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WASHINGTON (AP) The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week to nearly the lowest level in seven years, a sign hiring may be picking up.
On the morning of Jan.
Three city councilmen berated City Manager Bryan Long Tuesday, saying Long changed the implementation date of a police-related administrative policy without notifying them.
A Cameron University student has filed a federal lawsuit claiming the school has violated his constitutional rights to freedom of speech and religion.
A local man arrested this week after police and prosecutors allege he maliciously injured his girlfriend's young daughter because she was crying is possibly facing up to life in prison.
Two officers previously placed on administrative leave following a lethal shooting of an armed man in March are back working at the Lawton Police Department, but they have not yet been f
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) All of Oklahoma's oil wells would be taxed at a standard 2 percent rate for the first three years of production under a measure Gov.
A former Lawton resident won out over his party opponent in the Texas attorney general's race during Tuesday's Republican primary runoff election.
An arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for a 25-year-old Duncan man accused of taking photos of a naked woman in a tanning bed while she was unaware.
A 46-year-old Altus man died Wednesday following a motorcycle verses tractor-trailer collision in Greer County.
The Comanche County Courthouse is spreading the word about a new scam affecting citizens of the county participating in their civic duty.
WASHINGTON (AP) When President Barack Obama announced he was looking for ways to ease deportations without going through Congress, Republicans called it a case study in overreach, argui
A top Federal Reserve official says he's "not in a rush" to start raising the central bank's rock-bottom interest rates despite his view that the economy is improving after a weather-rel
Fort Sill's Housing Services Office will host a brown bag series on state and federal housing laws June 11 and 12.
WASHINGTON (AP) The Obama administration on Wednesday named 12 regions of the country that will receive special attention under a new federal program designed to help make them more att
TULSA (AP) A federal judge in Tulsa has sentenced a former oil company employee to more than four years in prison for embezzling nearly $700,000.
Curt Williams and Brittany Loyd will be in concert in and around the Lawton area over the next several days.
By helping break down color barriers in the military more than 60 years ago, one Lawtonian made it possible for his grandson to attend the U.S.
City Council members will meet in special session later this week to continue their discussion on a new Capital Improvements Program, after failing to reach agreement on the plan they wa
A jury was chosen Tuesday after six hours of questioning to hear evidence against a Lawton man accused of causing the death of his wife's 2-year-old son.
Ken Price, chairman of the Comanche County Fairgrounds Trust Authority, said Tuesday he wants to hold off on discussion of a proposed upgrade to one entrance of the Coliseum Annex and a
Timothy Delahoy, one of five teens accused of helping Thorsten Rushing plan and execute the murders of his father and brother earlier this year, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to two counts
Police are looking into what may have been a drive-by shooting Tuesday.
A wet weekend followed by an equally wet Memorial Day Monday spilled over to Tuesday for many Southwest Oklahomans with some locations receiving over an inch of rain.
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