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02:01 min | 11 months ago

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"Doesn't trust the fact that it's this White House this administration so we won't be delivering it to New York until we have all Authorization to do so. And that pains me to say that in a statement, New York's attorney general called the president vindictive and threatened to sue. If quote the president wants to play games with people's lives as shock waves reverberate through the Pentagon After a high profile shake up, the new acting defense chief, has shared his first message with U. S troops. New acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller says the U. S is close to defeating Al Qaeda. But leaders said the war must end writing quote, ending wars requires compromise and partnership. We met the challenge We gave it our all now it's time to come home. President Trump fired his previous defense chief two days before Veterans Day. Some believe Mark Esper do not move fast enough to wind down the war in Afghanistan. That's boxes Lucas Tomlinson at the Pentagon. Currently there are 4500 U. S troops deployed in Afghanistan. America's listening to Fox News. When it comes to news. Were there news radio 1000 Katie. Okay, Oklahoma's first use the O. S D. H reported 2667 new cases of covert 19 across Oklahoma Today, 12 additional deaths brings the death toll since the beginning of the pandemic to nearly 1500. There are more than 24,000 active cases of the virus statewide. Many school districts throughout Oklahoma are planning to move to virtual learning in the coming week, including the Oklahoma City school district. Has coronavirus cases continue to climb in Oklahoma? Margo Murano reports the city public schools announced that they are moving back to full time remote learning on Lee as of Monday. Okay. CPS say they will remain remote through the semester, which ends on December. 18. Many other school districts are also moving classes to virtual learning, including Enid, Edmund still water Yukon Shaunie Putnam City, as well as many schools in the Tulsa.

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03:35 min | 11 months ago

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"News that promise from President Trump has the U. S grapples with record setting coronavirus cases. The lockdown was for a specific reason. This was a novel virus that came in from China. No one had seen it. We had to temporarily shut down the country to administer and develop therapeutics good working products to make sure that we could move forward and reopen society. We're past that White House press secretary. Kayleigh mcenany on Fox and friends as new infections climb more than 184,000. Just yesterday, New Mexico and Oregon are nearly locking down. Distribution of the vaccine could be around the corner. The average development timeline for the vaccine, including clinical tests, and manufacturing can take 8 to 12 years. Through Operation Warp speed. We're doing it in less than one year from the White House yesterday, President Trump said vaccines already just waiting for approval. He says high risk individuals would be the first to receive thumb. President elect Joe Biden has not endorsed a nationwide shutdown. But he appealed to the president to take urgent action to curb the spread of the virus, which is happening right before the holidays. States and cities across the nation are tightening restrictions as the number of coronavirus cases in the U. S. Continued to rise. However, a survey of over 2000 people by the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Finding nearly 40% of Americans will attend a holiday gathering with more than 10 people and a third. Will not ask guests to wear masks. Fox's Kristen Goodwin, one sure sign of the holiday season has arrived in New York City, The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree will be erected today. The lighting will happen on December 2nd. But there will be no in person Spectators. America's listening to Fox News From when it comes to news. Were there news radio 1000 Katie. Okay, Oklahoma's first use the State Department of Health reported another record day for covert 19 cases. On Friday, Theo S d. H reported 2667 new cases of covert 19 across Oklahoma Today, 12 additional deaths brings the death toll since the beginning of the pandemic to nearly 1500. There are more than 24,000 active cases of the virus state. Wine. Many school districts throughout Oklahoma are planning to move to virtual learning in the coming week, including the Oklahoma City school district. As Corona. Virus cases continue to climb in Oklahoma, Margo Murano reports City public schools announced that they are moving back to full time remote learning on Lee as of Monday. Okay. CPS say they will remain remote through the semester, which ends on December. 18 gated, Edmund Stillwater, Yukon, Shawnee and Putnam City or other school districts moving to virtual learning as well. A schools in Tulsa. I'm Eric, like, um The following program does not necessarily reflect the opinions and viewpoints of the staff and management of this station. When the market goes down, you don't know money radio sounds welcome to safe money Radio with your host, Derek Colton. Derek is a safe money specialist. Serves the central Oklahoma area and is highly sought after for his expertise in helping people secure their retirements. Mr. Colton is a licensed professional in the state of Oklahoma and specializes in working with people who are new retirement.

