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03:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Lives matter good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the geeky okay center and this is Oklahoma's first news hot and then some are forecast is coming up the director of the black lives matter Oklahoma City chapter since Oklahoma City police chief Wade Corley is lack of leadership resulted in aggressive actions by police over the weekend or peaceful protesters the Reverend T. Shourie Dickerson says Gorley should resign it was a totally peaceful protests people are raising their voices and the actual Oklahoma City police department meet some of the offices were the ones that escalated the situation there was no call out any continue to escalate all throughout the night her group has released a list of demands that included an apology from Oklahoma City mayor David Holt reinstating a citizen's complaint review board for the Oklahoma City police department and the release of death row inmate Julius Jones by governor Kevin Stitt president trump says he wants to get tough on writing as we hear from Jill NATO president trump has slammed several governors for what he says is a weak response to protests that have rocked so many cities for the past week he's urging them to crack down or else I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them soon after the president and some advisors were photographed walking to a church that it suffered fire damage when a protester in violent but before he took that walk demonstrate feel were cleared out with tear gas house judiciary chair Jerry Nadler issued a statement complaining the president have allowed tear gas to be fired on peaceful protesters so he could walk across the street for a photo op Oklahoma employment security commission interim director Shelley Zumwalt says in her first three days on the job the agency has been able to process twenty nine percent of backlogged claims for jobless benefits this means that for the first time in four six maybe even eight weeks some people have the ability to file for multiple back weeks of pay that they previously had not been able to file for she says without bold action it would have taken until twenty twenty two to tackle the backlog plane she says she's making other changes that include removing confusing questions from the agency's website and adding a words to keep users better informed she's also adding more cure to agents to tier one to resolve claims more quickly a milestone for the yes on eight oh five campaign on Monday the campaign delivered more than two hundred sixty thousand signatures to the Oklahoma secretary of state's office to get the proposed was a question on the ballot in November Chris Steele is with Oklahomans for criminal justice reform this issue stay question eight oh five is about how to safely reducing our state's prison population is about strengthening families helping individuals reach their full potential in life and ultimately making better use of our state's resource the state question would end the practice of sentence enhancements for non violent offenses the campaign only needs about one hundred seventy nine thousand signatures to qualify for the ballot tyre king star Joe exotic dealt another.

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02:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the geeky okay new center this is Oklahoma's first news hot and then some are forecast is coming up the director of the black lives matter Oklahoma City chapter says Oklahoma City police chief Wade Corley is lack of leadership resulted in aggressive actions by police over the weekend or peaceful protesters the Reverend T. Shuri Dickerson says Gorley should resign it was a totally peaceful protests people are raising their voices and the actual Oklahoma City police department meet some of the offices were the ones that escalated the situation there was no call out any continue to escalate all throughout the night for group has released a list of demands that included an apology from Oklahoma City mayor David Holt reinstating a citizen's complaint review board for the Oklahoma City police department and the release of death row inmate Julius Jones by governor Kevin Stitt president trump says he wants to get tough on writing as we hear from Jill NATO president trump has slammed several governors for what he says is a weak response to protests that have rocked so many cities for the past week he's urging them to crack down or else I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them soon after the president and some advisors were photographed walking to a church that had suffered fire damage when a protester in violent but before he took that walk demonstrate feel were cleared out with tear gas house judiciary chair Jerry Nadler issued a statement complaining the president have allowed tear gas to be fired on peaceful protesters so he could walk across the street for a photo op Oklahoma employment security commission interim director Shelley Zumwalt says in her first three days on the job the agency has been able to process twenty nine percent a backlog claims for jobless benefits this means that for the first time in four six maybe even eight weeks some people have the ability to file for multiple back weeks of pay and that they previously had not been able to file for she says without bold action it would have taken until twenty twenty two to tackle the backlog claim she says she's making other changes that include removing confusing questions from the agency's website and adding a words to keep users better informed she's also adding more tier two agents to tier one to resolve claims more quickly a milestone for the yes on eight oh five campaign on Monday the campaign delivered more than two hundred sixty thousand signatures to the Oklahoma secretary of state's office to get the proposed was a question on the ballot in November Chris Steele is with.

