Tag Archives: Oklahoma Department of Corrections


Chicken-Fried News: Life of Riley

Chicken-Fried News: Life of Riley

Irish Mob member Chad “Big Homie” Nathan Hudson recently reached a deal with federal prosecutors to avoid a life sentence.


Chicken-Fried News: Justin Case

Yukon Rep. John Paul Jordan recently requested an interim study on a state question that might lead to the state legalizing medical marijuana.

Cheri Fuller poses for a photo with boxes of letters and books to be sent to children of parents who are incarcerated at the Oklahoma Messages Project in Edmond, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Oklahoma organization delivers special Christmas messages to children of inmates

Oklahoma Messages Project videotapes incarcerated parents reading books to their children.

Collin Walke sings the Yes on 780 and 781 petition as Abby Luna helps and Terry Fife looks on at Ralph Ellison Library, Friday, April 22, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Community forum addresses mass incarceration rates

Local interest groups and officials agree that something must be done to fix Oklahoma’s criminal justice system.

Shelia Jackson, Myra Brooks, and Tina McAtee work in a kitchen at TEEM in Oklahoma City, Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Incarcerated women get a second chance through TEEM

Local organizations work together to offer female inmates training so they can succeed after they are released.

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