Following her retirement, after nearly forty years, in civil service on military installations all over the World, Anne Howe has spent the last twenty years helping pets.
Some people spend weeks coordinating costumes designed to shock and awe while others are a bit more last minute.
Deron Royster was found guilty of three counts of assault of a public servant.
WFPD wants you to have a safe Halloween by making sure sex offenders are in compliance and by offering some Halloween safety tips.
After a search that included helicopters, horses, and a canine team, a man wanted out of Wise County was arrested Thursday night in Montague County.
We profile the crew that works to ensure folks' final resting places are just right.
A Wichita Falls woman is in the Wichita County jail after police say claimed to be a nurse, ordering several prescription drugs.
A candle light vigil tonight in Wichita Falls helped light up the night with hope for victims of domestic violence.
Johan van der Colff IV died of injuries he suffered following an October 4 helicopter crash in downtown Wichita Falls.
Congressman Mac Thornberry spoke with a room packed full of MSU students Thursday morning.
Welding students at Carrigan Career and Technical Center are learning a valuable trade.
Tony Fox, a retired WFPD detective, gave his deposition in the case against Jerry Joe Garza. Fox will not be able to travel to Garza's trial, for which a change of venue was granted, because of health concerns.
Things are back to normal downtown after a major natural gas leak on Thursday morning forced the closure of several streets and businesses.
Dallas police say a woman who tried to shoplift $11 worth of frozen food from Wal-Mart threatened to infect an employee with HIV.
Two people are now charged in connection with thefts and attempted thefts of numerous batteries that power the weather and civil defense sirens around Wichita Falls.
Join Julie Coley as she takes a unique tour of Riverside Cemetery.
A Duncan teen is arrested for making threats against the high school.
An American Legion Rider suffering from stage 3 lung cancer wanted to Pay It Forward to a friend.
As one restaurant closes in Wichita Falls, construction is underway to open two new restaurants and city planning officials say other big changes, including one at United Regional, are also in the works.
In an effort to make every drop count many Texomans are turning to well water.
The Tennessee man found guilty of 4 counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child, 1 count of indecency with a child by contact has received his punishment.
Wichita County adults can start protecting themselves against the flu.
Wichita Falls police are searching for a suspect they believe robbed another person at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon.
A three car crash stalled traffic early Wednesday morning on Highway 79.
Police are searching for a driver who they say rolled into a ditch after hitting a light pole this morning
Three taken into custody on unrelated charges on Rifle Range Rd after authorities receive reports of gunshots
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin was on the move today campaigning for re-election.
The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health hosted a forum to help people in and around Duncan deal with grief after several recent tragedies.
A new app will help you and your family have a safe and fun Halloween as well as bring in lots of candy for your kids.
On Monday, we told you about a man charged in the theft of batteries from several utility poles that power the weather warning speakers and sirens in Wichita Falls.
When you head to the polls, you will not only be voting for new state leaders, but also a proposition that could improve Texas roads.
Investigators have determined electrical issues sparked a fire in Iowa Park Tuesday.
Campbell was found guilty of all five charges after an hour-long deliberation by jurors.
Goblins and ghosts that need to know the forecast should read this story.
Nurse Amber Vinson, now free of Ebola, thanks God, her doctors and family as she leaves Emory University Medical Center. Jay Gray reports.
The Plano Fire Department says a small passenger plane made an emergency landing on the fairway of a golf course at Prestonwood Country Club Monday evening.
Flight Paramedic Johan Van Der Colff will be remembered by family and friends this week.
Some Wichita Falls neighbors are steamed after a broken water line caused water to rush down their street.
If you have a dream of starting your own business now may be the time to make the dream come true with the next competition for I.D.E.A. Wichita Falls grants gearing up.
The democratic candidate for Lt. Governor in the Lone Star State rolled into Wichita Falls this evening.
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving an arson that happened at a downtown Burkburnett business almost two weeks ago.
A 45-year-old is dead after his Land Rover left the road Sunday night and rolled several times outside Lawton.
Life in prison is the sentence a Paris, Texas man received on Monday afternoon after being found guilty for the murder of a Texoma woman nearly 20 years ago.
The city of Graham tore down part of an old building in town in order to expand for a new business and visitors center.
An Army veteran got a big surprise in his daughter's kindergarten class Monday afternoon.
A petition to abolish the taxing district in Graham did not gain enough votes to go through, and Graham officials say they are pleased.
Next summer, Texomans will have a new place to splash around.
Ten brands of baby wipes are being recalled nationwide because they may be contaminated with bacteria.
The last team to play North Central Texas College's softball team has donated $20,000 to the victims of last month's deadly crash.
Find the voting guide for Wichita County here.
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo rocket plane exploded and crashed during a powered test flight on Friday, resulting in one fatality and one injury, authorities said.
Accused cop killer Eric Frein is in police custody following a massive 48-day manhunt. Jay Gray reports.
Colorado dad crafts elaborate costumes around his son's wheelchair. Steve Staeger reports.
