Wichita Falls police said a man caused major damage after he slammed into two parked cars early Thursday morning.
Wichita Falls city and economic development officials continue discussing a proposed loan extension for Carter Aviation Technologies.
David Potter is responsible for all of the water that riders will drink in the Hotter N' Hell hundred ride and wanted to Pay It Forward.
Thousands of people are flocking to Wichita Falls for this weekend's Hotter 'N Hell which means a lot of people will be looking for a place to stay before and after the ride.
The number of arrests in the K2 sting in Wichita Falls has risen to at least 11 with two more suspects now charged.
The Hotter 'N Hell Hundred 2014 weekend officially kicks-off Thursday with the consumer show.
Testimony resumed Wednesday in Tennessee today in a federal lawsuit against Wichita County Sheriff David Duke and a Chattanooga detention center.
When the Hotter'N Hell Hundred Consumer Show starts Thursday, the Hotter 'N Hell Hundred 2014 weekend officially kicks-off.
A cookout on the Wichita County Courthouse lawn raised money to help R.W. Smith.
Police say the driver of a red Ford Fusion was able to get out of his car before it erupted in flames.
A man is arrested early Wednesday morning in Wichita Falls for arson. Police say they caught up to him because he was attempting to steal a soda from a convenience store.
Brian Stone is charged with endangering a child.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has pleaded not guilty to charges that he abused his power with a controversial veto threat, as he vowed to fight and "prevail" in the case.
Once again, the State Fair of Texas has released this year's listing of the Big Tex Choice Awards Finalists, and, as always, the recipes are designed to amaze.
ISIS Militants appear to have taken their first American Victim. Brian Mooar reports.
Archer City's police chief says when it comes to factual information, technology always tells the truth which is why he is a big proponent of body cameras.
A man charged on Monday with aggravated assault after a SWAT situation is the same man wanted in connection with a Craigslist check scam.
A one-car accident sends one man to United Regional Tuesday night.
Wichita Falls residents could soon see an increase in their property tax rate.
Trinity Hughes is keeping the drought in mind.
Construction on the soon to be Wichita Falls Regional Airport is in the middle of the third and final phase now.
Thousands of people are expected to into Wichita Falls for the the 32nd Annual Hotter N' Hell Hundred and there's plenty to do besides the grueling 100 mile ride.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry arrived at an Austin courthouse Tuesday afternoon to be booked on felony abuse of power charges after he was indicted Friday over his threat to veto funding to public corruption prosecutors
82nd Training Wing Commander, General Scott Kindsvater, spent the day with some airmen in training as part of Sheppard's Day in the Life event.
It's been almost two months since the money to open the pool at Sheppard Airforce Base was donated and families are enjoying it.
A man already behind bars for charges of aggravated assault after a SWAT situation Monday has a list of new charges.
Local emergency crews are coming together Wednesday to help a former Wichita Falls police officer with medical bills.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry plans to turn himself in to authorities Tuesday evening at a local Texas jail on the heels of his indictment for alleged abuse of power.
As Hotter N' Hell Weekend approaches, there are some traffic closures and detours you need to know about.
According to the USGS the 4.2 temblor was felt in Texoma and shook at least two states.
Wichita Falls school board members voted four to three in favor of modifying the choice program.
A local business owner who says he is one of more than 25 victims scammed by a local insurance agent says the scam left his company and employees without any insurance coverage.
The National Transportation Safety Board remains on the scene of Friday's fatal plane crash about six miles northeast of Bowie.
Texas Governor Rick Perry can continue traveling the country and gearing up for a possible 2016 presidential run despite being indicted on two felony counts of abuse of power after a judge decides not to issue a warrant for his arrest.
After U.S. air strikes continued to pound ISIS targets on Monday, Iraqi officials say Kurdish and Iraqi forces are close to regaining control of the facility from militants.
Jury selection got underway today, and may continue tomorrow, in the trial of a long- time Duncan doctor charged with shooting his ex-wife's boyfriend at the woman's home exactly one year ago today.
A 46-yead old Iowa Park man is jailed on a total of $750,000 in bonds after police say he admitted to committing sexual acts on a girl when she was between 5 and 6 years old.
1 in 7 people in the United States rely on pantries for meals each day.
The Hotter'N Hell Weekend is coming up in just a few days, but it's not too late to volunteer.
The WFPD is welcoming a new member to the K-9 unit.
A Wichita Falls couple is preparing to ride in the 25 mile ride of the Hotter'N Hell Hundred as they celebrate where they first met at the ride.
One person has been taken into custody by Wichita Falls Police after a possible aggravated assault
Hunger in America 2014 shows military families make up one-fourth of the people who rely on the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank to feed their families.
At Tuesday’s city council meeting, councilors will be vote on a resolution to award the new Castaway Cove slide construction bid.
It looks like property taxes in Wichita Falls could be staying the same for the 2014, 2015 fiscal year.
In just a few days thousands and thousands of people will descend upon Wichita Falls for the 33rd annual Hotter 'N Hell hundred bike ride.
The 3rd annual Busted in Baylor County motorcycle rally and event brought hundreds out to Seymour.
Millions of people all over the world are taking part in the #100happydays challenge, and it is changing people's lives everywhere, even here in Texoma.
Dozens of model planes ascended on Lake Wichita Park Saturday all for a good cause.
