Split between city and county over jail has some inmates spending time in two facilities

City officials say the new system of having two detention facilities located within blocks of each other has helped save taxpayer money
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Judge: Oklahoma Governor, Public Safety Commissioner broke state’s open records law

A lawsuit was filed in December 2014 against Fallin and then-Department of Public Safety Commissioner Michael Thompson by former Frontier editor Ziva Branstetter and the BH Media Group, owner of the Tulsa World.
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Oklahoma science teacher has met twice with Gov. Mary Fallin to voice funding concerns

“I think she heard us. I think she listened to us, but I don’t think it was much more than that."
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The majority of officers involved in shootings this year remain anonymous

After Stillwater police shot and killed John Dominguez, they said they would not release the names of the officers involved in the shooting. They're not alone, a Frontier investigation found.
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Oklahoma teachers look to November election for change

Momentum is one thing teachers running for office have on their side.
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‘Justice for Danyelle’ bill would bar sex offenders from living near their victims

Danyelle Dyer's case has moved lawmakers in at least three states to consider amending sex offender laws.
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Cyndi Ralston hopes to surf ‘The McDugle Tsunami’ to the state Capitol

Ralston was at least a week away from announcing her bid to unseat Kevin McDugle, R-Broken Arrow. Then his viral video changed everything.
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Fact check: An update on claims of Antifa and paid protesters from Chicago at the Oklahoma teacher walkout

Yes, there were protesters from Chicago at the state Capitol. There were people from an anti-racist group wearing bandanas too.
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Fact check: Antifa, paid protesters and death threats at the Oklahoma teacher walkout

Here's a fact check for day three of the teacher walkout at the state Capitol.
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