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Oklahoma News Report

Cattle Rustling (3:54)

Featured in Top Stories

Cattle rustling is making something of a comeback in Oklahoma. Col. Mike Grimes, Chief Agent for the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, joined us to talk about why the numbers of stolen cattle are on the rise.

Related Topics: Science & Nature, Animals, Forensics & Investigations

Originally broadcast on January 6, 2011


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ONR

January 6, 2011 (28:38)

State Rep. Randy Terrill unveils plans for a bill to put Oklahoma in a court battle over the 14th Amendment. The bill would form compacts with other states, giving special birth certificates to children born to illegal immigrants. Those special certificates would deny the children full citizenship rights. When the U.S. House of Representatives passed a series of new laws today, they upset road builders across the nation. The change means funds currently dedicated for transportation spending will be lumped in with general appropriation funds. That could cost Oklahoma millions of dollars in federal highway funding. A Sallisaw police officer is accused of being a cattle rustler. We talk with the special agent who arrested Officer Wendell Hughes on charges that he ran a cattle rustling operation that lasted three years. The claim that a study connecting autism with vaccinations was faked has produced a new debate over what causes the developmental disorder. We talk with an expert on the new report and about new treatments for autism.

Originally broadcast on January 6, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Kimray, Inc. (3:20)

In the ongoing series, “It’s A Living,” Dave Rhea with the Journal Record visited one of Oklahoma City’s most successful industrial companies: Kimray, Inc. In addition to their day-to-day workload, machinists there have a sideline job: building and maintaining a fleet of hot rods for the Kimray Speed Shop.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, Technology, Sports & Recreation, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on January 5, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Meth Labs and Mark Woodward Interview (3:53)

Featured in Top Stories

State narcotics officials say that the number of meth lab seizures in 2010 was the highest in six years. Mark Woodward with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics talked about the rising number of labs, and what’s being done to shut them down.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Environment, Science & Technology, Social Issues, Health

Originally broadcast on January 5, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Smoking Oklahoma (2:52)

Featured in Living Well

Tulsa is the worst city in the nation when it comes to smoking. A national website called, “The Beast,” gave Tulsa that dubious distinction based on a study by a consumer research company. The news isn’t any better for Oklahoma City: it ranked seventh in the same national study.

Related Topics: Health, News & Public Affairs, Health Care & Illnesses, Lifestyle, Health

Originally broadcast on January 5, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Cherokee Nation i-Pads (4:06)

Featured in 21st Century Classroom

The Cherokee Nation has officially made the leap from Native Culture to Pop Culture. The Cherokee language is the first native language to be featured on the newest i-Phone from Apple: the i-Phone 4. Younger Cherokee generations are now using a language that was nearly forgotten, and taking it into the 21st Century Classroom.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, Parents, History, News & Public Affairs, Technology, Race & Ethnicity, Media & Technology, Education, Civilizations, United States, Science & Technology, Race & Ethnicity, Education, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on January 5, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Owasso Truancy Law (2:57)

Featured in Top Stories

The City of Owasso is taking the problem of truancy into its own hands. School officials there can now call police officers to find students who are skipping school. A new city ordinance forces students, and their parents or guardians, to face a judge.

Related Topics: Parents, News & Public Affairs, Education, Government, Education

Originally broadcast on January 5, 2011


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ONR

January 5, 2010 (28:37)

New leaders of the Oklahoma House and Senate agree the budget hole lawmakers are looking at is more like $600-million not the $226-million recently approved by the state Equalization Board. The new chairman of the House Revenue and Taxation Committee says he will focus this year on a review of the states tax system. Rep. David Dank says his goal is to eliminate personal income taxes in favor of higher sales taxes on merchandise other than groceries and prescription drugs. A new national study lists Tulsa #1 and Oklahoma City #7 as worst cities in the nation for smoking. State drug officials expect the final figures for 2010 will show the highest number of meth-lab seizures in six years. In 2009 drug agents broke up 743 meth labs.

Originally broadcast on January 5, 2011


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ONR

January 4, 2011 (28:39)

Former Senate President Pro Tem Glenn Coffee has a new job. Governor-elect Mary Fallin has named him as the new Secretary of State. As talk of repealing health care reform increases, new provisions of the law are now in effect. We talk with an expert on what’s new and what would change in health care if the law was repealed. They were large and had horns. A discovery at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History of the skeletal remains of pre-historic rodents that had horns. The discovery had been sitting in storage since the 1950’s and only recently was re-discovered. We talk with Oklahoma Turnpike officials about a change that may require people with Pike-Passes to buy additional passes instead of moving their current hard case from car to car.

Originally broadcast on January 4, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Horned Rodents (2:52)

Featured in Preserving History

Scientists at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman say they have found evidence of what may be a new species of ancient rodents that once roamed western Oklahoma. The discovery of these ancient horned rodents was made when a fossil was found inside a section of earth sitting on a museum shelf.

Related Topics: History, Science & Nature, Prehistoric, Natural History, Animals

Originally broadcast on January 4, 2011