Veterans meet with employers for hiring event

  Black History Luncheon held on Fort Sill

  Lawton-Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce asking people to take ‘Leap of Kindness’

  Semi-truck catches fire in east Lawton

  Several area lakes added to consumption advisory list

  Fire starts near fire department in Comanche County

Continued Coverage

  High school basketball scores: Feb. 27

  More than two pounds of meth found in Stephens County drug bust

  First Alert Forecast

  Lawton-Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce hosting State of Arts Luncheon

Insulin: The rising cost of a life-saving drug

  Lawton Veteran reflects on time as Buffalo Soldier

Oklahoma death row inmates seek injection protocol challenge

There are currently 47 inmates on death row in Oklahoma, and more than two dozen have exhausted all of their appeals.

  Altus police arrest man after 30 minute pursuit

According to Chief Tim Murphy, the pursuit began after police received reports of a vehicle traveling the wrong way in traffic around 10 p.m.

  First Alert Forecast

Beautiful weather will remain in place for Texoma through the weekend. Rain chances return early next week.

  5-year-old injured in Caddo County crash

The crash happened Wednesday afternoon east of Cyril.

  Comanche Co. inmate facing charges for having drugs brought into jail

  Most Wanted Wednesday: February 26

  Lawton students sworn into US military by astronaut on International Space Station

  Cache wrestling team gets new practice gym

  Inmates train shelter dogs in new Lawton prison program

  Traffic Advisory: Southwest Coombs Road

  Frederick’s annual Fantastic Oyster Fry coming up

Frederick's annual Fantastic Oyster Fry is a little over a week away.

  First Alert Forecast

Clear skies tonight will allow temperatures to fall into the 20s. By tomorrow, a quick rebound with highs nearing 60°

  Crews respond to Lawton restaurant fire

Fire crews are responding to a fire at a restaurant in Lawton.

  Lawton assisted living facility in need of volunteers

A Lawton assisted living facility is in need of volunteers to help accompany residents.

  First Alert Forecast

Sunshine and warm temperatures move in for the end of the work week and weekend. A few rain chances return early next week.

  Companies take part in Fort Sill resupply program

Six companies are on Fort Sill this week to display their suggestions to the Army on how to improve the resupply access for the field artillery.

  Lawton City Council denies commercial water meter to marijuana grow outside city limits

The Lawton City Council voted against providing a commercial water meter to people in the Rangers Ranchette addition just outside Lawton City Limits.

  Lawton City Council approves funding for Fairmont Creamery

In an attempt to create high tech jobs in the center of Downtown, council agreed to fund a purchase of the Creamery.

  Comanche County Junior Livestock kicks off with market swine shows

The Comanche County Junior Livestock show kicked off Tuesday with market swine shows.

  Lawton IHOP raises money for Shriner’s Children’s Hospital

To celebrate National Pancake Day and give back at the same time, the IHOP in Lawton is raising money for the Shriner's Children's Hospital.

  Duncan students raising money for good causes during ‘HALO week’

Duncan High School's HALO week is underway, with students and the community raising money for good causes.

  ODOT project to install sidewalks in Marlow underway

An Oklahoma Department of Transportation project to install sidewalks in Marlow is underway.

  Work Services Corporation holding job fair for Fort Sill

The Work Services Corporation has a job fair coming up later this week in Lawton.

  Lawton resident “goes green” using solar panels

Saving money by using the sun. That is what one Lawton man is doing through his new solar panels.

  Four-wheeler, equipment stolen from Fletcher softball team

Softball bats, catchers gear, medical equipment and a four-wheeler were all recently stolen from the Fletcher High School Softball team.

  Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra hosting ‘Instruments Transformed’

Later this week, The Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra will be hosting Instruments Transformed.

  First Alert Forecast

Overall tonight will remain dry for most but a few light rain & snow flurries can't be ruled out

  First Alert Forecast

We have a few rain chances for later tonight, but then we will stay dry all the way into next week.

  Cotton County approved as 2nd amendment sanctuary

Commissioners for another southwestern Oklahoma County have approved a 2nd amendment sanctuary declaration.

  Medical marijuana beginning to experience market saturation in Comanche County

Medical Marijuana market beginning to saturate in Lawton

  Duncan nonprofit asking community for help expanding

A Duncan nonprofit that helps family members with a loved one addicted to drugs is looking to expand.

  Salvation Army asking for donations

Pantry shelves are bare down at the Lawton Salvation Army.

  Eisenhower High School kicks off BEAK week

Eisenhower High School held an assembly Monday as part of their Beak week and Mr. EHS pageant.

  Crime Stoppers of SWOK introduces two new tip incentive programs

Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma has two new incentives for people to send in tips.

Dog stuck in cave saved by rescuers in southern Indiana

Cave rescuers banded together to get a dog lost in a cave back to safety early Sunday morning in Salem, Indiana.

