Amid nationwide protests, group renews call for ‘justice’ in Shawnee man’s death

“No justice has been brought. We’re tired of it,” said Michael Rowe, who knew Given. “We’re in front of this office that can do something about it. We want justice.”
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Oklahoma releases execution training protocol to attorneys for death row inmates

Oklahoma has not conducted an execution in more than 5 years. Friday's court filing moves Oklahoma one step closer to a resumption of executions.
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‘This is worth my life’: Call to action outweighs protestors’ fears of coronavirus

The coronavirus has been on 72-year-old Lawrence Lane's mind. But when a wave of protests started to emerge across the nation, Lane, who is black, felt a sense of commitment.
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Chief calls report ‘extremely flawed’ but data appears accurate in labeling OKC with second highest police killing rate

Oklahoma City Police Chief Wade Gourley disputed the accuracy of a widely shared report that claims his department has one of the highest rates of police killings but a review of the data by The Frontier showed the rate to be correct. 
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Residents and council members question police department’s budget request

Oklahoma City residents spent several hours Tuesday expressing concern with local policing practices during a virtual meeting of the city council, rebuking police for their response to protests in recent days and a request by the police chief for a funding increase. 
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Still no decision on curfew in Tulsa night after contentious protests

Tulsa mayor GT Bynum told The Frontier the decision on possibly implementing a curfew would be up to Tulsa Police. But the police department said the decision rested with Bynum.
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After 2 days of historic protests, Tulsa officials discuss their feelings about rallies

Mayor GT Bynum, Tulsa County Sheriff Vic Regalado and Tulsa Police Department Major Travis Yates appeared on the Pat Campbell show on KFAQ 1170 on Monday morning.
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Stitt calls National Guard to OKC and Tulsa following protests

Gov. Kevin Stitt has called the Oklahoma National Guard to state active duty in Oklahoma City and Tulsa in response to multiple days of protests that have included clashes with local police. 
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Legacy of racism spotlighted as protests continued in Oklahoma

“Enough is enough,” said Alva Boyd, an Oklahoma City resident who said the current unrest in America reminds her of the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. 
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‘It’s more than just George’: Wave of national unrest reaches Oklahoma

What had started as a peaceful protest at a busy intersection in northwest Oklahoma City ended in downtown with tear gas being fired into crowds as police officers formed a perimeter around their headquarters
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