- Oklahoma AG files anti-discrimination lawsuit Updated: Apr-15-14 5:56 pm
- Oklahoma AG cautions about tax and rebate scams Updated: Apr-14-14 3:05 am
- Oklahoma reveals drugs it will use in executions Updated: Apr-01-14 6:51 pm
- Free document shredding set at Oklahoma Capitol Updated: Apr-01-14 3:19 am
- Death penalty opponents upset over state comments Updated: Mar-27-14 6:06 pm
- Okla. AG taps director of Civil Rights Enforcement Updated: Mar-27-14 3:10 am
- Missouri AG silent on Oklahoma execution ruling Updated: Mar-26-14 5:06 pm
- Oklahoma court resets executions amid drug search Updated: Mar-18-14 6:13 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma's attorney general has filed an anti-discrimination lawsuit against a Miami restaurant and its owner over allegations of sexual harassment of employees.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Attorney General Scott Pruitt is warning Oklahomans about tax and rebate scams as the deadline nears to file personal income tax returns.
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.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Attorney General's Office is teaming with a private data company to provide free document shredding in Oklahoma City.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Death-penalty opponents say they're "deeply disturbed" that an Oklahoma assistant attorney general suggested they are behind threats to companies that supply drugs for executions.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has named Chris S. Thrutchley as director of the Office of Civil Rights Enforcement.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - The Missouri attorney general's office isn't commenting about any potential implications from a court ruling about Oklahoma's execution policies.
OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma court on Tuesday rescheduled a pair of executions set for this week and next so state prison officials will have more time to find a supply of drugs for the lethal injections.