The proposed Wichita Falls smoking ordinance goes to the city council for a vote Tuesday, and more changes have been made in an effort to find an ordinance that will satisfy both sides.
Discussion got heated at Tuesday's city council meeting in Wichita Falls as people for and against a proposed smoking ban voiced their opinion.
The public weighs in at Tuesday's City Council Meeting for & against the proposed smoking ordinance.
While Wichita Falls officials are busy re-testing the water from the emergency water reuse project they're also making progress on building the permanent project.
A Company from Windthorst could be moving it's headquarters to Wichita Falls.
After decades of serving Wichita Falls and 4 years on city council one member is stepping down from her position.
Phase three construction of the Wichita Falls Regional Airport could soon get underway.
Wichita Falls city councilors know every drop counts, and have set the stage 5 water restrictions.
Castaway Cove will open this summer with the help of well water.
City councilors are also hoping to bring down the euthanasia rate in Wichita Falls.
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.
Wichita Falls city councilors will vote on a resolution of support for a new 49-unit apartment complex proposed for vacant land at Fairway and Johnson Road.
After months of research the Lake Wichita study committee has put together a plan to enhance the lake. They are pitching their plan at next Tuesday's city council meeting.
Tobacco education could soon be coming to Wichita Falls through the health department.
The way you discuss issues at city council meetings is now changing.
After the budget public hearing last week Mayor Glenn Barham decided that the open forums needed to be more structured.
Wichita Falls City Councilors this morning approved an incentive package of almost one million dollars in hopes a company will bring at least 64 new jobs to the city.
Wichita Falls isn't expected to go into stage 4 water restrictions for a couple of months, but one stage 4 restriction could come sooner than that. City leaders say they will discuss ending one day a week sprinkler irrigation before stage 4 is even declared.
Wichita Falls, TX. - Residents of Wichita Falls now know what to expect if we go to stage 4 drought restrictions this summer.
The restrictions approved by city councilors Tuesday do not go into effect until the lakes hit 30 percent capacity.
Katherine smith's family has owned Smith's Gardentown Nursery for 64 years, they recently closed their doors because of city water restrictions.
"Where's the leadership? Our plan seems to be to pray for rain," says Smith.