MAPS 3 Headlines: Execution Secrecy, Earthquake Study & Testing By Michael Cross • Mar 17, 2015 Headlines for Tuesday, March 17, 2015: A Senate panel barely passes a bill to ban teachers from paying union dues through their paycheck. (NewsOK) Secrecy might have led to the botched execution of Clayton Lockett last April. (Tulsa World) Electric company OG&E defends its call to raise customer rates as much as 15-percent by 2019. (NewsOK) Headlines: Tulsa Says Yes, Seminole Says No & OG&E Says Please By Michael Cross • Mar 4, 2015 Headlines for Wednesday, March 4, 2015: Tulsa voters say yes to a record breaking school bond issue. (Tulsa World) Seminole voters reject a bond issue to move their historic 85-year-old art deco high school. (NewsOK) OG&E is asking to spend a billion dollars and raise rates. (Journal Record) Oklahoma City Pursuing Eminent Domain For Proposed Convention Center By Ryan LaCroix • Apr 11, 2014 On March 18, the Oklahoma City Council authorized city staff to file an eminent domain claim for several lots west of Chesapeake Energy Arena. Oklahoma Gazette's Ben Felder has more.