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Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1335
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine global warming.
USDA Climate Change 2013
U.S. Department of Agriculture reports indicate that climate change could benefit some agriculture sectors.
Creative Minds Are Building Bridges
Turning ideas into creative innovations is changing the world one idea at a time.
A Creative and Tasty Business
Sprinkles is the world's first cupcake bakery and is credited with the gourmet cupcake craze.
Stringing Up Success
Metro Technology Centers students put their creative skills together to design and produce an art piece that stretches five stories high.
Robert Sommers - Teaching Today's Learners
Oklahoma’s secretary of education and workforce development believes creativity is important in the classroom.
Spark a Movement
Fuse Corps enlists entrepreneurial leaders into public service to help drive meaningful social change in local government.
Metro Tech Art Installation for Creative Oklahoma
Value Added: Students from Metro Tech showcase their creative art piece at this year’s Creativity Forum at the Civic Center Music Hall.
A Tribute to Woody Guthrie
The Woody Guthrie Center is dedicated to celebrating Woody’s life and legacy and educating a new generation about his important role in American history.
Woody Guthrie - The Man and His Music
We learn about Woody Guthrie, one of Oklahoma’s native sons and an American treasure, from his granddaughter and a Guthrie archivist.
Politics in Oklahoma
Value Added: Oklahoma Republicans proudly proclaim the state as the reddest in the nation, so it may come as a bit of a surprise that Oklahoma’s history ...
Folk Music Celebration
We travel to Okemah, Okla., to a folk music celebration honoring a man whose legacy was often overlooked because of his socialist leanings.
Woody Guthrie - Oklahoma Hills
Woody Guthrie, a singer/songwriter who had a way of painting pictures with his ballads, wrote "Oklahoma Hills."
Crumbling Bridges
In both human and economic costs the collapse of the I-40 bridge near Webbers Falls ranks as one of the worst river disasters in Oklahoma history. Yet many ...
Investigating and Prosecuting Ag-Related Crimes
Cattle rustlers no longer hang for their crimes, but hunting the thieves down is still serious business for investigators.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1339
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine Oklahoma’s Native American heritage and explore the impact it has on all of our lives.
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.
Rose Hill - Digging Up History
Oklahoma has a rich history, and some of it is still being uncovered at the Rose Hill Mansion in Hugo.
A Familiar Haunting Melody
Value Added: Meet a family of Comanche flute players who are, in many ways, responsible for preserving an important tradition of Native Americans.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1341
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at health care reform and the Affordable Care Act.
Michael Ming - GE's Innovating Ideas
In its continuing efforts to power our lives, General Electric opens an oil and gas research center in downtown Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma's Own Civil Rights Leader
While Martin Luther King Jr. led the U.S. civil rights movement, Clara Luper emerged as Oklahoma's civil rights leader.
Will Obama Open Up Trade to Cuba?
Value Added: The White House could reverse a 50-year-old trade policy seen as a Cold War relic by a growing number of people in both countries.
Pandemic Vulnerabilities
Foreign diseases can affect the U.S. economy. We look at work underway to keep us safe from the threat of pandemics.
CareerTech Connection
CareerTech’s technology centers help businesses and individuals succeed in the economy and workplace through guidance and training.
Vince Orza - Still On Top
Value Added: Vince Orza discusses his dynamic career as a small business entrepreneur, corporate executive, TV news anchor, university professor and dean and ...
Charles Ford - Framing History
Former state Sen. Charles Ford has led the way in framing the history of the Oklahoma Capitol.
Gallery Provides Learning Experiences
The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art provides opportunities for students to experience art through exhibitions and programs.
The Dry and Rainy Years
Through the years Oklahoma has experienced its share of drought conditions – some spanning generations.
Oklahoma Exports Feed the World
We visit a small port along a small river that few Oklahomans even know exists to see some of the work being done locally to increase sales globally through ...