LATEST LOCAL HEADLINES

  Duncan organization to give presentations on elder abuse awareness

According to the National Council on Aging, one in ten people over the age of 60 will endure some form of elder abuse. Out of those cases, only one in fourteen are actually reported. To raise awareness, a medicare counselor with the Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments will speak with s
  LPS says they need more substitute teachers
  Altus residents detail multiple dog attacks
First Alert 7 Forecast: a strong cold front is on the way
University of Oklahoma president critical of school’s finances
Deported Ohio mother of 4 reunited with family

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  LPS says they need more substitute teachers
Lawton Public Schools is looking for more substitute teachers in anticipation of a busy flu season.
Altus residents detail multiple dog attacks
Two Altus residents say their dogs have been attacked by another dog multiple times.
Fight With Style fashion show features models who have survived cancer
The "Fight With Style" fashion show is coming up. This is a fashion show luncheon for cancer awareness and it features models who have survived cancer themselves.

  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.
  Two injured after car hits tree near Duncan
  Bethel Road Volunteer Fire Department hosts annual fundraiser
  Local Gold Star families recognized at Honor Tea

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NATIONAL HEADLINES

Breast-feeding could help babies maintain healthy weight, study says

New research out of Canada shows that breast-feeding could help babies maintain a healthy weight as they grow into their toddler years.

  YIKES: Rare two-headed snake found in Virginia

The rare, two-headed copperhead was found in a backyard about 20 miles southwest of Washington, DC, last week and is being nursed back to health.