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02:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Staggering 65 More coronavirus deaths in Oklahoma, A new record. The State Health Department today reported that 39 happened in just the last seven days 14 were associated with long term care facilities. Deaths or spread across 19 counties, including 11 fatalities, and Cleveland County, 12 in Oklahoma County and 11 in Tulsa County. One state lawmaker wants to help out essential workers who have kept the state running during the pandemic. Here's Michael Board with that story. House Minority Leader Emily Virgin has filed a bill that would require a portion of any future stimulus money the state receives to be paid to employees of business is deemed essential during the pandemic. Hourly workers would receive no less than an additional $3 per hour and salary workers would get an additional $1200. Virgin says her legislation rewards Oklahomans who have continued to show up and keep our state alive and inmate from the Oklahoma County jail, was able to escape this morning as he and other detainees were being escorted out of the jail to be loaded. Onto a band. Here's Margot Murano vases. Rubio escaped out the garage door of the jail and later stole a van from a nearby business. Police spotted the van and chased Rubio, who was taken into custody after a brief pursuit. Rubio had been convicted of kidnapping and domestic abuse. A statement from the jail says Investigators are actively engaged in identifying all contributing factors to the incident and addressing them immediately in a lawsuit filed by Senate President Pro TEM Greg Treat, and House Speaker Charles McCall, the state Supreme Court has ruled Governor Kevin Stitt lacked the authority to enter into gaming compacts with the United Key to abandoned Cherokees and the Kylie G tribal town. The compacts were signed. Last July, and the mother of two Children who drowned in a Tulsa Creek after wandering away from their apartment is heading to prison for 10 years. It's a plea agreement. Venetia Willis pleaded guilty to two counts of child neglect. She had been charged with second degree murder, and the Belk Department store chain is filing for bankruptcy. North Carolina based retailer says.

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02:54 min | 1 year ago

"charles mccall" Discussed on KTOK

"K x x y FM 96.1 HD to Oklahoma City Better safe than sorry. State House Speaker Charles McCall says he doesn't expect civil unrest at the state Capitol. But he says security will be increased after a warning from the FBI that armed protests Are possible starting Saturday at all 50 State capitals. We fully expected things to remain very civil here in the state and State captains, a place where citizens come to engage on policy. McCall says the state police will be ready to respond if anything should happen. A multibillion dollar budget is proposed for Oklahoma's public schools. Tanner Carlson reports. State School Superintendent Joy Hoffmeister presented the $3 billion budget request to state lawmakers yesterday. Spending plan increases funding for schools by $191 Million.110 million dollars of it would make up for the budget cuts from last year. In addition, the state Department of Education has requested $18 million to hire additional school counselors. State Health Commissioner Dr Lance Fry blames a decrease in covert 19 testing and reporting and holiday gatherings for the dramatic increase in the number of covert 19 cases in Oklahoma. He urges Oklahomans to continue doing everything they can to keep themselves and their loved ones. Safe as the state continues distributing the vaccine price says People who traveled out of state over the holidays should get tested for covert 19 a child's death and SAPO police to the arrest of the baby's parents. 20 year old Adela, Alison and 34 year old Nicholas Hammonds were booked on child neglect and drug complaints. Investigators say the couple's five month old son died in November after they laid him face down the night before and left him alone for 13 hours, Police say Allison admitted taking methamphetamine and Hammond's allegedly had been drinking. I'm Marco Marino. In other news, no air show this year, a Tinker Air Force Base. Story from Beth Myers Tinker Air Force Base has canceled this year's air show that was scheduled in June. Installation Commander Colonel Paul Phil check says it's because of the continued battle against Copan, 19 and the high number of cases in Oklahoma every month, he says they explored a number of alternatives. But after careful consideration, he said, they simply cannot execute a worthwhile event. It would not potentially in danger. Both the community and members of Tinker Air Force Base the stalemate of in Oklahoma County Jail inmate is now charged with murder. In his death. Jail workers found the body of 40 year old Bradley own lane partially under a mattress on January 2nd. 27 year old Shaquille Brown is accused of using a metal bracket from a leg brace to kill Lane Brown was in jail on several charges, including aggravated assault and battery robbery and drug possession. Lane was booked into jail in December on a number of charges, including possession of a stolen vehicle. I'm Marco Marino hate Oklahoma City.

