Six months after release from prison, Tulsa men found innocent

The Court of Criminal Appeals on Thursday declared Malcolm Scott and De'Marchoe Carpenter innocent in a 1994 murder for which they'd been in prison more than 20 years.
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After passage of criminal justice reform measures, both sides discuss what happens next

Critics asked on Wednesday how long it would take for the proposed savings to trickle down, funding much-needed treatment options across the state.
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State superintendent, political consultants among 5 charged with violating state campaign laws

State Education Superintendent Joy Hofmeister, political powerbroker Fount Holland and the head of the Oklahoma Education Association along with two other people were charged four counts Thursday with violating state campaign laws related to Hofmeister’s 2014 campaign, records show.
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Council’s practice of investigating itself after ethics complaints could end soon

Ten ethics complaints have been filed against city councilors since 2012. In every instance, the complaints were found to be unsubstantiated or councilors were found to have acted properly.
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Judge orders GoFundMe funds be handed over to Crutcher estate

Despite two days of court testimony, the question of whether Terence Crutcher was married in the eyes of Oklahoma law remains unanswered.
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For sheriff candidates Vic Regalado and Rex Berry, there’s good news: It’s almost over

Both Vic Regalado and challenger Rex Berry expressed some level of campaign fatigue in a series of recent interviews with The Frontier.
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DOC: Amber Hilberling dies of suspected suicide

Amber Hilberling, a Tulsa woman whose high-profile murder conviction drew national attention, was found dead of a suspected suicide in her prison cell Monday, DOC officials confirmed early Tuesday.
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Tulsa judge orders release of 911 calls from home of Terence Crutcher

District Judge Kurt Glassco has ordered the city to release records related to 911 calls from the home of Terence Crutcher, which could show whether the officer who shot him to death had been called to his home before.
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Company that asked sheriff to change bid criteria chosen for jail contract

Turn Key Medical has been selected to be the new Tulsa Jail inmate medical care provider, pending county commissioner approval. The company is operated by a state representative who contributed to Sheriff Vic Renaldo's campaign and asked the Sheriff's Office to change its bid requirements so Turn Key could bid.
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Partisan primary races for sheriff have had a strange side effect in ‘Little Dixie’

As the two Tulsa County Sheriff Candidates prepare for election day, we look at a side effect of the partisan primary process.
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