Listen Frontier: Code for America’s Jennifer Pahlka explains why Tulsa’s volunteer innovators are among the best in the country

Jennifer Pahlka, founder of Code for America, was in Tulsa on Friday to visit with officials from Code for Tulsa, the local "brigade" of volunteers working to help solve government problems and make residents' lives better. She also met with Mayor G.T. Bynum.
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Report: More handicapped-parking tickets issued since penalty increased in 2014, but percentage of people paying up is down

The city has now created four online interactive data platforms - known as dashboards - to share information about city services. The include dashboards on citywide outcomes, community policing, animal welfare and Municipal Court.
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Watch Frontier: Check out the updates to three major sections of A Gathering Place for Tulsa

There have been some major changes since our last visit in March. In this tour we take a look at the Wetland Gardens, the Williams Lodge, and the Chapman Foundations Adventure Playground.
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Future of Oklahoma teen pregnancy prevention programs uncertain after funding cut by Trump administration

The federal grants provide Oklahoma organizations about $3.8 million annually to implement evidence-based programs to reduce the state's teen birthrate. Nearly $8 million will be lost because of the cuts.
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State Bar Association declines to take up ethics complaint filed against Tulsa County DA

The complaint, filed by the Tulsa Fraternal Order of Police, was announced just days before the high-profile Betty Shelby trial was set to begin.
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