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07:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Now. Let's hash out today's events. This is the drive with Leigh Matthews. Ah, Nice Wednesday afternoon peak of the week. I got a hot weekend on the way. No, I mean that literally, not figuratively. And by the way, I don't use the word literally figuratively like like Sean Hannity does. Wait for a 1000 Leigh Matthews. Katie. Okay, that come to join in the conversation s O. The weather's coming your way, too, along with traffic, and that's from road. King Rogers and Mike Morgan in the forewarned storm team talked about Oklahoma schools having their revised opening. I think that's fine, and they're opening up Mohr opportunities and channels for virtual learning which I also agree with. Because I think some kids just learn better on their own when they don't have to be held back by other students, and they don't have to be held back by a teacher who's obliged to help those other students. It's easier for individual attention. I am also a big fan of some of the distancing that they are doing in the Oklahoma City school district. I hope the other school districts follow suit. And we talked a lot about Corona virus numbers. Why they're being manipulated. Once again, I I I can't help but think it's because federal agencies live and die by statistics. And the reason they live in bye bye statistics is because they live and die by federal funds. And they have to prove their worthiness to the government and the people to continue to get those funds. And along those lines, the CDC and the W H O all fund research with federal dollars that are given to them. So I pose the question and I'll continue to explore this should there be federally subsidized research. Or should it all be private? You know, it seems to me that the privately fund research works better. They come to their conclusions faster. And betters mankind. When you've got the government paying you, I'll get to that eventually. I mean, you've got professors Who are tenured who are supposed to do a certain amount of lectures. But then the rest of the time they're supposed to doing research. And if that researchers federally funded are they motivated to finish that research? I mean, I know it's fiction, and I know it's a sitcom. But look at the Big Bang theory. How long was that on the air? 10 years, and those guys were all doing federally funded research, But I mean, it was it was, it was, it was fiction based on what rank actually happens. That's why it was so entertaining. Eight for a 1000 lei Matthews, Katie okay dot com. That's all in my my head today, But how about you also? I've learned more about this story. I brought this up yesterday because yesterday we learned that the couple in ST Louis Had had felony charges filed against them. When they were recorded, waving their guns at a group of protesters. Marching through their private neighborhood. ST Louis, Circuit attorney Kimberly Gardener announced that Mark and Patricia McCloskey were each charged with unlawful use of a weapon, which is a class e felony. Now I'm going to admit this upfront. I know what Oklahoma's stand. Your ground law is and says And even it says. You cannot sit out in front of your house and waved guns at people that are passing by. You can walk around your house and your property with your gun safely holstered and displayed. But you can't have it out waving at people with your finger on the trigger. Now that's my biggest criticism of these. These two. They had their fingers on the trigger. So that shows me right away. That either they had not had adequate gun safety training or they did not have adequate knowledge of what they're local law. Wass Now here's the part that I've changed my mind about. I've since learned That the couple lived in a private neighborhood. Where the gate had been torn down. Now that is an aggressive action. I think if I lived in a neighborhood where the gate had been torn down by people trying to make trouble Why would be patrolling my property with my are, but I would have it slung over my shoulder pointed to the ground. Just so they knew. I'm here to defend myself on my property. And the woman who was waving around the semiautomatic pistol looked a little like a 38 2 maybe 3 80 But I don't know any way she could have walked around with it holstered. Instead of waving at people. So I'm still critical of them for waving into people and having their finger on the trigger. Because it would be difficult. To tell a jury that You were a few feared for your life when there wasn't any violence being provoked against you. On the other hand. The crowd had already tourney down the gate to the neighborhood. So that was an aggressive act. I don't think they need to be charged with anything. I do think they might need to be cited for misdemeanor brandishing or something. And I've got a follow up to this story. Earlier today, the local district attorney in ST Louis I dropped all the charges, so these guys aren't going to be charged. And I don't. I'm glad for that. I support that decision. I don't support federal charges. I do support some sort of, maybe misdemeanor brandishing or whatever you want to call it. Because that that is what they were doing. Wait for a 1000 lei Matthews. Katie okay dot com. I asked this earlier. And I'm I'm curious. You know, Kanye West. He's sparking mental health worries. First he announced that he was running for president. And he held his first presidential rally. With an overwhelming response. The legendary rapper needs mental health treatment soon as possible when they saw him at this particular rally. The easy boss took the stage in Charleston, South Carolina. And almost immediately it seemed, was rambling and began sobbing. While speaking. He also made several statements that infuriated many people who are watching the event. One of the things he said was. I almost killed my daughter, meaning that I think when he knew his His woman was pregnant. They discussed on abortion. Board certified forensic psychiatrist Carol Lieberman. Has said that Kanye appears to be in a manic phase of bipolar disorder, which should have been obvious to the Kardashians. To whom he's married his friends. His business associates and others around him as soon as he began his campaign for president. Yet they are standing by just watching him self destruct. His wife and other family members need to get him to a psychiatrist as soon as possible before he spills Mohr of the family secrets and damages his Children before he destroys his marriage and the entire career and before he accidentally has an accident that injures others or himself. Says Dr Carroll..

