TxDOT officials say this year they could save up to $15,000 in firework clean up because people cleaned up their fireworks mess before going home on the Fourth of July.
Wichita Falls Police Department would like to remind the public about the city firework laws.
There are a few things the Wichita Falls Police Department wants you to know about fireworks this holiday.
The night of July 4th is always full of the booms and whistles of fireworks.
If you're planning on setting off fireworks on your own, there's a few things you might want to know first.
We celebrate on Independence on July 4, but for the very same people who protect our freedom, it can be a difficult day to dealwith.
If you would like to celebrate Independence Day with your own fireworks, you can do so legally at a few locations.
Texoma fireworks shop owners say sales are booming this holiday season and they are crediting the rain.
The latest fireworks safety poll reveals that people are three times more likely to wear eye protection while cleaning and repairing their homes than they are while handling fireworks.
Fireworks stands can now open and sell their products through July 4 in Texas, and this means it's time to stock up and get ready to celebrate America's independence!
With the Fourth of July right around the corner, Wichita County commissioners want to advise you to be safe while setting off fireworks.
In commissioners court on Monday, Wichita County commissioners decided against fireworks restrictions for this holiday season.
The discovery of a possible pipe bomb in an underground cellar forces the evacuation of an Olney neighborhood Tuesday night.
The Wichita County Humane Society says fireworks scare pets away from their homes every year.
Normally the day after the Fourth of July means a mess from fireworks, but this year things are looking pretty clean.
If you're planning to shoot your own fireworks tonight, there are several places in the area where you can do so safely.
You can celebrate Independence Day with a bang all across Texoma.
The rain isn't stopping Sheppard Air Force Base officials from gearing up for tomorrow's Fourth of July celebration.
For one small central Texas town this Independence Day is mourning the loss of one of their own after a trailer loaded with fireworks exploded this morning, killing one person and injuring four others setting up for a Fourth of July show.
There are some places near Wichita Falls where you can go to shoot off your fireworks.