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Oklahoma News Report

March 2nd, 2012

Legislators may soon decide whether Oklahoma will become home to a horse slaughter facility as a way to reduce abuse and neglect of horses. Two programs take different approaches to combatting high school dropout rates. Lawmakers work on Oklahoma’s answer to the federal Affordable Care Act. And the history of the Kiowa tribe is kept alive... On Highway 9. All that and more straight ahead, on ONR.

Related Topics: Race & Ethnicity, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on March 2, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Highway 9 Tribal Cultures

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The presence of more than three dozen American Indian tribes has created a blend of cultures in Oklahoma. Each tribe strives to preserve its own unique heritage. The rich history of one those tribes is on display, along Highway 9, in southwest Oklahoma.

Related Topics: Fine Arts, Religion & Beliefs, Community, Race & Ethnicity

Originally broadcast on March 2, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Deep Deuce

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Over time, important pieces of Oklahoma history that have been lost and largely ignored. Near downtown Oklahoma City, there is a section of North East Second Street where life 80 years ago was very different from today. It is a major part of our state's black history - mostly forgotten and bulldozed years ago - however one piece of history still remains.

Related Topics: Music, Community, Race & Ethnicity, United States

Originally broadcast on December 6, 2013


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Oklahoma News Report

Key Ingredients Exhibit

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Food is the key ingredient binding families, cultures, and regions. How it does that is the focus of a Smithsonian Institution exhibit making stops in rural communities around the state. Each stop spices up the exhibit by adding its own flavorful history. We caught up with the tour at the Purcell Public Library.

Related Topics: Community, Food, United States

Originally broadcast on February 24, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

January 27, 2012

Construction on a new casino in broken arrow is sparking large, loud - not in my backyard protests - and raising legal questions about which tribal lands can be used for gaming sites. What a difference a year makes for Oklahoma’s public pension system, from $16 billion under funded now on the path to financial stability. The recovery from the great recession is exemplified in the economic performance of the state's two largest cities. And, a former NBA star still spends most of his Oklahoma life "in the paint". Those stories and more, straight ahead on ONR.

Related Topics: Fine Arts, Sports & Recreation, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on January 27, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

January 20th, 2012

The Department Of Human Services agrees to make big changes after settling a lawsuit alleging foster children were being abused while under DHS supervision. Anyone can find a job in Elk City, Oklahoma, but finding a place to live in the boom town is another matter. They're called "sanitarians" and they do the dirty work of making sure Oklahoma restaurants are clean. Friday night football draws a community together, and may be helping one small town to survive. All that and more on ONR.

Related Topics: Sports & Recreation, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on January 20, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Anthony Shadid Obit

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Oklahoma has lost a son and journalism has lost one of its best. We learned on Thursday that New York Times foreign correspondent Anthony Shadid died while on assignment in Syria. The apparent cause of death was an asthma attack, at the age of 43. A native of Oklahoma City, Shadid twice won the Pulitzer Prize. He's nominated for another one this year. Shadid worked in dangerous, complicated regions - telling stories of human struggle on the ground in the Middle East, bringing detail and understanding to ambiguity. In 2005, we did a program with Anthony Shadid, following the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the release of his second book. We talked about his coverage of war and the Iraqi people. Anthony Shadid leaves behind a wife, two children and a large family in Oklahoma. Shadid's former colleague at the Boston Globe, Mike Barnicle, said this about him: "Anthony Shadid was a reporter. He didn't tweet. He didn't blog. He didn't sit at home and opinionate about things that he saw. He was in the field. He talked to real people. He reported on real situations; in places consumed by violence....Anthony Shadid was a giant."

Related Topics: People & Profiles, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on February 17, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Norman Police Chief (Highway 9)

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Whether by force of law, or by unspoken custom, scores of communities across Oklahoma once existed as "sundown towns". They were towns where African Americans were not allowed to stay inside the city limits after sunset. One of those cities has moved beyond its infamous past, as evidenced by the choice of its top law enforcement officer, who is now becoming part of Oklahoma’s black history.

Related Topics: Race & Ethnicity, People & Profiles, United States, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on February 17, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Old Ball Game

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The crack of bat and ball has returned to Florida and Arizona as hundreds of professional baseball players are getting in shape at spring training. Many of those players, including some big names, hale from Oklahoma. Our state has a rich baseball history, perhaps more colorful than anyplace else.

Related Topics: Sports & Recreation, United States

Originally broadcast on February 17, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Greenwood District

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North Tulsa’s historic Greenwood District is experiencing a renaissance. The area once known as America’s Black Wall Street is now becoming a destination spot in Tulsa’s expanding downtown landscape. It's a place where the tragic history of the 1921 race riot is intersecting with a new spirit of reconciliation and entrepreneurism.

Related Topics: Community, Race & Ethnicity, United States, Business & Economy, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on February 10, 2012