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07:06 min | 1 year ago

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"Coming up, chances of rain have certainly increased. So we'll update you on that coming up with our weather forecasts. Emily Sutton in the forewarned storm team news Radio 1080. Okay, It's Leigh Matthews and Oklahoma's first news. We're being joined now. By Michael Bower of 24 7 news, Our news Division and Michael, We keep hearing about reopening schools very soon. Oklahoma City School District is one of those But how is all of this working out nationwide? When it comes to the new data coming in from Corona virus? It's mixed messaging. And I think you're seeing It's kind of what we've seen from day one of the Corona virus in play in this country, which has been sort of, you know, President Trump high up in the federal government as the president indicating that states would have the ability to make their own decisions states and governors there in starting to say, we'll each municipality is going to have the ability to make their own decision and you're starting to see that kind of a trickle down theory now as it applies to school here. And where you're looking at fall right around the corner should probably start doing some back to school shopping. If you haven't already there are concerns all across the country is how safe it is to send your kids back to school. And probably the biggest case of that we're seeing right now is the battle that's going on in California, where we saw the governor of California yesterday, basically go back into what he called a modified stay at home order. For the entire state, meaning bars are closed. Restaurants are closed for dining in gyms in particular hair salons. Movie theaters are all sort of shut down on that that's happening technically going up the West Coast as well. In fact, in Oregon, they've got a crackdown on gatherings of more than 10 people were starting to see that re closing down element in play here and As it pertains to school. One of the things that happened yesterday is that you had two of the biggest school systems in California in Los Angeles and San Diego Unified School District, which together enrol over 825,000 students, the largest in the country so far, has said that they won't even have a partial physical return to the classrooms when they reopen in August. And what they point to is that the increasing cases in California are posing a diarist to students and teachers, and they point to this, they say, every country around this globe That has successfully reopened their schools had two things in common number one they had declining infection rates and number two they had on demand testing available, but According to the reports. California has neither of those. So they're in this situation where they're missing those two things and they've got skyrocketing infection rates so they feel like the pandemic is not under control in that state. And if you don't have the control over, as we've heard from day one from the CDC, there's no reason to begin opening anything up, including school, so That's where the battle is being fought throughout. The entirety of the United States is Is it safe in your area in your state in your town in your municipality? We know, for instance, the governor of Florida the Santis wants to get schools opened. But we also understand that in Miami, the school commissioners they're saying we're not going to open up. There's just too much going on here as Faras cases are concerned. And that kind of battle seems to be playing out all across the country. Well, and again. Oklahoma is no different. Oklahoma City announced that they're going to have unopened income August 10th but that if you didn't feel comfortable opening Oh, are sending your kids back to school that ah, there would be terms reached where your kid could still work from home or or do some type of virtual work, especially if it's an elementary school kid. I think they're also talking about preschool and kindergarten doing the same thing, But I'm curious. As to what the teachers union thinks about this. Well, that is a great question, And I think you know it varies, of course, from state to state from place to place. For the most part, teachers are concerned on multiple levels about this all because not just is there the concern for getting students in that could be bringing in Corona virus spreading around or teachers coming in and bringing Corona virus spreading a rumble. What's the plan? That's the big consideration. What is the plan that comes down from the federal government to these schools and say, Here's what you need to do to have a successful in place strategy to take down Corona virus or to take it on on some level and that has not been implemented or discussed. As of yet, so teachers were still waiting to see what's going to happen because one of their big concerns is okay. Let's say we open everything up and everybody comes back in August. Or let's even say it happens after You don't Labor day on some level, we get everybody back in building. Everything is good. Somebody gets sick or doesn't realize that they're sick and hands off some Corona virus while they're there is the school, possibly going to get sued by the parents of that individual is school. Or is the teacher going to be sued by that individual mean? What are we looking at here? And is that something that is feasible in a very litigious society that we're in right now? Because of the teacher is going to get sued because they didn't properly used the right spray like it's not even in their jurisdiction to figure out what that is. So what's the schools plan? And that's something that hasn't been determined As of yet, no and I imagine especially when you have you have to sit states with competing teachers unions here in Oklahoma. We have three competing unions. I know there are as many as five, maybe seven in Texas. I'm not sure. Ah, and and they're all trying to out compete with each other as to how safe they want to keep the Children or how safe they want to keep the teachers. Yeah, and and and And with that I feel like you know it is. It's like the testing that's gone on in this country where you've got 18 20 different tests or more per state that are being done where you tryingto have, which which test gets done faster. And how much quicker can we get a result of somebody? Or is that more accurate or less accurate like it? That kind kind of Reality of competition or even if you go to when states had to try to compete to get pee pee and then try to get masks on ventilators and equipment. It's that kind of competition we've seen since day one that is going on right now within the country That could be it would imagine that we would all learn a little bit from this, but it could be something that the federal government has to set those guidelines out or have the CDC set those guidelines out that say. These are the things that you have to achieve. The concern here is we're hearing from President Trump. And we're hearing from others like DeVos is that maybe those restrictions are two restrictions are too tight, are too much if you will to get schools back open As a parent, it seems to me. I'm going to feel the most comfortable when it is the most restrictive and they've met those goals. That's when at least I feel like okay. It seems to me they've done everything that they possibly can to be prepared for this. I feel safer sending my kid there. Even if this isn't necessarily under control, I'm going to feel a little bit more relaxed about sending my kid there. Yeah, And I think we're going to see a boom in home schooling because more and more people are getting used to the idea and probably even seeing some of the better results that they like Michael Bauer. Thanks for the update from 24 7 news. I mentioned the weather. Update on that coming up from Emily Sutton on NewsRadio. 1000 Katie Okay, and Oklahoma's first news. Gigantic leap. Good morning on Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. 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01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"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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02:30 min | 2 years ago

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"There is no power eight eighteen he made an unfortunate decision but I have nothing derogatory to say towards MMA he's trying to do a very difficult job he says he had a gun for protection because of the power outage she taught first grade but it was her extra curricular activities that could send her to prison Jim Forsyth explain forty four year old former kings to deter cassia McCue and could get up to fifteen years in prison when she sentenced in October she admitted she raped several high school boys make you it is pleaded guilty to second degree rape at John Marshall middle school teacher is recovering from cracked ribs and a concussion after hitting her head on a fire hydrant while trying to stop a brawl at the school the student body is fifth through eighth graders the Oklahoma City school district says the students were twelve and thirteen years old and will be disciplined according to the student code of conduct it's been a week since Nathan will force was convicted of killing Logan county sheriff's deputy David waited the forces sentencing hearing enters its fifth day today the force killed waited April twenty seventeen is the deputy tried to serve an eviction notice the force has already been sentenced to a total of sixty seven years for armed robbery and stealing wage patrol car the force claims he was high on math and didn't mean to kill Wade prosecutors are seeking the death penalty former city councilman ed should need says he does not believe the Oklahoma City Council is working in good faith when it comes to the maps for package a project site meeting in small groups and hiding from the people things like the boat house foundation asking you for another three million dollars this year in keeping that from the people you're not allowing the people to fully understand the operational pressures that are coming from these you're you're not allowing the people to have informed consent he also believes Oklahoma City residents should be able to vote on individual project rather than the package as a whole the Oklahoma City Council voted yesterday to put the maps for pride checks on a December tenth special election ballot experts say the five hundred seventy two million dollar judgment issued Monday against consumer products giant Johnson Johnson good pay for a year's worth of statewide drug treatment efforts but the company has announced plans to appeal which could tie up the money for years Oklahoma's legal fight against the opioid industry has racked up settlements and judgments of nearly a billion dollars but concerns arising over how that money.

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02:30 min | 2 years ago

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"And there is no power eight eighteen he made an unfortunate decision but I have nothing derogatory to say towards MMA he's trying to do a very difficult job he says he had a gun for protection because of the power outage she taught first grade but it was her extra curricular activities that could send her to prison Jim Forsyth explain forty four year old former kings to deter cassia McCue and could get up to fifteen years in prison when she sentenced in October she admitted she raped several high school boys thank you it is pleaded guilty to second degree rape at John Marshall middle school teacher is recovering from cracked ribs and a concussion after hitting her head on a fire hydrant while trying to stop a brawl at the school the student body is fifth through eighth graders the Oklahoma City school district says the students were twelve and thirteen years old and will be disciplined according to the student code of conduct it's been a week since Nathan will force was convicted of killing Logan county sheriff's deputy David wait in the forces sentencing hearing enters its fifth day today the force killed waited April twenty seventeen is the deputy tried to serve an eviction notice the force has already been sentenced to a total of sixty seven years for armed robbery and stealing wage patrol car the force claims he was high on math and didn't mean to kill Wade prosecutors are seeking the death penalty former city councilman ed should need says he does not believe the Oklahoma City Council is working in good faith when it comes to the maps for package of project site meeting in small groups and hiding from the people things like the boat house foundation asking you for another three million dollars this year in keeping that from the people you're not allowing the people to fully understand the operational pressures that are coming from these you're you're not allowing the people to have informed consent he also believes Oklahoma City residents should be able to vote on individual project rather than the package as a whole the Oklahoma City Council voted yesterday to put the maps for pride checks on a December tenth special election ballot experts say the five hundred seventy two million dollar judgment issued Monday against consumer products giant Johnson Johnson good pay for a year's worth of statewide drug treatment efforts but the company has announced plans to appeal which could tie up the money for years Oklahoma's legal fight against the opioid industry has racked up settlements and judgments of nearly a billion dollars but concerns arising over how that money.

