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01:30 min | 11 months ago

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"Reward mask wearing in schools. State school Superintendent Joy Hofmeister says Cove in 19 is raging in Oklahoma, and she cannot in good conscience support ignoring CDC quarantine guidelines. She did not attend yesterday's news conference where the governor announced the policy change for schools. In fact, Spokesperson says Hoffmeister wasn't invited. Hofmeister later issued a statement saying in person instruction is critical and so is mitigating the spread of the virus, she said. They are not mutually exclusive. Oklahoma's had another 29 covert 19 days. The State Health Department also reports another 2200 new cases more than 1900 people. Remain hospitalized Lieutenant governor met Fidel calls wearing masks during the covert 19 pandemic. The patriotic thing to do, he says, wearing masks protects others. He calls the pandemic, the largest health crisis of the past century and for many generations, and he's also urging Oklahoma's not to relax vigilance and continue to watch hands and maintain social distancing. The House is set to vote on impeachment today. Great Jenkins reports vice president Pence was able to block the 25th amendment attempt, but he won't be able to stop the House from voting. Jim Peach President Trump for a second time in 13 months trigger Pelosi plowing forward, putting pressure on the entire body to vote to impeach and the list of Republicans willing to vote to impeach is growing. At least five.

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

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"To 78 in Game seven. The Boston Celtics Toronto ticket to nothing lead of the defending champion wrappers around too. I'm Dave Anthony, This is Fox News. We'll be wearing masks in Oklahoma City awhile longer. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. Okay. New Center. This is Oklahoma's first news showers and low eighties today are forecast is coming up. The Oklahoma City Council extends the city's mask ordinance stocked over. 20th originally proposed to extend the ordinance to November 30th after Thanksgiving. But Councilman David Greenwell suggested the earlier dates. I think, uh, when we break this down into smaller segments, I think it's gonna be more acceptable, more agreeable by Most of the people. Hopefully, the final vote was 6 to 3. The extension will take effect when the current ordinance expires on September 8 governor Kevin States urging people to use face masks in public, but he says he will not issue a statewide mandate. The governor says data show a decrease in Kobe 19 cases once people start wearing masks, but he says he does not believe in mandating something statewide. The school superintendent Joy Hofmeister says about 75% of Oklahoma's public schools started the school year with in person instruction, but not all were able to remain open, at least 110 of our districts or in person. Have seen positive cases in their schools, and most of these incidents have resulted in disruption of Corentin, she says. Children need schools to be open and the best way for that to happen is for everyone to wear mask Actor and filmmaker Ron Howard's established a scholarship to the University of Oklahoma for rural students who want to study drama. Cowardice from Duncan. The scholarship is named after his parents Ransom G. Howard, who also were actors. They.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Brooke burns masterminds is the name of the show check out your trivia knowledge on news radio one thousand KTLK the twist in the fatal shooting at a marijuana growing operation in Oklahoma City good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott and Katie okay new center and this is Oklahoma's first news sunny and eighties today are forecast is coming up Oklahoma City police say a man was shot and killed early yesterday trying to break into a marijuana grow operation in the eighteen hundred block of south east twenty second street police master sergeant Gary knight says that forty two year old Daniel Hardwick was shot by the business owner thirty three year old with a fracture night tells news four was arrested but not for the shooting up further checking determined that the man did not have a license to grow marijuana and Oklahoma furniture was arrested on a felony complaint of unlawful cultivation of marijuana police say they confiscated four hundred eighty marijuana plants worth about one and a half million dollars the teaching certificate of a Stillwater junior high school social studies teacher who had been an organizer of the twenty eighteen teacher walkout suspended Alberta more John is accused of sending inappropriate messages to a former student the state school board says public schools can't hold classes on Saturday if they want state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says the change will help students who have been struggling since schools were closed because of covert nineteen she says it's only an option another report today is national five twenty nine college savings plan day as we hear from Jeff and also it said that.

