After the latest reprieve from the governor, he’s scheduled for execution in February.
Delaying Glossip's execution until December allows the courts to consider new evidence that might prove his innocence.
If all of the ballot initiatives succeed, pot will be legal in 25 states.
A newly unearthed letter suggests the primary witness against Glossip (and the actual killer) had regrets and made a “mistake.”
Educational freedom is good for everybody but unions, bureaucrats, and the education establishment.
A federal judge rules against effort to stop use of three-drug cocktail.
Charter schools are included in the mandate that students use facilities of their birth sex, regardless of what students and families might want.
Bill sponsor had expressed concern about students and faculty being punished for their political beliefs.
"This is gonna be so fun," one officer says.
In exchange, Jones shall “never again be eligible to apply for, be considered for, or receive any additional commutation, pardon, or parole.”
The state’s pardon board vote to recommend clemency for Julius Jones. He’s scheduled to be put to death on Thursday.
Whatever this system is, it is not pro-life.
Much of what government does is tax people to try to fix problems that government caused.
Canadian County Sheriff's deputies said Thai Nang's cash was drug money. He says he was buying land, and a local news outlet was easily able to find records backing his story up.
Oklahoma, Alabama, and Montana are the latest states to deregulate homemade food sales.
University of Oklahoma Diversity Training Forces Students and Faculty To Affirm the School's Political Views
The mandatory online training requires users to select the “right” speech before they finish.
One very sketchy story about an Oklahoma City teen’s tragic death has gone viral.
Lessons learned from the zookeeper Netflix made famous
Oklahoma messed up three executions in just two years.
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.