Since its founding, Lawyers Fighting Hunger in Tulsa has distributed over 150,000 cans of food, 7175 turkeys, and over 20,000 pounds of ham.
The eighth annual Oysters & Ale event, benefiting Hospice of Green Country, will be held from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, April 4, at the Greenwood…
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The seventh annual Live Local, Give Local event gave 750 families a turkey and grocery bags stuffed with 30 food items, ranging from gravy and green beans to potatoes.
Three Tulsa attorneys, the Tulsa County Bar Association, and two lawyers practicing in Oklahoma City who graduated from the University of Tuls…
Hugh Robert, co-founder and chairman of Lawyers Fighting Hunger, said the donation - called Live Local, Give Local - is a good way to help Tulsa's homeless and working poor populations. More than 250 lawyers, doctors, businesses, churches and people, including several downtown locations, donated food, and Emergency Infant Services personnel were also on hand to hand out baby supplies.
Tulsa's first municipal "homeless court" docket will be called Friday, and about a dozen people ticketed for relatively minor offenses will go before a judge.
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Tulsa’s first municipal “homeless court” docket will be called Friday, and about a dozen people ticketed for relatively minor offenses will go…
A Thanksgiving turkey and pantry box will be given to designated families through the Lawyers Fighting Hunger program.
Opinions vary on the motivation for a special legislative session beginning Tuesday to revamp a lawsuit reform law that was found unconstitutional in June.
Iron Gate's annual fundraiser Cooking for a Cause brought out supporters who helped raise a record
170,000 in a year of record-breaking hunger.
Ronald Jones lost his job as a heavy machine operator a month ago and has been doing what he can to help his family get by.
Rep. Doug Cox, R-Grove and head of the House Public Health Committee, partially owns two homes that have been cited for health and safety violations.
Supporters of a measure that
would require nursing homes
to carry liability insurance are
calling on lawmakers to support legislation that they say
would better hold facilities responsible for patient care.
Three University of Tulsa students are paying $1,000 less in college costs than they had planned this year because TU students before them rai…
THREE University of Tulsa students' names inadvertently were
The young men and women at the Teen-Age Republicans
meetings know some great Bill Clinton jokes.