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Oklahoma News Report

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Oklahoma News Report

December 14, 2009 (30:01)

The Corporation Commission approves a rate hike for Oklahoma Natural Gas Company. The increase is part of a deal worked out between the utility, the attorney generals office and large industrial users. ONG says it needs more money because of infrastructure costs. Oral Roberts is reported to be in stable condition at a California hospital after a fall over the weekend. The televangelist is being treated for broken bones and pneumonia. State Senator Constance Johnson is calling for elimination of the death penalty in Oklahoma. A state lawmaker says he will introduce a bill next year, to lower the monthly allotment lawmakers receive for health care insurance to match that of education employees. Lawmakers currently receive $608 a month for themselves, $609 dollars a month for their spouse and 75% of that for dependants. Today OETA begins the switch over of its low power transmitter sites from analog to digital. We follow the process and talk with Deputy Director Mark Norman about what this means for viewers across the state.

Originally broadcast on December 14, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

December 11, 2009 (30:01)

Economists with a national legislative group are predicting state budgets will take up to another two years to recover from the recession. The latest revenue collections for state government are due out next week, with the latest budget projections due out the week after that. The state Ethics Commission is being urged to begin charging fines for politicians who fail to meet deadlines for filing campaign reports. Those fines can go as high as $1,000 a day. Ethics Commission officials have told a House Subcommittee that it would need to hire at least one additional employee to begin processing the fines. One new death is being reported in the state because of H1N1 Flu. A Garfield county man died last week from the virus. The death of a Kiowa County man several weeks ago has not yet been confirmed as swine flu related. 11 Oklahoma Indian tribes are receiving millions of dollars in federal funding to improve mass transit systems on Indian lands. The funding is split between regular federal funding and money from the Stimulus Act. We talk with an expert about the pitfalls of early retirement as it pertains to Social Security benefits. As the life span of Americans increases, more workers are staying on the job longer and that could mean a bigger monthly check once retirement time does arrive.

Originally broadcast on December 11, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

December 10, 2009 (30:01)

Originally broadcast on December 10, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

December 9, 2009 (30:00)

Originally broadcast on December 9, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

December 8, 2009 (30:00)

Originally broadcast on December 8, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

December 7, 2009 (30:01)

On the eve of a vote by Oklahoma City residents on the MAPS 3 proposal, more organized opposition has appeared. A group calling itself Advocates for Justice added its voice to that of police and fire unions who oppose the sales tax vote. The OSBI says it has reached a dead end in its investigation into the murder of Pastor Carol Daniels in her Anadarko church. The Caddo County D.A. says he is dismayed by the lack of progress. More than 100 Oklahomans are now looking for real health care insurance after discovering the company they were paying premiums to was instead ripping them off. American Trade Association allegedly sold fake health insurance plans and to continue the scam continually changed its name with new fake contact information. People in at least 20 states were victims with at least $14-million in premiums paid to the company. More than 100 people are now out of a job and their last paychecks after a Tulsa marketing firm abruptly closed down. Automated Research and Marketing had been in business for nine years. Sneezy the elephant is one potent guy. The Oklahoma City Zoo shipped Sneezy to Tulsa to try and start a love affair of sorts with Asha and now word comes that on the first attempt things went according to plan and now the Tulsa Zoo elephant is expecting. She is expected to deliver the new arrival in May of 2011.

Originally broadcast on December 7, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

December 4, 2009 (30:01)

The Office of Juvenile Affairs has shut down one facility, ended programs and put employees on one day a month furloughs to keep up with ongoing state budget cuts. OJA officials have told lawmakers if the budget cuts get bigger, they will have to close secure lockups for juvenile offenders. For the first time since it began in 1992, the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program has more than 10,000 students enrolled from a single graduating class. Recent changes to the system were designed to expand eligibility to the program. Tonight we take a tour of the newly opened Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame and Jim Thorpe Museum. The facility is home to three unique exhibits that include the multitude of famous Oklahoma sports figures as well has providing a home for Jim Thorpe memorabilia. Living in north Tulsa has meant driving for many miles to find a grocery store. That is about to change as the first food store in many years is opening its doors as part of a larger economic development project for the area. Community leaders say race issues were largely behind the lack of such services in the past. Tonight Captain Kirk will get onboard a reining horse to take part in the Performance Horses Celebrity Slide for the Make-A-Wish foundation of Oklahoma. William Shatner along with Lyle Lovett and other celebrities are giving their time to raise funds for a program that gives a final wish to a child with a terminal illness.

Originally broadcast on December 4, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

December 3, 2009 (30:01)

Originally broadcast on December 3, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

December 2, 2009 (30:01)

Originally broadcast on December 2, 2009

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Oklahoma News Report

December 1, 2009 (30:01)

The state Corrections Board is telling lawmakers it is time to look at old solutions to deal with a current crisis. Facing more than $22-million in cutbacks this fiscal year, the Corrections Department is seeing a growing backlog of prisoners waiting for a bed in a prison system that is at capacity. The suggestions include putting the CAP law back in place to let non-violent offenders out of prison early. Researchers at the O.U. Health Sciences Center have discovered a synthetic compound that may have the potential to one day be used as a pill to prevent cancer. Lab tests show the compound kills 12 different kinds of cancer. Several more rounds of trials for the compound mean at least five years before it could be used as a treatment for cancer patients. House sub-committees begin a new round of hearings on the ailing state budget. Facing at least a billion dollar shortfall, House leaders are urging agencies to not show up with just negative news about the impact of cutbacks but instead find positive ways to make their operations more efficient. Tonight part one of our series, Meth Madness tells the story of two very different women who shared the same problem, methamphetamine addiction. The ONR investigation finds that at any given time there are up to 900 people on waiting lists to get into a treatment facility. Most never make it to treatment. A pair of Oklahoma universities is joining forces to launch a new program aimed at addressing a shortage of physicians in the state. O.U. and T.U. will collaboration a new four year community medical education program.

Originally broadcast on December 1, 2009