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22, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma, OK OKC man facing charges after allegedly picking up 13-year-old runaway for sex
OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man is facing charges after allegedly heading to Colorado to pick up a 13-year-old girl for sex. According to the court records, Oklahoma City police were able to find a 13-year-old girl, who ran away from her home in Colorado. Officers say they traced an IP address of social media […]
22, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Death Row Inmates: Execution Would be 'Biological Experimentation'
Photo: Ken Piorkowski/cc/flickr Following a botched execution in Oklahoma, death row prisoners in the state are arguing their executions would qualify as cruel and unusual punishment, and thus be unconstitutional, according to a lawsuit filed by the prisoners' lawyers in federal court on Wednesday. read more
22, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Oklahoma: Inmates' allegations in lawsuit false
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The drugs and procedures used to execute a death row inmate in a botched lethal injection in April do not risk violating the constitutional rights of other prisoners awaiting execution, attorneys for the state of Oklahoma argue.
22, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Man Facing Child Sex Crimes After Bringing Colorado Runaway Back To OKC
An Oklahoma City man is facing a charge for attempting to illicit sexual conduct from a minor and additional child sex charges could be added.
22, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Mom pushes for change in prison system after daughter’s killer moved
An Oklahoma mom is fighting to get her daughter's killer back in a maximum security prison and change the way the Department of Corrections handles the most violent offenders.
22, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Death row inmates sue Arizona over lethal-injection drugs
A convicted murderer and five other death row inmates sued Arizona on Thursday arguing the state's secrecy around lethal-injection drugs used in botched executions in Ohio and Oklahoma violates their constitutional rights.
22, Jul 2014 - Marshall, OK OSBI Now Investigating Missing Carter County Couple, Molly Miller & Colt Haynes
CARTER COUNTY -- Statement from Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation: "Just after noon today, District Attorney Craig Ladd requested OSBI open a full investigation into the disappearance and possible homicides of Molly Miller and Colt Haynes in south central Oklahoma."
22, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma, OK All-Clear Given At 2 Oklahoma Prisons After Bomb Threat Investigation
Two Oklahoma prison facilities were on lockdown after receiving phoned-in bomb threats Friday.
21, Jul 2014 - Q&A: 10th Circuit on same-sex marriage in Utah and Oklahoma
For the second time, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that states outlawing same-sex marriages are violating citizens’ rights. The first decision came in Utah’s historic case last month. On Friday, the same three-judge panel came to the same conclusion in Oklahoma’s appeal. In the latest ruling, the judges noted that though some facts and arguments presented in the Oklahoma case ...
21, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Utah Attorney Wants Federal Government To Release OKC Bombing Surveillance Video
Nearly 20 years after the Oklahoma City bombing, a new federal trial is taking place to determine if surveillance video taken from around the Murrah building from that day will be revealed.
21, Jul 2014 - Federal appeals court strikes down Oklahoma gay marriage ban
A federal appellate court upheld a lower ruling striking down Oklahoma's same-sex marriage ban on Friday. read more
21, Jul 2014 - Washington, OK First US executions carried out since botched lethal injection
WASHINGTON - US states overnight Tuesday carried out the first two executions since a botched one in April that caused a prisoner to suffer triggered a hot debate on lethal injection. In Oklahoma in April, Clayton Lockett, a convicted killer and rapist, was put to death by lethal injection in a process that took 43 minutes, well over the expected time of a little over 10 minutes. He was seen ...
21, Jul 2014 - Rogers, OK Prosecutors review services for crime victims
Ada — As Sharon Roberts drove nearly 11 hours to Oklahoma from her home near Nashville, Tenn., she carefully composed the words she wanted her brother’s killer to remember.
21, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma Supreme Court allows Common Core repeal
The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Legislature had the authority to repeal Common Core education standards for...
21, Jul 2014 - Ga. man first inmate executed first since botched attempt
A Georgia man became the first inmate in the United States to be put to death since the botched execution of an Oklahoma man in April.
21, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Oklahoma death row inmates seek to halt executions
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — By tinkering with Oklahoma's lethal injection procedures, prison officials are experimenting on death row inmates and violating the U.S. Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment, attorneys for a group of condemned Oklahoma inmates argued Wednesday in a federal lawsuit.
21, Jul 2014 - Ex-OK St player won't be retried in assault case
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A former Oklahoma State basketball player accused of sexually assaulting two women at an off-campus party in 2010 will not be retried after an appeals court tossed out his conviction, prosecutors said Monday.
21, Jul 2014 - Judge dismisses tribal lawsuit on land for casino
A federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit brought by an Oklahoma tribe seeking to build a casino on suburban Wichita land.
21, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma’s Ban On Gay Marriage Is Unconstitutional, Court Rules
A federal appeals court ruling Friday that Oklahoma's ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional spurred celebration among gay rights activists but sparked sharp anger among Republican leaders in a conservative state that prides itself on being the buckle of the nation's Bible Belt.
21, Jul 2014 - Nation's first executions since botched one in Okla. begin tonight
Nine executions nationwide have been stayed or postponed since late April, when Oklahoma prison officials halted the execution of Clayton Lockett after noting that the lethal injection drugs weren't being administered into his vein properly. Lockett's punishment was halted and he died of a heart attack several minutes later.
21, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma's Supreme Court upholds repeal of Common Core standards
OKLAHOMA'S SUPREME COURT rules that the Legislature was acting constitutionally earlier this year when it repealed Common Core education standards for English and math in the state's public schools. Governors at annual national meeting skirt 'radioactive' Common Core
21, Jul 2014 - Jackson, OK Georgia execution first since Oklahoma
A Georgia man became the first inmate in the United States to be put to death since the botched execution of an Oklahoma man in April. Marcus A. Wellons, 59, was declared dead at 11:56 p.m. Tuesday at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison ...
21, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Study Shows Oklahoma Bucking Prison Health Care Trend
While the vast majority of states in the U.S. have seen prison health care costs climb sharply in recent years, a new national study shows Oklahoma is one of the few states bucking that trend.
21, Jul 2014 - Michigan Judge Orders Chesapeake Energy To Stand Trial
A northern Michigan judge is ordering an energy company to stand trial for violating Michigan's antitrust law. Michigan Attorney General, Bill Schuette, says Chesapeake Energy, based in Oklahoma City, rigged bids at a 2010 state oil and gas lease auction. 
21, Jul 2014 - Roger Mills, OK Flood watch for parts of state
National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for various Oklahoma and Texas counties, including Alfalfa, Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, Garfield, Grant, Harper, Kay, Kingfisher, Logan, Major, Oklahoma, Roger Mills, Woods and Woodward.
21, Jul 2014 - 3 states poised for executions weeks after botched lethal injection
Convicted killers in three states were facing executions within a 24-hour period starting Tuesday night, potentially the first lethal injections in the nation since a botched execution in Oklahoma seven weeks ago.
21, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma Supreme Court Upholds Common Core Repeal
The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled that the Legislature had the authority to repeal Common Core education standards for English and math in the state's public schools.
21, Jul 2014 - Ponca City, OK Ponca tribe’s long journey may get US recognition
The route taken in 1877 runs from the Niobrara River in Nebraska to near what now is Ponca City, Oklahoma, and back to the Omaha site of the 1879 trial of Chief Standing Bear.
21, Jul 2014 - 3 Executions In US South Mark First Since Botched Oklahoma Lethal Injection
(Reuters) - A man convicted of killing his wife and her 5-year-old son nearly 30 years ago was executed at Florida State Prison on Wednesday, the third person to die by lethal injection in 24 hours across the U.S. South. John R. Henry's death was the third U.S. execution since a botched injection in Oklahoma in April renewed a national debate over capital punishment.
20, Jul 2014 - 1982 rape suspect charged using DNA evidence
Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office has charged a suspect in a 32-year-old case of rape for which another man was wrongfully convicted and spent more than 13 years in prison, Oklahoma Watch reports.
20, Jul 2014 - Tulsa Same-Sex Couples Celebrate Victory, Say Fight's Not Over
Same-sex couples are a step closer to being allowed to marry in Oklahoma. The federal appeals court ruled Friday states cannot prevent gay people from getting married.
20, Jul 2014 - Canadian, OK Officials: 7,000 different search terms used for child pornography lands Oklahoma man in jail
EL RENO, Okla. – An Oklahoma man was arrested for child pornography according to Canadian County Sheriff’s Office. Enrique Sandoval, of El Reno, 47-years-old, on June 24, was arrested for possession of child pornography. Sandoval was responsible for distributing various videos of child pornography to various areas in Oklahoma, according to the Sheriff’s Office. During the […]
20, Jul 2014 - Divided Court Declares Oklahoma Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Ban Unconstitutional
DENVER – An appeals court in Colorado has upheld a lower court opinion that declared Oklahoma’s same-sex ‘marriage’ ban unconstitutional, but not without dissent from one of the judges on the panel, who asserts that the court has no right right to redefine marriage. As previously reported, in January, a federal judge appointed by then-President Bill […]
20, Jul 2014 - GovBeat: Oklahoma’s same-sex marriage ban ruled unconstitutional by federal appellate court
The decision upholds a lower-court ruling striking the state
20, Jul 2014 - US states carry out first executions since botched lethal injection in Oklahoma
Marcus Wellons in Georgia and John Winfield in Missouri executed after last-minute appeals denied in first by lethal injections since Clayton Lockett died in 43-minute agony in April
20, Jul 2014 - Republican Oklahoma lawmaker seeks study on adding firing squad, other death penalty options
A Republican lawmaker reacting to an Oklahoma inmate's botched lethal injection said Tuesday he wants to explore giving condemned prisoners the option of death by firing squad, hanging or the electric chair.
20, Jul 2014 - Woodward, OK Human Remains Found Near NW Oklahoma Prison
Authorities are investigating whether human remains found near a northwest Oklahoma prison belong to an inmate who escaped from the facility in 2012.
20, Jul 2014 - Jackson, OK Georgia poised to kill first inmate since botched Oklahoma execution
Georgia on Tuesday was poised to carry out the first U.S. execution since the botched death of an Oklahoma inmate in April, with Missouri and Florida also planning possible executions on Wednesday.
20, Jul 2014 - Georgia, Missouri carry out executions
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Georgia and Missouri have carried out the nation's first executions since a botched lethal injection in Oklahoma in April revived concerns about capital punishment.
20, Jul 2014 - Appeals court rules Oklahoma’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional
The same-sex marriage movement suffered setbacks in two states Friday, while enjoying an advance in one. A federal appeals court ruled Oklahoma’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, affirming a fe...
20, Jul 2014 - Judge orders trial for Chesapeake in leasing case
CHEBOYGAN, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan judge has ordered an Oklahoma City-based energy company to stand trial on criminal charges in what authorities say was a land-leasing scheme.
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