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02:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Nichols says the issue affects both rural and urban communities. The House speaker decides whether to approve House Interim studies. A decision on all House Interim studies is expected by July, 25th. Senate President Pro TEM Greg Treat approves all requests for Senate Interim studies dinner, Carlson reports. Senator submitted 72 request, but it doesn't mean they will all get a hearing. Treat says Each study was submitted to the committee with jurisdiction over the request, subject matter. Committee chairs will decide when and whether each study is held. Fireworks cost an Oklahoma man his eye. He's recovering, but the firework exploded in his face Sunday night near Douglas and Northeast 36th. In Spencer. Witnesses call it a freak accident caused by a malfunctioning short firework that burned too quickly. Fireworks kept firefighters busy in Oklahoma City. Between Saturday and yesterday, Fire crews responded to 21 Dumpster fires, five grass fires and two house fires, fire officials say all the fires are either confirmed or suspected to have been sparked by fireworks. Fireworks are illegal in the Oklahoma City limits and Arkansas police officer killed in the line of duty. Married Saturday in McAllister, Beth Myers, reports 53 year old Kevin Apple worked for the Pea Ridge, Arkansas Police Department for three years. But before that, he spent 20 years in law enforcement in Oklahoma. He was a police officer in Stigler and a deputy for the Haskell County Sheriff's office. He was struck by a vehicle and killed June 26th as he was investigating suspicious activity. Two suspects were arrested. His funeral was held Friday in Rogers, Arkansas. He was buried Saturday in McAllister, an argument over trespassing after a man was shot in Lincoln County. The man was shot twice yesterday near Highway 12 and North East 63rd and taken to a hospital. Investigators say the shooting stemmed from an argument over whether someone was trespassing in Property woman killed Sunday night in southeast Oklahoma City, riding down a street in a motorized wheelchair. Police say the woman's wheelchair was hit from behind by a car on South Shields. The woman was taken to a hospital in critical condition and died. The O S B. I is investigating the death of a two year old in what Tonga. Paramedics were called to a house in the 500 block of North Hampton on June 18th to help with an injured child. The child was flown by medical helicopter to OU Children's Hospital in Oklahoma City. And died three days later from.

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

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"Department of Homeland Security is delaying the real I D deadline for air travelers until 2023. The deadline was supposed to be this October, but officials announced today it will be extended to make third. 2023 real I d driver's licenses are issued after a thorough check of an applicant's identification. The new licenses have a star on the upper right hand corner. The requirement has been delayed repeatedly over the past decade. Because states were not prepared for the new rules. And now because of covert 19 President Biden is raising the minimum wage for employees of federal contractors. Here's Tom Roberts. Hide inside an executive order boosting the wage from nearly $11 an hour to $15 an hour that covers hundreds of thousands of employees who work for federal contractors. The wage hike kicks in next year. I'm Tom Roberts, Oklahoma City based Chesapeake Energy looking for a new CEO, the company announcing today that Doug Lawler is leaving effective this Friday. Company says the search for a new chief executive officer will likely take several months. State Senate Democrats have filed a formal complaint with Senate President Pro TEM Greg Treat Regarding lewd comments by Republican state Senator Nathan Dahm of Broken Arrow. Dom made suggestive comments about Vice president Kamila Harris. When asked about his bill to ban paper drinking straws. He later said it was a joke. Senate Democrats allege he violated the Senate's conduct and ethical standards. Ah convenience store employee and Duncan was shot and killed overnight during an apparent robbery attempt. Duncan Banner newspaper reports 20 year old Malik I. Stone was shot multiple times through the drive through window at the Chisholm Corner store. Police chief Danny Ford told the paper that a suspect identified his 18 year old Samuel Vory Alo was taken into custody. State Attorney General Mike Hunter is challenging new federal horse racing legislation. Here's Margot Murano Hunter is filed A lawsuit in federal court alleging the Horse Racing Integrity and Safety Act gives a private corporation broad regulatory authority over Oklahoma's horse racing industry. With no funding mechanism so states will have to bear the financial burden. The legislation goes into effect next July, Hunter said it will strip Oklahoma of authority to regulate important aspects of the horse racing industry. Well, the CDC is loosening recommendations on wearing a face mask outside. If you are fully vaccinated and want to attend a small outdoor gathering with people who are vaccinated and unvaccinated, you can do so safely. On mass. CDC Director Rochelle Wolinsky, she said everyone should still wear a mask in a crowded outdoor gathering in the U. S Senate. Today, there was a committee hearing looking into fraud and scams related to the pandemic. Connecticut, U. S. Senator Richard Blumenthal said social media has been the way that swindlers and con artists are peddling their scams. Social media platforms have become a mega mall. Or sink, oil peddlers hawking fake yours and prevention. He says the pandemic has been a bonanza for swindlers and con.

