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  Area schools are closing or delaying due to inclement weather

Some schools in the area are making scheduling changes in response to the rapid change in weather this week.

  Sudden temperature drop, freezing rain to leave lasting impact on cotton crop

  MSU fraternity hosts virtual food drive for Faith Mission

Services set for late Bellevue ISD staff member

  Kissing bug in Wichita Falls tests positive for parasite that causes Chagas disease

  Two new deaths, 163 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

  MSU Texas reports six new COVID-19 cases Monday

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  Two new deaths, 163 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

  MSU Texas reports six new COVID-19 cases Monday

What we know about the 26,473 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

  BBB offers tips for cyber security

Early voting numbers are updated daily for Texoma counties

  WFFD responds to house fire started in trash can

UPDATE: WFPD identify suspects arrested for evading arrest

Wichita Falls police have released the identities of the two suspects arrested for evading arrest on Sunday after fleeing the scene of a stolen car.

Man arrested after cashing almost $50,000 in forged checks

A Wichita Falls man was arrested on Friday for forgery after cashing almost $50,000 in someone else’s checks.

  Graham Rotary Club partnering with Graham Crisis Center food pantry

Partnerships are formed and in the process of helping Graham Crisis Center serve the community, especially with the food pantry.

  Trump cruise gathered dozens in Wichita Falls

Supporters of President Donald Trump showed up at a parking lot for a cruise along Kemp Blvd today.

  Cafe con Leche holds financial aid events

  Blitz on 6 HS Football Week 9 Highlights

  United Way supports nonprofits through COVID-19

Blitz on 6 High School Football Scoreboard

  MSU Texas student reflects on self isolating on-campus

  Biscuit and Little Bit are looking for their forever home

  2020-2021 Dorothy Huffman award goes to Diane Wachsman

Today the Wichita Falls Independent School District Foundation gave the 2020-2021 Dorothy Huffman award to Diane Wachsman for creative teaching.

  WF police release surveillance video of stolen “Forever” horse statue

If you have any information about this crime, call Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers.

Nocona vs Holliday football game canceled due to COVID-19 concerns

The game will be scored as a 15-0 win for Holliday.

  Panda is looking for his forever home

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

WF woman arrested for forgery, organized criminal activity

The suspect was arrested on three felony warrants.

  Governor’s office distributes $290 million to promote public safety

The office of Governor Greg Abbott is distributing over $290 million dollars in grants to the state to better public safety.

WF woman arrested for forgery, organized criminal activity

The suspect was arrested on three felony warrants.

  Governor’s office distributes $290 million to promote public safety

The office of Governor Greg Abbott is distributing over $290 million dollars in grants to the state to better public safety.

  Two new deaths, 132 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

The announcement came on Friday.

  MSU Texas reports five new COVID-19 cases Friday

A total of 111 people in the campus community have tested positive since July 1.

  WF Crime Stoppers need help identifying shooting suspect

Stick with News Channel 6 as we learn more.

Traffic stop leads to nearly $300K meth bust for LPD

Officers with the Special Operations Unit conducted the traffic stop around 7:15 Thursday night on a vehicle where the passenger was reportedly a known methamphetamine distributor.

Early voting numbers are updated daily for Texoma counties

Texas voters continued to flock to the polls for early voting on Thursday.

  UPDATE: WFPD releases photos of ATM burglars

The ATM burglaries have been happening locally since August, but the suspects have also struck all over Texas, Oklahoma and even as far east as Georgia.

  Henrietta ISD updates return to campus plan

The decision was made based off of student failure and attendance rates.

  Wichita Falls Warriors are ready to welcome fans for home opener

Warriors ready for home opener

  CDC adds to what close contact means, local health official officials urging residents to follow guidelines

New COVID-19 cases across the country are showing the new, quicker ways the virus is able to spread between people. In response the CDC has updated its definition of what close contact.

  New COVID-19 data released for public schools in Region 9

The state of Texas will be updating their numbers every Thursday.

Two SE Okla. men claiming to be cannibals, face multiple charges after castration

Two southeast Oklahoma men are facing several charges after allegedly performing an illegal gender reassignment surgery in Le Flore County.

  Petrolia CISD to move to remote learning for Friday classes

Students will return to in-person classes on Monday, Oct. 26.

  Two new deaths, 137 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

The announcement came on Thursday.

