www.newsone.com By Bruce C.T. Wright   Netflix's "Tiger King" might mark the first time in modern history when a lack of racial diversity on a TV show was readily welcomed by Black people.   https://youtu.be/acTdxsoa428   For all the talk surrounding “Tiger King,” Netflix‘s wild new...
By Eagle Newswire   In response to accelerated community needs, the Tulsa Dream Center, in partnership with Food on the Move Ok, GoFresh, and the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, will be hosting its 2nd grocery give away during the...
www.ktul.com By: Sierra Pizarro   While the world is in the midst of an outbreak which has people sick, quarantining, and being laid-off, some are now discovering they cannot afford rent. With all the changes the virus is causing, one of them includes evictions....
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.businessinsider.com By Graham Rapier     Regular mail service could be shut down as early as June, two US representatives said, and the effects could be disastrous. Critical supplies — like the more than 1 billion shipments of prescription drugs delivered by the Postal...
www.rollingout.com By ROLLING   As the world continues to stay indoors due to the spread of the Coronavirus, streaming platforms are booming. In addition to new content on Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video, older projects are getting new streams. The growing list, originally...
www.fox23.com By: Preston Jones   Tulsa Public Schools superintendent Dr. Deborah Gist posted videos on Facebook early Monday morning to address teachers, staff, and high school seniors. Gist says there’s nothing official right now -- but she doesn’t students will come back to classrooms...
By Matt Trotter Public Radio Tulsa   Tulsa leaders took surrounding communities to task over delayed action to lessen the spread of COVID-19 cases during a news conference Thursday. Mayor G.T. Bynum said he understands it can be a difficult decision to shut...
By Eagle Newswire ..   Food On The Move is partnering with Tulsa Dream Center and giving out boxes of groceries to those in the community to help out with food during this unprecedented time on Friday, March 20 from 9 a.m. to 1:30...
www.kfor.com By Hicham Raache   The Tulsa Health Department announced that the first person to test positive for coronavirus in Oklahoma has recovered. Gov. Kevin Stitt announced the first confirmed case of coronavirus in Tulsa County last week. That person was described as...