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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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01:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Expanding a rural broadband service, improving healthcare and helping businesses rebound from the pandemic. House members yesterday elected McCall to serve a third term as House speaker, Vice President Mike Pence, preparing to count electoral votes and facing pressure from the president. As we hear from Griff Jenkins, vice president. Pence will preside over the electoral college certification. His role is largely ceremonial in overseeing the certification. It begins at 1 P.m. today pay attention, particularly to senators Paulien Cruise leading objections for the certification of the states of Georgia, Arizona and Pennsylvania. Joining the Senators are more than 100 House Republicans, but the effort is not expected to succeed because when they vote on the challenges The math doesn't add up. Oklahoma U. S. Senator Jim Inhofe will not join Senator James Lankford in a group of other Republican lawmakers who plan to challenge electoral college results. Margo Murano. Reports in half says challenging the state's certification would violate the oath of office He took to support and defend the constitution, he says. It's not something he's willing to do. And he says it's not something Oklahomans would want him to do, He says the constitution is clear that the power to govern presidential elections is explicitly delegated to states, he says. Any question about the electoral process or validity of results might only be adjudicated in the courts with a new administration that will have a new philosophy on mill. The dairy and foreign affairs about to take office in Washington State. Senate President Pro TEM Greg Treat says it's important we worked together at the state and federal level to protect military posts in Oklahoma, he says. He's made an important change this session to the Senate Veterans and Military Affairs Committee, appointing members who represent military facilities in Oklahoma, he says. They'll work closely with the federal delegation to promote Oklahoma's strong support of the people who serve in our armed.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Open. We're gonna help them recover. And thrive. In this pandemic and hopefully very soon. Post pandemic error in the state of Oklahoma House members formally elected McCall to serve a two year term is House speaker making him the longest serving Republican speaker in state history. Worries about Washington. Bringing changes in the state Senate, Beth Myers explains with a new administration about to take office in Washington that will have a new philosophy on military and foreign affairs. State Senate President Pro TEM Greg treat Says it's important we worked together at the state and federal level to protect military posts in Oklahoma. He says He has made an important change this session to the Senate Veterans and Military Affairs Committee, appointing members who represent military facilities in Oklahoma. He says they will work closely with our federal delegation to promote Oklahoma strong support of the brave men and women who serve in our armed forces. Oklahoma U. S Senator Jim Inhofe will not be among a group of Republican lawmakers who plan Challenge Electoral college results today in half 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. Another inmate has died at the Oklahoma County jail. Authorities found a male inmate unresponsive in his cell yesterday and he was pronounced dead at the scene. The medical examiner will determine the cause of the 59 year old inmates..

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Another leap. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the KT. Okay, you center. This is Oklahoma's first years. Cool Start, but it'll warm up later. Our forecast is coming up new numbers from the State Health Department show another big increase in Govan 19 infections and deaths in Oklahoma. There been more than 2700 new cases and 10 additional death more than 1200. People are in the hospital. Governor Kevin stood, says he'll push and press for all schools in Oklahoma to reopen for in person learning after the Christmas break. We're laying down the gold right now. And I need Oklahomans. I need parents. I need teachers I need I need Bento. Move forward. We have to be safe. We've got a flat in this curve so we can get our kids back in person. After the Christmas break, instead says the CDC has found that not being in school is significantly impacting the mental health of young people. Both House Speaker Charles McCall and Senate President Pro TEM Greg Treat says their respective chambers will observe the same mask policy governor State said Monday for the rest of state government, everyone inside the state capital will be required to wear masks still has ordered all state employees to wear masks work and has ordered everyone in Besides state buildings to wear a mask to prevent the spread of covert 19, But executive orders do not apply to the legislative branch treats his Kobe 19 is a serious disease, and we all should take the necessary steps to protect Our neighbors and ourselves. The Trump campaign is back in a Pennsylvania courtroom today, Jessica Rosenthal tells his wife while the federal lawsuits been restructured by the Trump campaign, they're still alleging the processing of more than 680,000 ballots.

