At least one person is dead after a semi collided with a Central Texas overpass late Thursday morning, causing a beam to come crashing down onto vehicles on Interstate 35.
U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry's representatives will host an annual event for students interested in attending the United States Service Academies.
After a long battle with colon cancer, Archer City Police Chief Joe Burton passed away Wednesday night at Hospice in Wichita Falls.
The Texas Water Development Board has just announced the Windthorst Water Supply Corporation will receive a half million dollar forgivable loan that is classified as urgent due to the drought.
In Jacksboro, more than 100 firefighters battle a three alarm blaze early Thursday morning.
In recent years, the Public Health District and other organizations, have pushed for a healthier community. From anti-smoking measures to campaigns to reduce obesity and heart disease, is it actually showing results?
A Wichita Falls man who bonded out of jail earlier in the day is arrested again hours later, accused of punching his girlfriend in the face.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin is surveying the damage caused by the tornadoes.
The slow start to the nation's tornado season came to a violent end Wednesday, when tornadoes raked through Oklahoma during its evening rush hour, killing one person near Tulsa and injuring others.
Here are a few aerial images from Moore, Oklahoma this morning, capturing the tornado damage.
An MSU student wanted to help out her classmate trying to earn a double degree while working at the same time.
Students certainly understand the pressure that comes along with standardized testing as do parents and teachers.
Science Club students bust out the duct tape after their first successful fundraiser.
Sorry to say for steak lovers, beef prices are rising and won't fall for a while.
A Central Texas college student has been reported missing after not returning home following a spring break trip to South Padre Island.
A Wichita Falls man is thankful to be alive after suffering a stroke inside the Archer County Detention Center over the weekend on a DWI charge.
A Wichita County man accused along with four other men of sexually assaulting four Electra girls in April 1999, is back in jail.
Around 600 people attended the funeral service of a 10-year-old Comanche girl who was accidentally shot by her brother last week.
A former University of Oklahoma student who led a racist chant apologized Wednesday in his first public comments since a video of the chant was released earlier this month.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who left his post in Afghanistan in 2009 and was held captive by the Taliban for five years, was charged Wednesday with desertion and endangering fellow soldiers, commanders said.
We now know the names of the businesses that have a shot at winning their share of $70,000 in cash and prizes through this year's I.D.E.A WF competition.
An Oklahoma man is accused of raping and assaulting three teens while holding them captive at his home over a span of two years.
The debate over vaccinating children came to the Texas state capitol Tuesday. Lawmakers discussed legislation that, if passed, would make finding out which students opted out of vaccines easier.
El Reno school officials say underground storm shelters at all the schools, but one, should be ready to go by next week.
A woman previously charged with abandoning or endangering a child is back in jail now for violating the terms of her probation.
A man wanted in Wichita and Clay counties has now been arrested.
The Texas senate is expected to debate a bill which would lower the franchise, or business tax.
One more of those involved in the 2013 murder of Australian baseball player Chris Lane, is now sentenced.
Two men are arrested late Tuesday night after a traffic stop in City View.
The City of Vernon is in the red hundreds of thousands of dollars and, for the first time, residents heard details from a recent audit.
Wichita Falls Fire investigators are working to determine what caused a home to catch fire in the Tanglewood neighborhood Tuesday evening.
A Wichita Falls man is sentenced to prison on Tuesday afternoon for violating his probation after prosecutors say he kidnapped and sexually assaulted his ex-girlfriend and then led authorities on a week-long manhunt last year.
Three Fort Worth firefighters were hospitalized Monday, and a police officer narrowly escaped serious injury, when a driver crashed into a police squad car and a fire truck at the scene of a prior crash.
An Electra man, who has previous convictions for evading arrest, leads about ten Wichita County and Electra patrol cars on a wild chase around and through the city before crashing into a concrete culvert.
The Faith Refuge career program has been helping Texoma women find jobs and get back on track financially for the past here. We caught up with one student who says the program has changed her life.
About 130 years of Wilbarger County history is finally coming together thanks to a lot of volunteers and donations, and efforts of one man preserving the past.
City leaders will meet Tuesday evening to discuss the city's financial crisis and the steps they need to take to avoiding filing for bankruptcy.
UPDATE: The boil order in Bowie has been lifted.
Police tase a Wichita Falls man wanted for possession of a controlled substance before arresting him Monday night.
Police are looking for a man they say attacked a Wichita Falls woman while she was taking her trash out.
The Wichita Falls Boys and Girls Club will host a charity basketball tournament this Saturday, March 28th for a 14-year-old boy fighting brain cancer.
In the first day that Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is an official presidential candidate, his campaign raised $500,000.
Three military members with North Texas addresses are on an online ISIS hit list, complete with names, addresses and even photos.
A cow in Northeast Texas has apparently defied great odds and given birth to four calves that have been named Eeny, Meeny, Miny and Moo.
A local man is behind bars for threatening his roommates with a hatchet.
You're invited to a weekend baby shower, but it doesn't require diapers and onesies!
Dozens of artists will come together March 27th and 28th for the Cowboy True art exhibit, dinner, and auction at the MPEC.
Faith in the Falls brings in funds to help those in need.
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed a Wichita Falls attorney to fill the Wichita County 89th district judge position left empty after the unexpected death of Judge Mark Price in February.
A Comanche County woman faces one first degree murder charge after her two year old foster son died Sunday evening.
