Wichita Falls Police say a man found in flood water was a drowning victim.
It's full steam ahead at the Chamber of Commerce where they hope full lakes will make Wichita Falls much more appealing to businesses looking to set up shop.
Yesterday, the Wichita County jail inspection report was released, and without good reviews. Sherriff Duke addressed the issues today.
Some of Lone Star Milk Transport's top drivers hit an obstacle course, to put their steering and parking skills to the test.
Rider High, Jefferson Elementary, Kate Burgess, Kirby Middle, and Hirschi High Schools went on Red Alert Wednesday morning.
Police say Deamber Koerth and Marcus Wilson are arrested in connection to a shooting that took place on Johnson Road this morning.
A man runs from the scene after police say he ran a stop sign and hit a car. One man was taken to the hospital.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott made a trip to North Texas on Tuesday to sign a bill that will help to invest more on roads.
A Mansfield Independent School District employee is charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child after an alleged incident at school Monday.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has added Dennis Ray Sandoval, 29, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders list, and a cash reward up to $3,000 is now being offered for information leading to his capture.
Police said a truck hauling vehicles collided with a train on the Texas 161 service road in Grand Prairie Wednesday morning.
A 14-year-old girl who was impregnated by a relative was beaten by four family members to induce an abortion, Dallas police say.
A 67-year-old man who was convicted of killing four men more than three decades ago has asked the Supreme Court to keep him from becoming the oldest Texas prisoner put to death in an execution scheduled for Wednesday evening.
About 94 Midwestern State University employees who thought they could be out of a job or reassigned soon are now celebrating good news.
Grand opening is Burk now set for June 20th.
A Wichita Falls mother is charged with tampering or fabricating physical evidence after police say she stole jeans from a store and used her children's stroller to hide the items.
On Tuesday, Wichita Falls city councilors voted to move the city from Stage 3 Drought Emergency back down to Stage 2 Drought Warning.
Police say 21-year-old Domanic Thrasher was fatally shot Tuesday afternoon near City View.
Recent inspection points out a list of deficiencies including a string of maintenance issues.
The Wichita Falls Wichita County Health Department is working with Vector Control to fix the mosquito problem, but in the meantime, here are some other tops.
Congratulations to the WFISD Class of 2015! Here is a list of the 2015 Valedictorians and Salutatorians.
The Junior League of Wichita Falls announces Clint Black will be the entertainer at FallsFest 2015.
Last week, authorities in Houston found a casket that was unearthed during the city’s historic flooding.
For one young man, high school graduation was about a new and bright beginning.
A Wichita Falls couple is behind bars after police say they broke into 16 cars late Sunday night.
The Wichita Falls Police Officers Association and Wichita Falls Professional Fire Fighters Association are sponsoring the first "Guns and Hoses Cookin' for Kids" BBQ competition this weekend.
Texas Department of Public Safety troopers, inspectors and investigators will begin intensified commercial vehicle inspections as part of Roadcheck 2015.
Authorities are still searching for the suspects involved in the first Wichita Falls homicide of the year following a fatal shooting on Yuma Trail.
Authorities are investigating a high water rescue that turned into a deadly shooting this past weekend.
At today's city council meeting, councilors voted to move drought restrictions to Stage 2 Drought Warning.
The rain didn't fall for five years in Texoma and now we face an abundance of rainfall, but how much have we received?
There is a Friends of the Library book sale coming up this weekend.
A 58 year old man is charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child almost 3 years after he was originally accused.
18-year-old Michael Zapata is facing charges of indecency with a child and online solicitation of a minor.
A Wichita Falls man remains behind bars on a $100,000 bond, after authorities say he took his 2-year-old daughter from her Mother at United Regional.
About five years after Wichita Falls started a project meant to control flooding along the Wichita River, city leaders are looking into its effectiveness.
Dallas police said they need the public's help finding a 72-year-old woman who went missing Monday evening.
Licensed gun owners would be allowed to carry concealed handguns in classrooms, libraries and other campus buildings.
We may be out of the direct threat of flooding, but Wichita County leaders are still discussing the aftermath of flooding we saw over the past two weeks.
Drought restrictions could be no more. At Tuesday's council meeting, city leaders will be discuss terminating water restrictions
High waters is causing the Lake Arrowhead state park to be closed for the third day in a row.
A controversial plan to start assigning public schools A-through-F grades cleared both chambers of the Texas Legislature on Sunday.
After touring flood recovery centers, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is warning against price gouging and cleanup scams.
As of Friday afternoon, the legislature passed the Open Carry Bill for Texas. Now it just needs one more thing: the governor's signature.
Texas is the next state to "go green" after the Governor signed a bill to legalize certain aspects of medicinal marijuana as a treatment for epilepsy.
Days after heavy rain, the flood threat continues to plague North Texas as Dallas County is under a Flood Warning until 4 a.m. Tuesday.
Montague County authorities are still searching for 18-year-old Caleb Diehl, who went missing from Nocona on March 30th.
Beer giant Anheuser-Busch stopped production at its Georgia brewery this week to instead produce drinking water for those affected by a deadly bout of historic flooding and storms in Texas and Oklahoma.
A police officer who had to tell an 18-year-old last week that his parents had died in a motorcycle accident kept his promise and showed up at the teen’s high school graduation over the weekend.
Police are still working to identify a body found in flood waters in Wichita Falls on Sunday.
Just off Interstate 84 in northern Oregon sits a tiny, nondescript building: a former tool shed, 110 square feet, with no running water.
