Thursday, June 4, 2020
www.kfor.com BY KFOR-TV AND K. QUERRY   A food pantry at an Oklahoma university is already making a major impact on nearby families. Earlier this year, Langston University partnered with the Town of Langston City and the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma to create...
By Kimberly Marsh-McLeod kimberly@littlemarshpr.com   Family & Children’s Services Employee   Remonda Harris, Trainer and Behavioral Support Specialist Manager What’s your perception of the overall mood of your team? It is okay, but you can tell everyone is on edge due to the virus. 2. What...
By Joseph Goodwin Eagle Staff Writer       The fallout from a hateful, racist inspired Snapchat video, posted by an eighth grade Tulsa Public School student, which was then shared on school property, continues to have parents perplexed and upset by the lack...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr. Eagle Staff Writer fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net     McDonalds at the corner of Pine and Peoria has been a staple in the Tulsa north community for many years now. After a fire last February, it was closed for reconstruction. Only the...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Iyanla Vanzant, New York Times best-selling author, television and stage performer, and executive producer of the award-winning breakout reality series, Iyanla: Fix My Life on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, will receive the 2018 Sankofa Freedom Award,...
www.journalrecord.com By: Catherine Sweeney     OKLAHOMA CITY – After ranking second-to-last for several years, Oklahoma more than doubled its female representation in the Legislature. Nearly a third of all lawmakers will be women. And for the first time in state history, two caucus leaders will...
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...
 By Eagle Newswire       Mayor G. T. Bynum and the Mass Graves Investigation Public Oversight Committee will hold its first public meeting on Thursday, June 27, 5:30 p.m. at the 36th Street Event Center, 1125 E. 36th St. N., to discuss plans to...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire City Hall and other City facilities will be closed Monday, Dec. 24, and Tuesday, Dec. 25, for the Christmas holiday, and Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019, for...
By CJ Neal Eagle Photo/Journalist     After Emancipation, the Cherokee Nation granted its former slaves’ tribal citizenship as part of a treaty with the U.S. government in 1866. But in 2007, Cherokee members voted overwhelmingly to strip 2,800 Freedmen of their membership,...
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