Prejudice and prosecution: Juror racism at issue in Tulsa County DA election

A transcript from a court hearing where a potential juror admitted she was racist has become a piece of ammunition against Tulsa County District Attorney Steve Kunzweiler. He says the instance was taken out of context.
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The drug Suboxone could help combat the opioid crisis, but in rural areas it can be hard to get

Some people, desperate for opioid addiction treatment, made the journey to larger cities in search of providers. Others resorted to buying addiction-treating drugs off the street.
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Judge who resigned amid state Supreme Court inquiry accused of misspending public funds

Curtis DeLapp allegedly wrote more than $5,000 worth of checks for food, a stenotype and other items out of a fund used to pay for maintenance of county buildings.
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Allegations of violent past follow ‘peaceful gun owner’ at heart of rally outside Gathering Place

Called the "perfect example" of a peaceful gun owner, court records obtained by The Frontier paint a different picture of the man whose expulsion from the park kicked off the upcoming gun rally outside Tulsa's Gathering Place.
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Here’s what Oklahoma voters should know for the 2018 general elections

This year, The Frontier is partnering with ProPublica on its Electionland project, a collaboration with newsrooms across the nation that aims to cover ballot access and voting issues. We'll share ways you can report your issues at the polls as the election nears.
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