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

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"Warning from the FBI that could affect us here. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott, a new center and this is Oklahoma's first news. We're off to a cold start, but we'll have a beautiful day today. Our forecast is coming up. The FBI is warning law enforcement agencies across the U. S. A possible armed protests at all 50 State Capitol building starting on Saturday. Here in Oklahoma State House Speaker Charles McCall confirms he has been briefed on the potential risks we would not expect. Anybody to come here and try to create civil unrest with one of these events, But DPS has made it very clear and given us assurance that they will be ready to respond if someone does try. Details. News. Four security measures will be increased at the Capitol President Trump speaking out for the first time, says the riots at the Capitol Building last week. Griff Jenkins reports. It's the first acknowledgment from the president that he bears some blame for the capital. Riot Minority leader Kevin McCarthy says the president expressed the sentiment in a conversation that he had McCarthy relaying that message to his fellow House Republicans on a call yesterday, according to two sources familiar with that call. Now this as the House is set to move Ford on a single article of impeachment, incitement of insurrection, the article reads. In part, quote everyone involved in this assault must be held accountable. Beginning with the man most responsible for its president Donald Trump. We cannot begin to heal the soul of this country without first delivering swift justice to all its enemies, foreign and domestic sugar. Pelosi appears confident that she has the votes in the House. But some Senate Democrats are warning against the moon. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"How an FBI warning could affect us. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the KT. Okay. New Center, and this is Oklahoma's first news heavy coat this morning that a sweater by afternoon. Our forecast is coming up. State House Speaker Charles McCall says security measures will be increased at the state Capitol this after a warning from the FBI that armed protests are possible. Starting Saturday. In all 50 state capitals. GPS has made it very clear and given us assurance that they will be ready to respond if someone does try. That's what he tells news for. The FBI is also warning that a group has threatened to travel to Washington, D C and stage an uprising if Congress removes President Trump. Some office the capital gets ready for President elect Biden's inauguration. Rachel Sutherland reports the nation's capital is ramping up security ahead of Inauguration Day. As many as 15,000 National Guard troops have been authorized ahead of January 20th. DC Mayor Merial Bowser's asking people to stay out of the city on Inauguration Day. Our goals right now are to encourage Americans to participate virtually right now, 6200 guard members from six states have been mobilized, and they're in the nation's capital. The National Park Service is closed The Washington monument through January 24. Health officials say the state has 3885 new covert 19 cases and 14 additional deaths from the virus. As of yesterday, the most recent count available. Oklahoma has had a total of 335,247 confirmed cases of covert 19. The state's covert 19 death toll now stands at 2700. 75 state Health commissioner, Dr Lance Fries is multiple factors are responsible for the dramatic increase in covert 19 cases in Oklahoma, Margo Murano reports. Fried blames the surgeon cases in part.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"KT. Okay. New Center. This is Oklahoma's first New Year's steady. Cool down today. Our forecast is coming up. Another 19 Cove in 19 death. That's what the state health of our reported yesterday there've been 2571 go over 19 deaths in Oklahoma since the pandemic began with more than 308,000. Positive cases. The State House minority leader says it sends the wrong message yesterday, House Republicans table Democrat representative Emily Virgins amendment that would have required House members to wear a mask well at the state Capitol by not complying with the governor's executive order. Not doing what the governor is asking Oklahomans to deal to not do what medical experts are asking all the home and studio wear setting a terrible example for the state of Oklahoma. Today, she says the boat shows Republicans are going to continue to absolve themselves from leadership responsibilities during the ongoing crisis. Oklahoma County officials are seeing a high demand for the cove in 19 vaccine, officials say. More than 1000 appointments for the county's first covert 19 vaccination clinic for those over the age of 65 were booked and less than five minutes. Appointments for the first dose of the Fizer vaccine will take place tomorrow, and those people who need to get their second dose will get it 21. Days later, the Statehouse has elected Republican Charles McCall of Atocha to serve a third term is House Speaker. Margo Murano reports,.

