Kelsy Schlotthauer

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Kelsy graduated Oklahoma State University with a degree in multimedia journalism and joined the Tulsa World in 2019. She covers breaking news and is passionate about people, social justice and law enforcement. Phone: (918) 581-8455

"While the Oklahoma Supreme Court has declared those agreements invalid under Oklahoma law, their validity under Federal law must also be addressed to avoid damage to the integrity of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act," the plaintiff tribes' attorneys wrote in a news release.

Stitt loses leverage at gaming compact negotiating table

Document: Tribes file lawsuit against governor, federal agency

Lisa Prather, 62, died instantly when a Ford F150 struck her SUV head-on on 71st Street near Riverside Drive, just west of the Arkansas River bridge, about 3:50 p.m., police reported.

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