Mission: Exoneration

Wrongful convictions are not easy to overturn, even when the defense has DNA evidence on its side. Five to seven years is a typical timetable...

‘How to Govern in a Diverse Society’

Online Exclusive The country’s youngest mayor in a city with more than 500,000 people promotes diversity as the key to socioeconomic prosperity. He’s not a liberal from...

Liberal Teachings in a Red State

Oklahoma’s well-known conservative politics and religion aside, a small seminary in northeast Tulsa attracts ministerial candidates and clergy from all over the country because...

A Vision for the Future

We all want the best when it comes to medical care, and eye health in particular affects our lives every second. It can also...

Bold Distinctions

INCLUDING BONUS ONLINE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS  GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION AT A GLANCE In-person early voting 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Nov. 1-2 and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 3 at all 77...

Orphaned Oil Wells

The oil pump jack is a symbol of Oklahoma. Found throughout the state, moving up and down, the pump brings oil to the surface...

Marsy’s Law

In 2014, a Muskogee police officer violated a legal protective order obtained by his estranged wife, Misti Martin-Sullins, rammed her car off the road,...

Robbing The Ranch

It sounds like a plot from a pulp Western novel. In 2013, special agents from the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry were called to...

Easing The Strain

Private prisons are relieving the pressure on a system bulging at the seams.

Just Say No

Oklahoma lawmakers add a new element to public assistance applications.
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