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  • WFISD on campus security

    WFISD on campus security

    Wednesday, September 28 2016 12:12 AM EDT2016-09-28 04:12:09 GMT

    Reports of a sexual assault on a Wichita Falls Independent School District campus has some parents concerned about their child's safety. 

    Reports of a sexual assault on a Wichita Falls Independent School District campus has some parents concerned about their child's safety. 

  • Praying for Peace

    Praying for Peace

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 10:31 PM EDT2016-09-28 02:31:31 GMT
    The men will travel 40 days horsebackThe men will travel 40 days horseback

    Pastor John Riggs is preparing for a 40 day trip from Wichita Falls to Washington D.C. on horseback.

    Pastor John Riggs is preparing for a 40 day trip from Wichita Falls to Washington D.C. on horseback.

  • Israel's Shimon Peres dies at 93

    Israel's Shimon Peres dies at 93

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 10:08 PM EDT2016-09-28 02:08:00 GMT

    Shimon Peres was one of Israel's most-liked politicians, twice serving as prime minister as well as in various Cabinet posts over several decades. He is considered one of the founding fathers of the modern Jewish state. 

    Shimon Peres was one of Israel's most-liked politicians, twice serving as prime minister as well as in various Cabinet posts over several decades. He is considered one of the founding fathers of the modern Jewish state. 

  • Wells Fargo claws back part of CEO, other executive's salary

    Wells Fargo claws back part of CEO, other executive's salary

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 8:48 PM EDT2016-09-28 00:48:22 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 8:48 PM EDT2016-09-28 00:48:22 GMT

    Wells Fargo says CEO John Stumpf and the executive who ran the bank's consumer banking division will forfeit tens of millions of dollars in bonuses as it tries to stem a scandal over its sales practices.

    Wells Fargo says CEO John Stumpf and the executive who ran the bank's retail banking division will forfeit tens of millions of dollars in pay as the bank tries to stem a scandal over its sales practices.
  • Businesses recovering from flooding in Wichita Falls

    Businesses recovering from flooding in Wichita Falls

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 7:59 PM EDT2016-09-27 23:59:28 GMT
    Source: KAUZSource: KAUZ

    Last weekend's flooding has caused problems for many, leaving some contemplating what is next for their business or home. Houses and businesses off Kemp were some of the hardest hit, one being Express Employment Professionals.

    Last weekend's flooding has caused problems for many, leaving some contemplating what is next for their business or home. Houses and businesses off Kemp were some of the hardest hit, one being Express Employment Professionals.

  • Wichita Falls flooding affecting families

    Wichita Falls flooding affecting families

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 7:58 PM EDT2016-09-27 23:58:55 GMT
    Source: KAUZSource: KAUZ

    The flooding is not just affecting businesses. 

    The flooding is not just affecting businesses. 

  • New business may bring hundreds of new jobs

    New business may bring hundreds of new jobs

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 7:41 PM EDT2016-09-27 23:41:32 GMT
    Source: KAUZSource: KAUZ

    Wichita Falls is experiencing a surge in economic growth and development - and bringing with it new jobs and city officials say more may be on the way.  

    Wichita Falls is experiencing a surge in economic growth and development - and bringing with it new jobs and city officials say more may be on the way.  

  • Senate blocks stopgap bill to prevent shutdown this weekend

    Senate blocks stopgap bill to prevent shutdown this weekend

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 7:28 PM EDT2016-09-27 23:28:58 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 7:28 PM EDT2016-09-27 23:28:58 GMT

    Democrats opened a last-minute push Tuesday for new talks on must-do legislation to prevent the government from shutting down this weekend, fight the Zika virus and help flood-ravaged Louisiana rebuild.

    A must-do bill to prevent the government from shutting down this weekend and to fund the fight against the Zika virus is stalled in the Senate, held up by bipartisan opposition as the clock ticks toward a Friday deadline.
  • Widow files lawsuit against city, construction company

    Widow files lawsuit against city, construction company

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 7:27 PM EDT2016-09-27 23:27:47 GMT
    (Source: MGN)(Source: MGN)

    The widow of Daniel Arredondo has filed the lawsuit against Wichita Falls and the Archer Western Construction Company for the wrongful death of the River Road Waste Water treatment plant pump mechanic. Arredondo and another worker died last July following a hazmat incident at that facility. After being exposed to hydrogen sulfide while making repairs. Arredondo's widow claims her husband's death was caused by improperly maintaining equipment. The failure to train workers not monitor...

