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.
Iowa Park Man Dies in Crash
An Iowa Park man was killed Friday night when his SUV was struck by a train.
Reward Offered for Suspect in Sherman Murder
The Texas DPS needs the publics help in locating a man wanted for murder.
Wichita Falls Area Child Bitten Twice By Rattlesnake [UPDATED]
A small child was bitten twice by a rattler on her own front porch Thursday night
Online Child Predator Sting Lands 10 Wichita Falls Area Men in Jail
A joint sting operation lands 10 Wichita Falls area men in jail for charges of solicitation and exploitation of minors under 18.
Texas’ Iconic Alamo Set to Undergo Extraordinary and Historically Devastating Changes
One of the most historic and sacred sites in Texas, The Alamo, is set to undergo dramatic and even destructive changes at the hands of our own GLO
Christmas in September? Looks That Way at a Wichita Falls Wal-Mart
Tank tops, Halloween candy, and Christmas trees all in the same stop!
Wichita Falls Man Caught in the Act of Sexually Assaulting a Child
A woman reported to police that she saw the sexual assault in progress
Nine People Shot Dead at Cowboys Watch Party in Plano, Texas Home [UPDATED]
Police say eight people, including the alleged gunman, are dead in Plano following a shooting spree inside a home.
Lawton Teen Shot Friday Afternoon
Lawton police are investigating a mid afternoon shooting involving three teenagers
Burkburnett Woman Sentenced to 45 Years in Horrific Abuse Case
A 25-year-old Burk woman will spend at least 22 years in prison for the horrific abuse of her stepsons
Wichita Falls Teen Assaulted, Nearly Abducted in Her Own Neighborhood
Police say a man tried to force the girl into a car near Rider High School.
New Texas Bill May Help Usher in 5G Cell Service, But Cities Stand to Lose Millions in Rev…
Texas Senate Bill 1004 became law on September 1st, but not everyone is thrilled about what it holds for municipalities