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  • United raising limit on payments to bumped flyers to $10,000

    United raising limit on payments to bumped flyers to $10,000

    Thursday, April 27 2017 8:40 AM EDT2017-04-27 12:40:26 GMT
    Thursday, April 27 2017 8:40 AM EDT2017-04-27 12:40:26 GMT

    United isn't saying whether ticket sales have dropped since the removal of a 69-year-old passenger by three airport security officers, but the airline's CEO admits it could be damaging.

    United isn't saying whether ticket sales have dropped since the removal of a 69-year-old passenger by three airport security officers, but the airline's CEO admits it could be damaging.

  • White House backs off as lawmakers work to avert shutdown

    White House backs off as lawmakers work to avert shutdown

    Thursday, April 27 2017 8:39 AM EDT2017-04-27 12:39:32 GMT
    Thursday, April 27 2017 8:39 AM EDT2017-04-27 12:39:32 GMT

    Lawmakers and the White House are nearing agreement on a $1 trillion spending bill days ahead of a government shutdown deadline - and President Trump's 100th day in office.

    Lawmakers and the White House are nearing agreement on a $1 trillion spending bill days ahead of a government shutdown deadline - and President Trump's 100th day in office.

  • Trump says US won't leave NAFTA _ for now

    Trump says US won't leave NAFTA _ for now

    Thursday, April 27 2017 8:39 AM EDT2017-04-27 12:39:28 GMT
    Thursday, April 27 2017 8:39 AM EDT2017-04-27 12:39:28 GMT

    President Donald Trump has told leaders of Mexico and Canada that he will not immediately bolt the North American Free Trade Agreement.

    President Donald Trump has told leaders of Mexico and Canada that he will not immediately bolt the North American Free Trade Agreement.

  • Girl whose father died in the line of duty buys officer's dinner

    Girl whose father died in the line of duty buys officer's dinner

    Thursday, April 27 2017 2:31 AM EDT2017-04-27 06:31:14 GMT
    Thursday, April 27 2017 6:20 AM EDT2017-04-27 10:20:26 GMT

    The 8-year-old’s father died months before she was born, and her mother says the girl’s eyes light up when she sees police officers.

    The 8-year-old’s father died months before she was born, and her mother says the girl’s eyes light up when she sees police officers.

  • White House: Trump will not immediately bolt NAFTA

    White House: Trump will not immediately bolt NAFTA

    Thursday, April 27 2017 3:50 AM EDT2017-04-27 07:50:12 GMT
    Thursday, April 27 2017 3:50 AM EDT2017-04-27 07:50:12 GMT
    (Source: CNN)(Source: CNN)

    President Donald Trump is considering signing a draft executive order to withdraw the U.S. from the North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and Canada.

    President Donald Trump is considering signing a draft executive order to withdraw the U.S. from the North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and Canada.

  • Man credits free pizza with saving his life

    Man credits free pizza with saving his life

    Thursday, April 27 2017 2:30 AM EDT2017-04-27 06:30:13 GMT
    Thursday, April 27 2017 2:30 AM EDT2017-04-27 06:30:13 GMT

    The pizza’s box had a special message that the man says reminded him his wife, who had recently died, is still watching over him.

    The pizza’s box had a special message that the man says reminded him his wife, who had recently died, is still watching over him.

  • ESPN lays off 100 on-air personalities and writers

    ESPN lays off 100 on-air personalities and writers

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 5:15 PM EDT2017-04-26 21:15:18 GMT
    Thursday, April 27 2017 12:35 AM EDT2017-04-27 04:35:01 GMT

    Heavy layoffs began at ESPN on Wednesday. The network has been silent on who was let go, but the word's getting out.

    Heavy layoffs began at ESPN on Wednesday. The network has been silent on who was let go, but the word's getting out.