    The widow of Daniel Arredondo has filed the lawsuit against Wichita Falls and the Archer Western Construction Company for the wrongful death of the River Road Waste Water treatment plant pump mechanic. Arredondo and another worker died last July following a hazmat incident at that facility. After being exposed to hydrogen sulfide while making repairs. Arredondo's widow claims her husband's death was caused by improperly maintaining equipment. The failure to train workers not monitor...

  • VIDEO: Florida teen wakeboards down a drainage ditch pulled by galloping horse

    VIDEO: Florida teen wakeboards down a drainage ditch pulled by galloping horse

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 5:21 PM EDT2016-09-27 21:21:06 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 6:35 PM EDT2016-09-27 22:35:48 GMT

    They're just good old boys, never meaning no harm.

    They're just good old boys, never meaning no harm.

  • Overflow from Pond Creek inches closer to homes each rainfall

    Overflow from Pond Creek inches closer to homes each rainfall

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 5:56 PM EDT2016-09-27 21:56:38 GMT
    (Source: Cyndi Swedberg)(Source: Cyndi Swedberg)

    Residents along Huntington Lane in Pleasant Valley said when it rains, overflow from Pond Creek is getting closer to their homes.  

    Residents along Huntington Lane in Pleasant Valley said when it rains, overflow from Pond Creek is getting closer to their homes.  

  • Baby born with DNA from 3 people, first from new technique

    Baby born with DNA from 3 people, first from new technique

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 5:11 PM EDT2016-09-27 21:11:27 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 5:11 PM EDT2016-09-27 21:11:27 GMT

    Scientists say the first baby has been born from a new technique that combines DNA from three people.

    Scientists say the first baby has been born from a controversial new technique that combines DNA from three people - the mother, the father and an egg donor.
  • Earth's atmosphere losing oxygen at increasing rate

    Earth's atmosphere losing oxygen at increasing rate

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 1:00 PM EDT2016-09-27 17:00:40 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 4:21 PM EDT2016-09-27 20:21:28 GMT

    Earth's atmosphere is steadily losing oxygen, and the rate has increased sharply in the last 100 years.

    Earth's atmosphere is steadily losing oxygen, and the rate has increased sharply with increased burning of fossil fuels over the past 100 years.

  • North Texas woman named Special Olympics Texas Athlete of the Year

    North Texas woman named Special Olympics Texas Athlete of the Year

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 3:34 PM EDT2016-09-27 19:34:59 GMT
    Julia Kilgore (Source: Special Olympics Texas)Julia Kilgore (Source: Special Olympics Texas)
    Wichita Fall's own Julia Kilgore has been named the one of Special Olympics Texas's Female Athlete of the Year.  A press release from the organization named Kilgore winner in the 22 and older category. Kilgore has been involved with SOTX since 1998 and competes in Aquatics, Bocce, Basketball,Bowling and Track and Field.  Kilgore and the other awardees will be formally recognized at an awards ceremony on October 14 in Bryan/College Station during the 2016 Sp...
    Wichita Fall's own Julia Kilgore has been named the one of Special Olympics Texas's Female Athlete of the Year.  A press release from the organization named Kilgore winner in the 22 and older category. Kilgore has been involved with SOTX since 1998 and competes in Aquatics, Bocce, Basketball,Bowling and Track and Field.  Kilgore and the other awardees will be formally recognized at an awards ceremony on October 14 in Bryan/College Station during the 2016 Sp...
  • Tyson recalls chicken nuggets for potential plastic contamination

    Tyson recalls chicken nuggets for potential plastic contamination

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 1:55 PM EDT2016-09-27 17:55:04 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 3:31 PM EDT2016-09-27 19:31:56 GMT

    The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service said the problem was discovered after Tyson Foods received complaints of foreign material contamination of chicken nugget products.

    The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service said the problem was discovered after Tyson Foods received complaints of foreign material contamination of chicken nugget products.

  • FDNY chief dies in Bronx home explosion

    FDNY chief dies in Bronx home explosion

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 9:35 AM EDT2016-09-27 13:35:33 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 2:40 PM EDT2016-09-27 18:40:31 GMT

    Battalion Chief Michael Fahy, a 17-year member of the FDNY, was killed in a house explosion Tuesday in the Bronx.

    Battalion Chief Michael Fahy, a 17-year member of the FDNY, was killed in a house explosion Tuesday in the Bronx.