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02:33 min | 2 years ago

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"For they went from nobody on my porch to somebody on my porch and within the silhouette I can completely see again it was dark because the power was out the new officers fired their weapons Williams says he ran to the back of the house and call police no one was injured now that the verdict against opioid maker Johnson and Johnson is in concerns arising over how Oklahoma will spend money in the states opioid fight Jim Forsyth reports Oklahoma's legal fight against the opioid industry has racked up settlements and judgments of nearly one billion dollars experts say the five hundred seventy two million dollar judgment issued Monday against Johnson and Johnson could pay for a year's worth of statewide drug treatment efforts but the company has already announced plans to appeal which could tie up the money for years that John Marshall middle school teacher is recovering from cracked ribs and a concussion after hitting her head on a fire hydrant while trying to stop a brawl at the school the student body is fifth through eighth graders Oklahoma City school district says the students were twelve and thirteen years old and will be disciplined according to the student code of conduct former Oklahoma City councilman ed should eat says it makes him nauseous to think that Oklahoma City residents won't get a chance to vote on individual maps for projects some of these things are deeply personal to me mental health and addiction facilities things that that my core of my being I want so bad but you're gonna tell me that in order to get that I have to devote to tax myself to give potentially ten million dollars to a privately owned practice facility for the richest people in Oklahoma he says the city council is circumventing the single subject rule of the Oklahoma constitution he plans to file a legal challenge in District Court a former DO see officer looking at prison time Beth Myers reports he was accused of sexually assaulting former inmates he was supposed to be supervising former Oklahoma department of corrections probation and parole officer Steven powers pleaded guilty yesterday in Tulsa federal court to violating the civil rights of two female victims who were on probation US attorney Trent shores says the thirty five year old powers damaged the integrity of the justice system and for his despicable crimes he will be held accountable powers will be sentenced in ninety days it's been a week since Nathan the force was convicted of killing Logan county sheriff's deputy David Wade and the forces sentencing hearing enters its fifth day today look for skilled waited April twenty seventeen is a deputy tried to.

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

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"You vulnerable to diseases chemical hazards and injuries. If you have to get into floodwaters, where rubber boots gloves, and goggles, if you can, and don't let children play in flood waters or play with toys that have been contaminated by floodwaters Arcadia lake in Edmund is closed because of the flooding that includes all public excess park. And the spring creek walking trail right now, lake elevation is twelve feet above normal, the closures expected to last at least two weeks, the Oklahoma City school district. Now says it's network and technology systems are fully operational after last week's ransomware attack. The district says third party forensic experts have determined that. No personal information of students or staff was compromised. Police are still investigating. From the weather center and warned store tune. We're under a flood warning until one fifteen this afternoon. And we have a forty percent chance of more storms with a slight chance for severe weather. Otherwise skies will be cloudy. We'll have a high around eighty two today. Your next news update at the top of the hour. I'm Jacqueline, Scott NewsRadio one thousand KT, okay. Newsradio one thousand KT, okay studios or a service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for low T word more at universalmensclinic dot com. And this report is sponsored by Bob Howard Acura from the CD. Plus, he was a total traffic studio wrap it up westbound forty four MLK, westbound forty east of highway one or two new accidents silver crossing south of northwest highway road. King, total traffic experience the thrill of the road during Howard Accurist performance on Lisa vets twenty nine thousand RDX premium pin speed for two three, seventy. The time is now probably. Plus details security budget included. Details day, you know, the six words you should always fear. When shopping.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"As possible, take care of any wounds and also watch for signs of infection this. Good news for the state's largest school district, the Oklahoma City school district says it's network and technology systems are now fully operational following last transom where attack that says third party forensics experts have determined that. No personal information was compromised. The state Senate has approved the eight point one billion dollar budget Bill that funds state agencies for the next fiscal year here skates. Okay. Jim, foresight, it puts about two hundred million dollars into savings. That's something state, Senator Roger Thompson of Okita says is crucial to avoid future budget cuts. We decried whenever we had to cut education, any other agencies because we had not prepared for it out of the leadership of our governor. We shall be prepared the next time that comes along and those cuts will be made, and our children's classes will not be cut Senate president protest, Greg treat says the budget makes huge investments at our classrooms, gives teachers and state employees, another significant pay raise and puts money toward criminal Justice reforms. The Bill now goes to the governor who is expected. To sign it and unconscious driver pulled from his car after it plunged into the Oklahoma canal last night, paramedics rescued him, but not before Stephanie page, who saw the car careen through the water tried to help once the car, went underneath the water, he was screaming help me. Help me, please get me out. She told news four she could not get his door open, as it started to sink after first responders rescued the mandate or form CPR, and he was taken to a hospital to Norman suspects have been arrested in last week's robbery of the IBC Bank. In more law enforcement reviewed surveillance videos from several occasions. Determined that thirty one year old duck and Heron and thirty year old Regina berry, we're likely suspect..