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02:22 min | 1 year ago

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"The state school board voted to allow public schools to hold classes on Saturday if they want state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says currently weekend classes don't count for attendance purposes we already know a lot of schools have Saturday school but it is not considered an instructional day students use that time for a variety of things but it is not allowed to be called instruction right now she says the change will help students who've been struggling since schools were closed because of code nineteen she says it's only an option and not a requirement the state health department meets a lofty goal as we hear from Beth Myers so far this month the state health department says it has processed more than one hundred thirteen thousand covert nineteen tests surpass I think its goal of ninety thousand for the month of may governor Kevin Stitt credits teamwork among state agencies and the trust and support he says of Oklahomans he says even with more testing the percentage of positive cases has dropped to a record low of three point eight percent president trump's tweet about Minneapolis Ryan says been flagged day after signing an executive order cracking down on social media Griff Jenkins reports the president was already fed up with Silicon Valley and if you did it escalated this past week when Twitter flag the president's tweet about mail in ballots well overnight Twitter has done it again the president from tweeting about Minnesota here's the flag the flag is this tweet violated the Twitter rules about glorifying violence however Twitter has determined that it may be in the public's interest for the tweet to remain accessible learn more this was the president's tweet he tweeted these dogs are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd and I won't let that happen just spoke to governor Tim Walton told him that the military is with him all the way any difficulty and we will assume control but when the looting starts shooting starts thank you now that executive order the president signed curtails legal protections for social media platforms president trump plans to hold a news briefing today to announce actions against China he did not elaborate during a White House photo op but he noted the US is not happy with China trump has long blamed Beijing for not controlling the situation for making.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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"K. Saturday classes good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott and Katie okay new server and this is Oklahoma's first news sunny warm Friday ahead our forecast is coming up the state school board voted yesterday to let public schools hold classes on Saturdays and for those classes to count towards the required attendance days the school superintendent joy Hofmeister says it's only an option it's not mandatory there could be a need for them if there is I. outbreak in their community or in their school to not have students in class all day and they would be all for on rotating days and this would help provide for them an additional day state law currently doesn't allow weekend classes to count toward the attendance requirement the Saturday option will be allowed starting this fall the teaching certificate of a Stillwater junior high school social studies teacher who had been an organizer of the twenty eighteen teacher walkout suspended the state school board making that decision yesterday Alberto more John is accused of sending inappropriate messages to a former student a man shot dead at the side of an illegal marijuana grow operation in southeast Oklahoma City police say forty two year old Daniel Hardwick tried to break into the business when he was shot and killed by the owner thirty three year old a refresher police say Breker put bass a homicide charge for now he's been arrested on a complaint of unlawful cultivation of marijuana the state health department says it surpassed this month's end goal of nineteen thousand cobiz nineteen tests officials say the health department has tested one hundred thirteen thousand two hundred sixty four patients with the virus since may first.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"joy hofmeister" Discussed on KTOK

"News we'll see some sunshine and cool temps today are forecast is coming up state school superintendent joy Hofmeister calls it welcome news he says the USDA has approved Oklahoma's request for two free meals a day for all students regardless of their parents income she says amid such uncertainty and instability with a corona virus pandemic we should not be asking families or schools to worry over needless red tape president trump says he remains confident the economy will bounce back once the corona virus pandemic in with the greatest economy in the history of our country and I had to go from doing a great job for three years to shouting at them but you know what we're going to build it up we're gonna build up rapidly and I think in the end will be stronger for the president with the comments during the White House correspondents escorts briefing abortion rights groups are challenging governor Kevin states executive order requiring all elective medical procedures be postponed that includes abortion Nancy Northrup with the center for reproductive rights says the governor's order is a cynical attempt to use the current crisis to push an ideological agenda alarming and unacceptable said state long hostile to abortion rights loading the coronavirus prices to ban abortion care the groups filed a lawsuit yesterday in Oklahoma City federal court asking a judge to block the governor's order effective immediately the state health department says the coronavirus death count in Oklahoma is now seventeen.