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02:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Then why did they get arrested? If there has been a person arrested and is in our jail that is here illegally, they need to be sent back to their country. They need to be put on a list so that they can't come back into our country because not only have they broken one law, they've broken two and possibly more. So I think that is what the biggest problem right now is down at the jail trust, and I don't know that that's ever gonna stop or they're not going to stop having those big rows down there at that meeting until they actually vote on that issue and get it put to bed. Your thoughts, if any eight for a 1000 Leigh Matthews, Katie, Okay, calm. Racial slurs definitely should not be allowed, Nor should profanity. And those people should be escorted out of the building if they use them a third term as state House speaker. I'm Beth Myers in the news radio. 1000 Katie, Okay, New center. Statehouse today formally elected Republican Charles McCall of a Tokyo to serve a third term as House speaker. McCall said afterward that one priority for the House this session will be to support education in Oklahoma. We're going to work on big education. Reform this year in a way that is equitable to all parts of the state, whether rule or urban Good policy works everywhere in the state of Oklahoma. He says Other priorities will be expanding high speed Internet in rural areas, improving healthcare and helping businesses recover from the pandemic. Oklahoma U. S. Senator Jim Inhofe said today he will not challenge election results. Here's Margot Murano, Oklahoma U. S. Senator Jim Inhofe will not be among a group of Republican lawmakers who plan to challenge electoral college results in Hoff says it would violate the oath of office he took to support and defend the Constitution. He says the Constitution is clear that any questions about the electoral process or validity of results may only be adjudicated in the courts, and we've had another 19. In covert 19 related deaths in Oklahoma. It's what the State Health Department reported today. There have been 2571 covert 19 deaths in Oklahoma since the pandemic began, and more than 308,000 positive cases from the Alan Samuels. Volkswagen Whether studio Allen Samuels, Volkswagen, Your friend.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"How those things are done? How do you identify people? In various risk groups. How the document. How do you call them back is at least with visor. There's a second dosage three weeks later that you have to take so you have to track them. You have to bring them back. You have to give them that second dosage in order for it to be effective, so All of those kinds of difficulties in making distributing the vaccine. Those are going to be concerns and that's why you're seeing even Moderna say We probably won't have anything ready to go until the end of the first quarter for 2021. That's still fine with me, and I want to be first in line if I can't lovely wife said, Because she's a health care professional. She will be, But then, and then she was gonna look into seeing fucking come along, too. Since I'm a spouse of a first responder, a four a 1000 Leigh Matthews, Katie okay dot com Michael Bauer. Thank you for the update. I try to unplug over the weekend and not pay attention to what's going on. But even then there was some some turbulence in relation to the election, and we'll get into what that turbulence was with builds Emperor That's coming up in four minutes about eight minutes from now. Actor John Hannah. Who is in a new TV series called Transplant. He'll tell us about it on NewsRadio 1000 Katie. Okay, you'll need a mask. If you're going to the capital I'm Beth Myers and the news radio 1000 Katie, Okay, New center, even though Executive orders don't apply to the legislative branch, both House Speaker Charles McCall and Senate President Pro TEM Greg Treat said today. They will require people at the state capital to observe the same mask policy that the governor unveiled today for the rest of state government governor State.

