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Picture of three young cancer survivors goes viral

BETHANY, Okla. – A picture of three young cancer survivors is going viral on social media.

According to a news release from OSU, local boutiques and photographers donated their time and talents to produce the photos of Ainsley, Rylie, and Rheann and bring attention to childhood cancer.

Lora Scantling, Scantling Photography of Bethany, Okla. via OSU release

Lora Scantling, Scantling Photography of Bethany, Okla. via OSU release

Since the photograph went viral, one of the photographers has received hundreds of messages thanking her for her work.

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Behind the scenes exclusive of WGN America’s new series ‘Salem’


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Popular roadside assistance company seeking unemployed Oklahomans

OKLAHOMA CITY – Looking for a job?

AAA is seeking to fill 20 insurance customer service associate positions at the CSAA Insurance Group call center in northwest Oklahoma City. Applicants should apply online by May 1 for May training classes.

The center is located at 3100 Quail Springs Parkway, just west of Quail Springs Mall.

Service associates handle routine insurance inquiries and process transactions, including renewals and updates to membership accounts, for AAA insurance policyholders. AAA offers virtual job tryouts for those wanting to know more about the position.

Click here to apply.

Applications may also be submitted on the website.

Strong customer service skills, including at least one-to-two years of customer service experience, are required, as well as good attention to detail and a high school diploma.

Oklahoma designer launches line as part of Oklahoma Fashion Week 2014

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  • Oklahoma Fashion Week 2014

  • Oklahoma Fashion Week 2014

How to keep your pets away from spring time harm

OKLAHOMA – Spring is here and summer is right around the corner.

Warmer weather and longer days bring more adventures and greater dangers for curious pets and unknowing pet owners.

As pet owners enjoy the great outdoors with their pets it is important to keep in mind that more time spent outdoors presents a multitude of risks to our pets and ourselves.

Steve Dale, pet advocate and pet expert will discuss springtime hazards, what to avoid outdoors and how to protect your pet and your home from parasites. In addition, Steve will share pet symptoms to be aware of for infections and allergies. Dale’s outdoor hazards include:

Retailing giant pushes for organic foods

Wal-Mart is hoping to take a big bite out of the organic foods market.

The retailing giant already sells 1,600 organic products, but the company today is announcing a new line of goods is coming.

It’s teaming up with organic foods company “Wild Oats” to offer organic products on its shelves.

“We’re removing the premium associated with organic groceries,” Jack Sinclair, the U.S. division’s executive vice president of grocery, said during a call with reporters. “That’s a really important step in the industry.”

The joint venture will start with 100 packaged goods products.

It may later expand into other categories, such as meat.

The products will be sold at the same place as non-organic brands — and 25% less than organic national brands currently sold at Wal-Mart.

Are the kids hungry? McDonald’s offering free breakfast for Oklahoma students today

OKLAHOMA CITY – If you are trying to get out the door and get the kids fed before school, a popular fast-food restaurant is helping.

McDonald’s announced that it is giving away free breakfast sandwiches to students in the third through eighth grade.

The free offer is on Thursday, April 10 from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. for those kids getting ready to take standardized tests.

Students will be able to choose from an Egg McMuffin or a Fruit ‘N Yogurt Parfait with a milk, Minute Maid orange juice or apple juice.

A bag of apple slices is also included.

Officials say students must be present to receive the free offer.