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03:29 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"President trump good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott and Katie okay news center today will be a warm April day our forecast is coming up governor Kevin Stitt sends a special request to the president asking for an act of god declaration Megan bishop tells us why the governor posted a letter on social media over the weekend asking president trump to make the declaration so that the oil and gas industry can receive aid still says the declaration would protect operators from quote being taken advantage of if they choose to temporarily stop production the governor is defending plans to reopen businesses saying there are signs pointing in the right direction and that he believes it's time for a measured re opening he says go over nineteen hospitalizations have declined in Oklahoma barber shops and hair salons in cities without stricter restrictions were among businesses allowed to reopen Friday under health and social distancing guidelines churches and restaurants are among those being allowed to re open this coming Friday the state health department reports that while the total covert nineteen cases stands at thirty two two hundred fifty three twenty one hundred thirty nine of them have recovered the health department says a total of one hundred ninety five people have died including one who died yesterday one of the big questions concerning the corona virus pandemic is the long term future of the economy once it does re open many expect Congress to pass another stimulus package in addition to the four already signed into law on ABC's this week White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett talked about what will come next and expressed extreme concern over how many people have lost jobs due to the pandemic this is the biggest negative shock that our economy I think has ever seen we're gonna be looking at an unemployment rate that approaches rates that we saw during the Great Depression that during the Great Recession remember that was a financial crisis around two thousand eight the that we lost eight point seven million jobs in the whole thing right now we're losing that many jobs about every ten days twenty six and a half million people have filed first time unemployment claims nationwide in the last five weeks the relief bills thus far have totaled well over two trillion dollars should voting restriction to be eased in Oklahoma because of covert nineteen here's Beth Myers the league of women voters in Oklahoma is asking the state Supreme Court to intervene in state election procedures to make it easier for residents to vote by absentee ballot a brief filed on Thursday cites fears by some voters of contracting the corona virus if they go to the polls on June thirtieth when the issue of Medicaid expansion is on the ballot the league wants the Supreme Court to allow absentee voters to submit a signed statement with their ballots rather than requiring the balance be notarized the Oklahoma City VA hospital has received approval to participate in this study to use plasma from recovered covert nineteen patients to treat those currently fighting the virus officials say it's an emergency study sponsored by the Mayo Clinic and could help patients struggling to survive from the key to your weather center and warn storm team a beautiful day ahead partly cloudy high of two will drop back to the low sixties tonight tomorrow will be mostly sunny with a high in the mid eighties we could see some storms starting mid afternoon tomorrow our low tomorrow night right around fifty five.

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03:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Spike but not the peak good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Kitty okay new center and this is Oklahoma's first news feeling like spring today but it'll feel like winter tomorrow our forecast is coming up coronavirus cases numbers in Oklahoma zoom here's Megan Fisher the state health department says there are now seven hundred nineteen confirmed positive cases of the coded nineteen virus in the state another seven people have died that makes a total of thirty deaths in the state of Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt is lifting the restrictions on coronavirus testing in Oklahoma eighty one with symptoms of covert nineteen for those who have come in contact with someone with cove it needs to be tested this week he says thirteen mobile test sites will be operating statewide by the end of the week the governor is also extending his executive order closing nonessential businesses all seventy seven Oklahoma counties president trump is not an act of the National stay at home order but now he's getting help responding to the coronavirus from an unlikely source here's Griff Jenkins thirty six states the district of Columbia have some form of a state and warder Florida Georgia and Pennsylvania is the latest to join them among the top ten states the highest number of cases all of the issued orders their governors are calling for others to follow suit but the president is resisting issuing a national work for the president is open to another call that's one from my present job by news been critical of the president's handling of the pandemic the president telling reporters he would vote actually take his call Biden's team responded after that date our teams will be in touch and we'll arrange a call no word on when that will take place meanwhile another critic of the president who led the impeachment inquiry congressman Adam Schiff now calling for a nine eleven style commission to review the administration's actions in handling of the crisis the state board of equalization will meet next weekend Senate Appropriations Committee chairman Roger Thompson says it will likely declare a revenue failure for the current fiscal year with plummeting oil prices and dwindling tax collections affecting the state budget Thompson says state revenue collections are expected to fall about two hundred twenty million dollars shorter projections for the current fiscal year and four hundred fourteen million dollars for the next fiscal year the state currently has about one billion dollars in savings from the POK weather center storm team enjoyed a day at least for the temperatures will be mostly cloudy but will have a high in the low seventies will drop to the low forties tonight and tonight also brings us the chance of scattered storms mostly overnight tomorrow will be partly cloudy but it will be sharply colder with highs only in the mid forties 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 newsradio one thousand Katie 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 right now there is a lot to consider when.

