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  Kellie Rasberry on why she’s helping Communities in Schools

While she says she had an overall positive experience in school growing up, she knows that is not the case for everyone.

  HPT Clay County: Current drought relief

  Search warrant leads to fake Juul discovery

  Saint Jo under boil order

  HPT Clay County: talking 88th Annual Pioneer Reunion

  Texas-Oklahoma Fair comes back to Wichita Falls

  Fall Family Fun Night next Thursday

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Local man causes commotion at Taco Bell, results in 4 charges

  Kellie Raspberry at local event tonight

  Citizens voice concerns about some WFISD schools potentially closing

  School districts now using phone apps for safety

Cache man recovering after collision with cattle

Bernie Sanders to speak in Lawton

Manhunt Monday suspect wanted on bond forfeiture

52-year-old Dorothy Green is wanted for bond forfeiture - theft of property under $2,500 with 2 or more previous convictions & bond forfeiture - possession of a controlled substance.

  Annual Buffalo Soldier Banquet Saturday

Every year the Lawton Ft. Sill Buffalo Soldiers 9th and 10th Calvary Association hosts this event, which celebrates the legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers.

  BBB Briefs: Digital calendar scams

Cosme Ojeda from the Better Business Bureau joined Jake in studio today to talk about some scams that target your digital calendars.

Woman wanted for evading arrest

38-year-old, Stephanie Perry is wanted for Violation of Parole - Evading Arrest/Detention with motor vehicle.

Suspended sheriff resigns from job

  Burkburnett student identified in fatal car wreck

  Long lines for Friday the 13th tattoos and piercings

  Blitz on 6 HS Football Scoreboard: Week 3

  Boomtown Rodeo gives young girls a healthy outlet

  WF Area Food Bank receives large donation from Texoma Gives

  Maddie would like to find a fur-ever home

Kimber from Emily’s Legacy Rescue joined us in studio today with Maddie, the puppy.

  Falls Town Flyers pair up with WFISD

Falls Town Flyers now working with WFISD CEC to provide internships.

  Texoma Gives exceeds goal; brings in over $1.2 million

Over $1.2 million was raised for this year’s Texoma Gives, exceeding their goal of $1.1 million

  WFISD school board discusses future high school plans

School board members met tonight for a work session and while it's still not official, they now have a more focused direction.

  Lake Wichita projects moving ahead

Two projects for Lake Wichita are moving ahead, with an exciting discovery that could help with costs.

The Temptations cancel Lawton performance

Motown legends The Temptations have canceled an upcoming concert at the Apache Casino Hotel on Friday, October 4.

  WF Area Food Bank talks Hunger Action Day

Hunger Action Day focuses on bringing awareness to the hunger crisis in our communities.

  Texoma Gives surpasses $1.1 million goal

This event will last for 16 hours, ending at 10:00 p.m. tonight, and is organized by the Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation.

Social media threat to Lawton school stopped by local, federal authorities

Officials with the Lawton Public Schools say a social media threat was investigated and handled overnight.

  New Wichita County jail construction on track and under budget

Construction is on track for the Wichita County Law Enforcement Center to be complete in a year.

Texoma Gives kicks off Thursday morning

All event related donations must be made through the Texoma Gives website.

  9/11 leaves lasting impression on Wichita Falls residents

Security regulations changed after 9/11, but that doesn't mean everyone feels safe all the time.

  Henrietta VFD: Help us help you

Henrietta VFD wants to build a garage to house their new ladder truck.

  9/11 5K memorial run donates to victims fund

There was no cost to participate, however donations were appreciated. All proceeds were sent to the 9/11 Memorial Fund.

FSA accepting emergency loan applications

The Farm Service Agency (FSA) is now accepting applications for emergency farm loans for farmers who suffered from physical and production losses.

  Christ Academy raising money for Blended Learning Center

Christ Academy is asking for donations this year to help them raise funds for the construction of their Blended Learning Center.

  Boomtown Rodeo this weekend

September 13 and 14, at Boomtown Rodeo Arena in Burkburnett at 7:30 p.m. the rodeo, hosted by Flying C Rodeo Company, will get under way.

  Animal Ordinance feedback deadline Thursday

You can make your suggestions, on the City of Wichita Falls website.

  MSU Texas hosts semesters first faculty forums

Faculty shared what fueled them, to be first generation students.

  Humane Society of Wichita County receives donation

The Wichita County Humane Society has received a nice financial boost by a local business.

  WFISD approves waivers for class size and dual credit

WFISD school board approve waivers.

  Trooper of the Year presentation ceremony

The presentation ceremony was at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 10, at The Forum in Wichita Falls.

  The Kitchen talks Texoma Gives change donation event

This event allows people who can’t meet the $25 minimum online donation to still participate in donating to the The Kitchen of Wichita Falls, who provide the Meals on Wheels program as well as others.

