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Limits Made To CA Welfare Options

California's governor has made a list of businesses where welfare cards will no longer be accepted.  The state-issued debit can no longer be used at medical marijuana shops, psychics and other businesses whose services have been deemed inconsistent with the intent of the program. Also included are bail bond establishments, bingo halls, cruise ships and tattoo parlors.

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  • Proposed communications tower concerns business owners

    Proposed communications tower concerns business owners

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 10:14 PM EDT2017-07-27 02:14:49 GMT
    Proposed communications tower concerns business ownersProposed communications tower concerns business owners

    A new communications tower being proposed in Wichita Falls is raising concerns. One local business owner fears the tower will scare away visitors driving along the highway. The proposed location is currently 1212 Broad Street, near the Motel 6 off 12th Street.  The communications tower is expected to be nearly 165 feet high, and is located near several business and the overpass.

    A new communications tower being proposed in Wichita Falls is raising concerns. One local business owner fears the tower will scare away visitors driving along the highway. The proposed location is currently 1212 Broad Street, near the Motel 6 off 12th Street.  The communications tower is expected to be nearly 165 feet high, and is located near several business and the overpass.

  • Wichita Falls man arrested for DWI following overnight crash

    Wichita Falls man arrested for DWI following overnight crash

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 8:08 PM EDT2017-07-27 00:08:09 GMT
    Rodney Scott Womack (Source: WCSO)Rodney Scott Womack (Source: WCSO)

    According to the Wichita Falls Police Department, Rodney Scott Womack, 38, was driving southbound on Central Freeway around 10:45 p.m. when he lost control of his vehicle.

    According to the Wichita Falls Police Department, Rodney Scott Womack, 38, was driving southbound on Central Freeway around 10:45 p.m. when he lost control of his vehicle.

  • Wichita Falls Gang Unit helped decrease gang activity

    Wichita Falls Gang Unit helped decrease gang activity

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 7:42 PM EDT2017-07-26 23:42:25 GMT

    The Texas Department of Public Safety's "Gang Assessment Report" ranked Wichita County as one of the areas where gangs are pretty active just below major cities. 

    The Texas Department of Public Safety's "Gang Assessment Report" ranked Wichita County as one of the areas where gangs are pretty active just below major cities. 

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