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02:21 min | 1 year ago

"joy hofmeister" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tennessee whose broadcasting lessons over social media or a second lady Karen pence who prepares packages of art materials and projects for her students to pick up with their school lunches for the principal in Alabama was going online daily living morning announcements leading the pledge of allegiance and a moment of silence and I think of the many schools that have distributed laptops and tablets to students hope who don't have them so they can continue learning over video conference and the ones that just don't have that option currently like the remote Colorado towns joy Hofmeister the school chief in Oklahoma may have put this fast she told me school isn't a building its students teachers and families working together to advance learning she's right and that's our shared mission let me also touch very briefly on how we're supporting students pursuing higher education at the beginning of this outbreak we immediately gave institution institutions of higher education regulatory flexibility so learning to go online and it did in many cases it was a seamless transition and learning continues and we're continuing to cut federal bureaucracy and let schools rise to meet this challenge we vastly improved distance learning policies which are working quickly to enact for hardware working quickly to enact for traditional higher education shorter term programs and apprenticeships also need to grow and thrive and as the president has so effectively championed workers need these options as they look to come back stronger than ever from these momentary setbacks the president promised to defeat this invisible invisible enemy and keep our economy strong he took immediate action and provided student loan relief to tens of millions of borrowers we sat all federally held student loans to zero percent interest rates and deferred payments for sixty days now with the carers act that he signed it just earlier today Mr president those actions will extend to six months we hope these actions and others we've taken for those who become box delinquent on payments or have had other issues with their student loan payments will help alleviate the financial burden and anxiety students and their families are feeling during these tough times these are tough times but we the people are.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"FM ninety six point one Tinker airforce base and he says the person is being treated and evaluated by health care professionals the state health department is reporting two more deaths from corona virus in Oklahoma a man in his seventies and another man in his forties both from Oklahoma county it makes a total of five deaths now from covert nineteen at Oklahoma and the number of positive cases has jumped to one hundred sixty four up from one hundred nine on Tuesday meeting virtual lady earlier today because of the corona virus the state board of education voted unanimously to keep public school buildings closed for the rest of the school year and to require districts to begin some form of distance learning state school superintendent joy Hofmeister warrants it's not likely to be short term but I do want people to remember it is temporary it is not permanent and in that it is also one hundred percent worth the struggle she says learning must.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Of the semester will look a lot different for Oklahoma public school students I Beth Myers and the news radio one thousand Katie okay news center the state board of education voted today to keep school buildings closed and require districts to come up with some form of distance learning state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says that means no public senior graduation ceremonies but she says it can't be helped going to be different and we recognize that and there's not a way around that right now she says districts won't be allowed to just cancel school for the rest of the semester she says learning must continue the board held a virtual meeting earlier today more cases and more deaths in Oklahoma from corona virus here's Marco marrano there've been two more corona virus deaths in Oklahoma both in Oklahoma county that makes a total of five deaths so far from covert nineteen the state health department says the number of confirmed cases in Oklahoma is up to one hundred sixty four new counties with cases include a dare Brian Carter creek Delaware Osage Pottawatomie and Stephens counties in career force bases confirming its first case of corona virus and officials say that person is being treated and evaluated by health care professionals in the U. S. Senate leaders say that they will pass the biggest economic stimulus package and U. S. history later today at two trillion dollars from the KTLK weather center heated by hill and company your train comfort specialist it's hard to top the hill sunny today with a high of eighty hello tonight in the mid fifties and then warmer on Thursday with a high of eighty seven we have a slight chance of rain on Friday with.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"A plan for schools across the state amid the corona virus crisis good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott and Katie okay new center we've had a gloomy start to our day but it should give way to sunshine today our forecast is coming up state school superintendent joy Hofmeister is recommending that school buildings not re open for the rest of the school year as we hear from Beth Myers state school superintendent joy Hofmeister is proposing that beginning April six school districts provide distance learning for the rest of the school year how that learning will happen will depend on the capacity and needs of each district according to Hofmeister she says she has faith in the commitment innovation and creativity of Oklahoma educators and administrators the state board of education will vote on her recommendation on Wednesday Hofmeister says we must do absolutely everything in our power to reduce transmission of coronavirus the proposed two trillion dollar coronavirus relief bill in the Senate is faltering but as Kevin Corke tells us the trump administration's lead negotiator is offering some optimism listen it's got to be encouraging when you hear the treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin say yeah I think we're very close to a deal that would be following hours of intense negotiations over on the hill with the Senate minority leader that will be Chuck Schumer of New York that over the fate of the corona virus stimulus package part of the problem being that Democrats have a pretty significant wishlist and we're talking about billions for things that don't have anything to do with corona virus like expanded tax credits for wind and solar power increased leverage for labor unions same day voter registration reduction and airline carbon emissions diversity requirements for companies that receive federal aid with the Senate stimulus bill stalled house Democrats are unveiling an alternative proposal Jared Halpern reports third coronavirus responsible from house speaker Nancy Pelosi would offer direct payments to some taxpayers up to fifteen hundred dollars for individuals.

