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A Silver Alert was issued for Stamper, who has a heart condition, Tuesday night after he was reported missing from his home in the 2900 block of Elmwood Avenue, police said.
For today's Vine, we decided to focus on Chris Landsberger's amazing ice climbing photo that ran on the front page.
A car slammed into a hydrant near Lake Stanley Draper Tuesday causing a water geyser that was 75 feet into the air.
Prosecutors say an Oklahoma City man was shot to death in November after he came home and found his wife's boyfriend in a bedroom.
A father of four young children was killed when, according to police, his car was hit by a driver who was high on drugs.
In November of last year, a monument to the Ten Commandments was erected on the grounds of the Oklahoma statehouse.
Services have resumed at the Moore Post Office, which was heavily damaged in the May 20 twister.
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"We've been running 24 hours a day," Don Brewer is trying to turn all the white stuff into green.
Oklahoma City Police have arrested two men suspected of robbing Christie's Toy Box, a store that sells sexual toys and lingerie.
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Negotiators for Oklahoma City and two unions have reached tentative agreements on new contracts, City Manager Jim Couch said Monday.
A magnitude-4.5 earthquake in central Oklahoma shook residents on Dec. 7, just weeks after the two-year anniversary of the strongest earthquake ever recorded in the Sooner state, and was followed by two smaller temblors later in the day.
"These leaves will be converted to mulch and compost for Urban Harvest's in-house garden, as well as various community gardens around Oklahoma City," said Mason Weaver, director of Urban Harvest.