From left, U.S. Army Field Band member Sergeant Major Robert McIver, Jr., is seen through an open window with his sons Hugh, 6, and Ethan, 4, in their Catonsville, Md., home, Thursday, March 26, 2020, as U.S. Army Field Band’s daily “We Stand Ready” virtual concert series from Fort George G.…

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LAWTON, OK — X is marking the spot as businesses are making sure customers keep their distance, even while shopping.

MEDICINE PARK, OK — The Medicine Park Economic Development Authority approved the dispersal of emergency funds leftover from a 1995 federal program to help businesses in Medicine Park who have closed their doors due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

LAWTON, OK — City Council members gave Mayor Stan Booker permission Tuesday to move the City of Lawton into what Gov. Kevin Stitt has designated as "Safer at Home," which will close non-essential businesses.

LAWTON, OK — Comanche County Memorial Hospital is only allowing visitors in rare situations as it continues to take precautions amid the COVID-19 epidemic.

In the interest of educating the public on the spread of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), Insurify’s researchers created one of the first interactive, continuously updating maps documenting the daily proliferation of the virus in the United States since the first case was identified in W…

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LAWTON, OK — Lawton Public Schools opened their feeding sites on Monday. Several parents, some who have lost jobs, showed up to claim a free sack lunch for their kids in the wake of school closings. 

LAWTON, OK — With the Comanche County Courthouse closed to the public and staff cut during the State of Emergency due to the threat of COVID-19, new court protocols go into effect Monday to keep the wheels of justice moving. 

OKLAHOMA CITY — In an effort to support a whole-of-Oklahoma-government response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Oklahoma National Guard has activated its Joint Task Force at the Oklahoma National Guard Regional Training Institute in Oklahoma City.

Due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, Special Olympics Oklahoma has canceled all April and May sports training, competition and special events, including the Summer Games that were scheduled for May 13-15.

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