The country’s second-largest nursing organization says 45% of its members have experienced PPE shortages at their facilities.
A thinly attended rally, a damning White House memoir, and a U.S. attorney who wouldn't quit. Plus, a raging pandemic and terrible poll numbers.
Letting him use Tulsa "is not only insensitive to the history of Tulsa but also plays directly into what his campaign is hoping for,” says the petition to Mayor G.T. Bynum.
The Golden Driller is Oklahoma's state monument and represents an oil worker. Now, it's a 75-foot-tall idol representing Elon Musk.
Archaeological researchers have uncovered a possible mass grave in Oaklawn Cemetery, Tulsa’s oldest graveyard. It could finally reveal how many people were killed in the infamous 1921 attack on Greenwood, Oklahoma’s Black Wall Street.
Officer Betty Shelby says her class is all about helping other cops who are "victimized by anti-police groups and tried in the court of public opinion."
Three schools are ditching the names of Christopher Columbus, Robert E. Lee, and slave owner Jean-Pierre Chouteau.
Usage logs obtained by Muckrock show departments are cracking phones hundreds of times a year.
Bookie’s Bar and Grille co-owner Mark Jerant took to Facebook to offer up inflammatory views about the police killing of an unarmed black man named Terence Crutcher.
Officer Betty Shelby has been charged with first-degree manslaughter for an incident that sparked nationwide outrage when video of it was made public.
Tulsa’s police chief felt he “had no choice” but to release the footage, while Charlotte’s says he’s still waiting “for a compelling reason.”