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Past articles by Barry:

Another Candidate Files for City Council Election

The Wichita Falls City election in November is starting to take shape with another city councilor filing for re-election. → Read More

Wichita Falls Man Charged with Stalking has Bond Reduced

A Wichita Falls man charged with stalking and harassing a woman for weeks has been granted a bond reduction. → Read More

House and Senate Education Funding Ideas Vastly Different

In Austin, lawmakers met today to hear from the public on the public school finance system. → Read More

Legislators Seek to Ban "Lunch Shaming"

Lunch shaming is when schools publicly embarrass students who can't afford lunch or don't have lunch money or run out of money in their lunch accounts by providing different meal or making them wear wristbands or do extra chores. → Read More

Police Investigating Motorclycle Accident on Central Freeway

Wichita Falls police are on the scene of a motorcycle accident on the Central Freeway. It happened around 4:15 this afternoon. → Read More

Woman Who Used Vehicle as a Weapon Against Two Kids Pleads Guilty

A Wichita Falls woman agrees to accept a plea offer and plead guilty in a case of apparent road rage where she used her car as a weapon against two kids on bikes. → Read More

811 "Call Before You Dig" Day is Today!

811 is the phone number you call before digging to protect yourself and others from unintentionally hitting underground utility lines. → Read More

Murder Suspect Still Without an Attorney for Upcoming Trial

The on-going attorney status for a murder suspect Justin Love continues with a motion by his former attorney to get back on the case. → Read More

Dallas 6th Grader Invents Device to Protect Children Left in Hot Cars

Texas leads the nation in number of deaths involving children left in hot vehicles. Medical experts say after you shut your car off and then you close the door and go inside to work or wherever that 80 percent of the total temperature increase inside happens in the first ten minutes. → Read More

WFISD Offers Free or Reduced Lunches for Qualifying Students

Paying for everything children need for school can be difficult, especially for those who are struggling financially. The free and reduced breakfast and lunch program is available to help cover some of those costs. → Read More

Pet Questions with Dr. Spears 8-11-2017

Get your pet questions answered as Dr. Spears take questions live on the air. You can cover any topic that will you with your cat, dog, bird, guinea pig or most other pets. → Read More

Head-On Collision in Graham Kills One

An apparent head-on collision in Graham this morning claimed one life. Graham police say they responded to a collision between two pickups in the 1000 block of Highway 16 South shortly after 8:00. → Read More

NFL Suspends Cowboy's RB Ezekial Elliot for Six Games

After an NFL investigation into domestic violence allegations, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was suspended for six games. → Read More

Head to Vernon Tonight and Tomorrow for Summers Last Blast!

If you're looking for something to do to entertain the family this weekend head to Vernon for one last blast this summer! → Read More

Police Investigating Body Found in Truck Off Scott Street

Wichita Falls police are investigating a fatal accident off Old Iowa Park Road this morning. → Read More

Woman Who Died After Falling from a Moving Vehicle is Identified

Wichita County deputies have identified the woman who died after falling from a moving vehicle in Burkburnett. → Read More

Consumer Reports: Picking a Printer

Looking to buy a printer before your kid heads back to class? You may be tempted to buy an inexpensive printer, but once you factor in the cost of replacement ink, you may not be getting such bargain. → Read More

Volunteers Prepare Backpacks for Project Back to School Roundup!

Hundreds of volunteers were busy today as final preparations are underway for this Saturday's Project Back to School Roundup. → Read More

WFISD Fan Fest is Tonight at 7:30!

The free community wide pep rally showcases all the high school varsity volleyball, cross country, football players, dance teams, cheerleaders and marching bands. → Read More

Farmers Market Accepting Senior and WIC Vouchers

Qualifying seniors and WIC recipients can receive a free $20 gift booklet good to use at any Farmers Market location. → Read More