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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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02:43 min | 2 years ago

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"Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. Okay, News Center. Summer in the city are forecast is coming up. The state Board of Education will not make it mandatory for public school students to wear masks to slow the spread of Corona virus. When they returned to school this fall, State school Superintendent Joy Hoffmeister calls that very disappointing. We are headed To a spike. There will be more and more and more cases. The board yesterday approved color coded guidelines for schools to follow based on the number of covert 19 cases in each county, but voted to make the guidelines optional. A majority of board members said local school districts should have the final say. State health officials say Oklahoma has 737 new cases of Govan 19 bringing the total number of cases in Oklahoma to 28,800 to 607 or in the hospital, and the death toll now stands at 477. President Trump in an interview on Fox's Hannity talking about the impact of the Corona virus pandemic on the US, we have to get our country back. We have to get rid of this horrible plague that hit us. And it hit us hard, but it didn't it just us It hits the whole world. Shown the whole world was hit. China allowed it to escape to Europe and to the whole world, including us. The numbers have confirmed Corona virus cases in the country has passed for 1,000,000 while the country has recorded more than 143,000 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. U. S census officials reporting lower response rates in Oklahoma, the Census Bureau says they're currently is and 56.8% response rate in the state, compared to a final rate of 62.3% in 2010. The deadline to complete this year's census is October 30 1st Senate President Pro TEM Greg treats as redistricting will be one of the most important issues that the Legislature will take up next year, he says. The Senate will take steps to ensure the general public's role in the process every 10 years after receiving census numbers. Lawmakers redraw legislative and congressional boundaries in Oklahoma Street says the Senate is committed to an open and transparent process that includes public hearings and Public input Congress, setting up a potential showdown with a president over a defense spending Billa's We hear from Steve Rappaport, despite a veto threat from President Trump the Yays or 86 the Naser 14 the Senate easily approving a national defense authorization bill, which includes a commission to come up with a plan to change Confederate name basis. A separate $740 billion measure, also approved by the House calls for re naming them outright. President Trump on Twitter, blasting the Senate provisions as the Elizabeth Pocahontas Warren Amendment, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Fox News, urging the president.

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Bringing the total number of cases in Oklahoma to 28,800 to 607 are in the hospital. The Health Department says three more people have died, bringing the death toll up to 477. President Trump in an interview on Fox's Hannity talking about the impact of the Corona virus pandemic on the US, we have to get our country back. We have to get rid of this horrible plague that hit us. It hit us hard, but it didn't it just us that hits the whole world showing the whole world was hit. China allowed it to escape to Europe and to the whole world, including us. The number of confirmed Corona virus cases in the U. S. Has passed four million, while the country has recorded more than 143,000 deaths. US. Census officials are reporting lower response rates in Oklahoma. The Census Bureau says there is currently a 56.8% response rate in the state, compared to our final rate of 62.3% in 2010. The deadline to complete this year's census is October 30 1st Senate President Pro TEM Greg Treat says redistricting will be one of the most important issues considered by the Legislature next year. And he says The Senate will take steps to ensure the general public role in the process every 10 years after receiving census numbers. Lawmakers redraw legislative and congressional boundaries in Oklahoma Congress, setting up a potential showdown with President Trump over a defense spending bill here, Steve Rappaport, despite a veto threat from President Trump the Yays or 86 the Naser 14 the Senate easily approving a national defense authorization.

