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Mayor Bynum Issues Safer At Home Order For All Tulsans

Mayor G.T Bynum issued a Safer at Home Order for all Tulsans beginning Sat., March 28 at 11:59 p.m. through April 16.


By Press Release Desk, News Partner

Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  
Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  

Feds Warn About New Social Security Benefit Suspension Scam

‘If it looks suspicious, don’t respond’ - Inspector General issues statement following increase in scam letters nationwide.


By John R Harris, Patch Contributor

Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  
Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  

Group Urges State To Act On COVID-19 Corrections Threat

Social justice groups unite in call for urgent action to manage threat of serious COVID-19 outbreak in state’s Corrections facilities.


By John R Harris, Patch Contributor

Tulsa  |  News  |  
Tulsa  |  News  |  

Mayor Bynum Issues Safer At Home Order For All Tulsans

2020欧洲杯赛事 Mayor G.T Bynum issued a Safer at Home Order for all Tulsans beginning Sat., March 28 at 11:59 p.m. through April 16.


By Press Release Desk, News Partner

Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  
Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  

Feds Warn About New Social Security Benefit Suspension Scam

2020欧洲杯赛事 ‘If it looks suspicious, don’t respond’ - Inspector General issues statement following increase in scam letters nationwide.


By John R Harris, Patch Contributor

Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  
Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  

Government Shutdown: What’s Closed, What’s Open?

Housing, farm service, tax refunds and some national parks are affected. Military operations and postal service remain open.


By John R Harris, Patch Contributor

Tulsa  |  News  |  
Tulsa  |  News  |  

Tulsa: 5 Newest Homes To Hit The Market

2020欧洲杯赛事 Look inside the newest homes available now in the Tulsa area.


By Real Estate News, Patch Staff

Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  
Oklahoma City  |  Neighbor News  |  

Feds Warn About New Social Security Benefit Suspension Scam

‘If it looks suspicious, don’t respond’ - Inspector General issues statement following increase in scam letters nationwide.


By John R Harris, Patch Contributor

Tulsa  |  News  |  
Tulsa  |  News  |  

Mayor Bynum Issues Safer At Home Order For All Tulsans

2020欧洲杯赛事 Mayor G.T Bynum issued a Safer at Home Order for all Tulsans beginning Sat., March 28 at 11:59 p.m. through April 16.


By Press Release Desk, News Partner

Across Oklahoma  |  News  |  
Across Oklahoma  |  News  |  

Pack Of Wiener-Type Dogs Maul Oklahoma Woman To Death

A pack of seven dogs with legs shorter than an adult hand attacked an Oklahoma woman, inflicting injuries so severe she later died.


By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

Oklahoma City  |  News  |  
Oklahoma City  |  News  |  

‘I’ll Do Anything,’ Says Boy Who Wants To Be Adopted

“I want to be adopted because I get beat up in my group home,” says one of hundreds of Oklahoma kids waiting to be adopted.


By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

Across Oklahoma  |  News  |  
Across Oklahoma  |  News  |  

Oklahoma Gas Well Explodes; 5 Missing (Photos)

2020欧洲杯赛事 A gas well exploded in Quinton on Monday morning. Five workers are missing, officials say.


By Daniel Hampton, Patch Staff

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Woman Jumps From Christ Hospital Parking Tower: Police

An Evergreen Park woman has died after jumping from the parking tower at Advocate Christ Medical Center, police said.


By Lorraine Swanson, Patch Staff

Chicago  |  News  |  
Chicago  |  News  |  

Infant Dies Of Coronavirus As Illinois Death Toll Rises To 47

"There has never before been a death of COVID-19 associated with an infant," Illinois Department of Health Director Ngozi Ezike said.


By Lisa Marie Farver, Patch Staff

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Milford  |  News  |  

CT Coronavirus: Changes For Gun, Grocery, Retail Stores

2020欧洲杯赛事 Gov. Ned Lamont announced new restrictions for gun stores, social gatherings and more amid the Connecticut coronavirus pandemic.


By Brian McCready, Patch Staff

Moorestown  |  News  |  
Moorestown  |  News  |  

Gov. Murphy Announces NJ 'Stay-At-Home' Order Due To Coronavirus

WATCH: Gov. Phil Murphy ordered non-essential NJ retail businesses to close and he banned gatherings. Here are the latest updates.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

Boston  |  News  |  
Boston  |  News  |  

MA Stay-At-Home Advisory Issued, Nonessential Businesses To Close

Advisory will go into effect Tuesday at noon and remain until April 7. Public transportation, grocery stores and pharmacies to remain open.


By Mike Carraggi, Patch Staff

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Englewood-Englewood Cliffs  |  News  |  

NJ Coronavirus Updates: Here's What You Need To Know

Here are the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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Englewood-Englewood Cliffs  |  News  |  

NJ Coronavirus Updates: Here's What You Need To Know

2020欧洲杯赛事 Here are the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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Across Pennsylvania  |  News  |  

PA State Wine, Liquor Stores To Close Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

2020欧洲杯赛事 All Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties will close Tuesday 'until further notice.'


By Kara Seymour, Patch Staff

Moorestown  |  News  |  
Moorestown  |  News  |  

Gov. Murphy Announces NJ 'Stay-At-Home' Order Due To Coronavirus

2020欧洲杯赛事 WATCH: Gov. Phil Murphy ordered non-essential NJ retail businesses to close and he banned gatherings. Here are the latest updates.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

New York City  |  News  |  
New York City  |  News  |  

Live Cam Of April The Giraffe, Baby Calf Goes Dark: Watch An Adorable Replay

Here's video of April the giraffe and her new calf bonding at the Animal Adventure Park in upstate NY.


By Simone Wilson, Patch Staff

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Banning-Beaumont  |  News  |  

Drink Any of These Calif. Wines? They Contain Poisonous Arsenic, Class-Action Suit Alleges

Suit alleges winemakers knowingly sell arsenic-contaminated wines such as Menage a Trois, Sutter Home, Wine Cube, Charles Shaw, and Beringer


By Renee Schiavone, Patch Staff

Alameda  |  Neighbor News  |  
Alameda  |  Neighbor News  |  

Please Don't Help My Kids

"I am not sitting here, 15 whole feet away from my kids, because I am too lazy to get up and help them climb the ladder. . ."


By Kate Bassford Baker, Patch Contributor

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