  • Conservatives back revised health bill, GOP moderates balk

    Conservatives back revised health bill, GOP moderates balk

    Thursday, April 27 2017 12:27 AM EDT2017-04-27 04:27:48 GMT
    Thursday, April 27 2017 12:27 AM EDT2017-04-27 04:27:48 GMT
    The moribund Republican health care bill has received a jolt of life because the conservative House Freedom Caucus has endorsed a revised version of the measure.
    The moribund Republican health care bill has received a jolt of life because the conservative House Freedom Caucus has endorsed a revised version of the measure.
  • Family buy plane tickets for condemned inmate's daughter

    Family buy plane tickets for condemned inmate's daughter

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 10:38 PM EDT2017-04-27 02:38:13 GMT
    Wednesday, April 26 2017 11:58 PM EDT2017-04-27 03:58:23 GMT

    Relatives of a man whose death was caused by Arkansas death row inmate Kenneth Williams say they forgive him and to show it they bought plane tickets for some of his family members to visit him.

    Relatives of a man whose death was caused by Arkansas death row inmate Kenneth Williams say they forgive him and to show it they bought plane tickets for some of his family members to visit him.

  • LCT brings “Driving Miss Daisy” to veterans center

    LCT brings “Driving Miss Daisy” to veterans center

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 11:44 PM EDT2017-04-27 03:44:40 GMT
    Source: KSWOSource: KSWO

    LAWTON, OK (KSWO)-Some local veterans, who may not have the luxury of making it out to a live performance, had the show brought to them this evening. Lawton Community Theater put on a free performance of their latest production, "Driving Miss Daisy" for veterans and their families at the VA Center on Flower Mound Road. The theater's managing director, Shelly Ray says “because many of the veterans are not mobile and can't leave the center, it's meaningful to bring the...

    LAWTON, OK (KSWO)-Some local veterans, who may not have the luxury of making it out to a live performance, had the show brought to them this evening. Lawton Community Theater put on a free performance of their latest production, "Driving Miss Daisy" for veterans and their families at the VA Center on Flower Mound Road. The theater's managing director, Shelly Ray says “because many of the veterans are not mobile and can't leave the center, it's meaningful to bring the...

  • Two injured in two-vehicle crash

    Two injured in two-vehicle crash

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 11:43 PM EDT2017-04-27 03:43:01 GMT
    Source: KSWOSource: KSWO

    Two people were injured in an crash just east of Elgin.

    Two people were injured in an crash just east of Elgin.

  • Soldiers compete in Drill Sergeant of the Year competition

    Soldiers compete in Drill Sergeant of the Year competition

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 10:25 PM EDT2017-04-27 02:25:02 GMT
    (Source: KSWO)(Source: KSWO)

    Some of Fort Sill's best soldiers are testing their limits in the 2017 Drill Sergeant of the Year competition.

    Some of Fort Sill's best soldiers are testing their limits in the 2017 Drill Sergeant of the Year competition.

  • Man shot in northwestern Comanche County

    Man shot in northwestern Comanche County

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 8:48 PM EDT2017-04-27 00:48:52 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    COMANCHE COUNTY, OK (KSWO) - A man is in the hospital Wednesday after he was shot with a shotgun.

    COMANCHE COUNTY, OK (KSWO) - A man is in the hospital Wednesday after he was shot with a shotgun.

  • Space heater causes Lawton couple to lose home

    Space heater causes Lawton couple to lose home

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 7:33 PM EDT2017-04-26 23:33:46 GMT
    [Source KSWO][Source KSWO]

    LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- A space heater cost a Lawton couple their home Wednesday when a fire broke out in their garage and spread to the rest of the house.

    LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- A space heater cost a Lawton couple their home Wednesday when a fire broke out in their garage and spread to the rest of the house.

  • Disabled man forced to crawl out of store after being denied electric cart

    Disabled man forced to crawl out of store after being denied electric cart

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 12:05 PM EDT2017-04-26 16:05:12 GMT
    Wednesday, April 26 2017 6:13 PM EDT2017-04-26 22:13:24 GMT

    Customer Shane Zahn said that he was told he couldn't ride the electric cart into the store's parking lot, despite his handicap.

