Headlines: Opioid Trial Moves Forward, Keystone Dam Water Release & Edmond Woman Displays Invention

May 14, 2019

Local headlines for Tuesday, May 14, 2019:

  • An Oklahoma judge refuses to throw out the first case against opioid manufacturers.  (NewsOK)
  • State leaders take sides on the budget amid entrenched negotiations. (NewsOK)
  • A new law changes liquor distribution rules in Oklahoma. (Journal Record)
  • A Senate panel advances Governor Stitt’s nominee for Secretary of the Budget. (Journal Record)
  • Oklahoma pulls in a record $1.6B in April. (NewsOK)
  • Terrance Crutcher’s sister takes message to Washington, D.C. (Tulsa World)
  • A death row inmate loses his final appeal. (NewsOK)
  • Tulsa County citizens raise concerns over Sheriff and I.C.E. (Tulsa World)
  • Release of a list of priests accused of sex abuse is getting delayed. (NewsOK)
  • The US Army Corps of Engineers is releasing water in northeast Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)
  • OKC School computers attacked by malware. (NewsOK)
  • OG&E gets approval to recoup $53M cost for two power plants. (Journal Record)
  • Students look to an uncertain future at OU. (NewsOK)
  • Health experts say the state needs to do better. (Journal Record)
  • Edmond woman invents a device to help others. (NewsOK)