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Brody Carter

Brody Carter joined Newschannel 6 in March 2014.

He graduated from Purdue University in December 2013 with a B.S. in Mass Communications.

While attending Purdue, Brody was actively involved on campus as a Reporter for The Exponent. He was also the editor-in-chief for the Fast Track news magazine.

Brody was born in Indiana and grew up in Valpariaso, which is the most southeast suburb of Chicago.  

Brody is happy to now call Texoma his home, and he is looking forward to becoming an active member of the community. He is also excited to be a voice for Texomans by reporting for Newschannel 6.

Brody loves music and the great outdoors. In his spare time he enjoys playing his guitar, attending local concerts and doing anything outside like running, hiking and playing golf.

If you have a story or idea, or information you want Brody to dig into, email him at bcarter@kauz.com.
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  • New Lunch Menu For WFISD

    New Lunch Menu For WFISD

    Friday, August 29 2014 7:09 AM EDT2014-08-29 11:09:46 GMT
    All WFISD schools are taking a new direction in the lunch room. 
    All WFISD schools are taking a new direction in the lunch room. 
  • The Unavoidable Back-to-School Plague

    The Unavoidable Back-to-School Plague

    Thursday, August 28 2014 9:39 AM EDT2014-08-28 13:39:27 GMT
    Going back to school has health professionals warning parents and students about the unavoidable cold and flu season.  .
    Going back to school has health professionals warning parents and students about the unavoidable cold and flu season.  .
  • Lunch Room Food Allergies Target Children

    Lunch Room Food Allergies Target Children

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 7:13 AM EDT2014-08-27 11:13:08 GMT
    Young children are susceptible to food allergies at school. Health professionals say it's because they're still being introduced to new foods.
    Young children are susceptible to food allergies at school. Health professionals say it's because they're still being introduced to new foods.
  • School Zone Caution

    School Zone Caution

    Monday, August 25 2014 8:22 AM EDT2014-08-25 12:22:18 GMT
    School zones are turning on their caution lights starting at 7:30 this morning.
    School zones are turning on their caution lights starting at 7:30 this morning.
  • Riding the Hotter'N Hell Hundred For a Greater Cause

    Riding the Hotter'N Hell Hundred For a Greater Cause

    Friday, August 22 2014 9:31 AM EDT2014-08-22 13:31:03 GMT
    Some bikers are riding for more than just the Hotter'N Hell Hundred t-shirt.
    Some bikers are riding for more than just the Hotter'N Hell Hundred t-shirt.
  • Medical Staff Prepare for the Worst at This Year's Hotter'N Hell Hundred

    Medical Staff Prepare for the Worst at This Year's Hotter'N Hell Hundred

    Thursday, August 21 2014 9:00 AM EDT2014-08-21 13:00:25 GMT
    The Hotter'N Hell Hundred medical team is getting ready for the big day by packing supplies and setting up medical tents.
    The Hotter'N Hell Hundred medical team is getting ready for the big day by packing supplies and setting up medical tents.
  • MSU Girls Cross Country Team to Run The Hotter'N Hell Hundred

    MSU Girls Cross Country Team to Run The Hotter'N Hell Hundred

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 9:40 AM EDT2014-08-20 13:40:27 GMT
    The MSU girls cross country team will be setting a world record this Saturday.
    The MSU girls cross country team will be setting a world record this Saturday.
  • Hosting Strangers for the Hotter'N Hell Hundred

    Hosting Strangers for the Hotter'N Hell Hundred

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 7:48 AM EDT2014-08-19 11:48:03 GMT
    Ever wonder what it's like to have a complete stranger sleep in your house for three days? Debi Walters, a host this year, is opening her home to four strangers, from all over the world, during this year's Hotter'N Hell Hundred. She believes this is the best way to shine a positive light on Wichita Falls. “If we as Wichitans can come together and show people from around the world how great our city is, and what our hospitality is, what greater way can we represent Wichita Falls than to house ...
    Ever wonder what it's like to have a complete stranger sleep in your house for three days? Debi Walters, a host this year, is opening her home to four strangers, from all over the world, during this year's Hotter'N Hell Hundred. She believes this is the best way to shine a positive light on Wichita Falls. “If we as Wichitans can come together and show people from around the world how great our city is, and what our hospitality is, what greater way can we represent Wichita Falls than to house ...
  • One Suspect In Custody After SWAT Incident

    One Suspect In Custody After SWAT Incident

    Monday, August 18 2014 9:10 AM EDT2014-08-18 13:10:18 GMT
    Wichita Falls Police were called to Tower Drive near the Fountaingate Apartment playground area Monday morning. 
    Wichita Falls Police were called to Tower Drive near the Fountaingate Apartment playground area Monday morning. 
  • The Top Growing Jobs in Wichita Falls

    The Top Growing Jobs in Wichita Falls

    Friday, August 15 2014 7:13 AM EDT2014-08-15 11:13:35 GMT
    Find out what the top growing jobs are in Wichita Falls.
    Find out what the top growing jobs are in Wichita Falls.
  • A Four Year Foreclosure Has Neighbors Speaking Out

    A Four Year Foreclosure Has Neighbors Speaking Out

    Thursday, August 14 2014 6:27 AM EDT2014-08-14 10:27:11 GMT
    A foreclosed house in Wichita Falls is becoming more than just an eye sore for concerned neighbors.
    A foreclosed house in Wichita Falls is becoming more than just an eye sore for concerned neighbors.
  • Morning Commutes Detoured By McNiel Construction

