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Hospital Worker Runs 46 Miles To Award Colleagues In Fight Against COVID-19
On Wednesday, dozens of Tulsa area healthcare workers were recognized for their determination in the fight against COVID-19 in a unique way. If you'd like to donate your medals or request a medal for someone who has made a difference, visit this website here.
Red Cross Urgent Need For Blood Transportation Specialists
The Red Cross said it is in urgent need of Blood Transportation Specialists in Tulsa.
According to the Red Cross, as blood drives have increased to meet the growing need, they are seeing a shortage of drivers.
To learn more about the requirements to be a driver and how to volunteer, Click Here.
Cherokee Basket Weaver Shan Goshorn's New Gilcrease Museum Exhibit
On Friday the Gilcrease Museum will be opening the second phase an exhibit highlighting Cherokee basket weaver Shan Goshorn.
The exhibit will be highlighted with a free virtual panel and film screening on Saturday at 2 p.m.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, Click Here.
Nationwide Pet Food Recall
A pet food company with a plant in Oklahoma is expanding a nationwide recall.
The FDA said at least 70 pets have died and another 80 or more are sick because of mold in popular dog and cat food manufacturer "Midwestern Pet Foods."
The recall affects Sportmix, Pro Pac Originals, Splash, Sportstrail, and Nunn Better dry dog and cat foods
It includes those containing corn manufactured in the company's Oklahoma plant with an expiration date on-or-before July 9, 2022.
For more information on the products under recall, Click Here.
Oklahoma Attorney General Asks For Update On Fight Against Opioid Abuse
Oklahoma's Attorney General Mike Hunter is one of 48 Attorneys General who sent a letter asking the FDA for an update on the fight against opioid abuse.
The letter asks the Food and Drug Administration to provide a report on what actions it has taken to fight the opioid epidemic by next month.
To read the full letter, Click Here.
AARP Oklahoma Hosts COVID-19 Telephone Town Hall
AARP Oklahoma will host an informational meeting about COVID-19 on Wednesday.
They will answer questions about the latest developments with the pandemic as well as the vaccine roll out.
The meeting will take place via Telephone with healthcare professionals and it will also stream live on the "AARP Oklahoma" Facebook page.
The meeting will take place at 10 a.m.
City Of Tulsa 2020 Annual Report
The City of Tulsa has released its 2020 annual report.
To read the full report, Click Here.