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"In part of the metro good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center this is Oklahoma's first news hold on today it's going to be windy our forecast is coming up for the first time some liquor stores were open on Sunday yesterday this coming after voters in seven counties are proof that this past Tuesday liquor stores are now allowed but not required to be open from noon until midnight on Sundays in Oklahoma Cleveland creek kingfisher Muskogee Tulsa and Washington County our home and several structures in Langston destroyed by fire over the weekend winds are blamed for the fire spread we have conditions like this all this from a bit on edge and course needlework longer kind of played out here with the fire like it is that's what got three fire chief Erik Harlow tells news four one firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion the fire's cause is under investigation wildfires forced the evacuation of the town of beaver and organ in the panhandle over the weekend firefighters from Oklahoma and Texas panhandles battle Saturday's blaze that spread across an estimated twenty nine thousand acres over fourteen miles what sparked the wildfire is under investigation no injuries were reported police say a man and a woman were wounded in a shooting in the parking lot outside a Walmart in Lawton it happened Saturday night they are expected to recover several others were treated at the scene for minor injuries they received when the wounded man struck several vehicles as he tried to drive away from the shooting suspect fled and police are seeking a person for questioning from the Kiki okay weather center warn storm team clearing skies this afternoon and it will be windy with temperatures topping out in the mid to upper sixties and will drop back to the upper thirties tonight for more news listen to the daily diet the big news stories explain not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Jacquelyn Scott news radio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios or service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com Browning in debt you can't afford do not let the credit card companies trick you into thinking that you have to pay it all back because you don't what the credit card companies don't want you to know is that there's actually a way to get debt free without paying off your entire debt or going bankrupt if you have ten thousand dollars or more in credit card debt you now have the right to let us settle that debt for a fraction.

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03:30 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"More connotations good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Kitty okay you said this is Oklahoma's first news winter making a return to the metro our forecast is coming up governor Kevin stood is commuted the sentences of one hundred forty seven people in prison for simple drug possession charges that would not be fellowship brought today making bishop report the governor signed papers on Friday to commute the sentences of one hundred nineteen people to time served in another twenty eight sentences two one year the governor's made reducing Oklahoma's highest in the nation incarceration rate a top priority parties coming patients are the latest under the law that retroactively applied misdemeanor sentences for simple drug possession and low level property crimes last year the state released more than four hundred and fifty people in the largest single day mass commutation in U. S. history good news and bad news about state revenue here's Michael for first the bad news tax revenue from oil and gas production in Oklahoma was down by nearly twelve percent last month but the good news state treasurer Randy McDaniel says the tax on out of state sales including online purchases for the record high in January at eighty three million dollars that's still he says mostly the holiday sales in December plenty of political swipes during the ninety second annual Academy Awards here's Michelle Pelino by not going with the host politics is still a major player on the off your face on ABC Chris rock and Steve Martin poke fun at the I. what the ball go when they open the program a couple of years ago there was a big disaster here at the office when they accidentally read out the wrong name guarantee that this will not happen this year because the economy is with the new Iowa caucus after the first section homebrew supporting role once upon a time in Hollywood out of GOP run send it to me only have forty five seconds appear which is forty five seconds for the Senate gave John Bolton this week backstage attitudes comment by saying I was really disappointed with this week charges filed against a suspect in last Monday's crash in more money or two for sleep on county district attorney Greg Mashburn says the man who crashed his pick up truck into a group of more high school students killing two and injuring five others had been drinking for several hours before the accident he was working in the Skokie had left there after he got off work about two o'clock that morning it's our obligations this point that he spent the rest of day drinking Mashburn says fifty seven year old Max Townson of total was traveling about seventy miles per hour when he plowed his pick up truck into the students and he said there was no sign of town to the plight is breaks or slow down Mashburn filed charges against Townson including manslaughter and do you why March twenty sixth preliminary hearing is set for a campus man charged in the nineteen ninety nine decibel Welsh couple and the disappearance and presumed dead for their teenage daughter and her friend sixty eight year old running you sick is charged with killing Danny Freeman Cathy Freeman sixteen year old actually Freeman and sixteen year old Laura Bible music has denied any involvement or or knowledge about the case the bodies of daily and Cathy Freeman were found in the burned rubble of their mobile home the two girls have never been okay weather center and store it'll be Hey we haven't chance of.

