Girl, 9, whose family fought to keep her on life support dies at Texas hospital

The 9-year-old suffered cardiac arrest in late September and was admitted to the hospital, where she was declared brain dead and placed on a ventilator.

  Teacher on leave after allegedly duct taping CO student to chair

Police have opened a criminal investigation into the incident, but no charges have been filed.

Perfect Fall Weather

The sun came out today.

WFPD building relations with its community

Some Wichita Falls Police officers educated more than two dozen city residents on Saturday during a seminar hosted by police and a non-profit.

UPDATE: Silver Alert cancelled, man found safe

The Lawton Police Department has found missing Lawton man.

Mega Millions jackpot grows to $1.6 billion after nobody won Friday’s drawing

The Mega Millions jackpot has now swelled to $1.6 billion after nobody bought a winning ticket for the Friday night drawing.

Matriarch of Eastside honored with headstone

The headstone that now marks the site of Dr. Annie Davis Roark previously unmarked grave is etched with the words “Matriarch of the Eastside” the moniker she received for her service to her community. It is all thanks to efforts from the Museum of North Texas and funds raised by the community.

Officials confirm death of Clay County toddler

A Clay County toddler has passed away.

Many prepare for Zombie Crawl’s return to WF

A couple years ago the event was killed off, but now Downtown Wichita Falls development is bringing it back to life.

Cancelled fire fighter hay ride leaves haunting effect

While many events will still go on this weekend despite the wet conditions, the Bowman Volunteer Fire Department cancelled its Second annual Haunted Hay ride because of the rain. The field next to the station was flooded and so was the secondary location across the street.

Texas unemployment rate continues to drop

Texas has seen 27 consecutive months of employment growth.

Multiple arrests made after police discover 7 pounds of meth in WF hotel

Two men face charges after police discovered nearly 7 pounds of methamphetamine in a Wichita Falls motel.

WFFD looking to hire first responders

The Wichita Falls Fire department is hoping to grow its crew in the next few months following a decline in applicant numbers over the years.

Domestic violence survivor shares story during annual First Step Vigil

First Step, Inc. had its 16th annual Candlelight Vigil in honor of Domestic Awareness Month.

Veterans speak out at roundtable discussion

Several of our military veterans spoke with The Catholic Charities of Fort Worth about issues they face during a roundtable discussion on Thursday.

16th annual First Step Candlelight Vigil is taking place tonight

An event to honor those impacted by domestic violence is taking place tonight.

2nd annual March of Honor approaching fast

North Texas Veterans Relief Fund will hold its second annual March of Honor on November 3 to raise money to help house homeless veterans. NTVRF is a non-profit that helps homeless veterans.

One more dreary day

Tomorrow will be another rainy morning.

Tornado numbers trend downward in Texas

A new tornado study analyzes frequency trends across the country.

Hundreds of Wichita Co. residents to participate in national health survey

Wichita County is one of 15 counties in the entire country selected this year to take part in a national health survey.

UPDATE: Charges recommended against minor in Lawton dog abuse case

Lawton Animal Welfare announced their recommendation on Thursday morning.

Bowman VFD cancels Haunted Hay Ride due to weather

A fundraiser for a local volunteer fire department has been washed out by the recent rain.

Special Olympics postpones soccer games due to rain

Special Olympics - North Texas Region has once again been forced to postpone soccer matches.

Winners of BBB Torch Awards for Ethics announced Thursday

The businesses that display the highest level of ethics and integrity are being celebrated.

River levels drop despite persistent rain

The river crested at 10 feet, or one foot above the flood stage, before it began to fall again.

Wichita County adds new vote centers ahead of election

Wichita County residents can expect to see more vote centers in the area on election day thanks to County Commissioners’ efforts to make it easier to get to the polls.

Mega Millions jackpot is up to $970 million as lottery fever intensifies

Combined with Powerball, the two jackpots total $1.4 billion.

Gas prices down this week in Wichita Falls

Gas prices in Wichita Falls are down this week.

Catholic Charities to host Veteran Roundtable Discussion today

A roundtable discussion to focus on the needs of veterans in our community is taking place today.

Church hosts first Trunk-or-Treat event on Wednesday evening

Families dressed in their best Halloween costumes took part in a fun event on Wednesday evening at First Christian Church in Wichita Falls.

WF Mayoral candidate’s campaign signs vandalized

Crane supporter says her campaign sign was destroyed.

Goodyear blimp visits Lawton

The Goodyear blimp is parked for the night after giving rides to Goodyear employees, their families, and a few VIP guests.

Mother reacts to son’s scary crash

A Wichita Falls mother told Newschannel Six on Wednesday that she was still taken back by her son’s bicycle crash the night before.“I freaked out a little bit," Traci Roberts said. "I’m always concerned. I know he’s a very safe cyclist.”

Soccer team close to coming to Wichita Falls

For the last six months, Spectra Venue Management has been working to try and bring a soccer team to Wichita Falls.

WFISD responds to complaints made by parents of special needs students

Parents attended the school board meeting Monday night to express concern over the needs of students with special needs.

Bingo, Bags and Badges a big win for organizers

Roberts said she wants to make it an annual event and added it will be held again next October.

MSU hosts Networking Career Fair

The Career Management Center routinely hosts career fairs and offers additional resources for students and alumni on its webpage.

Burkburnett man arrested for allegedly hitting 12-year-old boy

A Burkburnett man is accused of punching a 12-year-old boy following a phone conversation where the phrase, "your mom" was used, according to court documents.

Safe Kids Halloween is set for Tuesday, October 30

Our annual event promotes a safe trick-or-treating experience for Texoma families.

Local group raises awareness for the blind

The goal was to raise awareness about blindness and how the blind can live and work independently while giving back to their communities.

UPDATE: Dog beaten on camera in Lawton undergoes surgery

Neel Veterinary Hospital in Oklahoma City offered to cover 100% of the surgery costs, but the dog's owner says he'll be making a large donation to the hospital with part of what's been raised on Sprocket's GoFundMe page.