Park officials say it's been a while since Lake Arrowhead has seen crowds of people enjoying lake front activities, but for one Texoma family, the drought didn't stop them from hitting the waves. "It's great because it's something for the kids to do, to get outside and play and be kids," Martha Talley from Windthorst says. Martha and her
Many in Wichita Falls who had to work on Labor Day enjoyed a nice lunch break thanks to Olive Garden. This is the 13th year that Olive Garden has hosted it's Hospitaliano event. They send a crew to all of the fire departments, the police station and the emergency room in Wichita Falls. Restaurant organizers say they enjoy being able
Wichita Falls residents could soon be paying more in property taxes. At Tuesday's city council meeting councilors will host a public hearing to get residents' opinions on the possible increase. The current tax rate is 63- cents per hundred dollars but Mayor Glenn Barham says a possible 2 cent raise is being discussed. The mayor says the possible increase comes
Dozens of people in Wichita Falls enjoyed the bells ring all Sunday afternoon at Midwestern State University. Visitors were invited to grab a chair and relax on the lawn of the Hardin Administration Building to enjoy a special performance on Sunday. James Quashnock plays MSU's 37-bell Redwine Carillon weekly. He was awarded the Associate Carillonneur Certification from the Guild of
Parents, Wichita Falls will soon have a new adventurous troop that your boys can be a part of. It's called Trail Life USA and it's a Christian organization that is geared towards boys kindergarten through 12th grade. It focuses on outdoor activities like camping and hiking, all with an emphasis on Christ and the Bible, and will include weekly meetings.
(KSL) Farmers in southern Utah are scratching their heads and trying to figure out what caused an unusual phenomenon in an irrigation pond. Earlier this week, Gary Dalton of Circleville discovered a mysterious crater that suddenly appeared under the water. "The sun was just right," Dalton said, "so, I saw this blasted thing that no one had ever seen." He
(NECN) Authorities have confirmed the Massachusetts Air National Guard pilot flying a military jet to New Orleans was killed in Wednesday's crash in the remote mountains near Deerfield Valley, Virginia. The investigation into the crash is ongoing, officials said, and it may be several weeks before more information is released. Search and rescue teams were able to make it to
(KING) A car crashed into a Seattle, Washington hair salon Thursday afternoon, injuring seven people and severely damaging the building. Police say they don't know why the woman driving the SUV lost control. The SUV crashed through the Carol Cobb Salon and into an adjoining restaurant. It plowed through tables and chairs. The vehicle missed most of the customers but
(WWBT) Imagine opening up a bill and seeing a near-six digit number. Charnise Jones of Chesterfield, Virginia saw a $91,076.70 figure on her Dominion Virginia Power bill, listed under "current charges." It's an enormous amount of energy for one modest home to burn. Dominion only sought to charge Jones $1,200 of the $91,000. Still, she was taken aback by the
(NBC News) As taxed as air conditioners were this summer, running up electric bills across the country, there's something else Americans now need to pay attention to year-round if they're interested in cutting energy costs. Consumer experts say there's still more to do to reduce what's called "vampire energy", wasted energy when something's left on even when not in use.