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Oklahoma News Report

April 27, 2010 (28:39)

Less than two hours after the state Senate over-rode the Governor’s veto of two anti-abortion laws, a lawsuit was filed against the state claiming the new laws are unconstitutional. It will be the second time provisions in those new laws have ended up in court. House Democrats are calling for a moratorium or freeze on some if not all of the more than 450 state tax credits. It is estimated the state gives away more than $5.6-billion in tax breaks each year. A suspect in an arson fire that claimed six lives in Oklahoma City is now in custody after getting in a gunfight with Tulsa Police. 32-year old Denny Phillips is expected to recover from three gunshot wounds. The Oklahoma City Thunder face-off against the Los Angeles Lakers tonight in L.A. in the fifth game of their seven game series. The series is currently tied at two games each.

Originally broadcast on April 27, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 26, 2010 (28:39)

Supporters of two anti-abortion bills vetoed last week by Governor Henry are vowing to attempt an over-ride vote. They will need a three fourths majority to do it. A group of Corrections Department employees staged a protest on the south steps of the state capitol today warning that ongoing budget cuts are putting the public’s safety at risk. The new Arizona immigration law has the attention of Hispanic leaders across Oklahoma. There is talk in the legislature of introducing a similar bill. An Appropriations sub-committee was told today that any further budget cuts to the Indigent Defense Fund will mean the agency will no longer be able to represent those unable to pay for an attorney. That would mean releasing people from jail without trial.

Originally broadcast on April 26, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 23, 2010 (28:39)

Governor Henry veto's a pair of anti-abortion bills saying they are constitutionally flawed. One would force a woman to undergo an ultrasound and listen to a detailed description of the fetus. The other would have prohibited a woman from suing a doctor for withholding information or giving inaccurate information about her pregnancy. Speaking at an event in Stillwater honoring outgoing Superintendent of Public Instruction Sandy Garrett, Governor Henry called on school teachers to lobby lawmakers. He wants teachers to convince legislators to enact fee hikes and other budget proposals instead of making more budget cuts, especially for education. Another sign that the nation's and Oklahoma's economy is turning around. Leisure travel is increasing after falling flat for the last two years. The story of Edmond high school students who raised more than half a million dollars to help cure children with cancer.

Originally broadcast on April 23, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 20, 2010 (28:40)

House Speaker Chris Benge and Senate President Pro Temp Glenn Coffee say they will file their own lawsuit to try and block the Health Care Reform Act. They also don't want the Attorney General handling the case. A series of five anti-abortion bills easily cleared the state Senate this week. They were originally part of a single bill that was declared unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court. In-Depth tonight, debate from the floor of the state Senate over a resolution that says state's are in charge of regulating health care, not the federal government. If Oklahoma's Sam Bradford is picked first in the NFL draft this week, O.U. would join and exclusive club. Notre Dame is the only other school to have players drafted first in the same year by the NBA and the NFL.

Originally broadcast on April 20, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 16, 2010 (28:40)

Originally broadcast on April 16, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 21, 2010 (28:30)

The Oklahoma House has rejected a bill that would have charged a heath access fee of health insurance companies to fund the states Insure Oklahoma plan. Insure Oklahoma is the states effort to expand health care coverage to the uninsured. More warnings today for state lawmakers of what will happen if 10% or higher budget cuts continue into fiscal year 2011. District Attorney's from around the state are warning that such cuts compromise public safety. Mental health officials warn that ongoing budget cuts will send up to 5,000 more inmates to state prisons and increase the suicide rate. In-Depth tonight we discuss the rules for the newest stimulus act program, rebates for buying new energy efficient home appliances.

Originally broadcast on April 21, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 19, 2010 (28:40)

A special report on the anniversary ceremony. A re-broadcast of the original Oklahoma New Report coverage of the attack. A live interview with Charles Newcomb, the OETA reporter on the scene that day. Discussion with an Oklahoman who was just a child the day of the bombing and lost a family member in what remains the deadliest act of domestic terrorism in the nation's history. How Oklahoma school children learn now about the attack and what will change under a new state law.

Originally broadcast on April 19, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 19, 1995 (3:24)

Excerpt from coverage of the bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City

Originally broadcast on April 19, 1995


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Oklahoma News Report

April 5, 2010 (30:01)

Governor Brad Henry has been busy signing into law, bills passed by the legislature. That has included three anti-abortion bills that were part of an earlier law that was struck down by the state Supreme Court. Furloughs and layoffs are now being considered for employees of the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. Court officials say if the cutback for next fiscal year matches those of this year, it will mean furlough days and reductions in force starting on July 1st. A new poll shows that more than 62-percent of Oklahomans trust the accuracy of reporting by local news media. Most Oklahomans still get their news from television. Oklahoma's economy is running like a car with a nail in one tire. The analogy offered by the Economic Development Generating Excellence policy board. We talk In-Depth on their conclusion that it is time to rethink economic development in the state. And we meet a 7-year old girl who set the record this year for selling the most Girl Scout Cookies-more than 5,000 boxes.

Originally broadcast on April 5, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 2, 2010 (30:00)

Attorney General Drew Edmondson is intervening in a judge's decision that left four girls in the custody of adoptive parents who were convicted of sexually abusing a fifth child. Governor Henry is one of 30 governors' across the country that received a letter from an anti-government group, demanding that he leave office within three days or be removed. The FBI says they do not see any security threat in the letters. The Oklahoma division of Disabled American Veterans offers a free transportation service to vets who for whatever reason are unable to get to V.A. Medical facilities for treatment. The group is now issuing a public request for volunteer drivers. We talk In-Depth about the service and their needs. In Business Today, a feature report on an Oklahoma company that is providing produce to thousands of stores in states across the country. An inside look at J-M Farms in Miami.

Originally broadcast on April 2, 2010