A former aide to Gov. Mary Fallin faces charges for allegedly taking a photo or video up a woman’s skirt at a budget meeting.
Former Feed the Children CEO J.C. Watts sounded an alarm that led to an ongoing investigation of the internationally famous nonprofit.
Oklahoma’s A-F school report cards are out, and someone’s definitely in trouble.
An Oklahoma senator learned of his outstanding warrant while applying to go on a ride-along to observe civil asset forfeiture issues.
Local interest groups and officials agree that something must be done to fix Oklahoma’s criminal justice system.
A former Oklahoma City police offer was convicted of pointing a gun at someone and forced to resign.
JediOKC continues its outreach efforts and prepares for the new Star Wars movie.
Al Gerhart Credit: Mark Hancock “For us, it’s the concern we have any time we see a prosecutorial process or law enforcement being used to potentially chill speech that is, in our mind, protected political speech,” said Brady Henderson, legal director of ACLU of Oklahoma. “It may not be pleasant speech, it may not be…
Credit: Brad Gregg Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater has charged Karen Mae Clifton, executive director of the American Racing Pigeon Union (AU); internationally known pigeon racer Richard Wayne Mardis; and James Orr Steele, president of Pigeon Racers of Oklahoma (PRO), with felony commercial-gambling charges. PETA investigators in 2010 allegedly witnessed illegal betting totaling nearly…
Prater announced the filings late today. “Every effort was made by me to resolve this matter in a fair and equitable manner before the filing of the criminal information,” he said in a written statement. He also indicated the board members were offered an opportunity to step down two at a time to allow the…