The state of Oklahoma is saying they will not change the way they execute inmates.
Two inmates in Oklahoma were said to have complained as lethal injection drugs entered their bodies, but that's not stopping the state from standing behind their practices.
A spokesman for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections says their protocol was appropriate, and they have no plans to change it. During executions this month, one inmate was said to have said he felt his "whole body burning."
Another complained of a metallic taste in his mouth. Oklahoma uses two drugs in it's lethal injection process, a sedative used to stop breathing, and another to stop the heart.
Lethal injection have been making headlines recently, some say are a cruel and unusual punishment.
Recently in Ohio their lethal injection has made news after an inmate gasped for nearly 20 minutes.
Weather Outlook for Thursday, Sept. 21 Meteorologist Samantha Thomas It is going to be another hot and breezy day for our last full day of summer. Temps will be in the 50s and 60s this morning under mostly clear skies. Skies remain sunny throughout the day with temps warming into the 90s. Winds will be breezy out of the southwest at 10-25 mph. We may see a few stray storms to the southeast later this evening otherwise we will be dry today and overnight. Friday will start off mi...
Cars used to line the streets around Midnight Rodeo on the weekends, but the parking lot will now be empty.
Dozens of people are in need of emergency car repairs after unknowingly putting the wrong type of gas in their cars at one Amarillo Walmart.
Walmart has released a statement after about 50 people were affected when a supplier mixed up fuel in the diesel and unleaded tanks at an Amarillo store.
47 percent of WT's student population are first generation college students but one new program is looking to be an outlet for students who may feel a little overwhelmed.