Relatives of some of the people gunned down at a historic black church in Charleston faced the accused shooter in an emotionally wrenching court hearing Friday — and told him they forgive him.
Under the $59.5 million school bond, the bond payoff will be 20 years.
Turnout for this election was much lower than it was for the last major WFISD bond issue last May.
After the $125 million WFISD school bond failed by a landslide last year. This year's $59.5 million school bond passed with over 59%.
A Wichita Falls man who bonded out of jail earlier in the day is arrested again hours later, accused of punching his girlfriend in the face.
Talks continue on the upcoming Wichita Falls ISD bond election.
An Electra man who's charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child was due in 89th District Court for a routine hearing Thursday. Instead, he ended up in jail.
Electra School Board members have approved a location for a new High School.
After a failed bond last spring, WFISD is ready to give it another try, on a scaled down plan.
After passing by a narrow margin earlier this month, the Archer City Independent School District improvement bond vote was put to a recount on Wednesday.
After their school bond proposal passed earlier this month, Electra ISD leaders are taking the first steps in putting that plan into action.
Now that the WFISD school bond has failed, the chamber of commerce is speaking out.
One day after the WFISD school bond failed to pass both sides are saying it's time to move forward with developing a new plan.
Final results have been calculated for the WFISD bond election.
Voters in Wichita Falls have spoken and decided they did not want WFISD to implement that $125 million bond.
Although there were few people out at the polls in Wichita Falls this afternoon thousands of people made their opinion known by voting early.
WFISD students are back to the books after a week off for spring break. But, there's been no rest for a group working to educate the community about the WFISD bond proposal.
A 49-year-old Altus man who was being held without bond for the 2001 murder of his wife had a bond set Tuesday, on the condition that if posted, he live with his mother.
Robert Alvarado is charged with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.
Two women charged in connection with an old Clay County murder have now bonded out of jail, after their bonds were reduced this morning.