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Oklahoma court rules that moms who use medical marijuana while pregnant aren’t breaking the law

Written By: Brianna Bailey  (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) Women with state medical cards who use marijuana during pregnancy can’t be prosecuted for child neglect, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal...

Tulsa judge tosses rape conviction after man’s three-decade quest to prove his innocence

Written By: Dylan Goforth (TULSA, Okla.) A judge threw out the conviction on Tuesday of a Tulsa man who served 24 years in prison after being convicted of rape. The Frontier profiled...

After Oklahoma banned some state-funded DEI initiatives, schools renamed offices and shuffled jobs

Written By: Ari Fife (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) The University of Oklahoma is closing all diversity, equity and inclusion offices and the University of Central Oklahoma dissolved a committee...

Oklahoma cops can still use training banned in other states after allegations it promotes violence and illegal tactics

Written By: Ashlynd Huffman  (OKLAHOMA) A medic for the Oklahoma and Canadian county sheriff’s tactical team stood in front of nearly 1,000 officers from across the country in Atlantic...

Housing groups launch new homelessness council after Stitt dissolved the official one

Written By Kayla Branch (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) A year after Gov. Kevin Stitt dissolved a statewide council on ending homelessness, providers have launched an independent group to collect...

Oklahoma Senator wants taxpayers to pay for land buys from Grand Lake flooding

Written By: Clifton Adcock (MIAMI, Okla.) United States Sen. Markwayne Mullin wants to make the federal government pay to buy flooded Oklahoma lands along the main tributaries of Grand...

Oklahoma election task force recommends fighting dark money by lifting contribution limits

Written By: Clifton Adcock (OKLAHOMA) Gov. Kevin Stitt’s Task Force on Campaign Finance and Election Threats recommends allowing politicians to accept unlimited contributions from...

Ryan Walters’ shadow looms over election losses in three Tulsa School Board races

Written By: Dylan Goforth (TULSA, Okla.) When John Croisant began knocking doors and talking to voters last August in his bid to remain Tulsa’s District 5 school board representative, he...

A group formed by one candidate’s husband is buying ads in Tulsa school board races

Written By: Clifton Adcock (TULSA, Okla.) A school board candidate for Tulsa Public Schools is receiving support from a political organization her husband formed.  Read this story on...

One prisoner called 911 for help at an understaffed Oklahoma prison

Written By: Ashlynd Huffman (HOLDENVILLE, Okla.) With no correctional officers nearby, a prisoner ran into an unlocked office looking for a phone after a knife fight left one man...