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Oklahoma Forum

Jobs and the Labor Market (27:45)

We discuss Oklahoma’s workforce and the job market with: Richard McPherson, Executive Director, Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Lynn Gray, Director of Economic Research and Analysis and Chief Economist, Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Dr. Phil Berkenbile, State Director, Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education

Related Topics: Government, Politics, Women, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues, Education, Energy & Environment, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on September 4, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Oklahoma Aerospace (4:56)

Featured in Top Stories

The aerospace industry is one of Oklahoma's growing economic sectors. Continuing that growth is a major part of state governments efforts to improve and diversify the economy. This year, the legislature re-instated a tax credit for aerospace companies which is seen as a key to promoting more high-paying aerospace jobs.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on August 19, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Power Grid (10:29)

Featured in Top Stories

The power grid that feeds electricity to homes and businesses across the state is under heavy stress this summer. So far there have been no reports of rolling black outs or brown-outs and it appears the demand is not outstripping the supply of electricity. But the need for more power is growing, which means expansion is coming to get that power to the market place. Unlike Oklahoma, most of Texas is not connected to the energy grid that covers nearly all of the states east of the Rockies. The electric reliability council of Texas underestimated demand for power this summer, which caused disruptions to large users and narrowly avoided rolling blackouts. According to energy experts, the power problems in Texas showed the vulnerabilities of their de-regulated market and the state's inability to get help from other places when it runs short of electricity. Dick Pryor also spoke with Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony about Oklahoma's electric infrastructure.

Related Topics: Science & Technology, Energy & Environment, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on August 12, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

OK Stories Stafford (2:44)

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Imagine standing in your back yard and throwing a tennis ball over your house. Now imagine you're trying to hit a tennis ball thrown by someone standing in the front yard. Get the picture? It's not easy. That illustration is frequently used to describe the difficulty of orbital rendezvous. 46-years ago it was an Oklahoma astronaut who proved it could be done. Here's Oklahoma Stories, with Charles Newcomb.

Related Topics: United States, Space, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on August 5, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Career Tech (3:38)

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Oklahoma's successful career tech education system is re-tooling after a 5.8% cut in state funding in addition to a loss of federal funds of 2.7 million dollars. The cuts come at a time when education has become the key to improving the lives of an increasing number of Oklahomans.

Related Topics: Politics, Science & Technology, Education, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on July 29, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Stephenson Center (5:41)

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THE DOORS ARE NOW OPEN TO A BUILDING THAT'S DESCRIBED AS THE MOST TECHNOLOGICALLY-ADVANCED CANCER TREATMENT CENTER IN THE STATE. A FACILITY THAT COMBINES SCIENCE, ACADEMIA, RESEARCH AND A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO TREATING A DISEASE THAT KILLS THOUSANDS OF OKLAHOMANS EACH YEAR. Colin Fitzsimons\Chief Administrative Officer Kathy Baker, RN\Chemotherapy & Infusion Center Mgr. Jari Askins\Associate Provost Robert Mannel, M.D.\Director, Oklahoma Cancer Center Robert Guerra\Patient THE CENTER ADMITTED ITS FIRST PATIENTS JULY 18TH. PLANS CALL FOR MORE STAFF TO BE ADDED DURING THE NEXT SEVERAL YEARS, AS THE PATIENT LOAD INCREASES. THE CENTER WILL ALSO INCLUDE A NETWORK OF TREATMENT AND RESEARCH AT OTHER FACILITIES AROUND THE STATE.

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

Originally broadcast on July 22, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

This Week in Business (2:57)

JOURNAL RECORD MANAGING EDITOR TED STREULI JOINS US WITH MORE DEVELOPMENTS IN BUSINESS NEWS THIS WEEK. 1. CHESAPEAKE IS PUMPING A LOT OF MONEY INTO NEW NATURAL GAS TECHNOLOGY. WHAT'S BEHIND THAT INVESTMENT? 2. A REPORT FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY SHOWS DEVELOPMENT OF OKLAHOMA'S WIND ENERGY SECTOR GAINING MOMENTUM. WHAT'S THE LATEST? 3. WE MAY SOON SEE SOME MAJOR CHANGES IN THE STATE'S WATER LAWS, WITH DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPREHENSIVE WATER PLAN. TELL US ABOUT THAT. 4. OKLAHOMA CITY IS CONSIDERING SOME CHANGES IN AMBULANCE SERVICE THAT COULD ULTIMATELY INVOLVE MUCH OF THE STATE. WHAT'S HAPPENING? 5. WHAT ARE YOU WORKING ON FOR NEXT WEEK?

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on July 15, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Water Conservation (4:24)

Featured in Going Green

The Oklahoma Conservation Commission is working to conserve the state’s water supplies. One such effort involves a rain garden under construction in Sapulpa.

Related Topics: Science & Nature, Technology, Environment, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on June 29, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Gas Prices (5:05)

Featured in Stretching Your Dollars

Chuck Mai, spokesperson for Triple-A Oklahoma, discusses the dip in gas prices.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Technology, Business & Economy, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on June 22, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Oil and Gas Industry (2:44)

Featured in Top Stories

The oil and gas industry is a primary component of the Oklahoma economy.

Related Topics: News & Public Affairs, Technology, Business & Economy, Environment, Science & Technology, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on June 22, 2011