Tulsa, OK – Tulsa area hospitals recommend flu vaccinations
TULSA, Okla. (AP) Hospitals in the Tulsa are highly recommending but not requiring staff members get vaccinations for both the seasonal and the swine flu.
Dr. Steve Swyden at St. Francis Hospital says there's not enough swine flu vaccine for everyone yet. He says people who work with high-risk groups and in the Children's Hospital are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated.
Tulsa, OK – TULSA, Okla. (AP) Officials at the Tulsa City-County Health Department say they're expecting about 10,000 more doses of swine flu vaccine.
The vaccine will be offered to high-risk groups that include children. Health officials say school official have been given information about school-based vaccinations but it's up to them to contact the Health Department to set up vaccination clinics.
Tulsa, OK – Tulsa County receives an A+ for transparency in government. The award is from the national organization " Sunshine Review" Tulsa County is one of only five county governments in the nation to receive such an award.
Oklahoma City, OK – Supreme Court plans court data merger
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The state Supreme Court has signed a $1 million contract with a Duncan company to prepare electronic court records from 64 counties to merge into one publicly accessible online system.
KellPro Inc. of Duncan currently operates On Demand Court Records with court filings and case information from 64 district courts and two tribal courts in the state.