With early voting underway we will be providing information on the issues and candidates on the ballot.
Beautiful sunsets are nothing unusual in Texoma. But, the sunset on October 23, 2014, will be a little different.
Authorities in Bryan County, Oklahoma say they're on the hunt for a man charged with murder who escaped the county's jail over the weekend.
Dozens of people were taken off the Ebola watch list at midnight Monday, clearing a major hurdle in the fight against the spread of the deadly virus.
A Burk Family remembered three loved ones on Sunday at a balloon release, one year after they were killed in a fire.
The hotter temperatures make it sometimes tough on the crop, local pumpkin patches say they get by each season.
A local non-profit, Disaster Helping Hands, needs donations for a new building that will ultimately help people who have been through a natural disaster.
The Elks Lodge was full of boots, belt buckles and big cowboy hats Saturday as dozens gathered for a good cause.
The smell of bacon and BBQ filled Vernon Saturday for the annual Red River BBQ Battle and Bacon Fest.
A new pet rescue in town is hoping to save some more lives in Texoma.
The 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer's raises awareness and funds for Alzheimer's research.
The 2014 Crime Stoppers cops and robbers 5k brought people to the MPEC on Saturday morning.
The Boy Scout troop 15 worked on a project on Saturday that will provide people in need with meals during the winter months.
Halloween doesn't have to be scary and these little ones proved that tonight at the annual Not So Scary Halloween.
Ebola cases in Dallas have many Wichita Falls residents prepared to take drastic steps to keep their families safe, but public health officials say there's simply no need for that.
For the first time in a decade, Wichita County's voting system has a new look. That's after Wichita County Commissioners approved spending $118,000 on that equipment.
Staff Sgt. Chase Schroeder was honored for his bravery and awarded a Purple Heart at Ft. Sill on Friday.
On Friday, friends and loved ones gathered at the memorial service for flight nurse Leslie Stewart, who died in an Air Evac helicopter crash in Wichita Falls on October 4th.
Wichita Falls car owners might be able to continue to wash their cars at local car washes, even if the lake levels fall to 20 percent.
An Oklahoma City woman died in Stephens County early Friday morning when the van driven by her husband left the highway and rolled, ejecting her.
The unemployment rate for the Wichita Falls metro region has fallen below 5% again and the rate for just the city is also nearing the 5% mark.
We have received comments from concerned viewers regarding Ebola in Wichita Falls. United Regional addresses those rumors.
Midwestern State University will present a community forum on Ebola next week.
Highway 287 was blocked for 2 hours Friday morning following a two car crash.
On Thursday, October 16, 2014 the National Weather Service released the new Winter 2014-2015 Weather Outlook.
President Barack Obama will appoint Ron Klain to head up efforts to address the Ebola threat.
A woman Wichita Falls police have been looking for has been found.
Jerry Joe Garza was in court today for a hearing, but his behavior was a far cry from the man our cameras have captured over the past year.
A hearing today in 78th District Court involved a series of motions for Jerry Joe Garza's capital murder trial, which is set to start next month in Denton County.
Jeremy Thornburg is charged with murder in the 2011 disappearance of a Graham woman.
We have obtained calls to 911 about that fatal helicopter crash early in the morning of October 4th.
Andrew Bormann gives his thoughts on his former roommate and his alleged crimes.
A car went off a median and into the embankment between the bridges on Central Freeway Thursday afternoon.
Dallas County Commissioners on Thursday declared a disaster over "the potential for widespread or severe damage, injury, loss or threat of life resulting from the Ebola virus."
Nurse says "basic principles of medical care" weren't followed during treatment of Ebola patient at Texas hospital where infection spread. Jay Gray reports.
City attorney demands churches notes on sermons on recently passed equal rights ordinance, outraging pastors. Mark Boyle reports.
The patient who was transported to University Medical Center Thursday morning after triggering a 'patient isolation protocol' does not have Ebola, according to UMC.
The lockdown at Baptist St. Anthony's Hospital has been lifted.
Dallas County Commissioners will hold a special meeting Thursday at 2 p.m. to declare a disaster over "the potential for widespread or severe damage, injury, loss or threat of life resulting from the Ebola virus."
Two Texas students on board flight with Ebola patient Amber Vinson won't attend school for the next 21 days out of an abundance of caution. David Scott reports.
Crews responded to a business that caught fire in Burkburnett Wednesday night.
A Wichita Falls woman wanted to give the money to stop Alzheimer's.
Dozens of Texoma families remembered the baby angles they lost during a special walk tonight in Wichita Falls.
The son of a prominent Duncan family is charged with the deaths of his father, mother and sister after police say he admitted to the crime.
During October, pink is prevalent in an effort to raise money and awareness for those battling breast cancer.
A new survey from National Nurses United claims 75% of nurses say hospital staff isn't being trained adequately to deal with Ebola should it strike.
Testimony suggests a murder defendant planned the killing of a Texoma woman for about a month before she disappeared.
The Wichita Falls Police Department needs your help finding a missing woman who was last seen this weekend.
Second patient tests positive in Dallas; traveled on Frontier Airlines flight. Jay Gray reports.
Texas Governor Rick Perry released an official statement in response to a second Dallas health care provider being diagnosed with the Ebola Virus.
Indiana police on Monday named a suspect in custody in the killings of seven women whose bodies were found over the weekend, and they said he may be responsible for slayings as long as two decades ago.
