www.blackamericaweb.com By WILL WEISSERT and BRIAN SLODYSKO Associated Press   Joe Biden swept to victory in Florida, Illinois and Arizona on Tuesday, increasingly pulling away with a Democratic presidential primary upended by the coronavirus and building pressure on Bernie Sanders to abandon his campaign. LIKE...
By Joseph Goodwin Eagle Staff Writer     Over time, intense heat and constant pressure will transform a lump of coal into a diamond that will shine brilliantly bright for eternity, and Tulsa north has yet again produced another fine diamond.  Cascia Hall sophomore...
By Margaret Hicks Staff Writer Residents in the community say the past fifteen years have been like a roller coaster. It started in 2002 when Albertson's began work on a store at Pine and Peoria. That store opened in 2005, but...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   KIDZ BIZZ Konference 2019: ‘Coming Home with A Purpose’ is a collaboration between community contributors to enlist the support of Booker T. Washington High School Alumni into community service opportunities during Homecoming weekend. Tulsa youth are targeted...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr. Eagle Staff Writer fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net     Keith Ewing is a young established Farmers Insurance agent, whose claim to success is door knocking, which is an art form of sales no longer prominent in the insurance industry. His progressive ideals...
www.dyermemorialchapel.com     Jacinto Shawn Davis was born to Shirley Marie Goudeau and Cedell Wright on November 17th, 1969 in Colorado Springs, CO. Shirley and Shawn moved back to Tulsa, OK where Shawn grew up, and he started playing football. Shawn’s love of...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijiNEBDxxyg&feature=youtu.be   The harmonic sounds of live brass instruments filled the room just as bodies packed the seats of the Refreshing Event Center in Oklahoma City Sunday afternoon. The Oklahoma Black Museum organized a concert of live sounds...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     The John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation (JHF Center) celebrates its 10th anniversary of the Dinner of Reconciliation on November 21, 2019. With the continuing theme from the 2019 national symposium, “Civic Engagement and Reconciliation: The...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   To minimize the impacts of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on park patrons, Tulsa County Parks is implementing closures expected to reinforce social distancing and reduce large public gatherings. Playgrounds and outdoor exercise equipment will be closed to the...
www.okpolicy.org     We spoke with Elizabeth Nichols, an attorney who has worked extensively with the emerging cannabis industry in Oklahoma and nearby states. With Oklahomans voting in just two weeks on State Question 788 to legalize medical cannabis, Nichols shared her...