Each day before school starts, this group of students at West Foundation Elementary are hard at work preparing the morning announcements. It takes a team of students to work together and assemble the show that typically lasts a few minutes. “We have someone who does music. Someone who's lead who says good morning and stand for the moment of silence.
Day one of testimony in the trial of a man charged in one of Texoma's oldest unsolved murders wrapped up on Wednesday evening after half a dozen witnesses take the stand inside a Baylor County courtroom. A total of six witnesses testified in the capital murder trial of 53-year-old Jack Welsey Melton of Paris, Texas. He's accused of shooting 70-year-old Florence
One day after city councilors voted to extend the deadline for car washes to be off city water, even if lakes hit 20%, some car wash operators are still upset that they may cut off at all. Jim Caddotte, manager of All American Car Wash, says he feels the time frame given by city councilors is fine. But he says
Dallas nurse Amber Vinson no longer has Ebola, her family said Wednesday, one week after she was hospitalized at an Atlanta hospital with the potentially deadly virus. "We are overjoyed to announce that, as of yesterday evening, officials at Emory University Hospital and the Centers for Disease Control are no longer able to detect virus in her body," the family
Early voting is underway and in just two days, county election officials say more than 1,000 people have gone to the polls. Early voting runs through the end of the month. In Wichita Falls, you can vote at the county courthouse, Home Depot, or Sikes Senter Mall. Election day is November 4th and don't forget to bring a valid photo
Being young and healthy helped Ashoka Mukpo pull through Ebola, but he’ll be weak for months, doctors who treated him said Wednesday. Mukpo, a freelance journalist and camera operator who was on contract with NBC News when he got sick in Liberia, left the biocontainment unit at Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha after getting two blood tests a day apart
U.S. health officials say they'll step up efforts to watch for Ebola even more by requiring travelers from affected countries to be actively monitored for three weeks. The new measures, to be rolled out in six states starting Monday, Oct. 27, are aimed at catching anyone who might enter the country before they start showing symptoms. "Someone infected with Ebola
(NBC News) There's a push this year to add a different kind of Halloween decoration to the front of your house: A teal pumpkin. The Food Allergy Research and Education Group started the "Teal Pumpkin Project." The teal pumpkin on your doorstep will signal you have treats like vampire teeth and spider rings instead of candy, which may contain allergens.
A soldier guarding the National War Memorial was shot and killed Wednesday in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, and dozens of shots were fired minutes later in the halls of Parliament, witnesses and authorities said. Lawmakers barricaded themselves in their offices for safety. Authorities said that a gunman was shot and killed by security forces, and hours after the attack
(NBC News) Video recorded by two Pennsylvania delivery men shows the moment they were caught up in a horrifying crash. It started Monday when the men noticed an erratic driver on a two lane road in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. They followed the light colored SUV for a few minutes as it swerved across the double yellow line several times. Drivers in