HHH: Host Homes

The Hotter ‘N Hell Hundred race is just three days away, and the number of residents opening up their homes to cyclists are already ahead of the race. Many of the hotels in Texoma are either closed or booked up for the biggest event in Wichita Falls.

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HHH: Triple Threat

All the rain and flooding has left its mark on the Wee-Chi-Tah trail in Wichita Falls. This year’s ride will follow a different path, and is sure to bring a number of surprises and challenges for riders that come back year after year, according to the trail crew.

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NTSB urges fire-resistant tanks for helicopters

Half a century after aviation officials first grew concerned about people burning to death in helicopter crashes, a federal safety agency has urged the installation of equipment that would prevent fuel leaks that have caused hundreds of conflagratio NTSB urges fire-resistant tanks for helicopters Half a century after aviation officials first grew concerned about people burning to death in helicopter crashes, a federal safety agency has urged the installation of equipment that would prevent fuel leaks that have caused hundreds of conflagratio Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1Jn4qaC Multiple agencies investigate the scene of a crash involving an Air Evac helicopter in Wichita Falls, Texas.

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HHH: Consumer Show

Thousands of riders have descended onto Wichita Falls for the annual Hotter N’ Hell Hundred. Wichita Falls has capitalized on the race by hosting an annual consumer show inside the Multipurpose Event Center on Thursday.

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