AP | Dec 04, 2018 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Transportation Commission has awarded a $105 million contract to expand the interchange between interstates 235 and 44 in Oklahoma City, which transportation officials say will help end bottlenecking on the ...Read More »
By: Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record | December 3, 2018 OKLAHOMA CITY – When lawmakers come back into legislative session, they’ll likely have another local control issue on their hands. Local control is a common phrase in any legislature. When it comes to jurisdiction, ...Read More »
Office of the President Pro Tempore-designate Senator Greg Treat Pro Tem-designate Greg Treat names chairs, vice chairs for Senate standing committees OKLAHOMA CITY – President Pro Tempore-designate Greg Treat on Friday named the chairs and vice chairs of the Senate ...Read More »
By: Journal Record Staff | November 29, 2018 OKLAHOMA CITY – State environmental officials announced on Thursday $3.1 million in funding to build electric vehicle charging stations. Requests for proposal will be accepted through March 1, 2019. The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality is seeking ...Read More »
Reese questioned about state’s IT policy By Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – The state’s top information technology official continued his testimony on Tuesday before a House investigative committee, where he got to respond to some of the criticisms ...Read More »
Corporation Commission wants less By Sarah Terry-Cobo The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Corporation Commission Chairwoman Dana Murphy said she is hopeful the Legislature is paying attention to the agency’s needs and requirements as the regulator asks for money. For about ...
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Experts: Transit authority must consider Uber, Google By Brian Brus The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – The regional transit authority taking shape in the metro area has an inherent advantage that provides flexibility against the uncertainty of autonomous vehicles ...
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Legislators waffle at chamber breakfast Top legislators were non-committal on Step Up plan By Catherine Sweeney The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Days before the legislative session is set to begin, four of the state’s top lawmakers shared their positions on ...Read More »
Aerospace manufacturer landing in OKC By Sarah Terry-Cobo The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma is getting its first original equipment aerospace manufacturing company. Kratos Defense and Security Solutions Inc. is expanding its operations from San Diego, California, to Oklahoma City. ...Read More »
Langston University to run MAPS wellness center By Brian Brus The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – The third senior wellness center funded by the MAPS 3 sales tax will differ from the first two by incorporating medical students from Langston ...Read More »