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Tree disease discovered in Oklahoma

Tree disease discovered in Oklahoma

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.

TPS teachers train on race massacre information for students

TPS teachers train on race massacre information for students

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.

TPD: No foul play suspected in body parts find

TPD: No foul play suspected in body parts find

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.

The 2019 Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma  presented by Mattress Firm with Burnett Home Improvement is a FREE three-day event for all homeowners, taking place July 19-21. New this year we are at the Exchange Center at Expo Square. Make plans now to take the whole family to the 11th annual Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma.  Parking and admission are both FREE.   This FREE three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 150 exhibitors from throughout Green Country displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more. Don’t forget to register all weekend long for your chance to win $1,000!(no purchase necessary). See a complete list of rules here. Come and watch local horticultural expert Allan Storjohann broadcast his live weekly radio show from 9:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday, July 20th on NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG. Got Paper To Shred? New this year we will have American Document Shredding on site Saturday, July 21st ONLY from 10am - 1pm. Bring your documents to be shredded in our drive through recycle center that will be set up right outside the Exchange Center.  Additionally The M.e.t. will be on hand to collect both plastic bags and batteries. Can’t make our recycling event, don’t worry you can drop off your plastic bags anytime during the Home and Garden Expo. Just look for the recycling containers. Documents and batteries will only be collected during the shred event.  JULY 19-21, 2019The Exchange Center at Expo Square4145 East 21st StreetTulsa, OK 74112 SHOW HOURS:Friday, July 19th: 12pm-8pmSaturday, July 20th: 10am-8pmSunday, July 21st: 11am-5pmPlease note - pets and guns are not allowed at the Home and Garden Expo of Oklahoma.  Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days? Call Lisa Burkman at (918)523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@CoxInc.com.
The 2019 Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma  presented by Mattress Firm with Burnett Home Improvement is a FREE three-day event for all homeowners, taking place July 19-21. New this year we are at the Exchange Center at Expo Square. Make plans now to take the whole family to the 11th annual Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma.  Parking and admission are both FREE.   This FREE three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 150 exhibitors from throughout Green Country displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more. Don’t forget to register all weekend long for your chance to win $1,000!(no purchase necessary). See a complete list of rules here. Come and watch local horticultural expert Allan Storjohann broadcast his live weekly radio show from 9:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday, July 20th on NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG. Got Paper To Shred? New this year we will have American Document Shredding on site Saturday, July 21st ONLY from 10am - 1pm. Bring your documents to be shredded in our drive through recycle center that will be set up right outside the Exchange Center.  Additionally The M.e.t. will be on hand to collect both plastic bags and batteries. Can’t make our recycling event, don’t worry you can drop off your plastic bags anytime during the Home and Garden Expo. Just look for the recycling containers. Documents and batteries will only be collected during the shred event.  JULY 19-21, 2019The Exchange Center at Expo Square4145 East 21st StreetTulsa, OK 74112 SHOW HOURS:Friday, July 19th: 12pm-8pmSaturday, July 20th: 10am-8pmSunday, July 21st: 11am-5pmPlease note - pets and guns are not allowed at the Home and Garden Expo of Oklahoma.  Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days? Call Lisa Burkman at (918)523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@CoxInc.com.
The 2019 Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma  presented by Mattress Firm with Burnett Home Improvement is a FREE three-day event for all homeowners, taking place July 19-21. New this year we are at the Exchange Center at Expo Square. Make plans now to take the whole family to the 11th annual Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma.  Parking and admission are both FREE.   This FREE three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 150 exhibitors from throughout Green Country displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more. Don’t forget to register all weekend long for your chance to win $1,000!(no purchase necessary). See a complete list of rules here. Come and watch local horticultural expert Allan Storjohann broadcast his live weekly radio show from 9:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday, July 20th on NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG. Got Paper To Shred? New this year we will have American Document Shredding on site Saturday, July 21st ONLY from 10am - 1pm. Bring your documents to be shredded in our drive through recycle center that will be set up right outside the Exchange Center.  