Fort Sill, 150 years of history

  Financial plan underway for airport terminal renovation

  Heavy rains impacting little league sports

  WWII demonstration team to jump in Normandy in honor of D-Day

First Alert 7 Forecast: isolated severe threat this evening and more storms as the week goes on

  Boys and Girls Club of Lawton prepare for summer feeding program

Continued Coverage

  Two arrested in Altus shooting

  UPDATE: Anadarko man identified as victim in fatal crash

Oklahoma town urges evacuation due to rising river

  MAKENZIE’S OUTDOOR ADVENTURES: Striped bass at Lake Texoma

  First Alert Forecast

  Grady County roads closed for repairs

  Game wardens rescue animals displaced by storms

Severe weather and flooding across the state of Oklahoma caused some animals to be displaced from their homes.

Authorities respond to crash in NW Lawton

First responders were called to the scene of a wreck Tuesday night at Rogers Lane and NW 46th street Tuesday night.

  Lawton man sentenced for child abuse

According to court documents, police began investigating 30-year-old Colton Greene in 2018 after the child was brought to the hospital with injuries.

  Signs to look out for when dealing with damage repair scams

McClure says it's always a bad sign when people come to your door soliciting you.

  Geronimo man looking for help after his house was destroyed by tornado

  Whittier Elementary third graders embody historical figures in wax museum project

  TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Meadowbrook at NW 52nd Street closed

  Bicyclist hit by car in Duncan

  Comanche man killed in crash with garbage truck

  Expo helps soldiers and families prepare for deployment

  RUMORS UNTRUE: Mount Scott Roadway scheduled to open in 2019

A rumor making waves on social media that the road to Mount Scott would be closed for two more years proved to be just that - a rumor.

  Mangum community comes together after tornado hits multiple homes

People who live in Mangum spent Tuesday helping homeowners pick up debris after a tornado hit the area on Monday.

  Attorneys: Ohio State needs to reveal who knew about abuse

Administrators at Ohio State University should release the names of all coaches, trainers and personnel who knew of but failed to act on complaints about a now-dead team doctor who sexually abused male students for nearly two decades, said attorneys for some of the victims.

  Mangum residents thankful to be alive after tornado hits their home

Homeowners in Mangum are thankful to be alive after a tornado hit the area Monday.

Thousands sign petition to make Danny Devito next Wolverine

Lots of folks are getting a good laugh at signing a petition to make Danny Devito the next Wolverine.

  Lawton-Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce hosts Chamber on the Move event

Chamber on the Move takes the food trucks, games and live entertainment to various parking lots around Lawton. The first event will be Saturday, June 1st from 10am to 2pm in Westside Ace's parking lot.

Lauren’s Law passes Texas House, heads back to Senate

The bill is one step closer to making its way to Gov. Abbott's desk.

  OHP accepting applications for 66th Patrol Academy

OHP is accepting applications for the 66th Patrol Academy through the end of May.

  First Alert 7 Forecast: quiet tonight but storm chances return tomorrow

Low storm chances return tomorrow.

Altus man arrested for groping woman at restaurant

According to police, 42-year-old Alfredo Roblez is accused of groping a 19-year-old woman at a restaurant.

‘Sesame Street’ introduces Karli, a Muppet in foster care

The new character is named “Karli,” and is a yellow-haired friend of Elmo's who introduces viewers to the concept of “for-now parents."

Altus PD arrest man on two counts of Child Abuse with Injury

According to police, 45-year-old Joe Coleman was arrested Monday afternoon on charges of Child Abuse with Injury.

Oklahoma Senate gives final approval to $8.1B in spending

The general appropriations bill approved Tuesday on a 37-11 vote now heads to Gov. Kevin Stitt, who is expected to sign it.

  ‘Stranger Things’: New Coke, from 1985, to make comeback on TV show

Season 3 of the show will take place in the summer of 1985, when Coca-Cola changed its formula for Coke. New Coke was considered one of the biggest marketing blunders of all time.

  One injured in Caddo County crash

A woman is recovering Tuesday morning after she lost control of her car around 10:00 P.M. Monday night.

  Cache shoplifting suspects in custody

Two people are in custody after police say they shoplifted from a store in Cache Saturday May 11th.

  First Alert 7 Forecast: storms ending this morning and quiet Tuesday to look forward to before more storm chances arrive

Clearing but around noon today.

  Mangum tornado causes damage to homes, 4H building and power lines across town

Harmon says if your power isn’t back on by 9 am tomorrow, you should call to report it.

  Local schools explain why they closed or remained open on Monday

Many schools in Southwest Oklahoma were in session for most if not all of today despite schools in the Oklahoma City area closing because of expected severe weather.

  Tornado touches down in Greer Co.

A tornado touched down in Greer County near and in Mangum Monday evening.

  Why to stay off the roads during severe weather

The roads are the last place you should be during storms, but professionals say during severe weather is usually an abnormally busy and dangerous time.

Severe weather keeps emergency management busy

Severe weather has dominated southwest Oklahoma over the last few days, prompting emergency management officials to take extra precautions to ensure everyone is safe and prepared.

  ‘Game of Thrones': Water bottles join coffee cup in guest-starring roles

The series finale of “Game of Thrones” treated fans to another visual faux pas as two modern-day water bottles showed up in one of the scenes.

