In a news release, Cajun Fest organizers said they are changing the venue for this Saturday's event due to the probability of rain.
Governor Mary Fallin says she will sign a bill on Tuesday, making it illegal for motorists in Oklahoma to text and drive.
Sally Beauty said Monday that it is investigating reports of unusual activity on payment cards used at some of its U.S. stores.
A new restaurant may be coming to Wichita Falls, after councilors voted to rezone an area that would open a "farm to table" establishment.
ISIS claimed responsibility Tuesday for the attack at a Texas event featuring caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad — but did not provide evidence to support its claim.
TxDOT officials say they are closing a lane on southbound 287and 281 for minor bridge repairs.
The Mexican restaurant chain charges extra for guacamole, but surprised its fans on Sunday when it posted the recipe on its company website.
Many area students are still taking standardized tests. As state law mandates now, if seniors fail three or more STAAR tests, they cannot graduate.
Every Monday in May, we'll share an example of how your support over the years is benefiting children and their families, and how you can continue to help make miracles happen.
Austin police have arrested a man following a severe case of alleged road rage. Kia Paya-Akhavan, a 34-year-old Austin man, is accused of attacking another man with a sword and a homemade flail.
The Olney community is honoring and remembering the life of long-time community leader Jack Northrup who passed away Friday.
Richard Overton, who is considered to be the oldest living veteran in the United States, celebrated his 109th birthday Sunday with “Mighty Fine at 109.”
A Midwest City woman is heartbroken after a burglar swiped several keepsakes from her home, including the ashes of family members.
More than a week after a judge who once worked for Rick Perry was tapped to hear an appeal in the former governor's indictment, it's still unclear whether he'll see the case through.
An 18-year-old is now facing charges of intoxication assault following a hit- and- run accident with a motorcycle over the weekend.
A Tulsa woman is in jail after allegedly vandalizing a corpse.
Claude B. Martin Jr., 90, was born and raised in the Hub City during the Great Depression. In 1943, Martin joined the Navy Seabees after finishing his first semester of Texas Tech University.
A new study reveals many misconceptions about pregnant women and e-cigarette use, and it's hitting home.
Wichita Falls city councilors meet on Tuesday, to talk about keeping jobs at a local technology company and the possibility of a new restaurant coming to town.
Early voting on local elections has been extended in most locations.
Last month, a group of animal lovers started spreading their cause across Wichita Falls. They say they don't want another animal euthanized in the city.
Volunteer fire departments are the backbone of many Texoma communities. With current drought conditions and rising temperatures, firefighters are sure to stay busy as risks of wild fires increase.
Federal agents are searching an apartment in Phoenix after two men were fatally shot by police Sunday after they opened fire on an unarmed security guard outside a suburban Dallas venue.
A Tarrant County resident who recently returned home from a humanitarian trip to West Africa has tested negative for Ebola, according to Tarrant County Public Health.
You can help the Clay County Animal Shelter by shopping a garage sale.
Wichita Falls firefighters battle flames and prevent them from jumping to a home.
Many parents and educators in Wichita Falls ISD are concerned a new bill that has passed the Senate and is now in the House could "take away educators' rights".
As your local election headquarters, we're taking a look at the 15-proposed city charter changes in Burkburnett.
We spoke with the church solicitors who you may have seen asking for money at several Wichita Falls intersections. Who are they and where is the money going?
The Wichita County 4H and the Wichita Falls Police Department teamed up to instill farm safety in local 4th graders.
Dozens of kids are giving you a refreshing way to cool off on Saturday.
Raising your mug full of craft beer will help raise funds for local charities!
An Aledo teen who confessed to killing his mother and sister in 2012 accepted a plea agreement in exchange for a prison sentence.
Authorities made a gruesome discovery after finding a car submerged in the Caney River on Friday.
A woman charged with endangering her daughter by trying to put her in a bathtub filled with water and bleach to quote "get the demon out of her," pleaded guilty and is now sentenced to probation.
