Oklahoma City/ Community & Society
Published on June 19, 2019
Top OKC news: Woman caught setting neighbor's house on fire; mayor declares city's first pride weekPhoto: ian dooley/Unsplash

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Woman allegedly caught on her own surveillance camera setting neighbor's home on fire

An Oklahoma woman was allegedly captured on her own surveillance camera setting fire to her neighbor's home in an apparent feud, authorities said.

Read the full story on FOX 26 Houston.

Oklahoma City mayor declarer's city's first pride week

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Mayor David Holt has declared Oklahoma City's first official Pride Week to celebrate LBGTQ accomplishments. Holt helped kick off a week's worth of events Monday with a mayoral proclamation to "reaffirm our city's commitment that all people are welcome in Oklahoma City." 

Read the full story on MySanAntonio.

Oklahoma funeral home has therapy dog to help grieving families

The funeral director brought Bennie with her from North Carolina.

Read the full story on The CW Philly.

How this neon sign maker blends art and science to keep Oklahoma City aglow

"You have to be part artist, part scientist, part glass bender, part electrician, part mechanic to do this job," Neon artist Katherine Reynolds said.

Read the full story on PBS NewsHour.

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