Sam Moyd, pastor of Zoe Christian Center, and Sgt. Tonya Criger of the Lawton Police Department's Community Policing Unit discuss plans for the first Stop the Violence Prayer Walk in November 2012.
The death of a south Lawton minister who led a Stop the Violence movement during a turbulent period of crime and worked in efforts to improve his community was felt as a great loss by a number of local ministers and city leaders. Dr. Sam Moyd, pastor of the Zoe Christian Center at 1112 SW Tennessee, died on Friday at age 55.
Lawton police identified a 3-year-old boy killed Sunday in a dog attack. Capt. Craig Akard, LPD information officer, said the boy  Jordan "Jo Jo" Collins-Tyson   was killed by a pit bull. Collins was bitten in the neck and killed.
WASHINGTON (AP)  Trading sharp words, a deeply divided Supreme Court upheld the use of a controversial drug in lethal-injection executions Monday, even as two dissenting justices said for the first time they think it's "highly likely" the death penalty itself is unconstitutional.
FREDERICK  The Frederick Main Street Inc. program project winner was the Star Square proposal for the downtown area that was decided among three proposals considered by local residents who attended last week's "A Food For Thought" dinner and voting event at the Great Plains Technology Center here.
MONTREAL (AP)  A look at the four teams playing in the semifinals at the Women's World Cup.
 From left, Jim Lambert and Jiha Choi provide musical accompaniment as Doris Lambert, right, conducts the Bella Voce choir through a rehearsal at Cameron University. The choir will perform a summer concert at 7:30 p.m. today at the McCutcheon Recital Hall at Cameron University, 2800 W. Gore.
Sam Moyd, pastor of Zoe Christian Center, and Sgt. Tonya Criger of the Lawton Police Department's Community Policing Unit discuss plans for the first Stop the Violence Prayer Walk in November 2012.

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