Oklahoma’s only statewide news broadcast, the Oklahoma News Report (ONR), airs 7 p.m. CST, every Friday night on the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA). This award-winning broadcast offers an in-depth exploration of news and issues affecting all Oklahomans.
Some of the stories covered on this week’s Oklahoma News Report include:
- Facing a legislative deadline, Oklahoma lawmakers advance bills to give pay increases to teachers and prison guards.
- Victims of crime and advocates met at the state capitol to voice support for fully implementing Marsy’s Law, which guarantees new Constitutional rights to victims.
- Oklahoma Watch reporters Paul Monies and Trevor Brown share their story about a settlement in the state’s lawsuit against opioid manufacturers that resulted in a huge payday for a former state lawmaker.
- And, Oklahomans can now see some of the greatest news photographs ever taken, thanks to a traveling exhibit recently opened at Tulsa’s Gilcrease Museum.
Join us Friday night for these and other stories, business news and more on ONR.
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