    Customer Shane Zahn said that he was told he couldn't ride the electric cart into the store's parking lot, despite his handicap.

  • Emergency personnel responding to reports of a shooting north of Meers

    Emergency personnel responding to reports of a shooting north of Meers

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 6:04 PM EDT2017-04-26 22:04:10 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    Emergency personnel are responding to reports of a man being shot in the back with a shotgun on State Highway 115 north of Meers. We have a crew on the way to the scene and will provide updates as they become available. Copyright 2017 KSWO. All Rights Reserved.

    Emergency personnel are responding to reports of a man being shot in the back with a shotgun on State Highway 115 north of Meers. We have a crew on the way to the scene and will provide updates as they become available. Copyright 2017 KSWO. All Rights Reserved.

  • Chickasha officer involved shooting ruled justifiable

    Chickasha officer involved shooting ruled justifiable

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 6:03 PM EDT2017-04-26 22:03:12 GMT

    A Chickasha officer involved shooting on November 19th has been ruled as justifiable deadly force. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has extensively reviewed the body cam footage of Officer King. The footage shows the suspect, Steve Vananda, reach for a gun after Officer King identified himself as law enforcement. 

    A Chickasha officer involved shooting on November 19th has been ruled as justifiable deadly force. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has extensively reviewed the body cam footage of Officer King. The footage shows the suspect, Steve Vananda, reach for a gun after Officer King identified himself as law enforcement. 

  • Duncan asking for residents opinions on lake improvements

    Duncan asking for residents opinions on lake improvements

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 5:26 PM EDT2017-04-26 21:26:41 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    Duncan residents are getting a chance to voice their opinions on what improvements and recreational activities they want to see at the city's lakes.

    Duncan residents are getting a chance to voice their opinions on what improvements and recreational activities they want to see at the city's lakes.

  • 77th Army Band and the Cameron University Concert Band perform April 26th

    77th Army Band and the Cameron University Concert Band perform April 26th

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 4:40 PM EDT2017-04-26 20:40:08 GMT

    The 77th Army Band and the Cameron University Concert Band is once again coming together to bring you an evening of music. The joint concert has been going on for years and features the two bands playing music from Henry Fillmore, Gustav Holst, Cole Porter and several others. The concert has been a work in progress since January when the two organizations came together to plan the concert and select the pieces you'll hear tonight. 

    The 77th Army Band and the Cameron University Concert Band is once again coming together to bring you an evening of music. The joint concert has been going on for years and features the two bands playing music from Henry Fillmore, Gustav Holst, Cole Porter and several others. The concert has been a work in progress since January when the two organizations came together to plan the concert and select the pieces you'll hear tonight. 

  • Oklahoma AG says state moving forward with execution plans

    Oklahoma AG says state moving forward with execution plans

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 4:20 PM EDT2017-04-26 20:20:20 GMT

    Oklahoma's new attorney general says the state is moving forward with new protocols for executing death row inmates, despite a unanimous recommendation from a bipartisan study group that a death penalty...

    Oklahoma's new attorney general says the state is moving forward with new protocols for executing death row inmates, despite a unanimous recommendation from a bipartisan study group that a death penalty moratorium...

  • Devon Energy donates pickups to two families impacted by OK wildfires

    Devon Energy donates pickups to two families impacted by OK wildfires

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 4:10 PM EDT2017-04-26 20:10:35 GMT

    Devon Energy has made life a little easier for two families impacted by wildfires that ripped across areas of the Oklahoma Panhandle and northwest Oklahoma in early March. “Devon is an Oklahoma company,” said Allen Wright, Devon’s vice president of public and government affairs. “When we see our fellow citizens suffering from a tragedy, we want to get involved. We’re glad this donation can help two hardworking families get back on their feet."

