28, Jul 2014 - Appeals court upholds ruling voiding Oklahoma gay marriage ban
By Heide Brandes Oklahoma City (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld a lower court decision voiding as unconstitutional Oklahoma's ban on same-sex marriage, drawing on a similar decision it made for Utah. The decision by the three-judge panel of the Denver-based 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is the latest in a series of rulings by judges in federal and state courts to find such ...
24, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK State Supreme Court urged to take old rate case
Supporters of a lawsuit over a 1989 Oklahoma Corporation Commission order setting telephone rates for a predecessor of AT&T have taken their argument to a state Supreme Court referee.
04, Apr 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma To Reveal Drugs Used To Execute Prisoners
Oklahoma has revealed the drugs that will be used to execute prisoners, but the state and Attorney General Scott Pruitt will continue to fight to protect the origin of those drugs.
04, Apr 2014 - Updated 2013-14 NBA Playoff Picture: Wednesday, April 2
A whopping 13 games were played on Wednesday in the NBA , meaning there were a whole lot of playoff implications. With the exception of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Portland Trail Blazers and Dallas Mavericks, every team in the postseason race took to the court, many playing for their very playoff lives. And no team is playoff team would be more improbable than the New York Knicks. A first-round ...
03, Apr 2014 - Tulsa, OK Lawyers: The purpose of marriage is procreation - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Marriage exists for its procreative potential, not just as recognition of a loving relationship between two people, and the U.S. Supreme Court agrees, lawyers for an Oklahoma clerk said in a new court filing.
02, Apr 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma reveals drugs it will use in executions; combination has been used only in Florida
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma on Tuesday revealed the combination of drugs it plans to use to execute two men later this month — a mix that's been used by just one other state.