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    Lawton firefighters train for disaster relief Video included

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    Dozens of Lawton firefighters are training this week on how to respond to large-scale disasters, like a bombing or tornado. 

    Body found in Duncan business

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    DUNCAN, Okla._Duncan police are investigating an unattended death after the body of a young adult male was found inside a Main Street business.Police say they were called to Thornton Pumping and Supply where a body was found. They do not suspect foul play, and say the death may have been accidental. The medical examiner was on scene, police are waiting for his report to complete their investigation.

    Man's hand crushed under car Video included

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     A man was taken to the hospital after his hand was crushed under a car's tire.

    Comanche graduates Presidential Scholar Video included

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    A Comanche High School graduate has been honored with one of the nation's highest academic honors.

    Crews work to repair stretch of cracked highway Video included

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    Drivers in Comanche County who use State Highway 36, just west of the turnpike, have ridden on a bumpy stretch of road for several years.

    580 Rollergirls look to recruit new members Video included

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    If you're looking for a new, competitive hobby that will make you sweat and test your pain tolerance, we've got one for you. The 580 Rollergirls are having an open recruitment this upcoming weekend.

    Police search for would-be robber Video included

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    Lawton police are looking for a man they say attempted to rob a Laundromat Tuesday night.

    Water usage hours change in Comanche Video included

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    The city of Comanche is making changes to its water rationing hours thanks to input by residents.

    Grady County man arrested for child pornography

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    Oklahoma law enforcement authorities have arrested a Grady County man on complaints of possession of child pornography.

    Oklahoma Arts Council awarded grant for art education Video included

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    The Oklahoma Arts Council has been awarded a $140,000 grant from the Oklahoma State Board of Education to make arts programs possible at alternative education sites across the state.

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