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WFISD Board of Trustees vote for interim superintendent Monday night.
It didn't seem like a fair fight. On one side were hulking football players and pro wrestlers, competing as teams of two to eat as many pounds of steak as they could, combined, in one hour.
A man arrested just over a month ago on drug charges after a traffic stop now faces another felony charge.
Outdoor burning is once again allowed for Wichita County residents after county commissioners voted to lift the burn ban Monday morning.
One Texoma volunteer fire department is hoping you will be hungry for old fashioned German sausage so they will be able to pay for a much needed fire truck.
If approved on Tuesday at city council, a new street project will save the city of Wichita Falls time and money.
Three people were hospitalized after a Mid-Del City school bus driver hit multiple cars in southeast Oklahoma City.
A 2-month-old boy was killed Sunday afternoon and his mother was injured when the family's pit bull attacked the child inside their Dallas home, police said.
A United States Postal Service employee is facing an aggravated assault charge for pulling a gun on co-workers at a Fort Worth post office Monday morning, police say.
In an emergency situation, every second counts. That's why United Regional hospital wants to let everyone know about an important change to the entrance to their emergency room.
Police Chief Guy Green says Municipal Judge Darla Cordell was assaulted last week outside her office by a man armed with a sharp object.
MSU Crime Stoppers are busy planning an event that raises money for Crime Stopper programs all over Texoma.
If you have a concealed handgun license, come January you can carry in plain sight Texans with concealed handgun licenses will be able to carry a holstered firearm in plain sight starting next January pending the governor's approval.
An arrest warrant said David Ricardo Carrillo, 29, of Lubbock admitted to shooting and killing Jennifer Cruz, 27, and Albert ‘Bo’ Martinez, 30, early Saturday morning.
You have an opportunity to listen to music from one of the most iconic bands of all time.
On Tuesday, the city of Wichita Falls could sign a loan for $1.8 million to a local tech company.
Now that storm season is upon us, it's time to make sure that you and your family are prepared in case of emergency.
By an 8-0 vote, Gregory Fenves has been named the next UT-Austin president. He'll take over the job June 3.
Music legend Willie Nelson is jumping into the movement to commercialize marijuana and plans to roll out his own brand of cannabis that he intends to make "the best on the market."
A Virginia family was in Wichita Falls on Sunday to share their story after a car accident that happened 8 and a half years ago changed their lives forever.
Members of WFPD and WFFD are trying to spread the word about a first-time event, Guns & Hoses Cookin' for Kids.
The 11th annual Red River Wine Festival brought thousands to the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center on Saturday night.
The 7th annual Archer County Relay for Life on Saturday sought to spread cancer awareness.
The rainy conditions on Friday meant it was a good day to cloud seed around Wichita Falls.
Chancey Luna convicted of first degree murder and jury recommends sentence of life in prison for shooting 22 year old Chris Lane in Duncan on August 16, 2013.
The Quanah man arrested in a Wichita Falls motel for a double homicide outside Quanah has confessed to both murders, according to an affidavit filed by the Texas Rangers.
The Archer City Police Department is back to at full staff.
Over at The Forum Thursday, Wichita Falls ISD recognized the dedication of an educator from Zundy Elementary.
After suffering great loss, Kelsey Zellner celebrates Student of the Year honor.
The Kitchen names Judy Gilkerson as Volunteer of the Year.
The last few weeks on weather wizards we've been studying pretty hard, so time for a break.
Authorities say a 30-year-old man has been arraigned on a capital murder charge in connection with a double-homicide in Quanah.
An Oklahoma City woman survives a nearly deadly robbery and shooting.
A bill introduced by 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry passed through the house on Thursday.
Here is some good motivation to do some spring cleaning in the closet!
This week marked six months since a prominent Duncan family was found murdered inside their home.
Monster Jam is roaring back into Wichita Falls!
A Lawton mother is being accused of child abuse.
Here you go, galaxy. The Force is back.
Dozens of soldiers and surviving family members of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting are receiving additional Army pay that they felt was long overdue.
Wednesday's fog and another morning accident led to a Dr Pepper semi tipping over on US 287. We now have video from a Wichita County deputy's dashcam of that second accident.
A Vernon woman is sentenced to two years in state jail for stealing from a corpse in a funeral home.
A Wichita Falls man is behind bars after police say he attacked his wife with a knife and hit his baby in the face with a bottle.
The city of Wichita Falls continues to draw attention, and awards, for its efforts to conserve and protect its water supply.
One of the suspects arrested in a synthetic marijuana sting has a court proceeding on a previous charge today.
This Saturday, the MSU Mustangs will play in their annual Maroon and Gold spring football game.
A Houston father is in custody accused of shooting his son to death.
Country music band Lady Antebellum's tour bus caught fire on Interstate 30 in Garland Thursday morning, en route from Nashville to Dallas for the American Country Music Awards, officials said.
A dog owner wanted to help a local animal shelter take care of more than 40 dogs looking for a home.
This is is definitely not your parents' Earth Day.
Tighter security is in place on Monday as 30,000 runners get ready for the Boston Marathon — the 119th running and the second since two bombs shattered the race and terrorized the city.
A 21-year-old Missouri mother is behind bars after police say she allegedly tried to blame a spider for her daughter’s death.
Six Minnesota men have been charged with plotting to go to Syria and help ISIS, federal authorities announced on Monday.
A teenager in Utah found out that she’s allergic to water!
