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  • Memorial's award furthers Afghan journalists' efforts

    By Judy Gibbs Robinson | Updated: Tue, Apr 19, 2005

    Jamila Mujahid, right, said women are still targets of violence in Afghanistan, where she and Najiba Maram, left, founded the Voice of Afghan Women Radio, a women-owned and operated station. The station is the first recipient of the Reflections of Hope Award from the Oklahoma City National...

  • Service to honor bombing victims

    Updated: Tue, Apr 19, 2005

    CHANDLER -- In memory of those who died in the Murrah Building bombing 10 years ago, a brief service is scheduled at 9 a.m. today at the Lincoln County Courthouse. The Rev. Fred Rider and the Lincoln County Ministerial Alliance will officiate.

  • Law boosts memorial funds

    By Michael McNutt | Updated: Tue, Apr 19, 2005

    A decade of hope shines today in Oklahoma City. What would Susie do? Nichols didn't plan 2nd attack, he says Keating reflects |

  • Bombing coverage struck a balance of accuracy, compassion, panelists say

    By Susan Parrot | Updated: Tue, Apr 19, 2005

    Journalists who covered the Oklahoma City bombing 10 years ago said compassion and accuracy were more important than hype. Speaking at a symposium Monday, a panel of newspaper and television editors and reporters said they balanced coverage of the devastation and criminal investigation with...

  • Clinton 'mood changed' with news

    By Nick Trougakos | Updated: Tue, Apr 19, 2005

    Brian Williams didn't know at first what President Clinton's press secretary had whispered in the ear of the country's leader the morning of April 19, 1995. What the former White House correspondent later learned was that the president was being told about the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah...

  • 168 moments of silence honor those who died

    By Ken Raymond | Updated: Tue, Apr 19, 2005

    Survivors and family members gathered this morning to remember. NEWS 9 report Rescue workers visit

  • Keating reflects

    Capitol Bureau | Updated: Tue, Apr 19, 2005

    Frank Keating, governor when the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was bombed 10 years ago today, said Monday the progress made the past decade in the city proves good can come out of an evil act. "Oklahoma is in a Renaissance mode," he said. "I wish, we all wish, that that tragedy had never...

  • Couple recalls son's death in OKC bombing

    Updated: Tue, Apr 19, 2005

    THE WOODLANDS, Texas (AP) - The parents of a 6 1/2-month-old killed in the Oklahoma City bombing bristle at the word "closure." "A year after, we couldn't pull out his photos and look at them," Kevin Gottshall told the Houston Chronicle for its Tuesday editions. "Now, we can go through them and...

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    The front page from the April 17, 2005 edition of The Oklahoman.

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