As Texoma enters into the winter months, signs of the summer's drought still linger. Practically every part of the area has been touched by the excessive heat, high winds, and wildfires.
But as we continue through the current drought, residents are still concerned. They want to know if the city is prepared to take on another drought.
Newschannel 6 went digging for answers to find out exactly how the city is prepared. We discovered changes are being done monthly.
Watch this story Tuesday, November 8th at 10P, Only On 6.
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.
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.
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 construction of the parking lot going across the street from Midwestern State University is going on just as planned and workers hope it will be open soon.
Water at Hunter's Crossing is back on after some of the residents there went most of Tuesday and all of Tuesday night without it.