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  • FEMA website shows how much a flood will cost you

    Millions have been impacted by historic flooding across central Texas and Oklahoma. Big floods like these can make you wonder just how protected you are in the case of a natural disaster. Flood damage is generally not part of most home insurance plans, and in some areas, you may not need it at all. Make no mistake, the cost of cleaning up after a flood can be expensive. Take a look at this tool from the FEMA website It […]

  • Travel Insurance

    When buying travel insurance, Consumer Reports advises: avoid commission-driven policies sold by tour operators, travel agents and cruise lines. Instead, check out an on-line broker:  

  • Robotic Back Surgery

    Mazor Robotics Renaissance Guidance System is used in thousands of spine procedures ranging from minimally invasive surgery to other complex spinal deformity cases.

  • Plaza Towers Memorial

    A memorial is planned at the site of the new Plaza Towers Elementary School. To make a donation:

  • Common Core Standards

    For more information on the Common Core academic standards:

  • Hospital Infections

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looked at hospital infections and how well each state contained infections compared to the nation as a whole.

  • OKC Storm Shelter Registry

    The Storm Shelter Registry is a service for Oklahoma City residents to provide information about their storm shelters to help first responders in case of an emergency.

  • Hammerhead Caught Off the Beach

    Anglers catch a 14 foot, 700 pound hammerhead shark on the beach near Boca Raton, Florida.

  • Squeeze Every Drop

    For more information on OKC’s mandatory water conservation policy:

  • How to block live gameplay streams on the PS4

    Consumer Reports provides step-by-step instructions for blocking live-stream content on the PlayStation 4:

  • Inspiration To Action Event

    Gary Sinise and his Foundation, R.I.S.E., will be in Oklahoma City this week to raise money to build a Smart Home for Oklahoma veteran and triple amputee, Rusty Dunagan and his family.For more information on the events:

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