‘The Kingpin’

Prosecutors say Oklahoma City pain management doctor Harvey Jenkins Jr.'s opioid prescribing habits made him a danger to society. Jenkins says he's the victim of a political witch hunt.
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‘It can be fixed:’ Drew Edmondson thinks Oklahoma is in a hole, but not one he can’t dig out from

“We’re very fortunate that the problems in this state were man-made,” Edmondson said. “These are man-made decisions. If it’s man-made, it can be fixed.”
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Nonprofit aims to show film on women’s incarceration in all counties before November elections

Ellen Stackable, executive director of Poetic Justice, has an ambitious goal: To show the 22-minute documentary in each of Oklahoma's 77 counties before elections kick off in November. 
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Haven’t donated to The Frontier? Now’s the time

For the first time in our existence, we have a limited supply of T-shirts available for new donors. If you sign up to become a recurring donor (minimum $5 a month,) we'll send you a shirt — it's as simple as that.
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Oklahoma prison officials show photographs of crumbling infrastructure, ask Legislature for $1.53 billion

“The sky is falling and you’ve heard me say that before, but it’s actually gotten worse,” Department of Corrections Director Joe Allbaugh said.
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