  First Alert Forecast

Today is a First Alert Weather Day as significant severe weather is expected throughout Texoma.

  Baby boom at Lawton Fire Department

The Lawton Fire Department's newest future recruits are making their debut.

  Grady County Emergency Management Office now accepting passport applications

The Grady County Emergency Management Office will start accepting passport applications Monday May 20th.

  Annual fundraiser benefits seniors in Duncan

The Douglass East Side Senior Center is hosting a Community Auction Social Media Bake Sale. People will be able to place bids through Douglass's Facebook page on baked goods.

  Geronimo homeowners pick up the pieces after Saturday morning tornado

Two homes were destroyed in a tornado Saturday morning three miles east of Geronimo. Now, homeowners are picking up the pieces.

  OKC Thunder basketball court opens in Lawton

Lee West Park in Lawton has a brand new Oklahoma City Thunder basketball court. A dedication ceremony took place officially opening it up to the public.

  First Alert 7 Forecast: A significant severe weather event is likely tomorrow

Severe storms likely tomorrow.

  Veterans visit 95th Infantry Division Memorial

A group of veterans, including 8 who fought in World War Two, are in town this weekend for the 95th Infantry Division reunion.

  Gov. Stitt speaks at 15th Annual GOP Fish Fry in Duncan

Governor Kevin Stitt paid a visit to Duncan Saturday night for the GOP Fish Fry at the Stephens County Fair and Expo Center.

  World War II veterans honored in Lawton

The Ordre national de la Légion d’honneur was presented to three World War II veterans of the 95th Infantry Division.

  Responders and victim speak about Saturday tornado

It was near Southeast 45th and New Hope where two homes were completely destroyed Saturday morning. Fortunately, there were no major injuries as a result of the short, but strong, tornado.

  Why Saturday morning’s storm was difficult to predict

There was little warning for the tornado on Saturday morning in Southeastern Comanche County. Chief Meteorologist Matt DiPirro explains why that was the case.

  Early morning tornado destroys 2 homes in SE Comanche County

Families near Geronimo were awakened this morning by severe weather after a tornado ripped through the area.

  First Alert Forecast

Tracking severe storms that will move through today.

  Gabriel’s House earns Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence Award

Gabriel's House in Duncan has been recognized for its work with the community by earning an Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence Award.

  LPS substitute teachers will see a pay raise in the Fall

The substitute raise will come out of the district's annual budget.

  Duncan man convicted on federal firearms violations

34-year-old Chad Kaspereit was convicted Friday of possessing firearms while under a victim protective order and lying on a federal form to purchase firearms.

  7News at the Movies: John Wick 3 and more

Tyler reviews the latest movies.

  Pat Henry students win prize for creating ‘chain reaction contraption’

Students at Pat Henry Elementary in Lawton won a big prize Friday as a result of the work they put into creating a "chain reaction contraption".

  LPS holds reception to thank bus drivers for year of hard work

Lawton Public School bus drivers were honored at a reception for a year of hard work.

  City of Lawton prepares landfill roads for severe weather

To keep the roads from getting slick, they added gravel and aggregate onto the roads to increase traction.

  OKC Thunder court opens in Lawton

Lee West Park in Lawton was the place to be Friday afternoon as a brand-new Oklahoma City Thunder basketball court officially opened.

  MacArthur Middle School hosts annual career day

MacArthur Middle School held their annual career day for the 8th grade students.

  Uptick in roadkill; who cleans up?

Spring has sprung and just like the rest of us, wildlife is taking advantage of the weather. But increased animal activity and a higher number of people on the roads inevitably leads to more road kill.

  Furry Friend Friday: Meet Rocket

Find out how you can adopt Rocket or another great pet from Lawton Animal Welfare.

  LPS holds ribbon cutting ceremonies for new safe rooms

Some students at Lawton Public Schools now have FEMA rated safe room at their schools.

  First Alert 7 Forecast: Storm chances increase overnight into tomorrow morning with a threat of severe weather

Severe weather on the way.

  Good News, May 17

Here is a look at the GOOD NEWS from this week

  House approves sweeping bill to expand gay rights

Dubbed the Equality Act, the bill is a top priority of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who said it will bring the nation "closer to equal liberty and justice for all."

‘Shocking’: Ohio State doc abused 177, officials were aware

Dr. Richard Strauss groped or ogled young men while treating athletes from at least 16 sports and working at the student health center and his off-campus clinic, investigators from a law firm hired by the university found.

WFPD: Apartment complex shooting suspect in custody

The suspect was arrested during a traffic stop on an unrelated charge.

  The Oklahoma Highway Patrol joined Good Morning Texoma to talk about their recruiting efforts

OHP is getting set to start their next recruit class and are looking to fill empty slots.

  First Alert Forecast

First Alert Weather Day's are issued for tonight, tomorrow, and Monday as strong to severe storms are expected.

  Comanche County Emergency Management wants citizens to be prepared for disasters

First Alert Weather Days are now active and the Comanche County Emergency Management is reminding citizens to be prepared for any type of disaster.

  Regents name interim president for University of Oklahoma

After five hours in executive session, the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents now has a new interim president.