Joe Exotic kept an AR-15 he said was ‘For Carole’

Investigator testified "Joe would have nothing to lose to try and follow out his original plans and have her killed — or have one one of his cultish followers do it.”
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Entrepreneur says he’s been cut out of Oklahoma tribe’s online poker venture

It was Fereidoun Khalilian — "Prince Fred," or “Khalifa,” as he sometimes signs emails — who put the concept of a Native-owned poker website together. The Iowa Tribe later changed the name of the venture, said his software didn’t work and now won’t even take his phone calls.
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Joe Exotic pleads not guilty to murder-for hire charges

In a jailhouse interview earlier this month, Maldonado-Passage told The Frontier that he had been “set up.”
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Little help for Oklahoma diabetics as cost of insulin soars

A study at the Oklahoma Legislature to examine high insulin prices was abruptly canceled. “It’s frustrating, but it doesn’t change the fact that I intend to file legislation to look at how we can address this issue,” Rep. Forrest Bennett said.
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Oklahoma gave Boeing $90 million in incentive money, along with a few other breaks

Some of the aerospace company's incentive deals with the state have retroactive start dates or were later amended to lower the employment threshold used to calculate the number of jobs company could claim payments on, The Frontier has found.
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Dark money groups spend tens of thousands of dollars leading up to Oklahoma runoff races

While political action committees must disclose their donors, dark money groups, which include social welfare groups, trade associations and unions, do not.
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Rep. Mullin still holds stock in company at center of New York criminal case

“He still owns the stock and is not under investigation,” said Amy Lawrence, spokeswoman for Mullin’s office. Federal prosecutors announced this week that a New York Republican Congressman had been charged with allegedly dumping his holdings of that stock.
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Moving the line: As casinos ready for new games, state officials eye a new deal with tribes

New games like roulette and craps are expected to bring in millions to the state, but some officials are looking toward casinos’ main source of revenue as a way to boost state revenue — electronic gaming.
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Auto dealership family pushes back against $46 million lawsuit, counter sues

The responses to the suit accuse Roundtree of selling damaged vehicles without disclosing it to customers, retaining customer rebates without disclosing it to customers or lending institutions, running credit reports without consent, and reporting false information to banks on vehicle sales.
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Survivors of Oklahoma City bombing left with questions about how money from disaster fund was distributed

Some survivors say they still struggle to gain access to millions of dollars donated to help them get on with their lives after the 1995 bombing
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