CDC changes masks mandate for those vaccinated

CDC changes masks mandate for those vaccinated

What we know about the 6,435 active cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

  2,600 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines will be delivered to Wichita County this week

Junior League “food fight” event brings in over 11K pounds of food

Wichita County facilities to continue requiring masks

WF Chamber hosting blood drive on Thursday

Graham Regional Medical Center reports 1 new COVID-19 related death Monday

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Local organizations on celebrating international women’s day

  Texas farmers still recovering from winter storm, state recording over half a billion dollar loss

  Suspect in Saturday’s fatal shooting arrested

  MSU Texas to continue requiring masks on campus

WFISD mourning death of SPED teacher

  1 new death, 21 new COVID-19 cases reported in Wichita County

  Vernon College to continue requiring masks on campus

Vernon College will continue to require masks on campus for the remainder of the semester.

Graham Chamber of Commerce hosting quarterly luncheon on Tuesday

The Graham Chamber of Commerce said there are seats available for the quarterly luncheon, catered by Wildcatter Steakhouse on Tuesday March 9.

OSBI investigating human remains found in Lawton

Investigators say human remains found near 38th and Gore Boulevard belonged to someone who died during last month’s winter weather.

Tuesday Johnny Carrino’s meal to support Meals on Wheels

Tuesday Johnny Carino's meal to support Meals on Wheels program.

WFISD to offer free spring break meals

Biologists advise cleaning feeders to prevent spread of disease among birds

Man arrested for exposure at HS softball game

Vaccinated visitors to CCMH now allowed for non-COVID patients

  Shower and storm chances return by Thursday

  YOC starts up a sports department

Gov. Abbott, DPS implement Operation Lone Star to deal with southern border crisis

Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today launched Operation Lone Star to combat the smuggling of people and drugs into Texas.

  MSU football is officially back with a home game Saturday

A crowd of fans showed up to Midwestern State University’s official spring opener after waiting over a year to see the team play.

Victim identified in possible shooting outside Old Jacksboro Hwy. convenience store

WFPD responded to an assault with a deadly weapon high priority call around 6:30 p.m

Texas: Week 13 COVID-19 vaccine allocations

More than 1,000,000 COVID-19 vaccine first doses will be sent to Texas.

  Senate OKs $1.9T virus relief bill that includes stimulus checks

The bill would provide direct payments of up to $1,400 to most Americans and money for COVID-19 vaccines and testing, aid to state and local governments, help for schools and the airline industry and subsidies for health insurance.

  MSU Texas sees decline in enrollment

MSU Texas sees decline in enrollment

WFHS choir teacher indicted for improper relationship with a student

The Wichita Falls High School choir director was arrested Friday after a Texas Ranger investigation for an improper relationship with a student.

  No Kid Hungry donates $75,000 to Chartwell’s K12

The No Kid Hungry foundation has given Chartwells K12 a $75,000 dollar grant.

Johnson & Johnson vaccine arriving in Wichita County

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine will arrive in Wichita County next week.

  Xpress Half Marathon is raising money for local organizations

Runners and walkers of all experience are less than 24 hours away from the 9th Xpress Half Marathon.

  WF business owners feeling encouraged after first 2021 After Hours Artwalk

For the first time in almost a year businesses in downtown Wichita Falls were able to open their doors and participate in the After Hours Artwalk.

  The struggles of working as a musician during the pandemic

musician in pandemic

  Simon is looking for his forever home

It’s our favorite part of the week, it’s time for Pet of the Week.

  Rain chances return toward the end of the 7-day forecast

Rain chances return next week.

  Little Mama is looking for her forever home

The Animal Services Center is located at 1207 Hatton Road and they’re currently open by appointment only.

  1 new death, 2 new COVID-19 cases reported in Wichita County

The announcement came on Friday.

City of WF recognized by national publication for reuse water system

The City of WF recognized by American Water Works Association publication.

Pope urges Iraq to embrace its Christians on historic visit

Pope urges Iraq to embrace Christians on historic event.

Downtown WF Farmers Market hosting blood drive Saturday

The Downtown Wichita Falls Farmers Market will be hosting a blood drive on Saturday.

City of Byers rescinds boil order

The City of Byers rescinds boil order.

MSU approves vaccination site

MSU approved vaccination site.

Lawmaker reintroduces resolution to make the Bible Tennessee’s state book

A Tennessee lawmaker is making a third attempt to make the Holy Bible the official state book.

