2015 was a big year for Wichita Falls. From doughnut parties to weather coverage and more, there were a lot of stories you shared from 929NIN.com.
Here's the top 10 most viewed stories of the year on our website
After teaming up with the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce and making a couple of videos, Wichita Falls was picked for Krispy Kreme Doughnuts birthday party
Ken was naming off a few Texoma areas affected by the storms when he had a hilarious slip of the tongue calling Seymour semen. He quickly corrected himself, but the damage was done - and recorded for posterity.
We've all seen the news articles about the Ashley Madison leak. We've seen the names of celebrities who had accounts on the site. The question we are all really wanting to know is, who do we know who was trying to have an affair?
While most people at Sikes Senter Mall in Wichita Falls were there for some Christmas shopping, a whole group of dancers had something else in mind.
An incredibly inspirational blog post that everyone needs to read - women and men.
This was actually #1 in 2014 and still popular this year.
It was 36 years ago that one of the most destructive storms in United States history swept through our listening area. The event would put Wichita Falls in the national news and history books, while almost taking it off of the map.
Rising Flood waters in the Tanglewood addtion, Scotland Park, and areas of the city’s east side and around and near MPEC forced many residents to leave their homes and businesses.
A sweet moment in an otherwise tense and unfortunate situation was captured when a Wichita Falls Police officer comforted a child while the parents were being arrested.
When enough was enough, a frustrated professor at Texas A&M Galveston sent a lengthy email to his entire class explaining why everyone would get a failing grade.
With the continuing popularity of the Christmas craze ‘The Elf on the Shelf‘, it was only a matter of time before some bad elves ended up in some pretty inappropriate and compromising positions.
This was #4 on the 2014 list and continued it's popularity throughout 2015.