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Accountant Wants ORU Lawsuit To Go Ahead

A former accountant suing Oral Roberts University in Tulsa says he says he wants his case to move forward. More>>

Settlement Reached In ORU Lawsuit

ORU makes a deal with two former professors who had sued the university. More>>

Mart Green Discusses ORU Upgrades Video included

The paint is still drying at some Oral Roberts University buildings.  But, the ORU Board of Trustees chairman Mart Green says the hard work is behind them. More>>

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  • Changes On The Way For ORU

    Changes On The Way For ORU

    Wednesday, January 16 2008 3:23 PM EST2008-01-16 20:23:02 GMT
    Oral Roberts University is getting a multi-million dollar gift and the university is undergoing a massive restructuring.More >>
    Oral Roberts University is getting a multi-million dollar gift and the university is undergoing a massive restructuring. The News On 6's Ashli Sims reports Oklahoma City businessman and philanthropist Mart Green is taking the helm of a new governing board for the university.More >>
  • New Trustees Named At ORU

    New Trustees Named At ORU

    Wednesday, January 16 2008 9:07 PM EST2008-01-17 02:07:06 GMT
    Oral Roberts University's Board of Regents has borne some of the blame for the school's recent trouble. That is part of the reason Mart Green is scrapping the board and starting from scratch.More >>
    Oral Roberts University's Board of Regents has borne some of the blame for the school's recent trouble. That is part of the reason Mart Green is scrapping the board and starting from scratch.More >>
  • ORU Regents To Meet To Discuss The Future

    ORU Regents To Meet To Discuss The Future

    Friday, January 18 2008 5:06 PM EST2008-01-18 22:06:06 GMT
    The board of regents at Oral Roberts University are meeting Monday to discuss the school's future.   In the center of it all, how to get ORU out of millions of dollars in debt. More >>
    The board of regents at Oral Roberts University are meeting Monday to discuss the school's future.   In the center of it all, how to get ORU out of millions of dollars in debt. More >>
  • Ex-Supreme Court Judge To Be Mediator In ORU Lawsuit

    Ex-Supreme Court Judge To Be Mediator In ORU Lawsuit

    Monday, January 14 2008 9:07 AM EST2008-01-14 14:07:17 GMT
    A former Oklahoma Supreme Court justice will act as mediator between Oral Roberts University and three former professors who have sued the school for wrongful termination.More >>
  • Judge Issues Gag Order In ORU Case

    Judge Issues Gag Order In ORU Case

    Friday, January 11 2008 9:31 PM EST2008-01-12 02:31:28 GMT
    A judge issued a gag order on Friday in a lawsuit filed by two former Oral Roberts University professors.  The suit names the school and former president Richard Roberts.More >>
    A judge issued a gag order on Friday in a lawsuit filed by two former Oral Roberts University professors.  The suit names the school and former president Richard Roberts.More >>
  • Pat Robertson Sends A Team To ORU

    Pat Robertson Sends A Team To ORU

    Thursday, January 3 2008 11:55 AM EST2008-01-03 16:55:52 GMT
    A delegation from Pat Robertson's Regent University is meeting with leaders at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa. The host of the "700 Club" reached out last week to ORU officials. School officials say Robertson offered his support and would send a team to Tulsa to meet with Oral Roberts University officials. More >>
  • ORU Plaintiffs Intend To Push Lawsuits

    ORU Plaintiffs Intend To Push Lawsuits

    Thursday, January 3 2008 11:56 AM EST2008-01-03 16:56:30 GMT
    Richard Roberts takes his case to the students on Wednesday. The former president of Oral Roberts University told students in chapel he didn't want to step down, but God told him to resign. News On 6's Ashli Sims reports even Roberts' resignation won't stop him or the university his father founded from facing a string of lawsuits.More >>
  • New Details Regarding Meetings At ORU

    New Details Regarding Meetings At ORU

    Thursday, January 3 2008 11:57 AM EST2008-01-03 16:57:02 GMT
    The Oral Roberts Board of Regents dropped a couple of bombshells Tuesday night. A multi-million dollar donation was offered by an Oklahoma City businessman. The News On 6's Ashli Sims reports the regents say big changes are coming to the way ORU does business.More >>
  • Mart Green Could Be ORU's Financial Savior

