For Tulsa officers, more privacy following a police shooting

The department said on Wednesday it would no longer release officer IDs within two days of a shooting, instead giving their officers more time to notify family and move them out of town if necessary.
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Alleged embezzlement caught at Broken Arrow nonprofit, but records show the wrong woman was charged with the crime

A Frontier investigation discovered police identified the wrong woman in documents forwarded to the district attorney, who then charged an unrelated woman with embezzlement.
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Oklahoma is looking for ways to stop marijuana-impaired drivers, but solution may not be cut-and-dry

Agency leaders say funding is an obstacle, and at the same time, defense attorneys say a state law could further complicate the issue.
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Health Department investigations find unreported neglect, clients cut without good cause at Gatesway

The organization has until Aug. 13 to prove the deficiencies have been corrected during a revisit by inspectors. Failure to do so would mean the facility would have its Medicaid provider agreement terminated, according to the Health Department.
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Shakedown: Oklahoma’s largest private prison wants more money. Or else

With Oklahoma’s prisons now operating at 114 percent capacity, the private corrections operator has the bargaining power to ask the state for more money despite a host of problems in its past.
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