    Morning Commutes Detoured By McNiel Construction

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 9:12 AM EDT2014-08-13 13:12:49 GMT
    If your morning commute involves taking McNiel Avenue or Southwest Pkwy, you might want to rethink your daily driving route.
    If your morning commute involves taking McNiel Avenue or Southwest Pkwy, you might want to rethink your daily driving route.
  • Recalled Tattoo Ink Could Be Sold in Wichita Falls

    Recalled Tattoo Ink Could Be Sold in Wichita Falls

    Tuesday, August 12 2014 8:31 AM EDT2014-08-12 12:31:38 GMT
    Confirmed bacteria in tattoo ink has the FDA warning those looking to get "inked" to check the bottle first.
    Confirmed bacteria in tattoo ink has the FDA warning those looking to get "inked" to check the bottle first.
  • 18 Months of Construction in Wichita Falls Starts Monday

    18 Months of Construction in Wichita Falls Starts Monday

    Monday, August 11 2014 9:17 AM EDT2014-08-11 13:17:58 GMT
    Construction on Southwest Parkway and McNiel Avenue begins this week and will continue for another 18 months.  
    Construction on Southwest Parkway and McNiel Avenue begins this week and will continue for another 18 months.  
  • Texas Is Tax Free All Weekend

    Texas Is Tax Free All Weekend

    Friday, August 8 2014 8:48 AM EDT2014-08-08 12:48:04 GMT
    The tax free holiday begins today and will continue through Sunday, and it's not just for school supplies. 

    The tax free holiday begins today and will continue through Sunday, and it's not just for school supplies. 
  • Congressman Thornberry Will Be In The Studio Thursday

    Congressman Thornberry Will Be In The Studio Thursday

    Thursday, August 7 2014 9:32 AM EDT2014-08-07 13:32:12 GMT
    Congressman Mac Thornberry traveled to the Rio Grande Valley on Monday to see the border crisis first hand. The congressman is coming to the Newschannel 6 studio today to talk about what he witnessed, along with other policy issues concerning President Obama. 
    Congressman Mac Thornberry traveled to the Rio Grande Valley on Monday to see the border crisis first hand. The congressman is coming to the Newschannel 6 studio today to talk about what he witnessed, along with other policy issues concerning President Obama. 
  • Hotter'N Hell Rocking Chair Marathon?

    Hotter'N Hell Rocking Chair Marathon?

    Wednesday, August 6 2014 9:15 AM EDT2014-08-06 13:15:16 GMT
    The Hotter’N Hell Hundred was not always a bike race. Roby Christie, Chairmen of the Hotter'N Hell Hundred tells the story of its past.
    The Hotter’N Hell Hundred was not always a bike race. Roby Christie, Chairmen of the Hotter'N Hell Hundred tells the story of its past.
  • Water Rates Could Raise The Price Of Food

    Water Rates Could Raise The Price Of Food

    Tuesday, August 5 2014 8:58 AM EDT2014-08-05 12:58:17 GMT
    City Council is meeting today to discuss increasing your water bill.
    City Council is meeting today to discuss increasing your water bill.
  • Many Texomans Are Living Paycheck to Paycheck

    Many Texomans Are Living Paycheck to Paycheck

    Monday, August 4 2014 9:07 AM EDT2014-08-04 13:07:47 GMT
    Wichita County is increasingly living paycheck to paycheck and one credit counselor believes student loans are to blame. 
    Wichita County is increasingly living paycheck to paycheck and one credit counselor believes student loans are to blame. 
  • Electra's Bond Controversy

    Electra's Bond Controversy

    Thursday, July 31 2014 9:17 AM EDT2014-07-31 13:17:55 GMT
    Electra's bond includes building the new high school on top of a park and has some voters pushing back.
    Electra's bond includes building the new high school on top of a park and has some voters pushing back.
  • Food Bank Struggles While Trying To Expand

    Food Bank Struggles While Trying To Expand

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 6:44 AM EDT2014-07-30 10:44:10 GMT
    New programs are being expanded at the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank, draining resources and man power. 
    New programs are being expanded at the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank, draining resources and man power. 
  • Congressman Thornberry Takes His Bill to Washington

    Congressman Thornberry Takes His Bill to Washington

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 8:09 AM EDT2014-07-29 12:09:13 GMT
    Congressman Mac Thornberry is in Washington D.C. this morning to speak with the House Resources Committee in hopes of resolving the land dispute with the Bureau of Land Management.
    Congressman Mac Thornberry is in Washington D.C. this morning to speak with the House Resources Committee in hopes of resolving the land dispute with the Bureau of Land Management.
  • Trash at Lake Arrowhead Grows as Lake Levels Shrink.

    Trash at Lake Arrowhead Grows as Lake Levels Shrink.

