Attorney General Scott Pruitt was favored by industry as “the general” who would lead a group of Republican attorneys general into battle over EPA regulations.
President-elect Donald Trump talked of mass deportation during his campaign. Local officials say they don’t have a mandate to enforce federal immigration law and plan no changes in their current approach.
Leading up to Martin Luther King. Jr. Day, we asked prominent black Tulsans to tell us who their heroes are and why. Here are their stories.
A new study by the Environmental Defense Fund reviewed state and federal campaign contribution records for Pruitt’s campaign and political action committees associated with him. The group found that in 13 out of 14 lawsuits Pruitt brought against the agency he hopes to lead, companies suing along with him had donated to his campaign or to PACs that support Pruitt.
TPS Superintendent Deborah Gist talks about teacher pay and school funding with The Frontier's Ziva Branstetter.Full Story
Right now the housing of the mentally ill in the Tulsa jail is a game of musical chairs. Those inmates are housed all over the jail, in segregation cells, medical beds, even general population pods.Full Story
State law requires agencies to report annual spending on outside attorneys. However, Attorney General Scott Pruitt Office has omitted itself from those reports since 2012, an investigation by The Frontier has found.Full Story
In a guest column, educator and blogger Dallas Koehn looks at the need for legislators to "consider the needs of the many, not merely their favorite few."Full Story