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Oklahoma News Report

Gasoline Prices (3:42)

Featured in Stretching Your Dollars

Americans are feeling the pain at the pump, as gas prices continue to rise. Mike Thornbrugh with the Quik Trip Corporation, joined us to talk about the impact of the rising cost of gasoline, and its impact on business and consumers.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on December 28, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Holiday Spending and Tracey Ryder Interview (3:37)

Featured in Stretching Your Dollars

Shoppers spent more on Christmas this year, and that means a good holiday shopping season for retailers. The National Retail Federation predicts holiday spending will top 450 billion dollars. That’s an increase of more than 3% from last year. Tracey Ryder with Consumer Credit Counseling has some advice for those who chose to put much of that spending on credit cards.

Related Topics: Home & How-to, News & Public Affairs, Personal Finance, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on December 27, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Recycling (2:55)

Featured in Going Green

Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, the EPA estimates that Americans generate two billion pounds of extra garbage. This year, a coalition of groups is working hard to keep that extra trash out of landfills.

Related Topics: Science & Nature, News & Public Affairs, Environment, Environment

Originally broadcast on December 27, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Returning Gifts (2:58)

Featured in Stretching Your Dollars

The shopping season remains in full swing. Holiday sales are a big draw, gift cards are proving quite popular, and shoppers are lining up at customer service desks with returns and exchanges.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on December 27, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

CPA Survey and David Greenwell Interview (4:13)

Featured in Top Stories

Despite reports of revenue shortfalls and the possibility of more cuts to state agencies, Oklahoma CPA’s are sounding upbeat about the state’s economy. CPA David Greenwell joined us to talk about it.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on December 27, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Animal Park (3:06)

Featured in Top Stories

The tough economy is taking a toll on animal sanctuaries. An animal park in Wynnewood is hoping animal lovers will help them continue to provide a home for a variety of animals who are in need.

Related Topics: Science & Nature, News & Public Affairs, Animals, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on December 27, 2010


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ONR

December 27, 2010 (28:37)

Still no word what caused a small explosion at the Gary-Williams Energy Co. refinery in Wynnewood. There were no injuries in the blast that shook the nearby town. Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce officials say the states liquor laws are antiquated and it’s time to join the rest of the world for the sale of wine and strong beer. While liquor retailers are opposed the business community wants the law changed to allow those sales in grocery stores. It has been a tough winter already at the G.W. Exotic Animal Memorial Park near Wynnewood. Park employees have gathered recycled material to sell and held events to raise money to keep the animals fed and the electricity turned on. A survey of Oklahoma Certified Public Accounts finds the majority see the year ahead as see and improving economy and job growth.

Originally broadcast on December 27, 2010


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ONR

December 22, 2010 (28:39)

A newly elected state Senator has pre-filed a bill that would lower the state’s income tax rate by a full percentage point over 10 years. Senator David Holt says state revenue growth that triggered a .25% cut in income taxes was good but not enough. Habitat for Humanity turns over the keys of a new home to a first time home owner, just in time for Christmas. The last minute rush for Christmas presents is now underway but what do you do if you discover on Christmas day you forgot someone and the bank account is empty? Some suggestions tonight on ONR. Stress levels are always higher this time of year and an expert offers some tips on how to better deal with holiday stress and stay healthy.

Originally broadcast on December 22, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Eating Right (3:17)

Featured in Living Well

Casey Campbell, a registered dietitian, gives us tips on eating and nutrition during the holiday season.

Related Topics: Health, Fitness & Nutrition, Lifestyle

Originally broadcast on December 22, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Holiday Stress (3:39)

Featured in Living Well

Oklahoma has high rates of mental illness. The added stress of the holidays can trigger problems with depression or suicide.

Related Topics: Health, Health Care & Illnesses

Originally broadcast on December 22, 2010