Updated: Oklahoma judge resigns amid abuse of power allegations

Citing a desire to spend time with his family, rather than the mounting abuse of power allegations made against him, District Judge Curtis DeLapp announced his resignation today, according to a radio station in Bartlesville.
Full Story

Dark money groups spend tens of thousands of dollars leading up to Oklahoma runoff races

While political action committees must disclose their donors, dark money groups, which include social welfare groups, trade associations and unions, do not.
Full Story

Many Oklahoma Congressional candidates worth millions, financial disclosures show

Of the 18 remaining Congressional candidates, at least eight had an approximate net worth of $1 million or more, U.S. House of Representatives financial disclosure records show.
Full Story

Editorial: In response to attacks on the media, we’ll continue to shine a light in the darkness

News organizations across the country have responded today to attacks on the media by President Donald Trump. Here is our submission.
Full Story

Tulsa DA, a devout Catholic, expresses support for death penalty despite Pope Francis’ change to doctrine

Other DA candidates also offer support for capital punishment as Oklahoma grapples with ensuring past errors aren't repeated.
Full Story