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  First Assembly of God receives 1,200 boxes of food to donate

Second COVID-19 case confirmed in Hardeman County

  WF Area Food Bank to expand mobile pantry

  One new COVID-19 recovery in Wichita County, total now 69

  Better Business Bureau issues "F" rating for company

Gov. Abbott announces third phase of plan to reopen Texas

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  13th Congressional District Republican candidates to debate Thursday

Downtown WF Development announces food truck rally for October

  Texas Blood Institute offering free COVID-19 antibody testing for donors

Texans could receive up to a year of unemployment benefits under second extension of aid

Eighteen people sentenced to federal prison in Montague County

Wichita Falls wins Workforce Excellence Award

  WF Chamber of Commerce has new way to attract employers to the city

They've commissioned a 3D rendering of buildings that could be constructed at the WF business park.

  WF museums hesitant to reopen

Some museums in Wichita Falls have reopened but Kell House and the Museum of North Texas History’s doors remain closed.

  Nonprofits could soon see some additional money

Wichita Falls non-profit may soon see some additional dollars.

WF police arrest man wanted for stealing vehicle out of Seymour

  No new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County on Tuesday, nursing home patient being retested

  Whiteside Museum of Natural History reopens

  NASA researcher collects hailstones in Burkburnett

Baylor County confirms 10 new COVID-19 cases at nursing home, retesting in progress

One new COVID-19 case in Wichita County, total now 85

One new COVID-19 case in Wichita County, total now 85

The announcement came on Monday.

  Meals on Wheels begins making deliveries

Meals on Wheels began their daily deliveries Monday.

  Peaceful protest held in downtown Wichita Falls

Over a thousand people gathered Monday afternoon to protest racial inequality.

  New coronavirus precaution measures in place at Texoma college campuses

The new protocols take effect the minute you walk in the door of Vernon College’s Century City Center.

  Better Business Bureau warns of fake stimulus debit cards

Stimulus debit cards are being mailed out and many people don’t believe they’re real.

One new COVID-19 case confirmed in two Texoma counties

One new COVID-19 case confirmed in two Texoma Counties.

  WF businesses discuss protest preparations

Before the protest even began, business owners in downtown Wichita Falls were preparing for the crowd.

  Two new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Clay County

The announcement came on Sunday.

  Two new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Young County since Sunday

Two new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Young County over the past two days.

  First COVID-19 case confirmed in Baylor County

The announcement came on Monday.

WF Arts Council starting enrollment for summer art camps

The Wichita Falls Arts Council has begun enrollment for their in-person summer 2020 art camps.

Kell House Museum Fourth of July parade and celebration canceled

The 2020 Kell House Museum Most Patriotic Fourth of July Parade and Celebration has been canceled.

  Finishing Touch to close after 45 years

Finishing Touch announced Saturday they will be closing their doors after 45 years.

Pier 1 closing all stores; bankruptcy approved

Pier 1 can now begin to shut down retail operations in about 500 stores across the country.

  Peaceful protest at Lawton City Hall promotes change

Since the murder of George Floyd just days ago, protests and demonstrations have broken out across the country, including right here in southwest Oklahoma.

  Cruisin’ for a Cure car show in Henrietta benefits cancer research

After being delayed almost 2 months, the Cruisin’ for a Cure car show in Henrietta was a bigger success than expected.

  Cruisin Nocona continues despite pandemic

Cruisin’ Nocona 2020 may have seen some cancellations such as the annual auction, but that didn’t stop them from cruising the streets.

  Crestview Elementary student celebrated for perfect attendance

Bentley, a student at Crestview Elementary in Graham, had perfect attendance this school year.

  Two Vernon women make history

I am the first female mayor an I think that makes me a go-getter even more.

  Shooting investigation underway in WF

A shooting is under investigation after a woman is shot then rushed to the hospital.

  WF Fire Department prescribed burn set for Saturday

WFFD will be conducting a prescribed burn on Saturday.

  Luna is looking for her forever home

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

  FCA planning baseball, softball event for graduating seniors

Many senior athletes in Texoma didn’t get to finish out their seasons.

  WFISD utilizes food truck to get free meals to kids

With the school year over and summer here, the Wichita Falls ISD’s food truck is hitting the streets. This year, however, its efforts have been refocused.

No new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County on Friday

The announcement came on Friday.

WF Immunization Clinic to open June 1

The Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District’s Immunization Clinic is opening June 1 and will provide services by appointment only.

