Members of a Kansas group hold a prayer vigil for undocumented immigrant children temporarily housed at Fort Sill Army Post.
Water woes for the Jefferson County town of Ryan continue on Friday as residents there brace for a potentially long weekend without water.
The Wichita Falls Fire Department welcomed new members on Friday evening, including its first female firefighter since 2011, during its 60th Annual Academy Graduation Ceremony.
Graham residents will have another chance at making the city "wet" after enough signatures are collected to put the issue back on the ballot in the upcoming election.
A 28-year-old woman is dead after police say her car collided with a tow truck head on.
If you have ever walked into the Walgreens at 9th and Brook in Wichita Falls you know the kindness of Fran Perry.
In this drought and scorching hot weather, drinking water is the number one priority, but it's also in high demand for other reasons such as cooling off. This year, public pools that are open are seeing that demand peaking every day as crowds come to seek relief from the heat.
Friday marks a quarter century since a very dark day in Wichita Falls history.
A teacher at Kindercare Learning Center says she wanted her students to witness the most important day of her life.
Altus is continuing to encourage residents to conserve as they continue to look at options to increase their water supply.
Altus appointed a temporary city manager on Thursday at a special city council meeting.
A woman in Altus was flown to Oklahoma City for treatment after a vicious dog attack on Wednesday.
Can you remember the last time you paid a dollar for a gallon of gas?
A Wichita Falls native and her daughters were featured in a Today Show segment about parents who raise generous and caring children.
A janitor at the school in Crowell lost his job and was placed on probation after he was caught on hidden camera taking money that kids had collected at fundraisers.
What started out as routine maintenance around Holliday Creek by Wichita Falls street crews quickly turned into a dangerous situation Thursday morning.
Extremely high temperatures are expected to last through the weekend and this heat can cause some serious health problems or worse.
As area lakes continue to shrink, Wichita Falls city officials are doing all they can to lessen the long term impacts of the relentless drought that has plagued Texoma since the end of 2010
Wichita Falls health officials are helping businesses spread the word about the city's new smoking ordinance.
Four days after Wilbarger General Hospital's CEO resigned, a hospital official says the hospital board has found a replacement.
Oklahoma authorities are still searching for an escaped inmate from the Granite State Reformatory north of Altus.
There are a number of ways you can help make sure county deputies and firefighters lost in the line of duty are remembered.
The Kitchen is hosting its second annual Phone-A-Thon tonight.
Thirteenth Congressman Mac Thornberry says immigrant children should no longer be housed at Department of Defense facilities.
Three city of Wichita Falls employees continue to recover after being attacked by Africanized Killer Bees.
Wichita Falls/Wichita County Public Health District officials say after confirmed cases of West Nile in Dallas County, they're taking the necessary precautions to avoid the spread of West Nile in our area.
The World War II Airborne Demonstration Team is mourning the loss of a team member.
Wichita Falls long time local Frances Hoepfner wanted to help as many people as possible in Pay It Forward.
The Farmer's Market in Wichita Falls could be getting some upgrades.
Montague County Sheriff Paul Cunningham turned a plot of county owned land into a garden, which is now providing fresh, free produce for residents in need.
As the Wichita Falls water reuse project enters its third week, another Texoma town is now looking into reusing its waste water.
Governor Rick Perry is planning to send 10,000 National Guard troops to the Texas border to help with border control.
The House Natural Resource Committee will hear testimony and discuss the Red River Private Property Protection Act, which was proposed by 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry.
Two Georgetown men were arrested during the traffic stop.
Rebecca Hiller is charged with engaging in organized criminal activity for forgery.
A Wichita Falls woman is urging everyone who can -- to give the gift of life. And, her plea is very personal.
Last week's good rain is helping one Texoma town's water situation.
Roll clouds are a rare and beautiful phenomenon that have been observed all around the world, including Texoma.
Home Depot gives woman who battled burglars a new lawnmower; dentist offers to repair tooth broken in brawl. Geena Martinez reports
A Saint Jo police police officer is under investigation after a high school student told school officials he had stopped her on more than one occasion, and that he'd been following her outside the city limits.
Investigators say two dozen suspects have been arrested in a North Texas human trafficking sting related to sex and juveniles.
Tarrant County Public Health has confirmed a resident has tested positive for measles after traveling outside of the state.
President Obama's controversial Affordable Care Act is in the spotlight once again after two courts ruled differently over a key provision surrounding subsidies.
Employment changes coming to laboratory, respiratory care and central services at United Regional.
The Wichita Falls Area Food Bank is now dishing out vouchers to qualifying seniors to get free produce at area farmers markets.
Interviews are now underway to find a new chief executive officer of Wilbarger General Hospital.
Work is underway to revitalize the most recognizable building in Downtown Wichita Falls.
Despite efforts to make sure every drop counts, dry conditions continue to take a toll on landscaping in Texoma.
A Wichita Falls man who helped found Squid Soap in 2005 is in trouble with the law again. This time for allegedly forging his father's signature to get $46,000 in loans.
What started as a routine traffic stop lands two Wichita Falls people behind bars early Tuesday morning.
Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday that talks aimed at a seven-day humanitarian cease-fire in the Gaza Strip are bogged down in disagreement over "some terminology."
An Ohio veteran is fighting a local ordinance that threatens the "therapy ducks" that he claims help ease his PTSD. Harrison Hove reports.
Man who lost daughter in crash caused by his ex-wife's drunk driving records heart-wrenching graveside video. Brittney Johnson reports.
