Oklahoma City has experienced 85 homicides this year, mostly concentrated in the central, east and south sides of the city. Excluding 1995 — the year of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building — that number is nearing a two-decade high. The Oklahoman explored a small section of northeast Oklahoma City near the state Capitol where 14 people lost their lives this year after deadly violence. Below, read more about the victims.
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