Nicholas Quallich, KSN News Wichita

Nicholas Quallich

KSN News Wichita

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Past articles by Nicholas:

Couple celebrates 75 years of marriage and a more normal Christmas

BISMARCK, N.D. (KX News) — Christmas comes and goes, and more or less seems like a repeat of the year before, except for last year and this year. Alex and Kathryn Bichler have lived through a lot of Christmas seasons and life in general. And after what came in 2020, this will literally be the […] → Read More

Jailers needed for Wichita Co. Jail

It's the position of a jailer: a position requiring dedication, patience and a willingness to learn, all requirements the Wichita County Sheriff believes can lead to a fulfilling career. → Read More

Increase in property tax rate, pay increases for city officials and resident’s thoughts on the matter

Increase in the property tax rate, pay increases for city officials and resident's thoughts on the matter → Read More

County to withhold payment to software company if requested improvements aren’t made in timely manner

Though there are some tasks that are taking longer, due to more steps, there are some processes the software is still not allowing courthouse employees to do well, if at all. But there is an option for the county if things don't improve. → Read More

UPDATE: Lockdown lifted at many state prisons

In a statement, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Public Information Manager Matt Elliott stated the fights began Saturday at the Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center in Vinita. → Read More

Shift changes approved for Wichita County Jail, helping address retention and overtime

Extending the workday to 12 hours, Duke said this will reduce over-time, plus help make sure employees get enough time away from the jail, focusing on their personal lives. → Read More

Wichita County final Odyssey payment on hold

Citing ongoing issues with Odyssey, like entering in grand jury indictments, receipts at the district clerks office among others, it was debated whether or not the funds should be given to the company until the problems are resolved. → Read More

Lawton police investigate body found in field

Lawton police are working to determine what lead up to a body being found in a field. → Read More

Two foundations give needed funds to Lake Wichita revitalization efforts

A total of $600,000 is coming from the J.S. Bridwell Foundation and the Kimbell Family Foundation. → Read More

WFPD: Vehicle burglaries on the rise

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Wichita Falls police say there’s been a recent increase in vehicle burglaries. From June 3-16, officers said there were 20, and from the 17-30, 18. But from July 1-14, there were 39 vehicle burglaries. That makes 279 for this year compared to 220 this time last year. Sergeant Harold McClure said […] → Read More

Crime Stoppers: Bank bag theft

Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a theft. → Read More

UPDATE: Two dead following Gainesville plane crash

Texomashomepage has learned of a possible fatal plane crash in Gainesville. → Read More

Olney community members remember murdered teacher

OLNEY (KFDX/KJTL) — Hundreds of family, friends and Olney residents gathered Sunday to remember a beloved teacher killed early July. People came together during this tough time to remember the legacy Manuela Allen leaves behind in the Olney community. The memorial was at 2 p.m. in the Olney High School auditorium where Allen taught German […] → Read More

W.F. City Councilor Eric West will not seek re-election

During Tuesday morning's meeting, Wichita Falls City Councilor Eric West announced he will not be seeking re-election, saying he needed to devote more time to his job at Sheppard Air Force Base and his family. → Read More

Texoma based business to be featured at White House event

NOCONA (KFDX/KJTL) A Texoma based business will be featured at a White House event Monday. Chip, with Nokona American Ballgloves told Texomashomepage they’ve been chosen to participate in the Made in America Showcase. The company, based in Nocona, was founded in 1934. We will continue to follow this story throughout the day on air and […] → Read More

Burkburnett Police, Fire, Texas Game Warden respond to reported reckless driving incident

BURKBURNETT (KFDX/KJTL) Burkburnett Police detained a man Sunday evening, after a reported reckless driving incident. According to an official on scene, the incident began around 5 p.m. Sunday. They said authorities received a call saying a man was driving recklessly near the Texoma Pipeline Burkburnett Station, possibly under the influence. At one point, he came […] → Read More

More than 10 units respond to WF grass fire

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL)— Update: Officials have released more information about a wildfire that burned about 37 acres of land Saturday afternoon. According to the Bowman Volunteer Fire Department officials, Bowman Community VFD and Wichita West VFD responded to a fire about 4 p.m. Saturday off Turkey Ranch Road. The cause of the fire is still […] → Read More

Ceremony held remembering David Gibbs VFW Post 8878 namesake

Though U.S. Marine Lance Corporal David Gibbs died in September 1967, his family still misses him. Since then, they said knowing he died in service of the nation, has provided some comfort. → Read More

WFPD Officer Timothy Putney granted another year of paid injury leave

A Wichita Falls Police officer, injured in the line of duty nearly two years ago, will a get another year paid leave of absence. → Read More

In case of damage, BBB warning Texomans of potential post-storm scams

If you experience damage to your home or property due to Monday's severe weather system, be on guard. → Read More