McNiel Middle School student Helen Li is in Washington D.C. to compete in The 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee. She is one of 562 from across the nation who are showing off their spelling skills with hopes of becoming the national champion speller.
The 30th Anniversary appreciation dinner was held Tuesday night to honor and thank the more than 300 volunteers who contribute time, money and resources to students and teachers in the WFISD every day.
The Wichita Falls Hotter'N Hell Hundred is going down in history. The Texas Historical Commission recognized HHH as a significant part of Texas history by awarding it an Official Texas Historical Marker.
The parents of a 13-year-old Wichita Falls girl shot and killed while walking home from school in 2016 are urging lawmakers in Austin to pass Lauren's Law. They went before a Texas House Committee Monday afternoon
Wichita County 4-H and the Northwest Texas Field & Stream Association is teaming up to provide a Youth Trap Shooting Certification Course for Boys & Girls ages 8 years old (and in the 3rd grade) to 18 years old.
Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty glass. It was also the title of a documentary that won top honors. It was produced by students in the Midwestern State University Mass Communication Department, and was recently named best documentary in the South Central Broadcasting Society competition.