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Past articles by Dewey:

WFPD working wreck on Lloyd Ruby Overpass

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Wichita Falls Police are investigating and cleaning up a wreck on Lloyd Ruby Overpass. The wreck happened just before 6 p.m. past the 6th Street exit in the northbound lanes. The onramp at 8th Street was closed as police worked the scene. The freeway was not closed, but at least one […] → Read More

UPDATE: WFISD teacher charged with improper relationship with student

UPDATE: September 4, 2020 11:37 a.m. According to court documents, Wichita Falls High School Choir Director Christopher Jarvis has been charged with improper relationship between educator and student. His bond is set at $10,000. Jarvis was charged Friday and arrested by Texas Rangers. KFDX newsroom is currently in contact with WFISD to about Jarvis’ employment […] → Read More

Large police presence on scene of possible shooting

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Wichita Falls police are on the scene of a possible shooting on the 4800 block of Tradewinds Road. Police have a section of Fairway Boulevard blocked off. Our crew on the scene is reporting a large gathering of neighbors. A witness on the scene said they heard four gunshots. Texoma’s Homepage […] → Read More

UPDATE: Victim identified in Thursday night homicide

UPDATE 8:30 a.m. The victim of a shooting on Meadow Lake drive Thursday night has been identified. Jason Baum, 23, of Wichita Falls, was killed after an apparent shooting Thursday night on Meadow Lake drive and Tradewinds road. Authorities were called out to the 4600 block of Tradewinds road around 10:30 p.m. for an apparent […] → Read More

Anniversary of WFPD officer’s death approaches

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — It’s been 61 years since the death of WFPD officer Russell Scott. The anniversary of his tragic death happens to fall on Thanksgiving this year. Officer Scott was … → Read More

TxDOT officials launch Share the Road campaign

May is a week away and is also the National Motorcycle Safety Awareness month. → Read More

"Lauren's Law" passes Texas Senate

Texas Senate Bill 719, dubbed Lauren's Law, passed unanimously in the senate Tuesday. → Read More

Turkey Fest trots inside for potential weather

The 13th annual Turkey Fest over in Henrietta is making some changes due to the weather by moving inside. → Read More

Services set for one of three killed in Montague, Clay Co. wreck

Services are set for one of the three people killed in a wreck Thursday. → Read More

Troopers on scene of 2 vehicle wreck involving 50 head of cattle

Troopers are on the scene now of an accident involving a truck and tractor-trailer in Alvord. → Read More

DPS releases name of WF man killed in Monday night wreck

The Department of Public Safety released the name of a man who died in a single car accident on Highway 183 Monday. → Read More

11-year-old loses nearly year-long battle with cancer

Funeral services are set for an 11-year-old boy after his almost year-long battle with brain cancer. → Read More

Texas Governor responds to death of President George H.W. Bush

Governor of Texas Greg Abbott responded to the death of the 41st President of the United States of America Friday. → Read More

Wichita Falls woman wins makeover on The Today Show

A Wichita Falls woman received the makeover of a lifetime Thursday morning on The Today Show on NBC. → Read More

Ugly sweater pub crawl to take over downtown

It's time to dig out ugly holiday sweaters for the Rudolph's Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl on Saturday. → Read More

Services set for Bowie teen killed in crash

Services for a Bowie teen who died in a crash with an 18-wheeler last Friday have been set. → Read More

City officials discuss effort to tame mosquito problem

The city-county health district is also seeing an increase of calls for mosquito services. → Read More

Fish Fry for Special Olympics set for Friday

A Special Olympics team is inviting you to join them during a fish fry this week. → Read More

Community turns support for 'Mackenzie Strong' benefit

Friends and family gathered around an Iowa Park native Sunday afternoon as she battles chronic myeloid leukemia. → Read More

Community turns support for 'Mackenzie Strong' benefit

Friends and family gathered around an Iowa Park native Sunday afternoon as she battles chronic myeloid leukemia. → Read More