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Jimmie Johnson

Jimmie Johnson joined the Newschannel 6 news team in November 2013.

Jimmie is coming all the way from Violet, Louisiana. A small town boy with a deep connection to New Orleans music, culture, cuisine and beloved Saints. Who Dat!

Jimmie is a proud alum of Xavier University of Louisiana. He graduated in July 2013 with a Bachelors of Arts degree in mass communications and a minor in political science.

While attending Xavier, he was actively involved on campus. He was political editor for the award-winning student newspaper The Xavier Herald, reporter and anchor for XU NEWS ONE student news program, photographer and sideline reporter for Xavier Sports Broadcasting, and vice-president of the Xavier student chapter of the National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ).

In addition to his roles as a student, Jimmie spent countless hours interning at NBC-Hearst affiliate WDSU-6 in (New Orleans, La.) earning himself the title 'Super-intern.' During his time there he worked alongside some of the best in the news industry, affording him the opportunity to cover major breaking news stories. In the summer of 2012, as an intern he stayed behind to assist the news station in wall-to-wall coverage of hurricane Isaac. He traveled city panes New Orleans to report on storm damage and follow-up on recovery in the region.

Jimmie loves fashion and sports. In his spare time enjoys designing bowties for his soon to release collection, watching 'romance' movies on Netflix and cheering on his array of sports teams: Saints, Steelers, LSU, OSU, Lakers, and Pelicans.

Jimmie loves the small town life and is excited to start his career in Texoma.

If you have a story or idea you would like to share, contact Jimmie at: jjohnson@kauz.com

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  • Graham Teen Killed In Car Accident

    Graham Teen Killed In Car Accident

    Thursday, April 17 2014 1:08 AM EDT2014-04-17 05:08:19 GMT
    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.  
    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.  
  • 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. 
  • Understanding The Bond: W.F.I.S.D. Holds Second Town Hall Meeting

    Understanding The Bond: W.F.I.S.D. Holds Second Town Hall Meeting

    Monday, April 14 2014 11:58 PM EDT2014-04-15 03:58:43 GMT
    The Wichita Falls Independent School District held its second of three scheduled town hall meetings Monday at Hirschi High School. 
    The Wichita Falls Independent School District held its second of three scheduled town hall meetings Monday at Hirschi High School. 
  • STEP 2nd Quarter Results: Aims To Curve Traffic Violations In Texoma

    STEP 2nd Quarter Results: Aims To Curve Traffic Violations In Texoma

    Friday, April 11 2014 11:46 PM EDT2014-04-12 03:46:35 GMT
    WFPD hopes to crack down on drivers breaking the law.  
    WFPD hopes to crack down on drivers breaking the law.  
  • Drought Affecting MSU

    Drought Affecting MSU

    Thursday, April 10 2014 11:42 PM EDT2014-04-11 03:42:03 GMT
    The lack of rain in Texoma is impacting safety and possible growth at Midwestern State University. 
    The lack of rain in Texoma is impacting safety and possible growth at Midwestern State University. 
  • Tx-DOT Raise Work Zone Safety

    Tx-DOT Raise Work Zone Safety

    Thursday, April 10 2014 12:42 AM EDT2014-04-10 04:42:20 GMT
    Texas drivers are dying in work zone wrecks due to speed and distraction.
    Texas drivers are dying in work zone wrecks due to speed and distraction.
  • Understanding The Bond: Committee For Better Bond Wants Texomans to Vote No

    Understanding The Bond: Committee For Better Bond Wants Texomans to Vote No

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 11:06 AM EDT2014-04-09 15:06:55 GMT
    The Committee For A Better Bond pushes against W.F.I.S.D.'s bond proposal as election day nears. 
    The Committee For A Better Bond pushes against W.F.I.S.D.'s bond proposal as election day nears. 
  • Understanding The Bond: WFISD Town Hall Meeting

    Understanding The Bond: WFISD Town Hall Meeting

    Tuesday, April 8 2014 12:41 AM EDT2014-04-08 04:41:15 GMT
    Wichita Falls High School auditorium was filled with citizens concerned about the future of education in Wichita Falls. 
    Wichita Falls High School auditorium was filled with citizens concerned about the future of education in Wichita Falls. 
  • Bomb Threat Disrupts Treatment

