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Oklahoma News Report

Exotic Animal Regulation (7:05)

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Several days ago, the owner of an exotic animal farm in Zanesville, Ohio released more than fifty dangerous wild animals and then committed suicide. What followed was a law enforcement animal hunt to protect citizens in the area. The hunt ended with the killing of most of the animals, and triggered national interest in the exotic animal business. It turns out that five states don't regulate private ownership of dangerous wild animals. Ohio is one of them. And so is Oklahoma

Related Topics: Animals, Government

Originally broadcast on October 28, 2011


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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

October 14th, 2011 (57:38)

Being mentally ill in Oklahoma means a lack of treatment options and likely a stint in a county jail. A new treatment program at a women's prison aims to end recidivism through childhood trauma therapy. The battle between creation of new jobs and environmental protection over the Keystone XL pipeline. An Oklahoma community is fashioning itself as the "hub" for the state's expanding wind industry. All that and more, on ONR.

Related Topics: Community, Environment, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Environment, Education, Energy & Environment, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on October 14, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

October 7th, 2011 (57:44)

Evidence of the state's decaying infrastructure is visible at the state capitol, where the nearly century old structure is clearly showing its age. Call it a reverse brain drain. Nearly 90% of graduates of Oklahoma’s colleges and universities live and work in state one year after getting a diploma. Oklahoma's alcohol laws were put in place in 1959. The move has begun to make changes that will likely be decided by voters. We visit a dying city in its final days and look at the reason for its demise. And, comparing Oklahoma’s drought to extreme weather in Africa.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Environment, Science & Technology, Education

Originally broadcast on October 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

ONR Extra Prairie Chicken (3:35)

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A stocky, ground-dwelling bird is at the center of an impending decision which could have a major impact on businesses and industries that operate in northwest Oklahoma. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is currently conducting a study to determine whether the lesser prairie chicken should be listed as an endangered species and receive protection. State officials and business leaders testified at a forum sponsored by U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe--arguing that such a listing could pose major economic development problems in the region. Among those participating in that forum were new wildlife service director Dan Ashe and Oklahoma Secretary of the Environment Gary Sherrer.

Related Topics: Environment, Animals, Government

Originally broadcast on September 9, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Drought Fire (9:19)

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Temperatures may have dropped, but fire departments across the state are still feeling the heat. The drought that began last October was made worse by months of 100-plus heat, cooking up a cruel summer for firefighters. The spread of wildfires across the state is only the latest in a string of disasters to hit Oklahoma. We talk to Albert Ashwood, Director of the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management about that agency's response.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Government

Originally broadcast on September 9, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

International Drought (6:03)

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Oklahoma is deep into a multi-year drought. That word drought has a different meaning depending on where in the world it's occurring. For Oklahomans drought causes a variety of problems, especially for agriculture. But, in parts of Africa, it's a matter of life and death. The reporter on this story, Alex Chamwada, has been one of the most recognizable television journalists in Kenya for more than a decade. He's visiting Oklahoma through a state department project at Oklahoma State University.

Related Topics: Environment, Weather & Natural Disasters

Originally broadcast on October 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Tar Creek Superfund (11:12)

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It was almost a century ago that a mining camp was established in far northeastern Oklahoma, in an area that would become the town of Picher. By the 1920's Picher was the center of the largest lead and zinc mining operation in the nation. But now, Picher does not exist. The town died from contamination, by-products of mining, which forced the federal government to close Picher and relocate its residents. And while almost all the people are gone, much of the hazard still remains.

Related Topics: Community, Weather & Natural Disasters, Government, Health, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on October 7, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Insurance Problems (9:38)

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The fury of Mother Nature had the community of Piedmont in its sites this year. Three storms pounded the Canadian County town with hail and tornadoes. So far this year, storms destroyed or heavily damaged more than 200 homes in Canadian County, many of those in Piedmont. Now, for many of those people whose homes were destroyed or heavily damaged there's another storm brewing and this one is being described as the worst yet.

Related Topics: Weather & Natural Disasters, Business & Economy

Originally broadcast on September 30, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Dolphin Tale (4:40)

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The true story of a high-tech, artificial dolphin tail--created by Oklahoma-based Hanger Prosthetics and Orthotics--spawned a book about the experience, called "Winter's Tale". Now, the story of Winter, who survived the loss of her tail and learned to use a prosthetic, has been translated to the big screen. The movie, entitled "Dolphin Tale" is providing inspiration to those overcoming their own physical challenges.

Related Topics: Film & Television, Animals, Health

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2011