Carter County Sheriff’s Office failed to report 2015 inmate death to state jail inspector

The state's jail inspector was unaware it did not investigate Michael Manos' death until questions from The Frontier.
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Former Oklahoma halfway house inmate charged in Ardmore double homicide

Accused murderer Carlton Franklin denied involvement in the killings in a jailhouse interview with the The Frontier earlier this year.
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Tell us your story about Oklahoma rehabs that use unpaid labor

We’re looking for more tips about rehabs that require unpaid labor in Oklahoma, and we want to hear from you.
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Court records: Carter County Jail ‘not equipped to provide’ help mentally ill man needed

Michael Manos' mother is urging a federal judge to allow a lawsuit to continue and deny requests from the former and current sheriff asking to dismiss it.
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Campaign filings show Oklahoma anti-medical marijuana group was heavily financed by energy industry

The biggest single donor to the group opposing the ballot measure was Forward Oklahoma City, an arm of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, which donated a total of $190,000.
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Walmart, Costco step up financial backing efforts in support of eye care state question

Yes On 793, a political action committee that formed on May 25, has raised about $130,000, with the bulk of those contributions coming from Walmart and Costco, according to Oklahoma Ethics Commission filings. 
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Following state budget cuts, Oklahoma’s Adult Protective Services is doing more with less

Following years of state budget cuts, Adult Protective Service workers have had to rethink how they approach their work as they take on more cases with less resources.
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The Meat Man v. The State of Oklahoma

He went to prison for stealing $52 in steaks. For 27 years, he never gave up fighting for his freedom.
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After Oklahoma counts its untested rape kits, the issue of how to pay to process them remains

Oklahoma has counted most of its untested rapes kits, but now agencies must find a way to pay to analyze more than 7,000 of them.
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Alleged embezzlement caught at Broken Arrow nonprofit, but records show the wrong woman was charged with the crime

A Frontier investigation discovered police identified the wrong woman in documents forwarded to the district attorney, who then charged an unrelated woman with embezzlement.
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