There is so much negativity and bad news. I grew up poor and always had to struggle.
Lawton voters will be going to the polls Jan. 8 to decide whether they want to change the 2016 Capital Improvements Program to provide money for economic development and technology upgrades.
A discussion of the book "Letters of a Woman Homesteader" by Elinor Pruitt Stewart will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Cameron University library.
Lawton police had to Taser a man in midtown Monday running away morning from serving time.
APACHE - The Apache Fair is set to bring plenty of fun, food and games to Caddo County this week.
DUNCAN With a story as cutthroat as Cain and Abel, one brother is accused of trying to kill the other.
ANADARKO The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma will host a Presumptive Conditions Campaign Event Thursday and Friday.
An arrest warrant was issued Monday for a 44-year-old Duncan man accused of attempting to burn down his house and slicing at a police officer with a knife in a bid to force police to kill him, acco
Arrest warrants were issued Monday for a Duncan family accused of child neglect for allegedly exposing four children to a home littered with drugs and paraphernalia, according to investigators.
The Armed Forces YMCA has been in existence for 76 years in Lawton and is a United Way Agency.
ANADARKO The culture and history of 10 American Indian cultures will be on full display this week at the 83rd American Indian Exposition.
Proposals to call election to benefit economic development, to close out two Capital Improvements Programs, and to start a monthly event to revitalize downtown Lawton will top the agenda when the C
A 22-year-old Lawton woman was charged with selling cocaine in a drug deal gone wrong that resulted in the city's sixth homicide of the year.
When Michael Hodges approached his dad with an idea to break a Guiness Book of World Record, his dad Mike Hodges hopped on the bandwagon and said yes.
A group of high school students will be the first line of defense against technology issues when Lawton Public Schools returns to class next month.
A due process hearing for a Lawton Public Schools employee will resume at 4 p.m. today in John Shoemaker Education Center.
Two of the nation's largest veteran service organizations hold opposing views on the Defense Department's plan to tighten rules next year on the transfer of Post-9/11 GI Bill education benefits to
The Lawton Rangers brought its 80th annual PRCA Rodeo to downtown Lawton during the Lawton Celebration Parade Saturday.
The City Council will weigh a proposal Tuesday that would give Lawton millions of dollars in funding for economic development.
Seven women were honored for their life's accomplishments during the third annual Women of Color Expo Saturday at the Hilton Garden Inn.
Cameron University is among the higher education facilities in Oklahoma that say the use of medical marijuana won't be legal on their campuses.
State-mandated pay raises will be a blessing for certified teachers and support staff, but already have become a headache for local superintendents.
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