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  Historical Bowie building renovations recreates memories

A real estate developer is making sure history is never forgotten.

  Danny is looking for his forever home

WFISD COVID-19 Tracker shows 59 active cases Friday

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

  Some Vernon teachers want to get the vaccine

UPDATE: LPD says they will be releasing body camera footage of shooting

  Six new deaths, 44 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

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  MSU Texas reports 4 new COVID-19 cases Friday

  Health district fills Saturday vaccine clinic appointments, scheduling begins for later dates

  WF police needs help finding suspect who crashed stolen vehicle

  COVID-19 may cause long-term organ damage

  Health district receives shipment of COVID-19 vaccines

  Peaceful cruise held to celebrate inauguration

  News Channel 6 to air Chocolate Soirée Friday

Five Wichita Falls chefs will compete for the best in chocolate.

  MSU Texas reports 3 new COVID-19 cases Thursday

A total of 359 people in the campus community have tested positive since July 1, 2020.

  “Tiger King” star Jeff Lowe facing charges under Animal Welfare Act

This is first time in U.S. history that the government is seeking a civil injunctive relief under the Animal Welfare Act.

Seymour Hospital hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinic Saturday

Seymour Hospital will be hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic this weekend.

92 patients positive, suspected positive for COVID-19 at United Regional

  5 new deaths, 61 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

  WFPD investigating after woman shot at while sitting in car

  Man charged with 2014 Electra murder

  SAFB main gate closed after airman found dead on base

  MSU Texas students offer mixed reactions to inauguration

  Joe Exotic remains in prison after pardon not given

“After an aggressive first quarter Hail Mary, team tiger didn’t score.”

  A Day in the Life: Athletic Training

Although athletic trainers are almost always on the sidelines, they aren’t always the ones who get noticed.

  Jury trials won’t return in Texas until at least April

Court proceedings have been held virtually since March.

Graham Regional Medical Center reports 15 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday

The announcement came on Wednesday.

  MSU Texas reports 3 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday

A total of 356 people in the campus community have tested positive since July 1, 2020.

  Health District to hold next COVID-19 vaccine clinic Saturday

More Wichita County residents will be able to get their COVID-19 vaccines this weekend.

  United Family donates 1,000 pairs of socks to WF Faith Mission

Wichita Falls Faith Mission now has 1,000 pairs of socks to give to the community.

  TEA finds students started school almost six months behind

Students across Texoma spent the fall trying to make up for time lost by school closures at the start of the pandemic. New data is giving a clearer look at exactly how much that time impacted them.

  5 new deaths, 71 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

The announcement came on Wednesday.

  IV infusions can be beneficial to health and wellness

IV infusions can be beneficial to health and wellness

  Rural counties receive new allotment of vaccines, others still waiting on more

“Our pharmacists are ready, our providers are ready, we just need vaccine."

  WFFD suggests new fire code changes at city council meeting

The Wichita Falls Fire Department suggested new fire code changes at the city council meeting Tuesday.

  Health District moving toward new automated vaccine sign-up system

The system is called Luminare.

  YMCA holds ribbon cutting ceremony for Bill Bartley Branch

The Wichita Falls YMCA held the ribbon cutting ceremony for their new Bill Bartley Branch on Monday.

  Memorial at WC Law Enforcement Center starts construction

Ten years in the making and the memorial honoring fallen officers and firefighters in Wichita County is taking shape.

Polling locations set for District 68 special election

The election itself will be taking place this Saturday.

Clay County Memorial Hospital receives COVID-19 vaccine doses

The Clay County Memorial Hospital has received 950 doses of the Pfizer Vaccine.

  3 new deaths, 84 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

The announcement came on Tuesday.

Area pharmacies, hospitals receiving more COVID-19 vaccines during week 6 rollout

Pharmacies and hospitals in Texoma will be receiving more COVID-19 vaccine doses for week six of the state’s distribution plan.

WF Area Food Bank Mobile Pantry scheduled throughout January

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

  MSU Texas reports 11 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday

A total of 353 people in the campus community have tested positive since July 1, 2020.

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

The announcement came on Monday.

