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Oklahoma: Homegrown Movies
Rebate incentives help Hollywood filmmakers determine the location where a movie will be shot.
Skills Gap: Employers Need Skilled Workers
Value Added: Oklahoma’s business sector is strong, but worker credentials are not, which has created a skills gap for employers trying to fill jobs.
Skills Gap: Job Search - Persistence Is Key
Value Added: Acquiring skills certifications can help job seekers find employment.
STEM Education in Demand
Skills acquired in STEM education could determine our nation's future.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1315
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at the need for technical training.
Mike Misner - Beginning Again
We visit with an accomplished musician who went back to school at Autry Tech so he could continue his life's passion.
Space Exploration Roots in Oklahoma
In an Oklahoma History Center gathering, Oklahoma astronauts commemorated President John F. Kennedy's space challenge.
Kiamichi Tech Students Excel in Advanced Classes
Students excel in advanced STEM courses at Kiamichi Tech Center and are honored as valedictorians at their high schools.
Farm Bill Passes - Sort Of
Political controversy still surrounds the Farm Bill passed in the House of Representatives that excluded the nutrition programs.
Beef the Italian Way
Oklahoma cattlewomen compete to see who has the best beef recipe. Some fear the continuing drought could have long-term effects on the cattle industry.
Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness
Oklahoma has seen a dramatic increase in the number of deaths related to prescription drug abuse.
Preserving Native Traditions
Efforts are underway in Oklahoma to help educate Ponca tribal youth and the general public about Ponca traditions to preserve their rich culture.
Successful Careers and Bright Futures
Economic success depends on businesses having highly skilled workforces.
Susan Lavrakas - Aerospace STEM Gap
The aerospace industry survives on STEM, but many workers are ready to retire.
Brian Crain - STEM Education Funding
Many believe STEM education at younger ages will help our economy, but how do we fund it?
Mary Fallin - Oklahoma’s STEM Future
Gov. Mary Fallin has big plans for the state, and they involve STEM.
Reusing Our Water
Oklahoma looks for ways to use less water for more people.
Innovation for the Future
Industry leaders come together to find new ways to move the state forward.
Biosecurity Affects Food Industry
U.S. pork producers are feeling the impact of biosecurity issues as the porcine epidemic threatens the hog market.
Gary McManus - Economic Impact of Drought
Despite recent rains, most of the state remains in drought as the long-term impact on ag continues.
Retraining Oklahomans for Today’s Workforce
Building a clear career pathway for entering the manufacturing workforce is critical for the U.S. economy.
CareerTech On Target For Oklahoma Jobs
Proposed legislation could expand the Oklahoma Promise Program that helps students pay for higher education.
Beef the Italian Way
Oklahoma cattlewomen compete to see who has the best beef recipe. Some fear the continuing drought could have long-term effects on the cattle industry.
Preserving Native Traditions
Value Added: Efforts are underway in Oklahoma to help educate Ponca tribal youth and the general public about Ponca traditions to preserve their rich culture.
Preserving Native Traditions
Value Added: Efforts are underway in Oklahoma to help educate Ponca tribal youth and the general public about Ponca traditions to preserve their rich culture.
Are GMOs Harmful to Us?
Genetically modified organisms: Is it time to change how we develop new wheat varieties?
Veteran Turns Chef
The culinary arts program at Francis Tuttle Technology Center helps prepare veterans for life after military service.
The Hornet’s Nest
“The Hornet’s Nest” exemplifies the heroism and courage of our military personnel who face endless gun battles, roadside bombings and sniper fire.
Mike Misner - Music Techy
We visit with an accomplished musician who went back to school at Autry Tech so he could continue his life’s passion.
Demographics Do Not Define Destiny
Growing up in poverty should not limit a person’s educational opportunities.