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About: wichita falls, texas

Sheppard Air Force Base, a U.S. Air Force base, is located in Wichita Falls. The city was originally named after falls on the Wichita River, but a flood in 1886 destroyed them. That led to a lot of confusion for the next century as visitors wanted to visit the falls of Wichita Falls that simply did not exist. To remedy the situation, the city built an artificial waterfall beside the river.

Population: 101202
Local Newspapers: Times Record News
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Midwestern State University

Zip Codes associated with wichita falls, texas: 76301 76302 76305 76306 76308 76309 76310 76311 76384
Towns/Cities near wichita falls, texas : Iowa Park Holliday Archer City Henrietta Burkburnett Electra Olney Seymour

Wichita Falls News
Two teen girls arrested for torturing kitten to death in Snapchat...

Two teenage girls in Wichita Falls, Texas, were arrested after a Snapchat video surfaced of them torturing a kitten to death and then disemboweling it In the disturbing video, one of the teenagers is seen sticking a black-and-white kitten in the head with what appears to be a large kitchen knife The same teen then slams a plastic bag on the floor and is later seen using the kitchen knife to cut the kitten open Two teenage girls in Texas were arrested after a Snapchat video surfaced of them torturing a kitten to death and then disemboweling it, police said. The girls, who are said to be 14 years old, were arrested on Wednesday and could face animal cruelty charges.

Families came together at the Zale Child Care Center Thursday.

They invited families to come out and spend time together with their children and enjoy things like Elijah the Comfort Dog, and the Wichita Falls Youth Symphony Orchestra. The local Kiwanis Club also cooked hot dogs.

Animal advocates push for change in animal cruelty laws and penalties

Some Texoma animal advocates told Newschannel 6 they are pushing for changes to animal cruelty laws and penalties on Thursday after a video of two young girls abusing a kitten in Wichita Falls went viral. "How can a normal person torture an animal?" Kimber Hopkins founder and president of Emily's Legacy , a foster based animal rescue, said.

Stormy for Some

A BAND OF RAIN/STORMS WILL MOVE IN FROM THE WEST THIS EVENING WITH GUSTY WINDS AND LOUD CLAPS OF THUNDER. THE BAND OF RAIN/STORMS COULD IMPACT LAWTON AND WICHITA FALLS AROUND 10PM.

Average gas price in WF now $2.61

The statewide average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas in Texas is now $2.70 a gallon, according to AAA Texas. Of the major metropolitan areas in Texas, drivers in El Paso are paying the most on average at $2.99 while drivers in Amarillo and San Antonio are paying the least on average at $2.60 a gallon.

Downtown leaders remain optimistic despite bond election results

Wichita Falls and Downtown Development leaders are already working to figure out how to move forward with downtown after Proposition G, which would have made improvements to the district, failed in the bond election.

WF man faces several charges following check welfare call

A Wichita Falls man is behind bars, facing several charges following a check welfare call to police early Tuesday morning. Around 5 a.m. officers were called out to the 4500 block of Kell Blvd. to check on the welfare of a person who was seen slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle.

Downtown WF remains top priority despite Prop. G fail

On May 18-20 wrestling fans from all over the world will gather in Wichita Falls for a handful of events including Wrestling Under the Stars, a banquet, and a hall of fame induction ceremony. "It's the highlight of the year in professional wrestling," Head of the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame, Johnny Mantell said.

Kids at Haynes Elementary spent Tuesday with first responders.

Kids at Haynes Elementary spent Tuesday with first responders. while the big boys and girls took the STAAR tests, pre-k and kindergartners took a field trip to the Wichita Falls Police Department's training center to see where emergency dispatchers work.

How school districts can benefit from Wind Farms

A group that's against wind farms plans on talking to Bellevue ISD school board members Tuesday night to inform them of the potential negative effects. Bellevue ISD is also scheduled to hear from consultants on chapter 313 of the Texas Tax Code, and a wind farm company.

Search continues for missing Bowie teens

According to The Bowie News, the 14-year-old boys were reported missing on Monday night after they did not make it home after school. Bowie Police said they discovered the teens had packed some bags and contacted a friend on social media before blocking access to their accounts.

Fresh 48 issued after WF car break-ins spree

Wichita Falls Police are offering a $1,000 in reward money to help to track down criminals breaking into cars. They reported 24 cars have been broken into in less than a week.

WF to spend $1.5 million on water line replacements

Lots of water lines throughout Wichita Falls are scheduled to be replaced in 2018 as part of the Water Budget Utility Improvements project. "Even though water lines are out-of-sight and out-of-mind and people tend to forget about them, they don't last forever," Schreiber said.

More Rain Expected Tuesday Afternoon

Wichita Falls landed an inch of rain with late night storms. More rain is in the forecast this afternoon and evening.

WFPD: Shooting on Lindale Dr. being investigated as murder

Officials with the Wichita Falls Police Department confirmed a deadly shooting over the weekend is now being investigated as a murder. Around 2:30 a.m. on Saturday, officers were dispatched to a home in the 4800 block of Lindale in reference to a burglary of a habitation.

Survey: E-cigarette use on rise among youth in Wichita Co.

Officials with the Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District said e-cigarette use among youth in the county is on the rise. According to local data gathered by the 2017 Youth Tobacco Survey from schools in the county, 10.1 percent of middle school students and 25.4 percent of high school students have tried an e-cigarette.

Families celebrate Mother's Day at Karat Bar and Bistro

Many restaurants and venues across Texoma were very busy Mother's Day including Karat Bar and Bistro in downtown Wichita Falls. Families showed up as soon as the building opened at 10 a.m. and all of them were eager to celebrate their mothers and wives.

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