  WFPD warns of vandalism during Rider and Old High rivalry week

Friday night, Rider High School, and Wichita Falls High School will take the football field in their big rivalry game.

  Rain is in the forecast for Thursday night

Rain starts tonight

Region 9 Virtual College Fair to be held this evening

The fair is an opportunity for students to speak with college representatives and plan for the future.

  Throckmorton County Memorial Hospital to host drive-thru flu shot clinic

Hospital officials ask for everyone to stay in their car and wear a mask.

  Rural counties seeing high early voter turnout

In both Archer and Clay county, nearly 30% of registered voters have already voted.

One new COVID-19 related death, 22 new cases in Young County

The announcement came on Wednesday.

WFISD COVID-19 Tracker shows 42 active cases Wednesday

The cases are being broken down by campus.

Bicyclists have concerns about safety

Cyclers have concerns about safety

  10 months after fire, WF church begins to rebuild

It’s been over ten months since New Jerusalem Baptist Church lost its annex in a fire. Now, church leaders are beginning the process of building an entirely new fellowship.

  MSU Texas reports one new COVID-19 case Wednesday

A total of 103 people in the campus community have tested positive since July 1.

  Lake Wichita Revitalization Committee appoints Gold Star family member to board

The Lake Wichita Revitalization Committee is honoring families who have lost loved ones in combat.

  Two new deaths, 83 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

The announcement came on Wednesday.

Downtown WF Development unveils new bike statue

Downtown Wichita Falls Development unveiled a new bike statue.

Accused Bahama Bucks burglar charged with three more burglaries

A man accused of burglarizing Bahama Bucks has now been charged with three more burglaries.

How to hand in mail-in ballots, vote from the hospital

Ballots must be postmarked by Nov. 3 when mailed to be counted.

  UPDATE: Sacred Heart releases statement regarding cemetery cleanup

People who visit Sacred Heart Cemetery are noticing missing items after a crew came out to mow and trim trees a couple days ago.

Date set for District 30 runoff election

A runoff date has been set for the District 30 election to fill the seat for representative Pat Fallon.

  UPDATE: Sacred Heart releases statement regarding cemetery cleanup

People who visit Sacred Heart Cemetery are noticing missing items after a crew came out to mow and trim trees a couple days ago.

Date set for District 30 runoff election

A runoff date has been set for the District 30 election to fill the seat for representative Pat Fallon.

  MSU Texas cancels Spring Break, ends semester a week early

The end of the semester is now shifted up by one week.

  Cool weather is on the way

Cool weather is headed our way

Early voting numbers are updated daily for Texoma counties

Texas voters continued to flock to the polls for early voting over the weekend.

  MSU Texas football team, coaches quarantining after player tests positive for COVID-19

The entire MSU Texas football team as well as the coaching staff are under quarantine.

Bowie ISD to end remote learning

The decision was made based on student failure rates among virtual learners.

  Healthcare professionals urge people to seek care for COVID symptoms

“Don’t fall into the trap of it’s just allergies."

Burkburnett ISD reports 18 total active COVID-19 cases

The school has seen 27 total cases.

One new COVID-19 related death, 19 new cases in Young County

The announcement came on Tuesday.

Tracking the numbers: Active COVID-19 cases across WFISD

The cases are being broken down by campus.

WFISD honors students, staff members at board meeting

Wichita Falls ISD honored several staff members and students at their board meeting on Monday.

  MSU Texas ranks in top 50 for social mobility

Midwestern State University is ranked a top performer for social mobility on 2021 U.S. News & World Report.

  Rider vs Old High: A house divided

Family has ties to Old High and Rider

  Local boy donates raised funds to nonprofits for 2nd year in a row

Garret Munson makes the money to buy all those supplies by selling pumpkins during the Halloween season.

  COVID-19 case rise putting strain on hospital staffing

With COVID-19 cases rising across Texas, hospital bed capacity isn’t the only thing hospitals are worrying about. Doctors and nurses getting sick or having to quarantine are putting a strain on the system.

  One new death, 111 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

The announcement came on Tuesday.

WF man arrested for stealing car, claims it was a joke

A Wichita Falls man was arrested early Monday morning after stealing a car and allegedly claiming it was a joke.

  MSU Texas reports three new COVID-19 cases

A total of 102 people in the campus community have tested positive since July 1.

STATE UPDATE: Comanche Co. active cases jump over 300, one new death

Active cases in Comanche County have crossed over 300 for the first time.