Hundreds gather at the MPEC to prepare the Texas Ranch Roundup.
Advancement in technology has Wichita County election officials considering making big changes on how you vote for your political leaders.
Thousands packed the MPEC this weekend for one of the five annual Gun and Knife shows in Wichita Falls.
Comedian, Ron "Tater Salad" White is back in Wichita Falls, and, besides for your entertainment, he's here for a great cause.
New sports could soon be coming to the MPEC
New sports could soon be coming to the MPEC.
The 27th annual Western Swing Music Festival has music fans on their feet at the MPEC.
The 2014 National Junior Santa Gertrudis Show is taking place this week at the MPEC in Wichita Falls.
Rider, Wichita Falls High, Hirschi and Harrell Accelerated learning center host graduation this weekend.
The Texas Ranch Roundup is making its way to Wichita Falls again this year and tickets will be on sale soon.
Hundreds of kids across Texoma stepped back in time to the wild wild west today at our annual KFDX Kids Fest.
You can get in the doors to Kids Fest 2014 for just $1 per person!
The Red River Wine Festival brought many out to experience some of the best Texas wines.
Although production is doing extremely well in the southern, western and northern parts of the state, experts say here in Texoma, production is doing good and could get much better.
If you head to the MPEC this summer your view of the game or concert may be a little clearer.
The MPEC could soon have a new scoreboard.
Everyone is invited to join Mayor Glenn Barham and City Staff for the Mayor's Citywide Town Hall Forum, Thursday, March 27th beginning at 7:pm at the MPEC, 1000 5th Street, in Room 10 of the Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall.
Discover the Dinosaurs brings family fun to the MPEC
Vendors spend Friday setting up their booths for the 13th Annual KFDX Bridal Market.
Hundreds of parents picked up gifts for their children who were in the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program.