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GoFundMe For Kai Ross' Family
An Oklahoma City basketball team for young boys and teens is mourning the loss of a player who died, according to police, when he attempted the TikTok ‘Black Out’ challenge.
Kai Ross, 12, died at OU Children's Hospital
His former team with Oklahoma Icons held a basketball game Tuesday to honor him.
The nonprofit has set up a GoFundMe page to help Ross’ family with funeral expenses.
GoFundMe For Good Samaritans Shot
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said Wednesday it has found more evidence connecting Lee King to a double shooting in Sequoyah County, and a carjacking in Oklahoma City.
Deputies found Derek Riggs, 39, and Jake Myers, 32 in critical condition with gunshot wounds to the torso and face, respectively.
Family members have started an online fundraiser for Riggs and Myers.
Passport Health Hosts COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic In Yukon
For more information on where you can sign up for the vaccine, click here.
How OKCPS Plans To Curb Risk Of COVID-19 This Fall
Oklahoma City Public Schools said face masks will not be required for students this fall, but the district will focus on contact tracing, testing and social distancing to the greatest extent possible.
To read the district’s full COVID-19 safety plan, click here.
To see how you can help get the statue of commander Evans installed at the War Memorial Park, CLICK HERE