Shared assets: The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office received about $85,000 from about $2 million in assets seized as the result of a 2015 raid on a synthetic marijuana operation based in Oklahoma County.
A jury in McIntosh County convicted Patrick Murphy in 2000 of murdering George Jacobs Sr., 49, who was his girlfriend’s ex-husband. Jacobs’ genitals had been severed and his throat slit. It was estimated that Jacobs bled to death in four to 12 minutes.
Officials say public health is at risk when they revoke or suspend a physician’s license and weeks pass before the action takes effect. But since 2015, the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office has been mandated to review and approve every disciplinary action taken by the state licensure boards.
The Department of Corrections' statutory practice of not paying county jails for housing new state prisoners if paperwork is filed past deadline won't much affect Tulsa County, a District Attorney's Office official said days after a legal opinion came down saying it is unconstitutional.
Oklahoma’s courts were dented when they hit icebergs but didn’t sink, according to John Reif as his term of Oklahoma Supreme Court chief justi…
Pointing to one of its previous decisions, the high court said relatives of the victims should not have been allowed to ask the jury for the death sentence.
In 2011, urine testing laboratories received just $3.7 million from the Oklahoma Health Care Authority. But by the end of 2014, those same reimbursements had increased to $32 million — up more than 700 percent in just three years, agency records show.
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The Tulsa Area Employer Council will meet at 8-10 a.m. Tuesday for an informative talk on “Office of Civil Rights Enforcement and Supreme Court of the U.S. Developments” presented by Chris Thrutchley.
Numerous people showed up to Clyde Boyd Middle School to walk around the track in support of DaySpring Villa, a domestic violence shelter.
Tulsa County Judge Bill Musseman made the ruling Wednedsay after hearing a copy of the call, which police have previously said indicates that the caller reported Robert Bever, 18, and Michael Bever, 16, attacked their family, fatally stabbing five people the night of July 22.
ACLU files for $800 in appeal fees in Ten Commandments case. Bill would have been much higher, but state law doesn’t allow more extensive recovery of plaintiffs costs.
The Catholic nun and author of "Dead Man Walking" is seeking to raise funds for Oklahoma County convicted killer Richard Glossip, who is set to die Sept. 16.
Attorneys for We the People Oklahoma and Sheriff Stanley Glanz will offer their arguments Tuesday before Supreme Court referee Greg Albert. Robert Bates is scheduled to appear Monday in Tulsa County District Court before Judge James Caputo.
The allegations included that they used residents’ names to obtain prescription painkillers and forced a disabled resident to lick dried spit off a wall.
The Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office has elected not to pursue criminal charges after reviewing a state audit that examined allegations of criminal wrongdoing in the awarding of demolition work on the Tar Creek Superfund cleanup site in northeast Oklahoma.
The U.S. Supreme Court wants to hear the Justice Department’s views of the lawsuit filed by Oklahoma and Nebraska against Colorado over marijuana legalization.
Tulsa-based electricity provider AEP-PSO finally got approval Tuesday from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission for an increase in monthly charges to pay for the installation of smart meters statewide — even though the utility already has put in more than 100,000 of the advanced meters and charging for it for months.
As two of the most ardent critics of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan, we are pleased Oklahoma is taking a leading role at the state and federal level in challenging the administration’s attempt to use EPA regulations to set forth a national energy plan.
States are free to legalize marijuana, Colorado argued Friday in a filing to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to a lawsuit from neighboring states that have asked the nation’s highest court to throw out Colorado’s pot law.
The Humane Society of the United States must turn over one contested document and portions of two others to the Oklahoma attorney general's office, but will be allowed to keep the contents of more than 21 other documents secret, an Oklahoma County district judge ruled Wednesday.
Executions in Oklahoma and Ohio are on hold. But will other states continue using a controversial lethal injection drug?