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Mammoth Bones

5-18-12

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'Ancient treasure' usually brings to mind buried gold or a prize from some lost civilization. But a find by two brothers on their property just south of Highway 9 is a whole different kind of ancient, and sheds light on some of Oklahoma's prehistoric inhabitants.

Related Topics: Prehistoric, Earth, Environment, Natural History, Animals, Education

Originally broadcast on May 21, 2012


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Tornado Safety
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Oklahomans have learned to keep a weather eye on the horizon for twisters, but we're a group constantly on the lookout for new and improved safety measures. Our reporters check with the experts on some the latest in tornado safety.

Related Topics: Community, Earth, Environment, Natural History, Weather & Natural Disasters, Environment, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on May 17, 2012


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Keystone XL Pipeline
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The Keystone XL Pipeline is considered a boon by many in the state; a means to bring more jobs and reduce the glut of oil in Cushing's crude oil terminal. Federal approval of the line's construction looks more likely by the day. But as the Keystone giveth, the Keystone taketh away, as our reporters look at the issue of immenent domain and the pipeline's path.

Related Topics: Religion & Beliefs, Community, Environment, Business & Economy, Government

Originally broadcast on May 17, 2012


ONR

The Oklahoma News Report

On this week's ONR, the Keystone XL Pipeline giveth, but it also taketh away. Our reporters look at the issue of imminent domain and what that means for Oklahoma residents living along the pipeline's path. Faith-based substance abuse programs expand their reach to meet the ever-growing needs of those struggling with the demons of addiction. Luck favors the prepared, especially in Tornado Alley. We look into emergency plans and shelters from Oklahoma's life-threatening storms. Finally, artwork seeks repair as murals in the State Capitol meet their deadliest foe--sunlight. And a landmark church gets a chance at revival with new ownership.

Related Topics: Fine Arts, Religion & Beliefs, Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Renaissance, Environment, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Science & Technology, Health, Arts & Entertainment, Health

Originally broadcast on November 12, 0005


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The People's Business

May 9th, 2012

This week on The People’s Business we are joined by State Senator Jerry Ellis, a Democrat from Valliant and State Senator David Holt from Oklahoma City. They joined us to take your questions and comments about water rights in Oklahoma.

Related Topics: Environment, Government, Politics

Originally broadcast on May 9, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Veterans Centers Mission Failure

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In this ONR, Bob Sands and M. Scott Carter from The Journal Record team up for a special in-depth report on Oklahoma’s long term care facilities for veterans. Michael and Susan Kraft share the story of their father’s experience at the Claremore Veteran’s Center. Major General Rita Aragon and former Medical Director of the Norman Veterans Center, Dr. Pamela Hiti weigh in on some of the problems and possible solutions to accusations of neglect and abuse at veteran’s facilities. Bob Sands also speaks with Maj. Gen. Myles L. Deering, Oklahoma’s Adjutant General, Esther Houser, Omsbudsman at DHS Aging Services, Joe Carson, and Beverly Channel.

Related Topics: Health Care & Illnesses, Forensics & Investigations, Government, Health

Originally broadcast on May 4, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

May 4th, 2012

In this ONR, Bob Sands and M. Scott Carter from The Journal Record team up for a special in-depth report on Oklahoma’s long term care facilities for veterans. Michael and Susan Kraft share the story of their father’s experience at the Claremore Veteran’s Center. Major General Rita Aragon and former Medical Director of the Norman Veterans Center, Dr. Pamela Hiti weigh in on some of the problems and possible solutions to accusations of neglect and abuse at veteran’s facilities. Proposed tax cuts and falling natural gas prices are creating uncertainty as legislators begin the complex task of drafting a state budget. Sen. Clark Jolley (R-Edmond) and Rep. Earl Sears (R-Bartlesville), who lead the Senate and House Appropriations Committees, talk about some of the unique challenges they face this year. Sen. Brian Bingman (R-Supulpa), Rep. Kris Steele (R-Shawnee), and Rep. Scott Inman (D-Del City) also voice their concerns. Music and arts education programs face more cuts in public schools, forcing many districts to rely on the private sector for creative instruction. The Tulsa Symphony recently paid internationally renowned music teacher Roberta Guaspari to teach some workshops in the city. It’s one example of private organizations trying to provide opportunities for music and arts education. And our partners at E-Capitol and The Journal Record have updates on other trending stories in government and business this week.

Related Topics: Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Health Care & Illnesses, Education, Forensics & Investigations, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Health, Education, Military & Espionage

Originally broadcast on May 4, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Cutting Edge National Weather Service

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The National Weather Service in Norman is developing new radar technologies that will allow meteorologists to see the inner workings of storms and provide better warnings to those in the path of potential tornadoes. Featuring Rick Smith from the National Weather Service Forecast Office, the Chief of Radar Research at NSSL, Douglas Forsyth, Kurt Hondl, MPAR Manager at NSSL, and David Stensrud from Forecast Research & Development at NSSL.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Science & Technology

Originally broadcast on April 27, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

April 27th, 2012

On this week’s edition of ONR we take a look at House Bill 3052, House Speaker Kris Steele’s plan to improve public safety and reform the state’s corrections system. Liz Exon looks into the fight over the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship Fund. The program allows children with disabilities to receive money from the state to attend private school, but some school districts believe it is unconstitutional. In “Point-Counterpoint”, Dick Pryor discusses a new law that would require drug testing for welfare recipients with Sen. David Holt and Sen. Constance N. Johnson. And, our Cutting Edge report looks at the advances in radar technology being made at the National Weather Service in Norman. All that, plus updates from the State Capitol and business news from The Journal Record.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health, Education

Originally broadcast on April 27, 2012


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Oklahoma News Report

Weather Center (Highway 9)

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Last week's deadly tornado in Woodward underscores the importance of early detection and warning, to minimize injuries or deaths. The storms killed six people, but advance warnings issued more than 24 hours earlier are credited with preventing further loss of life. Those warnings are the result of efforts by teams of meteorologists, aided by the latest cutting edge technology, located inside a multimillion dollar facility along Highway 9 in Norman.

Related Topics: Community, Weather & Natural Disasters

Originally broadcast on April 20, 2012