- Breaking News
UPDATE: Power returns to RSU after blown transformer
An electrical transformer that sends power to parts of Rogers State University exploded Thursday morning, leaving the Administrative and Enrollment building in the dark.
REVISED: Christ Presbyterian Church fallen by blaze
Firefighters battled a heavy fire Saturday night that destroyed the Christ Presbyterian Church, 310 N. Weenonah Ave. in Claremore.
Delay possible for RSU's NCAA Division II transition
The NCAA has verbally notified Rogers State University about a recent decision by the organization’s membership committee requiring RSU to repeat year-one of the NCAA Division II candidacy period.
UPDATE: Incorrect case number may put county sales tax up in air
Rogers County could be facing an issue with the June 26, 2012 1/3 cent sales tax election designed to pay the $32.5 million judgement awarded to Material Services Inc.
Supreme Court strikes down federal marriage provision
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that legally married same-sex couples should get the same federal benefits as heterosexual couples.
Supreme Court voids key part of Voting Rights Act
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a key provision of the landmark Voting Rights Act cannot be enforced unless Congress comes up with an up-to-date formula for deciding which states and localities still need federal monitoring.
Volturo tabbed RSU interim AD
Rogers State University has named Tom Volturo to serve as its interim athletics director while the university completes a national search to fill the position permanently, RSU President Dr. Larry Rice announced.
Double fatality on Will Rogers Turnpike near Claremore
A Texas woman and her teenage daughter died early Saturday morning in a double fatality accident on the Will Rogers Turnpike in Rogers County.
UPDATE: Oil pipeline inspection underway at Oologah Lake
A routine maintenance inspection of an oil pipeline below the floor of Oologah Lake is currently underway, according to information provided by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Tulsa District.
Court sides with Oklahoma in Red River dispute
The Supreme Court on Thursday decisively sided with Oklahoma and rejected Texas’ claim that it has a right under a 30-year-old agreement to cross their common border for water to serve the fast-growing Fort Worth area.
- More Breaking News Headlines
- UPDATE: Power returns to RSU after blown transformer