Twelve children were transported to nearby hospitals Tuesday morning after a school bus tipped onto its side in Waxahachie, about 20 miles south of Dallas, Ellis County officials said.
Despite the drought, people enjoyed the hitting water at Lake Arrowhead on Labor Day.
Olive Garden for the 13th year in a row brought food to people in Wichita Falls who had to work on Labor Day.
Wichita Falls residents could soon be paying more in property taxes.
Dozens from the Wichita Falls community headed to the Hardin Administration Building lawn for the MSU carillon recital on Sunday.
A new fun activity for boys from kindergarten to 18 years old is coming to Wichita Falls.
The Department of Transportation is cracking down this holiday weekend and encouraging everyone to practice safe driving.
A historic building in downtown Wichita Falls should be reopened this time next year.
A downtown Wichita Falls staple is getting some upgrades.
One of Wichita Falls most precious resources was given away Saturday for a good cause.
Gas prices have been dropping since early August, just in time for drivers who are traveling for the Labor Day holiday.
Two California men were stopped in Wichita Falls on their way to Arlington, TX and found with over $74,000 worth of marijuana.
The 2014 AMMO Bowl Tournament has a special cause behind it this year.
A Duncan doctor accused of shooting his ex wife's boyfriend in the leg is found not guilty.
For nearly fifty years of dedicated service to Camp Fire we honor Bettye Ricks with the Spirit of Texoma award.
Seeding Operations and Atmospheric Research officials are optimistic the second part of the cloud seeding contract with the city of Wichita Falls will go well.
Detectives are asking area business representatives to pay close attention to the cash they get from customers.
DPS is cracking down on drivers this labor day weekend, after seeing a sky rocketing numbers of DWI arrests last year.
Students from what was once Zundy and Barwise junior high schools are now joined together as Barwise Leadership Academy.
Investigators have released a preliminary report in a deadly plane crash that killed a father and his young son near Bowie earlier this month.
Police are investigating a crash that happened Friday morning at 32nd Street and Travis.
Although Michael Hopkins joined the Electra Police Department as deputy chief, he says he has always performed the duties of the department's top cop.
Wichita County Sheriff's Office officials say a man who led them on a high speed chase and had to be tased is now being treated at United Regional, and he will soon be booked into jail.
Longtime detective Tony Fox retired this afternoon after more than 25 years with Wichita Falls Police Department.
Some cell phone users can now text 9-1-1 if they need help.
Four Wichita Falls Police Department employees are hanging their hats as they move into retirement.
The drought has resulted in the death of thousands of trees across Texoma.
Robert Sanchez led officers on a chase starting on Taft and ending on Elmwood Circle.
With possible rain chances in the near future, homeowners are going to take advantage of any rain that may fall over Texoma to keep their landscape alive.
After a two month break officials say a plane began shooting flares over Baylor County around 3 Thursday afternoon.
The Champions for Kids non-profit is giving away a total of $40,000 and you can help Read2Learn with the click of a button.
One month after 5 teens were involved in a fatal car crash on Kell, police now have a cause as the case is referred to the grand jury.
The Texas Department of State Health Services laboratory has confirmed that a pool of mosquitoes from Wichita Falls has tested positive for West Nile Virus.
Candidates for Texas Senate District 28 debate in Lubbock. Early voting for special election begins next week.
It's probably not something tax payers would say they often see, but property owners in the WFISD are about to see a tax decrease.
After taking office in May, Sue Howell turns in letter of resignation as Electra Place 3 City Commissioner.
A long time resident of Wichita Falls who attended Zundy Jr. High wanted to Pay it Forward to the school and help a teacher.
WFPD dispatchers say accidental 9-1-1 calls take up a lot of their time each year.
Sue Howell, Electra City Commissioner Place 3, has unexpectedly resigned and has released a statement.
Sheppard Air Force Base is honoring the legacy of Lieutenant Marco Tosi.
As tensions grow in Iraq and the continued threats of terrorist attacks against the United States, officials at Fort Sill want to be prepared for any type of emergency.
Big Tex's trademark drawl will once again welcome visitors to The State Fair of Texas.
Here is a look at the month long September weather forecast for Texoma.