Hillary Clinton continued her early primary state tour Monday with the first of a two-day trip to New Hampshire where she continued her "conversations with Americans" tour.
A 27-year-old Baltimore man died Sunday a week after an encounter with police that left him with a severed spine, according to a lawyer for his family.
We're talking about Red Noses for the upcoming 'Red Nose Day', the UK's number one television fundraising event which is coming to America.
The Senate overwhelmingly passed legislation permanently overhauling how Medicare pays physicians late Tuesday in a rare show of near-unanimity from Congress.
Here you go, galaxy. The Force is back.
Do you ever wish you could tell members of Congress to just "let it go"?
Humane Society of Utah finds a unique way to increase adoptions.
Journey drummer Deen Castronovo helps high school band program devastated by fire.
An unidentified passer-by pulled a driver to safety after his vehicle struck shrubs and a tree and then hit a chain link fence on the edge of a 30-foot vertical drop in Lewiston, Idaho, on Wednesday morning.
GM is the latest car manufacturer to drop the price of an electric car.
The disturbing allegation that a woman was gang-raped by college students on a packed beach last month now has residents questioning just how out of control this tourism mecca has become.
It seems Southwest Airlines has heard the complaints from flyers and it is planning to upgrade its passengers' experience.
New research suggests that what we consider "middle age" might be changing.
Two years after two bombs, the city of Boston began to mark a somber anniversary on Wednesday and sought to turn the remembrance of its darkest day into a celebration of common humanity.
A thief broke into a Hell's Kitchen apartment through a window Monday afternoon, and the resident's cat cam caught the burglary on tape.
Flakka," a new designer drug luring some young Americans, is even more potent and more addictive than its synthetic predecessors, which long skirted the law, experts say.
Tax Day (April 15) is the perfect day for Congress to hold a hearing into what's being described as "the largest and most pervasive" impersonation scam in the history of the IRS.
U.S. Capitol Police have arrested a single occupant of a gyro-copter that landed on the west lawn of t?he U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Remember the “Success Kid” meme? The photo of the little boy making a grumpy face and holding up a fist went viral and now its star is using his success for good.
Aaron Hernandez was convicted Wednesday of first-degree murder in the late-night shooting of a man in an industrial park near his home. He was sentenced to life without parole.
An Arizona police department released video Tuesday showing a police officer using a car to ram an armed suspect in February.
President Barack Obama is nixing Cuba from the list of countries the U.S. considers sponsors of terrorism, according to the White House.
A love story that lasted nearly three-quarters of a century ended only minutes apart last week when a Kentucky couple married for 73 years died at nearly the exact same time.
After a day's delay, SpaceX launched its robotic Dragon cargo craft to the International Space Station on Tuesday — and then brought the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket down to a nearly successful landing on a floating platform.
Nine of 10 former Atlanta public school educators convicted in a massive cheating scandal were sentenced to prison time Tuesday, with three of them getting seven years for their role in the conspiracy.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula said Tuesday that one of its top leaders, a former Guantanamo Bay detainee who had a $5 million bounty on his head, had been killed in an American drone strike.
Tuesday marks the one year anniversary of the mass kidnapping in Nigeria that sparked the Bring Back Our Girls movement.
It was 150 years ago Tuesday that President Abraham Lincoln was shot to death by John Wilkes Booth, and to mark the anniversary, The Associated Press dusted off its original report of the assassination.
A Georgia woman was accidentally shot by her son-in-law on Sunday while he was attempting to shoot an armadillo.
Bison, it's the meat that's in a bull market. It's America’s original protein, and now its hottest.
A popular Florida chef is killed by drunk driver, 48 hours before his wife gives birth Melanie Michael reports.
Percy Sledge, who soared from part-time singer and hospital orderly to lasting fame with his aching, forlorn performance on the classic "When a Man Loves a Woman," died Tuesday in Louisiana. He was 74.
An Alaska Airlines flight made an emergency landing in Seattle on Monday afternoon after the pilot heard banging from within the aircraft, which officials said came from a ramp worker who had fallen asleep in the cargo hold.
Republican 2016 presidential hopefuls wasted no time attacking Hillary Clinton after she announced her White House bid -- using the opportunity to rough up the Democratic front-runner while delaying the riskier business of attacking fellow primary challengers.
The battered remains of a medieval man uncovered at a famous cathedral hint that he may have been a Norman knight with a proclivity for jousting.
Russian President Vladimir Putin made a surprise move today to send defensive missiles to Iran, further complicating a nuclear deal that has already met skepticism inside the United States Congress.
Long before Sen. Marco Rubio told donors of his presidential bid, he was being thought of as a potential GOP presidential candidate or a likely running mate on the Republican ticket.
Two people died after weather took a turn for the worse off of the coast of Washington state.
Airline performance is still better than it once was, but the industry took a step back in 2014 according to the annual Airline Quality Rating report.
Michigan family works to save other babies from heart defect that claimed their son's life.
One person was killed in a crash at Disney World's Exotic Driving Experience on Sunday, according to Florida Highway Patrol.
A 13-year-old surfing champion died in a shark attack off the coast of the Indian ocean island of Reunion, officials said Monday.
Convicted murderer Jodi Arias was sentenced to a life in prison without the possibility of parole Monday in the 2008 shooting and stabbing death of her lover.
A 2-year-old boy is recovering after falling into a cheetah exhibit at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.
A new study suggests many kids in military families may be missing out on vaccines.