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Yesterday | KAUZ
A Wichita Falls charitable organization is opting out from help from the local food bank when it comes to its food supply.
Tuesday | Graham Leader
The Graham Independent School District is gearing up for another school year, and that means district staff have been undergoing massive preparations and administering policy overhauls.
Tuesday | KAUZ
Empty Bowls will continue to fight against hunger this year. The Empty Bowls Event for 2014 will be Tuesday, October 21st from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Wichita Falls Museum of Art as Midwestern State University.
Tuesday | KAUZ
Wichita Falls City Councilors have approved the construction of a new water slide and pump hose for the Castaway Cove Water Park.
With Braxton Miller's status for the 2014 season in jeopardy because of an injury sustained in practice this afternoon, J.T. Barrett could become Ohio State's starting quarterback.
Vandals using rocks, bricks and a golf club have damaged six North Texas school buses but repairs should be done in time for next week's start of classes.
United States Congressman, Mac Thornberry came to Wichita Falls Monday Morning. Congressman Thornberry joined the Wichita County Republican Women at their monthly meeting at Luby's Cafeteria on 9th Street.
A smoker demonstrates an e-cigarette in Wichita Falls, Texas, Jan. 17, 2014. The Toronto Board of Health is meeting to discuss Monday a municipal ban on electronic cigarettes, which would prohibit their use in places where cigarettes are banned.
As of 10:00am heavy rain was slowly moving over the eastern half of the Metroplex.
The North Texas Area United Way will kick off a city-wide book drive Monday, August 18. United Way is partnering with Friends of the Library, the Wichita Falls Public Library and the Rotary Clubs to provide free books for day care centers and children in the community ages five and under.
It's time this year to raise bully awareness. Mark your calendars to join in for the cause at Pueblo Boxing, at 1007 7th Street in Wichita Falls.
Those conenose bugs, better known as kissing bugs that can carry the potentially fatal Chagas disease, haven't started making the smooch-stealing invasion of the Hub City that some have warned about, Lubbock entomologists and bug experts said.
Cynthia McBrooms front yard, like most others in Texoma, has been hit hard by the drought.
With school just around the corner, getting back into the swing of things can be challenging for both parents and children.
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Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 08:53 pm
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