Oklahoma releases execution training protocol to attorneys for death row inmates

Oklahoma has not conducted an execution in more than 5 years. Friday's court filing moves Oklahoma one step closer to a resumption of executions.
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‘This is worth my life’: Call to action outweighs protestors’ fears of coronavirus

The coronavirus has been on 72-year-old Lawrence Lane's mind. But when a wave of protests started to emerge across the nation, Lane, who is black, felt a sense of commitment.
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Chief calls report ‘extremely flawed’ but data appears accurate in labeling OKC with second highest police killing rate

Oklahoma City Police Chief Wade Gourley disputed the accuracy of a widely shared report that claims his department has one of the highest rates of police killings but a review of the data by The Frontier showed the rate to be correct. 
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Shot by Shot: Oklahoma officer-involved shootings in 2020

The Frontier is tracking every officer-involved shooting in the state in 2020.
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Tulsa-based Ross Group Construction settles federal small business fraud claims case for $2.8 million

“Defendants are nothing more than front companies utilized by TRG to obtain contracts set aside for legitimate small and other disadvantaged concerns and to illegally obtain payments from the Government," the whistleblower lawsuit filed against the Ross Group states.
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