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Oklahoma News Report

Newsmaker Interview: Darrell Weaver

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Oklahoma currently rests between the horns of a new law meant to target and stop the creation of meth. The first half of House Bill 2491 came into effect in July limits the amount of cold medicine, like Sudafed or Claritin-D, an individual can purchase in a given amount of time. The other half of the bill will soon link Oklahoma up to other nearby states via an electronic system that tracks the sale of drugs used to make meth. We spoke to Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drug Director Darrell Weaver about the new law and how it's being used to stomp out an age-old problem.

Related Topics: Community, Biology & Chemistry, Business & Economy, Government, Social Issues, Health, Health, Society

Originally broadcast on August 17, 2012

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Community Health Centers


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Recently, Governor Mary Fallin announced that she would wait until the November elections had wrapped up to decide on whether to expand Medicaid eligibility under the Affordable Healthcare Act. Similarly, state lawmakers continue to drag their feet on crafting a state healthcare exchange, hoping that a new president in the White House will reverse the law. While movement on the law remains in limbo, communities struggle to meet the healthcare demands of some 700,000 Oklahomans who have no health insurance.

Related Topics: Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Lifestyle, Child Development, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Social Issues, Health, Health

Originally broadcast on August 3, 2012

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Oklahoma News Report


On this episode of ONR, we take a look at the drought gripping the state and many of it's industries. The heat is hitting agriculture hard, but so is a shortage of young farmers replacing retiring baby boomers. But there are some who say they can't think of a better career to pursue than that which requires a tractor. The Olympics might be in London, but some Olympians are right here in Oklahoma, recalling the joy of going for the gold. Plus, an all-new take on meals on wheels, animals get a helping hand, and we remember a local legislative legend on this ONR.

Related Topics: Biography & Profiles, Community, Food, People & Profiles, Health Care & Illnesses, Fitness & Nutrition, Modern, Earth, Environment, Natural History, Weather & Natural Disasters, Animals, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Environment, Science & Technology, Social Issues, Health, Education, Sports, Biography & Profiles, Energy & Environment, Transportation & Infrastructure, Health, Communications & Media, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on July 27, 2012

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This little house has a big mission, serving as home, hospital, and nursery for all variety of furred and feathered creatures. But while the animal population at WildCare is expanding, the space is not, and that's inspiring the organization to take on the biggest project in it's history.

Related Topics: Community, People & Profiles, Health Care & Illnesses, Earth, Natural History, Animals, Health, Education, Biography & Profiles, Health, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on July 27, 2012

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Living Well: Cycling


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With gas prices high and health rankings low, many Oklahomans are turning to biking as their preferred mode of transportation. So popular has bike bipedalism become, the Sooner State has jumped from 43rd to 35th in a national survey of bicycle friendliness, propelled by a populous looking to get healthier and get around on a dime.

Related Topics: Community, Travel, Lifestyle, Earth, Environment, Business & Economy, Global Affairs, Social Issues, Health, Energy & Environment, Health, Society

Originally broadcast on July 27, 2012

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Children's Hospital Art


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Being sick can be frightening, especially for children. But at the OU Children's Hospital, a new type of therapy is being tested to help kids cope with the rigors of disease. It's called 'art therapy.'

Related Topics: Performing Arts, Folk Art & Crafts, Biography & Profiles, Community, Health Care & Illnesses, Aging, Child Development, Healthy Kids, Issues & Advice, Social Issues, Health, Arts & Entertainment, Health

Originally broadcast on July 13, 2012

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Alzheimer's Research


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Rising in tandem with the United State's aging population is the number of people suffering from Alzheimer's Disease. While this debilitating disease remains uncured, researches in Oklahoma are trying a new form of occupational therapy with the hope of preserving patients' skills along with their dignity and independence.

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Originally broadcast on June 12, 2012


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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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Oklahoma News Report

Autism Research (7:45)

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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

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Oklahoma News Report

Cutting Edge Noble Foundation (5:02)

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Feeding the world's growing population continues to pose major challenges for society. The agricultural and scientific community is conducting research that holds the promise of increased food security and improved human health. In Oklahoma, much of that work is taking place in Ardmore at the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation.

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Originally broadcast on September 9, 2011