Back in May of 2013, Holliday ISD approved a 15 million dollar bond to transform it's middle and high school facilities.
Residents along McNiel Avenue know the nearly $6 million drainage project is needed, but one resident says the construction is causing more than just frustration.
Construction on the soon to be Wichita Falls Regional Airport is in the middle of the third and final phase now.
Power is back on at a historic building in Downtown Wichita Falls and the once quiet and deserted building will be full of construction workers and equipment.
Construction worker on fifth floor of burning building in Houston is pulled to safety, seconds before the building's roof collapses.
About 200 people met at Wichita Falls Regional Airport this morning to mark a special occasion.
Work continues on the original Zales building in Downtown Wichita Falls.
Construction on the new terminal at Wichita Falls Municipal Airport is moving right along.
You may want to allow yourself some extra time for your commute this morning.
Call Field Rd. is down to one lane for the next two weeks.
Beginning Monday, January 21st, the westbound lane of Call Field Road between Kemp and Rhea road will be down to one lane.
Your drive down Wichita Falls roads might become a little smoother as cracks in some city streets will soon be filled.
Lane Closures On Kemp
A Wichita Falls street rehab project along a busy downtown street is getting a bumpy reception.
The city had a contractor repaved a portion of Scott Avenue and install valley gutters to improve drainage.
But as Mechell Dixon found out, the overall project is shaking up drivers and hurting businesses.
Attention all Wichita Falls commuters, if your drive takes you past the
intersection of Call Field and Rhea Road you might want to give
yourself a few extra minutes starting Monday.
It's been almost a year since wildfires burned over 120,000 acres around Possum Kingdom, destroyed 167 homes, and several churches.However, members of the Cedar Springs United Methodist Church near Strawn are committed to their future.
Several WFISD students are receiving both state and national recognition in their extra curricular activities.
With the creation of a Beautification Committee, residents in the small town of Throckmorton are starting to see big improvements.
When times are tough, sometimes people aren't sure where to turn to take care of basic needs like food. A church in Holliday, however, is dedicated to being there for families during the hard times.
A major upgrade in health care for Electra will benefit the entire community in more ways than one.