On Sept. 16, 2016, Terence Crutcher, 40, was fatally shot by a Tulsa police officer responding to reports of an abandoned vehicle in the road. Video footage from a police helicopter and police car shows Crutcher walking toward a vehicle with his hands raised before being Tasered and shot. 

Here is a collection of all of the Tulsa World coverage of the incident. 

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This is a public facility. The people of Tulsa County bought it and paid for its renovation with tax money. When the Jazz Hall of Fame management screws up, it degrades the value of a pubic asset. The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame is a beautiful facility with an important mission, and it ought to be a showcase. Is it too much to expect that it be managed so that it isn't a public embarrassment?

Chief Chuck Jordan told the Tulsa World on Wednesday that the Police Department isn’t doing anything different. He noted the zero fatal police shootings in 2015, saying officers are policing the same way and reacting to what people are doing — threats to officers and citizens.

Tulsa police talk use-of-force, training after department records 7 fatal shootings in 2016

De-escalation skills are woven throughout Tulsa Police academy training curriculum

Since 2012, the African-American arrest rate by Tulsa Police officers was more than two times that of non-black people, a Tulsa World analysis of data provided by the department indicates. Black people comprise 15 percent of the Tulsa population.

VIDEO: Black people arrested about twice as much as other races, analysis of Tulsa Police data shows

"I've always had respect for Mr. Lewis," Chief Chuck Jordan said after meeting with We the People Oklahoma leader Marq Lewis. "He's always advocated nonviolence. He's always trying to move forward and make things happen to better our community, and I'll always respect that."

VIDEO: Marq Lewis of "We the People" Meets with Tulsa's Chief of Police, Chuck Jordan

Attorneys for the family of a man who was fatally shot by a Tulsa police officer spoke to reporters Tuesday about what they said is misinformation coming from a police narrative of the incident Friday.

Graphic video: Tulsa police footage from fatal shooting of unarmed Terence Crutcher

Justice will be achieved in Terence Crutcher shooting, Tulsa police chief assures community

Photo Gallery: Community gather under Protest and Remembrance of Terence Crutcher