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

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"In place with velcro and there's a zipper on each end so it can be accessed from either in the either side of the person who really designer purses there they're attractive and taking mom to the range might be a good thing to do for mother's day on a firearms Friday again the name of one thousand Katie okay this covert numbers good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center in this is Oklahoma's first news we'll see some sunshine later but today will be cool our forecast is coming up seven more deaths from covert nineteen at Oklahoma yesterday pushing the total death toll in Oklahoma two hundred sixty the state health department also reported one hundred twenty nine new cases of the virus yesterday bringing the total number up to four thousand three hundred thirty two thousand nine hundred eighty five have recovered it now goes to the governor of the state house yesterday passed a budget bill for next fiscal year that cuts most state agencies by about four percent democratic representative Mickey dollars Oklahoma City doesn't like it the department of mental health is getting cut by fourteen million dollars well our constituents are getting shot in the Donald by disgruntled customers Mister speaker I would implore you to vote no on this budget to revisit it restore the cuts to department of mental health house speaker Charles McCall says the legislature delivered a best case scenario budget for the people are trying time governorship was not part of the budget negotiations but he says he and his staff are reviewing the measure governor Kevin Stitt wasted no time signing the bill to reinstate the requirement that mailed absentee ballots being notarized just hours after the bill passed the Senate yesterday did put his signature on the major requirement was struck down by the state Supreme Court on Monday in times of a public health emergency like the covert nineteen pandemic voters would be allowed to sign the ballots and submit copies of their driver's licenses or voter identification cards from the weather center skies will start clearing it up mid morning and we'll get up to the low sixties today for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I'm Jacquelyn Scott news.

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

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"Challengers candidate filing continues today and tomorrow governor Kevin Stitt is considering budget cuts to address a revenue shortfall as we hear from Beth Myers governor state says just using rainy day money to fill the state's four hundred fifteen million dollar budget hole for the current fiscal year isn't enough when Oklahomans are struggling I'm gonna protect the taxpayer and asking state agencies to to cut expenses by one or two percent seems very reasonable to make that both house speaker Charles McCall and Senate president pro tem Greg treats a budget cuts are not on the table during this health emergency McCall says the legislature has made that clear they both say the state's reserve accounts are sufficient for services to continue on interrupted governor state meanwhile says lawmakers are going back to the drawing board and that every option is on the table president trump says as the battle against corona virus continues the supply chain is moving to keep up with demand here's colonel Scott the president says while ventilators are being built to distribute masks are on the move six point six million to New York and New Jersey one point eight million to Chicago one point seven million to Detroit in eight hundred and thirty seven thousand to New Orleans but as the medical war continues the president says an economic war also rages to bring the country back to prosperity we have to get our country back we have to get going everybody wants to get going that he says is where an additional two hundred fifty billion dollars in stimulus he's asking Congress for will keep employers going through this tough time of social distancing vice president Mike pence providing an update on how much has been given out through the paycheck protection program secretary of the treasury discussed the progress that we made on paycheck protection he reported to members of Congress that so far working with more than three thousand six hundred lenders across the country and we dispersed more than ninety eight billion dollars in forgivable loans and speaking at the White House coronavirus task force briefing the Oklahoma employment security commission will hold a virtual town hall tomorrow to answer questions about unemployment claims amid the corona virus pandemic it'll start at one PM you can find more information about it on the we.

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

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"Grow I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center there had been an additional twelve deaths in Oklahoma from corona virus in its daily report out today the state health department says the deaths occurred in Oklahoma Cleveland Tulsa a dare Greer K. and Wagner counties there are seventy nine total deaths in the state with more than fifteen hundred confirmed cases and the Oklahoma department of corrections now says five of its employees have tested positive for coke but nineteen years Margot marrano they include four facilities staff members and one probation and parole officer also an inmate at the Jackie Brannon correctional center in McAlester has tested positive D. O. C. says masks have been provided for all inmates and staff statewide and inmates are confined to their cells to limit exposure it appears governor Kevin Stitt is at odds with lawmakers on how to fill a four hundred sixteen million dollar budget hole for the current fiscal year the governor says budget cuts to state agencies should be out of the question Oklahomans are struggling Oklahomans are hurting asking the state government also cut expenses by one or two percent is very reasonable in the current situation that we're in at the same time the governor says he will protect core services including health care the state house and Senate voted on Monday to tap into the state's reserve accounts to make up for the shortfall house speaker Charles McCall and Senate president pro tem Greg treat both say that they will not authorize cuts during the covert nineteen response and the governor issued an executive order today ensuring that first responders including correctional officers law enforcement and fire personnel who work for state agencies will receive guaranteed paid time off if they get sick with corona virus state says there's no opportunity for these people to work from home so they need our support he's encouraging cities and counties across the state to take this same action the Oklahoma employment security commission in an undated with first time unemployment claims agency director robin Roberson says one hundred thirty five thousand first time claims have been filed so far that compares to about fifteen hundred claims a week that have been filed before the corona virus our agency yes the way the work search criteria for regular.

