The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has increased a reward for information in an October murder case that took place in Langston.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering a reward up to $1,000 for any information that leads the the arrest of the person(s) responsible for killing 19-year-old Brandon DuPree on Saturday night at a party just off the Langston University campus.
The Tri-City Little Lions, a team made up of children from the Coyle, Langston, and Meridian area, are seeking their seventh league championship on Saturday, October 27 with a game time of 7 p.m.
Three students, including a Langston University sophomore, were surprised with $40,000 college scholarships live on “Good Morning America,” after speaking out about how rising tuition costs have cast their dreams of higher education into question.
Updated on Sunday, October 21 at 12:10 p.m. Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations has confirmed with Guthrie News Page the victim in the Langston shooting has died.
A Langston University student sits behind bars in the Logan County Jail after she reportedly admitted to speaking with four individuals to carry out a murder for hire on her ex-boyfriend.
Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Secret Service, followed a trail that led them to thousands of counterfeit dollars, an embossing machine, cash and merchandise.
A man has been charged after allegedly stealing a trailer full of livestock from Langston University. Cody Joseph Porter, 32, has been charged with larceny of implements of husbandry, larceny of livestock, burglary in the second degree, cruelty to animals, knowingly concealing stolen property and pattern of criminal activity, according to District Attorney Laura Austin […]
Six fire departments battled a blaze that engulfed two structures and a vehicle late Monday night.
The Town of Langston is inviting the public for a Memorial Day Observance for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for freedom and thank those men and women of the U.S. Military for their service.
Washington, DC – The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) Board Chairman, Jim Clifton announced the additions of Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond, President, Central State University, and Dr. Kent J. Smith, Jr., President, Langston University, as the two newest additions to the TMCF Board of Directors.
The Langston Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of the police chief and on the same day named a new chief.
Langston, Oklahoma – Carlos Robinson has been appointed as Langston University’s new Director of Admissions, Recruitment and, Outreach Programs, effective February 26.
Several Logan County-based churches, the Langston City Lions Club and the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. partnered together to “Show Some LOVE” to residents of the Oklahoma City Ronald McDonald House on Valentine’s Day!! The management and staff of the charitable residence received the donation and expressions of hope for the families with as much […]
Mautra S. Jones succeeds former board member Scott Williams
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Fallin today announced she has appointed Mautra S. Jones to the Office of Juvenile Affairs (OJA) Board of Directors. She fills the seat vacated by Scott Williams, who tendered his resignation as a member of the OJA governing board in September.
The Veterans Day National Committee of the Department of Veterans Affairs recognizes select Veterans Day observances throughout the country that represent fitting tributes to America’s heroes serve as models for other communities to follow in planning their own observances. The Town of Langston City has been designated a 2017 National Veterans Day Regional Site. Although […]
The fall semester officially started this week at Langston University. The University welcomed a new freshman class for the 2017 fall semester, and the campus is bustling with excitement! Freshman move-in started last week. New students participated in a series of events including freshman orientation known as Lion Camp. The orientation is designed for incoming students to […]
WACO, Texas – Langston University’s (Okla.) Donnita Drain-Rogers has earned the distinction of 2016-17 RRAC Athletic Director of the Year, two years after returning to the school to take the lead role with the Lions’ program. Rogers was the head women’s basketball for Langston from 2000-08 and, since her return in 2015, the department has […]
A Langston University student says she does not recall stabbing a male student last week with a pair of scissors. Now, the suspect is facing an assault with a dangerous weapon charge.