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November 9, 2009 (30:01)

Edmond city officials are feeling unfairly treated, because their senior nutrition center was closed. The Mayor says their center feed 65 people every day which is a large site and it was closed because of the perception that Edmond is a wealthy city that can afford to cover the cost of the feeding program. A new poll of Oklahomans shows 83% support development of wind power and are willing to pay more for it. They also favor mandates that require more wind power production. The poll was done as a way to influence policy on wind energy in the months ahead. Relatives of Jim Thorpe are going to court to try and have his body reburied in Oklahoma. His remains are currently interred in Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania in a deal that was put together by his widow. The Oklahoma City Animal Shelter has set a record for, Adoptions. Last month 777 animals were adopted out to new homes. The shelter has a special offer right now for anyone looking to adopt a pet. We talk In-Depth with the Chairman of the Political Science Department at OCU about the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and what if any lasting impact that event has on the world.

Originally broadcast on November 9, 2009