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Past articles by Jenna:

Tulsa City Council passes race massacre resolution

Tulsa City council is apologizing for the Tulsa Race Massacre. The apology is part of a resolution unanimously passed by the council Wednesday night. 2 News reporter Katie Keleher explains what’s in the resolution and what people are calling for next. → Read More

Rev. Jesse Jackson joins protest for reparations at City Hall

Rev. Jesse Jackson is participating in a protest Wednesday evening calling for reparations outside City Hall in Tulsa. → Read More

Tulsa police investigating after 2 shot outside Hillcrest Medical Center

Tulsa police are investigating after two people were shot outside Hillcrest Medical Center on Thursday evening. → Read More

Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial's 'Rise and Remember' commemoration canceled

The Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial's "Rise and Remember" commemoration has been canceled for Monday at ONEOK Field in downtown Tulsa. → Read More

Epic Youth Services and Epic Charter Schools agree to end contract

EYS is the private company that has provided support and services to Epic since its launch in 2011. → Read More

Downed tree causing problems in east Tulsa

Downed trees are always a hassle to deal with, especially the big ones. But for several people in east Tulsa, there was even a bigger hassle in getting the city to take care of a downed tree. → Read More

City of Tulsa announces closings for Memorial Day

The City of Tulsa announced the below closings for Memorial Day. → Read More

The Bob Dylan Center set to open in May 2022

The Bob Dylan Center announced it would open in the Tulsa Arts District on May 10, 2022. → Read More

Tulsa police search for suspect after teen shot in chest

The shooting happened at a mobile home park near North Mingo Road and East Pine Street. → Read More

Tulsa Health Department launches vaccine text message campaign

The Tulsa Health Department is launching a text message campaign to raise awareness about the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Owasso PD: Chase ends in crash near Collinsville, Okla.

OWASSO, Okla. — Owasso police are investigating after a police chase led to a crash Thursday afternoon near Collinsville, Okla. Police said a man stole $1,000 in power tools from Lowes and drove off. A police chase ensued near 96th St. North, but authorities said they terminated the pursuit because of high speeds. However, the suspect kept driving, eventually crashing into another vehicle. The… → Read More

OU lifts mask, social distancing restrictions

According to the university, masks are no longer be required on all three of OU’s campuses or at campus events for fully vaccinated individuals 12 years of age and older, with limited exceptions. → Read More

Authorities investigate deadly shooting in north Tulsa

Authorities are investigating a deadly shooting Monday night in north Tulsa, according to the Tulsa Police Department. → Read More

Tulsa Transit launches incentive to increase COVID-19 vaccine access

Effective immediately, THD officials said Tulsa Transit riders who receive a free COVID-19 vaccination at three local vaccine clinics would receive a free 10-ride pass. → Read More

Gov. Stitt announces $1,200 workforce incentive

The governor said all federal unemployment benefits will end June 26. → Read More

Gov. Stitt removed from the Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission

Gov. Kevin Stitt has officially been removed from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission. → Read More

GRDA: 2 people trapped after explosion at Kerr Dam

MAYES COUNTY, Okla. — According to the Grand River Dam Authority, rescue efforts are underway to save two people who are trapped after an explosion at Kerr Dam near Locust Grove, Okla. GRDA officials said two people are trapped, but one other person got out safely. The agency said the people trapped are not GRDA employees. They are contract workers from out of state. This is a developing story.… → Read More

Gov. Stitt, lawmakers reach state budget agreement

According to the governor's office, the agreement maintains all state core service funding, provides tax relief to individuals and businesses, and makes targeted new investments education, economic development, health care and infrastructure. → Read More

Tulsa Health Department to begin administering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to ages 12 and up

This comes after the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices authorized the use of the vaccine for this age group. → Read More

Two pilots OK after fiery helicopter crash near Oklahoma City

The Oklahoma City Fire Department said the pilots made it out of the helicopter, and no one else was on board, according to KOCO-TV. → Read More