Hundreds of kids must surely be in the Christmas spirit now after catching up with Santa Claus on Tuesday evening in Harrell park.
The Wichita Falls Independent School District is one step closer to developing a bond proposal.
It's been a bumpy start for the new Wichita Falls travel center but they have started to get some of the problems worked out.
Some Wichita Falls police officers will soon be riding around in new vehicles.
Another local business is set to start tapping into the Wichita Falls water supply.
New businesses that will soon open on Lawrence Road are expected to increase traffic on the already busy street.
Don't let Tuesday's beautiful sunshine and warm temperatures fool you, Ice and snow could soon be hitting the streets of Texoma.
A school project for Wichita Falls art students will soon spread some Christmas cheer to hundreds of clients of The Kitchen.
The City of Wichita Falls is getting the word out about a change that's coming to the water department drive-thru window.
Restoration continues on a historic home in Wichita Falls that always entertains this time of year.
A body found over the holiday weekend is positively identified as an elderly man who went missing near Seymour in October.
A former Altus man is now behind bars in connection with the 2001 disappearance of his wife.
A wanted sex offender out of New York who'd taken up a new identity is now behind bars in Comanche County.
The Lawton Police Department is needing help in identifying a suspect.
Consumer Reports and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have found several strollers that could pose a risk of strangulation.
A *WINTER STORM WATCH* is now in effect as forecasters believe a potent winter storm is headed to Texoma.
My friends from Sesame Street stopped by to help me do the weather this morning.
Wichita Falls Police are investigating an early morning shooting.
Wichita Falls police say a man is charged with stealing thousands of dollars from dozens of people across the United States.
A Wichita Falls woman is accused of abusing her one year old daughter and wondering whether or not satan could be responsible.
Now that the biggest shopping weekend of the year is behind local retailers, preps are underway for what could be another shopping rush this week.
The Humane Society of Wichita County says nearly all of some seized Chihuahua's the shelter recently received have found forever homes.
Family and friends are preparing to pay their final respects to a Wichita Falls business man who was known for providing service with a smile.
Another Texoma town is now under stage four water restrictions.
The body of an elderly Garland man missing since early October may have been found near Seymour over the holiday weekend.
Cyber Monday sales are expected to smash all kinds of online records as more people shop online this year.
The National Weather Service is watching all computer models closely to figure out what will happen Wed-Fri.
Engines were revving Sunday to raise money to help needy kids this holiday season.
Every year I.D.E.A WF hosts a contest for local entrepreneurs who are looking to take their business idea to the next level.
A multi-vehicle crash near the Wise and Montague County lines diverts highway traffic for hours.
More local abused and neglected children will soon be able to be helped by a CASA, thanks to a grant from the Texas Bar Foundation.
Even though it's too soon to know the economic impact of the biggest shopping weekend retailers are saying they had record breaking numbers Friday.
Families can take their children to go see Santa Claus and help those in need at the same time.
As Texomans head home after a long day of Black Friday shopping, many are now looking forward to Christmas, and putting all those presents under the tree.
Through Christmas Eve you will now hear the sound of bells outside more Wichita Falls stores.
The Salvation Army's Angel Tree is now available inside Sikes Senter Mall and four other Wichita Falls businesses.
Some Wichita Falls shoppers who were looking for those doorbuster deals from Thanksgiving night were actually out of luck.
After your Thanksgiving meal, you may feel a little stuffed, that's why the YMCA jumped in to help people get a start on control those extra holiday pounds.
If you didn't feel like braving the Black Friday lines Friday, you can hit the streets in Wichita Falls Saturday for your shopping fix.
A Texoma holiday tradition is right around the corner. The 34th annual Christmas Tour of Homes combines holiday cheer and history while raising money for a good cause.
If you need some motivation to stay in shape after your Thanksgiving meal, The YMCA has an event you can train for.
A woman is found crying in the middle of a Wichita Falls street after a man allegedly punches her and her son.
It's one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Black Friday is known to have folks lining up early in the morning. But, the new shopping trend, “Gray Thursday,” had early morning shoppers confused by the calm.
An act of kindness caught shoppers by surprise at a Houston, Texas grocery store.
Christmas is at the River Bend Nature Center. Electricritters lighted scenes will greet you along the trail and in the conservatory
The Wichita Falls area food bank is asking for your help in replenishing what was stolen from them.
Here is a look at this weeks Kids Caster.
Thanksgiving may be winding down but some Texomans are gearing up for a long night of bargain hunting.
A Wichita Falls neighborhood started its thanksgiving this morning by trotting through the streets of their community.
Hundreds of Thanksgiving Day meals are enjoyed in Vernon.
President Obama defends the Affordable Care Act by promoting benefits already being seen.