  Family of missing Altus man still looking for answers

An Altus family says they are hopeful and still looking for answers more than three months after their loved one disappeared.

  ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ opening at Lawton Community Theatre

The Lawton Community Theatre's productions of "'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' begin this Friday. The show starts at 7:30 evening at the theater at 1316 NW Bell in Lawton. There will also be performances on Saturday the 29th, and March 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th.

  First Alert Forecast

We'll see clearing skies for a short period of time before more clouds build ahead of a cold front!

Security guard takes own life days after shooting truck driver with ties to Wichita Falls

Authorities say the victim’s truck was registered out of Wichita Falls.

Childproof packaging removed in most accidental poisonings in children, study says

The Poison Prevention Packaging Act passed in 1970 required a number of household items like cleaning chemicals, flammable liquids and prescriptions to have child-resistant packaging.

  First Alert Forecast

Rain chances clear out out by tomorrow evening, and then sunshine and warm air returns for the end of the week.

  Hungry Hearts Feeding Ministry creating cookbook

In an attempt to connect the community through food, Hungry Hearts Feeding Ministry is looking for people to get involved with their cookbook.

Man taken to hospital following home explosion in Grady County

A man has been taken to a hospital following a home explosion near Chickasha Saturday evening.

  First Alert Forecast

There is a marginal risk of severe thunderstorms between 5 to 10PM tonight

  First Alert Forecast

Rain chances clear the forecast by Tuesday afternoon. After that warmer weather and lots of sunshine will slowly return for us here in Texoma.

  Cameron Men’s Basketball team from 1980 celebrate reunion

If you were in Lawton in 1980, you likely remember Cameron Men's Basketball team taking home a national championship!

  Duncan Safe Center holds annual Chalk about Love event

Saturday at the Duncan’s Safe Center, they held their 3rd annual Chalk about Love event.

  Annual Polar Plunge raises money for Special Olympics Oklahoma

Saturday, 78 brave individuals participated in the annual Polar Plunge at the Lawton Country Club.

Vehicle collision in Comanche County sends two people to hospital

The two vehicle collision happened just before 3 p.m. on Lee Boulevard at NW Red Elk Road.

  Couple who vanished during California getaway found alive

An academic couple who vanished during a getaway in the woods of Northern California coastline has been found by search-and-rescue workers who spent almost a week looking for them and gave up hopes of finding them alive.

  First Alert Forecast

Most of Texoma will stay dry tonight but rain chances increase overnight!

  Cameron inducts new members of Athletic Hall of Fame

Cameron University welcomed a new class of athletes to its Athletic Hall of Fame, Friday night.

  7News at the Movies: Call of the Wild and more

It's time for 7News at the Movies, where we're looking at the biggest and best movies coming out in theaters this weekend.

  Pest control say mild winter causes increase in insects

Exterminators and Pest Control say due to wild winter weather they have got more calls then usual.

  Students at Gateway Success Center donate to Lawton Animal Welfare

Students at the Gateway Success Center celebrated Ralphie the Labrador's birthday by donating to the Lawton Animal Welfare.

  Cameron donates equipment to MacArthur

Cameron University's Sports and Exercise Science department has donated some new equipment to MacArthur High School.

  7News bids farewell to Chief Meteorologist Matt DiPirro

7News bids farewell to chief meteorologist Matt Dipirro on his last day! He's moving to Rhode Island.

  Man sentenced to 20 years for Marlow robbery

A judge in Duncan has sentenced a man to 20 years in a robbery case.

  Furry Friend Friday: Chéri

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

  MAKENZIE’S OUTDOOR ADVENTURES: Taxidermy

In Makenzie's latest outdoor adventure, she found a local taxidermist to show her how many hours go in to mounting a whitetail deer.

  First Alert Forcast

Clear skies overnight with light south winds

  Good News: February 21

Here's a look back at some of the GOOD NEWS stories from this week.

Appeals court keeps block on Mississippi 6-week abortion ban

A federal appeals court is keeping a block on a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions as early as six weeks - when many women may not even know they are pregnant.

Curriculum being developed to teach Tulsa race massacre

After the curriculum on the massacre is provided to teachers in April, there will be professional development training for them during the summer with one-day or five- day courses at all grade levels to begin in the fall term, Hofmeister said.

Duncan teachers discuss issues with state lawmakers

Three Stephens County legislators met with teachers and staff at Duncan Middle School Friday morning.

  Museum of the Great Plains opens movie room

The Museum of the Great Plains recently turned one of their auditoriums into a movie room. They’re featuring their first full length documentary there right now.

  First Alert Forecast

Rain chances return late tomorrow night and will stick with us through Sunday evening.

  Oklahoma Cattleman’s Association holds annual southwest district meeting

The Oklahoma Cattleman's Association held its annual southwest district meeting Thursday night.