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Oklahoma News Report

Pensions and Live Interview (4:39)

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The stage is set for a battle in the upcoming legislative session over changes to the state employee pension funds. Two groups are squared-off already, and politics is expected to be added to the mix.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Politics

Originally broadcast on October 27, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Da Vinci (3:47)

Featured in 21st Century Classroom

A new after-school program in Muskogee draws its inspiration from Leonardo Da Vinci. Students study old electronics equipment while using Da Vinci's methodology to solve problems.

Related Topics: Physics & Mathematics, Science & Technology, Education

Originally broadcast on October 26, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Higher Education and Live Interview (5:10)

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Chancellor of Higher Education, Glenn Johnson, talks about a host of issues now facing colleges and universities in Oklahoma. Even with enrollment at record levels, the cost of going to college in our state keeps going up.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Education

Originally broadcast on October 26, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Water Conference (2:24)

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At the start of the Governor's annual Water Conference, the Oklahoma Secretary of the Environment issued a report on the state's water supply.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, Environment

Originally broadcast on October 25, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Meth Cleanup Law (2:42)

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The city of Tulsa may join three other communities and create an ordinance intended to cleanup meth labs. The ordinance would require property owners to certify that their property has been cleaned of all chemicals before that property can be sold or rented. Supporters believe the ordinance will help fight the environmental hazards caused by meth lab contamination.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Government, Environment

Originally broadcast on October 25, 2010


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ONR

October 28, 2010 (28:40)

The Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities talks at OCU about the loss of civility in the nation’s political dialog. Jim Leach says the result is that extremists at opposite ends of the political spectrum are now selecting the candidates for political office. The Politics of Words and what impact do they have is explored in a special report featuring college students reactions to recent Oklahoma political advertisements. We talk live tonight with the head of one of the states Tea Party groups about the political dialog and which of the state questions are Tea Party members endorsing or opposing. The second of only two gubernatorial debates is tonight. We take a look at what it takes to get ready for such an event. November 1st, a number of new state laws take effect. ONR examines one that could result in vehicles being impounded if their owners do not have the required insurance.

Originally broadcast on October 28, 2010


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ONR

October 27, 2010 (28:35)

Two different takes on the states pension system for retired employees at the state capitol. A new coalition of retired fire fighters, police and other government workers say that drastic action is not needed to shore up the pension funds. Meanwhile a Republican Think Tank is touting the benefits of a defined contribution-defined benefit pension plan which is largely already opposed by current retirees. An Oklahoman has been executed in Arizona for a 1989 murder there. Jeffrey Landrigan’s last words were boomer sooner. A new federal law now requires every polling place to provide assistance to any person who is disabled and may need some assistance in casting a ballot. Tonight we take a look at the devices and services that will be on hand for those who need some help voting. It has been dubbed “mom wars”. The resulting fallout from a comment made by Congresswoman Mary Fallin during her first debate with Lt. Governor Jari Akins. We talk with women and Moms about their reactions to the comment and how it has sparked debate across the nation.

Originally broadcast on October 27, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Higher Education (5:10)

Featured in 21st Century Classroom

A live interview with Chancellor of Higher Education, Glenn Johnson talks about a host of issues now facing higher education in Oklahoma. At a time of record high enrollments the cost of a higher education keeps going up.

Related Topics: Child Development, Education

Originally broadcast on October 27, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/ONR_10-26-10.flv ONR
ONR

October 26, 2010 (28:38)

The flu has claimed its first victim in Oklahoma. The identity of the person who died is not being released by the state health department. Nine other people have been hospitalized since the first of September with the illness. In the race for governor, Lt. Governor Jari Askins is leading the fund raising effort. Askins has contributed more than $1.1 million of her own money to the effort. Congresswoman Fallin has benefited from more than $450-thousand in spending by outside agencies. The democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Oklahoma is running no commercials, has no campaign signs and makes no campaign speeches. Tonight the ONR attempts to answer the question, “where in the world is Jim Rodgers”? With record high enrollment and rising tuitions and fees, Chancellor Glenn Johnson talks live about the status of higher education in Oklahoma and its future.

Originally broadcast on October 26, 2010


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ONR

October 25, 2010 (28:38)

The state Corrections Board is asking the legislature to spend an additional $35-million to keep the prison system operating through the current fiscal year. $9-million of that would go to stop furloughing workers. Michigan State University now has a $1.2-million grant to figure out where the water in the Ogallala Aquifer is going. Part of Oklahoma covers the giant body of water that runs from the Dakotas’ to Texas. A special series of reports on the political advertising wars that have broken out in recent days as the November 2nd election is just a week away. Tulsa is one of seven U.S. cities chosen to follow a new program that fight poverty and hunger. Nearly one in five Tulsans reported incomes below the poverty level last year.

Originally broadcast on October 25, 2010