Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond has ordered an independent counsel to review Richard Glossip’s murder conviction and death sentence.
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An Oklahoma State Senator has proposed a bill that would phase out the use of federal funding for public education.
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has approved Attorney General Gentner Drummond’s request to slow down the rate of executions in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond is asking the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals to slow down the rate of executions in McAlester.
Newly released court documents claim that one of Athena Brownfield’s caregivers killed her on Christmas Day and buried her near Rush Springs.
Members of the Cantrell family shared their statements following Eizember’s execution.
Scott Eizember has been executed.
A Bartlesville police officer at the center of a multi-agency investigation has resigned.
The Okmulgee County District Attorney has filed four counts of first-degree murder against Joe Kennedy.
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has denied a second evidentiary hearing application filed by Richard Glossip. This was Glossip’s second application. The first was denied last week.