Tulsa World


Daily newspaper for the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Primary newspaper for the northeastern and eastern portions of Oklahoma, and is the second-most widely circulated newspaper in the state.
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Primary geographic focus: Oklahoma
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Tulsa Area United Way funding upstart programs to offer new solutions to old problems

Michael Overall
Tulsa World
December 19, 2018
The winners include Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, which will develop a mediation program to help families facing evictions to stay in their homes.

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With one of the worst eviction rates in the country, Tulsa has a major problem. Tenants and landlords are frustrated by what’s going on

Michael Overall
Tulsa World
July 30, 2018
Tulsa has nation’s 11th-highest eviction rate.

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Legal Aid bracing for possible cut to federal funding

Ralph Schaefer
Tulsa World
January 8, 2018
That revenue makes up 35 percent of the Legal Services Corporation, and the U.S. House of Representatives has offered a 25 percent cut, he said, and worst-case scenario would mean a $1 million cut to LASO.

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Legal community helping next generation of lawyers through TU Law’s externship program

Tulsa World
December 5, 2017
Over 100 law students each year work alongside attorneys and judges to earn academic credit while gaining hands-on experience and performing meaningful work.

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Nonprofit group seeks to reduce number of children in foster care

Ralph Schaefer
Tulsa World
November 29, 2017
Keeping children at home and out of foster homes is the mission of the Oklahoma Family Legal Advocates Inc., and the newly-formed 501(c)(3) nonprofit group and its initial efforts are on target.

Op-Ed

Want justice? Fund Legal Aid

Molly Aspan, David Riggs
Tulsa World
September 21, 2017
In our lifetimes, though, through legal aid programs we have made progress toward keeping the promise of justice for all. Now, the progress we have made is being threatened because Congress may stop funding legal aid.

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Staff attorney learns about helping people

Ralph Schaefer
Tulsa World
August 4, 2016
Igor Petrovich learned a lot about helping people in one year.

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Oklahoma sees rise in foreclosures in 2015

Robert Evatt
Tulsa World
January 16, 2016
More Tulsans faced eviction last year than in 2014, according to a new report from real estate data service RealtyTrac.



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