A pedestrian and numerous motorists make their way carefully across a slippery Gore Boulevard Wednesday afternoon as frozen rain and snow pelted the area. (Michael D. Pope photo)
Lawton and Southwest Oklahoma braced for the arrival of a late winter storm Wednesday. That storm, expected to bring freezing rain, sleet, and snow, resulted in many closures of schools and other institutions.
Chattanooga 4-H-er Stephanie Morefield holds her lamb’s head up for the judge’s inspection during the Comanche County Spring Fair & Livestock Expo sheep show on Wednesday.
The number of exhibitors showing meat goats at the Comanche County Spring Fair & Livestock Expo jumped dramatically this year.
A runner is intent on finishing his course through Elmer Thomas Park Wednesday despite the arrival of wind-blown snow and sleet.
The Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) declared a blood emergency across the state as its supply has reached a less than one-day inventory due to weather-related cancellations.
Many people attend in alter egos and enjoy the day at the Underground Monster Carnival as characters from TV, movies or books.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Underground Monster Carnival brings back the feel of an old-time carnival with side shows and the visitors are coming out all dressed up  but in this case in the guise of their favorite superhero, horror creature, steampunk or any sci-fi personage they can design.
Pfc. Kyle Higgins launches a Raven unmanned aerial vehicle into the winds on Fort Sill’s East Range Tuesday.
The 3rd Battalion, 13th Field Artillery's Ravens are again soaring in the skies over Fort Sill.
Waiting to show their pigs Tuesday at the Comanche County Spring Fair & Livestock Expo are, from left, Hayleigh Baker, Lancye Cochrane and Kaytlan Cochrane.
Lawton FFA member Kathryn Carroll stroked her sleepy, contented pig as the pair waited for the Comanche County Spring Fair & Livestock swine show to rev up on Tuesday.
A pedestrian and numerous motorists make their way carefully across a slippery Gore Boulevard Wednesday afternoon as frozen rain and snow pelted the area. (Michael D. Pope photo)
Chattanooga 4-H-er Stephanie Morefield holds her lamb’s head up for the judge’s inspection during the Comanche County Spring Fair & Livestock Expo sheep show on Wednesday.
A runner is intent on finishing his course through Elmer Thomas Park Wednesday despite the arrival of wind-blown snow and sleet.
Many people attend in alter egos and enjoy the day at the Underground Monster Carnival as characters from TV, movies or books.
Pfc. Kyle Higgins launches a Raven unmanned aerial vehicle into the winds on Fort Sill’s East Range Tuesday.
Waiting to show their pigs Tuesday at the Comanche County Spring Fair & Livestock Expo are, from left, Hayleigh Baker, Lancye Cochrane and Kaytlan Cochrane.

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