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ONR 11-1-13

Business News

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Journal Record Editor Ted Streuli joins us to discuss the big stories in business this week.

Related Topics: Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on November 1, 2013


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ONR 11-1-13

Curbside Chronicle

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A glossy magazine started by a group of college students is changing not only lives, but perceptions of the homeless in Oklahoma City.

Related Topics: Community, Business & Economy, Social Issues, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on November 1, 2013


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Oklahoma News Report

11-1-13

State officials battle over proposed changes to the state's pension funds, with possible outcomes affecting thousands of Oklahomans. eCapitol News Director Shawn Ashley discusses changes being proposed to the state's judicial system and new laws taking effect across the state. And construction of a wind farm is set to begin soon in northeastern Oklahoma, despite pushback from area groups and tribes hoping to save a symbol of the nation. Plus, an international look at the government shutdown, a paper helping the homeless in central Oklahoma and more on this ONR.

Related Topics: Community, Race & Ethnicity, Sports & Recreation, Child Development, Education, Animals, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Global Affairs, Environment, Science & Technology, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues, Health, Media, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on November 1, 2013


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ONR 10-25-13

Injection Wells & Earthquakes

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Another wave of earthquakes have shaken the state, particularly in Love County, and officials are eyeing drilling operations in the state as a possible cause for the quakes.

Related Topics: Earth, Environment, Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy, Environment, Science & Technology

Originally broadcast on October 25, 2013


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ONR 10-25-13

Hispanic Media

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A new media niche is rapidly growing in Oklahoma, as it gears its content towards what the state's Latino community wants and needs.

Related Topics: Film & Television, Community, Race & Ethnicity, Media & Technology, Business & Economy, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues, Media

Originally broadcast on October 25, 2013


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ONR 10-25-13

E-Cigarettes

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The popularity of e-cigarettes in Oklahoma has been skyrocketing, but detractors are questioning their effectiveness in helping people quit smoking, and their safety.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Lifestyle, Business & Economy, Social Issues, Health

Originally broadcast on October 25, 2013


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ONR 10-25-13

Business News

Featured in Top Stories

The Journal Record Editor Ted Streuli joins us to discuss the big stories in business this week.

Related Topics: Aging, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on October 25, 2013


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Oklahoma News Report

10-25-13

A new swarm of earthquakes has officials eyeing new drilling operations as the possible cause of the quakes. Electronic cigarettes--or e-cigarettes--are gaining popularity as a smokeless alternative to cigarettes or as a way to kick the habit, but lack of FDA oversight has some concerned that this new kind of smoking may not be safe. And a niche media outlet is growing in popularity as they focus in on one particular demographics wants and needs--that of the Hispanic community. Plus, a look at a state legislature study to cut Medicaid, forgotten Tulsa neighborhoods, haunted diners and more on this ONR.

Related Topics: Music, Community, Media & Technology, Health Care & Illnesses, Child Development, Education, Earth, Environment, Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Environment, Science & Technology, Social Issues, Health, Education, Arts & Entertainment, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on October 25, 2013


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Oklahoma Forum

Politics & the Media with Prof. Thomas Patterson

Thomas E. Patterson is Bradlee Professor of Government and the Press at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. For more than thirty years he has been one of the leading researchers, authors and teachers focusing on american politics, public opinion and mass media. His latest book, Informing the News, examines the declining quality of public information. Professor Patterson was featured presenter for the Julian J. Rothbaum Distinguished Lecture in Representative Government series at the University of Oklahoma. And, he joins us on Oklahoma Forum.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on October 27, 2013


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Oklahoma News Report

10-18-13

In this episode of the ONR, Oklahoma U.S. Representative Frank Lucas joins us to discuss the deal ending the government shutdown and the possibility of a new farm bill. New numbers show that Native women are more than twice as likely to be victims of violent crimes than any other race. Part of the problem? Tribal police jurisdiction. The state government is looking into allegations of mismanagement by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association, and the way the group oversees high school athletics. Plus, Native Americans in government, wind turbines fooling weather radars, and tiny libraries on this ONR.

Related Topics: Literature & Writing, Biography & Profiles, Community, Sports & Recreation, Women, Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Science & Technology, Women, Social Issues, Health, Sports, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on October 18, 2013