Kyle Payne

Multimedia Journalist

Recent Articles by Kyle

  Cache Police continuing to investigate after 15 motorcycles were reported stolen

  Family eager for justice following murder suspect’s extradition

  Walters PD cracking down on dogs running loose

  Remembering the life, and legacy of Sergeant C.H. Brazzel

  City of Lawton accepts donation for Performance Management Audit

  City Council, Lawton Fire approved, passed a new Collective Bargaining Agreement

  Conference scheduled to address violence, increasing murder numbers in Lawton

  LPS Foundation gearing up for annual Change Challenge

  Hangar 5 renovations nearly complete at Lawton Ft-Sill Airport

  People forced to evacuate their homes after massive fire spread rapidly in Cache

  Benefit night held to support Lawton crash victim’s family

  New Speed Tables forcing Lawton drivers to slow down in residential areas

  TSET excited about FDA’s change to tobacco purchasing age

  Lawton Food Bank breaks single day record for families served

  Holiday meals scheduled for people in Comanche and Stephens County

  Petition pushing for recreational use has local dispensaries concerned for the future

  Triangle Lodge #548 awards Geronimo FFA $10,000

  Warmth provided for people across Tillman County thanks to one local third grader

  Thanks to donations by Lawton First Assembly, life altering letters are in the mail

  City Council passes three items that address litter outside the Lawton landfill

Lawton City Council, Mayor expected to discuss doubling salary

  “HOW LONG WAS HE LYING THERE?” Hollis Family speaks on mauling death

  Eisenhower hosts district wide father-daughter dance

  Ean’s love for Stephens County Humane Society helps their pets find a forever home

  ASYMCA kids perform in annual Christmas Concert

  Delta Nutrition Center still feeding seniors despite being shut down

  Police, supporters excited about Thin Blue Line coming to Lawton

  Car crash through a Ft. Sill fence leads to arrest

  LPS Board Members excited after announcing new Superintendent

  Oklahoma’s strongest couple says power lifting together has changed their lives