Cell by Cell: The complete list of people who have died in Oklahoma jails in 2019

The Frontier is tracking every jail death in Oklahoma in 2019. We hope to uncover more about how and why people die in Oklahoma jails. 
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Detention of migrant children at Fort Sill set for August

“They are still in the beginning stages of finding contractors and doing background checks,” Donelle Harder, a spokeswoman for Gov. Kevin Stitt, said. “It seems at a minimum four weeks or more.”
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Jury rules in favor of Mayes County deputy in fatal shooting lawsuit

The seven jurors reached a verdict in favor of Mayes County Deputy Kyle Wilson after less than two hours of deliberation in the lawsuit filed in 2015 by Janelle Bridges, widow of 33-year-old Shane Bridges.
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Shot by Shot: Oklahoma officer-involved shootings in 2019

Data about officer-involved shootings can be hard to find, so The Frontier actively tries to collect and store as much information as possible on every shooting.
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In wake of criminal investigation into Epic Charter Schools, lawmaker has questions for State Superintendent

“I plan to ask her how she is planning to cooperate in a way that hasn’t already been taking place,” Provenzano said. “If the state department is doing its job ... then $10 million doesn’t go poof.”
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