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Oklahoma News Report

October 21st, 2001 (57:44)

Oklahoma lawmakers wrestle with the price tag for meeting the state's water needs. The debate continues over whether or not to regulate homeschools in the state. With thousands of Oklahomans locked up, their children are often left with no place to go. And jail operators across the state find creative ways to cut the cost of housing inmates. All that and more, on ONR.

Related Topics: Education, Environment, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Education, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on October 21, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Innocent Victims (8:19)

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No one knows how many of them there are or even where they live. They are children of all ages and descriptions who are the innocent victims of crimes committed by their parents. Most of the help these children receive comes from non-profit groups and churches. Now, a legislative task force is investigating the growing problem.

Related Topics: Community, Child Development, Issues & Advice, Government, Social Issues, Education

Originally broadcast on October 21, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Homeschool Rules (10:18)

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An estimated 20,000 students are homeschooled statewide each year. In Oklahoma, parents are not required to prove they are homeschooling or how well they are educating their children. Homeschool advocates want to keep it that way but that opens up questions about whether the state is fulfilling its obligation under the law to ensure all children are properly educated.

Related Topics: Education, Issues & Advice, Government, Politics, Education

Originally broadcast on October 21, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Emancipated Children (8:01)

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As most Oklahoma children are settling back into the school year their biggest worries are who they'll sit with at lunch or if the other kids will like them. But for a growing number of students they're facing much bigger concerns such as where they'll sleep that night or if they'll have food to eat after school. The State Department of Education is reporting more than 15,000 students are considered homeless according to federal guidelines. And the trend does not seem to be slowing down.

Related Topics: Education, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Bio-science Academy (6:34)

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One of the major challenges facing Oklahoma’s workforce is having the cutting edge skills necessary to meet the needs of an increasingly sophisticated work place. Oklahoma's bioscience industry needs employees with highly specialized skills and one institution in southern Oklahoma is working to make it a reality.

Related Topics: Education, Biology & Chemistry, Science & Technology

Originally broadcast on September 16, 2011


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ONR

September 9, 2011 (57:44)

A new study reveals that many in Oklahoma’s workforce are high on meth. Hunger is a pervasive problem affecting one in five people in our state. We learn what it’s like to be food insecure. Oklahoma stands on the cutting edge of research increasing the world’s food supply. Ten years later, Oklahomans remember 9/11. And, Charley Newcomb with Oklahoma Stories.

Related Topics: Health Care & Illnesses, Lifestyle, Healthy Kids, United States, Environment, Government, Politics, National Security, Global Affairs, Science & Technology, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues, Health, Religion & Beliefs, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on September 9, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

OK Life Military Families (4:14)

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When the 45th infantry brigade deployed for Afghanistan last march, half of them left families behind. Most of the spouses are women juggling jobs, children and life's daily demands...alone. It's a new reality of Oklahoma life. Meet one wife and mother who is doing all she can to not only bear her own burdens, but to help other military families deal with theirs.

Related Topics: Community, Issues & Advice, War & Conflict

Originally broadcast on September 2, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

ONR Extra Fallin (3:34)

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Gov. Mary Fallin says she wants to boost the state's economy by increasing the number of college graduates. Oklahoma produces about 27,000 college graduates a year, but Fallin wants to increase that by 1,700. The Governor and members of her cabinet discussed the plan during a town hall meeting at Oklahoma State University. Here's part of the discussion in this ONR Extra.

Related Topics: Education, Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on August 26, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Sex Offenders (16:38)

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Laws designed to let police and the public know where convicted sex offenders live after leaving prison are about to get fresh scrutiny at the State Capitol. The laws restrict where sex offenders can live and determine how long they must register after serving their sentence. Some in law enforcement say the laws have no teeth because sex offenders who fail to register seldom face stiff penalties. While others claim the laws encourage sex offenders to avoid registering just so they can find a place to live after leaving prison.

Related Topics: Community, Issues & Advice, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on August 26, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Football Health & Sports Med. (14:21)

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Young men of all sizes, shapes and physical condition are preparing for the one sure thing that says it is fall in Oklahoma. It's football season. However, the summer heat is still bearing down on those practice fields and the players, raising concerns about their health. Heat has claimed the lives of young Oklahoma football players before, one last year, and this year coaches and their assistants are very aware of the danger the lingering summer heat poses to their teams. Dan Newman is the head athletic trainer at Union High School in Tulsa, and President of the Oklahoma Athletic Trainers Association. Dick Pryor spoke with him about the risks of heat illness and concussion faced by high school athletes.

Related Topics: Health Care & Illnesses, Healthy Kids, Sports

Originally broadcast on August 19, 2011