Oklahoma spends millions in overtime pay to staff prisons

Oklahoma prisons are facing critical staffing shortages. Oklahoma Department of Corrections spent $15.5 million on overtime pay last fiscal year.
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Judge: Inmate seeking to have his 1991 murder conviction overturned can move forward

Tulsa County District Judge Sharon Holmes said during a status conference that Corey Atchison’s case will advance in a second evidentiary hearing in January.
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Exclusive: Big dreams and big incentives offered in Tulsa’s rejected bid for second Amazon headquarters

The bid, obtained by The Frontier, shows that while Tulsa offered the trillion-dollar company all it had available, it couldn't — and maybe shouldn't — have gone to the lengths of the winning bidders.
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Federal grand jury indicts former Mayes County deputy on illegally obtaining meth, altering evidence

Until July, Mull headed the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office’s drug interdiction unit, which conducts surveillance, intelligence and undercover drug enforcement operations.
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Mayor G.T. Bynum: Entrepreneurship is the path to economic development and personal empowerment

Our great city offers a wealth of resources, all dedicated toward providing excellence in entrepreneurship.
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