Vernon residents will see some big changes in the coming months as commissioners adopt a stricter budget they say to keep the city afloat.
A commemoration service is set tomorrow for an Italian Air Force pilot killed 13- years ago in Texoma.
Students in Burkburnett schools can expect changes this school year as district officials get ready for a new digital era in the way they teach.
Wichita Falls ISD teachers could soon be getting more green in their paychecks.
After a two month break, cloud seeding will soon start up again in Wichita Falls.
The Giving Comfort tour has been traveling around bringing encouragement to cancer patients and they stopped in Wichita Falls on Tuesday.
An accident has caused the closure of a road and power to go out near Sheppard Air Force Base.
Recently adopted dog alerts sleeping family when fire breaks out. Nancy Amons reports.
Strange formation at bottom of Utah irrigation pond baffles farmers and scientists. John Hollenhorst reports.
Massachusetts Air National Guard confirms pilot was killed in fighter jet crash in remote Virginia forest Wednesday. Justin Michaels reports.
SUV plows into Seattle hair salon, pinning mother and child. Gary Chittim reports.
Virginia woman receives $91,000 monthly power bill. Kelly Avellino reports.
Hidden energy costs can inflate your electricity bill. Chris Clackum reports.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland shares some of his favorite new apps.
Five people claiming they were brutalized by police during recent protests in Ferguson, Missouri file $40-million lawsuit. Mike Rush reports.
South Carolina man arrested after "bizarre and dangerous joyride" high on inhalants. Dianne Gallagher reports.
Secret agent thriller "The November Man" hits theaters this weekend. Mark Barger has more.
Possible Ebola vaccine fast-tracked for human trials as epidemic continues to spread in West Africa. Erika Edwards reports.
Comedian Joan Rivers was rushed to a New York hospital after she stopped breathing during a surgery on her throat, WNBC reported Thursday.
Oklahoma police department uses a dummy dubbed "Waldo" to cut down on speeders. Chellie Mills reports.
Hurricanes churning in both the Atlantic and Pacific are causing high surf conditions along the coasts. Mark Barger reports.
Utah couple's hectic roadside birth captured in 911 recordings. Andrew Adams reports.
Arizona firearms instructor killed while showing 9-year-old girl how to fire an automatic weapon. Jay Gray reports.
Omaha police say "COPS" audio supervisor was caught in crossfire during armed robbery shootout. Joe Chiodo reports.
New apps help students manage their schedules and study habits. Mark Barger reports.
Idaho inmate leaps over razor-wire topped fence to escape county jail. Andrea Lutz reports.
A Texas father was found not guilty Wednesday of gunning down the man who killed his young sons in a drunken-driving accident.
Aid worker describes being held hostage for 93 days by Somali kidnappers. John Rogers reports.
Rare blue lobster finds a new home at the Maine State Aquarium. Sarah Delage reports.
Husband and wife plead guilty to "thrill killing" of Pennsylvania man answering a Craigslist ad. Valerie Tysanner reports.
9-year-old girl fatally shoots firearms instructor while firing fully-automatic Uzi. Sergio Avila reports.
Michigan native Douglas McAuthur McCain killed fighting for ISIS in Syria. Brian Mooar reports.
"Breaking Bad" and "Modern Family" win big at The Emmys. Stephanie Stanton reports.
The American Civil Liberties Union, The Guardian and The Oklahoma Observer file federal lawsuit after prison officials filtered what journalists could see during execution. Chellie Mills reports.
An appeal to garner support for Gaza which imitates the wildly popular ALS Ice Bucket Challenge but uses rubble and dirt instead of cold water is picking up steam on social media.
Experts recommend delaying middle and high school start times to better match natural sleep patterns of students. Erika Edwards reports.
ALS patient John Gregoire and his wife Linda say the social media phenomenon raising money for research has given them new hope. Amanda Hill reports.
Four Kentucky firefighters shocked, one critically, while assisting marching band with large-scale ice bucket challenge. Cedra Mayfield reports.
Lightning strikes an Idaho woman as she and her daughter record a passing storm. Liz Burch reports.
"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" hits theaters this weekend. Raphael Seth has more.
Congressional investigators say the Pentagon violated the law when it swapped five Taliban leaders for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was held prisoner in Afghanistan for five years.
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.