Archive: 12/2/10: Thursday
Fellow Paramedics Deck the Halls for EagleMed Crash SurvivorIt's been four months since an EagleMed helicopter crashed, killing two and severely injuring a third person. Now, those that helped save paramedic Mike Eccard are decking his home with Christmas lights since his injuries prevent him from putting lights up.
Trendy Third Restoring Business District, CommunityThey refer to themselves as the Trendy Third, a group of up and coming businesses on 23rd Street in Oklahoma City. Not only are they trying to restore the business district and build community, but it's women who are the driving force behind the movement.
California Philanthropist, Inventor Kanbar Committed To Revitalizing Downtown TulsaCalifornia philanthropist and inventor Maurice Kanbar invested more than $100 million in downtown Tulsa the mid-2000's. In an interview with the News On 6, he talked publicly for the first time about his investment.
Tulsa Company Plans Downtown Development In 'Deco District'
Physician Assistant Graduates To Help Change Medical Care In OklahomaThe OU School of Community Medicine is reaching a milestone this week as it graduates its first class of Physician Assistants. The 20 men and women are part of a growing industry that, school officials say, could go a long way to helping the underserved in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Coal Mine Operator In LeFlore County Agrees To Pay FinesThe U.S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration says it has reached a settlement agreement with an Arkansas coal mining company in the 2007 death of an employee at its Rock Island Mine in Le Flore County, Oklahoma.
U.S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration