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Oklahoma News Report

January 15, 2010 (28:40)

The earthquake swarm that has been shaking central Oklahoma got more intense today as another quake hit the Jones area and hit 4.0. It was felt all across Oklahoma and parts of Logan and Lincoln counties. Organizations, charities, university students and others across the state are launching fund drives to raise money to aid in relief efforts in Haiti. The latest state agency to layoff employees is the Indigent Defense System. 8 employees are being let go as the agency that provides defense attorneys to defendants unable to pay for a private attorney, copes with a $1.8-million budget cut. District Attorney's statewide are now looking at furloughs as a way to cope with the ongoing budget crisis. So far only one D.A. has decided to furlough employees but several are still studying such a plan and most are more concerned about the budget they will face for fiscal year 2011 which begins this July. January is mentoring month. Tonight we profile a man who began mentoring school kids with his wife. After she passed away, mentoring children is now his primary activity.

Originally broadcast on January 15, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

January 14, 2010 (28:40)

Originally broadcast on January 14, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

January 13, 2010 (28:40)

Originally broadcast on January 13, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

January 12, 2010 (28:39)

Another state revenue report is due out this afternoon. State agencies are on the second month of a 10-percent across the board cutback. Senate Republicans unveil, half of their agenda for the upcoming legislative session. The GOP members of the senate want to cap property taxes at 3% a year and are opposed to any new taxes. The state Fire Marshal has begun a furlough plan to deal with ongoing budget cuts. The days off work without pay will impact only the administrative staff. The state schools for the blind and deaf are being impacted by state budget cuts more than other departments in the state Department of Rehabilitation Services. The schools operate just off of state funds and donations. Agency officials say they are doing all they can to keep both schools accredited and intact. For the first time since the 2003 budget crisis, the average amount of money spent for each student in Oklahoma public schools is going down. The mid-year allocations were sent out to the school districts this week. The Hitachi Computer Products plant in Norman is doubling in size with the addition of a new distribution center. That will mean about 75 new jobs.

Originally broadcast on January 12, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

January 11, 2010 (28:39)

A regional economist with the Federal Reserve Board says Oklahoma is showing the early signs of economic recovery. However, Chad Wilkerson says the states full recovery is precarious due to ever changing energy prices. The latest service to be slashed due to ongoing revenue failures in state government will impact victims of domestic abuse. The cuts include counseling and prevention services. Staff and benefits are also being cut to keep shelters for battered women in operation. Thursday is the deadline for lawmakers to pre-file bills for the new legislative session. Among the hundreds of new laws being introduced is a bill from Senator Steve Russell to allow hunters to use silencers on their weapons. The aftermath of frigid arctic air is broken water mains. While there is no official count, between Tulsa and Oklahoma City there may be 30 repair jobs or more waiting for crews to fix. The Tulsa trucking company that closed its doors, stranding hundreds of drivers across the nation three days before Christmas, is now filing for bankruptcy. Over the weekend Arrow Trucking company filed the paperwork to seek liquidation.

Originally broadcast on January 11, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

January 11, 2010

A regional economist with the Federal Reserve Board says Oklahoma is showing the early signs of economic recovery. However, Chad Wilkerson says the states full recovery is precarious due to ever changing energy prices. The latest service to be slashed due to ongoing revenue failures in state government will impact victims of domestic abuse. The cuts include counseling and prevention services. Staff and benefits are also being cut to keep shelters for battered women in operation. Thursday is the deadline for lawmakers to pre-file bills for the new legislative session. Among the hundreds of new laws being introduced is a bill from Senator Steve Russell to allow hunters to use silencers on their weapons. The aftermath of frigid arctic air is broken water mains. While there is no official count, between Tulsa and Oklahoma City there may be 30 repair jobs or more waiting for crews to fix. The Tulsa trucking company that closed its doors, stranding hundreds of drivers across the nation three days before Christmas, is now filing for bankruptcy. Over the weekend Arrow Trucking company filed the paperwork to seek liquidation.

Originally broadcast on January 11, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

January 7, 2010 (28:45)

Originally broadcast on January 7, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

January 6, 2010 (28:40)

Originally broadcast on January 6, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

January 5, 2010 (28:39)

With the state ranked number 6 in the nation for the number of teen pregnancies, a program at an Oklahoma City middle school is showing promise in lowering the rate of children having children. Teen Em Power is getting the credit for cutting the number of pregnant children at Taft Middle School to zero from six the semester before. The program is funded through donations. An Oklahoman is among three Ft. Carson soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan in an attack by insurgents. 19-year old Private John P. Dion of Shattuck died Sunday from wounds he suffered when his unit was hit by small arms fire and improvised explosives. About two dozen schools in northeastern Oklahoma are still closed because of icy roads left over from recent winter storms. While primary roads in the area have been cleared rural roads have not. House Speaker Chris Benge has cancelled any pre-session meetings of legislative committees to try and save money. Lawmakers go back to work February 2nd and in past years committees meet to get ready for the session. No pre-session meetings may save up to $20,000. The I.R.S. has decided to begin regulating tax preparers, to end abuses and errors in tax returns. We talk with a CPA about what the new rules will mean for consumers.

Originally broadcast on January 5, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

January 4, 2010 (28:40)

With the state ranked number 6 in the nation for the number of teen pregnancies, a program at an Oklahoma City middle school is showing promise in lowering the rate of children having children. Teen Em Power is getting the credit for cutting the number of pregnant children at Taft Middle School to zero from six the semester before. The program is funded through donations. An Oklahoman is among three Ft. Carson soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan in an attack by insurgents. 19-year old Private John P. Dion of Shattuck died Sunday from wounds he suffered when his unit was hit by small arms fire and improvised explosives. About two dozen schools in northeastern Oklahoma are still closed because of icy roads left over from recent winter storms. While primary roads in the area have been cleared rural roads have not. House Speaker Chris Benge has cancelled any pre-session meetings of legislative committees to try and save money. Lawmakers go back to work February 2nd and in past years committees meet to get ready for the session. No pre-session meetings may save up to $20,000. The I.R.S. has decided to begin regulating tax preparers, to end abuses and errors in tax returns. We talk with a CPA about what the new rules will mean for consumers.

Originally broadcast on January 4, 2010