Man arrested on three warrants, including aggravated robbery

WF police arrested one man Thursday who was wanted for three warrants, including one for aggravated robbery.

WF police arrest man for allegedly threatening employees with hatchet

WF police arrested one man for aggravated assault after he allegedly threatened the employees of a Dollar Saver with a hatchet.

  Meals on wheels to restart deliveries

The Kitchen is gearing up to start back up Meals on Wheels deliveries on June 1st.

  WF Metropolitan Planning Organization holds public comment hearing

It gives people the chance to voice their opinion on what projects that want to see happen.

  Olney teacher murder suspect pleads guilty

Man charged in the murder of a high school teacher pleads guilty and is sentenced in the killing.

  Events returning to Texoma

Many of our favorite events have been canceled due to safety concerns about COVID-19.

  Holliday HS announces Red River Best Chevy Teacher recipient

Teachers are some of the most influential people to our children.

  SNAP participants eligible for one-time payment to help with kids’ meals

The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) is meant to help those families who already receive SNAP benefits, and whose children receive free or reduced lunch at school.

Multi-car crash on I-44 near Missile Road

Stick with News Channel 6 as we learn more.

One new COVID-19 recovery in Wichita County, total now 68

The announcement came on Thursday.

  TX Parks and Wildlife postpones restocking fish in South Weeks Park Pond

Last week’s storms didn’t just affect the people in Texoma, it may have also hurt some fish in Wichita Falls that were already hurting.

Rider Esports teams qualify for State Playoffs

The Rider Esports team has qualified for the State Playoffs in its first year of competition.

  Volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels’ hot meal delivery services

The Kitchen will be resuming hot meal delivery services for Meals on Wheels starting on June 1.

  WATCH: Gov. Abbott talks COVID-19 case surges, asymptomatic testing, reopening schools in the fall

Texas Governor Greg Abbott joined News Channel 6 at Noon on Thursday to talk about COVID-19 efforts in Texas.

  Several babies born during severe weather outbreak

Mother Nature wasn’t the only one delivering last Friday.

  Wichita Falls Area Food Bank Donates to Bowie

The Wichita Falls Area Food Bank is joining alongside others in helping the City of Bowie get back on it’s feet.

  Water parks, splash parks now have opening dates set

If you planned to float the lazy river or keep cool at the water park, Governor Greg Abbott has now made that possible.

  Longtime MSU Texas worker retires after 15 years

A longtime Midwestern State University worker is retiring but that doesn’t mean she’s going anywhere.

No new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County on Wednesday

The announcement came on Tuesday.

Gov. Abbott announces $3.6 million in funding for nursing facilities for communication devices

Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) Wednesday announced $3.6 million in funding for nursing facilities.

  2020 Texas Ranch Roundup canceled due to COVID-19 concerns

The 2020 Texas Ranch Roundup has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns.

WFISD releases updated UIL requirements for physicals

Wichita Falls ISD has released the updated University Interscholastic League (UIL) requirements for physicals for the 2020-21 school year in response to COVID-19.

  Downtown WF Farmer’s Market enters summer hours

The Downtown Wichita Falls Farmer’s Market has officially entered its summer hours.

  A few isolated showers this morning before we clear out this afternoon

A few isolated showers are possible today and tomorrow

  BroCro creates fund to help businesses in Bowie

The marketing company BroCro has once again stepped up to bring relief to small businesses, this time in Bowie.

  Workforce Solutions North Texas receives $287K grant

Workforce Solutions North Texas has been awarded a $287,500 grant to provide job training by the Texas Workforce Commission.

  Pressed Dry Cleaners of WF offering free graduation gown pressing

Graduates can get their gowns cleaned for free.

  Bowie ISD student-athletes rally to clean up city after tornado

With his school, and his students’ homes affected, Coach Cory Mandrell decided to rally his athletics and get to work.

  Cruisin’ Nocona happening this weekend

A Nocona staple is happening in the city this weekend.

  WF 50 Plus Zone reopens with extra safety measures

Wichita Falls 50 Plus Zone is the first of their kind (recreational center for adults) in the state of Texas to reopen their doors Tuesday.

  Texoma drivers license offices reopen

The Texas Department of Public Safety drivers license office has reopened in Wichita Falls and across Texoma.

WF Fire Department helps Meals on Wheels

Wichita Falls Fire Department officials are The Kitchen’s Meals on Wheels Community Champions of the week.