The suit asks the court to vacate the OWRB’s approval of a permit allowing Oklahoma City to withdraw up to 37.5 billion gallons of water each year from Sardis Lake and the Kiamichi River.
DHS will begin sending notices this week to program recipients and providers that services will continue, said DHS spokeswoman Sheree Powell.Full Story
"We hope the treatment of addiction issues isn't more burdensome than when a doctor gets someone addicted. It helps on the counseling side, and it helps once that client relationship has been established face to face, those continued visits can happen telemedicine," a treatment specialist said.Full Story
The money comes from companies marketing medications, vaccines and medical devices, ranging from HIV/AIDS drugs to contact lenses.Full Story
The devices, which cost about $2 to buy but sell for around $12, quickly became one of the most popular — and profitable — items at the Tulsa Jail.Full Story
In October the company’s founder was arrested in Arizona after being indicted for allegedly using a "speakers program" to bribe doctors to prescribe a powerful opioid painkiller to patients.Full Story