Company managing Oklahoma’s jury selection system found to have violated ‘jury composition rule’ in another state
Oklahoma has paid more than $1 million to a Canadian company that was recently found by the Georgia Supreme Court to be improperly altering jury lists provided to county governments prior to trial periods.
In three years, Arts Alliance Tulsa has become a leading advocate, promoter and fundraiser for Tulsa's nonprofit arts and cultural community.Full Story
State law requires that all peace officers who carry a weapon be CLEET certified, and typically the only employees in a fire department who are classified as peace officers are fire marshals and fire inspectors, according to a state official.Full Story
Masters allegedly gave a patient syringes filled with the patient’s fat tissue and told the patient to take the syringes home, put them in her freezer and self-inject them into her face when she desired.Full Story
A Tulsa Police Officer whose body camera began recording a fatal encounter between a north Tulsa man and three law enforcement officers did not break TPD policy by not recording the entire shooting, documents show.Full Story
Staff members who worked at a Muskogee County juvenile facility where a 16-year-old hanged himself in December were mentally abusive and didn't give juveniles adequate supervision, an investigation by the Department of Human Services has found.Full Story