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Stolen photo album found at Oklahoma recycling plant returned to owner

12/20/13
Photographs nearly 100 years old were returned to an El Reno man after they were stolen from his home last month.

School takes down religious displays after parents raise concerns

12/20/13
A Tecumseh school took down all religious displays after parents raised concerns over a Wiccan display.

Grinch steals Christmas presents from organization

12/20/13
Oklahoma City police say someone broke into an organization who gives gifts to children and stole Christmas presents.

Senator Coburn releases 2013 Wastebook

12/19/13
Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn released a list of the most outrageous spending by government.

Family waiting identification of remains found near Weatherford

12/19/13
A family is waiting on identification of remains found near Weatherford.

Guthrie theft victims get Christmas donations

12/18/13
A Guthrie family whose Christmas presents were stolen from the truck of a single mom's car are going to be able to have a nice Christmas ...

Group seeking school shelters falls short of goal

12/18/13
Take Shelter Oklahoma wants to put a storm shelter in every school in the state, but fell 35,000 signatures short in its petition goal to ...

Pit bull awakens Oklahoma family to escape blaze

12/18/13
An Edmond house fire caused more than 100,000 in damage, but a family was able to escape it thanks to their 2-year-old pit bull who woke ...

Oklahoma car crash leads to fight between driver, firefighters

12/17/13
Oklahoma City firefighters say a driver was high on PCP and crashed into another car, took out a street light, street sign, and fence.

Take Shelter Oklahoma looking for more signatures

12/17/13
The group, Take Shelter Oklahoma, needs 155,000 signatures to put the storm shelter issue before the voters.

Families want changes in nursing homes

12/16/13
Families and an advocacy group called A Perfect Cause are calling on Oklahoma leaders who oversee long term care to step down.

Rock climbing center takes advantage of freezing temperatures

12/16/13
The ice climb is about 50-feet tall in Oklahoma.