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TULSA, OK -- Hope is blooming for cancer patients in Tulsa.
Thursday kicked off the American Cancer Society's Daffodil Days.
Flowers were delivered to some patients at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America as part of the first step in the annual fundraiser.
"The daffodil is the first flower of spring, so it's supposed to represent hope for a cancer-free world," said Marqaux Dill of the American Cancer Society.
Friday is the last day to reserve a daffodil bouquet. They will be delivered the first week of March. To order, call 477-5411.
McAlester school officials say all students, faculty and staff have returned to the building after a small electrical fire Wednesday morning.
Police said on January 6, 2018, a man walked into the Sassy’s in the 1600 block of South Memorial Drive, pulled a gun and demanded money.