    Monday, July 28 2014 6:26 AM EDT2014-07-28 10:26:19 GMT
    Trash at Lake Arrowhead is rearing its ugly head as lake levels continue to drop, causing serious safety hazards for people and damaging the ecosystem.
    Trash at Lake Arrowhead is rearing its ugly head as lake levels continue to drop, causing serious safety hazards for people and damaging the ecosystem.
  • Texoma Reaches For Success

    Texoma Reaches For Success

    Friday, July 25 2014 9:01 AM EDT2014-07-25 13:01:41 GMT
    Close to 1000 people gathered at the MPEC Exhibit Hall for the 13th annual Wichita Falls Leadership Breakfast.
    Close to 1000 people gathered at the MPEC Exhibit Hall for the 13th annual Wichita Falls Leadership Breakfast.
  • Marriage Professionals Say This Could Be The Hook-up Generation

    Marriage Professionals Say This Could Be The Hook-up Generation

    Thursday, July 24 2014 7:19 AM EDT2014-07-24 11:19:51 GMT
    The number of people getting married in Texoma has dropped significantly in the last 10 years. 
    The number of people getting married in Texoma has dropped significantly in the last 10 years. 
  • Working Out In Texas Heat

    Working Out In Texas Heat

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 8:35 AM EDT2014-07-23 12:35:23 GMT
    Exercising in temperatures over 100 degrees can become dangerous, especially if you’re not paying attention to your body.
    Exercising in temperatures over 100 degrees can become dangerous, especially if you’re not paying attention to your body.
  • Suicide And Smoking Could Go Hand in Hand

    Suicide And Smoking Could Go Hand in Hand

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:29 AM EDT2014-07-22 11:29:43 GMT
    Recent data suggests smokers are two-to-four times likely to commit suicide than non-smokers, saying they’re also prone to mental illness and substance abuse.  
    Recent data suggests smokers are two-to-four times likely to commit suicide than non-smokers, saying they’re also prone to mental illness and substance abuse.  
  • Are You Looking For True Love?

    Are You Looking For True Love?

    Monday, July 21 2014 4:54 PM EDT2014-07-21 20:54:14 GMT
    You might be able to find true love at this year’s Hotter N' Hell Hundred.
    You might be able to find true love at this year’s Hotter N' Hell Hundred.
  • Some Cancer Could Go Unnoticed

    Some Cancer Could Go Unnoticed

    Friday, July 18 2014 7:21 AM EDT2014-07-18 11:21:28 GMT
    Some Texoma doctors say getting a mammogram doesn't necessarily mean you're covered.  
    Some Texoma doctors say getting a mammogram doesn't necessarily mean you're covered.  
  • Wichita Falls Smoking Ordinance Goes Into Effect

    Wichita Falls Smoking Ordinance Goes Into Effect

    Thursday, July 17 2014 9:36 AM EDT2014-07-17 13:36:33 GMT
    The Wichita Falls smoking ordinance goes into effect after a year of petitioning. 
    The Wichita Falls smoking ordinance goes into effect after a year of petitioning. 
  • Reviving Downtown Wichita Falls Starts With Vision

    Reviving Downtown Wichita Falls Starts With Vision

    Tuesday, July 15 2014 9:16 AM EDT2014-07-15 13:16:38 GMT
    The downtown revival continues as business owners and the community comes together on 8th and Ohio. 
    The downtown revival continues as business owners and the community comes together on 8th and Ohio. 
  • Arson Linked to the Fire on Austin St.

    Arson Linked to the Fire on Austin St.

    Thursday, July 10 2014 8:22 PM EDT2014-07-11 00:22:01 GMT
    A fire that destroyed a two-story building owned by Faith Mission is now being linked to arson. 
    A fire that destroyed a two-story building owned by Faith Mission is now being linked to arson. 
  • What's The Future For Volunteer Fire Departments?

    What's The Future For Volunteer Fire Departments?

    Wednesday, July 9 2014 7:52 PM EDT2014-07-09 23:52:28 GMT
    The Lake Arrowhead VFD is one of many worried that the U.S. Department of Defense grant program will cut back their funding for new fire trucks. It's already being done in Oklahoma.
    The Lake Arrowhead VFD is one of many worried that the U.S. Department of Defense grant program will cut back their funding for new fire trucks. It's already being done in Oklahoma.
  • Texoma's Take On Immigration

    Texoma's Take On Immigration

    Tuesday, July 8 2014 7:30 PM EDT2014-07-08 23:30:15 GMT
    Texoma talks about immigration and how we should handle illegal immigrants. 
    Texoma talks about immigration and how we should handle illegal immigrants. 
  • Wichita Falls Water Contamination Is Up

    Wichita Falls Water Contamination Is Up

    Monday, July 7 2014 8:43 PM EDT2014-07-08 00:43:59 GMT
    Many unregulated contaminates in your drinking water have more than doubled since last year including chloroform, which is mainly used as a general anesthetic.
    Many unregulated contaminates in your drinking water have more than doubled since last year including chloroform, which is mainly used as a general anesthetic.
  • Second Officer Involved Shooting This Year

    Second Officer Involved Shooting This Year

    Friday, July 4 2014 6:04 PM EDT2014-07-04 22:04:30 GMT
    A Wichita Falls police officer is on administrative leave following an officer involved shooting last night.
    A Wichita Falls police officer is on administrative leave following an officer involved shooting last night.
  • Who Owns The Water?

    Who Owns The Water?

    Thursday, July 3 2014 8:01 PM EDT2014-07-04 00:01:20 GMT
    The Environmental Protection Agency is trying to expand their authority over water and many ranchers feel like big brother is over stepping their boundaries.
    The Environmental Protection Agency is trying to expand their authority over water and many ranchers feel like big brother is over stepping their boundaries.
  • Every Level Of Government Gets Involved With The B.L.M.

    Every Level Of Government Gets Involved With The B.L.M.

