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:
- Though it’s a priority, Oklahoma lawmakers have again missed the deadline for education funding.
- Police in Norman are investigating after another round of racists, anti-LGBTQ and anti-Semitic graffiti was found spray-painted on the local Democratic Party office, as well as a nearby school and arts center.
- A former Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate is convicted in an attempted murder-for-hire plot.
- The trend of people moving to Oklahoma has seen a reversal in recent years, with more people now leaving the state than arriving.
- And, Oklahoma officials are highlighting historic Route 66 as they seek to boost the state’s tourism industry.
Join us Friday night for these and other stories, business news and more on ONR.
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