A look at the top stories from the week.
A new initiative started at Sheppard Air Force Base this weekend, with the goal to help those affected by sexual assault.
The hosts of Oktoberfest presented Faith Mission officials with a check Thursday.
Almost thirty local kids have new shoes thanks to Shoe Carnival and Sheppard's 361st training squadron.
The investigation into the crash of a Sheppard air force T38 in July is complete.
Hundreds of Sheppard airmen, who didn't go home for Thanksgiving still got a turkey meal Thursday.
It could be a recipe for disaster to spend Thanksgiving day with folks you've just met.
Air Force officials say they've found more remains belonging to Major Troy Gilbert.
A Sheppard airman pleaded guilty Monday to charges involving sexual activity with a child and is awaiting his punishment from the military judge.
There are hundreds of men and women who can't go home for Thanksgiving at Sheppard Air Force Base, but through a program called Operation Thanksgiving, they're able to experience new friends and good food.
Folks at Sheppard Air Force Base hope you can make room at your Thanksgiving table for those airmen who can't go home for the holiday.
The government shutdown continues, but hundreds of Texomans at Sheppard and Altus Air Force Bases and Fort Sill Army Post are back to work today after a reversal of opinion about whether they are essential.
Department of Army and Department of Air Force civilian workers who were furloughed because of the government shutdown are expected back at work Monday morning.
Some local elementary kids are now guaranteed some after school meals after volunteers worked at the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank Saturday.
Furloughed workers at Sheppard Air Force Base Getting Help from United Supermarket Stores.
More than 600 civilian workers at Sheppard Air Force Base have been furloughed.
About 57% of Sheppard's workforce are furloughed starting Tuesday morning because of the government shutdown.
Sheppard Air Force Base is committed to inspire and train airmen, but officials say that would be more difficult if the government shut down.
As Air Force officials continue investigating the July 19th crash of a Sheppard Air Force jet a Wichita County Sheriff's lieutenant, injured at the crash site, continues recovering.
A flight student at Sheppard Air Force Base faced what some would say were tremendous obstacles and odds in his dream to become a pilot.