    Devon Energy has made life a little easier for two families impacted by wildfires that ripped across areas of the Oklahoma Panhandle and northwest Oklahoma in early March. “Devon is an Oklahoma company,” said Allen Wright, Devon’s vice president of public and government affairs. “When we see our fellow citizens suffering from a tragedy, we want to get involved. We’re glad this donation can help two hardworking families get back on their feet."

  • OK House proclaims April 26th Honor Denim Day

    OK House proclaims April 26th Honor Denim Day

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 3:50 PM EDT2017-04-26 19:50:07 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    April 26th is now officially Honor Denim Day in Oklahoma. The day recognizes the importance of promoting awareness about sexual violence. For the past 17 years, the Honor Denim Day campaign has been held in support of Sexual Violence Awareness Month.

    April 26th is now officially Honor Denim Day in Oklahoma. The day recognizes the importance of promoting awareness about sexual violence. For the past 17 years, the Honor Denim Day campaign has been held in support of Sexual Violence Awareness Month.

  • Study shows Oklahoma’s number of people suffering from Hepatitis C is double the national prevalence rate

    Study shows Oklahoma’s number of people suffering from Hepatitis C is double the national prevalence rate

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 3:37 PM EDT2017-04-26 19:37:34 GMT

    An estimated 94,200 Oklahomans living with Hepatitis C virus infection. The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is encouraging residents to be tested for the virus as Oklahoma had the highest estimated prevalence in the nation at 3.34 percent, while the national prevalence was 1.67 percent. A total of 523 Oklahomans died due to Hepatitis C from 1999-2012, ranking our state among the highest for Hepatitis C mortality. Hepatitis C is a virus which can cause seri...

    An estimated 94,200 Oklahomans living with Hepatitis C virus infection. The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is encouraging residents to be tested for the virus as Oklahoma had the highest estimated prevalence in the nation at 3.34 percent, while the national prevalence was 1.67 percent. A total of 523 Oklahomans died due to Hepatitis C from 1999-2012, ranking our state among the highest for Hepatitis C mortality. Hepatitis C is a virus which can cause seri...

  • Pecan Creek VFD will host golf scramble April 28th

    Pecan Creek VFD will host golf scramble April 28th

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 3:13 PM EDT2017-04-26 19:13:52 GMT

    Attention golfers, the clock is ticking for you to sign up for a tournament this weekend and it's for a great cause! The Pecan Creek Volunteer Fire Department will hold their second annual two-man scramble golf tournament on Friday. You can enjoy a bar-b-que lunch at noon at the Lawton Municipal Golf Course followed by the 18-hole scramble. The money raised will be used to help fund the establishment of the Pecan Creek VFD. 

    Attention golfers, the clock is ticking for you to sign up for a tournament this weekend and it's for a great cause! The Pecan Creek Volunteer Fire Department will hold their second annual two-man scramble golf tournament on Friday. You can enjoy a bar-b-que lunch at noon at the Lawton Municipal Golf Course followed by the 18-hole scramble. The money raised will be used to help fund the establishment of the Pecan Creek VFD. 

  • Enid Public Schools offers teacher’s a sign-on bonus

    Enid Public Schools offers teacher’s a sign-on bonus

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 2:59 PM EDT2017-04-26 18:59:19 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    While Oklahoma lawmakers continue to search for ways to increase teachers’ salaries, Enid Public Schools is taking matters into their own hands. Thanks to local funding, brand new teachers hired within Enid receive a one-time $2,000 bonus. The stipend is for new teachers that teach foreign languages, math, science, and special education. Enid Public Schools says they have been able to recruit 16 new teachers every year. 

    While Oklahoma lawmakers continue to search for ways to increase teachers’ salaries, Enid Public Schools is taking matters into their own hands. Thanks to local funding, brand new teachers hired within Enid receive a one-time $2,000 bonus. The stipend is for new teachers that teach foreign languages, math, science, and special education. Enid Public Schools says they have been able to recruit 16 new teachers every year. 

