The series will examine the 1921 Tulsa race riot, one of the largest mass killings in of black people in American history.
Authorities said their investigation shows the two women tried to force their way into a home, and the homeowner fired a gun through the door. This post Two Women Hurt by Homeowner in Possible Tulsa Break-In appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Tulsa World columnist Michael Overall makes the case for all-electronic tolling, and notes that the Oklahome Turnpine Authority (OTA) is testing a new AET system on the Creek Turnpike in Jenksin January. Overall writes, “… with the idea...Show More Summary
My Impromptus today is given over to a “Tulsa Journal.” The city’s newspaper is called “the Tulsa World.” “What a great name for a newspaper,” I say. When we lose newspapers, will we lose the names, or will they transfer over to websites and so on? The Sacramento Bee, the (New Orleans) Times-Picayune. Show More Summary
Not all heroes wear capes. Some of them wear badges and can save the lives of innocent babies without anyone knowing they’re there. When a 44-year-old man broke into the
Tulsa. Charlotte. Terence Crutcher. Keith Lamont Scott. These are national tragedies. It should not be a blow to anyone's pride to admit that this is shameful for every single American still lucky enough to draw breath. It should hurt our hearts as humans and as Americans. Show More Summary
Charlotte. Baton Rouge. Tulsa. Minneapolis. Los Angeles. Ferguson. The violence explodes on your television set. You seethe. “This is 2016 — not 1968. Does the U.S. now stand for ‘Under Siege?”’ you fume. Your anger is righteous. Racism is prevalent in the United States. And, […]
Former New York Jets defensive lineman Dennis Byrd, whose career was cut short because of a broken neck, was killed in a two-car, head-on crash in Oklahoma, according to the Tulsa World. Byrd was 50. The accident occurred near Byrd’s...Show More Summary
Former NY Jets star Dennis Byrd -- was paralyzed in a game, but learned to walk again -- has died in an Oklahoma car accident. The collision happened Saturday in Byrd's home state, outside Tulsa. According to cops, a Ford Explorer traveling in the…
Emeke Egbule returned a fumble 24 yards for a touchdown with 1:21 remaining for the Cougars.
The zebras didn't do this correctly. No. 13 Houston escaped Tulsa on Saturday, 38-31. The Cougars avoided a second loss in a row by stopping Tulsa on an ultra-close last play, where a Tulsa player glided near the goal line and failed, by a matter of inches, to get the ball across the plane for a game-tying touchdown. Show More Summary
Dennis Byrd, who authored an inspirational tale of walking again after being paralyzed during an NFL game, died Saturday in a car crash near Tulsa. The former Jets defensive end turned 50 earlier in the month. According to an Oklahoma Highway Police report (via Tulsa World), Byrd was killed when a 17-year-old driver veered into an oncoming […]
Dennis Byrd, a former NFL defensive lineman who recovered to walk again after breaking his neck in a game, died in an Oklahoma car accident today according to the Tulsa World. Read more...
Former NFL defensive lineman Dennis Byrd died at the age of 50 in a car crash in Oklahoma on Saturday. Per the Tulsa World, Byrd was involved in a two-car collision on Oklahoma 88 that killed him and sent two other people to the hospital...Show More Summary
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Retail | Tulsa, OK, USA Categories: Extra Stupid Technology Tags: Retail "We need to get a shorter ethernet cable so we can get faster internet." (Read more...) The post Polluting The Ether appeared first on Funny & Stupid Customer Stories - Not Always Right.
The shirts were embroidered with “TC” The Oklahoma City Thunder hosted the Memphis Grizzlies in Tulsa, Okla. Thursday for a preseason game. During warmups, OKC wore shirts embroidered with TC, the initials of Terence Crutcher, a manShow More Summary
Last month in Tulsa, Officer Betty Shelby shot and killed an unarmed black man named Terence Crutcher.
The family of the unarmed man shot by a Tulsa officer says a report finding PCP in his system is a "distraction" from the central issue in the case