    Bomb Threat Disrupts Treatment

    Wednesday, April 2 2014 11:47 PM EDT2014-04-03 03:47:54 GMT
    A Texoma dialysis center evacuated after bomb scare, causing patients to leave without full treatment. 
    A Texoma dialysis center evacuated after bomb scare, causing patients to leave without full treatment. 
  • WFPD Investigates Theft Involving Two Women Carrying Children

    WFPD Investigates Theft Involving Two Women Carrying Children

    Wednesday, April 2 2014 1:12 AM EDT2014-04-02 05:12:19 GMT
    More than $1,000 worth of merchandise stolen from one Texoma business. 
    More than $1,000 worth of merchandise stolen from one Texoma business. 
  • Fire Chief Retires After 31-years On The Job

    Fire Chief Retires After 31-years On The Job

    Saturday, March 29 2014 12:42 AM EDT2014-03-29 04:42:24 GMT
    Retirement never looked so sweet for one Wichita Falls public servant. 
    Retirement never looked so sweet for one Wichita Falls public servant. 
  • U.S. Autism Rates Increase

    U.S. Autism Rates Increase

    Friday, March 28 2014 1:39 AM EDT2014-03-28 05:39:47 GMT
    One in 68 kids has Autism, that’s according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
    One in 68 kids has Autism, that’s according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
  • Wichita County Not That Healthy

    Wichita County Not That Healthy

    Thursday, March 27 2014 1:11 AM EDT2014-03-27 05:11:17 GMT
    Wichita County not where it wants to be in new health rankings. 
    Wichita County not where it wants to be in new health rankings. 
  • New Attorney Takes Over In Electra

    New Attorney Takes Over In Electra

    Tuesday, March 25 2014 11:50 PM EDT2014-03-26 03:50:33 GMT
    Electra residents hope the appointment of new City Attorney is a step in the right direction.
    Electra residents hope the appointment of new City Attorney is a step in the right direction.
  • Downtown Revitalization Efforts

    Downtown Revitalization Efforts

    Tuesday, March 25 2014 12:59 AM EDT2014-03-25 04:59:13 GMT
    Residents in Wichita Falls voice their concerns regarding the future of downtown. 
    Residents in Wichita Falls voice their concerns regarding the future of downtown. 
  • Senior Drinking Limit

    Senior Drinking Limit

    Friday, March 21 2014 11:21 PM EDT2014-03-22 03:21:13 GMT
    Texomans over the age of 55 share with Newschannel 6 their experience of drinking and its effects on their bodies. 
    Texomans over the age of 55 share with Newschannel 6 their experience of drinking and its effects on their bodies. 

  • Texomans Gather At Lake Wichita To Pray

    Texomans Gather At Lake Wichita To Pray

    Friday, March 21 2014 1:46 AM EDT2014-03-21 05:46:42 GMT
    Residents from all across Texoma gathered on the dry bed of Lake Wichita Thursday for prayer.  
    Residents from all across Texoma gathered on the dry bed of Lake Wichita Thursday for prayer.  
  • Nonprofit Offers Counseling To Immigrants Seeking Citizenship

    Nonprofit Offers Counseling To Immigrants Seeking Citizenship

    Thursday, March 20 2014 12:52 AM EDT2014-03-20 04:52:37 GMT
    More immigrants in Texoma may be seeking a path to citizenship with the opening of a new nonprofit in Wichita Falls.
    More immigrants in Texoma may be seeking a path to citizenship with the opening of a new nonprofit in Wichita Falls.
  • Bowie Drought Contingency Plan Adopted; Excess Water

    Bowie Drought Contingency Plan Adopted; Excess Water

    Wednesday, March 19 2014 12:55 AM EDT2014-03-19 04:55:11 GMT
    Bowie city council approves new conservation and drought contingency plan despite having excess amount of water.
    Bowie city council approves new conservation and drought contingency plan despite having excess amount of water.
  • Red Cross Vehicle Donation

    Red Cross Vehicle Donation

    Tuesday, March 18 2014 12:16 AM EDT2014-03-18 04:16:44 GMT
    The American Red Cross introduces a new program where people can donate unwanted vehicles
    The American Red Cross introduces a new program where people can donate unwanted vehicles
  • Cameron And Electra Part Ways