Nurse Kaci Hickox continues to defy quarantine requests, claiming they are a violation of her civil rights.
Investigators believe Utah family of five was intentionally poisoned in their Springville home. Devon Dolan reports.
Longtime Boston mayor Tom Menino has died at the age of 71. Greg Wayland takes a look back at his legacy.
Emergency crews and police were rushing to an airport in Kansas after an airplane apparently plowed into a building.
Kaci Hickox took her campaign against an Ebola quarantine out for a spin on Thursday.
A man woke up in the middle of the night to find a stranger sleeping next to him early Saturday.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered all military personnel returning from Ebola response missions in West Africa to be held in a 21-day quarantine.
A rocket carrying a private unmanned spacecraft to the International Space Station exploded shortly after launch on Tuesday.
Texas 6-year-old battling rare cancer becomes an honorary State Trooper for a day. Dominique Sachse reports.
Texas officer arrested after offering to let woman out of ticket if he could "lick and smell" her feet. Mark Boyle reports.
Convenience store owner tosses cup of hot chili powder into the eyes of would-be robbers. Victoria Warren reports.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new, tweaked guidelines for how states should handle travelers from Ebola-affected countries.
Teen wounded in Friday's shooting rampage succumbs to her injuries. Tracie Potts reports.
Plasma transfusion appears to help Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer; nurse unhappy with mandatory quarantine. Jay Gray reports.
Gunman accused of killing two California deputies and wounding a third apprehended after breaking into occupied Auburn home. Mike Luery reports.
Large buck crashes through Iowa furniture store. Olivia Mancino reports.
Human remains found during the search for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham have been identified as those of the 18-year-old, officials said Friday.
Police are responding to a report of a shooting at a high school in Washington state. Police were seen escorting students from Marysville-Pilchuck High School, which was on lockdown.
Evenflo is recalling more than 202,000 rear-facing infant car seats.
Oklahoma man survives terrifying crash thanks to his car's headrest. Adam Snider reports.
Horror flick "Ouija" hits theaters this week. Raphael Seth has more.
Doctor in New York tests positive for Ebola.
A health care worker just back from West Africa is being isolated and checked for Ebola virus at New York’s Bellevue Hospital.
Mischievous toddler snakes his way inside claw game. Aaron Wright reports.
Family attorney describes leak of Michael Brown's autopsy "insult on top of injury". Leisa Zigman reports.
Woman named "Isis" says her name is causing problems following the rise of the militant army fighting to take over Iraq and Syria. Rachelle Murcia reports.
Being young and healthy helped Ashoka Mukpo pull through Ebola, but he’ll be weak for months, doctors who treated him said Wednesday.
U.S. health officials say they'll step up efforts to watch for Ebola even more by requiring travelers from affected countries to be actively monitored for three weeks.
Parents are encouraging houses offering non-food treats to display teal pumpkins so children with allergies will know it's safe to stop. Erika Edwards reports.
A soldier guarding the National War Memorial was shot and killed Wednesday in the Canadian capital of Ottawa,
Delivery men can't escape oncoming SUVs in horrific three vehicle crash.
Teen suffers fatal heart attack at Ohio haunted house. Jackie Congedo reports.
Police dash cam shows police holding a woman in at gunpoint after she and her husband were pulled over while speeding to the hospital. Jannay Towne reports.
The Obama administration announced Tuesday that all U.S.-bound travelers from three Ebola-stricken African countries will be required to fly into one of five airports that are conducting additional screening.
Nexstar's leader is honored for his contributions to the broadcast industry.
Indiana police on Monday named a suspect in custody in the killings of seven women whose bodies were found over the weekend, and they said he may be responsible for slayings as long as two decades ago.
Keene State College's annual pumpkin festival takes a violent and messy turn. John Moroney reports.
Parents demand Maine teacher be removed from school after she traveled to Dallas, but had no contact with anyone associated with the Ebola outbreak. Vivien Leigh reports.
Cross Country runner carries injured rival 300 feet in final race of their season. Krista Boehm reports.
Ebola themed Halloween costumes are generating controversy. Eddie Garcia reports.
Good Samaritan rushes into burning home to rescue elderly man.
A huge Pentagon parking lot remains closed and cordoned off, and a bus full of Marines is temporarily quarantined as medical personnel attempt to determine why a woman who boarded the bus suddenly became ill.
Man seen escorting Ebola patient onto plane with no protective gear sparks wave of interest and rumors, but there's an explanation. Valerie Hoff reports.
Highway honey spill leaves van covered in honey, then swarmed by bees. Bryan Anderson reports.
Police probing mysterious death of actress Misty Upham, who recently appeared in "August, Osage County and "Django Unchained". Natalie Swaby reports.
The first nurse to be infected with Ebola has been moved to the National Institutes of Health, as the government mobilizes efforts around the country to stop the deadly disease. Tracie Potts reports.
An Ohio bridal shop has been shut down as a precautionary measure after a weekend visit from Ebola-infected nurse Amber Vinson. Sara Shookman reports.