Software engineering school, Holberton Tulsa, partnered with nonprofit Urban Coders Guild to organize a 12-hour “hackathon” on Monday.
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The Owasso 6th Grade Media Center unveiled a book vending machine as a fun way to get students involved in reading.
Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce is on the hunt for their newest Rooster Days Festival mascot.
Tulsa's John 3:16 Mission has a bakery for those experiencing homelessness, seeking jobs.
As Valentine’s Day commences, loved ones gather to celebrate the occasion.
Tulsa Police have identified the human remains found inside of a garage in west Tulsa on Thursday.
Local manufacturing company, Webco topped off their star center office in Sand Springs on Friday.
At the Tulsa SPCA, they have all those holding a grudge against an awful ex-partner an option to still celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Mayor G.T. Bynum announced on Thursday the city is getting its very own MONOPOLY: Tulsa Edition.
Magic City Books celebrated the launch of Tulsa native and well-known actor Tim Blake Nelson’s book, “City of Blows,” on Wednesday evening.