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

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"And they were literally days away from harvesting, and now we're waiting on the assessment to see what type of damage was lost, especially worried about the possibility of more rain in the forecast. He plans to survey damage in Tulsa, and the northeast part of the state. Eight tomorrow morning State Department of emergency manager. Mark Gallagher says so far twenty nine counties have been impacted by severe storms and flooding. The past two days on Monday. We had five confirmed, tornadoes, and on Tuesday. We had six confirmed, tornadoes, starting as early as almost four AM. So we're up to confirm total of eleven tornadoes in the last two days, and with it significant flooding. He says there have been numerous water rescues from the severe flooding and he says, we will probably see more until the flood waters subside. Well, good news for the state's largest school district, the Oklahoma City school district says it's network and technology systems are now fully operational following last week's ransomware attack. It says third-party forensic experts have determined that. No personal information was compromised. And from the News Radio one thousand Katie okay weather center, and the forewarn storm team fair tonight, a low of fifty four tomorrow we have a forty percent chance. Storms in the afternoon, it's going to be warm and windy muggy and a high of eighty one. I'm Beth Myers. Newsradio one thousand K T. Okay. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay, studios are a service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for ED. Not. Learn more at universal men's clinic dot com. So has game thrones. Got you needing therapy while you're not alone. I will give you a pointer coming up on NewsRadio one thousand king t-. Okay. It's Leigh Matthews and the drive continuing in two minutes. Hi, this is Megan with top co cabinets and countertops. All of us at top co would like to thank all of our American veterans, active military, and first responders give so much to protect our freedom both.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"And our president is the divider and chief. You said he'll go after President Trump, but he refuses to criticize any of his fellow Democrats. Senator Bernie Sanders. Meantime, looking for votes today in South Carolina. He talked about education of America used to be number one in terms of the percentage of young, Americans with college degrees today. He says, now, we're number eleven this is Fox News. This is news. From the Oklahoma news that work, I'm Brian Gant store, damage in the town of Geronimo income, Angie county significant damage. At least two homes destroyed several other structures were damaged. Nova reports of serious injuries. The earth was shaking again, this morning in Oklahoma after three point six magnitude earthquake at four fifty five this morning in grant county. That follows that big four point four magnitude quake that hit in the same area yesterday afternoon. Good news for employees who work at the Georgia Pacific paper played Muskogee. They've been off work since the fire Monday, the damage part of the plant, they'll be able to return to work on Monday. Eight hundred people work at that facility in Muskogee, and the state's largest school district still trying to recover from ransomware attack Oklahoma City school district, shutting down its IT network. As a result district says teams will be deployed this weekend to scan and the district's eleven thousand devices. I'm brian. Oh. And in. Conversation.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Need to defeat Donald Trump in twenty twenty and two feet the corrupt system. The let's campaign money throughout the people's voice. Governor Bullock also touted his bipartisan effort to expand Medicaid in Montana. Bullock, one reelection in two thousand sixteen while President Trump carried the state by twenty points. Rachel Sutherland, this is Fox News. Lesson in Mel wear. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott. Okay. New center in this is Oklahoma's first news heading to the eighties today. Our forecast is coming up the Oklahoma City school districts IT network has been hit by mail wear. A spokeswoman says the problem started early yesterday and continued to worsen the network has been shut down to limit exposure. Meaning that teachers and staff members don't have access to Email officials say the network could be shut down for several days on Norman teacher has been fired for sending inappropriate text messages to a student the teachers name and the school where that person worked has not been released. This will district released a statement yesterday. Saying quote, we do not tolerate this behavior. We appreciate the parents and students who brought the situation to our attention. A budget agreement announced yesterday by governor. Kevin state includes another two hundred million dollars for public education dot means a very very important teacher pay raise. But that also means funding priorities to our research. Universities and higher, Ed and also. Make sure we take care of our career tax with with some important pay raises as well. Kevin also wants to put another two hundred million dollars in the state's rainy day fund. He also wants what he calls funding prioritization for a state employees pay raise trials on schedule to start may twenty-eighth for drugmakers accused of causing the opioid epidemic that prosecutors saves ravaging Oklahoma Johnson and Johnson and TV pharmaceuticals had asked to Cleveland county judge to dismiss the lawsuit Janssen pharmaceuticals sent several related drug companies also are named in that.