  • National Voter Registration Day

    National Voter Registration Day

    National Voter Registration Day

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 1:08 PM EDT2016-09-27 17:08:39 GMT
    (Source:KAUZ)(Source:KAUZ)

    National Voter Registration Day is September 27 and the League of Women Voters in Wichita Falls is joining in on the celebration. They're hoping to help register thousands of  voters before election day, November 8. 

    National Voter Registration Day is September 27 and the League of Women Voters in Wichita Falls is joining in on the celebration. They're hoping to help register thousands of  voters before election day, November 8. 

  • 10 Things to Know for Today

    10 Things to Know for Today

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 6:49 AM EDT2016-09-27 10:49:30 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 6:49 AM EDT2016-09-27 10:49:30 GMT

    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:

    By The Associated Press Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
  • Police Dept. dispels rumors about raised patrol car hoods in VA

    Police Dept. dispels rumors about raised patrol car hoods in VA

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 3:35 AM EDT2016-09-27 07:35:36 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 3:35 AM EDT2016-09-27 07:35:36 GMT

    Danville Police Lt. Mike Wallace said officers were told to raise their hoods when their cars are idling for long periods during a heat wave in late August.- and not to block dash cam views, as some citizens have speculated.

    Danville Police Lt. Mike Wallace said officers were told to raise their hoods when their cars are idling for long periods during a heat wave in late August.- and not to block dash cam views, as some citizens have speculated.

  • Cheers and jeers: Americans tune into Trump-Clinton debate

    Cheers and jeers: Americans tune into Trump-Clinton debate

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 1:48 AM EDT2016-09-27 05:48:30 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 1:48 AM EDT2016-09-27 05:48:30 GMT

    From senior centers to college campuses and bars featuring campaign-themed cocktails, Americans laughed, cheered and jeered through the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

    From senior centers to college campuses and bars featuring campaign-themed cocktails, Americans laughed, cheered and jeered through the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
  • MSU 2016 Presidential Debate watch party

    MSU 2016 Presidential Debate watch party

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 12:37 AM EDT2016-09-27 04:37:25 GMT

    Midwestern State University’s Political Science Department held a Presidential Debate Watch Party at the Prothro-Yager building Monday night. 

    Midwestern State University’s Political Science Department held a Presidential Debate Watch Party at the Prothro-Yager building Monday night. 

  • Clinton, Trump battle fiercely over taxes, race, terror

    Clinton, Trump battle fiercely over taxes, race, terror

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 12:28 AM EDT2016-09-27 04:28:22 GMT
    Tuesday, September 27 2016 12:28 AM EDT2016-09-27 04:28:22 GMT

    After months of tangling from afar, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will confront each other face-to-face for the first time in Monday night's presidential debate, laying out for voters their vastly different visions.

    In a combative opening debate, Hillary Clinton emphatically denounced Donald Trump Monday night for keeping his personal tax returns and business dealings secret from voters and peddling a "racist lie" about President...
  • Remembering Arnold Palmer

    Remembering Arnold Palmer

    Monday, September 26 2016 10:57 PM EDT2016-09-27 02:57:51 GMT
    Remembering "The King"Remembering "The King"

     In 1970 over 5,000 golf fans packed into Weeks Park to watch Palmer, before the 14th Annual Texas-Oklahoma Junior Golf Tournament.

     In 1970 over 5,000 golf fans packed into Weeks Park to watch Palmer, before the 14th Annual Texas-Oklahoma Junior Golf Tournament.

  • LIVE: Clinton and Trump face off in first debate

    LIVE: Clinton and Trump face off in first debate

    Monday, September 26 2016 8:53 PM EDT2016-09-27 00:53:15 GMT

    The debate will be at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY and will begin at 9 p.m. ET and will run without commercial interruption.

    The debate will be at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY and will begin at 9 p.m. ET and will run without commercial interruption.

  • Time Out: Domestic abuse awareness for athletes

    Time Out: Domestic abuse awareness for athletes

    Monday, September 26 2016 8:23 PM EDT2016-09-27 00:23:34 GMT

    Wichita Falls ISD officials are educating high school athletes about domestic and dating violence and the warning signs. Monday's Time Out program at Rider High School helps J.V. and varsity football players identify the characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships and get any help they may need.

    Wichita Falls ISD officials are educating high school athletes about domestic and dating violence and the warning signs. Monday's Time Out program at Rider High School helps J.V. and varsity football players identify the characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships and get any help they may need.