Keene State College's annual pumpkin festival takes a violent and messy turn. John Moroney reports.
Parents demand Maine teacher be removed from school after she traveled to Dallas, but had no contact with anyone associated with the Ebola outbreak. Vivien Leigh reports.
Cross Country runner carries injured rival 300 feet in final race of their season. Krista Boehm reports.
Ebola themed Halloween costumes are generating controversy. Eddie Garcia reports.
Good Samaritan rushes into burning home to rescue elderly man.
A huge Pentagon parking lot remains closed and cordoned off, and a bus full of Marines is temporarily quarantined as medical personnel attempt to determine why a woman who boarded the bus suddenly became ill.
Man seen escorting Ebola patient onto plane with no protective gear sparks wave of interest and rumors, but there's an explanation. Valerie Hoff reports.
Highway honey spill leaves van covered in honey, then swarmed by bees. Bryan Anderson reports.
Police probing mysterious death of actress Misty Upham, who recently appeared in "August, Osage County and "Django Unchained". Natalie Swaby reports.
The first nurse to be infected with Ebola has been moved to the National Institutes of Health, as the government mobilizes efforts around the country to stop the deadly disease. Tracie Potts reports.
An Ohio bridal shop has been shut down as a precautionary measure after a weekend visit from Ebola-infected nurse Amber Vinson. Sara Shookman reports.
Police say gang fight at high school spilled over into nearby neighborhood, with 3-year-old caught in the crossfire. Chauncy Glover reports.
California family says police use of excessive force in standoff lead to the death of hostage Misty Holt-Singh. Melinda Meza reports.
Apple unveils new ultrathin iPads.
Entries written in code contained juicy gossip about Jefferson Davis' wife. Mark Mulholland reports.
Florida Governor Rick Scott refuses to take the stage during debate because of a small fan under opponent Charlie Christ's podium. Michael Williams reports.
Home security camera shows thief stealing young boy's prized pumpkin. Elisa Hahn reports.
A teenager is dead and another 23 are injured after a Jeep lost control during a hayride. Danielle Waugh reports.
Texas football coach placed on paid leave after taunting losing rival team with profanity-laced Facebook post. Jennifer Bauer reports.
Highway patrol dash cam shows crowded school bus swerving across lanes on busy highway. Sandra Yi reports.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife announced Tuesday they are donating $25 million to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control foundation to fight the Ebola crisis that has killed more than 4,440 people in west Africa.
Texas man says he murdered his mother and defiled her corpse because he was "board with life". Bart Bedsole reports.
Family's surveillance video shows would-be burglar tumbling off of roof. Heather Graf reports.
Video shows police officer smash car window, then use stun gun on passenger after pulling over car for seat belt violation.
The U.S. is stepping up the fight against Ebola. Tracie Potts reports
A nurse in Spain has become the first person to contract Ebola outside of West Africa in the latest epidemic, authorities said on Monday.
A suburban teen from the Chicago area was arrested at O'Hare International Airport over the weekend and accused of attempting to provide aid to ISIS
Ebola patient Ashoka Mukpo and the NBC crew he was a part of will return to the United States for treatment and quarantine. Jay Gray reports.
A short video released by ISIS on Friday shows the apparent beheading of British aid worker Alan Henning.
Neckties and pocket squares are trending in men's fashion and one fashion market director is giving them away on the streets of New York.
General Motors is recalling 524,384 cars and sport utility vehicles globally in two actions dealing with potential latch and loose part issues, the automaker said on Friday.
A patient with Ebola-like symptoms is being treated at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., a hospital spokesperson confirmed late Friday morning.
Wisconsin wildlife officers free two bear cubs stuck in a hollow tree. Boua Xiong reports.
White Ohio couple sues sperm bank that mistakenly delivered sample from black donor. Sara Shookman reports.
School security camera shows angry man repeatedly punching driver in the face. Raymond Owens reports.
Murder mystery "Gone Girl" starring Ben Affleck hits theaters this week. Raphael Seth has more.
An American freelance cameraman working for NBC News in Liberia has tested positive for Ebola and will be flown back to the United States for treatment.
Indiana middle school football team ordered to bench their female kicker or forfeit their season. Jeremy Brilliant reports.
Possible Ebola patient isolated at Honolulu hospital. Ben Gutierrez reports.
The director of the Secret Service, Julia Pierson, submitted her resignation on Wednesday after a series of embarrassing security lapses.
Father and daughter left stranded 145 feet in the air after ride malfunctions. Lauren Hansard reports.
More than 900 chickens killed with golf club in disturbing case of animal cruelty. Raquel Cervantes reports.
North Dakota high school institutes new dress code banning yoga pants, skinny jeans and leggings. Christina Craig reports.
Justice Department holds second town hall meeting in Ferguson, Missouri to promote improvements in city-to-citizen communication. Casey Nolan reports.
Utah officials say it may be weeks before tests can identify what killed family of five found dead in their Springville home. Andrew Adams reports.
The first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the United States receives treatment in a Dallas hospital.
Opponents of Minnesota proposal that would allow transgender athletes to play sports based on gender identity launch controversial ad campaign. Blake McCoy reports.
Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps was arrested and charged with DUI and other charges early Tuesday morning.
Fishing tournament turns into terrifying fight for survival off Florida coast. Hollie Hojek reports.