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Arrest warrant issued for Lawton porch pirate

The larceny occurred on November 9th. The suspect was caught on camera taking a package off of the victim's porch. The crime was showcased on KSWO the following day. Detectives and Crime Stoppers have since received tips identifying the suspect as Javier Roman. A warrant has been issued for the arre

KSWO.COM - 2017-11-17 20:12:45

Lawton student defeats the odds, chases his dreams

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - One Lawton student who has been fighting an uphill battle his entire life is encouraging his peers to follow their dreams. 16-year-old Cameron Smith is a student at Eisenhower High School. He loves to play ragtime music on the piano and has written over 400 of his own composition

KSWO.COM - 2017-11-18 03:56:16

CCMH collects 10,000 cans for the Lawton Food Bank

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- Comanche County Memorial Hospital donated around 10,000 cans of food to the Lawton Food Bank today. They made it a challenge for all the departments within the hospital. The department that donated the most cans even won a golden can award. Department Manager Noelle Bowen says thi

KSWO.COM - 2017-11-17 20:47:50

The 44th annual Harvest Craft Show is this weekend in Lawton

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- If you're looking for something to do this weekend, head on out to the 44th Annual Harvest Craft Show. Starting tomorrow, you can shop for a variety of items like from candles, to jewelry, clothing and wooden toys. About 180 vendors will be on hand-one is even coming down from Min


Winner of Supermarket Sweep takes home $273 in groceries

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) -A lucky Lawtonian took home $273 of groceries for free, all thanks to the Lawton Food Bank, Arvest Bank and Country Mart. Anita McWilliams was the winner of the Supermarket Sweep. She was the lucky one who's ticket was drawn back on November 3rd. Each person who entered had to pay

KSWO.COM - 2017-11-18 17:24:15

Craft Harvest Craft Show kicks off

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - The 44th annual Craft Harvest Craft Show began Friday, kicking off a weekend of fun, food and crafts. The first night of the show featured hundreds of booths of art and craft items, showcasing the skill of Lawton's art community. The event was more than just an art display; it se

KSWO.COM - 2017-11-18 04:53:44

Big changes coming for LPS students

[Source KSWO] LAWTON, OK (LSWO)- The new Eisenhower Middle School will break ground next year, all thanks to the nearly $100 million bond voters approved for Lawton Public Schools. LPS officials plan to begin construction for the new EMS next Spring. New equipment and technology will also be distrib


Live mortar round found in Kingfisher will be inspected at Ft. Sill

KINGFISHER, OK (KSWO)- Authorities say a live mortar round was found near Kingfisher yesterday. According to the Kingfisher County Sheriff's office, the mortar round was found in a field off Highway 33 about five miles east of the Kingfisher city limits. A bomb squad responded to the scene and took

KSWO.COM - 2017-11-17 21:10:59

Injuries Reported in Muni Crash on Hwy 101

A collision between a "dump-style truck" and a Muni bus on Friday afternoon has stalled traffic on southbound Highway 101, just north of the Cesar Chavez exit. California Highway Patrol tweeted about the incident shortly after 4 p.m., stating that several lanes were closed and that commuters should

SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY - 2017-11-18 00:46:04

Gap rediscovers e-commerce playbook, a little late

The San Francisco apparel retailer, which also runs Banana Republic, Old Navy and Athleta, has struggled to increase sales over the past few years, forcing it to close stores and rethink its position in a fast-changing industry. I previously wrote that Gap was heading toward bankruptcy if it didn't

SFCHRONICLE.COM - 2017-11-18 14:00:00

Crisis pregnancy centers' free-speech suit over California law may backfire

Abortion foes behind the clinics known as "crisis pregnancy centers" want the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a California law requiring the clinics to inform their patients about the availability of abortions. But if they win the California case, they could lose much more in 16 other states, wher

SFCHRONICLE.COM - 2017-11-18 20:05:00

US-UN-backed Haitian police massacre teachers and students demanding money for schools, not the army

- Reports of a mass killing by the US-UN occupation trained and supervised Haitian police in Port-au-Prince- Police brutally beat teachers and students in Cap-Haitien demanding money for education, not to restore the murderous army by Haiti Action Committee Monday, Nov. 13, was a day of extra-judici

SFBAYVIEW.COM - 2017-11-18 08:00:00

Kevon Looney impresses despite Warriors not picking up his option

PHILADELPHIA - Three weeks ago, when the Warriors decided not to exercise his fourth-year option, Kevon Looney faced a potentially awkward situation: Would he essentially be a lame duck, forced to watch from the bench until he hits free agency next summer? That the opposite has unfolded is one of Go

SFGATE - 2017-11-18 19:14:00

SF librarian, blinded by nanny, inspired registry for child care workers

Inside the Library for the Blind and Print Disabled sits 34-year-old Elizabeth Phillips, who joined the staff in September as a braillist, creating documents that blind people like her can read. Beside her rests her guide dog, Allegro, who helps her get to the library on BART from her home in Berkel

SFCHRONICLE.COM - 2017-11-18 19:00:00

Rocco's Cafe maintains nostalgic flavor in rapidly changing city

Warriors leading the league in social discourse Most people know about Sam's, the Tadich Grill, the Swan Oyster Depot, Original Joe's and the Hang Ah Tea Room. But Sproul has introduced me to places like the Gold Mirror, out on Taraval, the Seven Mile House, just over the county line near the Cow P

SFCHRONICLE.COM - 2017-11-18 18:00:00

Weekly collects seven awards in Bay Area journalism contest

The Palo Alto Weekly's editorial staff collected seven awards in this year's Greater Bay Area Journalism Contest for breaking news, best news story for a non-daily publication, investigative reporting, serious feature story, and continuing coverage. More than 300 entries of work by Bay Area media o

PALO ALTO ONLINE - 2017-11-18 22:23:00

UPDATE: One dead in officer-involved shooting near Thomas Road

WEST MONROE, La. (KNOE) - Update: 7:40 pm - One person is dead. Authorities have not identified the suspect. Update: 7:10 pm - Watch a replay our Facebook live report on our Facebook page or below. Update: 7:00 pm - Our reporter on the scene says there is a man on the ground who is not moving. The

KALB.COM - 2017-11-18 03:55:00

Asia Moore asks judge to reduce half million dollar bond for murder charge

RAPIDES PARISH, La. (KALB) - Asia Moore, 18, the Alexandria woman charged with the August stabbing death of Tyneisha Briggs, 17, after police said a social media argument turned deadly, is asking a Rapides Parish judge to reduce her bond. Moore is charged with second degree murder. Her bond is set a

KALB.COM - 2017-11-17 17:29:00

License plate readers help solve crime in Avoyelles Parish

MARKSVILLE, La. (KALB) - You may have noticed a new device on the side of Highway 1 in Marksville over the last few weeks. But you may not know what it's used for. "I thought it was something that would maybe get someone a speeding ticket to be honest with you," said Craig Mcghee, Avoyelles Parish

KALB.COM - 2017-11-18 00:10:00

1 election outcome certain: New Orleans' 1st woman mayor

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - New Orleans voters are choosing their next mayor in a runoff election that will result in a woman winning the top city government post for the first time. City Council member Latoya Cantrell and former municipal Judge Desiree Charbonnet were the top two finishers among 18 candida

KALB.COM - 2017-11-18 21:09:00