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News Article - 01.26.2010

As sales tax collections continue to decline, OKC braces for never-before-seen budget cuts

Until spending improves for the long term to boost sales tax collections, Oklahoma City departments will be cutting budgets at a level unlike any seen before. Read more
News Article - 11.13.2009

OKC officials address MAPS\' impact on public safety

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Flanked by the County\'s top prosecutor and a former fire chief, Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett addressed Nov. 12 the past impact that MAPS has had on public safety, and discussed a proposal to continue the City\'s long-standing tradition of supporting public safety by committing the use tax created by MAPS 3 to police and fire protection. Read more
Profiles - 01.26.2010

Director works toward putting herself out of work

As the new executive director of the Mary Abbott Children\'s House Child Abuse response center in Norman, Way is charged with helping abused and neglected children pick up the pieces after their worlds have been shattered. Read more
News Article - 09.15.2010

Crowe & Dunlevy\'s diverse practice areas ranked sixth best in nation by U.S. News Media Group

The firm\'s 37 first-tier practice areas were the most first-tier rankings for a firm in Oklahoma. Read more
News Article - 03.25.2010

Pre-Paid Legal Services convention to bring economic boost to OKC

The convention annually ranks as one of the largest events in Oklahoma City. Read more
News Article - 11.19.2009

OCU School of Law could move Downtown

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Oklahoma City University said Nov. 18 it is considering a plan to join the dynamic development downtown and move its law school into one of the city\'s historic buildings. Read more
News Article - 11.09.2010

Six inducted into Oklahoma Hall of Fame

Five state business leaders and one entertainer were among the 2010 inductees into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. Read more
News Article - 03.18.2010

Community Action Agency offering fixed 3 percent business stimulus loans

The interest rate is a fixed 3 percent, and loan amounts range from $5,000 to $100,000. Read more
News Article - 08.25.2010

State, tribes unclear who has what when it comes to water rights in Oklahoma

For the state and the tribes, the debate over water rights has been relatively friendly. If water becomes a scarcity, however, that may become a flowing issue. Read more
News Article - 03.23.2010

New technology, programs help disabled employees become more successful

Disabled people are becoming successful business people, thanks to governmental aid programs and technology that makes doing business easier for those who cannot see, hear, move or speak. Read more