The Coronavirus Storytelling Project
Oklahoma journalists share their stories of how they or their fellow Oklahomans are coping with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and these difficult times.
Geoffrey Cowan’s family feared he would not survive the coronavirus when he was hospitalized in March. Surviving COVID-19 was the first step in a long recovery.
Six decades after she sat at an Oklahoma City lunch counter and ordered a hamburger and Coke, an icon of the civil rights movement wonders whether she is risking her life by doing the same thing today.
A photographer returning home to Oklahoma amid the pandemic heads to Cherokee country to portray the lives of women filling in the gaps.
A new grant designed to help serve immigrant communities is among the ways Tulsa is providing assistance to Zomi people and others during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the first time in decades, the Oklahoma City Pride parade won’t march down N.W. 39th Street. Here’s what it will do instead.
This elemundo Noticiero Oklahoma report tells on how Oklahoma City Hispanic restaurants are coping with the pandemic’s unique challenges.
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When the pandemic brought an end to their school activities, Kai and Ava Sarwinski increased their commitment to jobs caring for seniors in a center coping with the dire consequences of COVID-19.
The future of dining is changing. Here’s how Oklahoma City restaurants are fighting to remain part of that future.
How a newspaper veteran survived, and even thrived, amid tragedy, layoffs, furloughs and a digital revolution that changed his relationship with readers.
How this Oklahoma town is embracing its status as small, local and essential.
The announcement that The Edmond Sun was ceasing publication was the latest blow to the cause of community news in Oklahoma.
An Oklahoma City sports columnist’s meal delivery routes connect her with those for whom sheltering in place was a burden long before Covid-19.
What happens when a community journalist’s color-coded calendar turns white.
How an Oklahoma family’s dream of owning a newspaper became a fight for economic survival.
Nearly everyone had something to say about the Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy’s comments on the coronavirus, except for The Oklahoman columnist Berry Tramel, who has known him for 40 years.