  • Bill banning minors from tanning beds passes OK House

    Bill banning minors from tanning beds passes OK House

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 2:58 PM EDT2017-04-26 18:58:17 GMT

    It could be the end of tanning for minors thanks to a bill that passed the House yesterday. Senate Bill 765 passed with 57 votes for and 35 against. The measure says it is unlawful for any person under 18-years of age to use any tanning device of any tanning facility in this state. Lawmakers are aiming to cut down on skin cancer, premature aging of the skin and other health risks associated with tanning.

    It could be the end of tanning for minors thanks to a bill that passed the House yesterday. Senate Bill 765 passed with 57 votes for and 35 against. The measure says it is unlawful for any person under 18-years of age to use any tanning device of any tanning facility in this state. Lawmakers are aiming to cut down on skin cancer, premature aging of the skin and other health risks associated with tanning.

  • OK Water Group Releases Report for produced water disposal from oil and gas operations

    OK Water Group Releases Report for produced water disposal from oil and gas operations

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 2:43 PM EDT2017-04-26 18:43:32 GMT

    Oklahoma's Water for 2060 Produced Water Working Group (PWWG) released its report as part of a review of alternatives for produced water disposal from oil and gas operations in Oklahoma. The goal of the group was to find a way for water produced in oil and natural gas operations to be recycled or reused as part of Oklahoma's ongoing efforts to promote water supply reliability and drought resiliency across multiple water user sectors. 

    Oklahoma's Water for 2060 Produced Water Working Group (PWWG) released its report as part of a review of alternatives for produced water disposal from oil and gas operations in Oklahoma. The goal of the group was to find a way for water produced in oil and natural gas operations to be recycled or reused as part of Oklahoma's ongoing efforts to promote water supply reliability and drought resiliency across multiple water user sectors. 

  • Dem Senator accuses EPA chief Pruitt of violating ethics law

    Dem Senator accuses EPA chief Pruitt of violating ethics law

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 1:27 PM EDT2017-04-26 17:27:35 GMT
    Source OK.govSource OK.gov

    A Senate Democrat says the head of the Environmental Protection Agency is breaking the law by agreeing to headline a state GOP fundraiser.

    A Senate Democrat says the head of the Environmental Protection Agency is breaking the law by agreeing to headline a state GOP fundraiser.

  • PSO bills will be higher beginning in May

    PSO bills will be higher beginning in May

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 2:31 PM EDT2017-04-26 18:31:53 GMT
    (Source PSO)(Source PSO)

    Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) is adjusting its fuel factor to reflect higher prices for natural gas and power beginning in May. The fuel factor is based primarily on predicted fuel and power costs.  The actual costs were higher than predicted over the last six months and future fuel costs are projected to be higher than current levels. The adjustment will reflect both of these costs.

    Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) is adjusting its fuel factor to reflect higher prices for natural gas and power beginning in May. The fuel factor is based primarily on predicted fuel and power costs.  The actual costs were higher than predicted over the last six months and future fuel costs are projected to be higher than current levels. The adjustment will reflect both of these costs.

  • Some OK public schools say the situation has become dire due to budget cuts

    Some OK public schools say the situation has become dire due to budget cuts

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 2:12 PM EDT2017-04-26 18:12:35 GMT

    Westville Public Schools says things have gotten worse due to the state’s current budget crisis. “We’re losing teachers not just to Arkansas, we’re losing them to Oklahoma. I’ve had several resign, I’ve got several coaching positions open,” said Terry Heustis, superintendent of Westville Public Schools. 

    Westville Public Schools says things have gotten worse due to the state’s current budget crisis. “We’re losing teachers not just to Arkansas, we’re losing them to Oklahoma. I’ve had several resign, I’ve got several coaching positions open,” said Terry Heustis, superintendent of Westville Public Schools. 