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

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"At a low tonight in the mid fifties. Tomorrow more sunshine with high in the low eighties. Well at a press conference today at the state capital governor, Kevin. Did and house speaker Charles McCall announced a tentative budget agreement for the upcoming fiscal here that the governor says will be historic and numbers of the state's appropriate budget. This year will go over eight billion for the very first time. So last year the procreation was about seven point six billion. We're going to go over eight billion dollars. That's a five percent increase in funding. Republican leader did not take part in today's press conference. And when asked why the governor said it's because the Senate leadership team walked away from negotiations last week. He says there were some differences in how education money is allocated among other things. Now the budget agreement that was announced today the tentative agreement does include a twelve hundred dollar teacher pay raise seventy million dollars in classroom funding, also putting two hundred million dollars away in the states rainy day fund. And meanwhile, the Oklahoma City school district IT network has been hit by Val wear. A spokeswoman says. The problem started earlier today and continue to worsen. And as a result. They have shut down the network to limit exposure. And that means that teachers and staff members don't have access to Email and officials say the network could be shut down for several days a gun found at an Oklahoma middle school. Here's KT okays. Michael board parent contacted Madison middle school and bartlesville this morning and told them about a missing gun at a home that a student might have brought to school school spokesman says the fourteen year old student was located and that gun was eventually found in a bathroom police were called and officials say the situation was secured school statement says school safety is a top district concern, they appreciate the cooperation apparent students staff and police and keeping the school a safe learning environment from the.

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

"oklahoma city school district" Discussed on KTOK

"The workdays over. Now. Let's shout today's events. This is the drive with Leigh Matthews. Hey, good afternoon. Man, that's a Thursday. And not only that it's a cloudy Thursday. What does that mean for the weekend? Not to worry. We will give you the forecast coming up on NewsRadio one thousand K T O K eight four zero one thousand star one thousand if you want to join in the conversation, we've got some final meetings that are scheduled on school closures for the Oklahoma City school district. We'll your school or your child school or grandchild school be affected. And should we be closing schools in the Oklahoma City school district? I think so because I think we need to start finding ways to consolidate and save money. But what do you think we'll get into that eight four one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Do you? Remember the short story. Maybe you didn't read the short story in high school. I did Ray Bradbury. The name of the short story was there will come soft rains. It's an incredible story. I will highlight it for you. And the reason I'm going to do that. Is because it's coming to pass Ray Bradbury's frame us for that. Stuff. He wrote back in the fifties. And sixties even in the forties is happening now. And I'll give you an example coming up agencies that employ lobbyists. This was a this was a topic. That was brought up by governor step because he thinks a lot of money is being wasted by state agencies paying people to try to get lawmakers to do stuff. They want. It's like the state lobbying for itself. Anyway, our good friends at channel four have done a report as to how much money is being spent on state lobbyists, and we will get into that. I've already explained to you. I'm not a fan of this year Super Bowl for a number of reasons, I won't be watching mainly because I don't know about you. But I'm tired of being marketed to it's like everything we care about becomes a marketing tool. It started with the movies used to be you go to the movies because you wanted to be entertained for a couple of hours. Now, you go to the movies, and the entire movie is nothing, but a marketing tool, I mean, that's why these conduct but movies are being made again, and again, and again and again because they sell merchandise and video games that go along with them. Well, I think the whole Super Bowl is nothing but a marketing tool right now. And one particular video game is joining in the marketing plan, I'll tell you what I mean coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And you've heard a lot of people particularly on this radio station. My predecessors, both rush and Hannity and Glenn Beck. All talk about this Virginia law that is coming on the heels of the New York law that is that's making it okay to kill a baby up until and even after birth. Well, I found out something about the Virginia law. I wanted to share with you. And nobody's talking about it. And before you set your hair on fire. Or duct tape your head. Well, hang around and listen to Leigh Matthews.

