UPDATED: Crews rescue woman trapped in high water in northern Comanche County

A woman was rescued after getting trapped on top of her vehicle in high water.
LPD investigating home invasion, shooting
  State Superintendent of Public Instruction visits SW Oklahoma
Lawton boy competes to make it on The Ellen Show
  Lawton Academy awarded for academic excellence


  Lawton Public Schools Foundation to hold fundraiser breakfast
The Lawton Public Schools Foundation is holding its annual fundraiser breakfast bright and early Friday morning.
Tipton High School football coach nominated for award
A southwest Oklahoma football coach is competing for a $50,000 prize to help his team.
The Oklahoma Council of the Blind to host State Conference in Lawton
For the first time,The Oklahoma Council of the Blind will host its annual State Conference in Lawton this weekend. This year's theme is "The Music of OCB" and will highlight the diversity of the different chapters.For more on that event we have Kay Love.

Kody Lott sentenced to life plus 20 years for 2016 deadly shooting

Anchor Chris Horgen has the latest developments in the murder trial of Kody Lott.

Oklahoma Corrections Department sued over inmate’s suicide

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is being sued for not doing enough to prevent a murder convict from hanging herself in her cell in 2016.
  Lawton blood donor receives thank-you note as part of new OBI program
Duncan woman dies after weekend house fire; benefit dinner set for Thursday
  LPD looking for tips in 55th Street homicide


UPDATED: Some high school football games postponed due to weather

Week 4 City Report: Eisenhower Eagles


AP sources: Rosenstein spoke of possible secret Trump taping

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is denying a report in The New York Times that says he suggested last year that he secretly record President Donald Trump in the White House to expose the chaos in the administration

Flooding: Dam breach at Duke plant; coal ash could spill

Duke Energy says dam breached at plant in North Carolina; coal ash may be flowing into Cape Fear River