Rape Victims at the Capitol: When pain & politics collide

“The bottom line for us: All we wanted was the statute of limitations to be raised to age 45. There were a couple of men who wanted us just to go away. My problem is, if it’s fight or flight – I’m a fighter.” — Rep. Carol Bush, R-Tulsa.
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Shadow Land: How rape stays hidden in Oklahoma

Our investigation documents how the pleas of women and men who have been sexually assaulted have fallen on deaf ears from the state Capitol all the way to the White House.
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A Frontier Investigation: Shadow Land

The Frontier conducted more than 70 interviews to put the state’s undeclared rape crisis in perspective. The never-revealed stories of rape and sexual assault translate into hundreds of thousands of victims across the country each year.
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Joshua Barre shooting videos

Joshua Barre, 29, was shot and killed June 9 during an encounter with two Tulsa County Sheriff's Office deputies and one Tulsa Police Officer during a mental health call.
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The Trial of Betty Shelby

Our daily coverage of the Betty Shelby trial
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Elliott Williams trial coverage

Find our comprehensive coverage of the Elliott Williams trial here.
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Coverage of Tulsa’s jail

Read our coverage on deaths at David L. Moss and federal lawsuits against the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office stemming from incidents that allegedly happened at the jail.
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Scott Pruitt coverage

As Oklahoma's Attorney General, Scott Pruitt has spent his six years waging war against the EPA, which Preside-elect Donald Trump has selected him to lead. Here's our investigations on how he spent his time as attorney general and the days leading up to his confirmation hearing to be administrator of the EPA.
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Earthquake coverage

The number of earthquakes in Oklahoma has skyrocketed since 2009. Here is our ongoing coverage of quakes in the state.
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The Terence Crutcher shooting

Terence Crutcher, a 40-year-old black Tulsa man, was shot and killed Sept. 16, 2016, by Betty Shelby, a white Tulsa police officer. Here is our investigation into the shooting.
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