By Burt Mummolo KTUL Channel 8     You push your flower to the front, you’re ready to light it and consume," said Isaac Caviness. For many, Caviness became the face of the medical marijuana campaign through Green the Vote, and now, he's about to...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net     Wichita State came to play on Wednesday night. The Shockers started out fast and never looked back at the TU Golden Hurricane played catch up basketball all night long. Wichita State jumped out to a...
www.newsone.com  By D.L. Chandler Actor, director, writer, and diplomat Sidney Poitier has enjoyed an iconic career that spans the better part of 50 years. Poitier is the first Black person to win an Academy Award for Best Actor back in 1964 for his role...
www.chicagotribune.com By Rachel Siegel Washington Post   Vanessa Hall-Harper, a lifelong resident of this city's poorest area, has viewed the opening of dollar stores in recent years with trepidation. The stores were a reminder of the blight, she said, and they blocked grocers...
www.yahoo.com By Erin Jensen     Trevor Noah brought up recent developments into the investigation of January's attack on actor Jussie Smollett on his nightly program Monday. As of Sunday, Chicago police were pursuing "additional detective work" amid suspicion that the attack may have been faked. Two...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     Charlie Wilson is set to perform at River Spirit Casino’s concert venue, Paradise Cove. Some people might say that after notching ten No. 1 singles, 11 Grammy Award nominations, a New York Times best-selling memoir and ongoing sold-out,...
www.theplayerstribune.com By Muggsy Bogues     Before anybody called me Muggsy, my family called me Apple. I used to cut my hair real low and keep a shiny head, like a shiny apple. It was a term of endearment. I didn’t really think about it...
www.dailymail.co.uk By LUKE KENTON   John Salter Jr. was one of the three famous faces of the May 29 1963 protest He was doused in ketchup, mustard and sugar and attacked with brass knuckles The photograph became an iconic symbol of the...
Virginia Drama Increases By The Hour     The drama over racist uses of black face painting and alleged sexual assaults have turned the State government on its ear as calls for resignations are coming from every corner of the political spectrum....
By Fred L Jones, Jr. Eagle Staff Writer fjones@theoklahomaeagele.net     Native Tulsan Caroline Bennett is making her dreams come true as an Inspirational speaker, spoken word artist, entrepreneur, storyteller, singer and #FreeBlackGirlRising are a few words to describe this native of north Tulsa. Bennett...