“If this man is wrongfully executed, by continuing to conceal this information, I feel as if I would have had a hand in putting this man to death and I can’t live with that on my conscience,” Roderick Wesley wrote in a letter to Julius Jones’ attorneys.
Oklahoma reported 542 hospitalizations on Feb. 24.
Documents show that many of the natural gas and electric purchase price increases in early and mid-February sent several utilities that serve Oklahoma scrambling to find funds and open new lines of credit to pay for the increased fuel and electrical costs, most of which begin coming due by the end of March.
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The Frontier is tracking every officer-involved shooting in the state in 2020.
Rural communities desperate to save their hospitals are turning to for-profit companies for help, but many fail to deliver on lofty promises and leave them with more debt.
A snow storm last week stretched utility companies, delayed action at the Oklahoma State Capitol and impacted the state’s rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine. All that and an effort by some lawmakers to change the state’s initiative petition process on this episode of Listen Frontier.