After being spurned by Scott Pruitt, sheriffs’ association gets answer on jail costs from new attorney general

The Oklahoma Sheriffs' Association had asked if requiring county jails to pay for recently sentenced inmates violated the Oklahoma Constitution.
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City finds creative way to tell improving story of Tulsa’s animal population

The city has created a website that provides every stat available about Tulsa's animal population, including which part of town has the most stray animals, why people bring their pets into the shelter, and much, much more.
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Violent incident at Cimarron Correctional Facility nothing new for state’s private prisons

The Cimarron Correctional Facility has had several violent incidents over the past several years, including a unit-wide riot in 2013 and at least two riots in 2015.
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Listen Frontier: Busting myths about students for whom English is a second language

Tulsa Public Schools “Exploring Equity” community discussions series continues May 30 at Education Service Center, 3027 S. New Haven Ave.
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District Attorney’s Office, Tulsa police look ahead after tensions caused by Betty Shelby trial

'They don’t have to like us. But, by golly, we have a job to do, so I think that will continue.' Tulsa Police Sgt. Dave Walker, on the relationship between the police and the District Attorney's Office.
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