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Aging inmates are costing Oklahoma millions, and their options for treatment are very limited, said experts at a Tuesday interim study.
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Tuesday in photos
Oklahoma City Halloween Parade 2014
Monday in photos
Newborn twins at Integris Hospital
Monster Dash in Norman
#OKFallFoliage Instagram Winners
Solar eclipse photos across the U.S.
Thursday in photos
Mourners pay tribute to soldier...
Wednesday in photos
Ada PD uses "dummy cop" to deter crime
#LICKatOKC: Share your pet photos
Oscar de la Renta Through The Years
Moche Rip Curl Pro Surfing Competition
Race for the Cure 2014
Standoff with police ends in southwest Oklahoma City
The Play: October 27th 2014
Weleetka killer given three life sentences without parole
Car smashes Ten Commandments monument outside Capitol building
The Play Tuesday, October 21, 2014
OSU Football Exclusive: Berry Tramel interview with Burns Hargis
OSU Football Exclusive: Berry Tramel interview with Chuck Smrt
Man found shot to death in southwest Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City dignitaries formally kick off construction on whitewater park
The Play: October 20, 2014
Von Maur holds grand opening at Quail Springs Mall
Teenager charged with murder in case of missing Piedmont girl
Two drown after northwest Oklahoma City wreck
Retired pro wrestling announcer from Oklahoma expands barbecue offerings
Daniel Holtzclaw released on bond
New nine-story boutique hotel planned for Bricktown
Duncan Chief of Police
Hruby Press Conference
Guthrie students drop, cover and hold on
Hruby investigation: 911 audio recordings
Son confesses in Duncan triple homicide
Three found dead in their home in Duncan
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