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Training expert says changes are needed

Posted by Bob Sands

Oklahoma's top law enforcement trainer says it is time to make some changes to improve the system. Steve Emmons heads the Council on Law Enforcement and Training and he says current state law allows former law enforcement officers to return as volunteers with little training required.

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State seismologist links earthquakes to injection wells

Posted by Bob Sands

Oklahoma's state seismologist has joined the rest of the scientific world and now agrees that injection disposal wells are causing earthquakes in the state. Austin Holland says because there are so many disposal wells and so many quakes they cannot yet pinpoint exactly which wells are causing quakes.

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Sheriff Stanley Glanz reassigns deputies.

Posted by Lis Exon

Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz says two deputies involved in the undercover sting that led to the fatal shooting of an unarmed suspect have been reassigned.

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State School Board member calls it quits

Posted by Bob Sands

What began as a behind the scenes disagreement that eventually erupted in public has now led to a member of the state board of education stepping down. Amy Ford was appointed to the board four years ago after several other board members were replaced because of disagreements with former state Superintendent of Public Instruction Janet Baressi.

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Award winning Oklahoma photographer passes away

Posted by Bob Sands

Darrell Barton died Wednesday after a lengthy illness. He was the Chief Photographer for the former WKY-TV for 14 years before becoming a freelance network photographer. He won many state and national awards for his work and is survived by his wife Marilyn, two children and a grandchild.

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