    Thursday, July 3 2014 9:35 AM EDT2014-07-03 13:35:19 GMT
    Even if Congressman Thornberry's bill flops, land owners promise to keep fighting the B.L.M.
    Even if Congressman Thornberry's bill flops, land owners promise to keep fighting the B.L.M.
  • The Million Dollar Deficit

    The Million Dollar Deficit

    Tuesday, July 1 2014 8:06 PM EDT2014-07-02 00:06:28 GMT
    A million dollar deficit is looming over Montague County after they spent much more than anticipated. 
    A million dollar deficit is looming over Montague County after they spent much more than anticipated. 
  • DROUGHT WATCH: Water Reuse Project Almost Online

    DROUGHT WATCH: Water Reuse Project Almost Online

    Monday, June 30 2014 11:48 PM EDT2014-07-01 03:48:27 GMT
    Texas officials give the go ahead on the Water Reuse Project, but it won't be online for another 2 weeks. 
    Texas officials give the go ahead on the Water Reuse Project, but it won't be online for another 2 weeks. 
  • Big Blue Is Back In Business

    Big Blue Is Back In Business

    Friday, June 27 2014 7:32 PM EDT2014-06-27 23:32:23 GMT
    The First Wichita Building, also known as Big Blue is re-opening and waiting for businesses to fill its 14 historical floors.
    The First Wichita Building, also known as Big Blue is re-opening and waiting for businesses to fill its 14 historical floors.
  • Hometown Heroes

    Hometown Heroes

    Friday, June 27 2014 12:19 AM EDT2014-06-27 04:19:46 GMT
    Kiowa Casino gave away more than $24,000 Thursday evening at the 6th annual Hometown Heroes event.
    Kiowa Casino gave away more than $24,000 Thursday evening at the 6th annual Hometown Heroes event.
  • Texoma Gets Ready To Ride

    Texoma Gets Ready To Ride

    Wednesday, June 25 2014 8:17 PM EDT2014-06-26 00:17:32 GMT
    Training for the Hotter'N Hell Hundred is underway. Find out what you need to know to stay ahead of the race. 
    Training for the Hotter'N Hell Hundred is underway. Find out what you need to know to stay ahead of the race. 
  • The Drought Brings NOAA To Town

    The Drought Brings NOAA To Town

    Tuesday, June 24 2014 9:01 PM EDT2014-06-25 01:01:42 GMT
    Climatologists say the drought is here to stay for the next several years.  
    Climatologists say the drought is here to stay for the next several years.  
  • Bowie Chief Wants To Crackdown On Drugs

    Bowie Chief Wants To Crackdown On Drugs

    Monday, June 23 2014 7:37 PM EDT2014-06-23 23:37:31 GMT
    The new Bowie Chief of Police has started a crackdown against drugs in the community. "I don't feel like we're busting like we should," said Chief Green.
    The new Bowie Chief of Police has started a crackdown against drugs in the community. "I don't feel like we're busting like we should," said Chief Green.
  • Berend Brothers Is Surviving The Drought

    Berend Brothers Is Surviving The Drought

    Friday, June 20 2014 7:48 PM EDT2014-06-20 23:48:05 GMT
    Berend Brothers Is Surviving The Drought 
    Berend Brothers Is Surviving The Drought 
  • Bowie's New Chief Of Police Promises To Tackle The City's Drug Problem

    Bowie's New Chief Of Police Promises To Tackle The City's Drug Problem

    Thursday, June 19 2014 8:01 PM EDT2014-06-20 00:01:43 GMT
    They City of Bowie has a new Chief of police. A ceremony was held for him to be sworn in and he promised the crowd in attendance that he would tackle Bowie's drug problem.
    They City of Bowie has a new Chief of police. A ceremony was held for him to be sworn in and he promised the crowd in attendance that he would tackle Bowie's drug problem.
  • Temperatures And Heatstroke On The Rise

    Temperatures And Heatstroke On The Rise

    Wednesday, June 18 2014 8:32 PM EDT2014-06-19 00:32:01 GMT
    Hot temperatures are what we are seeing now that summer has taken hold in Texoma. With that, comes the risk of that heat taking hold of you. Find out about the dangers of heat stroke and how you can protect yourself this summer.
    Hot temperatures are what we are seeing now that summer has taken hold in Texoma. With that, comes the risk of that heat taking hold of you. Find out about the dangers of heat stroke and how you can protect yourself this summer.
  • Wine Gets Better With The Drought

    Wine Gets Better With The Drought

    Tuesday, June 17 2014 7:19 PM EDT2014-06-17 23:19:36 GMT
    While many businesses are drying up from the drought, the wine industry is thriving.
    While many businesses are drying up from the drought, the wine industry is thriving.

