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Oklahoma News Report

State Impact OK Poverty

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By most accounts, Oklahoma is among the leading states in rebounding from the recession. Statewide unemployment levels have dropped, and several economic indicators are pointing to growth in 2012. But poverty, and all the ills that flow from it, remains a huge problem. Many areas of Oklahoma experiencing high levels of poverty are still waiting for the recovery to make a difference for their communities.

Related Topics: Community, Business & Economy, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on February 10, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

All Black Towns

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February is black history month. At one time, Oklahoma had more all-black communities than anywhere else in the country. Fourteen of them still exist as incorporated towns. A traveling program is working to turn those towns into tourist destinations.

Related Topics: Community, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on February 3, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Rural Health

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Health is a big problem in Oklahoma. According to a study published in the new England Journal Of Medicine, Oklahoma ranks as the state facing the most challenged in meeting the health care needs of its citizens in the next few years. Our state doesn't have enough doctors to serve the additional 500,000 patients who will be newly-insured through Medicaid or private insurance by the year 2014. The dilemma caused by lack of doctors is expected to be especially acute in rural Oklahoma. The shortage of doctors isn't the only health care issue facing rural Oklahoma. Dentists for the disabled and elderly in need of treatment, or d-dent as it's commonly known, has been providing free dental care for more than a quarter of a century. Now that service is threatened by a lack of state funding. We with state impact correspondent Logan Layden about the work of D-Dent, and how the loss of funding is putting many Oklahomans' oral health at risk.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Health

Originally broadcast on February 3, 2012


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OK Life Desmond Mason

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An Oklahoma star on the basketball court is becoming a star in the art world. Desmond Mason played basketball for the Oklahoma state before spending ten years in the NBA, where he played for 5 teams including the Oklahoma City Thunder. Mason is now retired from the hard wood and turning his attention to the canvas, using his first love to make a real difference.

Related Topics: Fine Arts, Biography & Profiles, Sports & Recreation

Originally broadcast on January 27, 2012


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Broken Arrow Casino

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Opponents of a new Indian casino under construction in Broken Arrow say the project could set state and national precedents for where Indian casinos can be located. That's because the tribe building the casino doesn't own the land where the casino sits, it is leasing the land. The project is now getting close scrutiny from local, state and federal officials. At the National Congress of American Indians this week, Assistant Interior Secretary for Indian Affairs, Larry Echo Hawk, said his agency may have a future "decision point" on the red clay casino. But for now, he urged patience to allow the national Indian gaming commission to move forward with its process to determine if the site is eligible for gaming. He said his agency's future involvement with the issue will depend on the NIGC’s decision.

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Originally broadcast on January 27, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Restaurant Inspections

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Usually when you see a story about restaurant inspections on the news it's a "gotcha" featuring an eatery that failed miserably. This isn't a gotcha story. Instead, it's the story of a system that's working so well that in 2011, no one got a food borne illness from eating in a restaurant operating in Oklahoma.

Related Topics: Food, Government, Health

Originally broadcast on January 20, 2012


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Canal Cleanup

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Life in Oklahoma’s largest city is reflected in the waters of the canal that runs through the downtown area. The Bricktown Canal is considered a shining jewel of the entertainment district. But right now, the mile-long waterway more closely resembles an archeological dig...where workers are making some interesting finds.

Related Topics: Community, Sports & Recreation, Arts & Entertainment, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on January 20, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Gracemont Football

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The small Caddo County town of Gracemont is an example of a rural community on the verge of fading away. Economically depressed, until recently the town had little to keep it going. But now the community is uniting and finding renewed belief in the future.

Related Topics: Community, Sports & Recreation, People & Profiles, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on January 20, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Housing Boom

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There are places in Oklahoma where the economy is strong while at the same time other communities are struggling just to keep the lights on. In western Oklahoma, the boom in the oil patch is boosting a number of local economies and one of the best examples of that is Elk City.

Related Topics: Community, Business & Economy, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on January 20, 2012


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Women in Recovery

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Oklahoma continues to send more women to prison than any other state. 63 percent of them suffer from substance abuse. Despite treatment in prison, many of the women get out, start using again and eventually end up back behind bars. A relatively new therapy is looking at addiction from a gender based perspective. It explores women's childhood traumas as the springboard to their cycle of drug and alcohol abuse.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Women, Issues & Advice, Women, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on October 14, 2011