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02:28 min | 1 year ago

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"Our forecast is coming up the state health department says Oklahoma now has ten confirmed cases of covert nineteen three are in Tulsa county to are in Oklahoma county and Canadian Cleveland Jackson campaign counties each have one the health department says the patients range in age from twenty to sixty nine with six of them older than fifty officials are still waiting for test results for at least twenty nine others the Oklahoma medical research foundation says a drug originally developed to fight malaria is showing promise to fight the covert nineteen corona virus there is currently no vaccine for corona virus the drug under testing changes the PH ed has been effective in treating autoimmune diseases like lupus state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says it was not as simple decision to make the state board of education yesterday approved a recommendation to close all public schools in Oklahoma until at least April sixth that's two weeks after spring break there are hurdles as we as an agency will and will address so that schools can remain closed for as long as is needed to protect the health and well being of our children our students are teachers who serve them she says the closure will include all instructional services and extracurricular activities but not a central clerical activities maintenance and nutrition services starting to day access to the state capital is being restricted to prevent the spread of the corona virus house speaker Charles McCall says the change will protect the public health while allowing the legislature to keep working so the government can continue functioning we are committed to finish finishing this constitutional session and fulfilling our con two tional duties to the people of the state of Oklahoma he says access will be restricted to elected state officials the central capital staff credentialed members of the news media and state employees invited to a central meetings the US house passes I tweaked version of the corona virus response bill here's Jackie upon yes house lawmakers unanimously approving a renowned corona virus bill the trump administration and house speaker Nancy Pelosi hammering out negotiations after a pass last weekend it includes paid emergency leave for American.

