Megan Allison, 2 Works for You

Megan Allison

2 Works for You

Tulsa, OK, United States

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Past articles by Megan:

Tulsa County lawmaker looks to address "daycare desert" and childcare shortage

A childcare desert is an area where there are three times as many children as there are daycare slots. → Read More

Bond money used to renovate facilities across campus at Collinsville High School

An agriculture greenhouse and classrooms, a new performance space for band, and a virtual reality lab are just some of the buildings getting ready to open before school starts on Thursday. → Read More

Businesses use history to revitalize Greenwood District

What used to be an empty window space is now being used for a history lesson. → Read More

Tulsa Teacher Corps grows as Oklahoma hits new record for emergency certified teachers

Oklahoma approved 818 teachers for emergency certification in the month of June, compared to just under 400 at this time last year. → Read More

Pittsburg County family waiting for answers after mother was shot and suspect never charged

Laurie Everett's children describe her as a light in their lives, a woman who never met a stranger. → Read More

INCOG creates program giving North Tulsa elderly and disabled free rides to grocery stores

Getting to the grocery store isn't always easy for seniors living in North Tulsa. → Read More

Creek County residents, area officials dealing with brown water problems at homes

Staff with Creek County Rural Water District 7 said the problems started when a line was washed out in late May. → Read More

Rafting companies on Illinois River are struggling for business despite ideal conditions

The water levels on the Illinois River are only slightly above normal, but these last few weeks rafting companies are seeing only a third of their normal numbers. → Read More

Fort Gibson farmer starting over after losing $1M in crops to flood

With flood waters down, Darren Perry visited his corn field for the first time on Wednesday. → Read More

People across Fort Gibson return to their homes to evaluate flood damage

Shelly Burroughs went through the door by boat this weekend. → Read More

Public shelters are limited in counties across Oklahoma

As Oklahomans prepare for severe weather, many are trying to figure out the best place for shelter. → Read More

Tulsa Teacher Corps expands to address rising number of emergency certifications

Greg Bilbruck was an army infantry drill sergeant, and then a pastor. Now he's a 5th grade teacher at Gilcrease Elementary after going through Tulsa's first Teacher Corps last summer. → Read More

Multiple Tulsa intersections face flooding problems in the wake of storms

When it rains, people who commute through 43rd and Sheridan know to prepare for the worst. → Read More

Oklahoma child abuse advocates gather at capitol to push for funding

On Tuesday child advocates from across the state went door to door at the capitol to share staggering statistics. → Read More

2 arrested, accused of sexual abuse against children at Tulsa child care facility

Two men were arrested today, accused of sexual abuse against children at the Tiny Tots Learning Spot in Tulsa. → Read More

2 Works for You investigation finds health code violations at schools across Tulsa County

Every school in Tulsa County is inspected twice a year. → Read More

Governor Kevin Stitt announces budget plan for Oklahoma as 2019 legislative session begins

On Monday Governor Stitt announced his budget plan to make Oklahoma a top 10 state. → Read More

Gov. Kevin Stitt wants to make Oklahoma a top 10 state

Governor Kevin Stitt says he plans to hit the ground running, with the goal of making Oklahoma a top 10 state. → Read More

Security ramped up at Pretty Water Public School in Sapulpa after violent threat made

Security has been ramped up at a school in Sapulpa after a violent threat was made by an eighth-grade student on Friday. → Read More

Bartlesville Police searching for answers in mystery cold case of Doug Diaz

It was May 15, 2013. → Read More