Brittany Harlow

journalist
Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Mining rights battle hinges on one definition
(TULSA, Okla.) Federal Judge Stephen Friot heard arguments from the State of Oklahoma and the federal government over who has jurisdiction over mining rights on tribal lands last...
“Code Catchers” goes live on VNN
(NATIONAL) The quest for story codes has begun. Starting Wednesday, codes will be hidden inside news stories on VNN. Readers who collect the codes and enter them online will earn points...
Where to find your Green Country Christmas tree
(TULSA, Okla.) Sure, Lowe’s and Walmart sell Christmas trees. But if you want to shop local, check these Tulsa-area Christmas tree sellers out.  Owasso Christmas Tree and Berry...
Promised Land | November
(OKLAHOMA) These stories are part of the Oklahoma Media Center’s Promised Land collaborative effort, which shows how the landmark McGirt v. Oklahoma decision will affect both tribal and...
How misinformation and disinformation impact tribal sovereignty
(MUSCOGEE NATION) False information is a global problem that ignites tempers and divides communities.  During his interview for “The Social Dilemma”, a film that exposed the polarizing...
VNN expands ownership to include additional journalists
(NATIONAL) Verified News Network (VNN) is pleased to announce company ownership has expanded to include two additional female owners: VNN New York Journalist Rahkiya “Rocky” Brown and VNN...
White House hosts first Tribal Nations Summit since 2016
(NATIONAL) The White House hosted the first summit of tribal nations in five years this week.  The summit took place virtually Monday and Tuesday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern...
Tulsa entrepreneurs lose everything in house fire
(TULSA, Okla.) Just two months after launching their business, a Tulsa couple is facing the worst setback of their lives.  Robert and Shanna Hilton have been married nearly 28 years, and...
Promised Land | October
(OKLAHOMA) These stories are part of the Oklahoma Media Center’s Promised Land collaborative effort, which shows how the landmark McGirt v. Oklahoma decision will affect both tribal and...
New Women’s Business Center coming to Tulsa
(TULSA, Okla.) A new Women’s Business Center (WBC) is coming to Tulsa, U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman announced this week.  The Office of...