    Mart Green Could Be ORU's Financial Savior

    The family of Mart Green has pledged $70 million to Oral Roberts University. The News On 6's Emory Bryan reports that's enough money to eliminate the debt at ORU and build a student center. More >>
    The family of Mart Green has pledged $70 million to Oral Roberts University. News On 6’s Emory Bryan reports that's enough money to eliminate the debt at ORU and build a student center. Green saysMore >>
  • Regents Meet To Begin Selection Of New President

    Regents Meet To Begin Selection Of New President

    Friday, January 18 2008 5:07 PM EST2008-01-18 22:07:39 GMT
    A regents meeting at Oral Roberts University has added significance now that they're looking for a president away from the founder's family. More >>
    A regents meeting at Oral Roberts University has added significance now that they're looking for a president away from the founder's family. Richard Roberts resigned from the school on Friday, but remains as the head of the overall ministry that is closely tied to the University. News On 6's Emory Bryan reports Pastor Billy Joe Daugherty is now acting head of the university. He's a regent and part of the discussion of what to do next.More >>
  • KOTV - 11/29/2007 9:53 PM - Updated 11/30/2007 6:18 AM

    Pat Robertson To Explore Possible Partnership With ORU

    Pat Robertson To Explore Possible Partnership With ORU

    Monday, December 31 2007 12:38 PM EST2007-12-31 17:38:20 GMT
    "The 700 Club's" Pat Robertson is looking to partner with Oral Roberts University. According to an ORU university spokesperson, Pat Robertson contacted ORU regents and offered his support.More >>
  • ORU President Resigns

    ORU President Resigns

    The head of Oral Roberts University stepped down Friday amid accusations of misconduct. The resignation is effective immediately.More >>
    The head of Oral Roberts University stepped down Friday amid accusations of misconduct. The resignation is effective immediately. Now, the university will begin searching for a new president. The News On 6's Chris Wright reports that the students who have remained on campus for the holiday weekend say ORU will weather this storm. More >>
  • Additional Lawsuits Filed Against Oral Roberts University

    Additional Lawsuits Filed Against Oral Roberts University

    Friday, January 18 2008 5:09 PM EST2008-01-18 22:09:15 GMT
    Three new lawsuits are filed against Oral Roberts University. Two students have filed suit claiming the value of their education is less because of the ongoing financial scandals at the school.More >>
    Three new lawsuits are filed against Oral Roberts University. Two students have filed suit claiming the value of their education is less because of the ongoing financial scandals at the school. A former accountant claims he was ordered to "cook the books" to cheat the government out of taxes. The News On 6's Emory Bryan reports the accountant's lawsuit claims he was fired just as an audit of the university was about to begin.More >>
  • Subpoenas Fought In ORU Case

    Subpoenas Fought In ORU Case

    Friday, January 18 2008 5:15 PM EST2008-01-18 22:15:31 GMT
    Attorneys for Oral Roberts University are fighting three subpoenas given to the university pilot, head of security and a private investigator.More >>
    Attorneys for Oral Roberts University are fighting three subpoenas given to the university pilot, head of security and a private investigator. They say the subpoenas are part of the plaintiff's attempt to smear the university and don't have anything to do with wrongful termination.More >>
  • ORU Faculty Says "No" To Richard Roberts

    ORU Faculty Says "No" To Richard Roberts

    Friday, January 18 2008 5:11 PM EST2008-01-18 22:11:03 GMT
    The majority of the faculty at Oral Roberts University surveyed at a meeting on Monday does not believe that Richard Roberts should continue as president. More >>
    The majority of the faculty at Oral Roberts University surveyed at a meeting on Monday does not believe that Richard Roberts should continue as president. The News On 6's Ashli Sims reports 80% of the faculty polled were not in favor of Richard Roberts returning to the helm. The president's attorney, however, remains optimistic that Richard Roberts will once again lead the university.More >>
  • Richard Roberts Claims Troubles Were Foreseen

