Headed to Tulsa to advocate for medical marijuana, Colorado scholar, activist instead arrested by OHP

The trooper reported finding a large quantity of marijuana in the rental vehicle, but Regina Nelson said she felt targeted by law enforcement because of her Colorado license plate.
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Tulsa elementary school student reviews his trip to the Gathering Place

Keith Bell, 6, is one of the lucky ones who've already gotten to play on the park. What did he think of his trip?
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Medical board issues emergency order suspending Tulsa doctor’s license

The emergency order alleges Dr. Christopher Moses overprescribed controlled substances and the state's chief medical examiner linked 10 deaths to medication he prescribed. 
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Frontier editor Dylan Goforth goes on OETA to discuss story on alleged domestic violence by Preston Doerflinger

On Monday, The Frontier posted a story detailing two incidents in 2012 where it was alleged Preston Doerflinger — Oklahoma Finance Secretary as well as the interim Commissioner of the Oklahoma State Department of Health — had acted violently toward his then-wife. Less than 24 hours later, Doerflinger was out
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Private law firm to represent state prison system in lawsuit by Tulsa County after AG’s office withdraws

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections opted to hire a private law firm in the $11 million lawsuit after Attorney General Mike Hunter issued an opinion on jail costs "which conflicted with the position of DOC."
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