Listen Frontier: It’s time to elect a new ‘Madam President’

The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa is now accepting nominations for Tulsa women who could be president. And there's only a few days left to nominate someone.
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Sheriff: Public not entitled to see inmate death reviews

After The Frontier requested copies of inmate mortality reviews under Sheriff Vic Regalado, TCSO said they aren't public. That decision came one day after the Sheriff's Office was found liable in the 2011 death of Elliott Williams.
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County attorney: Elliott Williams trial verdict will make smaller jails ‘sitting ducks’ for lawsuits

Clark Brewster, who represented Tulsa County in the Elliott Williams trial, spoke with The Frontier and gave his thoughts on the $10.2 million verdict and the trial he said had a "circus-like atmosphere."
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Proposal would shorten Tulsa’s municipal election schedule

America’s proposed charter change would have to be approved by voters, with the election likely in the fall.
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City of Tulsa wants your design ideas for the new pedestrian bridge over Riverside Drive

Pedestrian bridge design ideas must meet three criteria: relate to A Gathering Place for Tulsa and the natural surroundings of the area; accommodate pedestrians and cyclists; and be no more expensive than the $24.5 million the city has budgeted for the bridge.
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