What's going on in Lawton, Fort Sill lately? The past couple of weeks has been insane. We'd had more bomb threats, bodies being found, and all kinds of other break-ins and burglaries. So with everything that's going on do you feel safe living in Lawton, Fort Sill? Take the quick poll and let us know your opinion.
Over the past couple of days, several stories have surfaced about Oklahoma malls and stores using A.I. gun detection technologies. People at Penn Square Mall in Oklahoma City, OK. have been approached by mall security and asked if they were armed.
And now a few public saftey reminder tips for this Fourth of July weekend from your friends here at Townsquare Media Lawton. I know we're all looking forward to this weekend and it seems like it's been forever since we've been able to get together and have a good time. The COVID-19 pandemic last year pretty much put an end to all the usual Independence Day celebrations. So that means this year we're going BIG and most of us are planning massive cookouts, parties and going to various celebrations and fireworks displays.
It seems like we've had more than our fair share of shootings, stabbings, break ins, vehicle thefts and an apparent increase in overall violent crime and property crime in Lawton, Fort Sill lately. In the past few weeks I've had the same conversation over and over with friends, family and co-workers. A lot of people don't feel safe and are worried about our current crime rates. So how about you? Do you feel safe living or visiting Lawton, Fort Sill?
In response to the National Transportation Safety Board-proposed ban on cellphones while driving, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers tried to defend hands-free devices. They’re “designed to be used in a way that helps drivers keep their eyes on the road,” they said, but now it looks like this defense doesn’t hold water.
If you’re a frequent flyer, you’ve probably zoned out during quite a few airplane safety demonstrations. Pegasus, a Turkish airline, brilliantly eschewed the usual bored flight attendants for some seriously adorable kids. The tots, dressed as attendants, passengers and even an aviator-clad pilot, walk us through proper seatbelt buckling and how to operate an oxygen mask with panache.