As Texomans continue to feel the affects of the drought, city officials are shifting some funds around to make up for the loss in rain.
The soon to be Wichita Falls Regional Airport is hoping to get some extra funding to complete construction.
Construction continues at the Wichita Falls Municipal Airport, where phase one of the entry road and parking lot is scheduled to be complete in February.
Hundreds of people captured history at the Kickapoo airport Tuesday, watching a historic plane's final flight.
New W.F. Municipal Airport pay gates to provide more paying options.
You will have more options when flying out of Wichita Falls Municipal Airport.
Construction on the new terminal at Wichita Falls Municipal Airport is moving right along.
This year's Great Texas Warrant Roundup started two days ago and Wichita Falls Municipal Court officials say more people are taking steps to stay out of jail.
Passengers are seeing a construction equipment push a lot of dirt at Wichita Falls Municipal Airport.
Can history-lovers raise enough money to make sure one of only five flyable Curtiss Jenny airplanes stays right here in Wichita Falls?
Taxiway C at Wichita Falls Municipal Airport has been closed for about five months.
A project first estimated to cost about $350-thousand could cost the City much less.
City transportation officials enter an agreement with a management company that will make sure phase two of the airport renovation project stays under budget.
The end of the work week will bring a new flight schedule to Wichita Falls Municipal Airport.
Anthony Inman Construction, a local company, is in charge of phase one of the Wichita Falls Municipal Airport improvements project.
Starting November 16th, there will only be three flights in and out of Wichita Falls.
City Councilors award a bid to Anthony Inman Construction to begin the first phase of the Terminal Area Project at the Municipal Airport.
A new company will be providing airport staff.
The project will cost nearly $50-thousand, but will be almost entirely funded by FAA money.
Wichita Falls Transportation Director John Burrus says he anticipates the FAA will fund about 90 percent of phase one of the Wichita Falls Municipal Airport project.