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Jobs program aims to employ panhandlers and homeless

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Ben Morrison and his friend Tenesha Beasley were cold and hungry and homeless recently, so they stopped by In the Spirit Christian Church hoping to find a welcoming space and a warm meal. What they got was a chance meeting with...

 

Opening of north Tulsa's new Lacy Park swimming pool delayed

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Tulsans planning to take a dip in the new Lacy Park swimming pool this summer will have to wait another year. Park and Recreation Board members were informed recently that the concrete pool was built at the wrong elevation and...

 

Demolition work commences at Drillers Stadium

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Work has begun on the demolition of Drillers Stadium. Mark Andrus, president and CEO of Expo Square, said recently that plans also call for removing the old Tulsa County Health Department building next door to the stadium. Work...

 

Demolition work commences at Drillers Stadium

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Work has begun on the demolition of Drillers Stadium. Mark Andrus, president and CEO of Expo Square, said recently that plans also call for removing the old Tulsa County Health Department building next door to the stadium. Work...

 

Tulsa's transit system receives game-changing construction

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — City leaders gathered at Centennial Park recently to break ground on Tulsa's new Aero Bus Rapid Transit system. The ceremony marked the end of years of planning and the beginning of months of construction that will culminate in...

 

Amazon fulfillment center project underway in Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — David Charney recently went out to the Amazon fulfillment center site for the first time since he sold the land on which the massive facility will be built. Bulldozers were digging into the ground, etching swaths of dark brown...

 

Oklahoma program allows panhandlers to work for money

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Tulsa's A Better Way program began operating March 9, but before it did, city officials wanted to make one thing absolutely clear: the day-labor initiative isn't just for panhandlers. It's for you, too. "The term 'A Better...

 

Oklahoma looks to build tech-savvy city

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — It's the city that wasn't. It was named Day 1, Oklahoma, and for a small group of innovative, tech-savvy Oklahomans, it seemed like the perfect place for Amazon to build its second headquarters. So that's what Tulsan Scott...

 

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