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Oklahoma News Report

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Oklahoma News Report

November 9, 2009 (30:01)

Edmond city officials are feeling unfairly treated, because their senior nutrition center was closed. The Mayor says their center feed 65 people every day which is a large site and it was closed because of the perception that Edmond is a wealthy city that can afford to cover the cost of the feeding program. A new poll of Oklahomans shows 83% support development of wind power and are willing to pay more for it. They also favor mandates that require more wind power production. The poll was done as a way to influence policy on wind energy in the months ahead. Relatives of Jim Thorpe are going to court to try and have his body reburied in Oklahoma. His remains are currently interred in Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania in a deal that was put together by his widow. The Oklahoma City Animal Shelter has set a record for, Adoptions. Last month 777 animals were adopted out to new homes. The shelter has a special offer right now for anyone looking to adopt a pet. We talk In-Depth with the Chairman of the Political Science Department at OCU about the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and what if any lasting impact that event has on the world.

Originally broadcast on November 9, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

November 9, 2009 (30:00)

Edmond city officials are feeling unfairly treated, because their senior nutrition center was closed. The Mayor says their center feed 65 people every day which is a large site and it was closed because of the perception that Edmond is a wealthy city that can afford to cover the cost of the feeding program. A new poll of Oklahomans shows 83% support development of wind power and are willing to pay more for it. They also favor mandates that require more wind power production. The poll was done as a way to influence policy on wind energy in the months ahead. Relatives of Jim Thorpe are going to court to try and have his body reburied in Oklahoma. His remains are currently interred in Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania in a deal that was put together by his widow. The Oklahoma City Animal Shelter has set a record for, Adoptions. Last month 777 animals were adopted out to new homes. The shelter has a special offer right now for anyone looking to adopt a pet. We talk In-Depth with the Chairman of the Political Science Department at OCU about the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and what if any lasting impact that event has on the world.

Originally broadcast on November 9, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

November 6, 2009 (30:00)

Originally broadcast on November 6, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

November 5, 2009 (28:40)

For the first time in nearly three decades, cameras will be allowed into an Oklahoma courtroom to cover an entire 1st degree murder trial. An Oklahoma County Judge made the ruling today in the case of Jerome Ersland, a pharmacist who shot and killed a 16-year old would be armed robber. The Oklahoma News Report is part of the media pool that will be providing coverage of the trail. Budget cuts are coming to an Oklahoma institution of higher learning. USAO in Chickasha is cutting salaries, furloughing workers during the holidays and ending annuity payments to try and balance their budget. The I.R.S. is looking for more than 11-hundred Oklahomans who are due refunds but the checks were returned as undeliverable. The checks total more than a million dollars. As an Enid couple was driving home from church along a rural road outside of town, they encountered a site that truly caught them off guard. Standing in the roadway was an elephant. The car and the elephant did collide causing damage to the vehicle and breaking one of the elephants tusks and injuring a leg. The injuries were not believed serious. The mammoth escaped from a nearby Circus company.

Originally broadcast on November 5, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

November 4, 2009 (30:01)

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

November 3, 2009 (30:01)

Originally broadcast on November 3, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

November 2, 2009 (30:01)

Originally broadcast on November 2, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 30, 2009 (30:00)

Originally broadcast on October 30, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 29, 2009 (30:01)

County Commissioners across the state are approving a resolution that calls on the legislature to act quickly to replace the $7.4 million dollars that was cut by DHS from the Senior Nutrition Program. Meanwhile, county officials are looking for ways to keep meals going to elderly residents while numerous centers and kitchens are being forced to close. People lined up in the rain for blocks at the Tulsa Salvation Army offices today. It was the opening of the sign-up period for people needing help over the holidays. Memorial services were held today for an Oklahoma City homeless veteran with full military honors thanks to a special program that steps in to provide services when no one claims the body of a veteran who has passed away. A government study on state-by-state differences in sleeplessness puts Oklahoma near the top of the list for people suffering from lack of sleep. Experts believe sleep-deprived people are more inclined to eat more fatty foods, plus they suffer from financial stress and odd-hour work shifts. We talk with the Tax Man about those tax credits for homeowners who make their houses more energy efficient by purchasing more energy efficient appliances.

Originally broadcast on October 29, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 28, 2009 (30:01)

PRESIDENT OBAMA NAMES O.U. PRESIDENT DAVID BOREN TO CO-CHAIR HIS INTELLIGENCE ADVISORY BOARD. A PAIR OF OKLAHOMA HOSPITALS ARE TAKING PART IN AN EXPERIMENT TO TRY A NEW WAY OF BILLING MEDICARE FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES. OKLAHOMA SENATOR TOM COBURN SLAMS HEALTH CARE REFORM AND GETS SLAMMED IN RETURN BY A FELLOW LAWMAKER. WE GET A TOUR FROM AN EXPERT ON OKLAHOMA MYSTERIES, OF ONE OKLAHOMA COMMUNITY FILLED WITH MYSTERY'S.

Originally broadcast on October 28, 2009