Hotter’N Hell founder honored as Legend of North Texas

Roby Christie has been named a Legend of North Texas by the Museum of North Texas. He is the founder of the Hotter’N Hell steering committee.
  League of Women Voters WF candidate forum day 2
Watch: Cruz, O’Rourke faced off in debate Tuesday night
Community service organizations receive money from City of WF
Downtown WF Steering Committee extended one year
Roller coaster weather impacting farmers across Texoma
Hotter’N Hell founder honored as Legend of North Texas

LOCAL

  WFPD, WFFD to get new software system
The new software systems are expected to be installed and operational by October of 2019.
City partnership with Work Services Corporation for maintenance work continues
The City of Wichita Falls has partnered with Work Services Corporation on this initiative since 1981.
City of Wichita Falls to turn off water reuse system temporarily following recent rain
The IPR went online and began pumping water into Lake Arrowhead in February of 2018.

  GRAPHIC VIDEO: Lawton man catches his dog being beaten on home surveillance video

The case is being investigated by authorities.

  Election Day: When & where to cast your ballot

Everything you need to know about the upcoming election can be found here.
  League of Women Voters WF holds candidate forum
  Good News: WF Man Helps Hurricane Michael Victims
  P.E.T.S. Hounds Habitat Project

SPORTS

  MSU Texas men’s golf takes home Midwestern State Invitational team and individual titles

Chance Craig claimed his first collegiate win in dominating style Tuesday in the Midwestern State Invitational at Wichita Falls Country Club.

NATIONAL HEADLINES

YouTube working again after worldwide outage
  Drawing held for record $667M Mega Millions jackpot

Boy’s stolen pumpkin returned after family offers $500 reward for it

A boy has been reunited with a 100-pound pumpkin after his family offered a reward for its return.

  Central Texas flooding kills at least 1 as heavy rains batter region

The Llano river is expected to crest 18 feet above major flood stage on Tuesday, and has already destroyed a bridge and flooded homes.