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Past articles by Shatanya:

Local Vietnam veteran talks Montague Co. tornado recovery

MONTAGUE COUNTY (KFDX/KJTL) — As of Thursday, March 31, it’s been 10 days since three EF1 tornados hit Montague County, changing the lives of many. The two tornados around Bowie and one in the Nocona area destroyed roofs, sheds and, for some, even their houses. For one Vietnam veteran we spoke to who lives between […] → Read More

Remarkable Women: Stephanie Humberd

BURKBURNETT (KFDX/KJTL) — We all have women in our lives who go above and beyond. Whether it’s fighting fires or coaching the kids’ little league games Burkburnett native Stephanie Humberd is one Remarkable Woman. As a career firefighter, Paramedic and most importantly mother, Stephanie Humberd knows life can change in an instant. “We play games, […] → Read More

Long-time local radio personality Scotty P in yet another fight with cancer

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — It’s just one fight after another for local long-time radio disc jockey Scotty Preston. From colon cancer to his lungs, now he’s battling brain cancer. But Scotty said the fight does not stop here. “Colon cancer does not metastasize to your brain, only two percent of the time does it ever […] → Read More

Bids are in for Lawrence Road-Call Field plot, residents react

Now that the winning bid of just under a million dollars is in for that tiny piece of real estate at the corner of Lawrence Road and Call Field, the next question is what will be built there. → Read More

A life lost too soon, coach & friends honor Laci Stone

NOCONA (KFDX/KJTL) — Many communities are grieving after a van crash near Lubbock claimed the lives of nine, injuring two more. Among those killed was Texoma’s own Laci Stone, a 2021 graduate of Nocona High School. “She’d always be so happy, she would always have a smile on her face no matter what and whether […] → Read More

Remarkable Women: Kris Gossom

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Our remarkable women series continues, featuring a woman who spent 29 years as an educator. But when she retired her desire to change the lives of those around her didn’t just subside. This week’s Remarkable Women nominee is Kris Gossom, the Executive Director of Interfaith Outreach Services. “First of all she’s […] → Read More

Remarkable Women: Danneda Long

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Throughout our community, there are individuals whose sole goal is to better the lives of those around them each day. In this International Women’s Month KFDX and Texoma’s Homepage is taking the opportunity to shine a spotlight on some women whose peers believe them to be absolutely remarkable. Up first is […] → Read More

Faith Mission prepares for increase in people seeking shelter as winter weather worsens

While most of us have somewhere warm and cozy to sleep tonight, maybe even a warm cup of soup to drink, that’s not the reality for some people. → Read More

Wichita County health leaders hopeful as COVID-19 numbers continue to decline

WICHITA COUNTY (KFDX/KJTL) — The Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District is reporting one new COVID-19 related death Friday. That brings the week’s total to nine and a total of 563 since the start of the pandemic. They also reported 23 new active COVID-19 cases ending the week with a total of 128. A drastic […] → Read More

Incentives offered for WFISD subs due to staff shortage

The WFISD Board of Trustees approved substitute-incentive pay where subs who take on more days in a month get additional pay. → Read More

Falls Future 2.0: City leaders plan for an even better Wichita Falls, resident survey available

Community leaders continue in their efforts to plan for Wichita Falls' future. → Read More

Liquor store opens on east side of Wichita Falls just in time for Christmas

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Christmas Day is just hours away and one of the items on that last-minute shopping list is alcoholic beverages. While many liquor stores deal with the rush of the holiday, one new establishment, Mad Liquor, is hoping to make a name for itself. Wichita Falls resident Monroe Brooks said he is […] → Read More

Packing business wrapping perfect gifts in time for Christmas

Some of Santa’s helpers are working tirelessly to wrap the perfect gift for you to put under your Christmas tree. → Read More

MSU students’ documentaries to be broadcast on City of Wichita Falls public access channel

After working tirelessly over the last semester, Mass Communication students at Midwestern State University end the year by each producing a 15 minute documentary for their final capstone requirement. → Read More

Soups and Socks drive extends deadline

WICHITA COUNTY (KFDX/KJTL) — You now have more time to donate to the 3rd Annual Soups and Socks drive. The goal is to help feed the homeless and give them things like blankets, socks, canned goods and more. Now, there has been a change in the date. This year’s event at Faith Mission has been […] → Read More

Wichita West VFD wraps up successful arts and crafts show

The Wichita West Volunteer Firefighters wrapped up another successful craft show. → Read More

Panel discussion at MSU sheds light on food sustainability

As many continue to worry about how the holiday season will look this year because of the supply chain issues, panelists, as well as MSU Business Professor Tony Dunkerley, explained Thursday morning the importance of agribusiness in Texas. → Read More

“U Can Share Food Drive” to benefit those in need

Wichita Falls (KFDX/KJTL) — U can share, that is the message at the U Can Share Food drive is underway at United Supermarkets across the area. The food drive is in collaboration with the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank. Market Street’s Assistant Service Manager Ron Smithee said this is their opportunity to help give back […] → Read More

Gospel Culture invites community to ‘Light up the City’ in prayer

Gospel Culture is leading a month-long prayer initiative starting November first. → Read More

Bowie residents to vote in new mayor or re-elect current one as early as Monday

In Bowie, voters will decide whether they want a new mayor or to re-elect the current one. → Read More