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Radio one thousand Katie okay coming up after a long break for public school students good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the cage you can use it this is Oklahoma's first news you're probably what a jacket for a sweater today as definitely an umbrella this afternoon and tonight are forecast is coming up public schools in Oklahoma will remain closed for at least two weeks after spring break until April six or longer if needed that from state schools superintendent joy Hofmeister this is not a simple decisions that we bring this recommendation to you and it will be challenging for many families nothing takes precedence over the health and well being of our people nothing pop Meister says the need to protect the health of students their families and teachers outweighs everything else president trump has released a series of guidelines to slow the spread of the corona virus here John decker the president during a White House coronavirus briefing called on people to avoid visiting bars restaurants and food courts and avoid discretionary travel it's important for the young and healthy people to understand that while they may experience milder symptoms are symptoms they can easily spread this virus and they will spread it indeed the president recommended avoiding gatherings of more than ten people have predicted the virus would be a threat until the summer the president also called on governors that have stayed with evidence of community transmission to close schools in the affected areas the Oklahoma Supreme Court has ordered district courts across the state to delay trials and cancel jury terms for the next thirty days because of the coronavirus most deadlines and hearings also will be delayed an order signed by the Chief Justice says access to court houses will be restricted to encourage social.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Update cues of an epic crime good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center this is Oklahoma's first news sizzling heat index prompting an excessive heat warning for today our forecast is coming up state officials are responding to an Oklahoma state bureau of investigation program epic charter schools the company runs online and brick and mortar programs in Oklahoma City and Tulsa it is accused of embezzling millions of dollars state house minority leader Emily virgin of Norman says if the allegations are proved true it shows a systematic flaw in the regulation of online and charter schools in Oklahoma state school superintendent joy Hofmeister tweeted that the allegations are extremely serious and disturbing and that the state department of education will work with the criminal investigation to determine whether taxpayers have been defrauded millions of dollars the company took in more than forty one million dollars in education funds in twenty seventeen and will receive a reported one hundred twelve million dollars in twenty nineteen the latest campaign finance reports show democratic U. S. representative Kendra horn continuing to out pace of her Republican challengers and fundraising for sleep the GOP is targeting for twenty twenty porn is the lone Democrat in Oklahoma's congressional delegation her closest competitors were Oklahoma City businesswoman tearing me she reported raising five hundred thirty one thousand dollars end state senator Stephanie Bice who reported raising one hundred eighty one thousand dollars president trump continues to attack a group of democratic lawmakers even as Republican lawmakers are urging call John decker reports the president not backing down from his Sunday comments on Twitter in which she suggested that for democratic Congress woman should go back to the crime infested countries from which they came what they did in the way they're treating Israel is a disgrace.

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"They will enforce sustain this pay raise, and we'll make these documents available online for the public to see stood says, it's the first time in state history that Oklahoma, teachers will receive a pay raise for a second year in a row. The budget also includes a fort. Eighteen hundred dollar pay raise for state employees say school superintendent joy Hofmeister says that twenty twenty budget deal announced yesterday shows lawmakers made it a priority to listen and act. And what is important to Oklahoma Pollino, that education affects every Oklahoma? And we know that this budget, reflects the desire and the prioritization to be the top. In addition to the teacher pay raise the budget, also fully funds, third grade reading initiative for the first time in state history and provides an additional seventy four million dollars for schools to use to hire more teachers or counselors or address their unique needs a mother accused of stabbing one of her daughters, and kidnapping another a year ago is scheduled to be sentenced today to hear a mod plead guilty in Tulsa county district court thirties, say she stabbed her eleven year old daughter, more than fifty times set their house on fire N took off with her eight-year-old daughter causing. An amber alert. Her nine year old daughter, escaped, and ran for help Ahmad was found the next day with her eight-year-old, daughter all three girls survive. She reportedly told police she'd gotten upset because of the way the girls were reading and looking at her. The university of Oklahoma board of regions will meet tonight. You discuss the next steps to replace school president, James Galilee, who's returning to retirement. They're expected to discuss and consider Galilee,.

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"They will enforce and sustain this pay raise, and we'll make these documents available online for the public to see stead says it's the first time in state history that Oklahoma, teachers will receive a pay raise for a second year in a row. The budget also includes a fourteen hundred. Dollar pay raise for state employees say school superintendent joy Hofmeister says that twenty twenty budget deal announced yesterday shows lawmakers made it a priority to listen act. And what is important to Oklahoma? And we know that education affects every Oklahoma and we know that this budget, reflects the desire and the prioritization to be the top. In addition to the teacher pay raise the budget, also fully funds, a third grade reading initiative for the first time in state history and provides an additional seventy four million dollars for schools to use to hire more teachers or counselors or address their unique needs a mother accused of stabbing one of her daughters, and kidnapping another a year ago is scheduled to be sentenced today to hear a mod plead guilty in Tulsa county district court authorities say she stabbed her eleven year old daughter, more than fifty times, set their house on fire and took off with her eight-year-old daughter causing an amber. Alert. Her nine year old daughter, escaped, and ran for help Ahmad was found the next day with her eight-year-old, daughter all three girls survive. She reportedly told police she'd gotten upset because of the way the girls were reading and looking at her. The university of Oklahoma board of regents will meet tonight. You discuss the next steps to replace school president James Galilee is returning to retirement. They're expected to discuss and consider Galilee,.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

