“The public needs to know about this,” Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter said as he ended the May press conference announcing that criminal charges had been filed against Richard and Ryan Tate.
“The only people in the whole mix that say these earthquakes aren’t man-made and not caused by wastewater disposal wells are those directly in the business,” Reid said.
Comedy is like a cousin of journalism. Journalists point out intellectual truths and psychological truths about things that are going on in the world. Comics, we can point out things that make people laugh by pointing out the fallibility, the strangeness and the twisted nature of things.
Oklahoma City voters will choose between proposals from the city and the firefighters’ union Jan. 10.
Senate Bill 424 allows local breweries to sell full-strength brews directly to consumers.
“Over the next 10 years, we’re going see marijuana descheduled and we’re going to see hemp farms everywhere,” Echo-Hawk predicted.
“At some point, all of us are capable of ending up at a public spot and begging because we are just trying to get the next meal.”
With no eyewitnesses, no murder weapon and only the barest of circumstantial evidence, the men on the jury were asked to convict a man and send him to his death simply because he was black and wore winter attire near the murder of a white man.
As the 2015 legislative season draws to a close — the deadline to end this session is Friday — here are 10 bills that you might not have heard about that were passed into law.
A record number of OKG readers sounded off about last week’s Supreme Court ruling as gay marriages were allowed across the metro and state.