The Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Ats & Culture Announces Tulsa County Film Recovery Program
The Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Ats & Culture announced the Tulsa County Film Recovery Program on Friday. Officials said the Tulsa County Film Recovery Program is available to production companies on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on the guidelines, click here. For information on applying, click here.
Greenwood Rising Groundbreaking
The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission is breaking ground on a new history center in Tulsa's Greenwood District, Friday.
The ceremony will focus on the history and future of the district before and after the Tulsa Race Massacre.
It starts ad 12 p.m. and will be streamed on Facebook.
Click here to watch.
COVID Worker Program
The City of Tulsa says it will host school support groups specifically for the children of essential city employees, like police and firefighters.
Tulsa officials says the goal is to keep those city workers on the job while their kids are learning.
Mayor G.T. Bynum says they’re now looking for adults who want to help out.
The positions pay $12 dollars an hour.
If you’re interested in applying you can call (918-596-7275).
OU Medicine Chief COVID-19 Officer Gives Update On Viral Pandemic In Oklahoma
Governor Stitt addressed concerns from the White House and you find information on the state's COVID-19 status on this coronavirus.health.ok.gov dashboard.
TU Researches Best Practices For Schools To Keep Students Healthy Indoors
The University of Tulsa Indoor Air Quality program has been researching for years how to improve air quality inside schools. For more information, you can visit the program’s website here.