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"S. army is putting a hold on new recruits arriving at Fort Sill for basic combat training the army calls it a tactical pause those already in basic training and advanced job specific courses will continue training under screening and monitoring guidelines established last month and will go to their next assignment after they graduate three hundred fifty Halliburton employees are losing their jobs in Duncan it's at the field operations center Albertan officials said the layoffs probably will be permanent but the company plans to keep its business location in Duncan open for now the state legislature voted Monday to withdraw money from state reserve accounts to fill the budget hole caused by the covert nineteen slowdown senator Roger Thompson of okina says it avoids budget cuts and protects core services our number one priority right now is mature as health care and that health care is going to be taken care of for the state and we have a lot of federal money that's coming in to help offset that but we're looking to to make sure that health care starting Carol Thompson is the chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee house speaker Charles McCall says we are keeping government functional I'm Marco Moreno in other news nearly six hundred Hillcrest healthcare system employees are losing their jobs because of the corona virus make a bishop reports the Tulsa based companies says that's about nine percent of its work force company went on to say it's shifting away from handling non emergency medical issues so Chris has eight ounce bottles with three in Tulsa one each in clear more Cushing Henrietta prior and Alonso they provide comprehensive primary and specialty care through the Utica park clinic in Oklahoma heart institute in order went into effect at midnight and got three that requires residents to wear cloth face masks in public to help stop the spread of covert nineteen the city says don't buy medical masks they are needed for health care providers they say the face coverings aren't primarily to protect the wearer but instead to protect the wearer from accidentally infecting others because many infected people take a long time to develop symptoms are never do I'm Marco Moreno.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

"charles mccall" Discussed on KTOK

"On CDC guidance and the fact that there is no evidence of community spread in Tulsa our public events in public gatherings continue as normal he says if there is any sign of community spread he will work with local health officials to address what action is needed he also said today that because of the impact of the loss of tax revenue on the city budget from the loss of business and travel because of the virus he has ordered a hiring freeze for the city and a freeze on employee travel meanwhile good news from the Tulsa health department today it says the man who was the the state's first confirmed coronavirus case has recovered the man in his fifties who traveled recently to Italy as had to negative tests epidemiologists say that is the indicator of recovery state house speaker Charles McCall says the coronavirus situation is fluid but he says right now there is no plan to shut down state government or close the state capitol building to limit exposure he says state agencies are working to stay ahead of the problem he says the state has the resources to help address the situation whatever the level of the crisis turns out to be the annual St Patrick's day parade in stockyards city in Oklahoma City that was scheduled for Saturday has been canceled because of concerns over the corona virus outbreak also there was a big downtown block party in Tulsa that was hosted by some bars that has also been canceled the department of defense has confirmed and Oklahoma air national guardsman was killed Wednesday in a rocket attack in Iraq twenty eight year old staff sergeant Marshall Roberts of Owosso was a member of the two hundred nineteenth engineering installation squadron a unit of the one thirty eighth fighter wing headquartered in Tulsa that deployed late last year state adjutant general Michael Thompson says Robert served selflessly and with honor Roberts and listed in may of two thousand fourteen he is the first Oklahoma air national guardsmen killed in action Katie okay weather center four warn storm team cloudy with rain today often on a high about forty six cool tonight are low in the mid forties and then tomorrow we have a ninety percent chance of rain early and a high of fifty eight I'm Beth Myers Katie okay news radio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of.

