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  • Health care facility charged with Medicaid fraud

    Attorney General Scott Pruitt has filed Medicaid fraud charges against two operators of Central Oklahoma Behavioral Health Services, LLC.

  • Oklahoma attorney general warns of phone scam

    Attorney General Scott Pruitt has issued a scam warning after his agency received a complaint that someone may be calling consumers claiming to be with the Oklahoma Health Care Authority.

  • Okla. attorney general wants to join death review

    Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt says he wants his office involved in the investigation into the botched execution of an Oklahoma death row inmate.

  • Protester John Walters of Oklahoma City holds a sign urging Gov. Mary Fallin to issue a stay in the execution of two inmates, near the Governor's Mansion in Oklahoma City on Tuesday, April 29, 2014. A botched execution that used a new drug combination left an Oklahoma inmate writhing and clenching his teeth on the gurney Tuesday, leading prison officials to halt the proceedings before the inmate's eventual death from a heart attack. (AP Photo/The Oklahoman, KT King)

    Governor calls for review after botched execution

    Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin named a member of her Cabinet on Wednesday to lead a review of how the state conducts executions after a botched procedure that the White House said fell short of the humane standards required.

  • FILE - This June 29, 2011 file photo provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections shows Charles Warner. Warner is one of is one of two Oklahoma death row inmates scheduled to be executed who have sued state corrections officials to obtain details about the lethal drugs that will be used to execute them, including their source. (AP Photo/Oklahoma Department of Corrections, File)

    Oklahoma court puts 2 executions on hold

    A sharply divided Oklahoma Supreme Court on Monday put on hold the executions of two death row inmates who have challenged the secrecy surrounding the source of the state's lethal injection drugs.

  • Roundup of Oklahoma editorials

    Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers:

  • Okla.'s top prosecutor wants drug source secret

    With two executions pending this month, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt said Thursday his office is willing to provide details about the drugs being used in lethal injections, including dosage protocols and independent test results, but will not name the supplier.

  • Investigator named Oklahoma consumer champion

    A longtime fraud investigator for a district attorney in southeast Oklahoma has been honored with this year's Brad Edwards Consumer Champion Award.

  • Free document shredding set at Oklahoma Capitol

    The Oklahoma Attorney General's Office is teaming with a private data company to provide free document shredding in Oklahoma City.

  • Okla. AG sues feds over endangered species

    Oklahoma's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against the federal government over its decision to settle a lawsuit with an environmental group over the listing status of several animal species.

  • Attorney says Okla. AG abused rewrite discretion

    The attorney general's office abused its discretion by rewriting a ballot title for a petition to place storm shelters in Oklahoma public schools, a lawyer for the initiative's supporters told the state Supreme Court on Tuesday.

  • Okla. AG asks judge to strike health care law rule

    Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has asked a federal judge to strike down a regulation that is part of the federal health care overhaul law.

  • Red-blue split seen in wood-burning suit

    Eight states Wednesday sued the Environmental Protection Agency over what they say is the agency's lax regulation of emissions from wood-burning heaters, the latest in a battle that's pitting red states against blue states over how much influence interest groups wield at the agency.

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