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Oklahoma News Report

Feral Hogs

Featured in Top Stories

Problems with feral hogs were first reported in rural southeastern Oklahoma in the 1980's. Now, landowners in all 77 counties are becoming aware of the damage these wild mammals can cause. Feral hogs are even starting to move into urban areas, just as they have in Texas. As the population of feral swine explodes, the Department of Agriculture is trying to find ways to reduce their numbers. But, it isn't easy.

Related Topics: Sports & Recreation, Animals, Environment

Originally broadcast on December 9, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Going Green Stillwater Tests

Featured in Going Green

The city of Stillwater is testing how well some new workers can clear storm water drainage ditches. It's a group willing to work just for food, around the clock, seven days a week to get the job done. For more information on using goats to clear or improve land contact Steve Hart at the Langston University Goat Research extension. Or, check with the Kerr Center for sustainable agriculture.

Related Topics: Community, Environment, Animals, Environment

Originally broadcast on December 2, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Climate Science Center

Featured in Top Stories

Devastating ice storms, massive flooding, heat waves and drought have all been part of Oklahoma’s weather picture in recent years. As the world's climate changes, such events are expected to become more common. The state's two largest universities, bitter rivals in sports, are coming together as part of an effort to learn more about climate change, and its impact

Related Topics: Environment, Weather & Natural Disasters, Environment, Science & Technology, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on December 2, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

OK Life Wild Turkeys

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Benjamin Franklin preferred the wild turkey over the eagle as a national symbol. The turkey, Franklin wrote, though a little vain and silly, is a bird of courage. Wild turkeys were abundant in Franklin’s day, but did you know at one point in our history turkeys were almost extinct? Today, turkeys are the stars of our thanksgiving tables, and the object of obsession for one Oklahoma man.

Related Topics: Sports & Recreation, United States, Natural History

Originally broadcast on November 18, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Earthquake Science

Featured in Top Stories

Dozens of aftershocks and hundreds of damage reports have poured in following the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in Oklahoma. It has Oklahomans wondering whether dams, bridges and roads are still safe after all that shaking, as earthquakes are hitting a state more accustomed to dealing with tornadoes than temblors.

Related Topics: Earth, Weather & Natural Disasters, Science & Technology

Originally broadcast on November 18, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Science of Breaking Bad

Featured in Top Stories

Hollywood is now producing dozens of television programs that feature scientific disciplines such as chemistry and physics as a key component. Television producers have discovered the value of relying upon science professionals to give those programs a true sense of reality. Among those professionals helping Hollywood to get it right is a chemistry professor at the University of Oklahoma.

Related Topics: Film & Television, Biology & Chemistry, Arts & Entertainment

Originally broadcast on November 11, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

NMI Earthquake Science

Featured in Top Stories

It could be several weeks before a damage estimate is released on the series of earthquakes that have rattled Oklahoma recently. The department of emergency management will dispatch teams in a few days to begin compiling damage reports on the quakes, which have occurred along a geological formation known as the Wilzetta fault. We spoke with Dr. Randy Keller, director of the Oklahoma Geological Survey, about the seismic activity that has shaken the state

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Environment, Science & Technology

Originally broadcast on November 11, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Weleetka Murders

Featured in Top Stories

More than three years have passed since two young girls were murdered while walking on a dirt road in rural Okfuskee County near Weleetka. Recently there has been growing publicity about the case including speculation on a possible suspect. For investigators, the key piece of evidence to allow charges to be filed, involves a gun they believe is the murder weapon. But they have no idea where it is.

Related Topics: Community, Forensics & Investigations, Social Issues

Originally broadcast on November 11, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

EZ Go Wind Power (3:39)

Featured in Going Green

According to the department of commerce, there are 880 commercial-scale wind turbines across the state. Each is capable of generating enough electricity to power at least 250 homes. But not everyone wanting to tap into wind power is doing it on a grand scale. They are turning to a type of wind generation that isn't regulated by the state, and in many communities, doesn't even require a permit. Micro wind turbines are also popping up at private homes, including the Governor's mansion. The company that manufactures energy balls makes one about half the size of those installed at the travel plazas for home use.

Related Topics: Environment, Business & Economy, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on October 28, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Autism Research (7:45)

Featured in Top Stories

It's an epidemic reaching crisis proportions. According to the national centers for disease control and prevention, an estimated one out of every 150 children, is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, or A.S.D. Researchers at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences are taking a team approach to identifying the causes of autism, and they hope to someday find a way to prevent this devastating disease.

Related Topics: Health Care & Illnesses, Child Development, Biology & Chemistry, Health, Health

Originally broadcast on October 28, 2011