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Oklahoma News Report

Drop Out Rates

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It's estimated one student drops out of high school every 27 seconds in America. Black, Hispanic and students from poor families have the highest drop out rates. It may surprise you to learn the same student can be counted as a drop out multiple times... While many students that receive high school diplomas are never counted as graduates.

Related Topics: Education, Government, Social Issues, Education

Originally broadcast on November 11, 2011

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Fallen Soldier Anthony Peterson

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The falls of Garrett Creek in Owasso is one of the hundreds of housing additions that denote suburban life in Oklahoma. Among the rows of houses is the home of the Peterson family. A place where the high price of war is fresh in their minds as the nation observes Veterans Day. This is a story about one of the fallen, told by those who knew him best.

Related Topics: Community, People & Profiles, War & Conflict, National Security

Originally broadcast on November 11, 2011

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45th Infantry Brigade

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As the nation honors its veterans for their service to the country, thousands of Oklahoma National Guard troops remain in harm's way in Afghanistan. The men and women of the 45th Infantry Brigade combat team serve as citizen-soldiers. They left their civilian jobs behind, risking their lives in a war that is now entering its second decade.

Related Topics: Community, War & Conflict, National Security

Originally broadcast on November 11, 2011

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Tax Credit Debate

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The final reports have been issued and the debate has begun on recommendations that would make dramatic changes to Oklahoma’s tax code. The changes being talked about would impact everyone's taxes - whether personal or business. At the heart of the proposed changes is a plan to begin eliminating the state income tax. Arguments over what that really means financially for Oklahoma wage earners have begun, and as it turns out, for most people it will actually mean a higher tax bill.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on January 6, 2012

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Near Poor

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They are known as the 'near poor', people teetering on the edge of homelessness and hunger but for now living what is largely viewed as a middle income life. Anyone whose income is 50% or less above the poverty line falls into the near poor category, just an illness or job loss away from living in poverty. One in three Oklahomans already live below the poverty line and now growing numbers of others are falling into the near poor category - making too much money for government assistance but not enough to pay the bills.

Related Topics: Community, Government, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on December 16, 2011

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Oklahoma News Report

Haunted Oklahoma

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With Halloween just around the corner we thought we'd treat you to a trip to a couple of Oklahoma’s favorite haunts. They are places where spooks and specters are chased by ghost hunters and others just looking for some scary fun.

Related Topics: Holidays

Originally broadcast on October 28, 2011

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Oklahoma News Report

This Week in Business

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Ted Streuli with the Journal Record joins us with more on what's making news in business this week.

Related Topics: Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2011

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OK Life Cherokee Culture

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An ancient village is part of the Cherokee Cultural Center in Park Hill. It's like entering a time machine that gives visitors a glimpse into how the tribe lived in the 18th century. Each fall hundreds of school children get more than a glimpse.... They get a chance to experience Cherokee life of the 1700's, first hand.

Related Topics: Community, Education, Civilizations

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2011

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Bob Barry Obit

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For more than fifty years, Bob Barry delivered play-by-play of collegiate sports in Oklahoma. He was the voice of OU and OSU football, and OU, OSU and Tulsa University basketball. In his long career at KFOR-TV, he won fifteen Sportscaster of the Year awards. Among his colleagues and legion of fans he became known as "the legend." Bob Barry died on October 29th, just seven months after retiring as "voice of the Sooners." Three years ago, in an interview for our "television pioneers" program, big bob discussed his broadcasting career.

Related Topics: Biography & Profiles, Sports

Originally broadcast on November 4, 2011

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OETA Interim Study

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Budget cuts have impacted nearly all state agencies over the last three years. While state revenues are rebounding now, budget cuts may not be over for some state agencies, including OETA. If one state lawmaker has her way, state funding would come to an end for the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority.

Related Topics: Film & Television, Education, Government, Education, Media

Originally broadcast on December 30, 2011