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04:33 min | 2 years ago

"oklahoma city school district" Discussed on KTOK

"This is the drive with Leigh Matthews, and let's reset the scene of some of the things we've been chatting about this evening. Newsradio one thousand K T O K first of all is consolidation beginning right here in the Oklahoma City school district as we speak. They are having a school board meeting where they are announcing what it is. They want to do and what they are doing is trying to better use the resources that are available, and I applaud it because I think more districts need, I think we need to do this at the state level our state wastes way too much money when it comes to education. And I think it has a lot to do with the fact that nobody wants to go back and look and see. Okay. Do we need all of these schools? Do we need all of these administrators? So that's going on right now. Sean McDaniel district superintendent told. Channel four that under the three options they are revealing this evening anywhere between fourteen to twenty schools could be closed. It's not so much a matter of selling property and getting rid of assets as it is to better use the opportunities and to reinvest and not take the last thing away. So he says if we could see the map of the closures and the repurpose buildings and the reconfiguration it's really good. It's positive distribution. This guy's doing something. No school superintendent for okay? See has had the co knows the gonads the guts, the fortitude, whatever you wanna call it to do. And I applaud him. And again, I think the rest of the state needs to take our lead talked about the saints game. Yeah. It's you gotta win in spite of the officiating. But when there's no officiating as was the case with this bad call. So I first of all not going to be watching the Super Bowl not because not because I'm angry or or or peevish petulant. But because I don't really care about either. One of these teams I cared about the saints. I'm a saints fan. But I thought it was a bad call. And it's the kind of thing you see at high school football games, not the NFL. So number one that needs to be fired. No question about it. Number two, the NFL needs to pay back the saints somehow and admit that was a crappy call and we can do better as a National Football League. So maybe first round draft pick coming draft. I think that might do it. Can't speak for the saints. Don't know. But as a fan, I'd say, yeah. That's that's a pretty valuable tool. Sure. And so we'll see there's rumblings about that. I don't know that's going to happen. But I am seeing for the very first time the NFL seems to be listening because I think they know they're between Iraq and a hard place. I think they also know how bad this makes them look. Especially Roger Goodell who seems to really really really care about appearances. Eight four one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. Also, I talked about these two kids out of you who did the black face video. It was tasteless. It wasn't funny. And I think the university went to them and said okay for violating policy. Here's what you're gonna do. You're gonna apologize publicly. And then you're going to withdraw. We're not gonna kick you out you're gonna withdrawal. If you don't world kick you out. But if you're withdrawal, you'll at least be able to take your transcript with you. If we kick you out, you ain't getting anything. That's what I think is that fair punishment. A four hundred thousand star one thousand Ryan on social media. Couple of kids did something stupid. It makes perfect sense to try to ruin their entire lives over a Snapchat. Message. Makes perfect sense. Not to I I don't know. Anyway, none of us get what we deserve says, David. Thank God for that. Eight four thousand star one thousand Mike and the love canon. Just to give you an update here. We're we're keeping an eye on the closing of the school. They haven't gotten any actual names yet. All right. But from what I can gather from our friends channel four who did a piece on it. During the our top of the hour news. It sounds very similar to what happened in midwest city in their school district the mid del school district with their elementaries people back in the day. Remember we used to have about seven or eight down to four now because the population change published shifted did and the two biggest well-known ones were..

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"oklahoma city school district" Discussed on KTOK

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03:16 min | 2 years ago

"oklahoma city school district" Discussed on KTOK

"The workdays over. Now. Let's hatch shell today's events. This is the drive with Leigh Matthews. Hey, good afternoon. And good evening. And I hope you had a nice weekend. If you had a long weekend for the Martin Luther King holiday, man. A lot of stuff has happened. And you and I have not had a lot of chance to talk about a lot of it. So let's try to get right to it. Eight four zero one thousand star one thousand join in the conversation Leigh Matthews a Katie. Okay dot com up on social media. And also love to talk to you in person on the Email on that Email thing anytime you like on NewsRadio one thousand Katie, okay? We were at the garden show on Friday. So I didn't have a chance to really get into. What is looking like the beginnings of some school consolidation and it's moving forward at a pretty rapid pace. There is going to be a school board meeting. It's going to convene hearing about another twenty minutes. And we'll see if we can take it live or gyp it joined in progress. Depending on what they're the basically they're gonna talk about consolidating some schools in Oklahoma City school district, and I'm I'm I'm kind of anxious to see this because I've been talking about school consolidation for a very long time, not necessarily for Oklahoma City public schools or Tulsa or some of the larger school districts, but they got to start somewhere. And I'm glad that Oklahoma City public school seems to be taking the lead in this. And and they're even saying this isn't because we're trying to close schools and inconvenience people were trying to better utilize our resources. Hello. I wish the state school board would use that philosophy. But we'll get into it on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Also, I wanted to talk a little bit about the saints the New Orleans Saints now, I am not a die hard football fan of anybody. But. But I am a saints fan because I've seen the New Orleans Saints through and through. I remember back when most fans we're going to the games with plastic bag with paper bags over their heads because they didn't want anybody to know that they were saints fan. Okay. It was the bag your face saints fans and bomb Phillips was the coach, and they weren't they did they were happy if they sold sixty tickets, let alone sixty thousand and I was one of the ones that rejoiced when they won the Super Bowl. I have seen them through thick and thin. And this was an abomination of a of a lack of a call. And I know I'm gonna get into this. I know you're supposed to you're supposed to win in spite of the officiating. But how about if there's no officiating? What are you supposed to do them? You can answer that question for me at eight four hundred thousand star one thousand what did you think of Trump's announcement over the weekend? Now, who's being an obstructionist Trump or Pelosi? And did you think anything of the blown call him the saints.

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