Santa needs help to ensure some Tulsa families can celebrate Christmas.
Lennys Grill & Subs, with locations in Tulsa and Broken Arrow, will partner with No Kid Hungry until Oct. 2, the company announced.
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Solar power will not be coming soon to the Tulsa International Airport passenger terminal because it’s not currently cost effective, Mayor G.T. Bynum was told at the September meeting of the Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust.
Lifting 25-ton steel coils more than 50 feet from a barge to the main wharf will go faster at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa with the replacement of 1,309 feet of wire rope for the 40-ton auxiliary hoist on the 200-ton overhead crane.
Correction: An earlier version of this story misspelled the name incorrectly listed the job title of mammal curator Jordan Piha. The story has been corrected.