Five years later, Elliott Williams’ death gains attention amid Twitter feud

By late afternoon, a video showing the paralyzed Elliott Williams dying while staff at the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office placed food and water just out of his reach had been viewed more than 60,000 times.
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Investigative journalists are doing a world of good right now

Ziva takes a look at some of the best investigative journalism changing laws and lives around the globe, and talks about how it motivates us to keep digging.
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Auditors pointed out inmate trust fund problems years ago

For more than seven years, state auditors have pointed out mismanagement of inmate trust funds held by the Sheriff's Office. On Tuesday, the DA asked for an investigation.
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Bates jury pool will be surveyed on impact of publicity

Assistant District Attorney Kevin Gray told the judge that jurors would be questioned in two stages, one to deal with impact of publicity and another stage for traditional questions regarding jurors' backgrounds.
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Tort claim fills in details about Bates report coverup

A tort claim filed by a former TCSO major says even after the Robert Bates report surfaced internally, the former sheriff told him to deny it existed and withhold it.
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Sheriff’s stories on Bates report took long, winding road

I hope Glanz’s case sends a clear message: No matter what you call a record, if it’s not clearly exempt under state or federal law, you should err on the side of the people who pay your salary.
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‘Spotlight’ shines a light on all that’s right with journalism

Spotlight displays the best qualities of investigative reporting and why you should support this kind of journalism.
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Tulsa’s mayor weighs in on the issue of Syrian refugees

While improved screening practices are always a good idea — regardless of whether one of the attackers was a Syrian — it's unfair to punish people escaping that brand of hateful ideology merely because ISIS is trying to take over their country. It's also unfair to stigmatize Muslims among us.
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Former sheriff’s special treatment continues at courthouse

Prosecutors' decision to allow former Sheriff Stanley Glanz to skip the booking process is the latest example of favoritism shown to Glanz at the courthouse.
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How much heartbreak can one university take?

After confirmation that several people had died and dozens were injured when a car slammed into OSU's homecoming parade, football seemed so insignificant.
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