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The Rogers County District Attorney's Office will stay on to prosecute a high profile sexual assault case.
It involves four Bixby football players being accused of rape by instrumentation of a teammate last year.
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed a Tulsa County judge's decision to keep the Rogers County DA's office on board.

A suspect arrested for a deadly home invasion that ended with the death of the 80-year-old homeowner says he didn't do it.
Rick Davison was arrested at the Meadows Apartments yesterday.
He was arrested a little more than a week after a home invasion where 80-year-old James Rosenlieb was shot and killed.

The University of Oklahoma's new president says the school is losing millions of dollars a year.
The Oklahoman reports that Jim Gallogly says the school is losing $36 million a year because it's spending more than it is bringing in.
Gallogly says the total debt is nearly $1 billion and the debt service costs are almost $70 million a year.
When he takes office next month, Gallogly says his focus will be on "putting money into the right places".

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