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Trials for both men accused of shooting and killing 17-year-old Alec McGlory in April 2013 have been postponed following additional court hearings this week.
Recipients of this year's Lawton Rangers college scholarships have been announced.
Two suspects have been charged in connection with a May 2 shooting that appears to have been the result of an attempted robbery.
City Council members offered their opinions on a new Capital Improvements Program Tuesday, then said they would open discussions to the general public during a special meeting next week.
The second of five teens accused of helping to plan the killings of Uwe and Stefan Rushing earlier this year was bound over for trial following a hearing in district court Tuesday.
Thirteen Lawton area high school seniors were awarded a total of $23,500 in scholarships and were recognized at the Lawton Community Foundation's annual scholarship breakfast Monday at C
Bobby Wetzel believes that going to the first-ever Lawton/Southwest Oklahoma Stand Down saved his father's life.
Lawton Police Department Officers escorted one "Flame of Hope" through east Lawton Monday, and two officers have pledged to take the torch all the way to Stillwater this week for the opening ceremo
The second annual Lawton-Southwest Oklahoma Veterans Stand Down will take place Friday at Centenary United Methodist Church, 704 SW D.
A proposal for a new Capital Improvements Program to provide funding for public safety, public infrastructure and two educational entities will top the agenda when the City Council meets in regular
The Boy Scouts of America aims to help youth develop the skills needed to become "prepared for life," often striving to instill a desire to help others for years to come.
Tables were filled with goodies and even the queen of England made an appearance at Eisenhower Elementary School, but the real royalty were the moms who showed up to see their youngsters
City Council members will be looking this week at a proposal for a new Capital Improvements Program, one that combines public safety projects with funding for Lawton Public Schools, impr
The Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce will celebrate its 50th anniversary of presenting the Armed Forces Day Parade on Saturday.
Out-of-town travel is easier for students at Lawton Public Schools thanks to a gift from the McMahon Foundation.
The Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women recognized five Comanche County women Saturday for their impact on their communities.
To the accompaniment of the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance," wise words, laughter, tears and celebratory fireworks, Cameron University's Class of 2014 made the transition from student
The long-awaited day of reckoning for the first class of Oklahoma third-graders subject to the Reading Sufficiency Act arrived Friday with good news for Lawton Public Schools.
Authorities are on the lookout for a man believed to have set fire to his estranged wife's home Friday.
The heroic story of Father Emil Kapaun held the crowd spellbound at Fort Sill's National Prayer Luncheon on Thursday.
Wet pavement dampened riders' enthusiasm for Fort Sill's ninth annual "Freedom's Thunder" Motorcycle Safety Rally on Thursday.
Archery team members from Flower Mound School had a harrowing experience on their way to a national tournament when their charter bus caught on fire early Thursday morning near Catoosa.
Life has not been easy for Tammy Hornbeck but thanks to her faith, perseverance and the support of her loved ones, she will be a college graduate after walking across the stage at Camer
Old friends have moved B.C. Swinney Elementary School much closer to its goal of having special-needs-friendly playground equipment.
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