Hospice of Wichita Falls reached their goal of 200-thousand dollars!
Skip McBride rides off into the sunset, following a big sendoff at his retirement reception that brought together his past and present friends.
Skip gives his last forecast during the 6 pm newscast on November 20th, 2014.
As many of you probably know, Skip McBride started here at Channel 3 almost 32- years ago.
Skip McBride receives the U.S. Flag which was flown over the U.S. Capitol on September 11, 2014 from U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry.
Texas State Representative James Frank stopped by the KFDX studios to honor Skip and his career.
It is officially Skip McBride Week in Wichita Falls.
Judge Woody Gossom presents Skip McBride with a Wichita County proclamation.
In only one week, We'll be helping Skip celebrate his 2nd retirement after his first retirement from the Air Force years ago.
Skip McBride got a chance to chat with Al Roker during his attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the Longest Uninterrupted Live Weather Report Broadcast.
As you have probably heard, Skip's just two weeks away now from retirement after 32- years of keeping all of Texoma informed about the weather. But, before that happens, we just had to try and tag along on a Skip McBride fishing trip, as we continue our tour of Texoma.
On Monday evening, long time Chief Meteorologist Skip McBride introduces KFDX's new Chief.
After 31 years at the helm, Chief Meteorologist, Skip McBride says he wants to spend more time with his family and continue to spoil the grandkids!
Happy birthday Skip McBride!
Today we celebrate Skip McBride's 30th Anniversary at KFDX!