Business to Business in Oklahoma City, OK

After the speech, White House officials pushed the offer as a “common sense compromise,” while Democratic lawmakers doubled down on their rejection.

On day 29 of the partial government shutdown, President Donald Trump offered legislative relief for children who came to the country undocumented, while asking for the same $5.7 billion wall that provoked the impasse.

Finding the middle ground, it seems, is a lost art form that has been replaced by self-righteous, black and white, red and blue, right and wrong agendas.

Thursday, January 17th 2019, 10:41 PM CST
By: Amy Kauffman
Just weeks before the legislative session begins, some Green Country parents are joining their voices to fight for their children's education
They are forming a statewide coalition to help advocate for more education funding
Today several parent-teacher groups from across the state went to the capitol to announce that they were Creating the Oklahoma Parent Legislative…

There is fun and excitement during Oklahoma City Dodgers games. A lot of it is from the Dodgers’ Blue Crüe, an entertainment team.

A shopping center in northwest Oklahoma City is getting a new plasma center.

Larry Pickering considers himself a cheerleader for Oklahoma City and now he’s looking for someone to cheer with him in his new venture.

OCASCR names new scientific director
January 17, 2019
The Oklahoma Center for Adult Stem Cell Research (OCASCR) has named OMRF scientist Courtney Griffin, Ph.D., as its new scientific director
OCASCR was founded in 2010 by the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) to increase adult stem cell research in Oklahoma. Over the past eight years, OCASCR has funded research projects on diabetes, blindness, cancer and other…