Kell West hosting drive-thru J&J vaccine clinic on Friday

Wichita Falls TV tower restored, FBI still investigating vandalism

UPDATE: Fort Sill Soldier found dead off-post has been identified

  MSU raising tuition costs for new students starting in Fall 2021 semester

Health district reports two new rabies cases in Wichita County

  Hospice of WF able to train volunteers in-person for first time since March 2020

Continued Coverage

  Senior Tributes - Thursday, May 6, 2021

  Northbound I-44 wreck cleared, traffic returns to normal

WF Area Food Bank Mobile Pantry scheduled throughout May

After Hours Artwalk returns to downtown WF for May

  Warmer weather will be with us into the weekend

  WF nonprofits in need of volunteers

  COVID relief funding still available for those who need it

COVID relief funding still available for those who need it

Comanche casinos to host job fair, blood drive this month

Comanche casinos to host job fair, blood drive this month

Permitless carry of a handgun in Texas nearly law, after Senate OKs bill

The Republican-led effort to allow Texans to carry handguns without any kind of license cleared what is likely its biggest remaining hurdle in the Capitol on Wednesday, when the Texas Senate moved in a nail-biter vote to bring the measure to the floor and then gave it approval.

Fort Sill soldier found dead off-post

A Soldier from Fort Sill was found unresponsive at an off-post location on Wednesday.

  Cleanup continues in Burkburnett after Monday storm

  WF police chase ends at Deville Street and Kinsale Court

  Senior Tributes - Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Beers N Gears coming to downtown Wichita Falls on Saturday

Clay County honors DPS Trooper for rescuing baby, mother at Texas-Mexico border

CHC hosting two Moderna vaccine clinics on Thursday

  United Regional surgeon among three from Wichita Falls killed in plane crash

Three people killed in a small plane crash in Mississippi have been identified as residents of Wichita Falls, including a surgeon from United Regional.

Pedestrian hit, killed by pick-up in Tillman County

The crash happened early Wednesday morning on US-183 and E1760 Road, about three miles south of Manitu.

Airman found dead at Altus Air Force Base

An investigation is underway after an Airman was found dead at the Altus Air Force Base.

  Warmer weather is headed our way by this weekend

Rain chances return tonight

  Maplewood Avenue expansion nearing completion

The city of Wichita Falls’ Maplewood Avenue expansion is almost near completion and ready to be open for drivers.

  WFISD PIE honors partners, volunteers at 32nd banquet

Volunteers, mentors and partners with the Wichita Falls ISD are not normally in the spotlight.

Altus Mayor announces plan to resign

Mayor Jack Smiley announced his intention to resign as Mayor during the Altus City Council Meeting Tuesday evening.

  Endurance House helping riders prepare for Hotter’N Hell Hundred

Endurance House helping riders prepare for Hotter’N Hell Hundred

  WF-WC Public Health Dist. receives over $500K from state to help vaccination efforts

WF-WC Public Health Dist. receives over $500K from state to help vaccination efforts

  Contract awarded, construction to start on Taft Blvd improvement

Contract awarded, construction to start on Taft Blvd improvement

  City of WF takes first step in ONCOR rate negotiations

City of WF takes first step in ONCOR rate negotiations

  Senior Tributes - Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Senior Tributes - Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Registration open for WF Parks and Rec. Summer Camps

Registration is now open for the annual Wichita Falls Parks and Recreation Summer Camps.

MSU Texas to make masks optional for fall 2021 semester

The university has set Monday, Aug. 9 as its target date for returning to Phase IV Operations.

CHC accepting walk-ins for Moderna vaccine on Wednesday, Thursday

The Moderna vaccine is for anyone 18 and older.

WF Area Food Bank Mobile Pantry scheduled throughout May

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

Emergency SNAP benefits extended through May

Governor Greg Abbott today announced that the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) is providing approximately $246 million in emergency Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) food benefits for the month of May as the state continues its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Some Black parents say remote learning gives racism reprieve

As school districts across the country rush to reopen schools, national and state polling suggests parents of color are more wary of reopening than white parents.

  Mild and Dry weather will be in the forecast Tuesday

Rain chances continue in the 7-day forecast

  i.d.e.a. Wichita Falls semifinalist: Expanded Inventory Solutions

Bobbi Collins with Expanded Inventory Solutions is in the business of quilts.

