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Baby Found Dead Inside Trailer Home in Wichita Falls

Wichita Falls Police are investigating the death of a 5month old infant on the city’s northwest side. At around 11:30 am Sunday (June 17), police and first responders were called to the Adkin’s Trailer Park off Old Iowa Park Road.KFDX reports that WFPD confirmed the death of the infant. No further d

NEWSTALK1290.COM - 2018-06-17 22:18:47

5 hurt in 3-vehicle crash

Department of Public Safety Trooper David Marcoux said an eastbound silver Ford pickup driven by Tyler Raby, 21, of Bridgeport struck a red Ford driven by Joshua Gomez, 27, of Decatur, which had slowed for traffic, from behind and forced it into the westbound lane. Gomez’ truck was then hit by a wes


DPS increases reward for wanted sex offender

A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the capture of Billy Don Urango, 26.Urango is a Texas 10 Most Wanted sex offender. He has been wanted since June 2017 after leaving his last known address in Dallas.

TEXOMASHOMEPAGE.COM - 2018-06-16 21:37:30

Blotter: Convicted felon arrested on multiple counts

Two officers were sitting in the parking lot of the Valero Gas Station in the 700 block of Fort Worth Drive on Friday night running routine license plate checks when they identified the driver of a champagne-colored Ford F-250.The driver, Eric McLemore, had a history of narcotic arrests and a violen

DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE - 2018-06-17 20:20:00

TC board weighs budget draft

The proposed budget shows projected revenue of $41.8 million, with estimated expenditures of $42 million and a deficit of $144,756 for the year.

TEXARKANA GAZETTE - 2018-06-17 00:00:00

Local musicians entertain at Bowie Library

Darlene & the Happy Tones visited the Bowie Library this week to entertain during music month during June. (courtesy photo)


Lawsuit against Denton's red-light camera program on its last breaths

A local effort to end or modify Denton's red-light camera program nears its conclusion as City Council members determine what to do with the existing 13 cameras in the city.A lawsuit originally filed in January 2016 names four area residents who felt they were unfairly ticketed by the city's red-lig


Former Wichita Falls woman in pro-choice limelight worries women’s options eroding

And Biggs also wishes her cherished daughter had never been born. The father of the child, her ex-husband, is at odds with that wish.


Clark takes reins of EDC

Clark, who was recently appointed Bridgeport EDC’s executive director by the city council, has learned a lot since then.


Indians hire Schniederjan to be the new boy’s basketball coach

His youthful energy, his experience at both big and small schools and him serving under JD Sullivan, the current boy’s basketball coach at College Station High School whom Keck has always admired, made Schniederjan the best candidate for Keck, even with no head coaching experience.


Chicken and Bread Days vendors wanted

The deadline for vendor reservations is Sept. 30. All vendor spaces are outdoor, 10 ft. x 10 ft. spaces. Vendor fees are the same as last year, with arts and crafts spaces only $20, and food vendor spaces $25. There is an additional $10 fee for electricity.


5 transported from wreck on FM 407

Five people were transported to area hospitals from a three-vehicle accident on Farm Road 407 just east of the BNSF railroad tracks near the Dollar General in New Fairview Thursday morning.A female driver of a SUV was transported with a child passenger to Wise Health System in Decatur. Two other chi


'I'll show up and embarrass the hell out of myself.' Why did this Ft. Worth man don a flag onesie at the Texas GOP Convention?

Schafer, a 31-year-old political fundraiser from Ft. Worth, got the onesie from his wife Jennie as an early Father's Day gift. Almost immediately, he was dared to wear it out in public. And not just anywhere in public, but in front of the thousands of Republicans gathering in San Antonio this week f


MCTAD budgets rise just under 5.5% for 2019

Kim Haralson, chief appraiser, presented the budgets pointing to an overall increase of 5.17 percent in the appraisal district budget and 5.45 in the collections budget.


City of Nocona moves forward with water district dissolution

Members of the Nocona City Council signed an agreement with Lauren Kalisek with Lloyd Gosselink Attorneys at Law for representation during the dissolution of the North Montague County Water Supply District Board.“The lawyer at Lloyd Gosselink left and went into business for themselves,” explained No


Portion of Mill Street closing on Friday for repair

ROAD CLOSURE – The City of Bowie Street Department will close Mill Street from Tarrant to Pecan starting at 2:30 p.m. today (Friday) until Monday morning to shoot oil on the road. Drivers should avoid this area as it is prepared for chip and seal.


Era man linked to fatal crash wanted, indicted

Christine Williams, 76, and John Woods, 72, were stuck in traffic on North Interstate Highway 35 on due to a crash earlier in the day at the 487 mile marker when their vehicle was hit, according to Staff Sgt. Mark Tackett, a spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety.


Wichita Falls' most wanted includes someone accused of endangering a child

Wichita Falls' five most wanted criminals this week include people accused of abandoning or endangering a child, possessing drugs or weapons, and tampering with evidence.Patrick Johnston


Man sentenced to state jail after leaving kids in hot car

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Back health program comes to Bowie Saturday

When your back is healthy, you hardly ever notice it. But at the first twinge of pain, you realize just how important your spine is to carrying out everyday activities. Walking, lifting, playing sports, even sitting at the dinner table may feel excruciating.