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    Farm Bill Basics Meeting

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    The Texas AM AgriLife Extension will host a Farm Bill Basics meeting Monday, April 21st at the Region 9 Education Center located at 301 Texas Loop 11 in Wichita Falls. 

    SKYWARN 6 FORECAST

    A Little Warmer Today, Rain Chances Return Tonight

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    Saturday's highs will be in the mid to upper 70's. Clouds will continue to stream into Texoma, but rain chances don't return until tonight. Easter Sunday could be a little stormy.

    Animal Services Launches Adoption Program

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    It was a big day for the Wichita Falls Animal Services on Friday. They launched their new adoption program!

    Deadly Accident Driver Let Go

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    The man who was behind the wheel of a truck that hit and killed an 11-year-old boy in Wichita County will not face any charges. 

    Scam Alert

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    Several residents in Electra have received fraudulent checks. 

    Iowa Park Crossing Will Be Closed

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    Drivers in Wichita Falls will notice some road work at Iowa Park crossing next week. 

    New Water Well Being Considered

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    Vernon city officials could discuss tapping another water well next week.

    Easter Egg Drop

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    Kids will get an awesome Easter Egg Hunt at Colonial Church in Wichita Falls. 

    Texoma's Most Wanted

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    This is a look at the top 5 most wanted fugitives in the Texoma area.

    Drought Watch: Airport Water Retention

    Drought Watch: Airport Water Retention Video included

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    The Wichita Falls Airport is helping the city save water by installing a water filtration system capable of holding 250,000 gallons of water.

    Drought Watch Video included

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    Drought Watch

    Lawton Deadly Shooting Investigation

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    Lawton Police are now investigating the 7th homicide of the year following a shooting Friday morning.

    Harder Ground: Higher Risk Video included

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    The drought isn't just affecting our lawns and the community.  It is having an impact on athletes and the risk of injury.

    Aggravated Robbery Suspect Behind Bars

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    A second of 3 suspects in an aggravated robbery is now behind arrest.

    1 Year West Texas Anniversary

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    Today marks 1 year since disaster touched the community of West, Texas.

    Girling Hospice Grant One Texoma Man's Wish

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    One Texoma man was treated to a day of Texas Ranger baseball Thursday all thanks to Girling Hospice of Wichita Falls.

    W.F.I.S.D. Names Teacher of The Year

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    Teachers in the W.F.I.S.D. were honored Thursday night.

    Miles Bench Ruled Competent to Stand Trial

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    A Velma man charged in the murder of a 16-year-old girl was ruled competent to stand trial Thursday. 

    Understanding the Bond: How Will You Vote?

    Understanding the Bond: How Will You Vote? Video included

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    Wichita Falls is nearing now less than a month away from voting on it's school boards 2014 $125 million bond proposal.

    State Park Drought Watch Video included

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    Lake Arrowhead State Park, known for it's recreational water sports is hurting under the current drought conditions. With a lake Level of 24.3%, many texomans are not visiting the park. 

    Pet of the Week Video included

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    Bumper is our pet of the week.

    Youth United Dodgeball Tournament Video included

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    Youth United is inviting the public to watch it's Dodge, Duck and Dive Dodgeball Tournament.

    Pre-Trial Conference For April Alexander

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    A Texoma mother accused of causing deadly injuries to her child appeared in 78th District Court Thursday morning for a Pre-Trial Conference.

    Graham Teen Killed In Car Accident Video included

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    Family, friends, and loved ones in the city of Graham are trying to grieve after an early morning crash ended the life of one of their own.  

    NCAA Expanding Meals For Athletes

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    The NCAA's Legislative Council approved a proposal to expand meal plans for college athletes.

    More Money Headed to Montague Co. for Road Repairs

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    Montague Co. is getting some extra money to help repair heavily damaged roads.  

    Stage 5 Household

    Stage 5 Household Video included

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    The city of Wichita Falls stage 5 drought plan does not ask residents to lower their monthly water use.

    Self-Conscious Selfies Video included

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    Self-Conscious Selfies

    Spend Your Tax Refund Wisely Video included

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    The National Foundation for Credit Counseling offers the following tips about how to spend your refund wisely.

    WFHS Baby Boomers Reunion Video included

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    The Wichita Falls High School Baby Boomers Reunion Committee is looking for graduates from the 50's, 60's and 70's.

    Teen Killed In Head On Collision

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    A Graham teenager was killed in a crash on Wednesday morning.

    Montague County Getting More Money For Road Repairs

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    Montague County will be receiving some extra funding to repair roads damaged by energy production traffic. 

    Stage 5: Water Limits

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    Water usage limits on households won't change when Stage 5 is triggered.

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    • SKYWARN 6 FORECAST

      A Little Warmer Today, Rain Chances Return Tonight

      Slight Rain Chances Tonight Into Easter

      Saturday, April 19 2014 6:22 AM EDT2014-04-19 10:22:48 GMT
      Slight Weekend Rain Chances
      Saturday's highs will be in the mid to upper 70's. Clouds will continue to stream into Texoma, but rain chances don't return until tonight. Easter Sunday could be a little stormy.
    • Tighter Gun Restrictions?

      Tighter Gun Restrictions?

      Wednesday, April 16 2014 8:57 AM EDT2014-04-16 12:57:00 GMT
      Tighter restrictions on gun control could impact gun owners and potential buyers in Texoma. President Barrack Obama requested $1.1 billion dollars for gun control. The department of Justice requested $382 million. This money will be used to protect Americans from gun violence.
      Tighter restrictions on gun control could impact gun owners and potential buyers in Texoma. President Barrack Obama requested $1.1 billion dollars for gun control. The department of Justice requested $382 million. This money will be used to protect Americans from gun violence.
    • Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe: Summer Water Concerns

      Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe: Summer Water Concerns

      Wednesday, April 16 2014 1:23 AM EDT2014-04-16 05:23:33 GMT
      The Wichita Falls City Council approved a measure to keep one Texoma water attraction open this summer. 
      The Wichita Falls City Council approved a measure to keep one Texoma water attraction open this summer. 
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