State agriculture officials say there is evidence of Seven Oak Death Disease in Oklahoma. The disease affects oak trees and other plants and can make them appear to bleed. There is no current treatment for this disease. It was detected at Park Hill Plants, a nursery south of Tahlequah in Cherokee County. Work is underway to destroy infected trees and plants.
Fifty Tulsa Public School teachers are training on how to inform students on the 1921 Tulsa race massacre. The history of the event resulting in the deaths of many black people was not taught in schools. Teachers Tuesday got to ask questions about what happened back then and learn the importance of its historical impact in hopes of creating a better understanding within our community.
Tulsa police have not found any additional human remains after juveniles found a leg and part of a skull near Pine and Memorial on Monday. Police say they do not suspect foul play after a detective was assigned to the case Tuesday. The medical examiner's office is checking the bones as they attempt to determine when the person died.