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December 7, 2009 (30:01)

On the eve of a vote by Oklahoma City residents on the MAPS 3 proposal, more organized opposition has appeared. A group calling itself Advocates for Justice added its voice to that of police and fire unions who oppose the sales tax vote. The OSBI says it has reached a dead end in its investigation into the murder of Pastor Carol Daniels in her Anadarko church. The Caddo County D.A. says he is dismayed by the lack of progress. More than 100 Oklahomans are now looking for real health care insurance after discovering the company they were paying premiums to was instead ripping them off. American Trade Association allegedly sold fake health insurance plans and to continue the scam continually changed its name with new fake contact information. People in at least 20 states were victims with at least $14-million in premiums paid to the company. More than 100 people are now out of a job and their last paychecks after a Tulsa marketing firm abruptly closed down. Automated Research and Marketing had been in business for nine years. Sneezy the elephant is one potent guy. The Oklahoma City Zoo shipped Sneezy to Tulsa to try and start a love affair of sorts with Asha and now word comes that on the first attempt things went according to plan and now the Tulsa Zoo elephant is expecting. She is expected to deliver the new arrival in May of 2011.

Originally broadcast on December 7, 2009