  New Children’s Exhibit at Museum of North Texas History

Last year during Texoma Gives the Museum of North Texas History was fundraising for this exhibit, just one year later to the day, they are able to give back to the kids in our communities by opening the Children’s Exhibit.

Tech for Teens kickoff meeting

Tech for Teens is a non-profit coding education program that offers free computer science classes to students in the WFISD area from fourth grade to high school.

Altus Public Schools now offering virtual classroom option

Altus Public Schools is now giving students an opportunity to take classes online.

Annual local non-profit donation event Thursday

An annual area-wide day of giving is this Thursday and non-profits are gearing up for your donations.

  Clear bag policy change to MSU Football games

Fans will still be permitted to carry in approved items without a bag, such as binoculars, cameras and smart phones.

Sen. Fallon announces possible run for U.S. Senate

Texas senator considers U.S. Senate run

  Cafe Con Leche preparing students for collegiate success

When it comes to college, applying and even figuring out how to pay for it all can be overwhelming.That's why Cafe Con Leche is stepping up to help

  WF City Council meeting

The City Council is scheduled to vote on the budget and tax rate at the regularly scheduled Council meeting of September 17, 2019.

  House Bill 3 affecting Tax Ratification Election

WFISD officials announced on Monday that House Bill 3 could be affecting the results of the Tax Ratification Election (TRE).

  Cadillac Ranch vandalized Sunday night

Authorities say the oldest Cadillac at the Ranch, located just west of Amarillo, was deliberately set on fire.

  Hospice of WF volunteer training later this month

They are always in need of additional volunteers in all areas at Hospice of Wichita Falls.

  SBDC Boots to Business Reboot for Veterans and their families

SBDC will hold a workshop aimed to help Veterans launch a small business.

  I-44 lane closures for interchange update

There will be lane closures this evening in order to keep one lane open for both I-44 and Spur 325. They will be doing this at night to alleviate traffic jam concerns and allow the crews to work safely.

  Boil order for Archer City lifted

It is now safe to consume the water in Archer City.

Café Con Leche Community Café tonight

Café Con Leche will be hosting a Community Café tonight, September 9, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Vernon College’s Century City Center Campus in room 606.

WF Fire Department’s Citizens Fire Academy starts tomorrow

The Wichita Falls Fire Department will be starting the Citizen’s Fire Academy tomorrow, September 10.

  BBB talks donation scams

Cosme Ojeda joined us in studio today to talk about donation scams that the BBB would like to warn you about.

UPDATE: Warrant issued for Altus murder suspect, details released

A First Degree Murder warrant has been issued for the suspect in a fatal weekend shooting in Altus.

Woman wanted for burglary of a building

Brittnie Sierra-Rexan Fannon, 32-years-old, is wanted for burglary of a building.

  Relaxation ahead for Elijah the Comfort Dog after Odessa

It’s rest and relaxation time for Elijah the comfort dog now that he’s back in Wichita Falls.

WF resident killed in Lindsay, OK crash

A vehicle crash near Lindsay, OK has left one Wichita Falls resident dead and one Marlow, OK resident uninjured.

  WFPD holds hiring assessment at local school

The Wichita Falls Police Department held a written and physical hiring assessment for applicants at the Barwise Junior School on Saturday, Sept. 7 at 8 a.m.

Duncan police investigating death near Main Street

The Duncan Police Department is investigating after a deceased man was found on Friday night.

  Blitz on 6 HS Football scoreboard: Week 2

High school football scores and highlights

  Circle Trail added to “Access Wichita Falls” app

Starting today you can report issues with the trail easily from your phone,

  Hundreds attend Centennial Hall grand opening at MSU Texas

Officials at Midwestern State University are excited to see it all come into fruition.

Blood drive in honor of Lauren Landavazo

The Landavazos are having a blood drive right now until 6 p.m. at the Faith Masonic Lodge, 3503 Kemp Blvd. in honor of Lauren Landavazo.

  Chillicothe ISD adds portable translators for teachers and students

The earpieces make teaching students that don't speak English easier without stopping class.

Wanted sex offender captured in WF

Jarrod Drew Barker was booked into the Wichita Falls County Jail.

  Meals on Wheels needs volunteers

Volunteers are specifically needed for Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

  MSU Texas gives a peak inside new Centennial Hall

Students are excited to finally begin learning inside of Midwestern State University’s newest building Centennial Hall.

  Interactive children’s exhibit coming to Museum of North Texas History

"We kept thinking what can we do to make our museum more child friendly"

  Attendees react to After Hours Artwalk

The After Hours Artwalk was held once again on Thursday, Sept. 5 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in downtown Wichita Falls.

  Wichita Falls ISD enrollment possibly up this year

When comparing tenth day enrollment numbers, there are 47 more students enrolled in the district this year compared to the same time last year.

  DPS Trooper charged with drug possession and evidence tampering

The Texas Rangers are investigating a former Highway Patrol Trooper for allegedly mishandling evidence.