  Wichita County vaccine supply exceeds demand

Wichita County vaccine supply exceeds demand

CrashWorks hosting 2nd Annual Foster Fun Fest on Saturday

CrashWorks hosting 2nd Annual Foster Fun Fest on Saturday

  WFPD visits with Cunningham Elementary students

WFPD visits with Cunningham Elementary students

Historic west Texas 6666′s Ranch sold to ‘Yellowstone’ creator

The legendary 6666′s Ranches, first established in 1870 and now spanning hundreds of thousands of acres across west Texas, are now under contract after being up for sale since December 2020.

  Community Healthcare Center looking to administer extra Pfizer vaccines

Community Healthcare Center looking to administer extra Pfizer vaccines

  Senior Tributes - Monday, May 3, 2021

Senior Tributes - Monday, May 3, 2021

Thousands of Texas prisoners getting vaccinated as state increases vaccine allocations to units

Last week the Texas Department of Criminal Justice received a large number of allocations to their facilities, increasing the amount of people they can vaccinate.

  Petrolia CISD to begin four-day school week in 2022

Petrolia CISD students will soon head to class just four days a week instead of the traditional five.

After Hours Artwalk returns to downtown WF for May

After Hours Artwalk returns to downtown WF for May

  Kell West hosting drive-thru J&J vaccine clinics this week

Kell West hosting J&J drive-thru vaccine clinics this week

WF Crime Stoppers need help solving Champions Golf Course burglary

Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers crime of the week.

  Strong to severe storms are possible tonight

Storms are possible late this evening into the night hours

Election Results - May 2021

Here are the results for various elections happening across Texoma.

WFISD bond vote passes

Unofficial results have been released

  WF fundraiser helps boy to get life changing surgery

WF fundraiser helps boy to get life changing surgery

City of Burkburnett election results

Burkburnett municipal election results

  Loco for Cinco Festival Back in Downtown WF

Loco for Cinco Festival Back in Downtown WF

  Oklahoma City mom in desperate need to find missing son

Oklahoma City mom in desperate need to find missing son

Driver taken to hospital after crash in Wichita Falls

Wichita Falls police were called out to a car that crashed into a ditch Friday afternoon.

What you should know heading into snake season

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  Police find 90 people in Houston house; possible human smuggling

Police said no children were found in the house. They estimated the youngest person was in their early 20s.

  Ara is looking for her forever home

Ara is 2 and 1/2 years old and loves belly rubs.

18 new Covid-19 cases reported in Wichita County

18 new Covid-19 cases and 26 new recoveries were reported Friday in Wichita County.

Slain Fort Hood soldier was sexually harassed, but not by her killer, investigation finds

Slain Fort Hood Spc. Vanessa Guillén was sexually harassed, but not by her killer, Spc. Aaron David Robinson, according to the results of an Army Regulation 15-6 investigation released Friday afternoon.

Man arrested for stealing ambulance, causing crash in Wichita Falls

A man was arrested in Wilbarger county after police say he took off with an ambulance in Wichita Falls.

  Confederate statue remains in front of City Hall

Confederate statue remains in front of City Hall

  Loco for Cinco Downtown Festival happening Saturday in WF

Loco for Cinco Downtown Festival happening Saturday in WF

  UPDATE: One hospitalized after house fire on Karla Street

One hospitalized after house fire on Karla Street

Open Door Christian School weather balloon launch delayed to May 15th

Open Door Christian School weather balloon launch delayed to May 15th

  Flooding hurts WF business and pushes residents to the edge

Pecanway Drive

WFPD: Woman dies after Sunday crash in Wichita Falls

Woman dies after Wichita Falls crash on Sunday

  Petrolia HS student defies odds and is heading to Yale

As high school seniors face college acceptances, one Petrolia High School senior’s next education decision came as a surprise not only to him but also to those close to him.

  WFISD mourning loss of McNiel Middle School student

WFISD mourning loss of McNiel Middle School student

  19-year-old killed in single-car crash in Archer County

19-year-old killed in single-car Archer County crash

Texas pushes closer to dropping handgun license requirement

In Texas, where gun laws are among the loosest in the U.S., there is one line the state has long resisted crossing: making it legal to carry a handgun in public without a permit, background check or training.

Texas lawmakers send Greg Abbott a bill that would allow Texans to purchase alcohol to go from restaurants

The Texas Senate passed a measure Wednesday to permanently allow Texans to purchase alcohol to go from restaurants, advancing a shared goal of Gov. Greg Abbott and restaurateurs.

  Rain chances continue through the weekend

Rain chances continue

  J&J vaccine is back in rotation at MSU Texas

The CDC has cleared the Johnson & Johnson vaccine back into rotation, being one of three vaccines available people can get.