Additionally The M.e.t. will be on hand to collect both plastic bags and batteries. Can’t make our recycling event, don’t worry you can drop off your plastic bags anytime during the Home and Garden Expo. Just look for the recycling containers. Documents and batteries will only be collected during the shred event.  JULY 19-21, 2019The Exchange Center at Expo Square4145 East 21st StreetTulsa, OK 74112 SHOW HOURS:Friday, July 19th: 12pm-8pmSaturday, July 20th: 10am-8pmSunday, July 21st: 11am-5pmPlease note - pets and guns are not allowed at the Home and Garden Expo of Oklahoma.  Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days? Call Lisa Burkman at (918)523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@CoxInc.com.
The 2019 Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma  presented by Mattress Firm with Burnett Home Improvement is a FREE three-day event for all homeowners, taking place July 19-21. New this year we are at the Exchange Center at Expo Square. Make plans now to take the whole family to the 11th annual Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma.  Parking and admission are both FREE.   This FREE three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 150 exhibitors from throughout Green Country displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more. Don’t forget to register all weekend long for your chance to win $1,000!(no purchase necessary). See a complete list of rules here. Come and watch local horticultural expert Allan Storjohann broadcast his live weekly radio show from 9:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday, July 20th on NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG. Got Paper To Shred? New this year we will have American Document Shredding on site Saturday, July 21st ONLY from 10am - 1pm. Bring your documents to be shredded in our drive through recycle center that will be set up right outside the Exchange Center.  Additionally The M.e.t. will be on hand to collect both plastic bags and batteries. Can’t make our recycling event, don’t worry you can drop off your plastic bags anytime during the Home and Garden Expo. Just look for the recycling containers. Documents and batteries will only be collected during the shred event.  JULY 19-21, 2019The Exchange Center at Expo Square4145 East 21st StreetTulsa, OK 74112 SHOW HOURS:Friday, July 19th: 12pm-8pmSaturday, July 20th: 10am-8pmSunday, July 21st: 11am-5pmPlease note - pets and guns are not allowed at the Home and Garden Expo of Oklahoma.  Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days? Call Lisa Burkman at (918)523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@CoxInc.com.
I've seen a lot on Capitol Hill. I've never seen that. Next summer will mark forty years since I drew my first paycheck on Capitol Hill as a Page in the House of Representatives. Between working for the Congress, and then covering lawmakers as a reporter, I've seen lawmakers almost come to blows, watched Speakers angrily denounce their critics, seen lawmakers block the doors to the House floor to keep lawmakers from leaving, and all sorts of other legislative mischief. But I have never seen what happened on Tuesday, when Rep. Emmanuel Cleaver (D-MO) did what amounted to a 'gavel drop,' as he refused to read a parliamentary ruling against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and simply walked away. 'I abandon the Chair,' Cleaver said, after getting my attention by clearly not reading the script in front of him, and speaking in the first person from the Speaker's Chair. Maybe it's happened before in the almost 230 years that the House and Senate have been at work - but what Cleaver did on Tuesday was something that left my jaw on the floor. In his off-the-cuff remarks, Cleaver seemed to indicate that he had given a pass to Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI), who during debate on a resolution condemning President Trump, had denounced a group of minority women Democrats as 'anti-American.' When one Democrat rose to ask that Duffy's words be 'taken down' and scrubbed from the Record, Cleaver brushed off the complaint. And he evidently thought the same should have been done for Speaker Nancy Pelosi, when she referred to the President's 'racist tweets,' directly going against precedents of the House which clearly state that such speech is against the rules. In a statement, Cleaver said he was simply frustrated at what was going on before his eyes. 'I have spent my entire life working with people of all faiths and stripes in an effort solve real-world problems with concrete solutions, but never have we been this divided and this unwilling to listen to countering opinions or accept objective truths,' the Missouri Democrat said. 'However, a house divided against itself cannot stand, regardless of how strong the foundation,' Cleaver added. Some of my colleagues were just as surprised at the turn of events. The rules rebuke of Pelosi was historic as well - it was the first time a Speaker had words 'taken down' in 35 years, since a famous floor spat between Speaker Tip O'Neill, and future Speaker Newt Gingrich (though not many people at the time would have predicted Gingrich's ascension to that leadership post).