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Oklahoma News Report

July 29, 2010 (28:39)

Lori Rasmussen talked to Attorney General Drew Edmondson about his future plans, following his loss to Lt. Gov. Jari Askins in the Democratic gubernatorial primary. Republicans have drawn the top ballot position in the November general election. Now that the primary is over – what happens to all the leftover yard signs? Angela Rosecrans found out. This week marks the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. In our Newsmaker Interview, we talked to Pam Henry of the Oklahoma City Mayor’s Council on Disability Concerns about that the law has meant for the disabled. There’s a place along the Arkansas River that is being developed as a habitat for the Least Tern, one of Oklahoma’s endangered species. Cathy Tatom took us there. Costumes from some of Hollywood’s most famous movies remain on display through August 15 at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. In our Gallery Weekend report, we learned more about the clothes that once adorned Hollywood royalty.

Originally broadcast on July 29, 2010

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Oklahoma News Report

July 28, 2010 (28:40)

Come November, Oklahoma will have its first female governor. Mary Fallin and Jari Akins were both back on the campaign trail one day after winning their respective primary elections. One major question yet unanswered from the Tuesday primaries, what happens to those people who supported Sen. Randy Brogdon for the republican gubentorial nomination. Brogdon was unclear whether he would throw his support to Congresswoman Fallin. It is going to cost Haskell County tax payers nearly $200-thousand to settle a lawsuit with the ACLU over the county’s failed legal fight to keep a monument to the 10 Commandments on the grounds of the county courthouse. Another new movie is filming in Oklahoma. “Bringing up Bobby” is written and directed by Famke Janssen of X-Men fame. The movie stars Bill Pullman and Milla Jovovich.

Originally broadcast on July 28, 2010

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Oklahoma News Report

July 27, 2010 (28:40)

The annual Kids Count study is out and it shows Oklahoma is ranked 44th in the nation for the well being of children. In 10 areas of study the state made progress in only one. Its primary election day and state officials are expecting more than half a million republicans and democrats to cast ballots. Complete coverage tonight beginning at 7:00 from OETA. Oklahoma politicians are discovering the value of social media for campaigns. The Internet and sites such as Facebook and Twitter are offering new ways to connect with voters. A major new terminal opens today at the states largest airport. This terminal is for general aviation users.

Originally broadcast on July 27, 2010

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Oklahoma News Report

July 26, 2010 (28:40)

Oklahomans have been taking advantage of early voting to cast ballots for Tuesdays primary election. Turnout on Tuesday is expected to be slightly higher than normal. Residents of Catoosa will decide Tuesday, whether to change their form of city government. We take a look at the options tonight. Main Street through Chandler is Route 66 and the community is taking advantage of history to keep their downtown vibrant. Volunteers spend their day stuffing backpacks full of back to school supplies. The supplies are destined for grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.

Originally broadcast on July 26, 2010

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Oklahoma News Report

July 23, 2010 (28:39)

Originally broadcast on July 23, 2010

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Oklahoma News Report

July 22, 2010 (28:39)

A National Religious Liberty watchdog group is asking the I.R.S. to investigate an Edmond church organization for allegedly violating federal tax exemptions for openly supporting the campaign of state Rep. Sally Kern. A state lawmaker and the group Smoke Free Oklahoma is calling on the Corrections department to again allow smoking in minimum security prisons. Tulsa police say an internal probe has uncovered additional incidents of theft and lying on the part of police officers. Five officers already face a criminal indictment in a federal grand jury probe. Sandy Garrett gives her final State of Education speech. She talked about the differences in education from 1990 when she took office until now. Ms. Garrett pointed out 35% of students in 1990 received free or reduced priced lunches. Now that number is up to 60%.

Originally broadcast on July 22, 2010

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Oklahoma News Report

July 21, 2010 (28:40)

If a lawsuit by the State Insurance Commissioner is successful, Oklahoma’s Medicaid program would lose nearly $190-million. Because of requirements on stimulus money the state has used to shore up the program, how health care authority officials deal with such a cut is limited. Budget cuts for the city of Sapulpa mean several fire fighters are losing their jobs. A new education report gives the state a B+ score for increased academic standards in English and Mathematics. A federal appeals court takes up a case that could force drastic changes to the most expensive highway project in state history. Where the jobs will be in the months ahead in Oklahoma. We talk with an expert tonight on the ONR.

Originally broadcast on July 21, 2010

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Oklahoma News Report

July 20, 2010 (28:34)

A new national study claims Oklahoma and 13 other states are headed for a water crisis in part due to climate change. Oklahoma water officials say they see the biggest issue as a lack of infrastructure to preserve and move the water the state has. New unemployment numbers show the rate is up one tenth of a percent to 6.8%. That equates to just over 120-thousand people unemployed in the state. Oklahoma Congressman John Sullivan is blasting the Obama administration for trying to continue a ban on off shore drilling. His comments came at the start of congressional hearings into the Interior Departments role in the BP disaster in the gulf. Oklahoma used just under half of its allotment of H1-N1 vaccine which means more than 200-thousand doses sat unused and have now expired. For the first time, not everyone who walks through the doors of City-County Health Departments across the state will get free immunization shots. As the start of the school year draws near budget cuts are forcing health agencies to charge those not on Medicaid or other government programs.

Originally broadcast on July 20, 2010

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Oklahoma News Report

July 19, 2010 (28:39)

An Oklahoma County District Court Judge has kept a temporary injunction in place until early next year, blocking an anti-abortion law from going into effect. The law requires a woman seeking an abortion to have an ultra-sound exam and to be shown the results and have it described to her by the doctor. Governor Henry is asking for another federal disaster declaration this time for Oklahoma County from flooding earlier this month. U.S. News and World Report is out with a list of the top 10 states feeling the most pain from the recession. Oklahoma is ranked 10th with the combined loss of services plus tax hikes reaching nearly 500 dollars per taxpayer. Tonight we profile the last of six candidates for Governor. We join the campaign trial with Attorney General Drew Edmondson.

Originally broadcast on July 19, 2010

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Oklahoma News Report

July 16, 2010 (28:39)

Originally broadcast on July 16, 2010