A judge denied a former Georgia police officer’s request for immunity from prosecution in the fatal shooting of a fleeing, unarmed man after reviewing body camera video in which the officer states: “He started taking off, so I fired.”
Authorities are trying to locate the body of a man who climbed over a safety barrier at the Grand Canyon Skywalk and apparently jumped to his death.
A black student was dragged by a racist 78-year-old white male school bus driver in Davis County, Utah, and it wasn’t an accident.
The Met Cares Foundation, located in North Tulsa, will host a 5K and Fun Run on Saturday, November 2, 2019, for Greenwood Leadership Academy.
Guthrie Green’s third annual Soul Fest has been relocated to the Cox Business Center’s Exhibit Hall C, this Saturday, September 28th, 7-10 pm due to rain in the weekend’s forecast.
Senate Pro Tem Greg Treat commends governor’s move to increase oversight of state agencies’ pursuit of federal money
Governor’s Office “requires state agencies, boards or commissions to first submit any grant application for review to the office of the Governor and for approval by the Secretary of Budget before the agency’s final submission to the funding source.”
Eleanor’s Bookshop will carry books that are inclusive and open children’s eyes to other perspectives.