A Wichita Falls woman who is undergoing treatment at the Texas Oncology Cancer Center wanted to say thanks this thanksgiving week to three special ladies.
Lloydean and Chuck Thompson say they want to bring Thanksgiving to those who aren't able to spend the holiday with their families.
If you still haven’t bought all the things you need for your Thanksgiving feast, brace yourself.
CareTeam, Cub Scout Pack 105, and Specialty Nurses teamed up to hand deliver Thanksgiving meals to area residents.
On Sunday, the Evangel Temple in Wichita Falls hosted its' annual Turkey Day, giving nearly 300 turkeys away to families in need.
Colonial Church hosted its annual turkey meal giveaway event on Saturday, and this year they gave away almost double compared to last year's event.
If you've spent any money at Denim and Diamonds in Wichita Falls this month, you helped feed area families in need.
Market Street in Wichita Falls hosted its' annual Entertaining Made Easy expo this weekend to prepare people for the holidays.
Increased shoppers for Thanksgiving groceries made the concept of "grab and go" virtually impossible at Market Street.
What's the best recipe for Thanksgiving turkey? Some area kids say they know the answer.
Specialty Nurses Home Healthcare nurses wanted to make sure all their patients have something to be thankful for this holiday.
Will weather keep the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade balloons grounded?
Final Thanksgiving preparations are underway in kitchens across the U.S.; travelers battle wintry weather to get to their seat at the table.
Another organization is hoping you'll lace up your running shoes to help the food bank replenish their supply.
Surveys find most shoppers aren't in favor of retailers opening on Thanksgiving Day.
Thanksgiving travel and wintry weather are on a collision course this year.
The Wichita Falls city offices are closed Thursday and Friday this week for Thanksgiving and that means your trash schedule is changing.
Dozens of seniors received hot Thanksgiving style meals Saturday, delivered straight to their door.
One of the busiest shopping days of the year is coming up, but savvy shoppers won't be at the mall.
With Halloween less than two weeks away and Thanksgiving coming up next month, it's time to go out there and get that pumpkin.