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03:43 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"River recovering after being hit good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Kitty okay you center this is Oklahoma's first new year's another cold day but the beginning of a warm up our forecast is coming up at Oklahoma highway patrol trooper is recovering after being hit by a vehicle last night make a bishop reports H. pieces the trooper was working a crash on I. forty near sooner road he was out of his vehicle with another car spun out and hit him highway patrol captain Paul Simons it's really tough love the most stuff like that just hope for the best I really hate to see this happen the anybody but particularly feet let's go you walk around the trooper was taken to the hospital with both head and leg injuries but HP says the injuries are not life threatening authorities are investigating the death of a father allegedly shot by his son in Midwest city it happened yesterday the twenty one hundred block of Spencer wrote the victim was fifty seven year old Karl Marx police arrested twenty five year old Kurdish rains hall Oklahoma democratic congresswoman can report says she's disappointed without the Senate approach president trump to teach my trial but they'll the president has been acquitted of the two health impeachment charges she says she's committed to bringing both parties together to address issues the country is facing Oklahoma U. S. senator demand off calls the impeachment process of waste of time this whole process is been very painful but at least we are it's over with now well he and senator James Langford voted not guilty in the impeachment charges Oklahoma congressman Kevin Hearn says the long national nightmare is finally over legendary actor Kirk Douglas died yesterday at the age of one oh three one of his more memorable movie role was in the nineteen fifty seven Paramount Pictures film gun fight at the OK corral you know generally the son of a yellow bellied stuff Douglas had a decorated career spanning more than six decades is survived by his wife three children and seven grandchildren a big rally today at the state capitol as we hear from Beth Meyer the state capital will be flooded today with medical marijuana business owners and patients they say they will rally at the capitol to fight to protect their rights under state question seven eighty eight that was passed by Oklahoma voters in June of two thousand eighteen they say more than thirty bills have been filed in the legislature that will greatly impact there in history and they say some of the bills will outright destroy what voters approved Oklahoma's homeless you would be able to apply for voluntary guardianship through the state department of Human Services under a bill that has passed the statehouse Judiciary Committee the connecting futures act is in the house bill twenty nine twenty seven by state representative Chelsea Branham of Oklahoma City also approved by the house Judiciary Committee this week a bill that would remove the statute of limitations for child trafficking and sex crimes against children the provision is in house bill thirty twenty four by Republican state representative Cheryl bush told plus if the bill becomes law it would go into effect in November from the weather center today a highly around thirty seven with a low tonight in the mid twenties tomorrow the warming trend continues partly cloudy skies a high in the mid forties and Saturday partly cloudy and.

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03:17 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"Governor and Medicaid good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Kitty okay you said this is Oklahoma's first news Viewtiful cool Friday ahead our forecast is coming down governor Kevin stood unveiled his long awaited healthcare plan here Seth Meyers in a plan that might end up in a legal challenge governor cab instead announced plans on Thursday to apply for federal block grant money to expand Medicaid the low income working adults in Oklahoma qualify he says there will be stipulations we will seek to establish moderate premiums to prepare members for the responsibility of transitioning to private health insurance coverage and with flexibility we will seek to establish work requirements betting courage Oklahomans to be engaged in activities that advance their personal potential he called the plan sooner care to point Medicaid officials say that states will have to adhere to greater accountability measures under the block grant system to show that they are improving health outcomes for those receiving coverage Oklahomans will vote this year on amending the state constitution to force and Medicaid expansion here's your foresight amber England with the S. on eight oh two campaigns as governor Kevin state's Medicaid expansion plan to use the block grant money for the state sooner care Medicaid program is a tactic to distract the voters and not a serious attempt to deliver care she says Oklahomans can't rest but if you're pressed into any plan that will be tied up in a lengthy court battle and could be dismantled on a whim by politicians this comes as governor Kevin stages unveiled his plan to use the block grant money to cover low income working adults in Oklahoma the Senate concluded a two day question and answer phase of the impeachment trial that's what happened yesterday now what's next today a key vote on whether to hear more testimony from witnesses here's Chad for a total of one hundred eighty questions over two days and now the dye appears to be cast we seem to know where this on a trial is going we don't think that there are the votes to open up the gateway for witness Susan Collins as indicated cheese for what was that broadening Republicans interview Phil has indicated he is for witnesses so if the breakdown of the Senate's fifty three to forty seven that gives you the fifty one with a more healthy the Republican senator from Alaska said he's going to think about it worst case scenario that fifty fifty so a title my room loses and the staff after forty years the so called white ladies now has a name with the help of the DNA go project Oklahoma county sheriff's captain Bob Greene says the woman whose body was found covered in line on the banks of the Canadian river here Jones April of nineteen eighty has been identified as twenty year old amber Tygart of Las Vegas Nevada now as for suspect we have a few people we talked to I can't really comment on homicide investigation it's not a fighter was shot three times at her body was covered in line to speed up the became process but the line actually help preserve her body she was born in California and served in the army and the highway patrol's releasing more information about a woman struck by a vehicle and killed two weeks ago on I thirty five and more investigators initially believe that.

