The Big Break: A Missouri bank is largest buyer and seller of one Oklahoma tax credit

Between 2012 and 2017, Commerce Bank acquired more than $22.2 million in Oklahoma historic rehabilitation tax credits. Although a Legislative task force and a state commission have recommended reforming the program, state lawmakers have never followed through.
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In Oklahoma, pregnancy for black women can be a matter of life and death

With a maternal mortality rate three times that of white women, pregnancy for black women in Oklahoma is sometimes a matter of life and death.
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More Oklahoma women are dying from pregnancy-related causes, and the reasons are myriad

In Oklahoma, one woman dies each month and 70 more have life-threatening complications. The lessons learned from their cases are, for the most part, uncharted.
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Know what post-birth warning signs to watch for

Though most women who give birth do so without any problems, any woman can experience complications. It's important to be able to recognize warning signs and know what to do if they occur. 
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Judge delays ruling on case to overturn decades-old murder conviction

While announcing the delay, Tulsa District Court Judge Sharon Holmes asked for patience and apologized to Corey Atchison for delaying her ruling.
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After the death of a 16-year old, a judge has ordered new procedures for juveniles at Oklahoma County jail

A new ruling requires speedier assessment of minors booked into the jail to weigh whether they can be transferred to juvenile detention
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The Frontier is joining forces with ProPublica for a year-long journalism project

The Frontier is one of six news outlets across the country selected to join ProPublica's Local Reporting Network
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Before dying in prison of a ruptured appendix, Joshua England begged for medical attention

A federal lawsuit claims a 21-year old Oklahoma man vomited, wept and lay on floor of his cell doubled over in pain before his death. A doctor never examined him.
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More than 40 Oklahoma officers banned for sex crime convictions in last five years, records show

Sex-related offenses were the most common reasons for revocation of Oklahoma law enforcement officers' peace officer certifications between 2014 and 2018, according to records reviewed by The Frontier.
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D’Angelo Burgess Fled From Police. Does That Make Him a Killer?

The case raises issues about both felony murder charges and high-speed police pursuits.
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