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02:52 min | 2 years ago

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"The village XXY FM ninety six one eight Oklahoma City Democrat Joe Biden not some big wins yesterday including here in Oklahoma Meghan bis reports it was former vice president Joe Biden's night biting finish strong with about thirty eight percent of the democratic vote Bernie Sanders trail that about twenty five percent Sanders is still predicting he will win the democratic nomination and the presidency though president trump easily won the Republican primary in Oklahoma with more than ninety two percent of the vote just a day after super Tuesday former New York City mayor brought Mike Bloomberg suspended his campaign following a disappointing super Tuesday result willing Byrd did not compete in the first four states but hope to make a splash during yesterday's primaries he ended up winning only the American Samoa caucus because of the new alcohol laws in Oklahoma residents can buy beer and wine in grocery and convenience stores on Sundays yesterday voters in seven Oklahoma county said yes to allowing liquor stores to be open on Sunday voters in Cleveland creek king Fisher must gogi Oklahoma Tulsa and Washington counties went to the polls to decide that issue the proposition passed by overwhelming majorities to mirror a new federal law the state Senate has passed a bill to raise the minimum age in Oklahoma by tobacco products from eighteen to twenty one so Greg McCartney of ada's says healthcare professionals have long advocated raising the age limit to reduce smoking numbers in this in the long term will have really really got a fax for the health status of Oklahoma and Oklahomans in general so I think it's a win win on every level he says it's important for the state law to match the new federal law to avoid confusion and ambiguity to clear up any gray areas in other bills passed last year the state Senate also passed a measure that clarifies cities and counties in Oklahoma do have the authority to regulate smoking or vaping medical marijuana in public it would not stop somebody say cancer patients from taking their medicine in a consumable form or edible form but they shouldn't be able to smoke that product was when you smoke the market actually fix a lot of people around you senator Lonnie Paxton of title author that bill it now goes over to the house state house sins the in god we trust bill to the Senate the measure would require the national motto be posted mostly buildings schools would not have to post it opponents say the bill would disenfranchise Oklahomans with the diverse religious beliefs bill author house speaker Charles McCall calls it a hommage to the country's history vice president Mike pence meeting with airline CEOs today as coronavirus concerns take toll on the travel industry and our airlines.

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02:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Thousand eighty okay okay XXY FM ninety six point one to Oklahoma City this series of death chamber missense governor Kevin state Attorney General Mike hunter in Oklahoma department of corrections director Scott crow say the state will resume executions using a three drug lethal injection protocol officials say the state is obtained a supply of those drugs executions were halted after a botched lethal injection in twenty fourteen the love did invade riding on the Gurney drug mix ups in twenty fifteen which the wrongly filled drugs were delivered ACLU of Oklahoma director Ryan Kiesel says given the state's repeated failures in carrying out executions and the government's refusal to share information it's just common sense that we should not trust the government with this awesome and irrevocable power he says there is simply no humane way for the government to kill its people he says Oklahoma's experiment with the death penalty is a miserable and grisly failure the national model would be displayed on all state buildings if call my house speaker Charles McCall gets his way Jacqueline Scott reports house bill thirty eight seventeen would require the office of management and enterprise services to display in god we trust in a prominent place in all state buildings except for those owned by school district the size and placement of the phrase would match cal the motto is displayed in the U. S. capitol visitor center the group American atheists is criticizing the proposal and says it would be exclusionary to people with diverse religious beliefs McCall says he does not intend for the bill to be a religious statement in god we trust has been the national motto since nineteen fifty six hi Margot Maranda in other news it's been a deadly flu season Megan bishop has details state health officials now say some thirty Oklahomans have died from flu this season the Oklahoma state department of health says two hundred and forty five residents were recently hospitalized for flu related symptoms that brings the total number of hospitalizations this season alone to nearly seventeen hundred people health experts say the best way to avoid the flu is to get the flu shot that it's not too late a pet hero in Oklahoma City a man who ran back inside his burning house to rescue is pets late last night treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation the fire happened near northwest at sixty third and may no other injuries were reported a Midwest city man suspected of killing his father and threatening to other family members is charged with first degree murder and two counts of pointing.

