“I will remind you, the poultry companies put arsenic in the feed for decades…These decisions are dictated by the companies who don’t give a damn what goes into the water in Oklahoma.”
Despite two days of court testimony, the question of whether Terence Crutcher was married in the eyes of Oklahoma law remains unanswered.
State Question 777 would give farmers and ranchers an additional — and some argue unprecedented — level of protection by prohibiting the Legislature from passing laws that would restrict farming and ranching practices “without a compelling state interest.”
Both Vic Regalado and challenger Rex Berry expressed some level of campaign fatigue in a series of recent interviews with The Frontier.
'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.Full Story
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. 17Full Story
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.Full Story
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.Full Story