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Past articles by Markeshia:

North Texas State Hospital hosting job fair

If you’re looking for a new job, both the Wichita Falls and Vernon North Texas State Hospital campuses are hiring. → Read More

Lone Star Muscle Cars hosts fundraiser for Artie Woods

Ahead of their 39th year fighting crime together, Artie Woods and his sidekick McGruff held a fundraiser car show. → Read More

Bike Wichita Falls hosting Circle Trail cleanup sessions

With warmer weather approaching, more folks will be out walking and biking along the Circle Trail, and that’s why the Bike Wichita Falls group is taking some time to make it shine a little brighter with some cleanups. → Read More

Child Care Partners honoring working moms

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — This Women’s History Month Child Care Partners is taking the time to honor the hard-working mothers in our community. They’re honoring mothers as a crucial part of our community and the celebration began Tuesday morning with a proclamation from the city. The organization is also taking nominations on its website and […] → Read More

City View ISD Superintendent Tony Bushong resigns

City View ISD Superintendent Tony Bushon resigns nearly a month after his arrest for failure to report child abuse, along with three administrators one of whom will serve as acting superintendent. → Read More

Celebrating Black-owned restaurants in Wichita Falls

Nothing quite says a good time like good food! Wichita Falls has no shortage of either. → Read More

Local music artists discuss Wichita Falls’ rising music scene

No matter who you are, or where you go in the world, music has the power and rhythm to bring us all together. Markeshia Jackson takes a look at the music scene in Wichita Falls and how it’s impact two artists. → Read More

Black History Month Feature: Diversity in Healthcare

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — All month long, you’ve been hearing the saying “representation matters,” and it definitely rings true in the healthcare field. “Sometimes, if they see a person like me, I’ve had Black people come in and say ‘I didn’t know we had this Black doctor’ or something like that, so I think it’s […] → Read More

City View ISD board covers windows during admin arrests discussion

The City View ISD police chief told community members and the KFDX reporter at a board meeting Monday night to leave the board room as members continued discussing the arrests of four current administrators. → Read More

No Dallas Cowboys? No problem, family celebrates Super Bowl Sunday

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Even though the beloved Dallas Cowboys weren’t playing in Super Bowl 57, it didn’t keep Texomans from enjoying the big game! We saw firsthand how one family celebrated Super Bowl Sunday! → Read More

Local Girl Scouts reflect on true meaning of scouting

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — It’s that special time of year, you know the time when we see all the little Girl Scouts ready to sell their beloved Girl Scout cookies! And, when you buy a box you’re actually supporting a much bigger cause! For sisters Cheran and Chiana Hooper, it’s a time they always look […] → Read More

TxDOT officials discuss worsening Texoma road conditions

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — It’s not often that Texoma gets winter weather, but when we do, you can count on TXDOT crews to go above and beyond to keep the roads safe. “Everybody’s on 12-hour shifts right now, they are out testing the bridges, overpasses, treating if they are seeing any ice or slush build […] → Read More

Eagle Auto Body reflects on car repair delays

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Days, weeks, even months. If you get into a fender bender that’s how long you could be waiting to get your car repaired. “We just had a Lincoln here and all we were waiting on was a headlight and I still couldn’t find one. We ended up having the old one […] → Read More

WFISD Board of Trustees continues discussion on changing school start times

Wichita Falls Independent School District officials are working hard to prepare for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year and next school year could possibly include some changes for students and their families. → Read More

‘Mama Bears’ documentary showing in Wichita Falls this weekend

If you're looking for plans this weekend how about a film? Mama Bears is a documentary that explores the struggles that the LGBTQIA+ Community faces, from a mother's point of view. → Read More

Newly elected Wichita County officials sworn in

The 30th District Courtroom was full of excitement on this first day of 2023, with family and friends supporting their loved ones as they take the oath of office step into their new roles. → Read More

New coffee shop opens in Burkburnett

Most people start their day off with a cup of coffee. But when one Burkburnett woman’s morning ritual lead to health issues, she decided to start something new. → Read More

Knic Knac’s owners reflect on devastation left behind by fire

The owners of a very popular Texoma restaurant are left figuring out their next steps after a massive fire tore through their home and business over the weekend. → Read More

Wichita Falls Ballet Theatre gearing up for The Nutcracker Production

Memorial Auditorium will be transformed into a true winter wonderland this weekend for the Wichita Falls Ballet Theatre's latest production of The Nutcracker. → Read More

New homes being built on the city’s East Side

The east side of Wichita Falls will soon see some new high-end housing popping up around the area. City councilman for District 2 Larry Nelson has spent the past year on City Council. → Read More