Authorities investigating a brutal quadruple murder at a D.C. mansion last month are reviewing the cellphone records of a victim's assistant.
A terrorism suspect alleged to have been plotting a beheading was not shot in the back when he was killed by police in Boston.
The state of Tennessee plans to seek the death penalty against three men charged with the kidnapping and murder of nursing student Holly Bobo, prosecutors told a judge Wednesday.
There may be a new threat to wildlife in Queensland, Australia.
A new study links being bullied as a teen with adult depression.
NASA is celebrating the first U.S. spacewalk 50 years ago with a new documentary on the history of humans working in their own human-sized space havens.
Annie MacAulay heard of the legendary deep sea monster for 20 years and then she finally saw it: an oarfish so long that it spanned the length of about three people.
The FBI is operating a small air force with scores of low-flying planes across the country, including over Chicago, carrying video and, at times, cellphone surveillance technology.
If you're itching to get away and take a cheap vacation, you're in luck -- Southwest Airlines has a sale for you.
The family of an American tourist who was attacked and killed by a lion in South Africa has paid tribute to the "brilliant, kind, adventurous and high-spirited woman."
Despair turned to anger Wednesday as hopes faded for more than 400 people trapped for 48 hours in the capsized Eastern Star cruise ship on China's Yangtze River.
An 18-month-old girl died when her mother "forgot" her in a car for nearly eight hours while at work Tuesday, police said.
A series of tests show cash, from a variety of sources, including both bills and coins, is often covered in potentially harmful bacteria and viruses.
Two boys have been arrested in Serbia after allegedly donning masks and storming their classroom to steal their teacher's grade book.
Ten percent of the the nation's egg-laying chickens - over 44 million birds - are infected with bird flu.
A Virginia family is mourning the loss of their family dog.
A teenager narrowly escaped death after her car was hit by a tank in Germany.
The Senate passed the "USA Freedom Act," a bill aimed at moving the storage of bulk telephony metadata used by the National Security Agency to being held by telecom companies rather than the government.
An Amtrak train crashed into a car in Florida on Tuesday, splitting it in half, authorities said.
Surveillance video shows an out-of-control vehicle barreling onto a sidewalk in Brooklyn, knocking down a small boy as he was walking.
Sepp Blatter, the president of the world soccer governing body FIFA, announced his surprise resignation on Tuesday.
The drought we've felt in Texoma has been compared to the conditions out in California.
A developmentally disabled man was gunned down in South Los Angeles over the color of his sneakers, his mother said Monday.
Sgt. Henry Johnson, who was African American, and Sgt. William Shemin, who was Jewish, were American soldiers who fought for their nation during the height of World War I.
At least five bomb threats were phoned in Tuesday against flights originating or landing in the United States, government sources told NBC News. The sources said that the threats were not deemed credible.
A recent internal investigation by the Department of Homeland Security has found security failures at dozens of the nations' busiest airports.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler circulated a proposal on Wednesday to crackdown on unwanted robocalls.
'A Silicon Valley-based recycling company is looking for a "mysterious lady" who dropped off a rare vintage Apple computer, so it can give her $100,000.=
Infant Self Rescue program teaches even the youngest children how to stay safe in the water.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has formally launched his presidential campaign Saturday at a morning rally in Baltimore.
Now that the National Security Agency's authority to collect troves of bulk telephone metadata under the Patriot Act expired at midnight on Monday, the government has said it has fewer tools in its arsenal to help thwart terrorism.
A Florida dad has a message for parents who are humiliating their misbehaving children on social media.
The US Supreme Court today said the government cannot base a prosecution for sending an Internet threat solely on how the message was perceived.
Tracy Morgan said in his first extended comments since being seriously injured in a car crash that killed a fellow comedian nearly a year ago that, "I can't believe I'm here. I can't believe I'm in front of you. "
Lindsey Graham will formally launch his bid for president in the small South Carolina town where he grew up.
For years, padlocks have been latched by lovers on Paris' Pont des Arts bridge as a symbol of their everlasting bond. But it turns out the little tokens of lifelong affection won't be so permanent after all.
A 92-year-old cancer survivor has rocked her way into the record books, becoming the oldest woman to finish a marathon.
Former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert was charged with evading rules that require banks to report cash transactions of more than $10,000 and lying to the FBI about his withdrawals, federal officials said.
A cartoon competition aimed at ridiculing ISIS militants has been launched in Iran by the same organization that held similar events on the theme of Holocaust denial.
Fire officials are warning residents to be careful charging their devices after a cell phone ignited a bed in Connecticut.
Sepp Blatter, the president of FIFA and the most powerful man in world soccer, said Thursday that corrupt executives have brought "shame and humiliation" to the sport but are "in the thin minority."
An iconic lighthouse on Martha's Vineyard's is set to begin a multi-day trek to a new home farther inland.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be formally sentenced to death June 24, the judge presiding over the case said Thursday.
The family pet is a loyal friend. But sometimes, under stressful conditions, an animal can run away.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki is running for president.
The father of Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old Cleveland boy fatally shot by police last year, said he's struggling to tell his other children why their brother is no longer alive.
Nebraska became the first conservative state in more than 40 years to abolish the death penalty on Wednesday when lawmakers boldly voted 30-19 to override the governor's veto.
A Vermont woman was hospitalized after she was bitten by a black widow spider that was hiding in her bag of grapes.
Walmart Stores said Wednesday that it has settled a lawsuit with the representatives of comedian Tracy Morgan and two others, who were seriously injured in an accident involving its truck.