The case involved nine children living in a two-bedroom mobile home that reportedly was littered with feces and infested with cockroaches and rodents in rural Delaware County. The children reportedly were physically and mentally tortured by Deidre Matthews, their foster mother, while their foster father failed to intervene.
The tribe says it doesn't want to rely on the federal government to protect its property.
Oklahoma's attorney general filed papers Friday asking the state Supreme Court to step in and decide whether the state or two American Indian tribes have the rights to the water of three major stream systems in southeastern Oklahoma.
Attorneys for a majority of city councilors filed on Friday a motion in Tulsa County District Court to dismiss a civil lawsuit alleging the council violated the Open Meetings Act.
Counsel for former Broken Arrow Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jim Sisney confirmed late Tuesday that he plans to dismiss one of the suits …
Police seek tips in gun death
A court action filed Thursday asks a Tulsa County
judge to declare that a new state law dealing with illegal
immigration violates the Oklahoma Constitution.
An agreement, reached by the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and the Fort Worth-based Tarrant Regional Water District over Gulfbound water perm…
The state Senate on Monday approved an amendment to assist counties that want to exhibit Ten Commandments displays on county property.
Need an excuse? We have a right to say no without an excuse. It can actually be done without telling something that is not true. This life bel…
Five years, nearly 4,000 employees and 16,000 boxes of documents later, all that's left of one-time high-profile Commercial
Financial Services Inc. is being
packed away in storage this week.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Most Americans think the exposure of Janet Jackson's right breast during the Super Bowl halftime show was crass, but few be…
Tulsa-based RxDepot closed its
doors this week after the Oklahoma
Supreme Court refused to hear its appeal and a lower court's temporary restraining order went into effect.
Tulsa-based RxDepot has created a defense fund to help pay for the company's mounting legal bills as it battles federal and state authorities …
The disabilities act does not preempt smoking in public places, a judge says.
Democrats suffered another blow Wednesday, the latest in a series of losses
over congressional redistricting.
The pest-control devices are turned over to federal authorities.
A former Tulsa Jail inmate who claims that he was beaten by other inmates has filed a federal suit against the Tulsa County Board of Commissioners.
Hate crime penalties stiffer
Time to look at condemnation again