  • Gas Prices Expected To Go Through The Roof

    Gas Prices Expected To Go Through The Roof

    Tuesday, June 17 2014 12:28 PM EDT2014-06-17 16:28:42 GMT
    Turmoil in the Middle East could impact us at the pump, but experts are hopeful prices won't get too high. 
    Turmoil in the Middle East could impact us at the pump, but experts are hopeful prices won't get too high. 
  • Your Pet Could Get Skin Cancer

    Your Pet Could Get Skin Cancer

    Friday, June 13 2014 7:33 PM EDT2014-06-13 23:33:28 GMT
    Veterinarians say pets need sun screen just like people, but a sun burn is the least of their worries.
    Veterinarians say pets need sun screen just like people, but a sun burn is the least of their worries.
  • Pool Protection

    Pool Protection

    Thursday, June 12 2014 7:39 PM EDT2014-06-12 23:39:38 GMT
    The water in your swimming pools could be contaminated. The Wichita County Public Health District is warning you to take a closer look at your water before you take a dip.  
    The water in your swimming pools could be contaminated. The Wichita County Public Health District is warning you to take a closer look at your water before you take a dip.  
  • Wind Turbines Could Be Keeping Rain Away From Texoma

    Wind Turbines Could Be Keeping Rain Away From Texoma

    Wednesday, June 11 2014 8:18 PM EDT2014-06-12 00:18:30 GMT
    Texas is the largest producer of wind energy in the United States, and research on how wind farms affect local, regional and even global climate is a large area of study. After speaking with Texas scientists and climatologists, we found conflicting results.
    Texas is the largest producer of wind energy in the United States, and research on how wind farms affect local, regional and even global climate is a large area of study. After speaking with Texas scientists and climatologists, we found conflicting results.
  • You Could Win A Water Well

    You Could Win A Water Well

    Wednesday, June 11 2014 8:05 PM EDT2014-06-12 00:05:14 GMT
    You could win a water well Texoma. The drought effects everyone of us in one way or another, but the Devol Volunteer Fire Department is giving anyone a chance to win. 
    You could win a water well Texoma. The drought effects everyone of us in one way or another, but the Devol Volunteer Fire Department is giving anyone a chance to win. 
  • A New Water Vending Machine Controls The Flow

    A New Water Vending Machine Controls The Flow

    Monday, June 9 2014 7:22 PM EDT2014-06-09 23:22:23 GMT
    A new water vending machine in Burkburnett is forcing Wichita County residents to re-think how they buy water. 
    A new water vending machine in Burkburnett is forcing Wichita County residents to re-think how they buy water. 
  • Fond Farewell

    Fond Farewell

    Friday, June 6 2014 7:34 PM EDT2014-06-06 23:34:56 GMT
    Tears and raw emotion flooded four W.F.I.S.D schools today as they consolidate and close their doors to over one-hundred years of memories. 
    Tears and raw emotion flooded four W.F.I.S.D schools today as they consolidate and close their doors to over one-hundred years of memories. 
  • Beef Prices Are At An All Time High

    Beef Prices Are At An All Time High

    Thursday, June 5 2014 7:44 PM EDT2014-06-05 23:44:07 GMT
    Beef prices are at an all time high. One local restaurant is thinking about raising their menu prices for the second time in six months.
    Beef prices are at an all time high. One local restaurant is thinking about raising their menu prices for the second time in six months.
  • State Representative James Frank Is Fighting Back Against B.L.M.

    State Representative James Frank Is Fighting Back Against B.L.M.

    Wednesday, June 4 2014 9:10 PM EDT2014-06-05 01:10:47 GMT
    45 thousand acres of land is still in jeopardy of being taken away by the Bureau of Land Management, but State Representative James Frank, is choosing to fight back.  
    45 thousand acres of land is still in jeopardy of being taken away by the Bureau of Land Management, but State Representative James Frank, is choosing to fight back.  
  • Children Are Choking Themselves To Get High

    Children Are Choking Themselves To Get High

    Tuesday, June 3 2014 9:41 PM EDT2014-06-04 01:41:24 GMT
    Children all across the Nation are choking themselves to get high. Police say children are losing their lives every single day because of this growing trend. Children are seeking this high through self asphyxiation. 
    Children all across the Nation are choking themselves to get high. Police say children are losing their lives every single day because of this growing trend. Children are seeking this high through self asphyxiation. 
  • How Safe Are You On The Road?

    How Safe Are You On The Road?

    Monday, June 2 2014 6:54 PM EDT2014-06-02 22:54:06 GMT
    How Safe Are You On The Road? Newschannel 6 took an inside look at how to protect yourself on the road.
    How Safe Are You On The Road? Newschannel 6 took an inside look at how to protect yourself on the road.
  • 125,000 Gallons Of Water Was Donated To The Archer City Pool

    125,000 Gallons Of Water Was Donated To The Archer City Pool

    Friday, May 30 2014 7:36 PM EDT2014-05-30 23:36:11 GMT
    More than 125,000 gallons of water was donated to the Archer City pool. The city was looking hard at closing the pool this year due to the drought, but the community would not let that happen. 
    More than 125,000 gallons of water was donated to the Archer City pool. The city was looking hard at closing the pool this year due to the drought, but the community would not let that happen. 
  • Drought Watch: Windthorst

    Drought Watch: Windthorst

    Thursday, May 29 2014 8:24 PM EDT2014-05-30 00:24:27 GMT
    The Town of Windthorst has been cut off from its main water supply in Lake Arrowhead. “It's definitely a time of panic for most folks,” said Teresa Veitenheimer, General Manager for Windthorst Water Supply Corporation. 
    The Town of Windthorst has been cut off from its main water supply in Lake Arrowhead. “It's definitely a time of panic for most folks,” said Teresa Veitenheimer, General Manager for Windthorst Water Supply Corporation. 
  • Scientists Say Cloud Seeding Could Be The Reason We’re Not Seeing Any Rain

    Scientists Say Cloud Seeding Could Be The Reason We’re Not Seeing Any Rain

    Thursday, May 29 2014 11:33 AM EDT2014-05-29 15:33:14 GMT
    Scientists say cloud seeding could be the reason we’re not seeing any rain. Cloud seeding experts strongly disagree. 
    Scientists say cloud seeding could be the reason we’re not seeing any rain. Cloud seeding experts strongly disagree. 
  • Land Along The Red River Will Be Taken And Sold Back To Owners

