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

This Week in Business (3:18)

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Journal Record Managing Editor Ted Streuli joins Dick Pryor to take a look at the stories making news in business this week.

Related Topics: Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on August 12, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Living without AC (5:23)

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The extreme heat brings a double dose of discomfort. Being outside in stifling temperatures is bad enough, but if you stay inside where it's air conditioned, soaring electric bills are the price you pay for relief. It's even worse for thousands of people who either lack air conditioning or have just enough to make one or two rooms livable. That means finding someplace, anyplace, to stay cool during the day and waiting until late in the evening for the house to cool off enough to get a night's sleep.

Related Topics: Community, Weather & Natural Disasters, Social Issues, Health

Originally broadcast on August 12, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Power Grid (10:29)

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The power grid that feeds electricity to homes and businesses across the state is under heavy stress this summer. So far there have been no reports of rolling black outs or brown-outs and it appears the demand is not outstripping the supply of electricity. But the need for more power is growing, which means expansion is coming to get that power to the market place. Unlike Oklahoma, most of Texas is not connected to the energy grid that covers nearly all of the states east of the Rockies. The electric reliability council of Texas underestimated demand for power this summer, which caused disruptions to large users and narrowly avoided rolling blackouts. According to energy experts, the power problems in Texas showed the vulnerabilities of their de-regulated market and the state's inability to get help from other places when it runs short of electricity. Dick Pryor also spoke with Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony about Oklahoma's electric infrastructure.

Related Topics: Science & Technology, Energy & Environment, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on August 12, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Puppy Mills (10:59)

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Oklahoma is among the leading states for the number of what are commonly called puppy mills. Places where dogs are bred and produced for sale. After two years of debate and compromise the state legislature approved a new law with the goal of improving living conditions for the dogs and bringing some order to the industry. However, enforcement of it is on hold to give breeders more time to get kennels cleaned up and licensed. And now the new law is the subject of a lawsuit.

Related Topics: Community, Animals, Government

Originally broadcast on August 12, 2011


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ONR

August 26, 2011 (57:14)

Oklahoma’s crackdown on sex offenders has unintended consequences. Haze over an Oklahoma wildlife refuge leads to a legal fight between the state and federal governments. Hundreds of students are heading back to schools with worries about class work – and where they are going to live. New poll results show how Oklahomans feel about tax credits and state revenues. Going back in time to experience a different kind of Oklahoma Life. And, Charley Newcomb with Oklahoma Stories.

Related Topics: Government, Politics, Environment, Science & Technology, Social Issues, Education

Originally broadcast on August 26, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Main Streets Program (4:09)

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Since Oklahoma became part of the Department of Commerce "Main Streets" program, more than 720 million dollars has been re-invested in towns across the state, and more than 12,000 jobs have been created. The program has helped revitalize more than 40 communities by bringing new housing, retail and office space to once fading downtown main streets littered with empty buildings and decay.

Related Topics: Community, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on August 5, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

This Week in Business (3:46)

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Journal Record managing editor Ted Streuli joins Dick Pryor for a look at the stories making news in business this week.

Related Topics: Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on August 5, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

DHS Advantage Program (3:56)

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Thousands of low income elderly and disabled Oklahomans have conditions that qualify them for nursing home care at state expense. Yet, a survey by AARP found 90% of older Oklahomans would rather get care at home. That's what the Department of Human Services "Advantage Program" is designed to do. It lets medicaid-eligible patients choose at-home care, which is saving the state hundreds of millions of dollars each year.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Caregiving, Government

Originally broadcast on August 5, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Mabel Bassett Reintegration (4:23)

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When it comes to putting women behind bars, Oklahoma tops the nation. Actually, per capita, our state incarcerates more women than any other state, or country, in the world. Now, the department of corrections is working to keep as many of the current female prison inmates from coming back into the system as possible, by helping them identify a new way of life. Budget cuts have reduced reintegration programs over the past few years, but programs still in place are working. Oklahoma's female recidivism rate is 14-percent. That's much better than in Texas and Arkansas, where about 20-percent of released inmates return to prison.

Related Topics: Government, Women, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on August 5, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Tax Credits (11:40)

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Over the past five years legislators have trimmed more than one and a half billion dollars from the budget of state government, a third of that in just this year. As a result funding for public education, roads and bridges and state agencies have all been slashed. During that time however, lawmakers have left billions in tax credits on the books. Lis Exon takes a look at some of these tax credits and their effect on the state budget. Dick Pryor then sits down with Warren Vieth from Oklahoma Watch. Mr. Vieth has been following the progress of a task force created to assess the effectiveness of tax credits.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on August 5, 2011