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02:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Sixty home runs today in nineteen fifty four Roger Bannister of Great Britain at age twenty five becomes the first person to run a mile in under four minutes but the time of three fifty nine oh four it's now the standard of all male professional middle distance runners but at one time it was thought to be impossible to accomplish a four minute mile and today just last year and twenty nineteen Pablo Sandoval of the giants becomes the second Major League Baseball player since nineteen hundred to throw a scoreless outing hit a home run and steal a base in the same game the giants lost to Cincinnati twelve to four now you know today in sports history I heart radio that's brought business activity to a near standstill ADP reported private payrolls fell by twenty point two million from a month earlier that was a little better than what analysts were expecting the government's labor department issues its report on Friday expected to show a record twenty one million decline in total non farm payrolls with the jobless rate a surging to sixteen percent more than half of workers at some American meat plants have tested positive for the corona virus as some of the plants begin to restart operations employees are still out sick keeping production slow even as some facilities reopen and grocers are rationing supplies Wall Street looks headed for a higher open this morning Dow futures up about a hundred and five points before the opening bell Gina survey Bloomberg radio XXY FM ninety six one eight Oklahoma City the latest on the state budget good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the cage you can use it a beautiful day shaping up our forecast is coming up the state Senate yesterday passed a budget bill for the next fiscal year as we hear from Marco Marino the budget calls for cutting state agencies about four percent to help deal with the one point three billion dollar budget shortfall Democrat JJ Dossett of Owasso is a retired teacher who says it's not time to pull back education funding these are tough times I don't think there's a time you can retreat in education funding that's an investment that does that is the future of your state Senate president pro tem Greg treat says the budget absolutely prioritizes public education and health care and protects other core services both the state house and Senate voted yesterday to extend governor states emergency powers to respond to the covert nineteen pandemic another thirty days but only if he explains within forty eight hours what actions he's taken in the last thirty days democratic representative Colin walkie of Oklahoma City says the whole thing doesn't make sense in what world would we permit somebody to have such court launch of surety of spending like fifty million dollars at their discretion.

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03:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Nineteen recoveries in Oklahoma in the thousands good morning I'm Jacquelyn sky on the cake you can use it this is Oklahoma's first nearest partly cloudy and warm today our forecast is coming up the city health department reports that while the total covert nineteen cases stands at thirty two hundred fifty three two thousand one hundred thirty nine of them have recovered the health department says a total of one hundred ninety five people have died including one died yesterday governor Kevin state wants president Donald Trump to declare the covert nineteen pandemic an act of god so the oil and gas industry can get paid the governor tweeted over the weekend that he has sent the president a letter with his request it says the declaration would let the government provide aid to help the oil and gas industry and protect the environment they're pro tem Greg treat says it hasn't been decided when to re open the state capital there's usually elected members my colleagues in the Senate but we also have a ton of nonpartisan staff the ETS and I have a duty as their employer to make sure that their their health is protected as well I take that seriously so we will be consulting with health experts as we make those determinations the capital has been closed to the general public since March sixteenth you interim president Joseph Harris says the university of Oklahoma will return to in person classes on all three campuses this fall pieces flexibility will be essential and he says the university will take safety precautions to mitigate risks from the Kitty okay weather center on the forlorn stormteam partly cloudy today we're going to head to the low eighties for highs tonight will drop to the low sixties tomorrow will be mostly sunny with highs in the mid eighties 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 radio one thousand Katie okay news radio one thousand J. T. okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com the United Way of the national capital area presents do more twenty four Tuesday may fifth do more twenty four is the region's largest online giving day this year the United Way NCA is sinking up to more twenty four efforts with giving Tuesday now a global movement of generosity local nonprofits need our help more than ever now to help us mobilize the giving spirit here in the DMV during this global day of giving visit do more twenty four dot org from midnight to midnight Tuesday may fifth visit do more twenty four dot org right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down the whole market you need answers and that's why you should call the area's real estate authorities Serra and Debbie Reynolds the Reynolds team with Keller Williams realty just one five minute call with the rental team will empower you to learn and get options on what will work best for your situation the Reynolds team have a proven and trusted track record spanning thirty years yes the Wall Street journal named cerra and Debbie one of the top real estate teams in the country yes they get their sellers top dollar and yes the rental team will guarantee to sell your home at list price or they'll pay the difference don't risk losing your home's equity get your questions answered by real estate experts the Reynolds team at eight hundred nine three zero eleven ninety seven eight hundred nine three zero eleven ninety seven and online at Debbie has the buyers dot com you check things all the time like your email every ten seconds or your ex's Instagram but what about checking something as important as your credit.

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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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02:11 min | 2 years ago

