Monthly Archives: March 2014

Multiple Wrecks in Oklahoma This Week

Lawton, Oklahoma Wreck Sends Two to The Hospital There were multiple crashes in Southern Oklahoma this week. On Monday, two people were injured in a crash that happened in Lawton. The two-car wreck occurred on Southwest 27th Street and Lee Boulevard. According to KSWO News Channel Seven, an SUV was going west on Lee and struck a… Read More

Cyclist Attacked by Dogs on Kemp

On Monday morning, a cyclist was attacked by dogs on the 1200 block of Kemp. According to KFDX News Channel Three, two dogs attacked the cyclist at about 10:30 a.m. The dogs that attacked him were listed as a Pit Bull and a Pug mix. The victim was transported to the hospital for treatment of injuries.… Read More

Oklahoma Man Struck and Killed by Train in Atoka County

On Wednesday night, a man was struck and killed by a train in Atoka County, Oklahoma. The victim, 58-year-old James Littleton of Tushka, was hit by a Union Pacific train, while he was allegedly laying on the railroad tracks. There is no word on why Littleton was on the tracks, and this incident is likely… Read More

General Motors Recall Due to Faulty Ignition Switches

KFDX News Channel Three has recently reported on the massive automobile recall being conducted by General Motors. According to General Motors’ website, the recalled models need to have their faulty ignition switches corrected. This defective ignition switch may allow the key to unintentionally move or switch to the ‘accessory’ or ‘off’ position. If this occurs when you… Read More

Staying Safe on St. Patrick’s Day

This Saturday is Wichita Falls’ Annual St. Patrick’s Day Downtown Street Festival. Since St. Patrick’s Day is notoriously a holiday filled with celebrations and drinking, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that this is also a dangerous weekend to be on the roadways. An increase in drinking and partying also happens to mean an increase in… Read More

Fatal Crash on I-44

On Tuesday morning, at least four cars were involved in a crash on I-44 that took the life of a Wichita Falls man. At about 5:15 a.m., the first car struck a landscape bolder that was in the freeway. The wreck happened in a southbound lane of I-44 over Old Iowa Park Road. Since the… Read More

A Third of Nursing Home Patients are Harmed by Treatment

National Public Radio (NPR) recently reported on the disturbing findings of a study that found a third of nursing home patients are harmed by treatment. A report, released by the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, found that most of those cases could have been prevented. Around 60… Read More

Hit and Run Injures Disabled Wichita Falls Resident

On Monday night, a Wichita Falls man was struck by a car on the 1700 block of 7th Street. According to KFDX News Channel Three, the incident occurred around 10:30 p.m. Thomson Lee Asbury, 44 years old, was found in the street. Authorities believe that Mr. Asbury was struck by a car and run over, because he… Read More