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May 24th, 2013
01:06 AM ET

Oklahoma father remembers his two daughters

Phillip Vargyas lost two children in the Moore, Oklahoma tornado – Karrina, 4, and Sydnee, just seven months old. His daughters were at home with their mom and grandma where they tried to ride out the storm in a bathroom. Vargyas' wife and mother-in-law were injured when the tornado hit.  He wants people to know what his daughters were like and shared a few happy memories on AC360.

4-year-old Karrina would have turned five in two weeks. After seeing her favorite Disney princesses ice skating recently, her father said she was inspired to become an ice skater. The family never got the chance to take Karrina to a skating rink, but her father told Anderson the family wants to go one day and remember her. "Whenever we take the kids and the wife we know she'll be there with us. And we'll enjoy it all the more knowing that she's there," he said.

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May 24th, 2013
01:05 AM ET

Remembering Oklahoma victims

A tribute to Antonia Candelaria, Jenny Neely, Randy Smith, Cindy Plumley, Emily Conatzer, Christopher Legg, and sisters Karrina and Sydnee Vargyas who died in the Oklahoma tornado.   FULL POST

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May 24th, 2013
12:54 AM ET

Operation BBQ Relief brings comfort food to victims

Operation BBQ Relief brings comfort by providing food for tornado victims. Gary Tuchman reports.
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May 24th, 2013
12:53 AM ET

Baez advice: 'Take death off the table'

Attorney Jose Baez reacts to news of a hung jury during the Jodi Arias penalty trial. He describes the threat social media poses in death penalty cases.

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