For more than a year, Oklahomans have worked under various governor's orders designed to slow the spread of the potentially deadly disease, prioritize essential elements in the state economy and protect critical resources, the editorial says.
GENEVA (AP) — The World Health Organization gave emergency use authorization Friday to a COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by China's Sinopharm, potentially paving the way for millions of the doses to reach needy countries through a U.N.-backed program rolling out coronavirus vaccines.
Kate Ferdinand struggled to walk for six weeks after her caesarean section, which she says left her "traumatised" and suffering with "all-time high" anxiety.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Relentless winds and rain pummeled large swaths of the South on Tuesday, causing tornadoes, sparking a flash flood emergency in Alabama and damaging homes from Texas to Virginia. The storms prompted boat rescues, toppled trees and power lines and raised the threat of flash floods elsewhere in the region.
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Stitt said in a video message that his decision was based in part on Oklahoma's seven-day average of new cases going down 94% from its peak and now being among the lowest in the country, as well as on data that show COVID-related hospitalizations are down over 90%.
Mark Andregg, an orthodontist whose office was near 61st Street and Mingo Road, and two members of his family, along with another person, were killed.
It's a long, long time from ever happening, so we're not going to make any definitive statements at this point, but we are skeptical about the need for a new city public safety complex — especially if it's going to be moved out of downtown, the editorial says.
On the recommendation of local health experts, Tulsa officials are ready to let the city’s mask ordinance expire at the end of the month.
The order issued Friday temporarily prevents death-row inmate Shaun Bosse, who killed a woman and her two children in McClain County in 2010, from being transferred from state to federal custody while the court it considers new arguments from the state related to the fallout from the McGirt case.
"Our drive-through quite literally saved us," said Allison Dickens, owner of Ludger's Bavarian Cakery.
The American Rescue Plan Act extended through Sept. 6 the federal unemployment benefits of $300 per week, which are paid on top of state benefits.
Near the beginning of the pandemic, Gabriella Formenti, a doctor from a village in northern Italy, started feeling exhausted and had a high fever.
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"Can nothing be done?" said Tulsa resident Timothy Cowan.
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The instance of so-called swatting sent a large emergency response to the home of an unsuspecting victim.
The Owasso Fire and Police departments responded to several incidents amid the days-long winter weather event last week.
The breaks at the Early Childhood Education Center and Angus Valley Elementary School are the most concerning, the superintendent said. Both sites will be in distance learning at least through Monday.
The declaration authorizes federal assistance for mass care and sheltering efforts.
Southwest Power Pool announced the EEA is now at Level 2, saying homes and businesses throughout the region should conserve electricity, but no service interruptions are directed.