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December 4, 2009 (30:01)

The Office of Juvenile Affairs has shut down one facility, ended programs and put employees on one day a month furloughs to keep up with ongoing state budget cuts. OJA officials have told lawmakers if the budget cuts get bigger, they will have to close secure lockups for juvenile offenders. For the first time since it began in 1992, the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program has more than 10,000 students enrolled from a single graduating class. Recent changes to the system were designed to expand eligibility to the program. Tonight we take a tour of the newly opened Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame and Jim Thorpe Museum. The facility is home to three unique exhibits that include the multitude of famous Oklahoma sports figures as well has providing a home for Jim Thorpe memorabilia. Living in north Tulsa has meant driving for many miles to find a grocery store. That is about to change as the first food store in many years is opening its doors as part of a larger economic development project for the area. Community leaders say race issues were largely behind the lack of such services in the past. Tonight Captain Kirk will get onboard a reining horse to take part in the Performance Horses Celebrity Slide for the Make-A-Wish foundation of Oklahoma. William Shatner along with Lyle Lovett and other celebrities are giving their time to raise funds for a program that gives a final wish to a child with a terminal illness.

Originally broadcast on December 4, 2009