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Drought Impact on Oklahoma
Oklahomans are no strangers to the wrath of Mother Nature; we take look at the similarities of this year’s drought to the dust bowl of the 1930’s.
World Food Prize Laureate - Dr. Gebisa Ejeta
We meet World Food Prize winner, Gebisa Ejeta who is helping feed the world…thanks to some Oklahoma help decades ago.
Irish Ag Secretary - Dr. John Dardis
Agriculture in Oklahoma experienced a historic occasion when the very first Secretary of Agriculture from Ireland visited the state to explore possible ...
U.S. Wheat Exports
America is the largest wheat exporting nation in the world, but currently the biggest hurdle is not abroad, but right here in our nation's capitol.
Made in Oklahoma - Field's Pies
If there is a dessert dear to the hearts of Oklahomans, it's pie; and in this week's Made in Oklahoma moment, we visit Fields Pies in Pauls Valley.
A Gassy Lesson
CNG training offered at Tulsa Tech supports a greener infrastructure in Oklahoma.
Film Festival - Red Carpet Films
We attend the Red Carpet Film Festival in Norman to show you how a skilled workforce is needed to continue to expand Oklahoma's film industry.
Small Business - Small Businesses Taking Off
With more Americans becoming entrepreneurs, Oklahoma is quickly becoming a hot spot for small business.
Creativity World Forum - Metro Tech
Going global is as much about attitude as it is expertise; that's why when given the opportunity to interact with entrepreneurs from all around the globe, a ...
Historic Site, Monumental Stuff
The owners of Old Station Monuments in Perkins talk about their journey to entrepreneurial success.
OKC Water Quality
Farmers upstream of Oklahoma's capital are pitching in to implement conservation practices that would improve the water quality in Oklahoma City.
Whispering Meadows Vineyard and Winery
Located in downtown McAlester, Whispering Meadows Winery is a one stop shop for any wine connoisseur.
Strategic Innovation
Thanks to increased funding from the federal government, the impact of Oklahoma's budget cuts on education may be lessened in some of the state's most ...
Meridian Food Pantry
Hunger in America does not look like the images we have grown accustomed to seeing in developing nations. In this country, we have never had a famine yet ...
First Robotics
It's called STEM. A simple acronym for subjects that could determine our nation's future. Which is why almost 2 decades ago an IT entrepreneur decided to ...
Meridian Robotics
Competitive sports are among the most popular activities in high school and until recently, none have involved nuts and bolts. We take you to Oklahoma's FIRST ...
Interview With Meridian Team - Maximus Roboticus
We visit with members of Meridian Technology Center's Maximus Roboticus team as they prepare for this year's regional competition.
Lego Competition
Younger students are also testing the limits of what's possible and they're doing it with LEGOS. More than a hundred thousand children between 9 and 14 are ...
Interview With Harold Holley
We visit with Harold Holley, executive director of Oklahoma FIRST Robotics about the past and future of Oklahoma robotics.
El Reno Wind Tower
Estimates are that one wind technician is needed to service every ten mega-watts of wind generating capacity. In 2009, seven hundred new wind technicians were ...
Veteran Life After War
We introduce you to some disabled American veterans hoping to turn their military sacrifices into civilian success.
Lawton Boomtown
We go to Lawton to see why this Oklahoma town is booming in the midst of a national slowdown.
Plymouth Valley Cellars
Located in the heart of wheat country, just outside of Fairview, Oklahoma, is an orchard and winery owned by the Flaming family. While the winery offers a ...
Energy Debate - National Youth Energy Policy Conference
When it comes to our energy future, the decisions we make today will have the largest impact on our children. Which is something students at the Youth Policy ...
Water Runoff
Americans love their lawns, but a recent study shows the average homeowner applies six times the chemicals per acre than a farmer does. We look at the costs of ...
Wheat Harvest 2010
According to state wheat officials, this year's harvest is abnormally…normal; welcome news for an industry that suffered last year through one of the smallest ...
UAVs
The use of military drones has dramatically changed the demands on modern day pilots. Unmanned aerial vehicles, called UAVs, are being credited with lowering ...
Farm to School Helping Shawnee Students Eat Healthier
For many children, the most nutritious meals are when they are at school. Thanks to a program called Farm to School, lunches at Shawnee Public Schools are ...
Afghanistan Ag
Afghanistan is a largely agrarian, complex country that has struggled through decades of poverty and strife.
Highway Patrol Camp
We visit a summer camp in Burns Flat, Oklahoma, giving high-schoolers an up-close look at the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.