26, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma AG files petition with US Supreme Court on ACA lawsuit
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt announced Thursday he has filed a petition for certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court to review Oklahoma’s lawsuit challenging illegal IRS subsidies as part of the Affordable Care Act.
25, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Pruitt wants Oklahoma challenge in Supreme Court
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to consider Oklahoma's challenge to the federal health care law.
25, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Ex-cop indicted for teaching clients how to beat polygraphs
Mary Papenfuss OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 14 (UPI) -- A former police officer who started a polygraph company has been indicted in federal court for instructing customers on how to cheat on lie-detector tests.
25, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Oversight by Utah magistrate requested in Oklahoma City bombing case
A Utah lawyer is asking that a federal magistrate be appointed to oversee the FBI's compliance with court orders in his lawsuit seeking records on the Oklahoma City bombing. In a memorandum filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Salt Lake City, attor...
25, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Local man accused of training people to lie on polygraph tests
OKLAHOMA CITY – A former Oklahoma City law enforcement officer is accused of training customers to lie and conceal crimes during polygraph examinations. Officials say 69-year-old Douglas Williams, owner of Polygraph.com, has been indicted on obstruction of justice and mail fraud charges. Williams allegedly marketed his training services to people appearing for polygraph examinations before […]
25, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma Blocks Doctor Admission Law Limiting Abortions
Oklahoma’s Supreme Court temporarily blocked enforcement of two state laws curbing women’s access to abortions, each enacted this year by Republican Governor Mary Fallin, who is up for re-election today.
22, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Court-Appointed Experts Say Oklahoma DHS Still Failing Kids
Experts in the class-action lawsuit against Oklahoma's Department of Human Services say the agency is not doing enough to protect children in the child welfare system.
12, Oct 2014 - New Oklahoma procedures increase sedative fivefold in executions
By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - Oklahoma set up new procedures on executions that include increasing by five times the dosage of a controversial sedative that was among the drugs used in a botched execution in April, which prompted the state to suspend lethal injections. The new procedures, announced late on Tuesday, allow the corrections department director to choose from four lethal ...
11, Oct 2014 - Court ends stay in Okla., Utah gay marriage cases
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A federal appeals court has lifted its stay in gay marriage cases in Oklahoma and Utah, clearing the way for same-sex nuptials to begin in both states.
11, Oct 2014 - New details on fatal shooting
Clint Wells, AZ; The Forest Service Officer involved shooting that occurred on Friday, September 19, 2014 in the Blue ridge area which resulted in the death of the individual who attacked the officer is ongoing. The deceased man has been identified as sixty-six year old Courtney James VanRiper also spelled Van Ripper with a last known address in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is also believed that ...
10, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK DPS report: Woman used breast pump as distraction
An Oklahoma City woman allegedly began using a breast pump to distract a state trooper from searching her vehicle during a Carson County traffic stop that netted 15 pounds of methamphetamine, according to court records filed Thursday.
10, Oct 2014 - Marriage license issued to Tulsa same-sex couple
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Tulsa County Court Clerk's Office has issued a marriage license to a couple who successfully challenged the state's ban on gay marriage.
09, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Fallin blasts court for gay marriage decision
Gov. Mary Fallin is criticizing the federal courts for allowing gay marriage in Oklahoma, saying the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court is a violation of states' rights.
04, Apr 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma officials express support for Hobby Lobby
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma officials expressed support Tuesday for Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. as attorneys argued before the U.S. Supreme Court over the federal health care law's mandate that employers offer emergency contraceptives like the morning-after pill. Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby is challenging the law's mandate that ...
04, Apr 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Death row inmates ask for stay of executions
Lawyers for two Oklahoma death-row inmates say that despite adverse rulings for condemned killers from Missouri and Texas before the U.S. Supreme Court, they believe their challenge to the state's execution law...
04, Apr 2014 - Oklahoma Catholics seek legal relief from Obamacare mandate
Local Catholic leaders are plaintiffs in a new lawsuit seeking relief from a federal rule forcing employers to provide insurance covering contraception. Archdiocese of Oklahoma City spokeswoman Tina Dzurisin said the Catholic Benefits Association filed suit Wednesday morning in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. Dzurisin said the association represents nearly 200 ...
04, Apr 2014 - Oklahoma inmates to seek execution stays
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Lawyers for two Oklahoma death-row inmates say they believe they will be successful in their challenge to the state's execution law, despite adverse U.S. Supreme Court rulings for condemned men from Missouri and Texas. Clayton Lockett and Charles Warner sued the state of Oklahoma in February over what they called a "veil of secrecy" surrounding execution protocols and the ...
01, Apr 2014 - Longtime Oklahoma City federal court clerk to retire
Robert D. Dennis began his work as the federal court clerk in 1985.
01, Apr 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma City attorney charged with three tax offenses
Attorney Doug Friesen has handled high-profile shooting cases.
20, Sep 2013 - Oklahoma City, OK Former Oklahoma City University employee charged with wire fraud
Lisa C. Riggs is charged with one count of wire fraud in federal court. She was the executive assistant to former President Tom McDaniel from May 2004 to July 2010.