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http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/oklahoma wineries.flv Oklahoma Life: Oklahoma Wineries
Oklahoma Life: Oklahoma Wineries

7-6-12

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Strike out on nearly any road in Oklahoma, and odds are at some point you'll cross rows of grapes, being carefully cultivated in order to create mouth-watering vintages. It's a stark contrast to just a few years ago, when only three wineries and a scant few vinyards existed in the state. But new laws have helped resuscitate one of the state's oldest agricultural ventures.

Related Topics: Food, Travel, Lifestyle, Cooking, Gardening, Earth, Environment, Business & Economy, Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on July 6, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/mission failure folo.flv Mission: Failure Follow-Up
Mission: Failure Follow-Up

7-6-12

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The new members of the War Veterans Commission gathered for the first time last week, and one of the key items on the agenda was abuse in veterans centers as brought to light by an investigative report by the Journal Record and the ONR. While the new members of the commission have a lot of issues to handle, the ones dealing with abuse and neglect are very much on their minds.

Related Topics: Community, People & Profiles, Health Care & Illnesses, Fitness & Nutrition, Aging, Caregiving, Modern, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health

Originally broadcast on July 6, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/fish kill 2.0.flv Fish Kill Follow-Up
Fish Kill Follow-Up

7-6-12

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On the heels of another fish kill in the same location, the Environmental Protection Agency has issued an interim study on the initial kill from last July that wiped out a massive amount of catfish in the Red River. The novel-sized report cites water and sediment samples from the area to draw conclusions on the fish kill that is leaving experts and laymen scratching their collective heads.

Related Topics: Community, Food, Health Care & Illnesses, Modern, Earth, Environment, Animals, Business & Economy, Government, Environment, Social Issues, Health, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on July 6, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/underage drinking.flv Underage Drinking
Underage Drinking

6-29-12

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Underage drinking is a costly endeavor. The medical bills it racks up, the cost of lost work and a slew of other expenses cost Oklahoma taxpayers just short of a billion dollars a year. But a prevention program enacted by the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is working to stop minors from drinking--and they're seeing results.

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

Originally broadcast on June 29, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/rural medicine.flv Rural Medicine
Rural Medicine

6-29-12

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Accessible healthcare is an issue for everyone, but perhaps nowhere is it felt more acutely than in rural parts of the state, where hospitals--and doctors--can be more than a half hour away. But a program at the OSU Health Sciences Center is working to fix that problem by training a wave of doctors specializing in rural medicine.

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Originally broadcast on June 29, 2012


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Affordable Care Act

6-29-12

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June 28th saw the arrival of the much-anticipated Supreme Court ruling on the affordable health care act, commonly dubbed 'Obamacare.' The high court voted in favor of the controversial bill to either the chagrin or joy of people across the country. In Oklahoma, it was certainly more of the former, as lawmakers had held off on creating a healthcare exchange in compliance with the law, figuring it would be overturned. Now with the law moving forward, state legislators must figure out where Oklahoma goes from here in the land of health care.

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Originally broadcast on June 29, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/ONR 6-30-12.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

6-30-12

The Supreme Court upheld most of the affordable health care act this week, but the repercussions will be rolling out for weeks to come, as many states--including Oklahoma--have not yet moved to comply with the law. We speak with experts about the law and what it means. This week also saw the primary election occur on Tuesday night, and Steve Bennett looks at who was elected, who wasn't, and what that means for Oklahoma politics. We also explore underage drinking, and the programs enacted by the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services that are making an impact. OSU is training a different kind of doctor, and we get our hands on some noodling action, on this episode of the ONR.

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Originally broadcast on June 29, 2012


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Honor Flights

6-15-12

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The Honor Flights program was started to take World War II veterans to the nation's capitol, so they might see the monuments built out of respect and gratitude for their generations' sacrifice. But with more and more veterans passing away due to their advanced age--an estimated thousand a day--the program is upping the number of trips to three a year. Reporter Lis Exon and photographer Ilea Shutler joined the June 6th Honor Flight--the 68th anniversary of D-Day.

Related Topics: Community, People & Profiles, Aging, Modern, War & Conflict, Biography & Profiles, Social Issues, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on June 15, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/chesapeake.flv Oklahoma Top Employers: Chesapeake Energy
Oklahoma Top Employers: Chesapeake Energy

6-15-12

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We continue our series on Oklahoma's Top Employers as identified by Fortune Magazine's annual 100 best companies to work for article. This week, reporter Cathy Tatom explores natural gas giant Chesapeake Energy, and discovers what has brought this once-small company of a few dozen workers to a force of 13,000 happy--and healthy--employees.

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Originally broadcast on June 15, 2012


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/nuclear.flv Selling the Cimmaron Plant
Selling the Cimmaron Plant

6-8-12

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Thirty-seven years after Kerr-McGee shut down their uranium and plutonium processing facility, the now defunct location is finally being put back on the market. With cleanup efforts currently underway, residents still hold reservations about the safety of the area--and the fading memory of a woman's suspicious death.

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Originally broadcast on June 8, 2012