On a Good Note
On A Good Note: OCPD Officers Help 3-Year-Old Boy Celebrate His Birthday
An Oklahoma City Police officer is being praised for helping a young boy celebrate his birthday. It all started with a phone call from the 3-year-old's parents, saying that the kiddo would love a visit from a police officer -- but it turned into something even more special!
On A Good Note: OCFD Gets 'Thank You' Cards From Michigan First-Graders
The Oklahoma City Fire Department got a special letter in the mail, and in it was a batch of thank you cards from first-graders in Grass Lake, Michigan. The students sent out these cards ahead of Fire Prevention Month in October.
On A Good Note: Midwest City School Program Teaches Leadership Skills, Changes Lives
A program at a Midwest City elementary school is teaching their students leadership skills at a young age. Each child is given a different job and applies for a different position, using tutoring to grow skills along the way.
On A Good Note: Lawn-Mowing Do-Gooder Adds Police To Quest
One man's quest to cut lawns and change lives has come to Oklahoma City, and now he's involving police. Rodney Smith Jr. has gotten national notoriety for mowing lawns for the elderly, disabled and for single parents -- all for free. Now he's bringing police into the mix, helping to build community relations between officers and citizens.
On A Good Note: Tulsa Police Officer Writes Book On Leadership
A Tulsa Police officer hopes his new book can help others develop leadership skills. Major Travis Yates wrote "The Courageous Police Leader: A Survival Guide For Combatting Chaos, Cowards and Lies" and it profiles Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton.