In Oklahoma, fundraising among Democratic challengers swings to Warren

Trump still commands a dominating fundraising lead, followed by a group of Democrats including O’Rourke, Warren, Buttigieg and Sanders.
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Survey: Tell us about your experience with maternal health care in Oklahoma

Your answers will help us learn more about what works in the system and what doesn't. It takes about three minutes to fill out. 
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Ardmore refinery sues chemical manufacturers for toxic ‘forever chemical’

The lawsuit accuses the companies of product liability for defective design, product liability for failure to warn, negligence, gross negligence, fraud and deceit, breach of warranties, unjust enrichment and violation of the Oklahoma Consumer Protection Act.
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As opioid crisis surged, state pharmacy board member had the busiest pharmacy in Tulsa County

The pharmacy, Spoon Drug, sits in a small shopping center just off the Sand Springs Expressway next to a Taco Bueno and a nail salon. It is owned and operated by James “Jim” Spoon, a longtime member of the state’s pharmacy board and current Sand Springs mayor.
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Cell by Cell: With low starting pay and high turnover, Oklahoma County struggles to fully staff jail

“It’s just a merry-go-round of employees who are always starting and quitting within three months, a very short period."
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Detention of migrant children at Fort Sill set for August

“They are still in the beginning stages of finding contractors and doing background checks,” Donelle Harder, a spokeswoman for Gov. Kevin Stitt, said. “It seems at a minimum four weeks or more.”
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Jury rules in favor of Mayes County deputy in fatal shooting lawsuit

The seven jurors reached a verdict in favor of Mayes County Deputy Kyle Wilson after less than two hours of deliberation in the lawsuit filed in 2015 by Janelle Bridges, widow of 33-year-old Shane Bridges.
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In wake of criminal investigation into Epic Charter Schools, lawmaker has questions for State Superintendent

“I plan to ask her how she is planning to cooperate in a way that hasn’t already been taking place,” Provenzano said. “If the state department is doing its job ... then $10 million doesn’t go poof.”
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Mayes County deputy testifies that the man he killed was ‘a friend,’ but had fired a gun at him before being shot

Also on Tuesday, Bridge’s widow, Janelle Bridges, testified that she did not hear her husband pick up or fire a weapon prior to Wilson shooting at him, and that she heard her husband come back inside the house prior to Wilson opening fire.
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Tulsa man’s 1991 murder conviction overturned by judge who said she was ‘appalled’ by prosecution’s tactics

After 28 years in prison, Corey Atchison heard the words he'd been waiting on for so long: "Mr. Atchison, you are a free man."
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