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5 Reasons Kraftwerk Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

German electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk deserve to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Continue reading…

Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness

In a way, Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry are inseparable, even though the band and its singer have taken slightly different career paths over the past four decades. Continue reading…

40 Years Ago: Alice Cooper Brings 'From the Inside' Out of the Sanitarium

Shock rock icon’s 11th album marked change of approach after he’d been treated for alcoholism. Continue reading…

Bruce Kulick Talks Solo Kiss Kruise Show: 'Revisiting This Material Was Pretty Frightening'

"I know the reaction is great, and I'm totally thrilled. None of them know how tortured I was by this." Continue reading…

Listen to Chris Cornell's Mash-Up of Metallica and U2's 'One' Songs

The Soundgarden frontman sang the lyrics to Metallica's "One" to the tune of U2's song of the same name onstage in 2015. Continue reading…

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Thunder guard Terrance Ferguson excused from Phoenix trip for personal reasons

By Maddie LeeThunder shooting guard Terrance Ferguson did not travel with OKC to Phoenix. He was excused from Saturday's game against the Suns for personal reasons, per the Thunder.Ferguson has started every game for the Thunder this season, averaging 4.4 points and 2.1 rebounds in 14 games.

OSU football: Cowboys likely without Justice Hill, J.D. King vs. West Virginia

By Nathan RuizSTILLWATER — Oklahoma State will likely be without two of its top running backs for Saturday's game against West Virginia.Justice Hill (bruised ribs) and J.D. King (undisclosed injury) were not in uniform for the team's pregame warmups ahead of the Cowboys' 2:30 p.m.

Vote in The Oklahoman's city-area high school football Player of the Week Fan Poll

By Adam KempThe Oklahoman’s Fans’ Choice Player of the Week poll for the top performances by OKC-area players in Week 2 of the Oklahoma high school football playoffs highlight some standout individual performances.The poll is live, and fans can vote once before it closes at 4 p.m.

Live Coverage: OSU vs. West Virginia

Follow live updates from the OSU-West Virginia game.

Oklahoma City streetcar system construction differences resolved

By William CrumOklahoma City's MAPS 3 office has reached a $675,000 agreement with the streetcar system contractor, Herzog/Stacy & Witbeck, to resolve "contested" items and costs associated with special requests that cropped up during construction.One significant dispute was over whether specifications allowed for aggregate mixed with recycled concrete to be installed beneath the track bed.The city said aggregate containing no recycled concrete was required and is paying the contractor $115,000 to resolve the question.The city also had the contractor move operations at various times to accommodate downtown events, resulting in increased overhead.The city is paying $211,000 to compensate for those costs and an additional $143,300 for the contractor's costs in closing out the project.With the system essentially complete, the cost to install the 6.9 miles of service track, overhead poles and wires, electrical substations, boarding platforms and related equipment stands at $56.1 million.Herzog/Stacy & Witbeck's original bid to build the system was $50 million.The project is financed by revenue from the MAPS 3 sales tax approved by voters in December 2009.The streetcar will begin service next month, nine years after voters gave the OK. 

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