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Past articles by Sierra:

Hospice volunteers are needed for far northeastern Oklahoma

A Green Country hospice is putting an urgent call out for volunteers. → Read More

Catalytic converter thieves target 2 Green Country school districts, 1 church

Crime is causing a setback for two school districts in Green Country. → Read More

COVID cases put pressure on Tulsa area hospitals, wait times alarm some patients

With the COVID surge, Tulsa area hospitals are overloaded while also tending to non-COVID needs → Read More

Healthier OK Coalition continues virtual series with poll on state's COVID vaccine stance

Six of Oklahoma's top health care professionals will host another virtual meeting today at noon for members of the press. → Read More

Burned & burglarized: help needed for disabled residents of Eagle's Nest Apartments

It has been a rough couple of weeks for residents of a Broken Arrow apartment complex for the disabled. → Read More

HVAC techs navigate busy season with shortages, here's how you can help

The hot weather always means HVAC technicians will be busy, but this year the pandemic has added new challenges. → Read More

OK Healthier Coalition wants emergency order, warns hospitals will soon fill if trends continue

During a virtual meeting Tuesday afternoon, doctors who make up the Healthier Oklahoma Coalition mentioned they are seeing a high number of COVID cases in northeast Oklahoma. → Read More

Tahlequah police chief talks breakthrough case, health leaders wish for another vaccine rush

Some health officials say the need to administer COVID vaccines is spreading as fast as the virus. → Read More

South Tulsa's hustle & bustle of street projects catches city councilors' attention

There are seven ongoing street projects in south Tulsa and two more scheduled for later this year. → Read More

'Not enough testing': OU chief COVID officer suspects thousands of infections go unreported

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Oklahoma is a top 10 state for coronavirus cases. It ranks ninth on the CDC’s data tracker, just behind Iowa and Arkansas. Tulsa county has the highest number of new cases in the state. The two counties with the highest daily case rates are Ottawa and Craig. Over the past week, Tulsa County has gained the most positive cases with a total of 1,120, followed by Oklahoma… → Read More

Back to school amid Delta spike: some Green Country districts have plans set, others don't

The latest COVID-19 threat from the delta variant is forcing some school districts to stall on back-to-school plans. → Read More

Perry's closing after 81 years

Perry's Food Store on Lewis Ave is set to close next month. → Read More

OSBI leaders address the slow crackdown on rape kit testing

Top leaders of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation released details on the status of rape kit testing and described what resources they have and do not have in addressing the backlog. → Read More

OSBI schedules rape kit testing news conference as agency catches up on thousands of untested kits

As the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation prepares to provide an update tomorrow on the status of testing for sexual assault kits, new state reforms have been implemented to help with the crisis. → Read More

Tulsa DA describes interrupted McGirt forum as 'successful', hopes to have another

A forum dedicated to answering questions for crime victims about the McGirt ruling sparked a protest and ended early. → Read More

Veterans + homelessness — Oklahoma nonprofits address root of the problem

The need for help by homeless veterans keeps growing and it is met with more government funding. → Read More

Free Tulsa advance Child Tax Credit event for those eligible

The Tulsa Financial Empowerment Center and Goodwill VITA are offering free tax preparation for families eligible to receive the advance Child Tax Credit. → Read More

As COVID-19 cases rise, OSDH experiences 'difficulty' in variant testing

Healthcare providers in the Tulsa area report seeing more COVID cases and hospitalizations and are concerned about the upward trend. → Read More

Remembering Dr. Eric Jayne: Tulsa Humane Society veterinarian killed in crash

The medical director of Tulsa’s Humane Society was killed in a Friday morning car crash. → Read More

Coping with PTSD & Independence Day booms

A common complaint made during this time of year by veterans and first responders has to do with fireworks. → Read More