A month after a fire reduced a Wichita Falls couple's home to ashes, they're still trying to wrap their heads around all they've been through the past several weeks and where to go from here.
A fire broke out in a home in the 1600 block of Dayton late Saturday night.
Fire crews respond to a two alarm fire at a Wichita Falls building Thursday morning.
Fire officials from across the state, including from Wichita Falls, paid tribute to a Dallas Fire Fighter killed last Monday.
A Wichita Falls family lost their home in a Friday night fire.
Folks trying to keep warm cause a fire inside a Wichita Falls home.
A 3-alarm fire breaks out in a Wichita Falls motel early this morning.
Fire officials are investigating what caused a 2-alarm fire at a Wichita Falls apartment complex Monday night.
A city department encouraging others to care enough to wear pink says they broke a record during their breast cancer campaign.
A fire breaks out at a home early Friday morning on Polk street
Fire at The Woodlands destroys 12 apartments.
The Fourth of July may be over but not the work of emergency officials.
Although it is illegal to discharge or even possess fireworks in the city of Wichita Falls that did not stop some residents from doing that yesterday.
But as Mechell Dixon found out, if history is an indicator it could be a busy weekend for first responders.
Regardless of whether some fireworks may be banned this summer, the downtown fireworks display and celebration is returning this July 4th.
The Fill the Boot campaign continues through Saturday.
Wichita Falls Fire Department respond to a morning fire Sunday.
Fighting fires is no easy task and that job becomes even more challenging as we get closer to stage 4 water restrictions.
Wichita Falls fire fighters will get the word tonight on a program to help homeowners protect their property from wildfires.
Wichita Falls Fire Department makes changes to Fire Academy to accommodate Drought Restrictions.
Wichita Falls Firefighters team up to honor their brother Kelly Crush and bring in funds for the MDA.
Area fire fighters are thankful for gloomy skies and forecast of rain this Friday.
In Wichita Falls fire crews are currently building a weapon to add to their fire fighting arsenal.
It's a big truck officials expect will make a big difference at extinguishing flames quickly.
Mechell Dixon spoke with fire crews to get the scoop on this truck.
She joins us now with more.