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Chickasha murder suspects arrested in Lawton

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - Lawton police arrested two suspects in a murder case out of Chickasha. According to an OSBI press release, 16-year-old Dmillion Williams, also known as NinePoint, and 18-year-old Malcolm Jackson, also known as Highlife, were arrested Monday evening.


First Alert 7 Forecast: precipitation ends and we look ahead to a warming trend

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - Any rain or wintry mix will end this evening and temperatures will be warming up over the next several days. Cloudy with patchy drizzle possible this evening then clearing after midnight. Temperatures between 32-34 falling slowly, then turning colder after midnight as skies clear


ODOT maintaining roads during winter weather

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - ODOT crews began working last Friday to prepare for Tuesday’s winter weather. “We applied salt water brine to most of our bridges and overpasses and some of the curbs and hills that we historically have problems with,” said Tracy Terrill of ODOT.


Man arrested after being accused of breaking into Lawton business

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - A man is in the Lawton city jail after he was accused of breaking into a business. Police say Jason Hutton was arrested early Sunday morning inside a business in the 1000 block of Southwest H. Avenue. Police believed he used a golf club that was stolen from another store to break


Locals speak out against proposed ‘Constitutional Carry’ bill

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - A local gun store is speaking out against the latest attempt by the legislature to pass a constitutional carry bill. Supporters of House Bill 2597 say if the bill is passed, nothing will change in terms of who can buy a gun. Felons and those with mental illnesses will still be una


Lawton’s new city manager outlines goals

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - Lawton’s new city manager is getting adjusted to his new job which he started last Monday. Michael Cleghorn retired from the military after serving 21 years. Shortly after retiring, he started working in city government.


Oklahoma student passes away from bacterial meningitis

WOODWARD, Okla. – An Oklahoma community is mourning the loss of a student who recently passed away from bacterial meningitis. Woodward Public Schools Superintendent Kyle Reynolds told the Enid News and Eagle that a seventh-grade student died over the weekend from the bacteria.


Photos: Winter Weather in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA- A new winter storm sweeps across Oklahoma brining, snow, ice, sleet, and cold temperatures. Upload your pictures or videos through the 4WarnMe app.


Oklahoma SNAP customers to receive food benefits March 1

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Department of Human Services will release all March SNAP food benefits on March 1. All eligible customers will automatically receive their benefits on March 1.


Oklahoma Senate committee passes bills limiting 4-day school weeks

OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma state Senate committee passed two bills Tuesday to limit and possibly eliminate 4-day school weeks. Senate Bill 441 requires schools to go back to 5-day weeks. Any school that wants to stay on a 4-day schedule would be able to plead its case to the state board of educatio


Oklahoma police rescue children from carjacking suspect in dramatic video

Newly released video shows the moment two children were rescued at a gas station by police from a carjacking suspect in Oklahoma last month. The Tulsa Police Department said in a Facebook post the incident happened on Jan. 11, when officers received a call about a stolen vehicle that was believed to


OHP: Oklahoma Man Texting During Fatal Car Wreck

OKFUSKEE COUNTY, Oklahoma - A 45-year-old man is dead after Oklahoma Highway Patrol said he ran off the road while texting around 7:35 a.m. Monday, February 18. Troopers said the fatality crash happened two miles north of Okemah on Lake Road in Okfuskee County.


Freezing rain, snow move into Oklahoma on Tuesday

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect through midnight Tuesday. Freezing rain and snow will move into Oklahoma Tuesday, causing icy roads and travel delays through the afternoon and evening. Precipitation will start in southern Oklahoma and will spread north throughout the la


A disappointing attack on Oklahoma children

Last week, committees in the Oklahoma House and Senate each advanced legislation to raise the cap on the amount of tax credits that can be issued to those donating to scholarship-granting organizations for needy children.


2 teens arrested in slaying of 18-year-old Chickasha man

LAWTON, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma law enforcement authorities have arrested two more suspects in the shooting death of an 18-year-old man in Grady County last month. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said Tuesday that 16-year-old Dmillion Williams and 18-year-old Malcolm Jackson were arrested M


Lawton community races down the runway on AmTrykes

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - In Lawton’s Central Mall on Saturday, you could find community members racing down the track on Amtrykes!. It was the annual AMBUCS Amtryke Races. Amtrykes are therapeutic tricycles that are used as part of physical therapy.


Oklahoma House approves bill that would let you have phone out while voting

OKLAHOMA CITY — Soon, Oklahomans may not have to keep their cellphones away in the voting booth. Right now, Oklahomans cannot legally share photos of ballots on social media.


Oklahoma game wardens warn of public land abuse

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Oklahoma Game Wardens are warning people to not be a public land abuser in a recent Facebook post. In the post they shared some pictures and said if you hunt, fish, or recreate on public lands you've probably come across areas littered with trash.


Cameron Honors students present research projects

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - Students in Cameron’s Honors Program are ready to take the next academic step now that they’ve presented big research projects on campus Monday morning. The presentations were a part of the university's 2019 research summit. There the honors students put a spotlight on their hard


Oklahoma road crews prepare for possible winter mix

Road crews statewide, including both Oklahoma City and Tulsa metro areas, are on standby and are monitoring highways, bridges and overpasses as a winter storm is anticipated to move into the state, potentially impacting the Oklahoma City metro area during Tuesday morning rush hour. Drivers should pl