This Saturday, teams will compete at a Fire Truck Pull in an effort to raise funds for nearly 7,000 Special Olympic athletes.
Give mom a break on Mother's Day weekend and send your kids to KFDX Kid's Fest!
A 13-year-old with a plastic gun led police on a chase through Garland and Dallas in a stolen car early Friday morning, according to authorities.
LUBBOCK, TX-- The Dallas Cowboys selected, Bryon Jones, with the 27th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft on Thursday Night.
The Texas Transportation Commission just approved $21 million for five new road projects.
A food movement, popular in metropolitan areas, could soon be coming to Wichita Falls.
People continue to stream into the early voting locations for the WFISD bond issue and city election.
MSU President Dr. Jesse Rogers is addressing why the university is considering outsourcing 94 facility service jobs.
There's new legislation to save Texas landowners along the Red River from a so called "Land Grab" by the Bureau of Land Management.
Wichita Falls diners have seen many new restaurants come and go in recent years, but soon they may have a truly new dining experience to try.
Wichita Falls Fire Department reports three residents suffered injuries in a fire Wednesday afternoon.
A Lubbock non-profit is getting involved with rescue efforts after the deadly earthquake rocked Nepal.
A new study found that more than 120 retailers across the country haven't changed their credit card reader machines passcodes since 1990, making it easier for hackers to attack.
The pilot of small, single-engine Cessna 152 made an emergency landing in a muddy field near Pilot Point late Thursday morning.
Business-friendly Texas still isn't quite friendly enough, Republican lawmakers say, and they're pushing legislation to curtail public input and speed up permits issued by state environmental regulators.
An Ohio prison escapee on the run since the Eisenhower administration has finally been caught, Florida officials said.
A single mom who'd sought the identity of a handsome man she'd kissed while running the Boston Marathon has tracked him down — with help from his wife.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee has declared his candidacy for president in the hometown he shares with former President Bill Clinton — Hope, Arkansas. It's his second run for the Republican nomination.
A special volunteer program at a Wisconsin hospital has a waiting list of five to six years.
A college student is facing felony charges after a hidden camera allegedly showed her spitting and pouring cleaning fluid in her roommates' food.
Workers at a local bar and grill are being credited with protecting an infant.
Stephanie Bader, one of the inspirational children from Hoda Kotb's "Truly Brave" video that helped raise money for pediatric cancer, died at the age of 13 on Friday.
The NYPD officer who was shot in the head while sitting in an unmarked patrol car in Queens over the weekend has died.
A photo depicting the current reality of Baltimore streets has been called everything from "cute" to "heartwarming," but the person who snapped the picture says she still views the viral photo as heartbreaking.
Doctors are warning that artificial gel nail polish may be dangerous to your health.
Former Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson urged Americans to "use your brain" when he formally launched his presidential campaign in Detroit on Monday.
Four people died and a fifth was critically wounded when a gunman opened fire on a bridge in Wisconsin, police said. The male shooter was among the dead in the incident, which took place in the town of Menasha.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina says she's running for president.
Britain's new royal baby now has a name!
The number of reported sexual assaults by members of the U.S. military rose again in 2014, according to the Pentagon's newest annual report.
Many people dream of quitting their job and moving to a tropical island, but one woman actually took the plunge — and her story has gone viral.
Chris Christie's political ambitions ran smack into political reality Friday.
Bureau of Firearms criticized for failing to secure tens of thousands of weapons currently in hands of fugitives, felons and the mentally ill.
Tom Brokaw has been married for 52 years, but his recent fight against cancer has made him appreciate his loving relationship with his wife even more.
Officers say suspect fired gun from back seat of police car, prompting officers to return fire.
R&B legend Ben E. King, best known for his hit song "Stand By Me," died Thursday, his publicist told NBC News. He was 76.
The six police officers involved in Freddie Gray's arrest have been charged, one of them with murder, after his death of a mysterious spinal injury he suffered in police custody was ruled a homicide.
