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Oklahoma News Report

Debate Debrief (3:54)

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Related Topics: Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on October 20, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

ONR Extra Debate (4:28)

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Related Topics: Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on October 20, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Rural Medicine (4:06)

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Related Topics: Health Care & Illnesses

Originally broadcast on October 20, 2010


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ONR

October 20, 2010 (28:39)

Both camps are claiming to have won the first debate between the candidates for Governor. We talk with a political science professor to get an independent view of their performance. ONR Extra features segments of the first gubernatorial debate. State government used the “Rainy Day Fund” to help fill budget holes in the current fiscal year budget. Now municipalities are looking at creating similar funds to help them get through tough economic times. There is a growing shortage of physicians in rural Oklahoma. A new effort is underway to find more doctors willing to set up shop in rural areas, and then stay there.

Originally broadcast on October 20, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Chinese Immersion Class

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Related Topics: Race & Ethnicity, Child Development, Education, Education

Originally broadcast on September 7, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

More Trains (2:28)

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Related Topics: Business & Economy, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on October 19, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Teacher Retirement System (3:05)

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Related Topics: Business & Economy, Government, Education

Originally broadcast on October 19, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Breast Cancer (8:08)

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Related Topics: Health Care & Illnesses, Women, Science & Technology, Women, Health

Originally broadcast on October 19, 2010


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ONR

October 19, 2010 (28:39)

Oklahoma Votes 2010 focuses on campaign finance tonight. How can you track the money, where will you hit a brick wall and just how much cash does it take to mount a successful campaign for public office. A legislative panel begins an examination of a proposal to remove retired teachers from the pension system if they take jobs with associations or labor unions. Last week it was expansion of passenger rail services to the north, this week a study has begun to find a new Intermodal train station for Oklahoma City. Then there’s street cars, commuter trains and more. All the talk and planning is now bumping up against the big issue, funding. For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we talk with an expert on fund raising, awareness and new treatments.

Originally broadcast on October 19, 2010


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ONR

October 18, 2010 (28:35)

The new judge hearing the murder trial of an Oklahoma City pharmacist has denied a request to allow T.V. camera’s to cover the proceedings. Judge Ray Elliott did rule that T.V. cameras will be allowed into the courtroom when the jury reaches a verdict for Jerome Ersland. A group of guards and other employees of the Department of Corrections say legislators will have to come up with a supplemental funding measure for the current fiscal year. Employees continue to face furloughs at a time when staffing levels are already very low. We talk with a veteran Oklahoma coal miner, who now teaches safety courses, about the Chilean miner rescue and Oklahoma’s deadly past for those who earned a living working underground. Get ready for the campaign signs? Several communities have tough laws about placing signs along right-of-ways but will they enforce those city laws if it involves those running for public office? For the 30th month in a row, the number of Oklahomans receiving food stamps has increased. A discussion on the reasons behind why so many people in the Sooner state, need help putting food on the table.

Originally broadcast on October 18, 2010