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 Lawton jury finds a pastor not guilty of sexually abusing a 16 year old boy inside a church.
The Lawton Police Department is currently investigating Lawton's sixth homicide of 2014.
Lawton Police say they're investigating the city's fifth homicide of the year after the death of a 23-year-old man today.
Formal charges have been filed in Lawton's first two homicides of the year. Four adults and one juvenile are charged.
Lawton police say an inmate who was found unconscious in the GEO Corrections Unit January 20 had a cell phone and made calls to 911 before he was found on the floor of his cell and taken to the hospital.
Five teenagers, including the son of one of the victims, are being held on suspicion of their responsibility in Lawton's first two homicides of 2014.
A Lawton teen is shot during an attempted robbery while walking home from a convenience store over the weekend.
On December 20th, 2013, a 1st Degree Robbery occurred at the Arvest Bank, 2622 W. Gore Blvd in Lawton.
Police say this is Lawton's 4th homicide of the year.
Two people are dead after an apparent break-in and shooting this morning in Lawton
Monday morning Lawton recorded its third homicide of the year at the GEO Prison Center.
A Lawton security company employee who stole close to a million dollars from ATMs she serviced has been sentenced to 33 months in federal prison.
A Lawton man is arrested after police say he shot a convenience store clerk in the face during a robbery.
Police say there were less homicides in Lawton in 2013 than in 2012.
Lawton Police are looking into two armed robberies reported Sunday night, which they say are similar in nature.
Attendees take a tour back in time
A wanted sex offender out of New York who'd taken up a new identity is now behind bars in Comanche County.
The Lawton Police Department is needing help in identifying a suspect.
Lee Brice's "I Drive Your Truck" was inspired by the story of PFC Jared Monti, who trained at Fort Sill.