In three months, the federal government's new fiscal year will begin and with it mandatory cuts called the sequester.
And those cuts could impact hundreds of Wichita Falls seniors in the local Meals on Wheels program."
Mechell Dixon joins us now with more on this story.
Any idea how much could be cut from the program.
The sequester may soon impact small businesses around military bases.
First signs of spending cuts are being seen.
The sequester, another name for federal spending cuts, is set to take effect at midnight.
Eighty-five billion dollars will be slashed from the defense and domestic spending.
It means U.S. military installations, just like Sheppard Air Force Base, will have to make adjustments.
Mechell Dixon was on base this afternoon and has more on the impact.
Local Non-profits weigh in on the impacts of the sequester.
Latest reports offer no clear picture on future of U.S. economy.
The dreaded "sequester" cuts will kick in after Congress and the White House fail to come up with a new budget deal.
Sequester cuts set to take effect.
Massive spending cuts set to take effect tomorrow.
After weeks of argument over the sequester, bipartisan congressional leaders will meet with the president at the White House on Friday.
As sequestration seems like more of a reality, government agencies and workers brace for the impact of the massive cuts.
The sequestration clock continues to tick, with the automatic cuts now just four days away.
Mandatory spending cuts could result in major roadblocks for travelers.
With massive cuts from the sequestration process looming, effects are already being felt in military communities around the nation.
Congress has just over a week to come up with a deficit reduction deal or those cuts affecting the pentagon take effect.
Congressman Mac Thornberry talks to Texomans about the effects of sequestration in our local community and at Sheppard Air Force Base at the Courtyard Marriott while sequester deadline looms.
As sequestration cuts draw near, 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry says he's happy to be chosen to serve on three House of Representative Committees that deal with protecting the US.
If Congress can't come to an agreement to cut the federal deficit by the end of the year, not only could it mean higher taxes for all Americans, but it could also mean billions of dollars in cuts of federal funds, including in education.