Haley Wilson joined the 7NEWS team back in May of 2016. She reported live from some of the biggest stories in our area before moving to the anchor desk in December of 2019. Along with co-anchoring Good Morning Texoma, she is also the Medwatch reporter.
Haley is a Lawton native and graduated from Cameron University in May 2016. She earned her degree in Communications with a concentration in Radio and Television.
During her time at Cameron University, she hosted Cameron’s sports show, anchored, and reported on the school’s newscasts and wrote for the Cameron Collegian. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family, go hiking, and watch sports.
MedWatch airs about the middle of the evening news broadcasts
Monday – Saturday, 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. and Sunday, 5:30 and 10:00 p.m.
Filling a prescription isn’t something most people want to do right after a hospital stay, which is why Comanche County Memorial Hospital started offering Meds to Beds. Tara DeLonais, a Pharmacist at CCMH, said through the program, patients can get the...read more
Grief is something many people don’t think too much about until they’re going through it after losing a loved one. Comanche County Memorial Hospital Hospice has a grief group open to everyone in the community who has lost someone. Ted Edwards, a chaplain at Comanche...read more
Comanche County Memorial Hospital now has a place where people can drop off medicine, whether it was some they just didn't need, or it's expired, and they can no longer use it. The hospital has made dropping off old medication as easy as can be. "Any time of the day...read more
People across the country have made goals for this new year, but sticking to them, especially when you have big aspirations, is hard. There are things you can do that will help you achieve them this year. Jennifer Cargill, a local nurse practitioner at Lawton...read more
Respiratory Syncytial Virus, commonly known as RSV, is nothing more than a common cold for most kids and adults. But, it can be scary for new parents if their baby gets it because, for babies, it can put them in the hospital, and in some cases, make them fight for...read more
No shave November is something men across the nation participate in every year to raise cancer awareness. Some employees at Comanche County Memorial Hospital participated in a friendly competition this year. While No shave November gives men a break from having to...read more
Flu season is in full force, and health officials are concerned that too many people are refusing to get vaccinated. Flu season lasts from October to May, and doctors want people to know that getting vaccinated should be a priority. “I’m concerned that a lot of people...read more