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Oklahoma News Report

Gun Smuggling

Featured in Top Stories

Related Topics: Forensics & Investigations, National Security, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on September 24, 2010


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ONR

September 27, 2010 (27:56)

State Agencies continue to crank out new budget requests for fiscal year 2012 and the trend continues of asking for increased funding. New requests from the Mental Health and Substance Abuse and Department of Veterans Affairs departments include millions in new funding. The biggest employer in Oklahoma remains the government. When all federal, state and local government jobs are tallied more than 330,000 people in this state work for the government. A school board member and state lawmakers say they have a plan to begin closing the education achievement and graduation gap between white and minority students. With training camp now less than a day away, the coach and players of the Oklahoma City Thunder NBA team meet with the media to talk about the upcoming season.

Originally broadcast on September 27, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Muskogee Band

Featured in Preserving History

Related Topics: Music, Fine Arts

Originally broadcast on September 24, 2010


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ONR

September 24, 2010 (28:39)

We conclude our interview with war correspondent Mike Boettcher, embedded with the 101st Airborne near the Afghan/Pakistan border. More indictments in the gun smuggling scheme allegedly run by a former state narcotics agent. The guns were reportedly being smuggled into Mexico to arm factions of various drug cartels. The former President Pro temp of the state Senate was forced to leave a political forum featuring Mary Fallin and Jari Askins. It was reportedly part of an agreement between the candidates that no political operatives of opposing camps could be in the room.

Originally broadcast on September 24, 2010


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ONR

September 23, 2010 (28:39)

We talk with war correspondent Mike Boettcher about his assignment, embedded with the 101st Airborne near the Pakistan/Afghan border and near where Osama Bin Laden is believed to be hiding. Oklahoma U.S. Senator Tom Coburn explains his opposition to a bill to empower the FDA to deal with food borne illnesses. A tour of a private school in Tulsa that has been approved to accept special needs public school students whose tuition will be covered by tax dollars, under a new state law. Historians from around the world are in Oklahoma, meeting to find better ways to preserve history during tight economic times.

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2010


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ONR

September 22, 2010 (28:52)

An Oklahoma County Judge has ruled that the dates of birth of state employees can only be made public by a state agency and only after a review for privacy concerns. The ruling did not please any of the parties involved and will be appealed. We spent part of the day with Lt. Governor Jari Askins as she campaigns for the job of governor at the State Fair. A warning from fishermen, conservation groups and government agencies. The state must take stronger steps to deal with a growing invasion of zebra mussels or face the real threat of dying lakes due to loss of oxygen. A number of reforms go into effect today under the Health Care law passed by congress. They include benefits to thousands of Oklahoma small businesses.

Originally broadcast on September 22, 2010


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ONR

September 17, 2010 (28:39)

Originally broadcast on September 17, 2010


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ONR

September 20, 2010 (28:39)

No damage was reported from another in an ongoing series of earthquakes in the Luther-Jones area of Oklahoma County. This quake hit 4.0 Sunday afternoon. Skiatook High School principal Donna Brogan is back at work today, after being suspended with pay a week ago by school district officials. Students protested last week calling for her return believing the suspension was retribution over an ongoing controversy involving the district Superintendent. The EPA has dismissed Oklahoma’s haze reduction plan, substituting a federal approach to eliminating hazy sky’s over parts of southern Oklahoma. Most of the haze blows in from Texas. Congresswoman Mary Fallin rented a private train today to make a whistle stop type tour through several western Oklahoma communities on her way to a fund raising event.

Originally broadcast on September 20, 2010


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ONR

September 16, 2010 (28:32)

A private lab reports finding toxic chemicals in the drinking water of a community in Pennsylvania in the heart of the gas-rich Marcellus Shale. The chemicals are used in the hydraulic fracturing process used by energy companies to access the natural gas. Oklahoma’s Chesapeake Energy is one of several companies with holdings in the area. The Water Resources Board says 20 river gages may be closed down because of budget cuts. Data from those gages is used by the National Weather Service to issue flood warnings. The High School in Boynton has been closed. 17 students attended classes at the school in eastern Oklahoma which has run out of money because of budget cuts. Oklahoma is now ranked 5th in the nation for the number of teenagers having babies. We talk with an expert on why the number of teen mothers keeps increasing.

Originally broadcast on September 16, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

Farm Loan Program

Featured in Sunup

Originally broadcast on September 13, 2010