    Land Along The Red River Will Be Taken And Sold Back To Owners

    Tuesday, May 27 2014 8:00 PM EDT2014-05-28 00:00:26 GMT
    The Red River might be dried up, but the fight over land near the body of water that separates Texas from Oklahoma continues. The B.L.M. met with Texomans to discuss future plans about what they want to do with this land.
    The Red River might be dried up, but the fight over land near the body of water that separates Texas from Oklahoma continues. The B.L.M. met with Texomans to discuss future plans about what they want to do with this land.
  • Memorial Day Dedication

    Memorial Day Dedication

    Monday, May 26 2014 8:27 PM EDT2014-05-27 00:27:06 GMT
    Today a wall with the names of fallen soldiers was dedicated at a memorial service held today in the town of Windthorst. 
    Today a wall with the names of fallen soldiers was dedicated at a memorial service held today in the town of Windthorst. 
  • Patriots Carry Guns In Opposition Towards The B.L.M.

    Patriots Carry Guns In Opposition Towards The B.L.M.

    Saturday, May 24 2014 11:24 PM EDT2014-05-25 03:24:59 GMT
    Patriots Carry Guns In Opposition Towards The B.L.M.
    Patriots Carry Guns In Opposition Towards The B.L.M.
  • Waning Wheat

    Waning Wheat

    Thursday, May 22 2014 8:08 PM EDT2014-05-23 00:08:48 GMT
    Farmers are worried about wheat's future as a cash crop in Texoma. Production has reduced by 50%. 
    Farmers are worried about wheat's future as a cash crop in Texoma. Production has reduced by 50%. 
  • TXU Bankruptcy Breakdown

    TXU Bankruptcy Breakdown

    Wednesday, May 21 2014 8:49 PM EDT2014-05-22 00:49:30 GMT
    Bankruptcy notices are popping up all over Texoma, and you could be getting one in your mailbox. Energy Future Holdings (EFH) is the parent company for more than seventy energy providers in Texas filing for a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. EFH plan’s on restructuring its approximate $40 billion dollar debt. 

    Bankruptcy notices are popping up all over Texoma, and you could be getting one in your mailbox. Energy Future Holdings (EFH) is the parent company for more than seventy energy providers in Texas filing for a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. EFH plan’s on restructuring its approximate $40 billion dollar debt. 

  • AT&T Replaced 200 Workers For A Computer Program

    AT&T Replaced 200 Workers For A Computer Program

    Wednesday, May 21 2014 10:55 AM EDT2014-05-21 14:55:22 GMT
    AT&T Replaced 200 Workers For A Computer Program
    AT&T Replaced 200 Workers For A Computer Program
  • Drought Watch: Catastrophe Continues

    Drought Watch: Catastrophe Continues

    Monday, May 19 2014 8:13 PM EDT2014-05-20 00:13:45 GMT
    The Stage Five: Drought Catastrophe is spreading, and the drought’s next target is Burkburnett.
    The Stage Five: Drought Catastrophe is spreading, and the drought’s next target is Burkburnett.
  • Stage 5: Drought Catastrophe

    Stage 5: Drought Catastrophe

    Friday, May 16 2014 8:29 PM EDT2014-05-17 00:29:32 GMT
    Stage 5: Drought Catastrophe 
    Stage 5: Drought Catastrophe 
  • The Drought Could Be Making You Sick

    The Drought Could Be Making You Sick

    Wednesday, May 14 2014 7:54 PM EDT2014-05-14 23:54:59 GMT
    The drought could be making you sick and causing respiratory related illnesses including asthma, and emphysema. 
    The drought could be making you sick and causing respiratory related illnesses including asthma, and emphysema. 
  • The Drought is Threatening Homeowners

    The Drought is Threatening Homeowners

    Tuesday, May 13 2014 7:22 PM EDT2014-05-13 23:22:53 GMT
    The foundation of your home could be at risk due to the drought. Foundation slips, cracks and safety of any building is a reasonable concern for Texomans. The President of the North Texas Home Builders Association, Barney Brock, says the city is allowing residents to soak their foundation one day of the week. His fear resides with the pending stage five drought. If the drought continues, foundation soaking could be banned causing foundation failures.
    The foundation of your home could be at risk due to the drought. Foundation slips, cracks and safety of any building is a reasonable concern for Texomans. The President of the North Texas Home Builders Association, Barney Brock, says the city is allowing residents to soak their foundation one day of the week. His fear resides with the pending stage five drought. If the drought continues, foundation soaking could be banned causing foundation failures.
  • Heat Seeking Snakes

    Heat Seeking Snakes

    Monday, May 12 2014 8:12 PM EDT2014-05-13 00:12:14 GMT
    Snakes are looking for a warm place during our drought and cold weather conditions. It could be your home! To find out more, check out the story.
    Snakes are looking for a warm place during our drought and cold weather conditions. It could be your home! To find out more, check out the story.
  • The Perfect Gift for Mother's Day

    The Perfect Gift for Mother's Day

    Friday, May 9 2014 8:57 PM EDT2014-05-10 00:57:04 GMT
    Mother's day is this Sunday and Newschannel 6 took to the streets to find out what mother's really want for Mother's Day.  
    Mother's day is this Sunday and Newschannel 6 took to the streets to find out what mother's really want for Mother's Day.  
  • Drought Watch

