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Man who died Saturday is Tulsa Jail’s first in-custody death of 2018

Ty Rutledge, who was charged with murder for an east Tulsa shooting death earlier this year, was found on Saturday in his cell with a towel wrapped around his neck.
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U.S. Supreme Court to take up Oklahoma death penalty case, question of Creek Nation reservation

There is no timeline for how the case will proceed, but briefs will likely be submitted to the high court through the summer, with oral arguments to occur in autumn, and a decision by the court being issued by June 2019, an Oklahoma AG's Office spokesman said Monday.
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Fictional financial calamity at Health Department was apparently missed and exacerbated by state’s Director of Finance

It's unclear how Preston Doerflinger, whose lone qualification for Health Commissioner was his financial background, missed what turned out to be a fictional financial collapse.
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