On CBS's "60 Minutes" Sunday night, Bezos said the ecommerce site is testing a program where drones will deliver packages weighing up to five pounds in 30 minutes.
Court rules city is eligible to file Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
The influential Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has just released its much-awaited triennial study of global education systems, and once again, the U.S. earns bad grades.
They floated down from the sky Sunday — 2,000 mice, wafting on tiny cardboard parachutes over Andersen Air Force Base in the U.S. territory of Guam.
Right to life group in eastern Iowa encouraging people not to donate to the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign because of its stance on abortion.
PETA under fire for graphic images of a lab cat posted on the side of city buses in Madison, Wisconsin.
A new machine called a Fibroscan is a timely and welcome alternative to a needle biopsy as diseases of the liver increase.
As federal investigators continue their investigation into Sunday's New York train crash, there are questions as to why the train was going so fast.
A Man steals Victoria Clipper from Seattle dock in Washington.
Florida man sets sail this morning on record breaking journey around the world.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear a challenge to ObamaCare brought by a Virginia-based Christian university
Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department investigators said early Sunday that “speed was a factor” in the single-car collision that took the life of actor Paul Walker and friend Roger Rodas over the weekend.
President Barack Obama lauded “extraordinary" progress towards eradicating HIV/AIDS Monday and promised further U.S. investment to find a cure for the disease.
Using your cell phone or other mobile device during holiday shopping doesn't have to leave you vulnerable to cyber-thieves.
Online holiday shopping and taking time off from work can bring lots of spam and emails. How can you put a stop to them before they get overwhelming?
Denver police officer looking at cruiser computer slams into parked vehicle.
The Metro-North commuter train that derailed in the Bronx — killing four people and injuring dozens — was traveling at a "harrowing" 82 mph as it hit a curve where the limit was 30 mph, officials said Monday.
Ninety year-old California woman celebrates birthday with sky dive.
The White House says the much maligned HealthCare.gov website is now operating smoothly.
Black Friday is a day for deals, and maybe working off some of that turkey you had on Thanksgiving. As folks push through the crowds looking for a bargain or that perfect present.
One of the most challenging ski events at the Winter Olympics has to be moguls.
Will weather keep the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade balloons grounded?
Final Thanksgiving preparations are underway in kitchens across the U.S.; travelers battle wintry weather to get to their seat at the table.
This week's theatrical movie releases, including "Frozen" and "Homefront" starring Jason Statham.
Surveys find most shoppers aren't in favor of retailers opening on Thanksgiving Day.
Dash-cam rolls as New Jersey cop pulls woman from burning car.
Longview Police have arrested a man after a stabbing attack at a hospital left one nurse dead, another hospital employee critically injured and three visitors wounded.
Thanksgiving travel and wintry weather are on a collision course this year.
Parents, don't fight for these toys on Black Friday. Risks of choking, deafening or lead poisoning earned these toys slots on a "dangerous toys of the year" list.
The Supreme Court is decided to take on cases that challenge the aspects of the Affordable Care Act.
ObamaCare may have backfired in its goal of making smoking so expensive that users quit, public health experts say, as sky-high insurance premiums force smokers to drop coverage altogether and lose smoking cessation programs along with it.
Reaction to new nuclear deal is mixed in Washington.
Unexpected consequence of Affordable Care Act could hurt hospitals treating low income patients.
Newtown shooter Adam Lanza had no clear motive according to a long-awaited report on last December's shooting released Monday.
The dos and don'ts when deep frying a turkey.
Unruly passenger, who was removed from a plane in Atlanta, shouts "There's a bomb on the plane!," as officers remove him.
Will cell phone calls soon be allowed on passenger flights?
It's a dangerous new trend, People are eating cotton balls as a way to stay full and lose weight.
This week's theatrical movie releases, including "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "Delivery Man" starring Vince Vaughn.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland looks at apps designed to help you find the best deals on Black Friday.
If you've been thinking about quitting smoking, today is the day!
New report finds most Americans carrying private insurance will be eligible for government subsidies under Obamacare.
Microsoft's eagerly awaiting new gaming systems goes on sale at midnight.
Senate Democrats bowled over Republicans on Thursday to win approval for a highly controversial rule change which would limit the GOP's ability to block nominees, in a move Republicans called a "raw power grab."
Several World War II medals mistakenly donated to a Florida Goodwill store are returned to their rightful owner.
Elementary school student suspended for snorting candy, something experts say is a growing trend.
Detroit homeowner uses CPR dummies dressed as gang members to discourage burglars.
A 6-year-old's birthday party at an indoor gym turns ugly when a family fight breaks out on tape.
Shoppers are already lining up for Black Friday deals.