www.fbcnt.org     The historical First Baptist Church North Tulsa, located at 1414 North Greenwood Avenue, Tulsa OK, celebrates its 119th Anniversary on Sunday, November 18th, 2018.  The theme for the Anniversary taken from Psalms 23:1 -6 is “All I Need is...
www.al.com By Matt Zenitz | mzenitz@al.com     It was Josh Jacobs versus one of Mississippi State’s best players, a one-on-one showdown along the sideline and just in front of the end zone. Jacobs didn’t step out of bounds. He didn’t juke. And he didn’t slow down. Alabama’s...
By  Dylan Goforth www.readfrontier.org     Vanessa Hall-Harper, Tulsa’s lone black city councilor, told The Frontier that comments made by District 3 interim councilor Karen O’Brien on Wednesday defending the legacy of Tate Brady were “white privilege in action.” O’Brien, who replaced the late David...
By Joseph Goodwin Eagle Staff Writer     On Monday, October 12, a Tulsa Public School teacher was alleged to have used racial slurs in front of students, following an incident were derogatory words were said in a video viewed by numerous students...
By Eagle Newswire     This is the second annual Tyler Lockett’s Light It Up Foundation Thanksgiving event. The mission of the Light It Up Foundation is to serve underprivileged youth and families in need in the Tulsa and Seattle communities.  The...
By Margaret McClam Hicks Eagle Staff Writer     District Judge Sharon Holmes retained her seat for District 14, Office 3, by capturing 78.12 percent of the 8001 votes casted. State Representative Regina Goodwin stated, “The re-election of the capable Judge Holmes was...
By Charles Ely www.ktul.com   Oklahoma teachers don't feel defeated, despite the loss of the candidate they backed in the governor's race. That's because 16 teachers were elected to the state legislature Tuesday night. In the last session, there were just nine of...
By Kim Baker Eagle Guest Writer   A record number of voters turned out for the 2018 Oklahoma gubernatorial race. Endorsed by Pres. Trump, Republican Kevin Stitt defeated Democrat Drew Edmonson to win the governor's race. Stitt had 54.3 percent of the...
Editorial       It's been a little over two years since the tragic killing of Terence Crutcher and the Crutcher family is still going strong in their pursuit of justice, police reform and a more equitable community in Tulsa, Oklahoma. What we know...
www.newsone.com       As polls opened up on Tuesday morning, voting advocates were likely both excited and fearful for what the 2018 Midterm elections could bring. But from Customs and Border Protection agents being scheduled to conduct a crowd control exercise in Texas to...