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Karl Torp Biography

Karl Torp is an American Emmy winning anchor for news 9. He joined news 9 in 2012 as a news reporter. He travels hours, working without sleep to help survivors who lost hope in helping Oklahomans in their darkest hour.

Karl Torp Age

Torp is 45 years old as of 2019. He was born on 02/24/1974 in Oklahoma City.

Karl Torp Married

The Emmy winning anchor is happily married, they are blessed with a son namely Kellen.

Karl Torp News 9

Karl Torp is an American Emmy winning anchor for news 9. He joined news 9 in 2012 as a news reporter. He travels hours, working without sleep to help survivors who lost hope in helping Oklahomans in their darkest hour.

Karl and his photojournalist used a backpack unit to broadcast some of the first live reports from Moore, OK. moments after a deadly EF5 tornado cut through town. Karl was awarded a Heartland Emmy Award for his role in News 9’s continuing coverage of the disaster.

Karl loves telling Oklahoma’s unique stories. His Emmy nominated series, Red Dirt Diaries, features a mix of characters who can be described as colorful, courageous, and quirky.

Karl is also a sports junkie. He loves to think of trades that would help the Oklahoma City Thunder win a World Championship, despite knowing little to nothing about salary caps and luxury taxes.

Karl Torp Award

Torp was awarded a Heartland Emmy Award for his role in News 9’s continuing coverage of the disaster.

Karl Torp Twitter

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Karl Torp News

Published: Monday, April 15th, 2019, 6:10 PM

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Source: www.news9.com

BETHANY, Oklahoma – An Oklahoma author pays tribute to the greatest generation through his new book.  Turns out the lessons of World War II described in the fictional novel “Mustang” are being taught by modern day military members. Author John Dwyer describes the pain of war through a young Oklahoma pilot who would become one of the country’s greatest flying aces.

Dwyer also dives deeper than glorious battle victories. “What war and losing friends and terror and fear does to the human soul,” says Dwyer about his latest novel, which was released at the end of May. The history professor sees the pain of war in some of his students at Southern Nazarene University in Bethany.More than 20% of the student population are active or retired military members. Three years ago, SNU was one of 13 schools nationwide to open a Veterans Center through a federal grant. “A veteran can walk in off the streets and have no idea how to use their benefits,” says Professor Bart Ermeling. Ermeling served several tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He’s now the assistant director of the SNU Veterans Center and helps guide students academically and emotionally.

“If they have issues or they are dealing with something, they know they can sit with me and just talk and peel back the onion and figure out what’s going on,” says Ermeling. Dwyer says interactions with current and newly retired military members influenced “Mustang” and helped him learn about soldiers from seven decades ago. “It was a shocking eye-opener, that goes beyond the magazine headlines of what these guys went through,” says Dwyer.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro business owner is upset over the smell coming from her neighbor. Jessi Lane owns Roc Animal Training and Behavior at Southwest 89th Street and Walker Avenue. She says occasionally her business is filled with a strong odor of marijuana. About a month ago, a dispensary opened right next door. Lane is worried about what it could mean for business.

“I have families in and out of here with kids. I don’t want to lose business. I don’t want a mom coming in with her school-age kids and they smell something, and they think I’m doing something,” says Lane. Lane has complained to the Medical Marijuana Authority. The dispensary next door says it now uses a filtration system after hearing from Lane. The dispensary also got Lane special charcoal filters for her vents.Lane says “Budz” doesn’t keep the filtration system on for long enough, but the owner maintains they only turn it off at night. The owners of the dispensary say Lane is exaggerating the claims because she wants the dispensary gone. “She’s going to whatever it takes to get us out,” says Budz owner Terry Isaacs, who says his business has been toured by the Department of Health twice and has been cited.

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