The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on October 16, 1994 · 190
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 190

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Saturday Evening Highlights 7 p.m. Something Wilder. Gene's argument with the custodian of the local dump gets his garbage permit revoked. (In Stereo) (CC). KFOR-TV (4). Dr. Qulnn, Medicine Woman. Unsuspected turmoil hits when Dr. Quinn donates her father's extensive book collection to start the town's first library. (In Stereo) (CC). KWTV (9). Cops. Police search for a reported prowler; a domestic violence call; a man suspected of possessing drug paraphernalia. (In Stereo) (PA) (CC). KOKH-TV (25). Beverly Hills, 90210 Brandon doubts the legitimacy of a basketball teammate; Brenda has trouble in drivers' training. (In Stereo) (CC) KOCB-TV (34) Korea: The Forgotten War. Combat footage is included in this documentary on American participation in the Korean War (1950-53), a battle officially designated as a U. . police action. Host: Robert Stack. (Repeat) DSC National Lampoon's Attack of the 5' 2" Women. Comic Julie Brown satirizes Tonya Hardly's involvement in an attack on another skater and the story of Juan Wayne Babbitt and his wife Lenora. (In Stereo) (CC) SHOW 7:30 p.m. Empty Nest. Carol gets advice on how to impress her boss when she wants more responsibility. (In Stereo) (CC). KFOR-TV (4). Cops. Officers chase a suspect in a car from which a gun was allegedly tossed; domestic disturbance. (Repeat) (In Stereo) (PA) (CC). KOKH-TV (25). 8 p.m. Sweet Justice. Kate tries to avoid the issue when Carrie Grace argues the case of an attorney who claims she was sexually harassed by a partner in James Lee's law firm. (In Stereo) (CC). KFOR-TV (4). Five Mrs. Buchanans. Delilah's opponent in the race for president of the Ladies Church Auxiliary finds out about her past as a stripper. (In Stereo) (CC). KWTV (9). America's Most Wanted. The profile of a young man in an abusive relationship with his boss that allegedly led to his death. (In Stereo) (CC). KOKH-TV (25). Statler Bros. Sammy Kershaw, Janie Frickie. (Repeat) (In Stereo) TNN 8:30 p.m. Girls Night Out. Stand-up comedy from Joan Fagen, Lee Frank, Martha Jane, Felicia Michaels and Margarette Trigg. Host: Melissa Rivers. (CC) LIFE 9 p.m. Sisters. Big Al's life changes when he rescues the governor's wife from drowning in the prison pool; Lucky disappears just as Frankie gets him the match of his career. (In Stereo) (CC). KFOR-TV (4). Commish. Tony suspects wrongdoing when one of his men poses as a cop on the take. (In Stereo) (CC). KOCO-TV (5). Walker, Texas Ranger. Walker is severely injured when he tries to rescue a baby trapped in a car which is hanging from a bridge railing. (In Stereo) (CC). KWTV (9). National Geographic on Assignment. An Egyptian chamber sealed over 4,600 years ago; a gondola builder in Venice; international dragon boat races. KTLC-TV (43) Justice Files. Interviews with men who are on death row and claim they are innocent. DSC Snowy River: The McGregor Saga. Emily and Colin's relationship is strained when a young woman with a baby arrives in Peterson's Ridge. (Repeat) (In Stereo) (CC) FAM White Shadow. The players go to a tournament in Las Vegas and gamble away money entrusted to them by the other students. NICK 9:30 p.m. Duckman. Duckman must stop Ajax from eloping with his vice principal. (Repeat) (In Stereo) (CC) USA KFOR, KOCO For Broadcast Given Awards News Work KFOR-TV (4) recently received two Emmy Awards in the regional presentations from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. One Emmy was for "News-Channel 4's Day of Tornadoes," covering tornadoes that swept across Oklahoma and Northern Texas. Chief meteorologist Mike Morgan was executive producer; Mike Duncan, photographer; Jeff Piotrowoski, reporter; and, Dick Freeman, technical engineer. The station also won an Emmy for "Special Engineering Achievement" for development of 1st Video. KFOR pio neered the technology and was the first broadcaster in the world to use the equipment that sends moving video through cellular phones. It is used for both weather and news reporting. Those credited are Melissa Klinzing, news director; Morgan; Freeman, fo-net director; and, Dick Marley, technical coordinator. KOCO-TV (5) has received "Best of Gannett" awards in several categories. KOCO is part of the Gannett Co. Inc., which includes nine television stations, 11 radio stations, 83 daily newspapers, USA Today, and North America's largest outdoor advertising company. The awards: Best Documentary: "Children First: Role Models" Barbara Gauthier, Dean Blev-ins, Charles Shepherd, Barry Brawley, KOCO News staff. Best Community Service Programming: "Five Who Care" Carol Wilkinson, Mac Troy, Jack Ahearn, KOCO staff. Best Documentary: "Long Journey Home" Jane Bra-den, Gary Wolfe. Best Spot News: "Hot Pursuit" Roy Orr, Scott Travis. Best Feature: "FLIR: Eyes That See at Night" Mike Gautreau, Phil Monahan. 50 October 16, 1994 TV NEWS

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