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Art Briles dismissed as football coach at Baylor Warriors win Game 5 120-111, force Game 6 in OKC Saturday OKC Thunder: Russell Westbrook named first-team All-NBA; Kevin Durant second team House passes resolution supporting lawsuit over federal transgender bathroom policy Police report says driver may have failed to lower truck boom before it hit May Ave. bridge Oil tops $50 -- briefly Oklahoma Senate passes bill to fully fund historic Capitol repair Turnpike authority names new executive director Trump agrees to debate Sanders but sets stiff price Jury sides with Google in closely watched copyright case Blake Shelton agreed to buy Miranda Lambert's property on day divorce finalized NFL: Former OSU defensive end Ogbah signs four-year deal with Browns OU baseball: Alec Hansen recovers from shaky start, helps OU beat Kansas State Oklahoma voters will get to decide beer, wine issue May Avenue bridge to reopen Thursday evening

DOJ critical of Oklahoma County Jail

Published: August 4, 2008

Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel responds to a Department of Justice report that led to the removal of 160 federal inmates from the Oklahoma County Jail.

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