According to Chicago Tribune, Stoops and his wife Carol recently paid $2.25 million for a four-bedroom vintage row home, which is next door to another home they purchased last year for $2.25 million.
“We can study and we can present it in the courtroom in a 3-D manner,” Neuman said. “It puts the jury right at the crime scene.”
They have put away those stuffy coats and stocked up on sunblock because it is time to plan that dream vacation getaway.
They often attract vandals and partiers and are seen as eyesores that are detrimental to neighborhoods.
The Silver Bullet strikes — and gets stuck in the middle of a ride with passengers — again!
The Friendly Market proprietors were let off the hook when a Cleveland County jury found them not guilty of selling drug paraphernalia.
A hooded bandit broke into a local propane and outdoor kitchen store and stole a couple grills worth thousands of dollars.
An Oklahoma lawmaker has proposed a law making it legal to point a gun at someone.
Attorney General Mike Hunter wants to move forward on the death penalty in Oklahoma despite a report showing systemic flaws that sometimes result in wrongful convictions.
Executives at Tate Publishing & Enterprises were recently arrested and charged with multiple felonies.