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http://video.oeta.tv/onr/ONR_Prime_10-28-11.Transcoded.01_Md.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

October 28th, 2011 (57:43)

In the next election voters will have to decide whether it's time to end affirmation action in Oklahoma. Cutting edge research offers hope for parents of children with autism. A tragedy in Ohio prompts concern over the ownership of wild exotic animals in Oklahoma. Swirling spheres at travel plazas are more than mere decorations... They're part of a growing trend at businesses large and small. Phantoms in photos, voices from the great beyond, and spine tingling tours of haunted halls... It's all part of our Oklahoma haunts Halloween fun. All that and more on ONR.

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

Originally broadcast on October 28, 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

September 16th, 2011 (57:40)

New information sheds light on the mystery surrounding the puzzling disappearance of an Oklahoma family. Known for casinos, Oklahoma’s Indian tribes are diversifying to maximize their economic footprint. In southern Oklahoma, students learn the skills they need for jobs of the 21st century. The birthplace of the parking meter prepares for a high-tech upgrade to its old standby. Route 66 is a huge draw for motorcyclists, who enjoy Oklahoma life on the open road. And Charley Newcomb takes us to the U.S. military’s only nuclear cannon, with Oklahoma stories. Those stories and more on ONR.

Related Topics: Travel, Sports & Recreation, War & Conflict, Biography & Profiles, Business & Economy, Government, Science & Technology, Social Issues, Biography & Profiles, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on September 16, 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

Woodward Wind (5:06)

Featured in Top Stories

For most people, energy in Oklahoma means the fuel that lies beneath the ground, symbolized by the oil derricks that dot the landscape. But there is another kind of power being generated in western Oklahoma that is evidenced by the ever greater numbers of gleaming white turbines now capturing the energy in the air.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on October 14, 2011


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Oklahoma News Report

Keystone Pipeline (5:20)

Featured in Top Stories

President Obama has the final say over whether the 1,700 mile keystone pipeline will be finished. To make that decision he has years of environmental impact studies and public hearings to review. The pipeline would funnel crude from the oil sands of Canada to refineries in Texas. The final decision comes down to a choice between creating new jobs and protecting the environment.

Related Topics: Business & Economy, Government, Environment, Science & Technology, Energy & Environment, Transportation & Infrastructure

Originally broadcast on October 14, 2011


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/Tar_Creek.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Tar Creek Superfund (11:12)

Featured in Top Stories

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


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/extras/ONR_Extra_Drilling_Tax_Credits.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

ONR Extra Tax Credits (3:29)

Featured in ONR Extras

Representatives of the oil and gas industry say elimination of state tax incentives for drilling would have a significant impact on their operations. They expressed their concerns recently in testimony before a legislative task force which has been examining Oklahoma’s system of tax credits, incentives and other tax spending. Here is some of that testimony in this ONR Extra.

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

Originally broadcast on September 30, 2011


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ONR

September 30, 2011 (57:44)

Months after a deadly tornado struck an Oklahoma town, another disaster is confronting many of the victims. We examine the physician discipline process and find that prescription drug abuse is one of the biggest problems dragging down Oklahoma doctors. Postal workers are rallying to save jobs and the federal government’s mail service. Autumn nights and the gridiron bring communities together to experience “Oklahoma Life.” A small southwest Oklahoma town has a unique claim to fame. And, Charley Newcomb with Oklahoma Stories.

Related Topics: Film & Television, Community, Sports & Recreation, Modern, Business & Economy, Government, Science & Technology, Social Issues, Health, Sports, Energy & Environment

Originally broadcast on September 30, 2011