    Drought Watch

    Wednesday, May 7 2014 6:07 PM EDT2014-05-07 22:07:00 GMT
    Drought Watch
    Drought Watch
  • Hard Water Is Threatening Texoma

    Hard Water Is Threatening Texoma

    Tuesday, May 6 2014 7:45 PM EDT2014-05-06 23:45:26 GMT
    Hard water is threatening Texoma. Wichita Falls has a grains-per-gallon index of 4,673. A normal index would be 7. Check out the story to see how hard water is damaging your household appliances. 
    Hard water is threatening Texoma. Wichita Falls has a grains-per-gallon index of 4,673. A normal index would be 7. Check out the story to see how hard water is damaging your household appliances. 
  • A 4-Year-Old Fired His Father's Gun

    A 4-Year-Old Fired His Father's Gun

    Monday, May 5 2014 10:34 PM EDT2014-05-06 02:34:05 GMT
    A four year old boy fired a shot in a vehicle he was left alone in.
    A four year old boy fired a shot in a vehicle he was left alone in.
  • Landowners are Fighting the B.L.M. to keep land they already own.

    Landowners are Fighting the B.L.M. to keep land they already own.

    Friday, May 2 2014 9:48 PM EDT2014-05-03 01:48:47 GMT
    Landowners are Fighting the B.L.M. to keep land they already own.
    Landowners are Fighting the B.L.M. to keep land they already own.
  • Big Wheels in Small Town

    Big Wheels in Small Town

    Thursday, May 1 2014 9:56 PM EDT2014-05-02 01:56:37 GMT
    Recent years have been hard on the city of Nocona, but citizens have created a vision to rebuild the town. This vision gave birth to Nocona's car auction. A city that was once trying to survive is now thriving. With a population of about 3000, Nocona will tripple in size as car lovers from far and wide attend the second annual car auction. Hotels in Henrietta, Nocona and the surrounding communities are booked for the event. I spoke with local restaurant owners and the Executive Assistant for ...
    Recent years have been hard on the city of Nocona, but citizens have created a vision to rebuild the town. This vision gave birth to Nocona's car auction. A city that was once trying to survive is now thriving. With a population of about 3000, Nocona will tripple in size as car lovers from far and wide attend the second annual car auction. Hotels in Henrietta, Nocona and the surrounding communities are booked for the event. I spoke with local restaurant owners and the Executive Assistant for ...
  • Growing Concerns

    Growing Concerns

    Wednesday, April 30 2014 7:51 PM EDT2014-04-30 23:51:13 GMT
    Growing Concerns
    Growing Concerns
  • Sex Crimes on Campus

    Sex Crimes on Campus

    Tuesday, April 29 2014 8:22 PM EDT2014-04-30 00:22:33 GMT
    Sex Crimes are on the rise on college campuses. Today the Obama Administration called for better sexual-violence prevention and education programs. Newschannel 6 visited Midwestern State University to dig deeper into these heinous crimes. Dr. Matthew Park, the Associate Vice President at MSU said these types of crimes are growing exponentially, saying one in five women are sexually assaulted on college campuses.
    Sex Crimes are on the rise on college campuses. Today the Obama Administration called for better sexual-violence prevention and education programs. Newschannel 6 visited Midwestern State University to dig deeper into these heinous crimes. Dr. Matthew Park, the Associate Vice President at MSU said these types of crimes are growing exponentially, saying one in five women are sexually assaulted on college campuses.
  • The Price of Pools

    The Price of Pools

    Monday, April 28 2014 8:47 PM EDT2014-04-29 00:47:51 GMT
    Texomans wanting to open a pool may have second thoughts due to the cost of importing and treating well water. Second to a house, a swimming pool can be a person’s second largest investment. If Texoma enters a stage five drought catastrophe, the price tag for operating and maintaining a pool will be even more expensive.
    Texomans wanting to open a pool may have second thoughts due to the cost of importing and treating well water. Second to a house, a swimming pool can be a person’s second largest investment. If Texoma enters a stage five drought catastrophe, the price tag for operating and maintaining a pool will be even more expensive.
  • State Park Drought Watch

    State Park Drought Watch

    Thursday, April 17 2014 8:08 PM EDT2014-04-18 00:08:36 GMT
    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. 
    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. 
  • Self-Conscious Selfies

    Self-Conscious Selfies

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 7:58 PM EDT2014-04-16 23:58:48 GMT
    Self-Conscious Selfies
    Self-Conscious Selfies
  • 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.
  • Possible Drought Relief?

    Possible Drought Relief?

