State appeals judge’s order in “Innocent Man” case

The Attorney General's Office also requested a stay of U.S. District Judge James H. Payne's order requiring the state to either permanently release Karl Fontenot or hold a new trial for him within 120 days.
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Cell by Cell: The complete list of people who have died in Oklahoma jails in 2019

The Frontier is tracking every jail death in Oklahoma in 2019. We hope to uncover more about how and why people die in Oklahoma jails. 
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Current CLEET director resigned amid controversy from last law enforcement job

Jesus "Eddie" Campa resigned in 2017 as Marshall, Texas, police chief while an officer association was looking into allegations he had tracked his own officers with GPS devices without their knowledge.
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Which DHS positions will see the largest pay raises?

When looking at the top 10% of job titles getting the largest pay increases, the vast majority were for management and administrative positions. 
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Guardians of the Gates: Gateway Ministries and the church that wasn’t

Jesse Rodgers' 'church' hasn't had a congregation or service in more than five years. But it has been used to obtain tax exemptions for his family's house.
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An Oklahoma hospital has a new system to reduce C-sections: It starts with a simple whiteboard.

Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa is one of four hospitals in the country to take part in a pilot program aimed to reduce C-section delivery rates.
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Delaware County residents ask judge to stop water board from issuing short-term permits to poultry farm

The lawsuit alleges that OWRB’s issuance of multiple short-term groundwater permits since 2018 violated the plaintiffs’ rights.
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Honor System: Agency tasked with continuing education of Oklahoma officers takes training ‘on good faith’

CLEET is responsible for accreditation of “continuing education” officers receive, but the agency said the quality of the curriculum is based on the “honor system.”
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I spent six months reviewing Oklahoma’s juvenile life without parole cases and found the state might be violating prisoners’ constitutional rights

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that life without parole should be reserved for only juveniles who are incapable of rehabilitation. Oklahoma has lagged behind in reviewing these cases under new legal standards.
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In McAlester officer-involved shooting, many questions, but few answers

Mark "Anson" Schoggins was shot and killed by authorities in July. Weeks later, his family is still waiting for answers for their many questions.
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