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Oklahoma News Report

OK Life Motorcycles (5:05)

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On just about any day in Oklahoma, someone is throwing a leg over a motorcycle for a ride to work, or just to hit the open road. For many of them, the ride now symbolizes more than the feeling of freedom but a mission to help improve the life of someone else.

Related Topics: Sports & Recreation, Sports

Originally broadcast on September 16, 2011


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2 Minute Tour NOAA (2:32)

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In the last few years, Norman has become arguably the weather capitol of the world. The University of Oklahoma is home to the national weather center, which includes the national weather service, which issues severe storm warnings to the entire country, and the University of Oklahoma’s world renowned meteorology school. Here's a two minute tour of this multi-million dollar facility.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters

Originally broadcast on September 16, 2011


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Parking Meters (3:21)

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Time has expired for the traditional parking meter in the city where it was invented. A push to beautify downtown Oklahoma City includes an upgrade in parking meter technology. The change will make paying to park your wheels more convenient, but it may also be a little more complicated.

Related Topics: Travel, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on September 16, 2011


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Bio-science Academy (6:34)

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One of the major challenges facing Oklahoma’s workforce is having the cutting edge skills necessary to meet the needs of an increasingly sophisticated work place. Oklahoma's bioscience industry needs employees with highly specialized skills and one institution in southern Oklahoma is working to make it a reality.

Related Topics: Education, Biology & Chemistry, Science & Technology

Originally broadcast on September 16, 2011


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Indian Industries (8:30)

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Oklahoma's Indian tribes bring in billions of dollars a year from their gaming operations and smoke shops. But in these tough economic times tribes are now looking beyond gaming and tobacco to invest in a wide variety of businesses that diversify their economic development opportunities and provide greater services to their members.

Related Topics: Sports & Recreation, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on September 16, 2011


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Missing Family (11:58)

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Almost two years ago Bobbie and Sherilynn Jamison and their six year old daughter Madyson vanished while on a family outing in Latimer County. It’s a mysterious story that has sparked national attention, but remains unsolved. News accounts have portrayed the Jamisons as a typical family. But through exclusive access to the missing persons case file a different picture has emerged.

Related Topics: Community, People & Profiles, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on September 16, 2011


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OK Stories Sonic (2:17)

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Most American institutions, from Ford to Wal-Mart, began as simple entrepreneurial ideas. One of them is based in Oklahoma City and traces its roots back to just after the Second World War. Here's Charley Newcomb, and Oklahoma Stories.

Related Topics: Community, Food, People & Profiles

Originally broadcast on September 2, 2011


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OK Life Military Families (4:14)

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When the 45th infantry brigade deployed for Afghanistan last march, half of them left families behind. Most of the spouses are women juggling jobs, children and life's daily demands...alone. It's a new reality of Oklahoma life. Meet one wife and mother who is doing all she can to not only bear her own burdens, but to help other military families deal with theirs.

Related Topics: Community, Issues & Advice, War & Conflict

Originally broadcast on September 2, 2011


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Cutting Edge Biosciences (4:09)

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Oklahoma's bioscience industry is generating billions of dollars for the states economy. Biosciences include the health industry, medical research, agricultural sciences and bio-fuels. In this first of an ongoing series of reports, The Cutting Edge, we focus on bioscience and the medical community.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Science & Technology, Health, Health

Originally broadcast on September 2, 2011


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This Week in Business (3:05)

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The Journal Record's Scott Carter joins us with details on some of the top stories in business this week.

Related Topics: Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on September 2, 2011