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Civics

NonDoc journalists report on the civic realm in Oklahoma and beyond. Our site also publishes a variety of commentary pieces about civic matters. As a site category, "Civics" encompasses three subcategories: Education, Health Care and Politics.

Civics

NonDoc journalists report on the civic realm in Oklahoma and beyond. Our site also publishes a variety of commentary pieces about civic matters. As a site category, "Civics" encompasses three subcategories: Education, Health Care and Politics.
Joe Kimmons

AG asked to examine OSBI director after discipline dispute reveals attorney conflict

(Editor's note: The following article includes reference to a racial slur.) The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation's governing body voted 6-0 on Wednesday to send...
Ron Arthur sentenced, Shawnee

‘Incalculable impact’: Shawnee coach Ron Arthur sentenced to 5 years in prison

SHAWNEE — In a short hearing this afternoon, Pottawatomie County District Court Judge John Canavan accepted a jury's recommendation and sentenced former Shawnee Public...
Del City Oklahoma County Jail, 1901 E. Grand Blvd.

Despite Del City’s lawsuit threat, Grand Boulevard site picked for new Oklahoma County Jail

After hours of public comments and a protracted executive session led to a five-hour meeting today, the Oklahoma County Board of Commissioners selected a...
EPS accreditation

Facing Walters’ accreditation threat, EPS asks OK Supreme Court to block OSDE book rules

Facing a purported threat to the accreditation status of Edmond Public Schools, the district's Board of Education voted unanimously at a special meeting today...
Oklahoma County Del City

Tensions rise between Del City and Oklahoma County on jail site selection

Site selection for the new Oklahoma County Jail continues to be a source of frustration, with Del City leaders threatening to sue the county...
ClassWallet suit dismissed

Legal roundup: ClassWallet suit dismissed, SCOTUS takes Glossip case again, Eagleton sentenced

For the second time, Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond has dismissed litigation filed by Gov. Kevin Stitt against a vendor involved in the administration...
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‘Why are you doing this?’: Muscogee Nation same-sex marriage bill fails

Despite constitutional concerns about the tribe's prohibition on recognizing same-sex marriage, a Muscogee National Council committee rejected a bill 1-3 Thursday that would have...
FY 2025 revenue estimate

With FY 2025 revenue estimate up amid tax-cut talk, new budget process takes center stage

Despite hopes that today's Oklahoma Board of Equalization meeting would put state leaders on the same page about revenue estimates and appropriation possibilities, not...
discriminatory covenants

Bill would let cities remove racially discriminatory covenants from land records

As part of an ongoing legislative push to expunge racist language from land records, Sen. Kristen Thompson is running a bill that would allow...
INTEGRIS Health cyberattack

‘Corporate amnesia’: Class-action lawsuit criticizes INTEGRIS Health cyberattack response

Several lawsuits have been filed against INTEGRIS Health, the largest not-for-profit Oklahoma-owned health system in the state, after a hacker claims to have obtained...

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