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03:35 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"This nationwide contest coffee two hundred two hundred good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay you center this is Oklahoma's first news sunny and upper forties today our forecast is coming up Oklahoma congressman Frank Lucas is commanding the trump administration for rolling back EPA rules that expanded the role of the federal government under the clean water act the new role there the types of water ways to qualify for federal protection Lucas says the new rules will dramatically reduce burdensome regulations currently fell by farmers ranchers small business owners and landowners governor Kevin status instituting a ban on nonessential state funded travel to California make a bishop report the governor says his band is on behalf of Oklahoma's pro life stance state claims California officials have banned the state funded travel to Oklahoma in an effort to politically threaten and intimidate Oklahomans for their personal value the governor's executive order provides an exemption for the Oklahoma department of commerce though so that agency can continue its recruitment efforts to bring more job creators Oklahoma files today Democrats say governor Kevin states decision to ban travel to California is nothing more than an attempt to distract from is bad decision to alienate an attack tribal nations and ask a federal court to shut down the state driving tribal gaming industry house minority leader Emily virgin of Norman and house democratic caucus chair so the muscle of Oklahoma City say it's time for the governor to and what they call this a responsible disagreement with the tribe they're also calling on the government to release his healthcare plan and focus on Oklahoma family okay weather center and a forlorn today we're looking for a high in the upper forties will drop back to freezing thirty two tonight tomorrow will be partly cloudy at high in the mid fifties and we have a slight chance of rain tomorrow night and that'll continue overnight your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edea low team learn more at universal men's clinic dot com may be and you you can start the new year in an old car Greg Norman Oklahoma's number one kia dealer in twenty nineteen will take any trade in any condition running or not and get you into one no okay with up to six thousand dollars plus every new and preowned vehicle includes a lifetime engine warranty worried about your credit don't sweat it Norman if you've got a job at three fifty a week our lenders can get you a pro qualified buyers but zero down and makes zero payments until April twenty twenty zero down and zero being still April twenty twenty don't make a thousand dollar mistake Obama's number one kia dealer in twenty nineteen thirty five Norman five three six four forty four hundred four big red sports dot com example twenty nineteen sold zero down to ninety five per month for sixty months at three point nine maybe are something like a warranty on twenty ten a newer vehicles under a hundred thousand miles expires month and as we start the new year all of us at diamonds direct just want to say thank you two thousand nineteen exceeded all of our expectations as so many people here became not just our customers but our family we thank you for your support your confidence your trust and as we enter twenty twenty we reaffirm our commitment to you to provide.

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04:40 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"Org welcome home the brave the latest on the impeachment trial good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Kitty okay you said this is Oklahoma's first news cold and wet today our forecast is coming up after a late night session over rules house impeachment managers set to make opening arguments in today's session of the impeachment trial of president trump Jerry helper report several attempts from health impeachment managers the wing GOP support for new subpoenas for documents and witness testimony fail in short they would further established president came to use our national defense funds the benefit is personal political campaign Colorado Democrat Jason crow making the case the defense department records about brain a better resolution from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell the latest debate and vote on potential witnesses until later in the trial all of these a member under the resolution could be dealt with at the appropriate time one change both sides will now have twenty four hours to be used over three days to to make opening arguments Oklahoma U. S. senator Jim and all is back in Washington after missing the first day of impeachment trial proceedings last week turns out he was home with his wife who had one in heart described as a mild stroke last week he says she's recovering and suffer no damage in Hoff was back in Washington early yesterday but he traded his front row seat for Colorado Republican senator Cory gardeners desk near the cloak room in case she had to leave suddenly and Hough says he expects to vote for trump of what all of the two articles of impeachment brought by the democratic led house of representatives of four alarm fire in southeast Oklahoma City it happened before dawn at a medical facility here hi to forty answer road fire battalion chief Benny Fulkerson tells news for crews had their hands full from the time they arrive through the roof of the of the structure smoke heavy smokers already blown across side to forty one because the fire is under investigation one person shot to death last night at the south winds apartment to the thirteen city Avenue in more more police sergeant Jeremy Lewis says three people including the suspected shooter were arrested was very very fast when we got here we were we had officers here very quickly so but they were all cooperative and instead police say that three people in custody and the victim all live in the same apartment the twenty year old victim was shot in the neck and was pronounced dead at a hospital police in Phoenix Arizona say the mother of three children found dead on Monday is a twenty two year old woman who had recently moved to Arizona from Friday Rachel Henry was booked into jail on three counts of first degree murder the children were a three year old boy at two year old girl and a seven month old girl police have not said healthy children die it's a very dirty job Oklahoma City crews have started the process of draining and cleaning the mile long bridge town canal Scott Copeland with the Oklahoma City parks and recreation department says workers are up to their ankles in mud and muck it's funny the last time we did it look like the guys worked in an oil field because there's so much going on the bottom they're covered with their mother and then is there was amazing the process will take about two weeks the canal holds three million gallons of water and was last cleaned in January twenty seventeen the representative Jason low Oklahoma City is trying again to repeal the hermit list Kerry gun law in Oklahoma he says the time is right he's filed a bill for the upcoming session to repeal last year's pharmacist Kerry legislation from the Kitty okay weather center and the storm team cloudy today and rainy with a high around forty a low tonight in the upper thirties tomorrow partly cloudy a high in the mid to upper forties your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay on the air and on your iPad that Katie okay dot com newsradio one thousand Katie okay Oklahoma's first use this planet is so gorgeous and so incredibly beautiful that I can't get enough of it I just can't I did nine hundred and fifty miles on the Pacific crest trail and good feet was with me all the way your passions important but if your body aches and if your heel feels like you've got a nail stuck in it and will come out trust me it's gonna wear you down.

