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There are only five more days until Christmas, and while you're out getting that last minute shopping done, Wichita Falls police officers want to make sure you stay safe.
WFPD's 12 days of a safe Christmas continues today and officers want to remind you it's unsafe to leave items and wrapped presents visible in your car.
Lawton police want to help educate the public during this holiday season about the dangers of drinking and driving and texting and driving.
Christmas is just 8 days away and Wichita Falls Police want to make sure you and yours stay safe through the holiday.
Survey finds falling televisions injure a child every 45 minutes.
WFPD officers want to remind you that shopping at night is dangerous, and that's tip four during our 12 days of a safe Christmas.
In the spirit of the season, Wichita Falls police officers want to make sure you and your loved ones stay safe.