    Richard Roberts Claims Troubles Were Foreseen

    Friday, January 18 2008 5:13 PM EST2008-01-18 22:13:30 GMT
    The president of Oral Roberts University says he received a prophecy six months ago warning of troubled times ahead. More >>
    The president of Oral Roberts University says he received a prophecy six months ago warning of troubled times ahead. Richard Roberts says the prophecy came from an out-of-state minister who predicted a "major storm."More >>
  • "No Confidence" Faculty Vote

    "No Confidence" Faculty Vote

    Thursday, January 10 2008 8:41 PM EST2008-01-11 01:41:44 GMT
    There are new problems for Richard Roberts. The Oral Roberts University president has now received a vote of "no confidence" from the university's tenured faculty. The resolution says the faculty approved the motion without regard to the outcome of the current lawsuit against ORU. More >>
  • ORU Faculty Approves No Confidence Resolution

    ORU Faculty Approves No Confidence Resolution

    The president of Oral Roberts University has now received a vote of no confidence from the university's tenured faculty.More >>
    The president of Oral Roberts University has now received a vote of no confidence from the university's tenured faculty.More >>
  • KOTV - 11/9/2007 5:39 PM - Updated 11/10/2007 2:50 PM

    More Defendants Added To ORU Lawsuit

    More Defendants Added To ORU Lawsuit

    Thursday, January 10 2008 7:46 PM EST2008-01-11 00:46:05 GMT
    A lawsuit against Oral Roberts University is expanding. Three former professors suing the school are now including Oral Roberts Ministries in the lawsuit. Former professors John Swails, Tim Brooker and Brooker's wife Paulita, also a former professor, are suing ORU and Richard Roberts for wrongful termination. Their attorney says they have added Oral Roberts Ministries to the suit because that is who provided their paychecks.More >>
  • ORU Millions Of Dollars In Debt

    ORU Millions Of Dollars In Debt

    There's new information regarding the financial problems at Tulsa's Oral Roberts University. The chairman of ORU's Board of Regents says the school is $52 million in debt. More >>
    There's new information regarding the financial problems at Tulsa's Oral Roberts University. The chairman of ORU's Board of Regents says the school is $52 million in debt. The disclosure comes after a lawsuit accused Oral Roberts University President Richard Roberts and his wife, Lindsay, of out-of-control spending and using school money to remodel their home 11 times in over 14 years.More >>
  • ORU President Asks For Leave

    ORU President Asks For Leave

    Oral Roberts University President Richard Roberts has been given a leave of absence from the school. Tulsa Pastor Billy Joe Daugherty has been named acting president. More >>
    Oral Roberts University President Richard Roberts has been given a leave of absence from the school. Tulsa Pastor Billy Joe Daugherty has been named acting president. The News On 6's Emory Bryan reports the request for the leave of absence and the decision to pick Daugherty to lead the school came in a series of meetings by the ORU Board of Regents Wednesday morning.More >>
  • Attorney Responds To Latest Motion Filed In ORU Case

    Attorney Responds To Latest Motion Filed In ORU Case

    Thursday, January 10 2008 9:12 PM EST2008-01-11 02:12:46 GMT
    The attorney who filed the lawsuit against Oral Roberts University responds to a move to disqualify him. Lawyers for the university filed a motion Friday claiming the opposing counsel, Gary Richardson, has a conflict of interest and should be removed from the case. The News On 6's Ashli Sims reports ORU's attorneys claim Gary Richardson is playing both sides of the fence.More >>
  • More Information On University Lawsuit

    More Information On University Lawsuit

    Thursday, January 17 2008 4:07 PM EST2008-01-17 21:07:36 GMT
    Former professors add to their lawsuit against Oral Roberts University in Tulsa. The lawsuit names new defendants, makes new allegations, and releases more information.More >>
    Former professors add to their lawsuit against Oral Roberts University in Tulsa. The lawsuit names new defendants, makes new allegations, and releases more information. The News On 6's Joshua Brakhage reports the professors have added the Oral Roberts University Board of Regents to the case.More >>
  • Richard Roberts Agrees To News On 6 Interview

