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Past articles by Mason:

Tulsa lawyer weighs in on legality of vaccine mandate

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt spoke out again Thursday, condemning President Joe Biden’s plan for a vaccine mandate of large U.S. companies. → Read More

Recovery efforts begin in tornado-torn Coweta

The city of Coweta is left picking up the pieces nearly 24 hours after an EF-1 tornado tore through the area, late Sunday night. → Read More

Central High plays historic game at school's first home stadium

The Central High Braves played their homecoming game, Friday night, against the Mannford Pirates. This game was a home coming for more reasons than one. → Read More

Church organization in need of housing for Afghan refugees

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma welcomed its twenty-third Afghan refugee to Tulsa, Monday night. The organization is acclimating the Afghan families to Tulsa life, but they are running into some trouble finding suitable homes. → Read More

Volunteers cook hot meals for hundreds of Afghan refugees

Cooks spent several hours in the kitchen at Catholic Charities preparing meals for about 800 Afghan refugees, Thursday night. → Read More

Domestic violence deaths ongoing threat for Oklahoma women

The latest data from the FBI shows Oklahoma as the eight-ranked state for most women killed by men. The study shows 91 percent of women were killed by men they knew - in most cases a boyfriend or husband. → Read More

Legislators challenge grocery tax, aim to help food insecure families

Oklahoma is one of a handful of states to charge an extra fee at the grocery checkout. Legislators are hammering down a bill to get rid of the state's 4.5 percent grocery sales tax. → Read More

Afterschool program funds provide relief for Tulsa parents

The pandemic is a financial crisis for many Tulsa families. A Tulsa Public Schools collaborator is creating opportunity for kids while their parents focus on work. → Read More

Police search for gunman in convenience store armed robbery

Tulsa police are searching for a man who robbed and assaulted another man at a convenience store near 47th Place and Braden Avenue. → Read More

Federal vaccine requirement concerns construction contractors

President Joe Biden announced mandatory vaccines companies with 100 or more employees, last week. Green Country drivers could have to deal with potential fallout from the new requirement. → Read More

Green Country school districts in need of substitute teachers

Finding educators continues to be an uphill battle for school districts in and around Tulsa. The problem is now at a breaking point as schools start the second year of teaching through the pandemic. → Read More

Pediatrician fears winter COVID surge fueled by spread in schools

Medical experts said, Tuesday, the latest trend in coronavirus infections is promising. However, some pediatricians do not feel that way about their age group. → Read More

West Tulsa neighborhood fed up with construction project

In a year of unpredictability under COVID, there is one constant for one West Tulsa neighborhood...disruptive construction. → Read More

TPS teacher discusses mask expectation, start of new school year

Tulsa Public Schools teachers are now expected to wear masks inside and outside TPS buildings. The new guidelines are meant to help reduce 127 confirmed COVID cases among the district. → Read More

Tulsa native evacuates New Orleans home, awaits return after Ida

More than a million in Louisiana are still in the dark, Monday night, as many across the state begin to pick up the pieces left behind by Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Single mother struggles in recovery from COVID-19

Stephanie Porter of Tulsa is a single mother of three young boys. The sister of one of 2 News Oklahoma's own is clawing her way back after a fight for her life with COVID. → Read More

Several hours' wait time in hospital emergency room

Tulsa hospitals house the most COVID patients in Oklahoma, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health. More than 500 COVID patients create less bed space for other emergency patients. → Read More

Nursing homes fear staff security over federal vaccine mandate

A threat even more dangerous than COVID-19. That is what Oklahoma's nursing homes are afraid of after a new mandate from The White House. → Read More

Jenks students begin 2021-2022 school year, "less than half" wear masks

Thousands of students in the Tulsa area returned to the classroom for the first time since the spring, Sunday. Jenks students last school year in the classroom, but now they are not required to wear masks. → Read More

Green County biking community rallies around cyclist struck by drunk driver

19-year-old Hunter Taylor was left in the road on S Elm Place in Broken Arrow around 1 a.m. Tuesday morning. William Crase was arrested by Broken Arrow police officers, accused of drunkenly hitting Taylor with his vehicle. → Read More