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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s execution protocol leaves offenders sensate but paralyzed and unable to convey that they’re feeling extreme pain, one expert testified Monday during the first day of a federal trial challenging the constitutionally of the state’s three drug cocktail method.

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Native American tribes in the U.S. have reached settlements over the toll of opioids totaling $590 million with drugmaker Johnson & Johnson and the country's three largest drug distribution companies, according to a court filing made Tuesday.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s top health official said Wednesday the state is struggling to get access to monoclonal antibody and anti-viral treatments that are considered the most effective at preventing COVID-19 hospitalization and death against the raging omicron variant.

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District Attorney Jason Hicks has confirmed a drug round up in Stephens County on Thursday that sent more than 20 to jail on charges from warrants related to trafficking and distributing methamphetamine, fentanyl and heroin.

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​​The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday decided in favor of opioid painkiller manufacturer Johnson & Johnson, overturning a 2019 decision that mandated the company pay $465 million for its purported role in perpetuating drug addiction and overdose deaths in the state.

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Recent Covid-19 surges have booster shots on the minds of many Oklahomans. But who should get one?