    Richard Roberts Agrees To News On 6 Interview

    ORU President Richard Roberts has agreed to be interviewed, live on The News On 6, an ORU representative said. More >>
    ORU President Richard Roberts has agreed to be interviewed, live on The News On 6, an ORU representative said. Roberts will sit down with Six in the Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor in the 6 o'clock hour of Friday's show. It will be his first Tulsa television interview since a lawsuit was filed alleging wrongful termination and misuse of funds. More >>
  • Richard Roberts Talks About Lawsuit On "Larry King Live"

    Richard Roberts Talks About Lawsuit On "Larry King Live"

    Thursday, January 17 2008 4:08 PM EST2008-01-17 21:08:37 GMT
    Oral Roberts University president Richard Roberts gave his first public interview Tuesday night, one week after being sued by three former professors. More >>
    Oral Roberts University president Richard Roberts gave his first public interview Tuesday night, one week after being sued by three former professors. Roberts and his wife Lindsay appeared on CNN's "Larry King Live." During the interview, Roberts stressed that he has done nothing wrong, and the allegations he is facing are completely unfounded. The News On 6's Chris Wright reports Roberts' father Oral also weighed in.More >>
  • Group Demands Roberts Step Down As ORU President

    Group Demands Roberts Step Down As ORU President

    Thursday, January 17 2008 4:09 PM EST2008-01-17 21:09:00 GMT
    There are new developments from ORU and its spending scandal. A private group is demanding Richard Roberts, Oral Roberts' president and the founder's son, resign his position. More >>
    There are new developments from ORU and its spending scandal. A private group is demanding Richard Roberts, Oral Roberts' president and the founder's son, resign his position. More >>
  • Three Former Professors Sue School

    Three Former Professors Sue School

    Oral Roberts University, ORU's president Richard Roberts, and other school leaders are named in a wrongful termination and defamation lawsuit on Tuesday. More >>
    Oral Roberts University, ORU's president Richard Roberts, and other school leaders are named in a wrongful termination and defamation lawsuit on Tuesday. The lawsuit was filed in Tulsa County District Court. News On 6 anchor Craig Day reports the suit was filed by three former professors who say they were forced out, after bringing up concerns about how ORU is operated. More >>
  • Lawsuit Against ORU To Be Filed

    Lawsuit Against ORU To Be Filed

    Thursday, January 17 2008 4:09 PM EST2008-01-17 21:09:18 GMT
    Oral Roberts University faces a lawsuit alleging serious accusations.More >>
    Oral Roberts University faces a lawsuit alleging serious accusations.More >>
  • ORU Lawsuit TimelineMore>>

  • Three Former Professors Sue School

    Three Former Professors Sue School

    Oral Roberts University, ORU's president Richard Roberts, and other school leaders are named in a wrongful termination and defamation lawsuit on Tuesday. More >>
    Oral Roberts University, ORU's president Richard Roberts, and other school leaders are named in a wrongful termination and defamation lawsuit on Tuesday. The lawsuit was filed in Tulsa County District Court. News On 6 anchor Craig Day reports the suit was filed by three former professors who say they were forced out, after bringing up concerns about how ORU is operated. More >>
  • Richard Roberts Agrees To News On 6 Interview

    Richard Roberts Agrees To News On 6 Interview

    ORU President Richard Roberts has agreed to be interviewed, live on The News On 6, an ORU representative said. More >>
    ORU President Richard Roberts has agreed to be interviewed, live on The News On 6, an ORU representative said. Roberts will sit down with Six in the Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor in the 6 o'clock hour of Friday's show. It will be his first Tulsa television interview since a lawsuit was filed alleging wrongful termination and misuse of funds. More >>
  • ORU President Asks For Leave

    ORU President Asks For Leave

    Oral Roberts University President Richard Roberts has been given a leave of absence from the school. Tulsa Pastor Billy Joe Daugherty has been named acting president. More >>
    Oral Roberts University President Richard Roberts has been given a leave of absence from the school. Tulsa Pastor Billy Joe Daugherty has been named acting president. The News On 6's Emory Bryan reports the request for the leave of absence and the decision to pick Daugherty to lead the school came in a series of meetings by the ORU Board of Regents Wednesday morning.More >>
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