  • Four arrested for shooting as Family and friends search for missing puppy of slain OU student

    Four arrested for shooting as Family and friends search for missing puppy of slain OU student

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 2:07 PM EDT2017-04-26 18:07:38 GMT

    The dog of OU student Nathaniel Ewing who was shot and killed in Norman on Monday is missing. Nathaniel's puppy, Jamie, likely ran away right after the shooting. They said the puppy was found, but a woman wrongfully claimed it. They are offering a $200 reward for the return of Jamie. If you've seen Jamie, call (308)440-4519. 

    The dog of OU student Nathaniel Ewing who was shot and killed in Norman on Monday is missing. Nathaniel's puppy, Jamie, likely ran away right after the shooting. They said the puppy was found, but a woman wrongfully claimed it. They are offering a $200 reward for the return of Jamie. If you've seen Jamie, call (308)440-4519. 

  • OKC man accused of pretending to have cancer to get donations

    OKC man accused of pretending to have cancer to get donations

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 1:47 PM EDT2017-04-26 17:47:02 GMT
    (Source KFOR)(Source KFOR)

    Alodis Reynolds Jr. is accused of raising more than $60,000 dollars by pretending to have Leukemia. According to court documents, Al told his family, friends, and church members he was undergoing treatment at the Stephenson Cancer Center. His Go Fund Me account raised $10,641 dollars. Police said another $50,000 dollars was raised through a silent auction, fundraisers and other donations. 

    Alodis Reynolds Jr. is accused of raising more than $60,000 dollars by pretending to have Leukemia. According to court documents, Al told his family, friends, and church members he was undergoing treatment at the Stephenson Cancer Center. His Go Fund Me account raised $10,641 dollars. Police said another $50,000 dollars was raised through a silent auction, fundraisers and other donations. 

  • LFD responds to house fire on Monroe

    LFD responds to house fire on Monroe

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 1:23 PM EDT2017-04-26 17:23:08 GMT

    The Lawton Fire Department responded to a house fire in the 1300 block of Monroe in south Lawton late on Wednesday morning.

    The Lawton Fire Department responded to a house fire in the 1300 block of Monroe in south Lawton late on Wednesday morning.

  • Body found behind Tulsa restaurant may have been a transient woman

    Body found behind Tulsa restaurant may have been a transient woman

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 1:20 PM EDT2017-04-26 17:20:44 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    Tulsa police say they believe a woman found dead in a dumpster behind a restaurant may have been homeless. She was discovered after employees found blood outside their front door and followed drag marks to the dumpster. Police said there were no visible gunshot or knife wounds. They are waiting on a cause of death to be determined by the Medical Examiner's Office. 

    Tulsa police say they believe a woman found dead in a dumpster behind a restaurant may have been homeless. She was discovered after employees found blood outside their front door and followed drag marks to the dumpster. Police said there were no visible gunshot or knife wounds. They are waiting on a cause of death to be determined by the Medical Examiner's Office. 

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    Trump tax plan leaves Congress, Ryan with heavy lift

    Thursday, April 27 2017 8:40 AM EDT2017-04-27 12:40:32 GMT
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    President Donald Trump's plan to overhaul the U.S. tax code leaves much of the heavy lifting to Congress.
    President Donald Trump's plan to overhaul the U.S. tax code leaves much of the heavy lifting to Congress.
  • Suspect barricaded in home after Delaware officer killed

    Suspect barricaded in home after Delaware officer killed

    Thursday, April 27 2017 8:40 AM EDT2017-04-27 12:40:28 GMT
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    Authorities say a man suspected of shooting and killing a Delaware state trooper remains barricaded early Thursday inside his house, where he fired shots at officers as they tried to negotiate surrender.

  • Texas poised to pass 'sanctuary city' ban with jail penalty

    Texas poised to pass 'sanctuary city' ban with jail penalty

    Thursday, April 27 2017 8:40 AM EDT2017-04-27 12:40:04 GMT
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