The Feb. 18 fire destroyed the Foursquare Gospel Church in Duncan.
Former Fort Sill soldier Connell Williams changed his plea to the first-degree murder charge.
Testimony continued Friday in the trial of a former soldier charged with murder in the starvation death of a 10-year-old.
Former Fort Sill soldier Connell Williams pleaded not guilty to the charge of first degree murder.
A determination is made in a police-involved shooting in Lawton in which one woman died.
Attorneys continue their work to find an impartial jury in the trial of Private Connell Williams.
Authorities say each of those arrested will be charged with at least one count of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance-methamphetamine.
The clinic is sponsored by the Oklahoma Mission of Mercy.
The Bugling Elk Tours start this month and run through October.
Residents and Fire crew excited to hear that the Comanche Fires are currently 90 percent contained.
A grass fire Northwest of Indiahoma in Comanche County grows to nearly 12,000 acres and is still burning.
Last month, a Comanche County jury found Lancey Ray guilty of the first-degree murder of a 10-year-old boy.
A private memorial service will honor two Fort Sill soldiers killed in Afghanistan last week.
Authorities say the man fired several shots at Cache police officers, then let officers on a 20 minutes chase through Lawton.
Brooks Douglass witnessed the murders of his two parents after he and his sister were shot and left for dead.
The child's mother and her boyfriend are charged in the alleged abuse.
Officials say the inmate had a laceration on his neck.
Wednesday, an NBA referee and former law enforcement official shared his own PTSD message and story, in hopes of helping some of our nation's heroes with their own battles.
A standing room only crowd of supporters packed Lawton's City Council meeting Tuesday evening and showed loyalty to former police chief, Ronnie Smith
More than a hundred families welcomed home their soldiers Sunday morning at Fort Sill. For the last six months,130 soldiers from C Battery,2nd Battalion, 4th Field Artillery were in Afghanistan--providing aid to the legal system there and security at a detention center.