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"We like to thank our listeners for downloading our inaugural podcast today look for the next episode to draw next Monday February. The twenty fourth where. We'll talk about Senate bill. Seventeen eighty senate president pro tem. Greg treats legislation to sunset the Merit Protection Commission. If you're interested in sponsoring our work here to keep observer cast going please contact us at four zero five four seven eight eight seven zero zero or email arnold at a Hamilton at up okay. Observer DOT ORG. That's A. H. A. M. I. L. T. O. N. At O. K. O. B. S. T. R. V. E. R. Dot Org. No you'll be reaching a highly engaged information Hungary audience through your sponsorship. Please subscribe to our podcast as well share on social media if you like what you hear and help us keep the proverbial lights on here for our podcast. We also WANNA thank governor. David Walters former state Senator Cal Hobson and minority leader representative. Emily Virgin for sitting down with us and lending their insight to us. Also thanks to the Pioneer Library system and the good folks who helped us out at the makers lab at the sparkling new Norman Central Library. Where portions of this episode were recorded and finally they music you're hearing is by Oklahoma artists. Jared Day a fellow resident of Norman. His latest album bully pulpit is available for purchase and he's playing at Hollywood corners and March. Learn more at Jared. Deck MUSIC DOT COM OBSERVER CAST IS POWERED BY THE OKLAHOMA OBSERVER. Democracy Foundation striving to help create a better more informed Oklahoma to support the foundation. Please visit okay. Observer DOT ORG and. Click on the donate button. Also we'd like to offer a special dollar ninety nine a month digital subscription to the observer itself for those who sign up and subscribe to our podcast that sixty percent off the regular one year digital only cost forty dollars the dollar ninety nine per month costs will go up to three ninety nine after the first year which is still a low rate for the high quality content that only the Observer can provide. Thank you for joining us this week for the first episode of observer cast..

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02:53 min | 3 years ago

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"The legislature if voters approve the petition it would create a citizen led commission that supporters say would ensure district lines are drawn in the best interest of the people the coalition is hoping for a vote next November Oklahoma congressman Tom Cole says we can all rest easier knowing one of the worst perpetrators of terror has lost his influence Frank and reports after the announcement for president trump of the leader of ISIS had been killed in the U. S. military operation in Syria congressman Cole said he was pleased to hear about the raid he says we should all be proud and grateful of the courage and skill of US special forces in carrying out such a bold mission wait while Oklahoma congressman Kevin Hearn called it a great day for America he says Abu Bakar al Baghdadi was one of the worst deadliest terrorist and most wanted men Oklahoma congressman mark Wayne mall and says he wants his constituents to be informed about the impeachment process Beth Myers reports Obama congressman mark lane Mullen says the impeachment inquire is happening behind closed doors and the American people are being left in the dark he says he will hold for impeachment updates to keep his constituents informed the first will be Friday in Miami the others will be next week in Muskogee Shoto and a rant he says the updates will give his constituents a chance to hear what has happened so far to learn about the process moving forward and ask questions about the Enquirer a state Attorney General Mike hunter met with tribal officials in Shawnee yesterday to begin discussions over gaming compacts he says it was the first of a series of meetings they hope to have while discussing the Oklahoman gaming compacts he says it's vastly important that they work together through the process no matter how complex the negotiations may be and he says the state is committed to a positive out com that is mutually beneficial governor Kevin state Senate president pro tem Greg treat and house speaker Charles McCall filed a brief yesterday telling Cleveland county district judge that ball when the drug maker Johnson Johnson should be responsible for the added payments if more money is needed to fully fix the problem Bachmann ordered the company in August to pay the state five hundred seventy two million dollars and said it was to cover one year of an abatement plan during the trial witnesses for the state testified it will take at least twenty years to abate the state's opioid crisis a seventy year old Oklahoma City man shot in the knee during a robbery at his home in early August has died and his death has been ruled a homicide police say John Heimer was awakened by intruders in his home he fought with one of the intruders and was shot in the knee the intruders fled the scene Heimer was treated at the hospital but then developed a wound infection he died over the weekend police say there have been no arrests in the.

