Oklahoma frees 527 low-level offenders—and saves nearly $12 million.
Woman Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison for Selling $31 of Marijuana Lands Back in Jail for Court Fees
Fines continued to pile up for almost a decade.
Blaming opioid makers for the "opioid crisis" may be emotionally satisfying, but the reality is more complicated.
Can legal sales of prescription opioids constitute a nuisance? Two decisions, based on nearly identical statutes, reach diametrically opposed conclusions.
"I don't think that I deserve to pay $80 for something that is fixable — and I can fix it, if that's all you want me to do."
Gov. Kevin Stitt is expected to sign a bill removing so-called "good character" provisions from all Oklahoma's occupational licensing laws.
It's encouraging to see police stand up for inmates' rights.
Price gouging is not the evil many officials make it out to be.
The question now: Will the governor and her allies try to override the will of the voters?
The American Veterinary Medical Association states that nitrogen may be "distressing" for any animal other than birds.
Paternalistic nudging in action
Court-ordered program provides slave labor to private companies says new ACLU of Oklahoma lawsuit.
They are now facing possible investigation by the city of Vian.
300-page report identifies variety of problems with current application of the death penalty and makes dozens of recommendations.
Lots of teeth-gnashing and garment-rending by progressives soon to follow
A lawsuit challenges Oklahoma's new law prohibiting some American Indian artists from calling their artwork what it is.
Terence Crutcher was shot and tased by officers, received no immediate medical attention.
The Sooner State has the harshest drug laws in the country, so it's no surprise the state's prisons are over-crowded
Oklahoma Police Can Pull You Over and Digitally Seize Money Right Off the Pre-Paid Cards in Your Wallet
Another tool used to fight international trafficking comes home to local police.
Judge upholds jury's sentence recommendation for Robert Bates, who killed Eric Harris in gun purchase sting operation.
A trio of interesting stories aren't making national headlines.
A government lawyer encouraged corrections officials to proceed with an execution using the wrong drug.
Calls for federal reform to stop law enforcement agencies from bypassing state restrictions.
Robert Bates said he thought he was shooting his Taser, and was convicted of second degree manslaughter.
The two states want to join appeals filed by landowners and sheriffs.
Oklahoma Deputies Seize Thousands Raised by Burmese Christian Band and Claim It's Drug Proceeds (Update: Case Dropped)
Money donated to help Christian college in Burma, orphanage in Thailand.
Where other conservatives see cannabis chaos, Mike Ritze sees a victory for federalism.
Perturbed by smuggling, the two states had demanded an end to their neighbor's licensing and regulation of marijuana merchants.
Another Step Closer to Full Legalization
The Obama administration says Nebraska and Oklahoma have not described a genuine controversy with Colorado.
Despite significant doubts about Richard Glossip's guilt, Oklahoma is moving forward with its plan to execute him Wednesday afternoon.
Twenty-six and counting
The weekly gets both the past and the present wrong.
Gives judges more leeway for alternatives in some situations.
Perhaps the department thought managing the Sheriff's re-election campaign was training enough?
Holder argues Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 applies.