TULSA (AP) -- Myra Worley -- the wife of longtime Tulsa World executive editor Joe Worley -- has died at age 67.
The newspaper reported Sunday that Myra Worley died Thursday of cardiac arrest at a Tulsa hospital where she had been taken after suffering flu-like symptoms.
Worley and her husband moved to Tulsa in 1987 when Joe Worley was hired by the World. Myra Worley had also worked for newspapers and spent time volunteering with animal organizations, children's shelters, prenatal programs and as an elementary school tutor.
She's survived by her husband, two children, two grandchildren, a brother and her mother.
A memorial service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday at St. Aidan's Episcopal Church.
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
A family of four is recovering from carbon monoxide poisoning in Tulsa, EMSA officials confirmed Thursday evening.
With temperatures forecast to drop over the next few hours and days, area shelters are urging homeless people to come indoors.
Construction workers continue to face challenges performing job duties when temperatures drop.
PIXIES frontman BLACK FRANCIS has teamed up with biographer JOSH FRANK to create a new graphic novel, titled THE GOOD INN.