    Monday, April 14 2014 8:00 PM EDT2014-04-15 00:00:17 GMT
    95% of the drought stricken area in Texas has been labeled a natural disaster. Congressman, Mac Thornberry visited Alcoa Howmat to commend them on their water conservation strategies. He also spoke with news reporters about his visit to Wichita Falls and potential aids in helping with Texoma's natural disaster.Thornberry says that if the drought continues at this pace, it could move into what is known as a Presidential Disaster Area. This has not been done in many decades and is an option. 
    95% of the drought stricken area in Texas has been labeled a natural disaster. Congressman, Mac Thornberry visited Alcoa Howmat to commend them on their water conservation strategies. He also spoke with news reporters about his visit to Wichita Falls and potential aids in helping with Texoma's natural disaster.Thornberry says that if the drought continues at this pace, it could move into what is known as a Presidential Disaster Area. This has not been done in many decades and is an option. 
  • Terrible Tuesday

    Terrible Tuesday

    Thursday, April 10 2014 7:51 PM EDT2014-04-10 23:51:37 GMT
    Thirty five years ago today, an F4 tornado ripped through Wichita Falls putting Terrible Tuesday in the History books forever. The Tornado touched ground for forty-seven miles, killing forty-two people. Check out the in-depth stories from a couple survivors of Terrible Tuesday. 
    Thirty five years ago today, an F4 tornado ripped through Wichita Falls putting Terrible Tuesday in the History books forever. The Tornado touched ground for forty-seven miles, killing forty-two people. Check out the in-depth stories from a couple survivors of Terrible Tuesday. 
  • Fracking Concerns

    Fracking Concerns

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 8:11 PM EDT2014-04-10 00:11:28 GMT
    Oil drilling and fracking concerns are spreading throughout Texoma tonight. With potential to spark an earthquake and pollute local water sources, Texomans should know the potential threats of oil fracking techniques.
    Oil drilling and fracking concerns are spreading throughout Texoma tonight. With potential to spark an earthquake and pollute local water sources, Texomans should know the potential threats of oil fracking techniques.
  • Shelter Demand

    Shelter Demand

    Tuesday, April 8 2014 7:58 PM EDT2014-04-08 23:58:54 GMT
    Tornado safety shelters are not selling well due to the drought in Texoma. 
    Tornado safety shelters are not selling well due to the drought in Texoma. 
  • Unnecessary Disease

    Unnecessary Disease

    Monday, April 7 2014 8:35 PM EDT2014-04-08 00:35:31 GMT
    Unnecessary Disease 
    Deadly diseases like the measles and whooping cough are making a come back as parents choose not to vaccinate their children.
  • Cloud Seeding Forum

    Cloud Seeding Forum

    Saturday, April 5 2014 11:39 PM EDT2014-04-06 03:39:03 GMT
    Cloud Seeding Forum
    Cloud Seeding Forum
  • Inside the Medicine Cabinet

    Inside the Medicine Cabinet

    Thursday, April 3 2014 7:43 PM EDT2014-04-03 23:43:19 GMT
    Taking medication is a daily routine for seventy percent of Americans. Over half take two or more medicines. Those taking more than one medication, whether it be prescription, OTC or vitamin supplements, could be subject to some serious health concerns.Chuck Weaver, head Pharmacist at Trott's Call Field Drug said that any concoction of medication causing drowsiness can cause devastating effects."The drowsiness will affect the whole body and many if not most medications do cause some sort of d...
    Taking medication is a daily routine for seventy percent of Americans. Over half take two or more medicines. Those taking more than one medication, whether it be prescription, OTC or vitamin supplements, could be subject to some serious health concerns.Chuck Weaver, head Pharmacist at Trott's Call Field Drug said that any concoction of medication causing drowsiness can cause devastating effects."The drowsiness will affect the whole body and many if not most medications do cause some sort of d...
  • IDEA Wichita Falls Awards

    IDEA Wichita Falls Awards

    Wednesday, April 2 2014 8:31 PM EDT2014-04-03 00:31:39 GMT
    An unsuspecting turn of events occurred today at the IDEA WF awards ceremony. Two companies received first place, getting their piece of the $75,000 grand prize.
    An unsuspecting turn of events occurred today at the IDEA WF awards ceremony. Two companies received first place, getting their piece of the $75,000 grand prize.
  • Affordable Care Aftermath

    Affordable Care Aftermath

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 6:29 PM EDT2014-04-01 22:29:55 GMT
    Yesterday was the last day for you to apply for insurance to be considered for open enrollment. Thankfully, external stipulations will allow you to continue the enrollment process if you made a good faith effort to enroll before the deadline.
    Yesterday was the last day for you to apply for insurance to be considered for open enrollment. Thankfully, external stipulations will allow you to continue the enrollment process if you made a good faith effort to enroll before the deadline.
  • Policing Social Media

    Policing Social Media

    Monday, March 31 2014 8:07 PM EDT2014-04-01 00:07:00 GMT
    Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are now being monitored by Burkburnett Police.
    Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are now being monitored by Burkburnett Police.
  • Ethanol Erosion

    Ethanol Erosion

    Friday, March 28 2014 9:48 PM EDT2014-03-29 01:48:24 GMT
    Ethanol, a solvent used in gasoline is damaging our vehicles on the road. 
    Ethanol, a solvent used in gasoline is damaging our vehicles on the road. 
  • Daycare Drought Watch

    Daycare Drought Watch

    Wednesday, March 26 2014 8:58 PM EDT2014-03-27 00:58:42 GMT
    In-home daycare's are feeling the pinch in their pockets during the drought this season, and workers are complaining that the city isn't doing their part to help small businesses. 
    In-home daycare's are feeling the pinch in their pockets during the drought this season, and workers are complaining that the city isn't doing their part to help small businesses. 
  • Cost Of Quitting

    Cost Of Quitting

    Tuesday, March 25 2014 7:22 PM EDT2014-03-25 23:22:18 GMT
    Texoman's living under the national poverty line are feeling trapped by cigarette smoking, finding it harder to quit than those that are not. 
    Texoman's living under the national poverty line are feeling trapped by cigarette smoking, finding it harder to quit than those that are not.