Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries ‘lowlifes’

Trump has threatened to call out the military if governors don't get protests under control. His critics call it an overreach that will do nothing to resolve the problems faced by black Americans.
  • National

  GRAPHIC: Unrest overshadows peaceful US protests for another night

Years of festering frustrations over the mistreatment of African Americans at the hands of police boiled over in expressions of rage met with tear gas and rubber bullets.

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Tracking the numbers: COVID-19 cases in Texoma

  Man with assault rifle at Lubbock protest charged, 'planned to off racists and MAGA people’

  Whiteside Museum of Natural History reopens

  NASA researcher collects hailstones in Burkburnett

Burkburnett had a special visitor from NASA on Monday.
  • Coronavirus

  Parisians return to cafes; Latin America sees virus surge

But as Parisians reclaimed their rhythm of city life, health experts warned that virus cases are still rising in Latin America, the world's latest COVID-19 epicenter.

Baylor County confirms 10 new COVID-19 cases at nursing home, retesting in progress

One new COVID-19 case in Wichita County, total now 85

  Meals on Wheels begins making deliveries

  Peaceful protest held in downtown Wichita Falls

  New coronavirus precaution measures in place at Texoma college campuses

  Better Business Bureau warns of fake stimulus debit cards

One new COVID-19 case confirmed in two Texoma counties

  WF businesses discuss protest preparations

  • National

  GRAPHIC: Trump threatens military force against protesters nationwide

A military deployment by Trump to U.S. states would mark a stunning federal intervention not seen in modern American history.

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Football officials needed for upcoming season

  Archer City step-brothers sign for college football together

"We’ve been playing together since fourth grade and we get to do it for four more years.”