Jack Money, The Oklahoman

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The Oklahoman

Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Jack:

Republicans: County clerk candidate Scobey missed campaign finance report filing deadline

The Democrat seeking to become Oklahoma County's next clerk says an honest mistake led to a missed financial filing required in the race. → Read More

Oklahoma foundation seeks improvement in housing, treatment of pigs

Advocates supporting humane treatment for animals gathered in Oklahoma City to discuss their concerns about how pigs destined for tables are raised. → Read More

Retired military adviser for Mary Fallin and Kevin Stitt to join Oklahoma County jail trust

Oklahoma County Commissioners appointed a retired general with decades of public service as the newest member of the county's jail trust. → Read More

Adam Luck resigns from Oklahoma County Jail Trust after just months of service

Adam Luck, one of the Oklahoma County jail trust's newest members, resigned Tuesday, leaving county commissioners looking for a replacement. → Read More

OK County jail inmate sentenced to 30 years after pleading guilty to killing cellmate

A man who shared an Oklahoma County Detention Center cell with an inmate he killed pleaded guilt to the crime and was given a life sentence on Feb. 1. → Read More

'Cockfighting capital' of US? Oklahoma bill to ease penalties draws attack from activists

Activists are panning a bill before Oklahoma's Legislature that would weaken penalties involving violations of the state's ban against cockfighting. → Read More

Police chief: OKCPD told not to stop someone solely because they're on terrorism watchlist

A lawsuit filed against OKC police prompted it to school its officers about how when, how and why they should stop people on a terror watchlist. → Read More

Why an Oklahoma City man is suing the police chief, other officers after 5 traffic stops

An Oklahoma City man claims in a lawsuit he is being harassed because of his inclusion on a federal terror watchlist. → Read More

Below-freezing temps, possible freezing rain headed to Oklahoma

Oklahomans can expect colder temperatures and potentially slick roadways the first half of next week, forecasters say. → Read More

Carjacking investigation leads to officer-involved shooting in northwest Oklahoma City

Four men were arrested and a police officer was placed on administrative leave after a shot was fired during a foot chase Tuesday in Oklahoma City. → Read More

Tee times delayed as additional work lengthens Edmond's KickingBird Golf Club overhaul

Edmond's KickingBird Golf Club needs more water pressure to adequately operate, Council members have adding a water pump to complete the project. → Read More

Tuesday turns out pretty as a picture as wintry weather moves through

While Oklahomans got to experience some snowy weather Tuesday, ground temperatures stayed warm enough to keep roadway problems minimal. → Read More

How much snow will Oklahoma get? OKC preparing for Tuesday winter storm

Most Oklahomans can expect snow on Tuesday. How much they see will depend on where they live. → Read More

Federal judge finds poultry companies' chicken poop polluted Oklahoma's scenic rivers

A federal judge has sided with Oklahoma in a long-running case that accused poultry companies of polluting the state's scenic rivers and lakes. → Read More

Oklahoma County seeks land for new county jail, associated facilities

Oklahoma County needs at least 40 acres for a new county jail. On Tuesday, county commissioners authorized seeking potential offers from landowners. → Read More

Edmond schools say 'inappropriate meme' interrupted video call with 150 students

Edmond school officials are trying to figure out how an outsider crashed a district video chat for high school students and showed a sexual act. → Read More

Fort Sill to train 100 Ukrainian soldiers on Patriot missile defense system

Ukraine is sending between 90 and 100 soldiers to Oklahoma to train on using the Patriot missiles system in its conflict against Russia, officials say. → Read More

Map accuracy key to acquiring needed broadband upgrade dollars, Oklahoma leaders say

Oklahomans have until Jan. 13 to review and challenge broadband service data for where they live or work, officials say. → Read More

Woman arrested by Oklahoma City police claims to be mother of Uvalde school gunman

A woman arrested by police on Jan. 4 told officers she is the mother of the gunman who killed 19 children and two adults in Uvalde, Texas, in May. → Read More

Oklahoma eclipses 4 million residents, latest U.S. Census Bureau data shows

U.S. Census Bureau data shows Oklahoma has topped 4 million residents, something Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt attributes to his community's growth. → Read More