Parents, teachers and Dr. Seuss fans are celebrating his birthday by picking up a book!
There are new developments following some tense moments Sunday night where witnesses say a man walked into a counseling center with a loaded rifle.
Miles Bench's stepfather takes the stand as sentencing begins in Stephens County.
Leading Texas Republicans on Monday asked the Obama administration for greater flexibility to administer Medicaid — a move that has gotten little traction in the past.
Remember to turn your clocks ahead one hour before you go to bed Saturday night or turn them ahead when you wake up on Sunday morning.
Wichita Falls city leaders will start all over Tuesday trying to secure a food vendor for the new air terminal.
A handwritten document proclaiming Texas was freeing itself from rule by Mexico is 179 years old Monday.
The International House of Pancakes is offering a free short stack in exchange for a donation for Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Texoma residents have a rare opportunity to sit in on oral arguments in an appeal of a Vernon murder case.
A Texas nurse treated for Ebola plans to file a lawsuit against the parent company of the Dallas hospital where she worked.
Dr. Robert Nelson will speak Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Clark Student Center.
We now have a clear picture on what's going to be on the May ballot with City Council seats and a WFISD bond up for a vote.
The Storm Prediction Center has started using a new and expanded threat level system for severe weather forecasts across the U.S..
Wichita Falls Residents are hitting the gym despite the cold weather.
It's that time of year again where folks are invited to attend their local SKYWARN Storm Spotters Training.
Be careful if you're out on those roads heading to the Windthorst Sausage meal tomorrow!
A Valero service station in Fort Worth was damaged after a van crashed into a support column.
Road crews are working to keep streets and highways safe during the cold weather.
Here is a list of resources to prepare you for winter weather.
Here are a few of your Snow Day 2015 photos! Thanks for sharing them with us!
From gasoline sales to grocery purchases, the Texas Department of Agriculture is supposed to ensure consumers aren't getting ripped off by fuel pumps, retail scanners or other measuring devices.
As temperatures drop across Texoma, winter supplies sales soar.
While all but the first flight out of Wichita Falls Regional Airport were cancelled on Friday, many are wondering what the situation will be like for the weekend.
Guilty. That's the verdict reached by a jury Friday afternoon inside a Fort Worth courtroom in the capital murder trial of Gabriel Armandariz.
A snowy morning didn't keep dozens of Meals on Wheels volunteers from helping provide hungry Texomans with warm meals on Friday.
A snowstorm that closed schools and halted traffic across North Texas is being blamed for 15 cars and two tractor-trailers sliding off U.S. Highway 75 near Dallas.
On Wednesday, Winston walters, who starred in the A&E show "Mudcats" was found guilty on four counts, and the jury recommend sentences totalling just over 90 years.
There have been several car crashes Friday morning since the snow started falling.
Rick Perry spoke at the CPAC conference on Friday morning, presenting the former governor a chance to reset the table before the conservative base and the national press after his disastrous 2012 bid.
Wichita Falls police are urging drivers to stay home unless "absolutely necessary."
Our Black History Month "Journey" series is wrapping after exploring 450- years of the African American experience in Florida.
Once again, Wichita Falls residents will be voting on a school bond come May.
WF Board of Trustees vote to put a $59.5 million dollar bond that would include a new Career and Technical Education Center on the May ballot.
In just three days authorities will be hitting the streets looking for those with outstanding warrants. In some cases, that will lead to arrests.
A 20-year-old man is jailed and two people are injured in a disturbance and stabbing on Roanoke Thursday afternoon.
Ted Cruz delivered a blistering broadside against President Obama on Thursday, describing him as a "lawless" leader.
On Friday, you can warm up by dusting off your cowboy boots and dancing the night away.
Miles Bench has been found guilty of first degree murder.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday passed "net neutrality" rules.
The case against a Wichita County woman who police say they saw pointing a gun at a man and threatening to kill him is expected to go before a judge.
Wichita Falls police say a man is arrested overnight in connection with a shooting that sent another man to the hospital on Broad St.
Grab your tickets to see great bands at the 2015 Downtown St. Patrick's Day event!
A Texoma woman wanted to Pay It Forward to help the Texoma Cowboy Church improve their rodeo arena.
A former Wichita Falls man who's on death row but was granted a stay in his execution just days before he was set to die was acquitted of rape charges in Wichita County. About 24 years after that verdict, his attorney is recounting the case.
A local attorney's recounting a case he fought for a death row inmate, granted a stay of execution on Monday, just ten days before his lethal injection.
The second candidate who could become the next president of MSU held a candidate forum on Wednesday.
Wichita Falls street crews prepare city streets for upcoming winter weather.
Open Carry Texas plans to bring their cause to Amarillo Saturday.
Residents of five Texoma counties may be able to withstand more months of severe drought thanks to a half million dollar forgivable loan from the State Drinking Water Fund.
Grand Prairie police said a Mansfield Independent School District bus tipped on its side during a wreck Wednesday morning.
The Los Angeles Police Department's fatal shooting of a man on the city's infamous Skid Row is bringing new focus to the use of officer-worn body camera.
A Policing Task Force formed after the high-profile deaths of two unarmed men at the hands of police officers, met Monday at the White House with President Obama.
