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Oklahoma News Report

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Oklahoma News Report

August 13, 2010 (22:48)

One more day of the heat wave before weather forecasters promise a break from triple digits. The heat has claimed 8 lives so far this year. Three years probation for former OSU Basketball Coach Sean Sutton who pleaded guilty to illegally obtaining prescription drugs. The stories of two men on Oklahoma’s death row are now receiving national media attention. Jeffrey Matthews is to be executed next week but a former model is using the Internet to plead his case for clemency. And James Fisher is a free man now, released from death row after 27 years as long as he never returns to the state. An Oklahoma soldier finds justice in a case against his former employer, one of the states private prisons. And a visit with the star of a movie currently being filmed in Oklahoma. 12-year old Spencer List.

Originally broadcast on August 13, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

August 12, 2010 (22:54)

Officials of the Oklahoma City Catholic Arch Dioceses declined to comment and asked reporters to leave their offices today when asked to address allegations being made by a member of a group representing victims of sex abuse by priests. The Survivors Network charges there are known pedophile priests working in Oklahoma now. A march to show support for an Oklahoman suspected of leaking secret military documents on the war in Afghanistan to a web-site, is planned for tonight. PFC. Bradley Manning is in custody. County Jails across the state are approaching or already at capacity because of state budget cuts. The overcrowding is caused by the State Corrections system keeping more of their inmates in county jails for lack of bed space in state prisons. All of state government’s pension funds reported declines in the second quarter of 2010. All but one is now funded below the 80 percent level which is considered to be adequately funded.

Originally broadcast on August 12, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

August 11, 2010 (22:48)

An Oklahoma death row inmate scheduled for execution next week is asking for a second clemency hearing. Governor Henry has twice granted stays of execution for Jeffrey David Matthews. For now, at least, plans to use traffic cameras to catch people driving without insurance are on hold. Problems remain with the data base to be used to verify insurance. The state was expecting $50-million from the program to help balance this year’s state budget. The remains of U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer Donald Wann of Shawnee will be headed home soon for burial with full military honors. Wann was killed June 1, 1971 when his helicopter was shot down in South Vietnam. DNA testing has now confirmed the identity of remains found in 2008. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is campaigning in Oklahoma today for two republican candidates. He also spoke at the state Capitol touting changes in public education he claims are putting Florida schools above Oklahoma.

Originally broadcast on August 11, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

August 10, 2010 (29:59)

The effort to help laid off public school teachers find new work, with a job fair featuring some of the states biggest corporations. Scientists at OMRF find a way to get adult cells to transform into stem cells. A break-through that holds promise for a host of new treatments. A federal judge dismisses a lawsuit by descendants of Geronimo, who sought to return his remains to New Mexico. The suit charged the Skull and Bones Society stole some of Geronimo’s remains from his grave in Lawton. State government is beginning the new fiscal year in much better financial condition. Revenue figures for the month of July show the state brought in 10% more than the same month a year ago and 12% above the official estimate.

Originally broadcast on August 10, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

August 9, 2010 (30:00)

DEQ officials are revealing the results of air testing in the Tulsa area from a fire at a private landfill that has been burning since last week. Much of the cloud from the fire has drifted over parts of Tulsa. A new Oklahoma Poll shows most people in the state favor tougher laws against illegal immigration. But the poll also shows a clear majority favor allowing those already in the country to remain as long as they work toward citizenship. Oklahoma City has made another Top 10 list and that’s the good news. The not so good news, the Capitol City is number five on the worst place to live list, according to a survey by Walletpop.com. The ranking was largely due to obesity rates and poor health ratings. Oklahoma lobbyists have spent more than $360,000 on political campaigns for the fall elections. The most money has been spent on the governor’s race.

Originally broadcast on August 9, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

August 6, 2010 (28:32)

The EPA says its testing shows the smoke from a fire at a private landfill near Tulsa did not contain any hazardous substances. The fire continues to smolder. More Oklahoma public schools are expected to make the “needs improvement” list from the federal government. Rising standards for students and schools are being blamed for the expected increase. A state lawmaker is trying to jump start a commuter rail system for the state. Rep. Charlie Joyner has been meeting with Texas commuter rail officials to get a demonstration train to Oklahoma City sometime next year. A ribbon-cutting in Wewoka today to mark the start of broad-band Internet service to the area. It is one of many new projects across the state to expand such services to more rural parts of the state.

Originally broadcast on August 6, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

August 5, 2010 (28:39)

Originally broadcast on August 5, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

August 4, 2010 (28:38)

Originally broadcast on August 4, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

August 2, 2010 (28:39)

Oklahoma school districts are sounding the alarm bells. They have salaries for thousands of teachers covered this year with stimulus funds, money that won’t be there next year. State prisons making new bed space because of a law that requires those in custody for certain crimes but who are also illegal aliens, to be deported. Identity thieves are now targeting dormant social security numbers, usually belonging to young children. The numbers are resold under what’s known as a CPN, or credit protection number to other thieves who quickly run up huge debts that will never be repaid. Business owners are bracing for what may be a dramatic hike in the cost of doing business. With rising unemployment rates comes the need to increase the cost of unemployment insurance which means higher rates to employers. A decision is expected on Tuesday.

Originally broadcast on August 2, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

July 30, 2010 (27:48)

Originally broadcast on July 30, 2010