Tulsa_Attorneys are asking a federal judge to put a hold on a new law cracking down on illegal immigration in Oklahoma.
The law is to go into effect Thursday but opponents want it delayed while a lawsuit challenges it in court. One federal lawsuit challenging the law was dismissed last week when a judge said there was no proof anyone had been damaged by it.
The lawsuit was refiled to include eight undocumented residents who plan to testify that they will face eviction from their landlords unless they provide legal identification. The law limits access to public benefits for undocumented immigrants and makes it a felony to provide shelter or transportation to illegal immigrants.
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Two teens are lucky to be alive after allegedly stealing a car in Lawton early Tuesday morning and crashing into a tree next to the Fort Sill Golf Course. Lawton Police were in pursuit of a stolen vehicle just before 5:00 a.m. The vehicle drove through Scott Gate on Fort Sill Boulevard until the road ends at King Road. The driver was unable to navigate the curve near Upton Road near hole #15 on Fort Sill's Golf Course at such a high rate of speed.
The Republican congressman's revelation Monday prompted Democratic leaders in the House and Senate to call on Devin Nunes to recuse himself from the committee's Russia probe.
A former agriculture teacher from Elgin is going above and beyond for those affected by the Oklahoma wildfires, and coordinating a donation drive.
The Oklahoma State Department of Education is looking into an incident that occurred last week. Brandy Dick says her 10-year-old son, Tobbeey, was stabbed in the ear with a sucker stick while riding home one afternoon on a Nowata Public Schools bus. According to KTUL, one student held Tobbeey while another student shoved the sucker stick deep into his ear. Dick took her son to the emergency room where he was referred to a specialist.