Dozens and dozens of people in Wichita Falls enjoyed Salsa Day at the Farmer's Market on Saturday.
Some 43 million vehicles have been recalled this year, so how does a driver know if a car has had a fault or defect fixed?
Dry conditions lead to explosion of jellyfish in California's Lake Oroville. Jason Atcho reports.
President Obama comments on the murder of journalist James Foley, saying ISIS speaks for no religion and that "no just God would stand for what they did."
ISIS Militants appear to have taken their first American Victim. Brian Mooar reports.
Patient showing possible Ebola symptoms isolated at Sacramento hospital. Kathy Park reports.
Protests take place without violent clashes that have marred previous gatherings. Jay Gray reports.
Tennessee student says she was suspended after saying "bless you" after fellow student sneezed, then arguing with teacher over freedom of speech. Michael Clark reports.
Two St. Louis city police officers shot and killed a black man who came within several feet of them brandishing a knife on Tuesday in a confrontation a few miles from the turbulent suburb of Ferguson, authorities said.
President Obama is back in Washington dealing with two different challenges unfolding at the same time. Brian Mooar reports.
An earthquake rattles the studio during KAUT's morning broadcast.
Two shot, dozens arrested during another night of violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri. Jay Gray reports.
From January to May 2014 this year has been one of the ten least active starts to the tornado season since 1953.
A police report made public Friday revealed that the teen, Michael Brown, was suspected of stealing a box of cigars from a convenience store and assaulting a clerk minutes before the officer shot him to death.
California dance studio joins push to add pole dancing as an Olympic sport. Kathy Park reports.
New Hampshire governor declares state of emergency after dozens overdose on synthetic drugs "Smacked" and "Spice". Jennifer Eagan reports.
Parents sending students back to school may be surprised by the increased cost of after school activities. Chris Clackum reports.
Protesters stage peaceful marches in Ferguson, Missouri after State Highway Patrol takes over security operations. Jay Gray reports.
"The Expendables 3" is among the new movies hitting theaters this week. Raphael Seth has more.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland takes a look at apps designed to help students with their work.
Robin Williams was sober but struggling with early stages of Parkinson’s Disease at the time of his death, his wife said Thursday.
Another night of violent overnight protests rock Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of unarmed teen's death at hands of police officer. Jay Gray reports.
More Americans arrive in Iraq, but they are not there to fight. Richard Jordan reports.
Hollywood icon Lauren Bacall has died at the age of 89. Mark Barger reports.
Researchers at Mote Marine Laboratory say sharks could potentially save millions of lives.
Man hopes to reunite home movies with family that donated camera to Goodwill. Scott Adkins reports.
Security cameras show flash flood waters rip through a Nebraska hospital.
Sultry screen siren Lauren Bacall, who rose to fame in the 1940s opposite her husband Humphrey Bogart in films such as "To Have and Have Not" and "The Big Sleep," died Tuesday, according to multiple reports. She was 89.
Acclaimed actor and comedian Robin Williams found dead of apparent suicide Monday at the age of 63. Jennifer Bjorklund reports.
Comedian and actor Robin Williams, 63, died from "asphyxia due to hanging," according to preliminary findings announced at a press conference on Tuesday by Lt. Keith Boyd of the Marin County's Sheriff's Office.
Federal court says New Mexico town has 30 days to remove Ten Commandments monument from front lawn of city hall. Devin Neeley reports.
Kansas City Police officer shows off his best moves in dance-off with kids. Cynthia Newsome reports.
New tool helps young athletes reduce the risks of concussions on the playing field. Benita Zahn reports.
Comedian Robin Williams died suddenly on Monday morning inside his residence in Tiburon, California, according to his wife and publicist.
A young dirt track driver was killed in an accident by NASCAR's Tony Stewart on Saturday. Chris Clackum reports.
After a chaotic night in Ferguson, Missouri the streets are quieter today, but unrest still simmers. John Yang reports.
Dr. Kent Brantly releases statement describing learning of his infection and the horror of watching others die. Erika Edwards reports.
The U.S. continues to drop humanitarian aid in Iraq, as air strikes are likely to continue. Richard Jordan reports.
El Nino chance has dropped down to 65% chance of formation after reaching a high of 80% on the last report.
This week's death of former White House press secretary James Brady, who survived a gunshot wound to the head in a 1981 assassination attempt on President Reagan, has been ruled a homicide by a medical examiner, District of Columbia police said Friday.
The United States launched another round of airstrikes against an ISIS target in Iraq on Friday, U.S. officials told NBC News.
The spokesman for Iraq's human rights ministry says hundreds of women from the Yazidi religious minority have been taken captive by militants from the Islamic State group.
Doctors across the nation are seeing a surge of sudden meat allergies in people bitten by a certain kind of tick.
Bargains stretch 700 miles across several states.
Parents say they want the rodents gone before students return. Krystle Henderson reports.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland looks at several secure password programs.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" hit the silver screen this week. Raphael Seth has more.
New study finds tab for students' tablets, laptops and other devices is well spent. Chris Clackum reports.
The United States dropped laser-guided bombs on ISIS artillery in Iraq on Friday, the Pentagon said — the beginning of airstrikes threatened a day earlier by President Barack Obama.
President Obama announces airstrikes in Iraq amid ISIS advances.
It's time to change your passwords again. All of them.