The young man in the blue hoodie seen in pictures smashing police cars during violent protests in Baltimore has a name and a family.
Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday declared "we're in this race to win" and highlighted key areas he'll seek to differentiate himself from Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary.
Messenger, NASA’s Mercury-orbiting spacecraft, reached the end of its historic 11-year mission Thursday when it crashed into the little planet closest to the sun.
It was Dec. 6, 2012, and Marcus Robicheaux, like the other inmates at the Iberia Parish Jail in New Iberia, Louisiana, was standing with his hands on his head and his nose pressed against the wall of the recreation yard as jail officers ran a contraband sweep. The deputy in the video, David Prejean, filed a report on the incident shortly after it happened, but his written account clashes with what the video depicts. "I couldn't do nothing but scream," recalled Robicheaux, who says he doesn't know why he was singled out. "The inmates couldn't do nothing to help me."
Florida farm is home to extremely rare two-headed calf.
A handful of change and a short note left in a Charlotte church's collection plate has parishioners talking.
Combining healthy eating with moral support, Jean Nidetch became a heavyweight in the weight-loss industry. The founder of Weight Watchers died Wednesday at her home in Florida.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and one NBA star is sharing his love for his mother.
An outbreak of plague that affected four people and a dog in Colorado might be the first instance of person-to-person transmission of plague in the United States in 90 years, officials said Thursday.
A woman in Jerusalem set a gasoline pump on fire on Tuesday — allegedly because a man didn't want to give her a cigarette, NBC News reported.
A Georgia woman was arrested Wednesday by police and federal agents after making threats to kill police officers on social media under a false name.
Some students in Michigan skipped the school bus on Thursday, and opted for a different mode of transportation.
Crowds erupted in cheers Thursday as a teen boy was pulled alive from the rubble of a collapsed building five days after Nepal's catastrophic earthquake.
Protests over the death of Freddie Gray stretched coast to coast late Wednesday, with thousands of people across the country rallying for the 25-year-old Baltimore man who died after suffering a spinal cord injury in police custody.
Sometimes, parents of those with special needs just want their children to be like other kids who get invited to parties, or experience those memorable hallmarks of youth.
A Russian immigrant who knew the Boston Marathon bombers and was expected to testify in Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's death penalty trial has gone missing, a defense attorney has revealed.
Florida man discovers box containing map, coins and preserved human hand that may be linked to notorious pirate Jose Gaspar.
Tyson Foods Inc , the largest U.S. poultry producer, plans to eliminate the use of human antibiotics in its chicken flocks by September 2017 - one of the most aggressive timelines yet set by an American poultry company.
School staff stop mother three-times over the legal blood alcohol limit from driving away with four children in car.
Supreme Court justices clashed Wednesday over whether a lethal-injection cocktail used by several states is too painful — with one likening it to being burned alive, and another saying "guerrilla war" is being waged against the death penalty.
A Colorado mother is upset after a teacher at her daughter’s preschool wouldn’t allow the girl to finish her lunch because it wasn’t nutritious.
You know the Baltimore mom who went to the riot, found her son and lit into him with her right hand? Well, Toya Graham said Tuesday she did it because she didn't want her son to become another Freddie Gray.
91-year-old David Gethers served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam, where he earned the Bronze Star.
Automakers have gone to great lengths in recent years to make it more difficult to steal a car. Some owners, however, are going to great lengths to make it easy again.
A sea lion, looking for a bite to eat, instead bit a San Diego man’s hand and dragged him off the side of a boat — a terrifying moment perfectly caught on camera.
A 4-month-old baby was rescued from a destroyed building in the town of Bhaktapur at least 22 hours after the quake struck, the newspaper Kathmandu Today reported.
Bus camera shows vehicle narrowly miss a group of children as they're attempting to board.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, an independent from Vermont, will announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination on Thursday, NBC News confirms.