camping-with-bonfire

Summer this year is “different” to say the least. Activities that we associate with the warmest season (concerts, baseball games, BBQs) have been off-limits due to COVID-19. Luckily, Oklahoma is allowing a favorite summertime activity that you can enjoy with your family. While campgrounds and lodges remain closed, the state’s Tourism & Recreation Department has…

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rocks glass of brown liquor on ice sitting on table next to car keys and pair of handcuffs

Every year, drinking and driving has a devastating impact on thousands of pedestrians, motorists, and cyclists. Tragically, a pedestrian in Tulsa was fatally injured over the weekend after being struck by a drunk driver. The pedestrian was crossing 35th Street and Peoria Avenue at the designated crosswalk area when he was struck by the motorist’s…

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x-ray of hip showing metal hip implant

Stryker Corp, a major manufacturer of artificial hip implants, announced on Monday, November 3rd,  that it has reached a settlement agreement with the thousands of patients that were harmed by their all-metal Rejuvenate and ABG II hip-replacement models. Stryker, a subsidiary of the DePuy division of Johnson & Johnson, originally recalled these models in July…

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Head Injury written on chalkboard with football and coaches whistle

Oklahoma and the city of Tulsa have always had a strong culture surrounding youth football. From local youth leagues to high school and college, football has been a staple of many Tulsa communities for generations. However, new concerns and studies related to concussions and serious brain injuries have created serious doubts in the minds of…

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