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3:02 pm
Fri April 24, 2015

NCAA Puts Oklahoma State Football on Probation for Infractions

The NCAA has put Oklahoma State's football program on a year of probation for failing to follow its own drug-testing policies.

The Committee on Infractions also ordered Oklahoma State to suspend its Orange Pride student group after determining its all-female membership violated recruiting rules.

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KCRW Favorite Sessions
2:45 pm
Fri April 24, 2015

KCRW Presents: Other Lives

Other Lives performs live on KCRW.
Larry Hirshowitz / KCRW

After relocating to Portland, Oregon, from their native Stillwater, Oklahoma, Other Lives used the new surroundings for a different perspective on their new album. The result is their third studio release, Rituals, which marries an orchestral rock sound with a classic singer-songwriter sensibility. New songs like "Easy Way" were standouts in their latest visit to KCRW.

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This Week in Oklahoma Politics
8:40 am
Fri April 24, 2015

Deputy Vacation, Injection Wells & Norman Guns

In This Week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel and Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill about the weekly news concerning Robert Bates accused of shooting and killing an unarmed, restrained black man and the link by the Oklahoma Geological Survey between injection wells and earthquakes.

The trio also discuss Right to Farm legislation passing through the capitol and a Constitutional Convention Amendment which failed as well as a judges decision allowing Norman Music Festival goers to bring weapons.

Headlines
8:03 am
Fri April 24, 2015

Headlines: Reserve Deputy, Man-Made Earthquakes & Norman Guns

Headlines for Friday, April 24, 2015:

  • The family of a man slain by a reserve deputy is demanding records of a prior investigation (Tulsa World)

  • Norman attorneys plan to continue legal inquiry in guns at the Norman Music Festival. (NewsOK)

  • A national report shines the light on Oklahoma’s risk of man-made earthquakes. (Tulsa World)

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Headlines
8:25 am
Thu April 23, 2015

Headlines: Same Sex Bill, Nursing Home Lawsuits & Coach Brooks Gone

Headlines for Thursday, April 23, 2015:

  • A Tulsa judge considers his own recusal in the case against a Sheriff’s reserve deputy. (Tulsa World)

  • A couple of bill targeting same sex marriage cases heads to the Governor. (Tulsa World)

  • The State House moves forward with a bill to ban local governments from ordinances on drilling. (NewsOK)

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Sports
6:07 pm
Wed April 22, 2015

Oklahoma City Thunder Fire Coach Scott Brooks After 7 Years

Scott Brooks
facebook.com/OKCThunder

The Oklahoma City Thunder have fired coach Scott Brooks.

The team made the announcement Wednesday.

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School Suspensions
4:48 pm
Wed April 22, 2015

Oklahoma City Public Schools Discipline Audit Finds Inconsistencies, Prompts Changes

Last fall, the Office of Civil Rights filed a complaint against Oklahoma City Public Schools, saying the district suspended black and Hispanic students at a higher rate than others. This prompted the district to investigate their discipline practices. The results of that investigation came out Monday. 

Rob Neu, who is the superintendent of Oklahoma City Public Schools, told reporters on Tuesday  that the results of the discipline audit were worse than he expected.

“When I see the number of students suspended and the length of time that they’re being suspended—I have great concern.”

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Headlines
8:08 am
Wed April 22, 2015

Headlines: Injection Wells, Deputy Plea & Poop

Headlines for Wednesday, April 22, 2015:

  • Report shows racial disparity in discipline of OKC School Students. (NewsOK)
     
  • Geological Survey links injection wells with earthquakes. (State Impact)
     
  • A delay by the Stillwater City Council on regulations over drilling is raising concerns among residents in the area.  (KFOR)

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Sample Size
5:42 pm
Tue April 21, 2015

New Mix: Alabama Shakes, J Fernandez & John Moreland

Alabama Shakes
alabamashakes.com

This is Sample Size, our weekly new music feature with KOSU's Ryan LaCroix and LOOKatOKC pop music columnist Matt Carney.

Today, we look at the weird new record from Alabama Shakes, personal and distinct psychedelia from J Fernandez, and the critically acclaimed new album from Tulsa's John Moreland.

Follow Matt & Ryan on Twitter at @OKmattcarney and @KOSUryan.

JenX with Jennifer Lindsey McClintock
8:50 am
Tue April 21, 2015

Dealing with Poverty

The idea of poverty strikes fear in many Americans who often ridicule and criticize those struggling to survive.

In this week’s Jen-X, Jennifer Lindsey McClintock looks at how we treat the poor and downtrodden.


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