    Cameron And Electra Part Ways

    Friday, March 14 2014 11:18 PM EDT2014-03-15 03:18:41 GMT
    Cameron International Corporation officially closes its doors. 
    Cameron International Corporation officially closes its doors. 
  • Bank Branches Set To Close In Texoma

    Bank Branches Set To Close In Texoma

    Friday, March 14 2014 2:39 PM EDT2014-03-14 18:39:16 GMT
    Many Texomans will soon be looking for a new banking institution. 
    Many Texomans will soon be looking for a new banking institution. 
  • Nocona Alcohol Referendum

    Nocona Alcohol Referendum

    Wednesday, March 12 2014 2:03 AM EDT2014-03-12 06:03:22 GMT
    Alcohol may become more easily available in a Montague County city, if a referendum passes in the upcoming May election. 
    Alcohol may become more easily available in a Montague County city, if a referendum passes in the upcoming May election. 

  • Controversy in Cashion: Airport Zoning Ordinance

    Controversy in Cashion: Airport Zoning Ordinance

    Tuesday, March 11 2014 10:23 AM EDT2014-03-11 14:23:09 GMT
    The city of Cashion held a town hall meeting Monday night to discuss a potential airport zoning ordinance. 
    The city of Cashion held a town hall meeting Monday night to discuss a potential airport zoning ordinance. 
  • Soldier Surprises Her Children At Daycare, Return From Saudi Arabia

    Soldier Surprises Her Children At Daycare, Return From Saudi Arabia

    Saturday, March 8 2014 12:18 AM EST2014-03-08 05:18:13 GMT
    It was a very special homecoming for one Texoma family. A soldier surprises her children after returning home from deployment. 
    It was a very special homecoming for one Texoma family. A soldier surprises her children after returning home from deployment. 
  • Paving The Way For Seymour

    Paving The Way For Seymour

    Thursday, March 6 2014 12:18 AM EST2014-03-06 05:18:47 GMT
    Baylor County expected to open a new road in the city of Seymour. 
    Baylor County expected to open a new road in the city of Seymour. 
  • Campaign 2014: Clay County Election Results

    Campaign 2014: Clay County Election Results

    Wednesday, March 5 2014 12:53 AM EST2014-03-05 05:53:34 GMT
    Clay County had three contested races in Tuesday’s primary elections. 
    Clay County had three contested races in Tuesday’s primary elections. 
  • Possible Riverside Cemetery Expansion

    Possible Riverside Cemetery Expansion

    Tuesday, March 4 2014 12:46 AM EST2014-03-04 05:46:12 GMT
    Wichita Falls oldest cemetery may soon be expanding.
    Wichita Falls oldest cemetery may soon be expanding.
  • Joint Land Use Study Forum: Last Chance For Residents

    Joint Land Use Study Forum: Last Chance For Residents

    Friday, February 28 2014 12:08 AM EST2014-02-28 05:08:13 GMT
    Sheppard Air Force Base Joint Land Use Study held its final open-forum Thursday night.
    Sheppard Air Force Base Joint Land Use Study held its final open-forum Thursday night.
  • Only On Six: The Age of Innocence

    Only On Six: The Age of Innocence

    Thursday, February 27 2014 10:23 AM EST2014-02-27 15:23:21 GMT
    Today's generation is so consumed with the entertainment industry, that some children are influenced by some of the things they see on television. 
    Today's generation is so consumed with the entertainment industry, that some children are influenced by some of the things they see on television. 
  • Cannonball Discovery

    Cannonball Discovery

    Thursday, February 27 2014 10:07 AM EST2014-02-27 15:07:01 GMT
    A Burburnett resident found a dangerous, but unique piece of history on Wednesday.
    A Burburnett resident found a dangerous, but unique piece of history on Wednesday.
  • Electra Looking For New City Attorney

    Electra Looking For New City Attorney

    Wednesday, February 26 2014 12:18 PM EST2014-02-26 17:18:20 GMT
    On Monday, the city of Electra removed its city attorney after two years on the job.
    On Monday, the city of Electra removed its city attorney after two years on the job.
  • Defense Downsize Proposed