Ebola survivor Nancy Writebol plans return to Liberia; nurse Nina Pham sues hospital where she contracted deadly disease.
Six suspects linked to terrorist activity referred to Syria and Iraq as "the beach," and used other coded language to avoid detection in the United States, authorities say.
Tax refund season has many Americans wondering what they should do with their refund check.
Lauren Hill, the Indiana college freshman who played basketball last season while battling an inoperable brain tumor, continues to inspire people worldwide with her determination and courage.
Downtown Grantville, Georgia, once used as a set for "The Walking Dead", is for sale on eBay.
Family shocked after ailing 2-year-old's photo becomes fodder for cyberbullies.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said Monday that he meant no disrespect to President Barack Obama by accepting an invitation to speak to Congress.
A man who survived a seizure while skydiving from 12,000 feet in Australia said he spent 30 seconds unconscious in free fall before his instructor saved him.
A man is recovering from second and third-degree burns after he says his iPhone exploded in his pocket.
Lawmakers are still working to find compromise on Homeland Security funding or face another shutdown.
A Long Island man allegedly used a wooden figure in a hooded sweatshirt to drive solo in the Long Island Expressway's HOV lane because, he told officers, he was late to his new job, police said.
Florida woman hospitalized after dogs break through fence, attacking her and fatally mauling her two Yorkies.
New interactive toys collect data as your children play with them.
After a dramatic and chaotic day of votes, Congress late Friday approved a stopgap bill to keep money flowing to the Homeland Security Department past a midnight deadline and avert a partial agency shutdown -- though Congress is no closer to a long-term deal.
A gunman killed seven people in a door-to-door shooting spree across the rural Missouri community of Tyrone before turning his weapon on himself, police said Friday.
Leonard Nimoy, the actor best known for playing the emotionless, pointy-eared Spock on the "Star Trek" television series, published reports said Friday. He was 83.
One of the most wanted drug lords in Mexico has been captured, authorities said Friday.
Storm dumps snow from Mississippi to Maryland.
Wisconsin man made famous by viral photo of his efforts to ease his elderly dog's pain starts anew with another adopted dog.
A man from Italy reeled in a 280-pound catfish last Thursday along the Po River.
The identity of the masked executioner clutching a knife in ISIS beheading propaganda videos was revealed on Thursday.
Three men from Brooklyn, New York, were arrested on Wednesday and accused of plotting to wage jihad for ISIS. One of the men had offered to kill President Obama if the militants asked him to, authorities said.
The youngest survivor of last year's monstrous landslide in Oso, Washington, was just 5 months old.
More than a dozen Northern Arizona University students airlifted from rim of Grand Canyon after their vans became stuck in heavy snow.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald apologized again Tuesday for falsely stating that he served in Special Forces, saying that he made the error when trying to make a connection with a homeless veteran.
A couple in Tennessee is credited with saving a puppy's life after they found the dog frozen to the ground.
Pleasanton Independent School District officials scrambled Tuesday to find out how a disabled 4th grader with Down's syndrome was left behind on a school bus.
Drones were spotted flying over Paris landmarks for a second night running, officials said Wednesday.
Eddie Ray Routh guilty of capital murder.
Smoking, growing and possessing marijuana becomes legal in America's wildest state Tuesday, thanks to a voter initiative aimed at clearing away 40 years of conflicting laws and court rulings.
Senate works to pass Homeland Security funding bill derailed by immigration fight.
A burglar has been targeting San Antonio barbecue restaurants, taking meat and beer instead of cash.
President Obama has officially vetoed a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, marking his third rejection of congressionally approved legislation during his six years in office.
U.S. Army Reserve Captain establishes HIV/AIDS clinic in his native Uganda.
The government will not pursue federal civil rights charges against George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin three years ago.
Ten students at Connecticut's Wesleyan University and two visitors were hospitalized Sunday from "complications" arising from the use of the drug Molly or alcohol.
Nearly 30 people were injured, four critically, when a commuter train hit a truck on the tracks and derailed in Ventura County on Tuesday morning, throwing passengers around inside the train.
A Florida woman is accused of beating her daughter, then sending her to middle school wearing a T-shirt that said, in handwritten text, that she had gotten a "good woopin" for getting bad grades.
Winter storm alerts stretched 2,000 miles from California to North Carolina early Monday, as a mix of snow, freezing rain and sleet canceled more than 1,000 flights and closed hundreds of schools.
A video was released from terror group Al-Shabaab calling for attacks on shopping malls in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, how worried should shoppers be?
70 years ago, this iconic photo was taken of 6 members of the armed forces at Iwo Jima.
First grade teacher donates kidney to one of her students.
The battle over funding the Homeland Security Department comes into sharp focus after new threats. Tracie Potts reports.
Kentucky police department issues APB for "Queen Elsa", blaming the Disney character for the recent frigid weather.
Michigan rescue group steps in to care for five horses found starving in barn where a sixth pony had already frozen to death.
90-year-old Harry Stewart shot down German warplanes in World War II, but was denied work as a pilot after the war because of the color of his skin.
New streaming service offers cable alternative.
U.S. military announces plan to retake Iraqi city of Mosul.