  WF businesses booming along Southwest Parkway

Businesses like Chick-fil-A and HTeaO will not only bring in money to the city but jobs too.

College Station police say missing 3 year old found in Oklahoma after mother’s debit card used

Adeline Paige Welch, 3, was last seen on March 3 around 10:30 p.m., in the 1800 block of Treehouse Trail. She was wearing pink jeans and a white shirt.

  After Hours Artwalk returns to downtown WF

The After Hours Artwalk has returned!

  Texoma superintendents react to latest TEA guidelines

Ultimately, school boards will make the decision on whether to keep the mask rules, but some Texoma residents think schools are too close to the end of the year for things to start changing.

Steps to register for the COVID-19 vaccine in Wichita County

Steps to register for COVID vaccine.

State announces funding for Texas schools to support in-person instruction

Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Education Agency (TEA) announced today that the State of Texas will provide a “hold harmless” to Texas school systems for the rest of the 2020-2021 academic school year only.

Deadline approaching for i.d.e.a. WF applications

The application deadline for i.d.e.a. WF is fast approaching.

  1 new death, 17 new COVID-19 cases reported in Wichita County

The announcement came on Thursday.

WF Area Food Bank Mobile Pantry scheduled throughout March

The Wichita Falls Area Food Bank’s Mobile Pantry will be visiting several locations throughout the month of March.

RRA Ringgold water system rescinds boil order

Red River Authority of Texas rescinds boil order for Ringgold.

Chick-fil-A opens second location in WF

Chick-fil-A opens second location on SW Pkwy on Thursday.

Plum Lake fully stocked with trout

Plum Lake stocked with rainbow trout on Thursday.

  Gas prices rising statewide in TX

Gas prices on the rise statewide in Texas.

Texas power grid CEO terminated

ERCOT CEO on his way out.

  Rain chances start Thursday morning

Rain chances return today

  Minorities leaders strive to educate community about COVID-19 vaccines

“Statistics have shown that a disproportionate number of minorities have contracted the virus."

Texas power grid CEO fired after deadly February blackouts

Texas’ power grid manager has been fired following February’s deadly blackouts that left millions of people without electricity and heat for days.

Burkburnett Rotary Club hosting blood drive Thursday

Burkburnett Rotary Club sponsors blood drive on Thursday.

  Junior League of WF makes donations to Child Care Partners, WFAFB

Another nonprofit is getting some help from the Junior League of Wichita Falls.

  WF restaurants weigh in on Governor Abbott’s removal of mask-mandate

Restaurants weigh in on masks

Annual WF free compost giveaway this Saturday

The free compost is available to everyone who’s part of the Choose to Reuse program.

  WF residents weigh in on end to mask mandate

In the over 24 hours since Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced an end to the statewide mask mandate, Wichita Falls residents are having mixed reactions.

  Graham capital murder suspect arrested

Brett Lippert arrested for capital murder on Wednesday.

  No new deaths, 8 new COVID-19 cases reported in Wichita County

The announcement came on Wednesday.

  The Xpress Half Marathon benefiting P.E.T.S., Communities in Schools

This four-hour event will start at Memorial Stadium at 8 a.m.

WFPD need help identifying second catalytic converter thief

WFPD need help identifying suspect in catalytic converter theft

DSHS: Texas teachers, child care workers now eligible for vaccine

The Texas Department of State Health Services updated their vaccine distribution plan Wednesday to allow teachers and child care workers to be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

  Texas Education Agency updates public health guidance

The Texas Education Agency updated their public health guidance on Wednesday.

  Backdoor Theatre extends flood relief campaign

Backdoor extends flood relief campaign.

Seymour man dies from gunshot wound

Seymour man dies from a gunshot wound Wednesday morning.

Rep. Jackson responds to DODIG reports

Rep. Ronny Jackson gives statement in response to allegations in DODIG reports.

UPDATE: Missing Texas girl found

UPDATE: Rosemary Singer found safe; father arrested for murder.

Texas authorities rescue child, arrest 30 in undercover human trafficking probe

Multiple federal, state, and area law enforcement agencies conducted an undercover operation targeting human trafficking in Fort Bend County.

Fort Sill soldier found dead at home

According to a press release, the soldier was a member of the 75th Field Artillery Brigade.

WFISD still requiring face masks

WFISD requiring face masks until TEA confirmation.

  Beautiful weather is in the forecast for today

More beautiful weather is here