STILLWATER — The College of Human Sciences’ Center for Family Resilience will host the 2014 Chautauqua titled “Living with Chronic Illness: He…
Eden Kelly doesn’t know she’s sick.
With a tradition of kicking off racing season for runners in Green Country, this 32nd annual event features a 5K, one-mile fun run and a race specifically for Special Olympians. Prizes will be awarded to the runners, participating schools will win prize money, and door prizes will be given. Other highlights include a costume contest, which also awards prizes.
Kayden Stephenson hadn't been home from the hospital 24 hours, and he was already dribbling a basketball and riding his long board.
A 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl who underwent a double-lung transplant amid a national debate over the organ allocation process received a second set of lungs after the first failed, and has now taken some breaths on her own, the girl's parents said Friday.
Doctors once told her parents she wouldn't live long enough to start kindergarten.
Here come some of Tulsa's New Leaders.
Kayden Stephenson, a sophomore student at Rejoice, isn’t letting cystic fibrosis hold him back from living his dream.
The Apple Gold Group, a franchisee of Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar, is proud to partner with Brady’s Battalion to hold a Flapjack Fun…
Country music icon Larry Gatlin isn't afraid of the end of the world. In fact, he's coming to Tulsa to celebrate with an "End of the World Party."
THE Sooner Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will offer a tasting of wine and beer from some of the finest wineries and breweries in the nation, as well as food from some of Tulsa's most popular restaurants when it holds its second annual Corks
Kegs benefit Nov. 2 at the Tulsa Convention Center.
A celebration of the life of Brian Michael Phillips will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 at Lifechurch.tv Owasso Campus. Burial…
The University of Tulsa's Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education will be the site of the Sooner Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's 15th annual Art in Architecture on Oct 4.
At 6:15 Wednesday evening Terry and Don Detrich were standing at the entrance to Holy Family Cathedral in downtown Tulsa greeting, usually hugging, almost every person who walked through the doors. And they most often were smiling. It was exactly what their daughter, Lo, would do and exactly what she would want.
Lauren “Lo” Chevalier Detrich, 28, of Tulsa, Oklahoma passed away Saturday morning while in the arms of her family. From June 30, 1984 until A…