Texomans participatted in a benefit on Sunday to help raise money for a young woman who was recently diagnosed with colon cancer.
This weekend there are two ways you can help a Wichita Falls mother as she battles cancer.
A Wichita Falls restaurant helped take part in raising money for a Texoma woman who was recently diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer.
The four person golf scramble tees off at 10:30 a.m. Saturday morning at the Olney Country Club.
This first-ever Wichita County-Charity Dove Hunt Raises money for senior citizens in Wichita County.
Family and Friends of Cassie Adams, who is battling Lymphoma cancer, hosted a benefit in her honor on Saturday.
Archer City's chief of police, Joe Burton, has been battling stage 4 colon cancer for the past two years. A benefit in his honor today was put together in order to raise funds to send him to MD Anderson in Houston for treatment.
Former City View High School student has been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and c-diff and needs help to pay the medical bills.
Family and friends of Andrea Garcia, who is battling breast cancer, banded together today to host a benefit to raise money for her medical bills.
The Scotland Volunteer Fire Department hosted a benefit today at Texas Nite Life to raise money for Chief Campbell who is battling cancer.
Dozens of boxes of food stolen last week from the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank has caused the giving spirit of the holiday season to kick into high gear among some Texomans.
The inaugural Jared Macias Ranch Bronc Riding Memorial is Saturday at the Wichita County Mounted Patrol Arena off FM 369.
You can attend a catfish benefit that's helping reel in donations for Carol Fowler.
An event is planned this weekend to roll in money for an Iowa Park teen who is battling brain cancer.
You can help rock in funds for the MDA.
You can dine on a Texas favorite at the 15th annual Chili Supper which benefits the Jolly Fire Department.
It might not have been the most comfortable situation, but our own Gwyn Bevel took on the hot seat this evening for a good cause, and a lot of laughs.
A local band plays a benefit show Sunday night, in memory of Jean Davidson, a Wichita Falls woman who lost her battle with colon cancer almost four months ago.
A Wichita Falls baby who is less than two months old is recovering from a heart transplant.
Before she was born, doctors found that the baby had Dilated Cardiomyopathy -- meaning the heart is weak and enlarged, and cannot pump blood efficiently.