Monday afternoon, NORAD and USNORTHCOM Public Affairs released a statement regarding the housing of immigrant children at United States military bases.
Thirteenth Congressman Mac Thornberry says immigrant children should no longer be housed at Department of Defense facilities.
Today is the day the Department of Health and Human Services is allowing media to take a tour of the holding facility for illegal immigrants at Fort Sill.
The President is asking congress for close to four billion dollars in emergency funds for the flood of young illegal immigrants.
We have declined the invitation to attend the Health and Human Services tour of the Fort Sill holding facilities on Thursday.
The first of what are expected to be several hundred immigrant children have begun arriving at Fort Sill.
Fort Sill continues to ready facilities and care of hundreds of immigrant children expected to begin arriving in the next several days.
Oklahoma Congressman Tom Cole says he is astonished and angry that he learned of an Obama Administration plan to house illegal immigrants at Fort Sill from unofficial sources and was never consulted before the decision was made.
Friends and family gathered today at Fort Sill to pay tribute to soldiers and their families from Oklahoma or Arkansas who have died while on active duty after the year 2001.
WFPD's dive team and LPD's dive team are investigating a possible drowning at Fort Sill.
The sound of gunfire usually causes alarm, but at Fort Sill, today, it caused quite a bit of excitement for Fort Sill for the inaugural firing of the army's next generation artillery weapon.
Volunteer fire fighters practice fighting grass fires at Fort Sill
The Army has announced the next commanding general for Fort Sill, but the date for the change of command has not been set.
Of the 27 brave men who received the Medal of Honor in the World War II Battle of Iwo Jima, only one survives, and he was in Texoma today to talk with some of today's generation of Marines at Fort Sill.
A Fort Sill soldier is found guilty and sentenced for abusive sexual contact and assault.
It was an emotional day at Fort Sill as almost 200 soldiers came home from deployment.
Attendees take a tour back in time
Military families at fort sill will have a brighter Christmas this year thanks to some Christmas tree donors.
A family with children is a precious gift that's not easily created. According to a study from the Centers for Disease Control, more than seven million couples struggle with infertility.
For the first time since 2009 folks are able to see pieces of history at a museum at Fort Sill.