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"This is Fox News. Defeated in issue. Lawmakers are revisiting good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in okay news center. And this is Oklahoma's first news flood watch until one this afternoon. Our forecast is coming up state Representative Karl Newton of Cherokee calls it. An honest compromise. The state house yesterday approved his Bill to let up Thomas practice and big box stores like WalMart. They optometrist can't be housed in the building. But they cannot be employed by the large retailer, they cannot get a citizen. The retailer says that's the big difference between his Bill and the state question that was defeated last fall. If his Bill is signed into law. There would be a staggered rollout based on the county's population supporters of expanding Medicaid in Oklahoma under the Affordable Care Act. What voters to decide the issue? They filed an initiative petition with the secretary of state's office on behalf of two residents one Oklahoma City and one in Tulsa after any challenges are resolved. Organizers would have ninety days. To collect about one hundred seventy eight thousand signatures state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says she supports a Bill that could move some school district back to five day weeks. The Bill would require between one hundred sixty five and one hundred eighty days of classes, meaning some districts could opt for four day weeks if they can prove their students meet performance criteria and the four day schedule is saving the district money. The Oklahoma legislature is trying again to establish an Oklahoma native American day on the second Monday in October. That's the same as Columbus Day the state house yesterday passed a Bill authored by Representative caller and walkie Oklahoma City the same Bill was vetoed last section by governor. Mary.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"One this afternoon. Our forecast is coming up state Representative Karl Newton of Cherokee calls it. An honest compromise. The state house yesterday approved his Bill to let Thomas practice and big box stores like WalMart. The optometrist can be housed in the building. But they cannot be employed by the large retailer they cannot get incentives from the retailer he says that's the big difference between his Bill and the state question that was defeated last fall. If his Bill is signed into law. There would be a staggered rollout. Based on a county population supporters of expanding Medicaid in Oklahoma under the Affordable Care Act. What voters to decide the issue? They filed an initiative petition with the secretary of state's office on behalf of two residents one Oklahoma City and one in Tulsa after any challenges are resort. Organizers would have ninety days to collect about one hundred seventy eight thousand signatures state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says she supports the Bill that could move some school district back to five day weeks. The Bill would require between one hundred sixty five and one hundred eighty days of classes, meaning some districts could opt for four day weeks if they can prove their students meet performance criteria and the four day schedule is saving the district money. The Oklahoma legislature is trying again to establish an Oklahoma native American day on the second Monday in October. That's the same as Columbus Day. The state house yesterday passed a Bill authored by Representative colored walkie Oklahoma City the same Bill was vetoed. Last section by governor..

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Two inmates found dead in apparent separate incidents at Oklahoma State Penitentiary

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00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Two inmates found dead in apparent separate incidents at Oklahoma State Penitentiary

"One of two inmates found dead yesterday at the state penitentiary and McAllister was Tulsa man who was convicted of killing his neighbor. Sixty three year old Stanley majors was found dead in his. Bed in the prison. Infirmary it was just six months ago that he was convicted of first degree murder and hate crime charges in the two thousand sixteen fatal shooting of Thirty-seven-year-old kalija Barra. He was sentenced to life in prison. Now, the other inmate who was found dead was fifty six year old Bobby Bailey, and he was serving a life sentence on a shooting with intent to kill conviction out of Garvin county. He was found dead in his cell and officials say that he may have been

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