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Past articles by Julie:

Two local men gift Broken Arrow with original Christmas musical

The story starts with a Christmas parade and follows a series of life-changing events. The cast is made up of locals. → Read More

Green Country pair named America's Longest Married Couple

2 News Oklahoma's Julie Chin is getting the secret to their long marriage next week for a Positively Oklahoma segment. → Read More

Jenks Public Schools superintendent speaks on what's new, next for district

Jenks Public Schools is rolling into the new school year by rolling out a new Freshman Academy for incoming students. → Read More

Kristin Chenoweth’s Broadway Bootcamp returns to Broken Arrow

Kristin Chenoweth's Broadway Bootcamp begins in just days at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center. → Read More

Local family finds hope, help at Salvation Army

TULSA, Okla. — When you drop money into a Salvation Army Red Kettle, you support those suffering in our community. Families like the Langdons. Zach, Torri, and their three-year-old twins faced homelessness, poverty, and addiction not so long ago. "About this time about two years ago, my wife and I were living in tents in the backyard over the west side. We were going through a really rough… → Read More

Red Kettle Campaign making sure hope marches on this holiday season

The Salvation Army is on a mission to raise $725,000 by Christmas Eve, and it's counting on Green Country to help. → Read More

Food 2 Families in critical need of donations

TULSA, Okla. — For 21 years, 2 News Oklahoma has been fighting Hunger in Green Country in our Food 2 Families Food Drive, benefitting the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. The event is one of our largest and longest-running 2 Cares for the Community events. Due to the pandemic, demand right now is high, and many of our neighbors are asking for help for the first time. Megan Quickle is the… → Read More

'Lights On' returns to Utica Square in Tulsa

A Tulsa tradition returns Thanksgiving night. The 54th Annual Utica Square Lights On is Thursday at 6:30 p.m. → Read More

Tulsa's $52 million Discovery Lab in final stretch to opening

The excitement is building for the new Tulsa Children's Museum Discovery Lab located at 31st and Riverside Drive. → Read More

Local Christian artist discusses her faith, her next album

Nichole Nordeman talks about faith, fame, and when fans might get that next album. → Read More

Special needs kids set to shine in Broken Arrow

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — A first and very special set of performances is preparing to hit the stage in Broken Arrow. Broken Arrow Public Schools and Clark Youth Theatre are partnering to bring the musical Seussical Kids to the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center. However, this production is unlike any around and what makes it so special are its stars. "Our special needs students are the artists.… → Read More

Female drummers unite worldwide in Tulsa

COVID-19 silenced an annual music event last year, but now Drummergirls United has its groove back and is holding a women’s drum clinic in Tulsa Saturday, October 9. → Read More

$52 million Children’s Museum Discovery Lab construction in Tulsa nearly complete

The final push is on to complete Tulsa's new $52 million Children's Museum Discovery Lab. → Read More

Disney On Ice returns to Tulsa State Fair

We are just days away from the opening of the Tulsa State Fair, and opening weekend also includes the return of Disney on Ice. → Read More

Final days to donate for ‘If You Give A Child A Book’ campaign

Over the past five years, 2 News Oklahoma and the Scripps Howard Foundation have put thousands of books in the hands of local children. → Read More

New school announced for “If You Give A Child A Book” campaign

If you give a child a book, you can take them to new places, plant seeds for future success, and help break the cycle of poverty. → Read More

Students look back on "If You Give a Child a Book" giveaway

The new school year marks a new chapter for Summer Currier and Hector Casillas. → Read More

COVID-19 causes critical need for "If You Give a Child a Book" campaign

With COVID-19 causing classroom disruptions over the past year and a half, getting books to children in need is more urgent than ever. → Read More

Jenks third-grader helps launch new clothing line

Like many Green Country kids, Sadie Obana is heading back to school with a big smile, sparkly shoes, and a shiny new backpack. → Read More

Madyson’s Miracles: Teen credits 2 miracles for recovery

The teen's recovery stunned doctors. → Read More