    Defense Downsize Proposed

    Tuesday, February 25 2014 11:18 AM EST2014-02-25 16:18:44 GMT
    The U.S. Department of Defense made an announcement Monday that may affect active-duty service members.
    The U.S. Department of Defense made an announcement Monday that may affect active-duty service members.
  • All Dried Up

    All Dried Up

    Friday, February 21 2014 10:36 PM EST2014-02-22 03:36:03 GMT
    The drought is continuing to reek havoc in Texoma. More and more trees are dieing from the lack of water.
    The drought is continuing to reek havoc in Texoma. More and more trees are dieing from the lack of water.
  • Employment For The Disabled

    Employment For The Disabled

    Thursday, February 20 2014 12:53 PM EST2014-02-20 17:53:50 GMT
    A Texoma business is defying odds in a struggling economy, creating new jobs for the disabled.
    A Texoma business is defying odds in a struggling economy, creating new jobs for the disabled.
  • Gubernatorial Candidate Visit

    Gubernatorial Candidate Visit

    Wednesday, February 19 2014 11:25 AM EST2014-02-19 16:25:00 GMT
    A gubernatorial candidate with close ties to Texoma stopped by Wichita Falls Tuesday.
    A gubernatorial candidate with close ties to Texoma stopped by Wichita Falls Tuesday.
  • Deadline Set For WFISD Decision

    Deadline Set For WFISD Decision

    Monday, February 17 2014 11:48 PM EST2014-02-18 04:48:14 GMT
    Time is running out for the Wichita Falls Independent School Board.  Deadline now set for decision to be made on area high schools.
    Time is running out for the Wichita Falls Independent School Board.  Deadline now set for decision to be made on area high schools.
  • Young Valentines

    Young Valentines

    Saturday, February 15 2014 12:18 AM EST2014-02-15 05:18:36 GMT
    Valentine's Day is suppose to be a day for lovers, but now more than ever children are participating in the holiday. 
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    Valentine's Day is suppose to be a day for lovers, but now more than ever children are participating in the holiday. 
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  • Archer County Investigation Reveals Gun Dangers

    Archer County Investigation Reveals Gun Dangers

    Thursday, February 13 2014 11:38 PM EST2014-02-14 04:38:41 GMT
    Archer County Sheriffs revealed the findings of an investigation involving a body found in Lakeside City in January.
    Archer County Sheriffs revealed the findings of an investigation involving a body found in Lakeside City in January.
  • Sense Of Urgency For MSU Students

    Sense Of Urgency For MSU Students

    Thursday, February 13 2014 1:05 AM EST2014-02-13 06:05:26 GMT
    Midwestern State University dealt with an active shooter threat on Sunday and now the university police department is using the hoax to bring attention to a program they started years ago.
    Midwestern State University dealt with an active shooter threat on Sunday and now the university police department is using the hoax to bring attention to a program they started years ago.

  • Pride On The Court

    Pride On The Court

    Wednesday, February 12 2014 11:12 AM EST2014-02-12 16:12:48 GMT
    Openly gay athletes have been a topic of discussion since Missouri All-American Michael Sam told ESPN and The New York Times he is gay. 
    Openly gay athletes have been a topic of discussion since Missouri All-American Michael Sam told ESPN and The New York Times he is gay. 
  • Black Ice Treatments

    Black Ice Treatments

    Monday, February 10 2014 11:11 PM EST2014-02-11 04:11:45 GMT
    Black ice was present on Monday in Texoma causing a number of problems on roadways.
    Black ice was present on Monday in Texoma causing a number of problems on roadways.
  • Texoma Winter Shopping Frenzy

    Texoma Winter Shopping Frenzy

    Friday, February 7 2014 11:26 PM EST2014-02-08 04:26:09 GMT
    Frigid weather conditions in North Texas has many Texomans in a winter shopping frenzy.
    Frigid weather conditions in North Texas has many Texomans in a winter shopping frenzy.
  • Jacksboro Gas Off

    Jacksboro Gas Off

    Friday, February 7 2014 12:33 AM EST2014-02-07 05:33:04 GMT
    Residents and businesses in Jacksboro spent Thursday trying to find ways to stay warm.
    Residents and businesses in Jacksboro spent Thursday trying to find ways to stay warm.
  • Cleaning Dusters: A High That Could Be Deadly

