LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The CIA is acknowledging the existence of Area 51 in newly declassified documents.
George Washington University's National Security Archive obtained a CIA history of the U-2 spy plane program through a public records request and released it Thursday.
National Security Archive senior fellow Jeffrey Richelson reviewed the history in 2002, but all mentions of Area 51 had been redacted.
Richelson says he requested the history again in 2005 and received a version a few weeks ago with mentions of Area 51 restored.
Officials have already acknowledged in passing the existence of the facility in central Nevada where the government is believed to test intelligence tools and weapons.
Richelson believes the new document shows the CIA is becoming less secretive about Area 51's existence, if not about what goes on there.
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
The ice is keeping area emergency rooms busy as doctors treat patients for slip and fall injuries.
Through the First Baptist Church of Glenpool's Community Christmas Store, parents in need can pick from brand new, donated clothing and toys for their children completely free of charge.
The city of Tulsa has spent nearly $400,000 on street cleanup in response to recent winter storms and just burned through more than a third of its salt supply, city leader Paul Strizek said Monday.