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Large Caddo County wildfire threatens structures

HINTON, Okla. — A large wildfire in Caddo County has burned hundreds of acres and is threatening structures, officials say. Crews from Weatherford, Clinton, Thomas, Watonga, Geary and Hydro are also responding. Oklahoma Highway Patrol is assisting with evacuations. Stay with KOCO 5 for more on this developing story.
CADDO COUNTY, OK
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Large Grass Fire Breaks Out In Caddo County

A large swath of land has caught fire Thursday evening in Caddo County. The fire is located between North 2540 Road and North 2560 Road, which is located west of Hinton. No injuries have been reported at this time. Bob Mills SkyNews 9 is covering the fire from the air.
CADDO COUNTY, OK
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Crews battling grass fire in Caddo County

CADDO COUNTY (KOKH) - Fire crews are responding to a grass fire near Hinton on Thursday afternoon. Reports say the fire is located between North 2540 Road and North 2560 Road. This is a developing story.
CADDO COUNTY, OK
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Warm And Windy Day Brings Fire Danger Ahead Of Storm Chances

UPDATE (5 p.m.):. Tornado Watch for Caddo, Canadian, Cleveland, Comanche, Garfield, Garvin, Grady, Kay, Kingfisher, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Noble, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, Payne, Pottawatomie, Seminole, Stephens and Tillman County until 12:00am. A warm and windy day for your Friday. It will be downright hot for folks out west. The fire danger...
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First Alert Forecast: Fire Danger, Warm Temperatures & Strong to Severe Storms | 4/29AM

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - To put it simple, today will be breezy and warm. Despite limited sunshine today, highs this afternoon will rise into the mid 80s east to upper 90s west. South winds 15 to 25mph with gusts into the 40s. A Wind Advisory is in place for Caddo, Grady, Kiowa, Harmon, Beckham and Washita counties from 12PM-8PM. These areas will likely see the highest wind gusts up to 45mph. With relative humidity as low as 5 percent, strong south winds and the unseasonably warm temperatures will create critical fire danger concerns during the afternoon hours. Simply do your part and avoid any/all activities that could create a spark or flame. A Red Flag Warning is in place for much of the area from 1PM-8PM.
LAWTON, OK
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Murder suspect hops into canal to evade Oklahoma City police

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A Caddo County murder suspect jumped into a canal and tried to swim away as Oklahoma City police were chasing him. Oklahoma City Police Department officials have not yet provided details on how officers first came in contact with the yet-to-be-named suspect on Wednesday. However,...
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