TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Governor Mary Fallin has appointed Judge Mark Barcus to fill a district court vacancy in Tulsa County. Fallin announced the appointment Thursday. Barcus is currently vice chief judge of the Domestic Relations Division of Tulsa County District Court. Barcus was previously a family court referee in Tulsa County. Barcus practiced law in the Tulsa area for several years and has served on the Tulsa Public Schools Board of Education. He serves on a variety of organizations supporting the arts, including the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Arts Institute.