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02:05 min | 3 years ago

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"Specifically at sea we have worked at rest times with other bearing conditions in the past FAA general engineers Stacey's inky my key aide tells news for that federal officials who write airline safety rules will make any final decision the study will be done over twelve days in November and December here in Oklahoma City and a final report will be released next summer and it turns out the case of a woman who claimed that she was attacked by another woman in the parking lot of the Walmart store in still water was closed because police couldn't determine who the aggressor was Brian gained tells us more so water police chief Jeff watts admits his department dropped the ball on a case involving a one under claim she was attacked by another woman in the parking lot of the Walmart store on north Perkins road in Stillwater Nancy Nelson told police the woman got mad and attacked her when she asked her to move a shopping cart that was blocking her vehicle it happened five months ago Nelson says her alleged attacker hasn't been arrested or charged chief what says he just learned about the case and is now being submitted to the district attorney's office for review he also apologized to Nelson for her frustration he says the investigating officer wasn't able to determine who the aggressor was and the case was closed house speaker Charles McCall today announced a new initiative to increase legislative oversight he says of agency governing boards he says the legislature has been too deferential and hands off with governing boards for most of state history and he says the house is going to change that he says he will assign house committees to regularly monitor the governing boards of more than three dozen state agencies so we says legislators can be better informed and increase their watchdog role over agencies energy secretary Rick Perry has notified the president he intends to resign effective later this year Oklahoma congressman Frank Lucas says under Perry's leadership the department of energy has helped make American energy cleaner more efficient and less expensive than.

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

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"During hot weather Tesla the only automaker that didn't agree to the backseat check reminders he will face the law that's what Lincoln County district attorney Alan grubs says about Chandler assistant police chief Steven Simon Simon was arrested Monday after his wife called. nine one one and said he choker and threatened to shoot her with a shot gun it says war whenever people in those positions are being held accountable because so often times they're able to hide those problems. grab says Simon also had a number of illegal firearms inside his house in federal charges could be filed and our call my kindergarten teacher say she has never been trained how to deal with a violent student Mandy much closer peered at the state capitol yesterday before a group of lawmakers studying school discipline problems I feel like more training for teachers would be great but also. we need to be able to get these kids the resources that they need so that they can be successful and so the other kids in the classroom can also learn and progress like they should be able to she says she was kicked punched and bitten by a violent student and it took months for that student to be removed from the classroom house speaker Charles McCall says the house redistricting effort that will begin after the twenty twenty census will be transparent and citizen driven he says he plans to create a bi partisan redistricting committee that will travel around the state and get input from citizens in town hall meetings he says the house also will solicit input from the state county and local officials instead of waiting until October the city of Davis is closing the swimming hole at Turner falls park immediately for the summer it's because of two Browning's on Tuesday the folds swimming hole and blew the whole diving board and slider all closed but swimming is allowed in the creek.

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"charles mccall" Discussed on KTOK

"Eight billion dollars in funding to expand access to both treatment and to track over does data as closely to real time as possible Oklahoma share nineteen point two million dollars over three years instead of waiting until after report challenges decided the Oklahoma secretary of state's office now says it will soon begin counting signatures on a petition seeking a statewide vote on repealing the permit list Kerry gun law legal division director any canned tells the Tulsa world her office will be performing a normal killed like all state questions and that the count it shouldn't take very long he hopes to have a number by next week that petition needs fifty nine thousand three hundred and twenty signatures to put the repeal on a statewide ballot next year hi Megan this up in other news two of three suspects wanted in the assault and robbery of an elderly couple in total have been caught both the Oklahoma City police and the Oklahoma state bureau of investigation. the rest of twenty five year old Nathaniel Jones and twenty eight year old Jessica Roberts overnight at a home near south west fifty fourth than young's both were booked into the Oklahoma county jail under arrest warrant from Grady county for first degree robbery the victims were in their late seventies the is B. I. says the husband was beaten before he and his wife were tied up Saturday night authorities also say the husband was able to break free got a loaded gun and shot at the suspects and house speaker Charles McCall says he plans to create a bipartisan redistricting committee to oversee the upcoming house redistricting effort that will begin next year following the twenty twenty census McCall says his house committee will travel around the state to receive input from citizens in town hall settings hi Megan.

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