Press Release_The City of Wichita Falls has received documents from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Division of Emergency Management of the State of Texas for the award of the grant to purchase and remove properties that had more than 50% damage from the July 2007 flood.
38 structures are identified. The total project amount is $741,866.88, of which 25% or $185,446.72 will come from the City's General Fund. The following will be factors in the implementation of the program:
Appraisal work will begin in the fall and offers will be made as information becomes available. Demolition should begin early in 2009.
Donald Trump Jr. is scheduled to appear July 26 before the Senate Judiciary Committee along with former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, according to a witness list released by the panel Wednesday.
Two Trump advisers acknowledged that the president's public comments largely reflected what they have heard him say about Sessions privately.
Facebook is launching a news subscription product to help publishers make money from the articles people share and read on its platform.
Republican senators are hunkering down for a last-ditch attempt to prevent their own divisions from pushing their health care bill to oblivion.
After serving students and the community for 15 years, the Comanche Nation College is closing on July 31st due to a lack of funding from the tribe.