  • Hispanics around Texoma are registering to vote

    Hispanics around Texoma are registering to vote

    Monday, September 26 2016 7:30 PM EDT2016-09-26 23:30:14 GMT
    Source: KAUZSource: KAUZ

    The minority vote is something both presidential candidates are working hard for on a national level.

    The minority vote is something both presidential candidates are working hard for on a national level.

  • Two Hirschi students accused of assaulting of a classmate

    Two Hirschi students accused of assaulting of a classmate

    Monday, September 26 2016 6:49 PM EDT2016-09-26 22:49:37 GMT
    Xavier White (Source: WFPD)Xavier White (Source: WFPD)
    A Hirschi High School student is facing a sexual assault of a child charge. Wichita Falls Police said surveillance video captured at that campus shows Xavier White and another male juvenile made contact with the female victim in a hallway on September 6th. That juvenile can be seen carrying the victim down the hall along with white to a room near the auditorium out of the cameras view. In an interview the victim told officials that White and the juvenile inappropriately touched her ...
    A Hirschi High School student is facing a sexual assault of a child charge. Wichita Falls Police said surveillance video captured at that campus shows Xavier White and another male juvenile made contact with the female victim in a hallway on September 6th. That juvenile can be seen carrying the victim down the hall along with white to a room near the auditorium out of the cameras view. In an interview the victim told officials that White and the juvenile inappropriately touched her ...
  • Nearly 15 million Texans are registered to vote

    Nearly 15 million Texans are registered to vote

    Monday, September 26 2016 6:34 PM EDT2016-09-26 22:34:45 GMT
    (Source: KAUZ)(Source: KAUZ)

    "The last presidential election in 2012 we had about 13.6 million so there's definitely and increase in the number who have registered since the last presidential election," Alicia Pierce, spokeswoman for the Texas Secretary of State said.  

    "The last presidential election in 2012 we had about 13.6 million so there's definitely and increase in the number who have registered since the last presidential election," Alicia Pierce, spokeswoman for the Texas Secretary of State said.  

  • Two charged with robbery and assault

    Two charged with robbery and assault

    Monday, September 26 2016 5:42 PM EDT2016-09-26 21:42:30 GMT
    Kyreese Williams (Source: WFPD)Kyreese Williams (Source: WFPD)
    Two men are behind bars for aggravated robbery and aggravated assault charges after Wichita Falls Police said they robbed a man inside his home. The victim told Police they invited a friend over to borrow money when two men accompanied the friend. Police said that is when the men pointed a gun at the victim and demanded made off with money, cigarettes, and a phone. The victim also told officers that the men demanded that she give up her car keys. They then struck her in the head wit...
    Two men are behind bars for aggravated robbery and aggravated assault charges after Wichita Falls Police said they robbed a man inside his home. The victim told Police they invited a friend over to borrow money when two men accompanied the friend. Police said that is when the men pointed a gun at the victim and demanded made off with money, cigarettes, and a phone. The victim also told officers that the men demanded that she give up her car keys. They then struck her in the head wit...
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  • WFISD on campus security

    WFISD on campus security

    Wednesday, September 28 2016 12:12 AM EDT2016-09-28 04:12:09 GMT

    Reports of a sexual assault on a Wichita Falls Independent School District campus has some parents concerned about their child's safety. 

    Reports of a sexual assault on a Wichita Falls Independent School District campus has some parents concerned about their child's safety. 

  • Praying for Peace

    Praying for Peace

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 10:31 PM EDT2016-09-28 02:31:31 GMT
    The men will travel 40 days horsebackThe men will travel 40 days horseback

    Pastor John Riggs is preparing for a 40 day trip from Wichita Falls to Washington D.C. on horseback.

    Pastor John Riggs is preparing for a 40 day trip from Wichita Falls to Washington D.C. on horseback.

  • Businesses recovering from flooding in Wichita Falls

    Businesses recovering from flooding in Wichita Falls

    Tuesday, September 27 2016 7:59 PM EDT2016-09-27 23:59:28 GMT
    Source: KAUZSource: KAUZ

    Last weekend's flooding has caused problems for many, leaving some contemplating what is next for their business or home. Houses and businesses off Kemp were some of the hardest hit, one being Express Employment Professionals.

    Last weekend's flooding has caused problems for many, leaving some contemplating what is next for their business or home. Houses and businesses off Kemp were some of the hardest hit, one being Express Employment Professionals.

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