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Oklahoma News Report

This Week in Business (2:53)

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Journal Record Managing Editor Ted Streuli is here to discuss stories making news in business this week.

Related Topics: Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on September 30, 2011


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USPS Changes (4:49)

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The United States postal service is making some big changes as it faces the greatest financial crisis in history. Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe says despite drastic budget cuts during the last two years, the postal service is projected to be 6.4 billion dollars in the red this year. For Oklahoma the deficit means the possible closure or consolidation of one-hundred post offices. That could create big problems for military families who must use the US Postal Services to send packages to service members.

Related Topics: Community, Government

Originally broadcast on September 30, 2011


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Insurance Problems (9:38)

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The fury of Mother Nature had the community of Piedmont in its sites this year. Three storms pounded the Canadian County town with hail and tornadoes. So far this year, storms destroyed or heavily damaged more than 200 homes in Canadian County, many of those in Piedmont. Now, for many of those people whose homes were destroyed or heavily damaged there's another storm brewing and this one is being described as the worst yet.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on September 30, 2011


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OK Stories 1915 Explosion (2:01)

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Many of today's safety rules on the shipping of gasoline can be traced back to a 1915 southern Oklahoma disaster. Here's Charley Newcomb with this week's edition of Oklahoma Stories.

Related Topics: United States, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2011


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Big 12 In Depth (7:01)

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A whirlwind week in college athletics ended with the Presidents of the Big 12 conference universities agreeing to salvage the league. The move comes after at least four schools flirted with other leagues, and the Board of Regents at OU and OSU authorized their presidents to pursue other conference options. But, when the Pac-12 announced it has no plans to expand, the presidents of the Big 12 members fired Commissioner Dan Beebe and formed a committee to work out their differences and seek new members. Dick Pryor spoke with Jenni Carlson, sports columnist for the Oklahoman and news-ok.com about the stunning developments.

Related Topics: Sports & Recreation, Sports

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2011


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Dolphin Tale (4:40)

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The true story of a high-tech, artificial dolphin tail--created by Oklahoma-based Hanger Prosthetics and Orthotics--spawned a book about the experience, called "Winter's Tale". Now, the story of Winter, who survived the loss of her tail and learned to use a prosthetic, has been translated to the big screen. The movie, entitled "Dolphin Tale" is providing inspiration to those overcoming their own physical challenges.

Related Topics: Film & Television, Animals, Health

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2011


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Emancipated Children (8:01)

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As most Oklahoma children are settling back into the school year their biggest worries are who they'll sit with at lunch or if the other kids will like them. But for a growing number of students they're facing much bigger concerns such as where they'll sleep that night or if they'll have food to eat after school. The State Department of Education is reporting more than 15,000 students are considered homeless according to federal guidelines. And the trend does not seem to be slowing down.

Related Topics: Education, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2011


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Women in Leadership (13:06)

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A generation after the peak of women's liberation, women nationally make up more than 50% of the workforce and 57% of students attending college. Academically and in both low and mid-level jobs women often out-perform men. But, in Oklahoma the number of women in top leadership positions in business and politics is still low. While several factors hold women back, the next generation - the so-called millennials -- is poised to shatter the glass ceiling. Also, Dick Pryor spoke with former state representative, Dr. Laura Boyd, who was the first female nominee for Governor in 1998 and was the democratic nominee for Lieutentant Governor in 2002. And, Major General Rita Aragon, the first female commander of the Oklahoma Air National Guard, who currently is Oklahoma's Secretary of Military and Veterans Affairs.

Related Topics: Government, Politics, Women

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2011


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Water Plan (10:24)

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We cannot live without it, yet many Oklahomans take it for granted. For a large number of people, their very subsistence depends on it. "it" is water, and during the upcoming legislative session, lawmakers will be asked to pass new laws for managing the state's water supply. The views of how that should be done are diverse, tied up in treaties with Indian tribes and closely watched by those south of the border who still want billions of gallons of pure clean Oklahoma water.

Related Topics: Government, Politics, Environment

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2011


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OK Stories Atomic Cannon (2:29)

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The US military has experienced something of an internal arms race since World War Two with the Air Force and Army--and later the Navy--vying for a piece of the nation's nuclear arsenal. One of the results of that competition is one of our state's most unusual museum pieces. Here's Charley Newcomb, with Oklahoma Stories.

Related Topics: United States, War & Conflict

Originally broadcast on September 16, 2011