After two years of study and debate, the Department of Defense has made a policy change, effective next November, to allow 16 million honorably discharged veterans to shop online for discounted mil
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Fifth-graders at Woodland Hills Elementary got a first-hand taste of what it is like to live and dance during America's Colonial era Thursday.
The City of Lawton will be assuming control of Fort Sill's stray animals under an agreement approved last week by the City Council.
Southwest Oklahoma again dodged the bullet Saturday on the forecast of a winter weather storm with icy conditions.
Lawton businessman Kenneth Easton has become the new chairman of the McMahon Foundation board of trustees after the board conducted its annual election of officers last week.
A section of Pennsylvania Avenue will be dedicated to the late Stanley Haywood Monday during a special morning ceremony.
A burst of frigid weather dampened donations, but not spirits, during last year's Holiday in the Park, according to Earl Mack, treasurer of the Holiday in the Park board.
A local disabled veteran has begun a Kickstarter campaign to launch a product he designed that has the potential to save lives of American service members and law enforcement officers.
A highly contagious fowl disease causes the destruction of millions of laying hens in the Midwest.
Immediately, the price of eggs paid by consumers rises precipitately.
Banks led U.S. stock indexes mostly higher Friday, propelling the Nasdaq composite index to its fourth record high this week.