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03:31 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"And the focus in the fight against opioids good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott of the cake you can use that are in this is Oklahoma's first news the clouds will determine today's temperatures are forecast is coming up the state of Oklahoma is now going after opioid distributors here's Beth Myers state Attorney General my counter says the lawsuit has been filed in Cleveland county District Court against three leading distributors alleging they supplied massive in on reasonable quantities of opioids to communities throughout Oklahoma our lawsuit will show that these companies poured opioids into communities across the state while ignoring red flags and suspicious orders he says the company is engaged and reckless behavior and need to be held accountable Oklahoma adopts a new electronic tracking system that will let sexual assault survivors monitor the location and status of the rape kids Jim Forsyth reports the system's purpose is to empower survivors with information help law enforcement with investigations and foster transparency and public trust all the survivors and entities that update the system can access the records the Oklahoma state bureau of investigation operates the system which was authorized to legislation passed last year a task force made recommendations in an effort to improve the state's response to sexual assaults there's apparently a deal between Oklahoma lawmakers and insurance companies to stop so called surprise medical building that's when a patient receives a surprise bill from an out of state network physician on an in network facility state representative Marcus McIntyre of Duncan says lawmakers will run a bill this session prohibiting surprise billing he says the big challenge will be to find an agreed to message for insurance companies to compensate out of network providers without hiking premiums or increasing the cost of healthcare tensions are building on Capitol Hill at the start of what is six it to be a big week on impeachment here's Mike Emanuel Arizona Republican congressman eighty Biggs blasted house speaker Nancy Pelosi you covered it up because we had an investigation going on he didn't let the Judiciary Committee participate everything was truncated after arguing it was an urgent matter to impeach president trump before Christmas speaker Bose he's held on to the articles of impeachment for weeks seeking leverage Maryland Democrat senator Ben Cardin told CNN what he wants when the Senate starts its impeachment trial next week a fair trial includes the hearing the witnesses who have direct knowledge of the president's participation with the president of Ukraine and the cover up of potential obstruction of justice with with Congress and that those witnesses need to testify in the Senate arrests have been made in Iran in connection with the shoot down of a commercial plane tray yanks reports Iran's justice chief says his country has made an arrest in the shooting down of the Ukrainian airlines plane last week that killed all hundred and seventy six people on board the announcement was made today on a running in state television that cheap adding that extensive investigative activities have been taken though no specific number was giving regarding the number of arrests that Ukrainian airlines flight was hit by Iran's missile defense system on the same night that the country launched sixteen ballistic missiles into Iraq overnight a runny president Hassan Rouhani called the event a quote unforgivable error although the running government first denied any involvement in the accident meanwhile intekron demonstrations against the government continue today for a fourth day protesters are upset with how the regime initially.

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the cake you can use that this is Oklahoma's first news we have a mild starter Christmas week but a dense fog advisory this morning our forecast is coming up twenty twenty presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren campaigned in Oklahoma yesterday she met privately with native American tribal leaders before speaking to a packed audience at her alma mater northwest class in high school Warren told supporters that she would do something for native Americans if elected close for five Warren released an extensive proposal to address issues of concern to native Americans police say a suspect used a rifle to rob a marijuana dispensary in Oklahoma City shortly before six last night it happened near northwest one hundred twenty second Rockwell police say the suspect handcuff the clerk and shot a rifle into the air Midwest city police are investigating an armed robbery at a dispensary it happened over the weekend at the urban fire near southeast fifteenth and air d'apple the store's owner says three suspects armed with guns burst into the business and fled with marijuana and cash no one was injured one person is in custody after an attack at a fast food restaurant in Norman over the weekend authorities say a man was taken to the hospital with stab wounds investigators say the alleged suspect and the victim knew each other from the KT okay weather center and the four warn storm team fog this morning but it'll be mostly sunny this afternoon and we are under a dense fog advisory until noon we'll get into the low sixties today dropped to the mid thirties tonight your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edea low team learn more at universal men's clinic dot com experiencing pipe leaks in your home in our twenty five years of re piping homes we've seen too many homeowners make the common bandaid mistakes of re routing an isolated area leak sadly this won't solve the core problem of faulty pipes throughout your home the only way to permanently solve for leaks is by re piping your entire home re pipe specialists have perfected the most efficient process re piping an entire home in just one to two days patching your walls and providing a lifetime guarantee re pipe specialists only uses high quality packs or USA great L. copper pipes for a limited time get twenty percent off and zero percent interest for an entire year re pipe specialists the no hassle value priced all inclusive re pipe call today for your free in home estimate tailored for your home at four oh five to six six fifty nine fifty three that's four oh five to six six fifty nine fifty three four oh five to six six fifty nine fifty three guys an important announcement from universal men's clinic and doctor archon this is doctor Arakaki if you're suffering from DD or low chief we're making this guarantee we will improve the medical condition of your D. D. or little TV or.

