The Oklahoma News Report
September 09, 2016
Special | 27m 45s
Oklahoma shook longer and harder than ever before in recent days. The warning is clear, an even bigger earthquake is still very possible. Produce is plentiful at a northeast Oklahoma garden where citizens living in food deserts can learn to grow their own vegetables. And a new digital library project gives schools the opportunity to improve learning and save money.
Aired: 09/08/16 |
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