    Cleaning Dusters: A High That Could Be Deadly

    Wednesday, February 5 2014 11:52 PM EST2014-02-06 04:52:35 GMT
    Attention, Texomans: People are using office and household products like "cleaning duster" to get high.
    Attention, Texomans: People are using office and household products like "cleaning duster" to get high.
  • More Snow, Fewer Wrecks

    More Snow, Fewer Wrecks

    Monday, February 3 2014 11:45 PM EST2014-02-04 04:45:44 GMT
    On Sunday many Texomans decided to stay indoors and watch the Super Bowl instead of taking on the icy roads.The weather for the Super Bowl XXXVIII was a concern but the event managed to go on without any snowfall during the game. However, North Texas received several inches of snow on game day.Newschannel 6 reached out to law enforcement and Texoma drivers to see what affects the weather had on Super Bowl Sunday travel."I just kind of stayed in. I was going to go out and watch the game at Buf...
    On Sunday many Texomans decided to stay indoors and watch the Super Bowl instead of taking on the icy roads.The weather for the Super Bowl XXXVIII was a concern but the event managed to go on without any snowfall during the game. However, North Texas received several inches of snow on game day.Newschannel 6 reached out to law enforcement and Texoma drivers to see what affects the weather had on Super Bowl Sunday travel."I just kind of stayed in. I was going to go out and watch the game at Buf...
  • Heart Disease Prevention Tips

    Heart Disease Prevention Tips

    Friday, January 31 2014 10:58 PM EST2014-02-01 03:58:30 GMT

    Throughout the month of February healthcare providers around the country and here in Texoma will be bringing awareness to American Heart Month.

    Throughout the month of February healthcare providers around the country and here in Texoma will be bringing awareness to American Heart Month.
  • Unemployed Back To Work

    Unemployed Back To Work

    Friday, January 31 2014 12:26 AM EST2014-01-31 05:26:17 GMT
    President Obama is touring the country days after delivering his State of the Union speech, his hope to put the long-term unemployed back to work.
    President Obama is touring the country days after delivering his State of the Union speech, his hope to put the long-term unemployed back to work.
  • Smart Guns In Future?

    Smart Guns In Future?

    Wednesday, January 29 2014 11:32 PM EST2014-01-30 04:32:31 GMT
    One foundation is challenging Americans around the country to develop firearms that are safer.
    One foundation is challenging Americans around the country to develop firearms that are safer.
  • Minimum Wage Set To Increase

    Minimum Wage Set To Increase

    Wednesday, January 29 2014 12:13 AM EST2014-01-29 05:13:34 GMT
    President Barack Obama delivered his annual State of the Union address Tuesday night and talked about a possible minimum wage increase for some American workers.
    President Barack Obama delivered his annual State of the Union address Tuesday night and talked about a possible minimum wage increase for some American workers.
  • Veterans Affairs Clinic Closing?

    Veterans Affairs Clinic Closing?

    Tuesday, January 28 2014 2:08 AM EST2014-01-28 07:08:19 GMT
    Rumors that the VA Clinic in Wichita Falls was closing had many Texoma veterans on edge.
    Rumors that the VA Clinic in Wichita Falls was closing had many Texoma veterans on edge.
  • New Smoking Report: More Health Risk

    New Smoking Report: More Health Risk

    Monday, January 20 2014 9:30 AM EST2014-01-20 14:30:27 GMT
    The U.S. Surgeon General released a report on Friday with a new list of health risk associated with smoking cigarettes.
    The U.S. Surgeon General released a report on Friday with a new list of health risk associated with smoking cigarettes.
  • Electra Prays For Its Future

    Electra Prays For Its Future

    Friday, January 17 2014 12:07 AM EST2014-01-17 05:07:28 GMT
    Residents in the City of Electra gathered Thursday night at First Baptist Church in Electra to pray for those affected by the closure of one of the city's biggest employers.
    Residents in the City of Electra gathered Thursday night at First Baptist Church in Electra to pray for those affected by the closure of one of the city's biggest employers.
  • Benefield Trial: Defense Calls Witnesses

