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Oklahoma News Report

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Oklahoma News Report

October 13, 2009 (30:00)

Originally broadcast on October 13, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 12, 2009 (30:01)

Originally broadcast on October 12, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 9, 2009 (30:00)

Oklahoma is now setting a new record every day for the number of people receiving food stamps. On average 500 new people are added to the food stamp rolls every day in Oklahoma. There's a rush of new home buyers in Oklahoma. The $8,000 tax break for 1st time home buyers is driving the new business. The deadline to buy a home and receive the tax credit is the end of December. 44,000 new doses of swine flu vaccine will arrive in Oklahoma in the next few days. The vaccines will be in mist and injectable form. Health Departments across the state are already running out of the vaccine for this years regular strain of influenza.

Originally broadcast on October 9, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 8, 2009 (30:01)

According to a study by the Commonwealth Fund, Oklahoma ranks last among the states for health care access, cost and health outcomes. The only areas of improvement found in the study for Oklahoma involved health care insurance and access for children. The death of a Lawton man is now being attributed to the H1N1 flu virus. The death brings to at least six the number of Oklahomans who have died after contracting the flu virus. Another casualty of ongoing budget cuts in state government. The Office of Juvenile Affairs is canceling a contract with a Pryor company that provides rehabilitative services for juvenile offenders. A juvenile judge says the cut is a devastating loss. Past efforts to outlaw cell phone and text messaging while driving have failed in the state legislature. But a legislative committee is examining the issue again and expects to be more successful in limiting such practices in the next session. Tonight we go In-Depth with Stateline. A preview of the new documentary on the history of the Ku Klux Klan in Oklahoma and a live interview with producer Robert Burch on the past and present activities of the Klan in Oklahoma.

Originally broadcast on October 8, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 7, 2009 (30:01)

Originally broadcast on October 7, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 5, 2009 (30:00)

Originally broadcast on October 5, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 5, 2009 (29:58)

Originally broadcast on October 5, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

October 1, 2009 (29:59)

The Oklahoma Department of Human Services has decided to cut nearly 30% of the state's nutrition program budget prompting a state lawmaker to call for a special legislative session. Senator Kenneth Corn says the move will close senior nutrition centers statewide and imperil the lives of thousands of senior citizens. A group of state legislators is considering making Oklahoma's criminal code more user friendly. State Rep. Mark McCullough, (R) Sapulpa, says criminal law needs to be streamlined and centralized to make it easier for attorneys, judges, police and the public to understand. Critics say gutting existing statutes could have the unintended effect of loss of case law. President Obama has nominated Sandford Coats to be the new U.S. attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma. Coats has been assistant U.S. attorney since 2004. Congress' failure to pass agency budget bills could cause problems for road and bridge projects in Oklahoma. The state is expecting $40 million in reimbursement, but there is no money in the Federal Highway Trust Fund to pay the state back. The first swine flu vaccine could arrive in Oklahoma early next week, but supply will be very limited. Only about 21,000 doses of flu mist inhaled inoculations are being made available for use by healthy people. The State Health Department is working on a plan to determine who will get them. New efforts are underway to ban text messaging while driving in Oklahoma. Currently 20 states and the District of Columbia prohibit the practice.

Originally broadcast on October 1, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

September 30, 2009 (30:00)

A marine, U.S. Senator, Oklahoma Governor and a true statesman. Henry Bellmon has died from complications from Parkinson's disease. All state flags are now at half staff. Expanded coverage tonight on the ONR. A lawsuit has been filed against a new bill that goes into effect November 1st that places new reporting requirements on abortion doctors. The bill also does several other things which are the basis of the suit that cites a constitutional provision that all bills cover one subject at a time. According to new Census Bureau figures, nearly 25% of Oklahoma families with children under age 18 are receiving some sort of government assistance. Many are on food stamps. O G & E has made a deal for two new wind farms in Northwest Oklahoma. The public utility already has two wind generating farms in operation with a third expected to come on line by the end of the year. The new facilities should be producing electricity by the end of 2010. And a new segment begins tonight on the ONR. Living Well features an Oklahoma elementary school that improves the mind and the body.

Originally broadcast on September 30, 2009


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Oklahoma News Report

December 31, 1969 (30:01)

A marine, U.S. Senator, Oklahoma Governor and a true statesman. Henry Bellmon has died from complications from Parkinson's disease. All state flags are now at half staff. Expanded coverage tonight on the ONR. A lawsuit has been filed against a new bill that goes into effect November 1st that places new reporting requirements on abortion doctors. The bill also does several other things which are the basis of the suit that cites a constitutional provision that all bills cover one subject at a time. According to new Census Bureau figures, nearly 25% of Oklahoma families with children under age 18 are receiving some sort of government assistance. Many are on food stamps. O G & E has made a deal for two new wind farms in Northwest Oklahoma. The public utility already has two wind generating farms in operation with a third expected to come on line by the end of the year. The new facilities should be producing electricity by the end of 2010. And a new segment begins tonight on the ONR. Living Well features an Oklahoma elementary school that improves the mind and the body.

Originally broadcast on December 31, 1969