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KTOK

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"Report good morning and Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay you center this is Oklahoma's first news on my old for December day ahead our forecast is coming up blue related complications have so far killed four people in Oklahoma since flu season started September first the state health departments is one hundred sixty eight people have been hospitalized due to the flu since September first three of the four who died of the flu were over the age of sixty five one death was reported in northwest Oklahoma one in northeastern Oklahoma one east central Oklahoma and one in Tulsa county twenty three new cases were treated last week Oklahoma U. S. senator Jim and Hough says of the house votes to impeach president trump those in the Senate will act as a jury and he says he's not looking forward to that mainly because of all the time it will take something like you know that he is six hours a day six seven days a week is it is it during that time period we really can't get in the door and we have things that need to be done he estimates a trial will take about four weeks he says it likely start in early January an Oklahoma inmate has been charged with taking part in the gang related fights that led to a lockdown of all state prisons earlier this year the fights at six state prisons left one inmate dead and dozens injured a new fire station for Oklahoma City fire station twenty nine is now open man by seven firefighters every ship the two point eight million dollar facility is it eighty four hundred southeast one hundred sixty fourth it's one of the last remaining fire department projects that were part of a two thousand seven general obligation bond approved by Oklahoma City voters and official grand opening ceremony will be held on Monday from the Kiki okay weather center and the four warn storm team mostly sunny today were headed to a high of nearly sixty and will drop back to the mid thirties tonight your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edea low team learn more at universal men's clinic dot com this holiday season with the festival of lights and Watkins regional park starting Friday November twenty ninth festival of lights opens daily from five until nine thirty PM make it a family tradition and enjoy a magical drive their Walken's regional park spot your favorite themes like display from the Wonderful World of oz Santa and his reindeer or even a fifty four foot tree for more info about festival of lights visit P. G. parks dot com that's P. G. parks dot com brought to you by the department of parks and recreation prince George's county it's not.

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Man who killed girlfriend, infant loses final appeal

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Man who killed girlfriend, infant loses final appeal

"Another glow of a death row inmate loses his final appeal Jacquelyn Scott reports yesterday's US Supreme Court decision means forty five year old Oklahoma death row inmate ramen Eugene Johnson is now the twenty fourth death row inmate in Oklahoma is exhausted his appeals Johnson will be eligible for an execution date of Oklahoma resumes executions he was given to death sentences for killing his twenty four year old girlfriend and her seven month old daughter in two thousand seven Oklahoma has not executed inmates since twenty fifteen

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"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center this is Oklahomans first new year's cold and wet today our forecast is coming up and initiative petitions bin file to change the way state legislative and congressional voting districts are redrawn Jim Forsyth reports a coalition called people not politicians is calling for a statewide vote on taking redistricting power away from 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 trying again reports after the announcement 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 Oklahoma congressman mark Wayne Mullins says he wants his constituents to be informed about the impeachment process but Myers reports Oklahoma 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 city turning general Mike hunter met with tribal officials in Shawnee yesterday to begin discussions over gaming compacts he says it was the first a series of meetings they hope to have while discussing the Oklahoma gaming compacts he says it's a vastly important that they work together through the process no matter how complex the negotiations maybe he says the state is committed to a positive outcome that is mutually beneficial governor Kevin step Senate president pro tem Greg treat and house speaker Charles McCall filed a brief yesterday telling Cleveland county district judge fat bald men the drug maker Johnson and Johnson you should be responsible for additional payments of more money is needed to fully fix the problem Bachmann order 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 is 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 hi amber was treated at a hospital but then developed a wound infection he died over the weekend police say there have been no arrests in the case it was a very close call for an Oklahoma highway patrol trooper make a bishop has the story according to reports the trooper was driving in the northeast part of the state Saturday when he hit a deer in the road he suffered a hand injury but the accident caused extensive damage to his patrol car dear are very active this time of year because it's a mating season the highway patrol says be especially cautious while driving at dawn and.

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"Morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay news center and this is Oklahoma's first news sunny and windy today our forecast is coming up an eighty year old Midwest city man remains jailed without bond at the Oklahoma county jail after his arrest October seventh for allegedly shooting and killing his wife because she had dementia and told police he couldn't take care of her any longer Royce Davis has now been charged with first degree murder his wife seventy seven year old Dorothy Davis was shot in the head she was found wounded in bed at the couple's home and died at a hospital Tulsa police say a drug dealing operations been discovered next to a private school Jim Forsyth report police say they found drugs and guns in the home owned by Austin felt near near Saint Catherine's private school investigators say they found methamphetamine digital scales baggies three real guns and a fake gun that looked real officials arrested filter out Cleveland county woman who left a woman she had hit with her car as the victim collected mail from her mailbox sentenced to prison for seven years forty year old misting Miller's car slammed into Shirley Hughes in may twenty eighteen another driver capture the accident on camera as Miller fled the accident left Hughes paralyzed from the neck down after Miller is released from prison she'll serve a ten year suspended sentence and during that time just been twenty four hours in the Cleveland county jail every may twenty first as a reminder of the accident the making strides against breast cancer walk is tomorrow in Tulsa and Oklahoma City cancer survivor Bob mainland says he knew something was wrong but wasn't expecting it to be breast cancer or having to get the big M. as a male when you hear.

