A federal judge is giving Oklahoma and nearly a dozen poultry companies, including the world’s largest poultry producer, Tyson Foods, an additional 90 days to reach an agreement on plans to clean a watershed polluted by chicken litter. FILE – The Illinois River as seen from Goat’s Bluffat the J.T.
Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve in Cherokee County, Okla., July 18, 2019. U.S. District Judge Gregory Frizzell on Friday, March 17, 2023 scheduled a June 16 hearing in Tulsa, saying both sides requested the extension. (Mike Simons/Tulsa World via AP, File)
U.S. District Judge Gregory Frizzell on Friday scheduled a June 16 status conference in Tulsa, saying both sides requested the extension. The state and the poultry companies are to submit a joint status report by June 9.
Frizzell ruled in January that Arkansas-based Tyson, Minnesota-based Cargill Inc.
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Oklahoma Cops Release Bodycam Video of Officer Trying to Wriggle Out of DUI“I don’t care if you’re a gang-banger or the President of the United States,” the arresting officer told Capt. James French. DF! Gee I wonder if the officer who did the right thing still has a job… Looks like Capt. James is in hot water regardless of his title!
GRAPHIC: Man pleads guilty to killing 3, cutting heart from one in OklahomaLawrence Paul Anderson, 44, pleaded guilty to three counts of murder and single counts of maiming and assault and battery. Not worth the air he breathes. No thanks Thats crazy!!! He should never ever be released
Oklahoma lawmaker cites Bible while voting to allow corporal punishment for kids with disabilitiesOne Oklahoma lawmaker, who voted in favor of continuing to allow schools to use corporal punishment on some students with disabilities, cited the Bible, claiming that “God’s word is higher than all the so-called experts.”
Oklahoma Strikes Down Bill Aiming To End Corporal Punishment For Disabled StudentsThe bill would have banned school personnel from hitting, spanking and slapping disabled students as a form of discipline. And I thought Florida was wild, then comes Oklahoma with hold my beer How is this a thing in 2023? Let’s just agree not to not kids regardless of disability. How hard is that? Seriously? I thought that there was already law on the books that made this child abuse.
Oklahoma City police captain arrested for DUI, asks officer to turn off bodycam“I’m a sergeant and I’ve taken an oath to uphold the law. I don’t show favoritism to anyone regardless. I don’t care if you’re a gang banger or the President of …