Execution records suit more than ‘Twitter opportunity’

The role of former Attorney General Scott Pruitt in a botched execution nearly three years ago has become newly relevant, now that he has assumed control of one of the most important federal agencies.
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River Parks enthusiasts, meet Janet Kendall, the quiet, steady force behind the park’s success

Established in 1974, River Parks today comprises more than 26 miles of paved trails and 300 acres of Turkey Mountain.
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With Iron Gate case possibly headed to district court, here’s a look at how that legal process works

The Board of Adjustment voted Thursday to deny Iron Gate's application for relocate its soup kitchen and grocery pantry, a move that is likely to send the case to district court.
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Here’s Mayor-elect G.T. Bynum’s plans for nine issues, including REI deal, that he’ll inherit Dec. 5

"We were very clear with the citizens of Tulsa, and have been with the Muscogee Creek Nation's leadership, that if the Nation doesn't contribute, the (south Tulsa) dam will not be built. Nothing has changed in that regard." G.T. Bynum
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Listen Frontier: Tulsa’s booming but its flag is lame. That’s about to change

For more information on why the city is getting a new flag and to submit ideas, go to www.tulsaflag.com
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City of Tulsa water board member rails against Right to Farm proposal

State Question 777 would give farmers and ranchers an additional — and some argue unprecedented — level of protection by prohibiting the Legislature from passing laws that would restrict farming and ranching practices “without a compelling state interest.”
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Iron Gate’s latest attempt to relocate its soup kitchen, grocery pantry, just got a lot trickier

Iron Gate's application for a special exception to the zoning code to build a new soup kitchen and grocery pattern near downtown is likely to be heard Nov. 17
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Bartlett’s city manager, economic development director confirm they won’t be on Bynum team

Two leading figures in Mayor Dewey Bartlett’s administration said Monday they will not be part of Mayor-Elect G.T. Bynum’s administration.
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Tulsa Parking Authority buys land in Brady Arts District for new parking facility

The Tulsa Parking Authority recently purchased a 45,000-square-foot property that runs along the north side of East Cameron Street from Boulder Avenue to Main Street.
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Tulsa police chief talks about city’s response to fatal police shooting

The criminal case against Betty Shelby is just beginning. Shelby, flanked by attorneys and law enforcement officers, pleaded not guilty Friday to the charge of first-degree manslaughter.
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