Tulsa police officers shot a man Sunday morning following a pursuit in east Tulsa, about 12 hours after officers were involved in another shoo…
Staff Writer Harrison Grimwood
Harrison is an Arkansas transplant in Oklahoma who does his best to keep Tulsa World's readers up to date on breaking news from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m. Phone: 918-581-8369
City officials broke first ground Thursday for Tulsa Fire Department Station No. 33. It will sit at the corner of East 41st Street and South 134th East Avenue.
"Our perspective is, right now, virtual learning is the safest route possible," Tulsa Health Department Director Bruce Dart said. "That's our stance and that's our recommendation."
Greenwood District community members voiced their support Sunday for keeping the "Black Lives Matter" message on the street during a small gathering outside of the cultural center.
Of Oklahoma's 36,487 confirmed COVID-19 cases, about 80% are considered recovered, according to OSDH data published Friday. But researchers have discovered that more than a third of COVID-19 survivors "had not returned to their usual state of health" three weeks after testing positive.
Delays have reached seven to 10 days in some areas of the state, a doctor with OU Medicine says.
He reported Monday that he has returned to work about 12 days after testing positive for the new coronavirus.
The three-week plan will split the student body into two groups. Each half will take a one-week turn at instruction, with the first four days of the week at school and Friday in remote learning, and everyone will spend the third week in a virtual classroom to provide a built-in quarantine time.
Owners of Kai, 201 W. Fifth St., made the announcement on social media that they reopened July 23.
“The true meaning of the ADA is that people with disabilities are a part of a community and have a right to everything that community has to offer,” DRS Executive Director Melinda Fruendt said.