Russell Westbrook is featured in a Nike commercial for the new Air Jordan XXXI shoes.

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The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality has ordered city officials in Ada to make a series of fixes to ensure the community has clean drinking water after 2,000 gallons of diesel spilled on the ground near city water wells in April of 2015.

Headlines for Monday, August 29, 2016:

  • Fewer students are seeking education degrees in Oklahoma. (Journal Record)
  • The family of a Tulsa man gunned down in an apparent racial attack is demanding answers. (Tulsa World)

A petition to legalize medical marijuana in Oklahoma is unlikely to go before voters in November.

Advocates plan to challenge the attorney general's rewording of the ballot title, which is certain to push the measure beyond the election.

Attorney General Scott Pruitt says the group didn't submit its voter signatures to qualify with enough buffer time for legal challenges and for the state's Election Board to print and send ballots to counties, military members and overseas voters.

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

Today, Matt plays new music from Frank Ocean, Joyce Manor & M.I.A.

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

Headlines for Friday, August 26, 2016:

  • Medical marijuana supporters plan to challenge the AG’s rewrite of the ballot title. (Tulsa World)

  • A Democratic candidate for CD5 plans a recount if her raises enough money. (NewsOK)

Brian Hardzinski / Oklahoma Public Media Exchange

Donald Trump is wooing energy-state voters by promising a presidency that will champion coal, promote drilling and free frackers from federal regulations limiting oil and gas development.

If the Republican candidate’s energy platform sounds like it was written specifically for fossil fuel companies, that’s because an Oklahoma oil billionaire helped craft it.

Trump delivered his first major speech on U.S. energy policy at a petroleum conference in the capital city of one the country’s most oil-rich states, Bismark, North Dakota.

Headlines for August 25, 2016:

  • Medical marijuana supporters push forward to get the measure on the November ballot. (Tulsa World)

Organizations on the campus of Oklahoma State University are providing smoke alarms and alert devices for people with disabilities.

Nancy Trench with Fire Protection Publications says the equipment is designed specifically for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, visually impaired or using a mobile device.

“We install special equipment by their bed that provides a low frequency, high volume alert sound and then also it shakes the bed. There’s actual science that a bed shaker is the best way to wake any of us up.”

NPR's Robert Siegel interviews reporter Shannon Pettypiece about her article regarding crime at Wal-Mart in Bloomberg Businessweek. She says there's a violent crime every day at a Wal-Mart somewhere in the country, and local police are overwhelmed.