Easter eggs memorializing child destroyed at Altus park

A heart-breaking story out of Altus where a family says Easter eggs they created to remember their deceased 9-year-old son were destroyed.

  Woman pleads for return of her therapy pig

A New Mexico woman is pleading for the public's help in finding her beloved pet pig. She said the therapy animal was stolen from her front yard.
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  Ex-Vice President Joe Biden joins presidential race

He launched his presidential campaign with a video posted to YouTube that said the "soul of this nation" is at stake.


  Community helping local business owner reopen after fire

Medical Examiner report released on homicide from March

  Duncan Regional Hospital National Take Back Day

Fire damages home, family pets die in early morning Lawton fire

  First Alert Forecast

Conditions will remain dry today, tomorrow, and the first half of Saturday. Saturday evening into Sunday morning a few rain and storm chances move in.
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Massachusetts judge charged with helping man evade ICE by sneaking out back door of courthouse

Massachusetts U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling said the charges were not meant to send a message about immigration policy. Everyone must be held to the rule of law, even the privileged and powerful, he said.

  Chronic Wasting Disease in Oklahoma

  Certificate of Courage presented to crash survivor

  ‘Spring Tea’ event happening at Mattie Beale House

  Lawton hospitals share their support for Medicaid expansion

  Lawton man pleads guilty to sexually assaulting teen girl

  LFD investigating fire at vacant home

  Marie Detty clinic in Duncan holds open house

  Retirement celebration held for Lawton fire chief Dewayne Burk

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North Korea billed the U.S. $2 million for Otto Warmbier’s care, according to reports

The college student was in a coma for most of his sentence in North Korea. He was arrested for taking down a propaganda poster, and sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor.