Saturday Apr 12
Food vendor agrees to pay Oklahoma for overcharges
A Houston-based food distributor has agreed to pay the state of Oklahoma more than $36,000 after an investigation found the company overcharged state entities.
Fallin's top attorney says Okla. prisons are safe
Fallin's general counsel, Steve Mullins, said he meets regularly with the interim director of the Department of Correction and is not concerned that there is a problem with staffing levels at the state's prisons jeopardizing the safety of workers or inmates.
Female case worker assaulted in Lexington prison
A female case manager at the Joseph Harp Correctional Center in Lexington was assaulted by an inmate Friday, resulting in a broken nose.
Oklahoma inmates hospitalized with symptoms of salmonellosis
Seven inmates in state prisons have been hospitalized in the past three weeks with symptoms of salmonellosis, state Corrections Department officials said Thursday.