‘Immigrant rights are human rights:’ Protesters ask county to end ICE contract

“Every human, by virtue of just being human, is entitled to a dignified life. That, my friends, is a moral imperative,” Jorge Roman-Romero said.
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Audit counts almost 7,000 untested rape kits in Oklahoma

As of Feb. 16, the state tallied a total of 6,670 untested rape kits, according to data provided by the Oklahoma Attorney General's Office.
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Headed to Tulsa to advocate for medical marijuana, Colorado scholar, activist instead arrested by OHP

The trooper reported finding a large quantity of marijuana in the rental vehicle, but Regina Nelson said she felt targeted by law enforcement because of her Colorado license plate.
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Following criminal justice reform, felony drug distribution cases on the rise in some parts of Oklahoma

Criminal justice reform advocate Kris Steele has long been concerned that some prosecutors would do an end-around the state’s new misdemeanor drug possession law by charging more people with felony drug distribution instead.
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Tulsa elementary school student reviews his trip to the Gathering Place

Keith Bell, 6, is one of the lucky ones who've already gotten to play on the park. What did he think of his trip?
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