University of Oklahoma president critical of school’s finances

University President James Gallogly told the Tulsa World that he’s concerned about the university’s investments in student housing and residential colleges.
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  Lawton girl with Alopecia shares story about being bullied
  Two injured after car hits tree near Duncan
  Bethel Road Volunteer Fire Department hosts annual fundraiser
  Local Gold Star families recognized at Honor Tea


Deported Ohio mother of 4 reunited with family
A Fairfield mother of four who was deported to Mexico in April 2017 is now back home with her family, attorneys say.
Oklahoma steer wrestler on verge of qualifying for National Finals Rodeo
Professional steer wrestler Blake Mindemann talks about how his 2018 season is wrapping up ahead of this years Apache Stampede PRCA Rodeo.
Lawton girl with Alopecia shares story about being bullied
September brings us Alopecia Awareness Month and a Lawton family is sharing their story, so our community can gain a better understanding of the autoimmune disease.

  Driver arrested after crashing vehicle into apartment fence

A woman was arrested Saturday afternoon after she crashed her Jeep into the fence of a Lawton apartment complex.

  Local organization hosts monthly community feeding

The organization has been hosting the event every month for a year and a half. It was inspired by a similar event in another state.
New report lists Altus AFB as high risk for sexual assault
  Furry Friend Friday: Meet Sharpie
LPS Foundation raises over $24,000 for teachers



Bama QB calls for new NCAA football video game
  Dallas police fire officer who killed man in his own apartment

  Still employed, Rod Rosenstein to meet with Trump Thursday

As deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein had been in charge of the Russia investigation.

Police in GA discover drugs shaped like cartoon characters

The confiscated drugs look like candies kids might normally eat.