The Oklahoma Water Resources Board is set to consider on Oct. 10 a proposed order that would send around 37.5 billion gallons of water annually from Sardis Lake and the Kiamichi River to Oklahoma City.
Kyle Lindsey was paralyzed following a crash during a police pursuit. His attorneys allege police violated Lindsey's civil rights and tried to cover up their involvement in the incident.Full Story
On today's Listen Frontier podcast, Kevin Canfield, Clifton Adcock, and Dylan Goforth sit and discuss their stories from this week, as well as what went into reporting them.Full Story
Legros was not given the required psychiatric evaluation during jail booking, and hung himself using a blanket that had been given to him by jail staff.Full Story
With 65 killings so far this year, Tulsa is on track to exceed last year's homicide record of 82, said Tulsa Police Homicide Sgt. David Walker.Full Story
“This shows that the population growth and increased use of the local jail is not simply a matter of the expansion of the correctional system in Oklahoma generally,” the report concludes, “but reflects mostly local decisions and policies that result in incarcerating a greater share of people in jail pretrial than the county once did.”Full Story