By now most people have seen or heard of the graphic anti-smoking ads from the Centers for Disease Control.
The co-pilot of the crashed Germanwings plane appears to have "intentionally" brought the plane down while his captain was locked out of the cockpit and banging to be let back in, prosecutors said Thursday.
Missouri women charged with child abuse after allegedly keeping neglected 10-year-old boy locked in basement.
Police officer's body camera rolls as he rescues 3-year-old from burning home.
Running a marathon in perfect health is a challenging task, but imagine how difficult it would be without the ability to see.
Utah dog owner finds meatballs stuffed with pills in his yard.
Intense flooding caused an evacuated tourist bus to collapse into a sinkhole and get washed away by rapid floodwater.
Two Fresno, California mothers have been arrested after entering a middle school cafeteria and confronting two students accused of bullying their children.
It took a pair of powerful pachyderms to keep a stranded big rig from tipping over on a Louisiana highway.
A team of Spanish researchers say they had discovered a 4,200-year-old skeleton of a woman with what Egyptian authorities are calling the world's oldest evidence of breast cancer, Reuters reported.
ROME — Italy's highest court was reviewing the murder conviction of Amanda Knox on Wednesday, a process which could set up an extradition battle between Italy and the United States.
The Federal Aviation Administration releases new guidelines to speed up permits for commercial drones.
Special military unit returns to Maryland after working to stop the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
Utah's governor signed a bill Monday that brings back firing squads as a potential way to execute some death row prisoners.
President Obama announced Tuesday that the U.S. will keep nearly 10,000 troops in Afghanistan through the end of the year, hitting pause on the scheduled drawdown after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani voiced security concerns.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday announced the U.S. will not reduce troop levels in Afghanistan by the end of 2015, despite the president's previous pledge to cut the number by half.
A new study reveals the pay gap between male and female nurses has not narrowed over time.
Investigators in Alaska are "very confident" that human remains found over the weekend are those of a family of four who went missing last year, but they are still waiting for confirmation from a medical examiner, police said Monday.
Pennsylvania school tells students all prom dresses must be submitted for pre-approval this year.
Driver considers court action after being denied custom "LGBTALY" license plate.
Time has diminished their bodies but not their memories of the fight.
Missouri Boy Scout troop rescues man trapped in muddy river bank.
Obamacare turns five years old Monday.
A study of ultrasound scans is revealing how the development of unborn babies can be affected when their mothers smoke during pregnancy.
Suspect shot and killed after attacking New Orleans TSA agents with wasp spray and machete.
Multimillionaire murder suspect Robert Durst had $117,000 in cash mailed to his New Orleans hotel room, where investigators also found a map of Cuba, an investigator testified Monday during a bail hearing.
Police in Boulder, Colorado say a 12-year-old girl attempted to poison her mother for taking away her iPhone.
Police said Monday that they could not substantiate the claim of a gang rape at a fraternity house made by a University of Virginia student in an explosive Rolling Stone story last fall.
Dan Murphy was surfing Cardiff By-the-Sea when a wiggly little creature jumped on his board and crawled up his back.
Hundreds gather to honor victims of the Oso, Washington landslide on the first anniversary of the tragedy.
Dog lovers, give your little furry friend an extra hug and treat today. Monday is National Puppy Day.
Asia Ford is on a journey to become a healthier version of herself. While doing so, she decided to participate in a 10K, but got a little help from someone encouraging.
A 22-month-old is brought back to life after 90 minutes with no pulse.
New app "Roadie" teams up with Waffle House to offer extremely unique delivery service.
A Washington, D.C., FBI agent was charged Friday with stealing heroin obtained in undercover investigations and using it to get high.
Early evidence suggests an experimental drug may help slow memory loss in people who may be in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease but who have not yet been diagnosed.
Millions of Americans are digging out from snow on this, the first day of spring.
The Obama administration unveils the first major nationwide safety restrictions on fracking.
Federal authorities are investigating the grisly discovery of the body of a man found hanging by a bed sheet Thursday morning in the Mississippi woods.
A pregnant woman who had her unborn fetus viciously cut from her womb pleaded for help with police in a chilling 911 call released by authorities Thursday.
Four suicide bombers hit a pair of crowded mosques in Yemen's capital of Sanaa on Friday, killing at least 137 people and injuring more than 300 others, officials told NBC News.
Sightings of the Northern Lights excited nature photographers and sparked a flurry of posts to social media Tuesday night.
National Urban League releases new "State of Black America" report.
A body pulled from a New Jersey river was identified Thursday as Wall Street Journal reporter David Bird, who vanished more than a year ago after leaving his home for a walk.
A 5-year-old boy confined to a hospital room due to a rare immune disorder is asking people to wear yellow in a show of support before his next operation — and the response on social media has been overwhelming, his family says.
ISIS purportedly claimed responsibility for the Tunisia museum massacre in an online audio recording posted on a website linked to the group, analysts said Thursday.
Officials with Carnival Cruise Lines said Wednesday afternoon information from the investigation into a report of a passenger overboard during a trip from Galveston, Texas, indicates the man did not fall, he jumped.
A University of South Carolina fraternity member was found dead at an off-campus home Wednesday, authorities said.
State police have launched an investigation after footage showing the violent arrest of a University of Virginia student sparked protests and prompted concern among top officials.
A former U.S. Air Force mechanic accused of attempting to join ISIS appeared Wednesday in a Brooklyn federal court, where he pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges.