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The Trump and Biden administrations' efforts to seize newspaper records are troubling. Justice Department should err in favor of observing the First Amendment. [Read More]
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Health district reports 16 COVID-19 cases and no deaths for the week ending June 11. [Read More]
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New Jerusalem Baptist Church helps seniors a program to beat the heat. [Read More]
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With a potentially great wheat crop waiting for the gleaners, heavy rains in late May threatened the harvest. [Read More]
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Wichita County Sheriff David Duke said it's common for drugs to be found on inmates... [Read More]
Cars were lined up down the street and around the corner at the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank emergency distribution Thursday. They gave out 66,701... [Read More]
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The Wichita Falls Area Food Bank gave out 66,701 pounds of food Thursday during their emergency event. [Read More]
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A unique new store has opened in downtown Wichita Falls. [Read More]
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Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott stole the spotlight with his promise to build a border wall. Will Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey be next? [Read More]
The City of Wichita Falls and its health district warn the water can present health hazards. [Read More]
Wichita Falls Police officers went to an address in the 500 block of Lee Street to arrest someone they knew had warrants out of Kaufman... [Read More]
The Oklahoma City bombing killed 168 people, including 19 children, making it the most deadly domestic assault in U.S. history. [Read More]
Science deniers continue to mislead, fueling suspicions, imperiling lives. They are judging or ostracizing people who want a vaccine, creating fear. [Read More]
The last day of school is something to celebrate. My grandson, Henry, just finished third grade. [Read More]
Reporters found dealers that sold weapons to convicted felons and domestic abusers, lied to investigators and falsified records to hide their actions. [Read More]
The law bans abortions in Texas at approximately six weeks gestation before most people know they are pregnant, with no exceptions for rape or incest. [Read More]
A man arrested for murder and wanted by law enforcement after he reportedly cutting off his GPS ankle monitor is back in Wichita County custody. [Read More]
A BBC report on the name of Harry and Meghan's new baby caused them to issue a statement saying they asked the queen in advance... [Read More]
Man arrested for assaulting his sister and nephew. [Read More]
A new analysis of traffic stops in Texas finds that Latinos are searched by police the most, but searches of white people turn up the... [Read More]
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