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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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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

Highway 9 Chickasha

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Pieces of Oklahoma history can be discovered all along the state's roads and byways. Highway 9, which begins at the state's western border with Texas and runs all the way to the Arkansas line near Fort Smith, is Oklahoma’s second-longest state highway. Travel along that highway, and some of that history starts to come alive. In the weeks ahead, we'll continue our travels across the state, telling stories of the people, places, and history, along Oklahoma’s Highway 9.

Related Topics: Community, Travel, People & Profiles

Originally broadcast on January 6, 2012


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OK Life Faith Petty

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The holidays are a time for family, fun and a little faith. That's just what we found in Watonga when we paid a Christmas visit to the petty house. They opened their home and shared their "faith" with all of us.

Related Topics: Holidays, People & Profiles

Originally broadcast on December 16, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Fallen Soldier Anthony Peterson

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The falls of Garrett Creek in Owasso is one of the hundreds of housing additions that denote suburban life in Oklahoma. Among the rows of houses is the home of the Peterson family. A place where the high price of war is fresh in their minds as the nation observes Veterans Day. This is a story about one of the fallen, told by those who knew him best.

Related Topics: Community, People & Profiles, War & Conflict, National Security

Originally broadcast on November 11, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Gaylon Stacy Obit (2:19)

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Oklahoma City television personality Gaylon Stacy has died following a long illness. Stacy, who would have turned 77 on October 19, is remembered as one of the pioneers of Oklahoma television. With a career in broadcasting that spanned several decades, Stacy helped to shape the medium during its early years.

Related Topics: Biography & Profiles, People & Profiles

Originally broadcast on October 14, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

OK Life Lydie Marland (4:40)

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The world premier of a pure Oklahoma production shines a spotlight on one of the most mysterious women in state history. "The Broken Statue" is the story of Lydie Marland, the step-daughter and second wife of Oklahoma Governor E.W. Marland. For the first time ever, her story is being told with the blessing of those who knew her.

Related Topics: Performing Arts, Drama, People & Profiles

Originally broadcast on October 14, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

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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Oklahoma News Report

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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Oklahoma News Report

OK Life Mountain Men (3:47)

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Imagine life with no internet, no email, no cell phones, no television, no microwave ovens, and no cars. An Oklahoma man and his grandson aren't just imagining such a life. For several months a year they un-plug from the modern world and live the life of fur traders in the 18th century. It’s an Oklahoma life few people experience.

Related Topics: Folk Art & Crafts, People & Profiles, United States

Originally broadcast on August 26, 2011