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"Morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the case you can use that are in this is Oklahoma's first news rains coming tonight our forecast is coming up OSU president burns Hargis says issue will not be the same without legendary Boone Pickens T. Boone Pickens died yesterday at the age of ninety one Argus says Pickens was the ultimate cow boy and that his mark on the university will last forever football coach Mike Gundy says Pickens was a big part of the team's success and they're thankful for the lasting impact he's had on Oklahoma state Gandy says he'll be missed but his legacy will live on for a long time to come funeral services are pending for civil rights activist in Oklahoma educators Bella parks she died yesterday at age ninety six parks serve the Oklahoma City school district for fifty four years as an educator and school board member parks also receive the Oklahoma in double ACP lifetime achievement award state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says equipping teachers to support students affected by trauma is a priority in Oklahoma through heightened from awareness among our educators we see rich learning environments and increase trust and support between teachers and students from inform instruction is working she testified yesterday before a house subcommittee in Washington DC state Attorney General Mike hunters office says he'll issue a consumer alert today about at home rape kits being sold in the state he also plans to send cease and desist letters to the companies selling the products he says they violate consumer protection.

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"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"jacquelyn scott" Discussed on KTOK

"A new road to get you where you want to go good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott indicate you can use that excessive heat warning today thanks to the heat index our forecast is coming up it's been a long time coming but Oklahoma City Boulevard will open this afternoon it replaces the old interstate forty crosstown expressway a new program could let you scan your driver's license into your cell phone the state's offering a beta version of the program for up to ten thousand people who would be able to use the mobile ID if you get pulled over by police and even to buy alcohol were taking all this data in checking it real time against the system of record when I show you a physical license you might be able to see that it's a X. it still active but you don't know if any of the information on that has changed Matt Thompson is with the company I demi and that's what he told news for the company makes traditional driver's licenses for Oklahoma and says the mobile ID version will be more secure than a physical license the program will be launched in October police and Clinton are investigating the shooting death of an eight year old boy Jim Forsyth reports a child's fatal shooting was most likely accidental officers found the boys Saturday afternoon he'd been shot in the chest investigators say a handgun was found in the bedroom where the boy's body was found the state medical examiner's office will determine the cause and manner of death a fourteen year old ordered to stand trial as an adult in the fatal shooting of a man during a burglary is due back in Oklahoma county District Court September eighteenth for pre trial conference Christopher Joseph get re is being held without bond a school resource officer has identified get re is a member of the lawless twenty seven gang he's charged with first degree murder first degree burglary and conspiracy to commit a felony George Phillips all anger was found shot to death February twelfth in Oklahoma City eighteen your old Kobe William le blanc of king Fisher is charged with first degree murder and first degree burglary and lingers death a fifteen year old defendant is charged with second degree murder and first degree burglary also in a lingers death an opponent of Israel's initial ban on two congresswomen traveling there says the US needs to stand up and speak out against stifling free speech even against an ally more from colonel Scott when Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu barred representatives Ilan Omar and proceeded to leap from visiting at the urge of president trump because of their support of a Palestinian boycott of Israel Democrats spoke up and said others who support the first amendment should two twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate in New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand on ABC's this week our obligation as an ally in as a friend is to hold them accountable when they're wrong and I think any time you are undermining basic free speech rights and human rights recording in the wrong direction house speaker Nancy Pelosi called Netanyahu's initial stance weakness but said the US Israel relationship can withstand it Oklahoma congressman Tom Cole has three town hall meetings on his agenda this week he'll be at the national weather center in Norman tonight and will host a telephone town hall meeting tomorrow night then on Wednesday he'll be at the Canadian valley technology center.

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Senate fails to override Trump vetoes on Saudi weapons sales

Lee Matthews

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Senate fails to override Trump vetoes on Saudi weapons sales

"Washington Saudi Arabia and weapons good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center and this is Oklahoma's first new year's another sunny hot day ahead our forecast is coming up the Senate fails to stop the trump administration from selling weapons to Saudi Arabia and other Gulf allies here's your helper veto override attempt spell well short of the two thirds majority needed the blocked the sale of more than eight billion dollars in weapons and other military assistance to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates without congressional approval several Republicans joined Democrats in the Senate to pass a trio of resolutions disapproving of sales the democratic White House followed suit triggering vetoes from president trump administration has started a strong relationship with Saudi Arabia this tensions rise with rival

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