Mike Hendren is a native of Wichita Falls, Texas. He's done many different things for money over the years (most of them legal) but has spent the last 15 years on News Talk 1290, right here in his own home town. Mike serves as the station brand manager and is currently the producer and host of 'Wake Up Call' every weekday morning from 6 am to 8 am CST.
How Will You Vote for Each Wichita Falls Bond Proposition? [POLL]
Check out this brief summary of the bonds and take our poll.
Body found in Wichita County Identified
The decomposed body of a man found earlier this month has been identified.
Improving the Quality of Life in Wichita Falls to Attract More People – The Voice of Wichi…
On the 3rd episode of The Voice of Wichita Falls, Henry and Mike discuss improving the quality of life in Wichita Falls and how to draw more tourism to the city. The seven Wichita Falls bond propositions will be on the May 5th ballot.
Suspicious Packages Turn Up at D.C. Military Installations
Suspicious packages turn up at military locations in and around Washington, D.C.
House Fire in Lawton Turns Deadly
Two people have died after an explosion and fire in Lawton
A Turkey of a Burglar Hits Home
Police in Maine baffled by a brazen break-in
Once Derelict Manufacturing Plant in Wichita Falls Given New Life
Former Stanley Tool facility is ready for new occupants
Handcuffed Man Escapes Wichita County Patrol Car, But Not For Long
A 21-year-old man escaped custody Tuesday evening in Wichita Falls
Traffic Stop Leads to Meth Bust in Wichita Falls
A 45-year-old man was charged with manufacture and delivery of methemphetamine.
Bond Propositions Are Essential For Wichita Falls Growth – The Voice of Wichita Falls
Two of the bond proposals include new downtown streetscapes and a new municipal complex near the MPEC.
Dairy Queen Restaurants Offering Free Cones First Day of Spring
Get ready for a sweet treat this coming Tuesday, March 20
Student ‘Protesters’ Trash Chicago Store [Video]
A group of up to 60 students are being investigated after they vandalized a Chicago Wal-Mart