When crude oil prices crashed between 2014 and 2016, many Oklahoma energy companies booked sizable losses that can be used to reduce or completely eliminate state income tax liability for up to 20 years.
Part of an occasional series: Anthony Cherry has had to make big adjustments already as teachers near a planned walkout date. What he wonders is: "What will happen next?"Full Story
Student journalists at the University of Tulsa were denied public records due to a law that limits access to certain types of news organizations.Full Story
The study’s authors included no medical doctors and conducted no actual first-hand research, but Oklahoma based much of its decision to adopt nitrogen as an execution method on its findings.Full Story
For law enforcement agencies, a positive alert from a certified narcotics-detecting dog can give an officer probable cause to search a vehicle without a search warrant. But, records show, an alert does not always mean drugs are present.Full Story
“We can no longer sit on the sidelines and wait for drugs,” says Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter.Full Story