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:
- Why doesn’t the Army Corp of Engineers release water from swollen lakes before heavy rains arrive? We’ll get the answers to that and other frequently-asked questions following historic flooding in Oklahoma.
- College-educated Oklahomans are leaving our state for jobs elsewhere. What’s being done to stop the brain drain?
- A large exhibit of beloved children’s author and illustrator, Maurice Sendak, opens in Oklahoma City’s downtown library. We’ll take a look.
- And, a Tulsa woman becomes the first Oklahoman and Native American to be named our nation’s poet laureate.
Join us Friday night for these and other stories, business news and more on ONR.
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