Shot by Shot: Oklahoma officer-involved shootings in 2019

Data about officer-involved shootings can be hard to find, so The Frontier actively tries to collect and store as much information as possible on every shooting.
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A Frontier Investigation: Forgotten Mothers

Forgotten Mothers is an ongoing series by The Frontier to examine and investigate maternal health in Oklahoma.
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Cell by Cell: Tracking every death in Oklahoma jails

We hope to uncover more about how and why people die in Oklahoma jails.
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Still Waiting: Juvenile life without parole in Oklahoma

Many Oklahomans serving life without parole for crimes committed as juveniles have struggled to get their cases reopened for a new sentencing hearing or even to get the courts to appoint them an attorney.
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Oklahoma officer-involved shootings in 2018

No in-depth accounting of shootings by Oklahoma law enforcement officers exists, so the staff of The Frontier is putting together a database of information.
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Here’s what Oklahoma voters should know for the 2018 general elections

This year, The Frontier is partnering with ProPublica on its Electionland project, a collaboration with newsrooms across the nation that aims to cover ballot access and voting issues. We'll share ways you can report your issues at the polls as the election nears.
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2018 election coverage

All of our stories about Oklahoma's 2018 elections.
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2018 Tulsa County District Attorney Election

The primary election for Tulsa County District Attorney is set for June 26. If a runoff election is necessary, it will be held Aug. 28. The general election is scheduled for Nov. 6.
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District attorney civil asset forfeiture revenues and expenditures

Detailed data from the Oklahoma District Attorneys Council for forfeiture revenues and expenditures during Fiscal Year 2017.
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Public official financial disclosure database

The database includes financial disclosure forms from all statewide elected officials, state legislators, district attorneys, judges and State Supreme Court justices.
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