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03:16 min | 3 years ago

"greg treat" Discussed on KTOK

"State and tribal leaders meet in Shawnee here's Beth Myers state Attorney General my counter says he's meeting Monday with tribal leaders in Shawnee was the first of a series of meetings they hope to have while discussing tribal gaming compacts he says the state is committed to a positive outcome that is mutually beneficial and he says it is the state's belief that differences can be resolved quickly and in a way that achieves shared goals governor Kevin state says the gaming compacts expire on January first and he wants to renegotiate for the tribes to pay more for gaming rights the tribes though contend the current rates will automatically renew if there is no agreement it was a star but it may not be enough Jim Forsyth explains it August Cleveland county district judge fat bald been ordered opioid maker Johnson and Johnson to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to help clean up Oklahoma's opioid crisis now governor Kevin state Senate president pro tem Greg treat and house speaker Charles McCall filed a brief yesterday telling balk when the company should be responsible for additional payments of more money is needed to fully fix the problem Bachmann said in his verdict the five hundred seventy two million dollars was to cover one year of an abatement plan during the trial witnesses for the state testified it will take at least twenty years to abate the state's opioid crisis Oklahoma county district judge Kendra Coleman charged with failing to file a state income tax return prosecutors say Coleman intentionally invaded paying her twenty seventeen state taxes she filed her twenty seventeen state tax return this past September twelfth the charge filed yesterday alleges Coleman failed to file the return on time Oklahoma congressman Tom Cole says we can all rest easier knowing one of the worst perpetrators of terror has lost his influence Brian get reports after the end for president trump of the leader of ISIS had been killed in the US military operation in Syria congressman Cole said he was pleased to hear about the raid he says we should all be proud and grateful of the courage and skill of US special forces in carrying out such a bold mission wait while Oklahoma congressman Kevin Hearn called it a great day for America he says Abu Bakar al Baghdadi was one of the worst deadliest terrorist and most wanted men former state senator Roger Ballenger of both monkey has died make a bishop reports Salinger and served in the state Senate from two thousand six to twenty fourteen then to the job as the city manager in Okmulgee he was sixty nine years old it's being reported he died after a battle with melanoma Senate president pro tem Greg treats said Ballenger was a great intellect and was a skilled lawmaker and that they serve the people of his district and the state with pride Oklahoma city's latest homicide victim is a seventy year old man who was shot in the knee during a robbery at his home in early August police say John Heimer was awakened by intruders in his home one intruder had a gun and he fought with the armed suspect and was shot in the knee the intruders fled the scene Heimer was treated at a hospital but then developed a wound infection and died on Saturday his death has been ruled a homicide no arrests have been.

"greg treat" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"greg treat" Discussed on KTOK

"Is Oklahoma's first news cold and wet today our forecast is coming up state and tribal leaders meet in Shawnee here's Beth Myers state Attorney General my counter says he's meeting Monday with tribal leaders in Shawnee was the first of a series of meetings they hope to have while discussing tribal gaming compacts he says the state is committed to a positive outcome that is mutually beneficial and he says it is the state's belief that differences can be resolved quickly and in a way that achieves shared goals governor Kevin state says the gaming compacts expire on January first and he wants to renegotiate for the tribes to pay more for gaming rights the tribes though contend the current rates will automatically renew if there is no agreement it was a start but it may not be enough Jim Forsyth explains it August Cleveland county district judge fat bald been ordered opioid maker Johnson and Johnson to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to help clean up Oklahoma's opioid crisis now governor Kevin state Senate president pro tem Greg treat and house speaker Charles McCall filed a brief yesterday telling balk when the company should be responsible for additional payments of more money is needed to fully fix the problem Bachmann said in his verdict the five hundred seventy two million dollars was to cover one year of an abatement plan during the trial witnesses for the state testified it will take at least twenty years to abate the state's opioid crisis Oklahoma county district judge Kendra Coleman charged with failing to file a state income tax return prosecutors say Coleman intentionally evaded paying her twenty seventeen state taxes she filed her twenty seventeen state tax return this past September twelfth the charge filed yesterday alleges Coleman failed to file the return on time Oklahoma congressman Tom Cole says we can all rest easier knowing one of the worst perpetrators of terror has lost his influence prying get reports after the you know for president trump of the leader of ISIS had been killed in the US military operation in Syria congressman Cole said he was pleased to hear about the raid he says we should all be proud and grateful of the courage and skill of US special forces in carrying out such a bold mission made while Oklahoma congressman Kevin Hearn called it a great day for America he says Abu Bakar al Baghdadi was one of the worst deadliest terrorist and most wanted men former state senator Roger Ballenger of both monkey has died make a bishop reports Salinger and served in the state Senate from two thousand six to twenty fourteen then took a job as the city manager in Okmulgee he was sixty nine years old it's being reported he died after a battle with melanoma Senate president pro tem Greg treats said Ballenger was a great intellect and was a skilled lawmaker and that he served the people of his district and the state with pride Oklahoma city's latest homicide victim is a seventy year old man who was shot in the knee during a robbery at his home in early August police say John Heimer was awakened by intruders in his home one intruder had a gun and he fought with the armed suspect and was shot in the knee the intruders fled the scene hi amber was treated at a hospital but then developed a wound infection and died on Saturday his death has been ruled a homicide no arrests have been.