Facebook posts among evidence in Crutcher marriage hearing

This photo of Terence Crutcher and his wife, Frenchel Johnson, along with their children at Christmas appears on the GoFundMe account set up in Terence's name.
'He was my soul mate,' Frenchel Johnson told a Tulsa District Court judge Tuesday, wiping tears from her eyes. The hearing, which continues Wednesday, will determine whether Terence Crutcher and Johnson were legally married under the state's common law.
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DOC: Amber Hilberling dies of suspected suicide

Amber Hilberling. Courtesy
Amber Hilberling, a Tulsa woman whose high-profile murder conviction drew national attention, was found dead of a suspected suicide in her prison cell Monday, DOC officials confirmed early Tuesday.
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Iron Gate’s latest attempt to relocate its soup kitchen, grocery pantry, just got a lot trickier

Iron Gate officials confirmed Wednesday that they have identified  a site on which to construct a new soup kitchen and grocery pantry. The xxxx-acre lot is between Seventh and Eighth streets and and south Elgin Avenue and Kenosha Avenue. Iron Gate's effort to relocate from downtown to the Pearl District last year was rebuffed after an outcry from Pearl District residents who claimed the project would hurt their property values and potentially lead to more homeless people in the area. 
Iron Gate's application for a special exception to the zoning code to build a new soup kitchen and grocery pattern near downtown is likely to be heard Nov. 17
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Tulsa judge orders release of 911 calls from home of Terence Crutcher

After a hearing last month, Frenchel Johnson told reporters she just wanted what was best for her and her children. ALLISON HERRARA/For The Frontier
District Judge Kurt Glassco has ordered the city to release records related to 911 calls from the home of Terence Crutcher, which could show whether the officer who shot him to death had been called to his home before.
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Video of latest Tulsa police shooting shows officers deployed Tasers before using lethal force

Tulsa police. DYLAN GOFORTH/The Frontier
The video shows police repeatedly yelling “drop the knife” at the man as he walks down the middle of the street near McDonald’s at 1708 E. First St.
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