Tulsa, Oklahoma, Oklahoma Archaeological Survey discussed on Lee Mathews

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Did said Thursday that while he will not enact a statewide face mask mandate, he won't stand in the way of local municipalities that do require face masks. The state health departments. Latest Cove in 19 report shows 456 new cases, bringing to 20,235 the total number of confirmed cases in Oklahoma. Six more people have died, including the first school aged child. It ratcheted up the death toll to 422 15,485 have recovered. The White House wants kids sitting in class this fall, but some caution against reopening schools. With Corona cases is adding out. Colonel Scott reports. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Fox News Sunday said kids need to get back to in person instruction They've fallen behind this spring. We need to ensure they're back in a in a classroom situation wherever possible and whenever possible, But Dr Tom Ingles, Me, director of the Center for Health Security at Johns, Hopkins said also on Fox States have been preparing for that. But there are still some uncertainties about transmission in schools. In some states, positive rates are still spiking. The president says Federal funding could be withheld if schools don't plan to open fully and on time. An excavation at a Tulsa cemetery set to resume today, Tanner Carlson reports they'll be looking for a masquerade believed to be holding victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race massacre. Attests. Excavation by the University of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Archaeological Survey is expected to take 3 to 6 days. It was halted in March because of Cove in 19 Master killed hundreds of people in an area that was known as Tulsa's Black Wall Street Man accused of killing a Native American woman on land The U. S Supreme Court has ruled now is Indian tribal land He's due in federal court in Tulsa today. Police arrested James Michael Landry over the weekend on a voluntary manslaughter charge in the death of the woman whose body was found in a Tulsa park in an area within the boundaries of the Miss Cody Creek.

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