    Benefield Trial: Defense Calls Witnesses

    Thursday, January 16 2014 11:49 AM EST2014-01-16 16:49:46 GMT
    The Brent Benefield Trial continued Wednesday at Wichita County Courthouse. Benefield is accused of causing bodily injuring to his 4 month old son Lucas Benefield that ultimately caused his death. 
    The Brent Benefield Trial continued Wednesday at Wichita County Courthouse. Benefield is accused of causing bodily injuring to his 4 month old son Lucas Benefield that ultimately caused his death. 
  • Attack On Sexual Assault

    Attack On Sexual Assault

    Wednesday, January 15 2014 12:06 AM EST2014-01-15 05:06:19 GMT
    A Texoma taxi company joins campaign to help airmen at Sheppard Air Force Base report sexual assault.
    A Texoma taxi company joins campaign to help airmen at Sheppard Air Force Base report sexual assault.
  • Flying Flu Free

    Flying Flu Free

    Wednesday, January 15 2014 12:00 AM EST2014-01-15 05:00:05 GMT
    It’s the peak of flu season and Sheppard Air Force Base is taking a number of precautions to keep the airmen and residents on base safe.
    It’s the peak of flu season and Sheppard Air Force Base is taking a number of precautions to keep the airmen and residents on base safe.
  • Beware of Tax Scams This Tax Season

    Beware of Tax Scams This Tax Season

    Friday, January 10 2014 11:39 PM EST2014-01-11 04:39:48 GMT
    The Internal Revenue Service has become aware of taxpayers who have been victimized by individuals pretending to be tax preparers and tricking people into filing fraudulent returns,Newschannel 6 talked to a professional tax service provider about some of those popular tax scams. 
    The Internal Revenue Service has become aware of taxpayers who have been victimized by individuals pretending to be tax preparers and tricking people into filing fraudulent returns,Newschannel 6 talked to a professional tax service provider about some of those popular tax scams. 
  • Kick Starting Kids Health

    Kick Starting Kids Health

    Friday, January 10 2014 2:01 PM EST2014-01-10 19:01:56 GMT
    Kids today are not as physically fit as their parents' generation, according to a recent study by the Centers for Disease and Prevention.
    Kids today are not as physically fit as their parents' generation, according to a recent study by the Centers for Disease and Prevention.
  • Counting Down To End Obesity?

    Counting Down To End Obesity?

    Friday, January 10 2014 12:03 AM EST2014-01-10 05:03:40 GMT
    Food and beverage companies cut calories to help fight obesity. The Robert Johnson Foundation said on Thursday over 40 companies managed to cut 6.4 trillion calories from its products in the past five years.
    Food and beverage companies cut calories to help fight obesity. The Robert Johnson Foundation said on Thursday over 40 companies managed to cut 6.4 trillion calories from its products in the past five years.
  • Electra Searching For New Police Chief

    Electra Searching For New Police Chief

    Wednesday, January 8 2014 5:55 AM EST2014-01-08 10:55:34 GMT
    After months of controversy the City of Electra has finally decided the fate of its police chief. 
    After months of controversy the City of Electra has finally decided the fate of its police chief. 
  • Are You Feeling Down?

    Are You Feeling Down?

    Wednesday, January 8 2014 2:27 AM EST2014-01-08 07:27:31 GMT
    January 6th is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year.  We spoke with a life expert to get some tips on how to stay motivated.
    January 6th is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year.  We spoke with a life expert to get some tips on how to stay motivated.
  • A Soldier's Tribute

    A Soldier's Tribute

    Saturday, January 4 2014 12:55 AM EST2014-01-04 05:55:54 GMT
    A World War II veteran gets a proper military salute over 30 years after his death. 
    A World War II veteran gets a proper military salute over 30 years after his death. 
  • Business Shooting To Texas

    Business Shooting To Texas

    Thursday, January 2 2014 11:42 PM EST2014-01-03 04:42:34 GMT
    One of the largest producers of gun magazines in the country is relocating to North Central Texas.
    One of the largest producers of gun magazines in the country is relocating to North Central Texas.
  • Staying On Track

    Staying On Track

    Thursday, January 2 2014 3:27 AM EST2014-01-02 08:27:28 GMT
    A new year means a news start and for others it just means continuing good habits or improving from last year. Some Texomans began New Year’s at the local grocery store.
    A new year means a news start and for others it just means continuing good habits or improving from last year. Some Texomans began New Year’s at the local grocery store.
  • Tips From Servers

    Tips From Servers

    Tuesday, December 31 2013 11:24 PM EST2014-01-01 04:24:21 GMT
    Staff at Denim & Diamonds were preparing Tuesday night for a parade of Texomans to come and celebrate the New Year safely.
    Staff at Denim & Diamonds were preparing Tuesday night for a parade of Texomans to come and celebrate the New Year safely.
  • Drone Possibilities in Texoma?

