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http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/OK_Stories_Ghost_Town.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

OK Stories Ghost Towns (2:09)

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Oklahoma has dozens of ghost towns, but only one Atlantis. Cooler temperatures have prevailed this week, but the long, hot, dry summer has dropped the level of many lakes, revealing the origin of one. Here's Charley Newcomb, with Oklahoma Stories.

Related Topics: Community, United States

Originally broadcast on September 9, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Muslim American Relations (5:19)

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Ten years after 9-11, relations between Muslims and non-Muslims in America remain complicated. We spoke with Sheryl Siddiqui, spokesperson for the Islamic Council Of Oklahoma, and Dr. Cyrus contractor from the college of international studies at the University Of Oklahoma.

Related Topics: Religion & Beliefs, Government, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on September 9, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

OK Life Asian District (3:49)

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Oklahoma City has the largest Asian population in the state and is home to a rapidly-growing cultural area. A vibrant community of Asian-owned businesses reflects the diverse and growing palates of Oklahomans.

Related Topics: Community, Race & Ethnicity

Originally broadcast on October 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Beer and Wine Sales (5:52)

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Oklahoma has always had issues with alcohol. We are the only state to enter the union with prohibition as part of our state constitution. Prohibition didn't end here until 1959 and that happened only after lawmen were ordered by the governor to strictly enforce the laws banning alcohol sales. When the state began drying up, voters demanded an end to prohibition. The legislature is again looking at a major change to the states liquor laws and as expected, it's causing controversy.

Related Topics: Community, Government, Politics, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on October 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Tar Creek Superfund (11:12)

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It was almost a century ago that a mining camp was established in far northeastern Oklahoma, in an area that would become the town of Picher. By the 1920's Picher was the center of the largest lead and zinc mining operation in the nation. But now, Picher does not exist. The town died from contamination, by-products of mining, which forced the federal government to close Picher and relocate its residents. And while almost all the people are gone, much of the hazard still remains.

Related Topics: Community, Weather & Natural Disasters, Government, Health, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on October 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

OK Life High School Football (3:17)

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On just about any Thursday or Friday evening in the fall, you'll find Oklahomans heading out to a high school stadium somewhere. High school football has been a staple of Oklahoma life for decades. A chance for communities to come together and enjoy some school spirit. Photojournalist Edwin Wilson recently spent a Friday evening with the Indians of Catoosa High School.

Related Topics: Community, Sports & Recreation

Originally broadcast on September 30, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Mangum Bulb (5:27)

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Mention the town of Mangum, and what often comes to mind is the world-famous rattlesnake derby, which takes place each spring. But there's another attraction in the small, southwest Oklahoma community that perhaps doesn't shine as brightly, but still deserves illumination.

Related Topics: Community, United States, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on September 30, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

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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Oklahoma Forum

Women in Leadership (27:45)

We discuss changing roles of women in leadership with: Major Gen. (Ret.) Rita Aragon, Secretary of Military and Veterans Affairs Laura Boyd, Ph.D., Business Owner and Former State Representative Sheryl Lovelady, Director, Women’s Leadership Institute, Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center, OU Charifa Smith, Owner, Sage Restaurant

Related Topics: Community, Gender & Sexual Identity, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, National Security, Women, Social Issues, Education

Originally broadcast on October 16, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

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