  Wichita Falls ISD bond election could be called early next month

A Bond election must be called before February 12.

  WF Youth Symphony Orchestra creates special masks for students

WF Youth Symphony Orchestra creates special masks for students

  Better Business Bureau gives advice for dealing with debt collectors

The Better Business Bureau has been receiving calls about debt collectors calling and harassing people.

Texas DPS identifies Kamay crash victim

Texas DPS has identified the victim from a fatal crash that happened near Kamay on Saturday.

  MSU Texas students volunteer on MLK Jr. Day

The Midwestern State University community celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day with the day of service event.

  Wichita Falls couple hosts foreign exchange students

Couple hosts foreign exchange students

  Health District waitlist sign-ups temporarily paused

Anyone on the health district’s current waitlist will not lose their place.

Iowa Park Animal Reclaim Facility closed to the public until further notice

All essential animal control regulations will continue to be enforced.

101 patients positive, suspected positive for COVID-19 at United Regional

Hospital officials say these numbers will be updated every Monday and Thursday.

  5 new deaths, 146 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

The announcement came on Monday.

OSBI releases initial report regarding officer-involved shooting in Lawton

The shooting happened on Sunday morning.

  Phase 2 of 2020 Sewer Budget Utility Improvement Project to start Tuesday

The contractor is planning to divide the work into sections to minimize disruptions on the road.

  One new COVID-19 related death reported in Baylor County

The announcement came on Monday.

WF Crime Stoppers asking for help solving burglary at Popeyes

Wichita Falls police have little information on this crime and could use the community’s help in solving it.

  Burkburnett HS students rally behind COVID-hospitalized principal with signs of support

Burkburnett High School students and their parents gathered in the United Regional parking lot today with a heartfelt message for their principal.

  WC residents grateful for the first mass vaccine clinic

Hundreds of Wichita County residents received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at the county’s first mass vaccination Saturday.

One dead after single-vehicle crash in Stephens Co.

One man is dead after a single-car crash in Stephens County early Sunday morning.

Texas DPS investigating fatal crash near Kamay

Texas DPS is investigating a fatal crash near Kamay.

  Students raising animals show them at Chillicothe Project Show

Students involved in 4H and Future Farmers of America show off their animal project that they’ve been raising at the Chillicothe Project Show.

  New PETS Clinic location provides even more services than the first

Construction on the new PETS Clinic just off I-44 started right at COVID-19 spread across the country.

Graham Regional Medical Center reports 22 new COVID-19 cases Friday

The announcement came on Friday.

  WF poet continues to follow his dreams despite COVID-19

WF poet continues to follow his dreams despite COVID-19

  TxDOT postpones I-44 repairs near Maurine Street

TxDOT has postponed repairs along I-44 near Maurine Street.

  Volunteer work earns organization and individuals recognition by President Trump

More than 40,000 volunteer hours are represented by the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 41 organization and four individuals.

  Firefighters working large grass fire in Montague County

Stick with News Channel 6 as we learn more.

  O’Malley is looking for his forever home

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

  Wichita Falls couple provides medical care in Africa

The couple managed to tend to thousands of patients before returning back to the Falls.

  7 new deaths, 111 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

The announcement came on Friday.

WF police needs help identifying burglary suspect

The Wichita Falls Police Department needs help identifying a burglary suspect.

MSU Texas reports 7 new COVID-19 cases Friday

A total of 342 people in the campus community have tested positive since July 1, 2020.

  WFPD arrests third suspect in connection to deadly stabbing at O’Brien’s

Wichita Falls police have arrested a third suspect in connection to a deadly stabbing that happened at O’Brien’s Sports Pub.

  VITA prepares for the upcoming tax season

NTAUW VITA prepares for the upcoming tax season

  Firefighters prepare for day two of heightened fire chances

The Forest Service suggests avoiding outdoor activities that could cause sparks.

  Wichita Christian football coach named 2020 Coach of the Year

The award was voted on by coaches in the district.

Nine new COVID-19 related deaths confirmed in Young County

The announcement came on Thursday.

Montague County JP offices temporarily close due to COVID-19

Both Montague County Justice of the Peace offices have temporarily closed due to COVID-19.