SLIDESHOW: America's 13 best haunted houses
HauntedHouseRatings.com has released its list of the best haunted houses in America. Here are the top 13.
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Osage Nation criticizes eagle-death rule change
Osage Nation leaders also said they were opposed to wind farm development in Osage County because wind turbines are planned in areas where a significant number of eagle nests are located, Osage Principal Chief John D. Red Eagle said.
3 Colo. towns try to change U.S. train-noise rules
The FRA grants "quiet zone" designations if towns take precautions such as installing gate warning systems with flashing lights. The three cities insist they either can't afford the upgrades or don't have space for them.
Wet, naked and in a guitar case
“He was walking out on the icy pond, and it caved it on him. He took all his clothes off and got in a guitar case. He was in the guitar case trying to keep warm after he fell in the pond.”
Okla. Supreme Court hears workers' comp challenge
The law changes Oklahoma’s court-based system to an administrative one. Supporters say it will dramatically reduce workers’ compensation costs to businesses, but opponents say cost savings will come at the expense of injured workers.
Newtown's year: Horror, grief and tough choices
With winter on their doorstep once again, the people of Newtown are bracing for the day everyone here simply calls 12/14.
White beards, red coats, a lot of 'Ho, Ho, Hos'
Each year at the Charles W. Howard Santa Claus School, dozens of prospective St. Nicks come to learn the art of being Santa. They are given instruction on the finer points of makeup, wardrobe, sign language and even reindeer care.
6 missing adults, children found alive in Nevada
The situation grew more dire as overnight temperatures Sunday in Lovelock dipped to 16 below zero.
Crude oil injected in Okla. pipeline to Gulf Coast
President Barack Obama refused to issue a permit for part of the project last year amid concerns about its potential impact on a large aquifer in Nebraska. The administration is considering another application, but TransCanada has received clearance for the pipeline's southern leg.
Lawmakers want to end youth access to e-cigarettes
Research by the Oklahoma Youth Tobacco Survey shows a significant number of youth are trying e-cigarettes. Studies say youth who are exposed to tobacco are more likely to become regular tobacco users.
Okla. executes man convicted of killing 2 women
An Oklahoma County jury convicted Ronald Clinton Lott, 53, of two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Anna Laura Fowler, 83, in September 1986 and Zelma Cutler, 93, in January 1987. He was also convicted of raping the women. State and federal courts denied Lott's appeals.
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