Robby Korth, KOSU

Robby Korth


Norman, OK, United States

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  • KOSU
  • The Roanoke Times

Past articles by Robby:

Two Oklahoma Higher Ed Institutions Wiping Student Debt With COVID Relief Funds

Langston University and Tulsa Community College announced their decisions this week. → Read More

Oklahoma Wants To Ramp Up Universities' COVID-19 Testing, But Lack Of Supplies Stands In The Way

Gov. Kevin Stitt says there are probably five times as many COVID-19 cases as what the state has confirmed thus far. → Read More

StateImpact Adds New Education Reporter

StateImpact Oklahoma, a collaboration of NPR member stations in Oklahoma, has added a new reporter to their team. Robby Korth joined StateImpact in October → Read More

Virginia Tech, Blacksburg High students join global strike demanding climate change action

BLACKSBURG — As millions of people rallied across the globe to fight climate change, hundreds gathered at Virginia Tech Friday to call for action from university, and national and world → Read More

McCracken backs off legal action over Roanoke County School Board seat

A former Roanoke County School Board member won’t pursue legal action to regain his seat after resigning it, he said this morning. → Read More

Radford's new president brings energy, specific goals

INSTITUTE, W. Va. — Brian Hemphill has earned a reputation for making things happen. → Read More

As boating season kicks off, conservation officers work to keep people safe

CLAYTOR LAKE — When David Peake talks to the driver of another boat, the conservation officer has a few questions. → Read More

Virginia Tech water study team faces financial struggles

BLACKSBURG — The Virginia Tech professor who helped expose elevated lead levels in Flint, Michigan, water said he would continue fighting for safe water, though it’s becoming increasingly difficult because of financials. → Read More

Virginia Tech's Flint team announces water getting better, urges residents more action needed

BLACKSBURG – Water in Flint, Michigan, is getting better, but there's still plenty of work to do, Virginia Tech researchers said Tuesday morning. → Read More

Virginia Tech researchers fought for Flint in water crisis

BLACKSBURG — Members of the Virginia Tech Flint Water Study team get a lot of questions. → Read More

Warrants issued for man in Rockbridge County for firing a weapon at law enforcement

Rockbridge County sheriff’s deputies are continuing their search for an “armed and dangerous man” south of Buena Vista and have released the charges against him via the agency’s Facebook page. → Read More

Blacksburg farm brewery specializes in ag-themed beers

BLACKSBURG — Rising Silo Brewery started as an excuse to make some beer for some thirsty farmers, but it has evolved into a trendy small business on the outskirts of town. → Read More

Pulaski scrambles to explain dumping of raw sewage

PULASKI — The truck with the 1,800-gallon tank carrying raw sewage climbed Draper Mountain, and into the earth the stinking waste flowed. → Read More

Montgomery County murder case included high speed chase, social media postings

CHRISTIANSBURG – Police continue to investigate the apparent slaying of a 59-year-old man in Montgomery County and its aftermath, which included a high speed chase in North Carolina and what could be incriminating social media postings. → Read More

Brother held in Rockingham County shooting

One Rockingham County man is in the hospital and his brother is accused of shooting him in the leg early this morning. → Read More

OSHA investigating tree trimmer's death in Blacksburg

A Christiansburg man died while trimming trees in a Blacksburg residential neighborhood Monday. → Read More