A Georgia overnight camp hit by a coronavirus outbreak took many precautions, but didn’t make campers wear masks or have proper ventilation in buildings, according to a government report released Friday.
Lawtonians voted on the propel city project last fall, but the coronavirus pandemic slowed down progress on planning."The 2020 City Improvement Project is a 14-year plan that puts millions of dollars of funding into various areas.
Rather than choosing traditional brick and mortar schools, more and more Oklahomans are considering going to school online. Epic Charter Schools had a 28 percent increased enrollment compared to last year before the pandemic struck. But interest in online schools has been around for years.
We are starting a new series on Fort Sill we are calling A Day in the Life. Each week, 7News reporter, Hunter McEachern, will experience a new job on Post, learning about the many different roles that keep Fort Sill operating optimally.
The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority has voted in favor of Representative Daniel Pae’s House Bill 1071. The bill would establish maximum speed limits of 75 and 80 miles per hour on some portions of Oklahoma Turnpikes.
The city of Altus is the new hotspot for coronavirus in Oklahoma. Cases in Altus have spiked from 57 cases eleven days ago to over 300 Friday. City officials have been requiring temperature checks at certain locations and made a mandatory mask mandate to slow the spread of the virus.