After Oklahoma counts its untested rape kits, the issue of how to pay to process them remains

Oklahoma has counted most of its untested rapes kits, but now agencies must find a way to pay to analyze more than 7,000 of them.
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For members of state agencies and boards, financial disclosure is a thing of the past

A lawsuit accuses members of the Board of Health of having conflicts of interest in voting for a set of controversial rules governing medical marijuana. For the public, finding whether members of state agencies and boards might have a conflict has become more difficult.
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Updated: Energy company says its royalty owners ‘can make up their own minds’ how to vote after tax increase

“Earlier this year, the Oklahoma Legislature increased taxes on gross production by 150 percent,” the letter said.
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For Tulsa officers, more privacy following a police shooting

The department said on Wednesday it would no longer release officer IDs within two days of a shooting, instead giving their officers more time to notify family and move them out of town if necessary.
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Alleged embezzlement caught at Broken Arrow nonprofit, but records show the wrong woman was charged with the crime

A Frontier investigation discovered police identified the wrong woman in documents forwarded to the district attorney, who then charged an unrelated woman with embezzlement.
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