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September 28, 2009 (30:01)

As the number of Oklahoma child abuse cases continue to increase, the state is reassessing the policies and practices it has followed to determine when children should be removed from their parents. So far changes made to the system are showing a reduced number of repeat abuse cases. Emergency managers from across the state are meeting in Tulsa this week, for discussions on just how prepared the state is to deal with emergencies caused by mother-nature or man-made. Plans are also being reviewed on how the state can help people along the gulf coast as hurricane season reaches its height. The states first bear hunting season opens this week. Archery and muzzle-loader season begins Thursday in four southeastern counties. The limit for the season is 20 bears. There are an estimated 500 black bears statewide. O.U. head coach Bob Stoops says he doesn't know if Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Sam Bradford will be well enough to play in this weekend's game against Miami. Coach Stoops says he will make an announcement before game time. Tonight we talk one-on-one with Cherie Blair, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. She was in Oklahoma City last week to talk about one of her major projects, the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Originally broadcast on September 28, 2009