There was plenty to celebrate at Fort Sill as the Army held it's Independence Day ceremony.
There won't be a firework show over at Fort Sill's Fourth of July celebration, but there will be a very popular musical act to make up for it!
On Monday, you can go to a Memorial Day Program to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation.
The search is over for a Fort Sill staff sergeant's body in Medicine Creek.
Media Relations Officer Keith Pannell says an armed robber took refuge at Fort Sill around 10 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Texomans can experience the sights and sounds of what it was like on an early frontier Army post at a historical program at Fort Sill this weekend
For years we've been following former marine corporal Hershel "Woody" Williams as he, along with several other Iwo Jima survivors, travel to Fort Sill during the annual Iwo Jima survivors reunion to deliver an inspiring message to young Marines.
On Tuesday, the post will enforce new security procedures and background checks to come in line with army requirements for security and post access.
The new THAAD training center will save money and help in the protection of lives.
75 five soldiers said goodbye to their loved ones Saturday afternoon as they head overseas.
A 19 year old Fort Sill Soldier probably feels like a bandit after playing a penny slot machine in Lawton Thursday evening.
The men and women on the front lines of our military are some of the strongest in the world, but it takes a lot to get there and a lot to get back there when they are wounded or injured. That's why there are physical training and rehabilitation programs at military installments across the nation.
America's favorite past time was played, a little differently at Fort Sill Saturday.
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.