A passenger jet that crashed after vanishing over west Africa was likely brought down by bad weather, French officials said Friday.
The Departments of Transportation and Health & Human Services announce joint effort to prevent children from being left in hot cars. Chris Clackum reports.
Heavily armed carjacking suspects lead Colorado police on wild multi-vehicle chase. Steve Staeger reports.
Wisconsin mom accused of taking her three young children along on burglary. Katie Crowther reports.
Family removed from Southwest Airlines plane after tweeting about gate agent's rude behavior. A.J. Lagoe reports.
Mourning continues in the Netherlands, as the drum beat for tougher sanctions and greater access to the crash site gets louder. Tracie Potts reports.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has announced his resignation.
An Islamist militant group with ties to Syria may be planning an attack in Norway within days, a top security official warned Thursday.
A commercial jetliner carrying 116 people crashed on Thursday after adjusting its route due to a storm and vanishing in western Africa, an official said. It was the third major aviation disaster in a week.
Elderly Florida man attacked by nude neighbor. Christy Andrews reports.
Man adjusts to life without the 200 pound tumor that nearly crippled him. Rachelle Murcia reports.
A commercial plane crashed in heavy rain in Taiwan Wednesday, with local reports saying at least 40 people were killed.
9/11 commission issues new recommendations for preventing future terrorist attacks. Jay Gray reports.
Ukrainian separatists hand over bodies of Malaysia Airlines passengers as EU considers sanctions against Russia. Steve Handelsman reports.
Manhattan real estate heir Robert Durst accused of urinating on candy display in Texas drug store. Amanda Perez reports.
Huge explosion rocks Texas neighborhood; three occupants injured. Courtney Gilmore reports.
Secretary of State John Kerry is in the Middle East trying to hammer out a cease-fire agreement between Israel and Hamas, as the fighting continues. Tracie Potts reports.
The Federal Aviation Administration has told all U.S. airlines that flights to Israel’s Tel Aviv airport are prohibited for 24 hours after a rocket from Gaza landed in the area.
New law severely limits "full contact" practice for middle and high school players. Tony Botti reports.
15-year-old Abby Hernandez,l missing for nine months, has been reunited with her family. Chris Rose reports.
Tracking of Great White sharks reveals surprising facts. John Rogers reports.
New device helps disabled athletes take part in triathlons. Victoria Johnson reports.
Four Seasons Hotels tops J.D.Power's list of top choices.
Man attempts to run 3,600 miles across the U.S. to raise money for 9/11 firefighters. Matt Renoux reports.
President Obama calls for pro-Russia Ukrainian separatists to open site of Malaysia Airlines crash. Steve Handelsman reports.
Police officer and Good Samaritan pull elderly man from tracks moment before train speeds by. Randy Escamilla reports.
As the international investigators are struggling to get access to the Malaysian Plane crash site, many wonder how much evidence has been tampered with or lost. Danielle Leigh reports.
Searchers hope to find plane that crashed into Lake Champlain in 1971. Jack Thurston reports.
For many disabled veterans, it's impossible for them to hike or even walk because their wheelchairs can't make it over the rough terrain, but a new Zoom power chair is changing that. Melissa Kenison reports.
FAA investigates hot air balloon's dramatic crash landing. Jeff Saperstone reports.
Star of 'Maverick,' 'The Rockford Files' Dead at 86
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered Israel's military to prepare for a "significant expansion" of the ground operation in the Gaza Strip on Friday.
Intercepted phone calls purportedly between Russian military intelligence officers and members of a pro-Russian separatist group that appear to capture the moment the rebels realized the plane they shot down was a civilian passenger plane could be the smoking gun that helps prove Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed Ukraine by the insurgents.
President Barack Obama said Friday that at least one American citizen was killed in the crash of a Malaysian Airlines passenger jet near the border of Ukraine and Russia.
International investigators hope to begin their search for the cause of a passenger jet crash in a war-torn region of the Ukraine. Brian Mooar reports.
Workers hired to clean out a vacant house in Florida, threw out what they thought was a mannequin. Turns out, it was a body! Candace McCowan reports.
The White House is on lockdown due to an unattended package on the north fence line, according to a Secret Service official.
Israeli military has launched ground operation in the Gaza Strip.
Hundreds of people, mostly strangers, gathered at Forest Oaks Park Wednesday to show their support for the six members of the Stay family shot killed inside their home last week. Phillip Mena reports.
Doctors have been prescribing Niacin for decades but new research suggests Niacin may contribute to early deaths. Erika Edwards reports.
A bank robbery goes horribly wrong after three gunman take hostages and police on a chase with bullets flying, leaving one hostage and two suspects dead. Richard Sharp reports.
A central Kentucky family says the V-A hospital in Lexington made a major mix-up when it declared their loved one dead-- when he was actually alive.
A bunch of guys got together in Oregon to videotape a 9 man pool dunk with a fiery finally. Katherine Cook reports.
President Obama is trying to use U.S. influence to calm to areas of conflict. Brian Mooar reports.
Malaysia Airlines jetliner with 295 people on board was shot out of the sky over Ukraine on Thursday by a surface-to-air missile, U.S. officials told NBC News.
Activist journalist Jose Antonio Vargas has been released by Border Control after being detained at the airport on Monday. Alex Stockwell reports.
California water regulators have voted to approve fines up to $500 a day for residents who waste water on lawns, landscaping and car washing.