Samson Tamijani, 2 Works for You

Samson Tamijani

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Tulsa, OK, United States

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Past articles by Samson:

Problem Solvers: Tulsa single mom charged $1100 water bill

Problem Solvers: Tulsa single mom charged $1100 water bill. We reached out to the City of Tulsa for answers. → Read More

Secretary: SQ 820 election smooth for officials in Tulsa County

Secretary: SQ 820 election smooth for officials in Tulsa County. The help of some 200 staffers working in the rain ensured all votes are counted. → Read More

TPS further delays board member vote, opens applications

Interested new candidates for the vacant TPS board seat have until noon Wednesday to apply, and interviews begin on Thursday. → Read More

Town in shock after mayor dies in fire

A house fire claimed the life of Osage Mayor Connie Reese and an elderly family member Wednesday morning. → Read More

Tulsans pack first open homelessness task force meeting

Both the public and city leaders agree the data is sufficient but action is now needed to combat the issues, with most speakers mentioning housing as the first step. → Read More

Neighbors at odds with City of Bixby over land purchase for golf course

Several members of the White Hawk neighborhood in the city’s west side took to Bixby City Council chambers Monday night to air grievances → Read More

Downtown nonprofit for startups boasts $860 million economic impact

36 Degrees North announced Friday that in just its first five years, its member companies generated $859.9 million in impact on the local economy. → Read More

Report: High racial youth disparity in legal system

Wednesday’s presentation came from a joint report by YST, the Dream Center, and the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University. → Read More

Anger after Walters orders removal of OK Educators Hall of Fame

Anger after Walters orders removal of OK Educators Hall of Fame. State Superintendent Ryan Walters ordered the removal the portraits highlighting the Oklahoma Educators Hall of Fame. → Read More

Transgender care restriction bill met with polarized reactions

Since passing in committee Wednesday, a bill aiming to ban gender transition procedures for minors in Oklahoma has divided many voices → Read More

Bipartisan bill would expand fentanyl testing access

Rep. Mickey Dollens, a Democrat, believes the Republican supermajority at the state capitol will adopt his bill, which allows people to carry fentanyl test strips without fear of arrest. → Read More

Oklahoma could approve nation's first state-funded religious charter school

Catholic leaders in the Sooner state say they’re one step closer to guaranteeing public funding for an online charter school. → Read More

OHCA: SoonerCare could end for thousands if not renewed in 2023

OHCA: SoonerCare could end for thousands if not renewed in 2023. If you have SoonerCare, you could receive a purple letter beginning this week. Up to 300,000 Oklahomans could receive the letter. → Read More

Potholes throughout Tulsa causing headaches

Potholes throughout Tulsa causing headaches. The City of Tulsa says it’s well aware of the conditions, made worse by the melting winter weather. → Read More

Poll workers involved in Tulsa Election Day mishap to avoid charges

Reports of 30-40 ballots mistakenly not given to voters at Precinct 77 threw the race between then-incumbent Mykey Arthrell and challenger Grant Miller into deep debate over its legitimacy. → Read More

OU-Murray State agreement latest in Oklahoma fight against nursing shortage

It’s the latest strategy to address Oklahoma's critical shortage of nurses. It's also an emphasis of state lawmakers. → Read More

Tulsans share what they want to see in the 2023 Legislative Session

Tulsans share what they want to see in the 2023 Legislative Session. Some issues to be debated and voted on stood out more than others to voters. → Read More

Oklahoma recreational marijuana vote only a month away

The voter registration deadline for the election to choose if marijuana legalization should be expanded to recreational use is February 10. → Read More

Burglar steals donations for homeless from brewery

Staff at Renaissance Brewing on Lewis Avenue find themselves the latest business in Tulsa’s midtown area to be burglarized → Read More

'Biggest road grant in OK history' given to Tulsa interchange project

More than 85 million dollars from what Pres. Biden’s administration calls a landmark bipartisan infrastructure bill is coming to Oklahoma. → Read More