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State Learns of $188M Shortfall This Week in Oklahoma Politics

Shortfall, tax cuts, Indian Cultural Museum and a bond for the Capitol

Nikole’s Morning Mix for 2/21/14

The tunes behind the news to get down on Friday morning!

Oklahoma City Band QUIL Releases Brother EP

The two piece synth rock duo is comprised of two ACM@UCO students: Alexis Quinn (vocals) and Troy Brainard (guitar).

Bedlam Looking Good For Cowgirls, not So Much the Cowboys

OSU vs. OU, the Thunder and the Barons

Gov Still Supports Tax Cut Despite Shortfall

Lawmakers are looking at less money to spend in upcoming budget negotiations.

Nikole’s Morning Mix for 2/18/14

The tunes behind the news for your Tuesday A.M.!

Nikole’s Morning Mix for 2/17/14

The tunes behind the news to start your week!

VIDEO: Avicii featuring Audra Mae – “Addicted to You”

***CONTENT ADVISORY*** “Addicted to You” by Swedish House DJ Avicii features vocals by Oklahoma City native Audra Mae.

Share the Love: Jerry and Judy Bettis

The last couple of weeks, we put out a call to listeners to share their love stories for Valentine’s Day. […]

House Picks New Leader This Week in Oklahoma Politics

Hickman, Tax Cut and Abortion bills

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For two hours every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Robert Siegel, Michele Norris and Melissa Block present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features.

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