Tulsa World: Survey finds most Tulsans like city

By P.J. Lassek & Brian Barber Tulsa World staff writers Tulsans think their city is a great place to live and overwhelmingly support private development...

Oklahoma Gazette: Most OKC voters would punt the idea of luring another major sports...

Story by Clifton Adcock A recent survey shows that a majority of Oklahoma City voters oppose the Lingerie Football League franchise coming to the city,...

Oklahoma Gazette: Residents are generally pleased with the direction Oklahoma City is taking

  By: Clifton Adcock An overwhelming majority of Oklahoma City’s likely voters believe the municipality is on the right track and has done a good job...

Oklahoma Gazette: OKC residents give Mayor Mick Cornett a strong approval rating in an...

  by Clifton Adcock A recent poll shows a majority of Oklahoma City registered voters surveyed approve of Mayor Mick Cornett’s job performance. A majority of...

Oklahoma Gazette: Penny for your thoughts

  by Clifton Adcock Public opinion is split about the location for the new convention center, the most expensive MAPS 3 project, although proximity to Bricktown...

Tulsa World: City panel backs once-a-week trash service

Tulsa should move to a once-a-week, volume-based trash service with city-provided, roll-away carts, the Mayor's Task Force on Refuse and Recycling has recommended. Recycling collection...

Poll: Most Tulsans happy with trash service

Tulsans are happy with their trash service, but they don't want to pay more for it, a new poll shows. The Mayor's Task Force on...

Fewer Physicians Participate in Medicare

Oklahoma City - 75-year-old Frank Archey gets good advice on his golf game from his grandsons. But when it comes to his healthcare, he...

Bankers encouraged about state’s economy for 2007.

Increased gambling, payday lenders top list of adverse economic factors OKLAHOMA CITY – Optimistic describes what most Oklahoma bankers feel about the state’s economic condition...

Tulsans split on tree cutting

By TOM DROEGE World Staff Writer Residents are divided on AEP-PSO's aggressive tree-trimming policy, an Oklahoma Poll finds.    Tulsans are split over the way  AEP-PSO...