    Drone Possibilities in Texoma?

    Monday, December 30 2013 11:37 PM EST2013-12-31 04:37:58 GMT
    The Federal Aviation Administration announced Monday that it would allow six states to develop testing sites for drones and Texas was one of them.
    The Federal Aviation Administration announced Monday that it would allow six states to develop testing sites for drones and Texas was one of them.
  • Grand Hotel Status

    Grand Hotel Status

    Monday, December 30 2013 4:24 AM EST2013-12-30 09:24:13 GMT
    A Wichita Falls hotel has closed its doors to overnight guest after failing to meet health code inspections and letting its lodging permit expire.
    A Wichita Falls hotel has closed its doors to overnight guest after failing to meet health code inspections and letting its lodging permit expire.
  • World War II Veterans' Salute

    World War II Veterans' Salute

    Thursday, December 26 2013 11:08 PM EST2013-12-27 04:08:01 GMT
    A World War II veterans’ son fights for his father more than 30 years after his death. “Thirty one years that my father has passed away and he didn’t get a military send off for his funeral,” said Rodney Williams, son of World War II veteran. Nelson Williams, a US army veteran served our country in World War II. Williams was honorably discharged from the military and died in November 29, 1982, but never received a proper military burial. “My fiancé Paula, me and her were talking about it ...
    A World War II veterans’ son fights for his father more than 30 years after his death. “Thirty one years that my father has passed away and he didn’t get a military send off for his funeral,” said Rodney Williams, son of World War II veteran. Nelson Williams, a US army veteran served our country in World War II. Williams was honorably discharged from the military and died in November 29, 1982, but never received a proper military burial. “My fiancé Paula, me and her were talking about it ...
  • Holiday Return Policy Changes

    Holiday Return Policy Changes

    Tuesday, December 24 2013 12:09 AM EST2013-12-24 05:09:54 GMT
    All across Texoma parking lots are packed and retail stores are busy as Christmas nears, but something to keep in mind as you do last minute shopping, store return policies. John Capps, a frequent Wal-Mart shopper said he is familiar with Wal-Marts return and exchange policy, but realizes everyone’s return and exchange policies are different. "Best Buy they're pretty strict about there’s [return policy]. I think its fifteen days." Capps said while he mostly shops at Wal-Mart he is conscious...
    All across Texoma parking lots are packed and retail stores are busy as Christmas nears, but something to keep in mind as you do last minute shopping, store return policies. John Capps, a frequent Wal-Mart shopper said he is familiar with Wal-Marts return and exchange policy, but realizes everyone’s return and exchange policies are different. "Best Buy they're pretty strict about there’s [return policy]. I think its fifteen days." Capps said while he mostly shops at Wal-Mart he is conscious...
  • Affluenza Debate: Is it really an illness?

    Affluenza Debate: Is it really an illness?

    Friday, December 20 2013 4:24 PM EST2013-12-20 21:24:42 GMT
    Texomans give thoughts on controversial DUI case and now debated term "affluenza." 
    Texomans give thoughts on controversial DUI case and now debated term "affluenza." 
  • Fraud Awareness Amid Target Security Breach

    Fraud Awareness Amid Target Security Breach

    Friday, December 20 2013 4:11 PM EST2013-12-20 21:11:44 GMT
    The announcement Thursday morning that nearly 40 million of Targets customers, credit and personal information were compromised Nov. 27 through Dec. 15. put many shoppers across the US and in Texoma on edge.“It does worry me a little bit, now that we’re Christmas shopping. Everyone is using their debit cards and credit cards,” said Amy Villanuvea, a Texoma resident. “Somebody else can be out there trying to get that information. “Newschannel 6 talked with the Better Business Bureau about ways...
    The announcement Thursday morning that nearly 40 million of Targets customers, credit and personal information were compromised Nov. 27 through Dec. 15. put many shoppers across the US and in Texoma on edge.“It does worry me a little bit, now that we’re Christmas shopping. Everyone is using their debit cards and credit cards,” said Amy Villanuvea, a Texoma resident. “Somebody else can be out there trying to get that information. “Newschannel 6 talked with the Better Business Bureau about ways...
  • Dangerous Mixture: Energy Drinks & Alcohol Pose Health Risjs

