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Past articles by Will:

Churches plan to offer resources to students if the teacher walkout happens on April 2

Many community groups, like churches, are getting ready to step up if the schools temporarily shut down. → Read More

Future teacher shares her outlook on Oklahoma education crisis, proposed walkout

College students are watching developments on the proposed teacher walkout closely. → Read More

Neighbors complain of seeing more homeless encampments along popular midtown trail

Neighbors are complaining that they're noticing more homeless encampments pop up along the Midland Valley Trail. → Read More

Educators, parents share their reactions to proposal for teachers to carry guns at school

Opinions differ greatly about the idea of letting more teachers carry guns on campuses in light of the school massacre in Parkland, Florida. → Read More

Survivor shares his story to shed light on the fact that men can be victims of sexual violence, too

In light of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, many women are feeling much more comfortable coming forward to share their experiences with sexual violence, but one survivor is sharing his story publicly to remind people that men can be victims, too. → Read More

First responders hold large procession to pay respects to fallen Muskogee K9 officer, Indie

Police brought back home the body of a fallen K9 officer and held a procession to honor him Tuesday. → Read More

Bartlesville mall loses another anchor store; J.C. Penney will close its location in May

J.C. Penney announced that it will close its location at the Washington Park Mall in Bartlesville. → Read More

Tulsa Zoo starts end-of-life care for its oldest animal, Gunda the elephant

The Tulsa Zoo is starting end-of-life care for its oldest animal, Gunda the elephant. → Read More

Woman, pets killed during house fire that started on New Year's Eve in Broken Arrow

Shelly Mayor died when a fire destroyed her daughter's house near 96th Street and County Line Road in Broken Arrow. → Read More

Tulsa protesters call for resignation of OU regent who compared homosexuality to pedophilia

Regent Kirk Humphreys, a former Oklahoma City mayor, is facing a growing amount of criticism for a comment he made comparing homosexuality to pedophilia. → Read More

Jenks teenager's nonprofit provides shoes to people all across the world & in Green Country

A high school senior hopes to inspire other young people through her own nonprofit, which combines her love of shoes with a passion for giving back. → Read More

Employees losing jobs after company decides to close two Delta Cafe restaurants in Tulsa

One waitress said she and the other workers came in Monday and learned that day that they'd be without jobs by Thursday. → Read More

Tulsa football coach wants to give away more than 1,000 coats to students throughout city

Colder weather will soon settle into Green Country, and a football coach would like to give away coats to 1,500 students for the winter. → Read More

Interest builds again in active shooter training offered by Washington County Sheriff's Office

The deadly mass shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas is once again making many in Green Country question their own safety. → Read More

Truck driver shortage nationwide leads to high demand for jobs in Green Country

If people are looking for jobs right now, then they can likely find plenty of openings at trucking companies across the U.S. and in Green Country. → Read More

Oklahoma Toffee Company takes a portion of its profits to buy supplies for teachers

The candy company that Anthony Archie started earlier this year wants to make a dollar and a difference. → Read More

Pastors mark their 30th year serving as official chaplains for the Tulsa State Fair

Walker Moore and Tom Branch have both served as chaplains at the fair for the past three decades, and their presence still surprises people. → Read More

Woman works to save the lives of dogs by running the only pet blood bank in Oklahoma

A critical need for blood exists for people's four-legged friends, so a woman is using her unusual nonprofit to make sure that their blood is never in short supply. → Read More

Claremore police step up patrols after several cars damaged during weekend streak of vandalism

Claremore police took at least six reports of damage Saturday and Sunday from people whose car windows were either smashed or shot out. → Read More

Green Country couple starts nonprofit to build tiny homes that will house homeless veterans

A couple set an ambitious goal two years ago to house homeless veterans, and this week the nonprofit they started took a major step toward realizing that dream. → Read More