Listen Frontier: Matt Carney talks about an app called ROOT

ROOT is an app — and soon-to-be website — packed with everything Tulsans and visitors alike could ever want to know about what's going on in the city.
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Listen Frontier: Tulsa Public Schools’ 2016 Teacher of the Year

Robert Kaiser, Tulsa Public Schools' 2016 of the Year, joins us on this weeks edition of the Listen Frontier podcast. Kaiser, who came to Tulsa through Teach For America, is a physical education teacher at Cooper Elementary School.
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Listen Frontier: It’s time to elect a new ‘Madam President’

The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa is now accepting nominations for Tulsa women who could be president. And there's only a few days left to nominate someone.
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Watch Frontier: A Gathering Place For Tulsa taking shape

For much of the last few years, visualizing A Gathering Place For Tulsa has been a more theoretical effort. Not so much anymore.
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Listen Frontier: March Madness? Wait till you hear what it takes for a city to host tournament games

The city of Tulsa will host first- and second-round games of the 2017 NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Tournament beginning Friday. It will be the second time in six years that Tulsa has been part of March Madness, and that is no coincidence.
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Listen Frontier: City official explains why lead, copper not a problem in city’s water supply

On this week's Listen Frontier podcast, we discuss water quality with Melissa Gray, environmental compliance supervisor for the city's Water and Sewer Department.
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Listen Frontier: What does ImpactTulsa’s latest report say about how local schools are performing?

ImpactTulsa measures data from 15 school districts in the Tulsa area and compares it to national averages.
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Listen Frontier: Crisis in black education

We talk to Dr. Ebony Johnson, the interim executive director of Student and Family Support Services, and Mikeale Campbell about the crisis in black education.
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Watch Frontier: Mayor G.T. Bynum fields questions from the public

Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum has decided to visit 36 Degrees North (an entrepreneurship incubator in the Brady District) once a month.
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Listen Frontier: We discuss the news of the week

We cover the upcoming Elliot Williams trial, the city's decision not to renew TPD's contract with LivePD, and a story on the new TIA CEO.
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