    Dangerous Mixture: Energy Drinks & Alcohol Pose Health Risjs

    Wednesday, December 18 2013 2:52 PM EST2013-12-18 19:52:41 GMT
    Alcohol and energy drinks still a dangerous trend among young adults here in Texoma. "Teens and young adults, these are the people that tend to have more injuries related to mixing alcohol and energy drinks,” said Nurse Manager at Community Healthcare Center. “I just need to drink energy drinks,” said Justus Nwoke, a student at Midwestern State University. Nwoke said that he drinks the beverage to help him stay awake when studying for finals or when he has not gotten any sleep and has to r...
    Alcohol and energy drinks still a dangerous trend among young adults here in Texoma. "Teens and young adults, these are the people that tend to have more injuries related to mixing alcohol and energy drinks,” said Nurse Manager at Community Healthcare Center. “I just need to drink energy drinks,” said Justus Nwoke, a student at Midwestern State University. Nwoke said that he drinks the beverage to help him stay awake when studying for finals or when he has not gotten any sleep and has to r...
  • WFPD Searching For Suspect

    WFPD Searching For Suspect

    Tuesday, December 17 2013 2:59 PM EST2013-12-17 19:59:10 GMT
    Wichita Falls Police are looking for a man who they believe beat and robbed an elderly man Monday night.  
    Wichita Falls Police are looking for a man who they believe beat and robbed an elderly man Monday night.  
  • Toy Dangers

    Toy Dangers

    Friday, December 13 2013 10:45 PM EST2013-12-14 03:45:06 GMT
    Lots of parents in Texoma will be doing Christmas shopping for their kids over the next couple of weeks, but do you know what to look for before making those purchases?
    Lots of parents in Texoma will be doing Christmas shopping for their kids over the next couple of weeks, but do you know what to look for before making those purchases?
  • Holiday Aggressive Driving

    Holiday Aggressive Driving

    Thursday, December 12 2013 11:41 PM EST2013-12-13 04:41:23 GMT
    Christmas is less than two weeks away and many Texomans have places to go and things to do, but as the holiday nears aggressive driving increases. 
    Christmas is less than two weeks away and many Texomans have places to go and things to do, but as the holiday nears aggressive driving increases. 
  • Cough Busters

    Cough Busters

    Thursday, December 12 2013 3:17 PM EST2013-12-12 20:17:58 GMT
    The winter months are often a time when many people get sick, but is the winter weather the reason you get a cold?
    The winter months are often a time when many people get sick, but is the winter weather the reason you get a cold?
  • Fantasy of Lights Opens

    Fantasy of Lights Opens

    Wednesday, December 11 2013 1:17 AM EST2013-12-11 06:17:01 GMT
    The Burns Fantasy of Lights opened Tuesday on the campus of Midwestern State University with two new lighting displays.
    The Burns Fantasy of Lights opened Tuesday on the campus of Midwestern State University with two new lighting displays.
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  • Lawton Deadly Shooting Investigation

    Lawton Deadly Shooting Investigation

    Friday, April 18 2014 8:12 AM EDT2014-04-18 12:12:07 GMT
    Lawton Police are now investigating the 7th homicide of the year following a shooting Friday morning.
    Lawton Police are now investigating the 7th homicide of the year following a shooting Friday morning.
  • Harder Ground: Higher Risk

    Harder Ground: Higher Risk

    Friday, April 18 2014 12:25 AM EDT2014-04-18 04:25:05 GMT
    The drought isn't just affecting our lawns and the community.  It is having an impact on athletes and the risk of injury.
    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

    Aggravated Robbery Suspect Behind Bars

    Thursday, April 17 2014 10:50 PM EDT2014-04-18 02:50:57 GMT
    A second of 3 suspects in an aggravated robbery is now behind arrest.
    A second of 3 suspects in an aggravated robbery is now behind arrest.