Meteorologists knew that May 31st, 2013 could be a big day for severe weather, including tornadoes.
As potential Stage Five water restrictions loom over Wichita Falls, local businesses are being proactive in their efforts to conserve the precious resource.
For more than three hours, Wichita Falls SWAT and negotiation teams worked to get Reynolds out of the apartment safely. The stand-off ended with no injuries. But one mother says she almost called first responders while trapped inside, scared for her baby's life.
Tuition at Vernon College is staying the same for the 2014 - 2015 school year, but that does not mean students won't have a slightly higher bill.
A Wichita Falls High School student is about to take on a rewarding job designed to help special education students.
What word would you like to see added to the Scrabble dictionary?
Wichita Falls city officials are planning for the city's future water supply.
Then there were six. We take a look at the remaining local entrepreneurs in this year's IDEA W.F. competition.
Two years ago, the Jack County attorney voted himself out of a job from lack of knowledge on election law, when he voted in the republican primary running for re-election as a democrat. Now the Young County attorney is in a similar situation.
Wichita Falls PD is wrapping things up with the standoff.
Austin music festival continues following drunk-driving crash that killed two fans and wounded nearly two dozen others.
Dozens attend vigil to remember those killed, pray for those still in the hospital after Thursday deadly crash at South By Southwest
Here is this weeks Kids Caster for Friday, March 14, 2014.
Minimum building code requirements not enough to stand up to strong tornadoes.
A Citibank spokesperson confirmed to KFDX Thursday morning that the corporation is closing some of its branches in Texas as part of its marketing strategy that focuses on larger cities.
The accomplice of Michael Ray, who last week was sentenced to life in prison without parole for stabbing to death his ex-girlfriend, Alyssa Wiles, will stay in juvenile detention for at least six more months.
The Wichita Falls Area Food Banks Produce Express program is serving up more than smiles in the community.
Nearly $2.5 million dollars in renovations continue at one of Wichita Falls' most historic buildings.
Dozens of out-of-state college students are foregoing spring break vacations in an effort to help a Wichita Falls family in need.
Four people were arrested after a narcotics search and arrest warrant was executed at a Wichita Falls home Wednesday.
Wichita Fall's animal control euthanasia rate has prompted the health department to present a new adoption program before city council Tuesday.
Robert Rios pleaded guilty to indecency with a child by contact.
We've been asking for your questions to ask Public Works Director Russell Schrieber and the Wichita Falls Utilities Operations Manager Daniel Nix about our water situation.
Services are set for a Wichita Falls man killed in a multi-vehicle crash on Central Freeway.
Clifton John Russell IV pleaded guilty to capital murder by terror threat or other felony in the death of "Mo" Ahmad.
A drunk driver on the run from police drove into a crowd of people at Austin's South-By-Southwest Festival overnight, killing at least two and injuring more 20.
Storm spotters are trained weather observers who relay important information about storms that radar can not.
The official start of spring is just over a week away, and with that warmer temperatures.
A Stephens County judge says two of the three teens accused in the murder of Australian baseball player, Chris lane in August, will go to trial.
Wichita Falls Municipal Court officials say they're happy with the results of this year's Great Texas Warrant Roundup despite clearing a fraction of the city's more than 12,000 outstanding warrants.
Statistics released from the Texas Department of Public Safety show the number of women getting Concealed Handgun Licenses in the state continues to increase.
James Skinner and Linda Green are each charged with theft of a firearm.
Two men were arrested Tuesday after drugs were found in their car.
The Wichita County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy will start on Thursday March 13.
Two of the three teens accused in the murder of Australian baseball player Chris Lane will go to trial charged with murder in the first degree.
The Cattle Baron's Style Show will be Friday night from 5:30 to 7:30 at Denim and Diamonds.
It's almost second nature to take a look at the radar. But how does it work?
City leaders in Cashion, the small community north of Sheppard Air Force Base, will soon be voting on a possible Airport Zoning Ordinance but first, they'll have to hear from their Cashion neighbors.
The Fuel Saving Initiative Team at Sheppard Air Force Base wrapped up two days of testing today on a project to save jet fuel.
Burkburnett begins constructing 28 water wells to provide another one million gallons of water per day to the city.
Horses that provide therapeutic riding through a Texoma non-profit to physically and mentally challenged children and wounded warriors will soon have a new home.
Wichita Falls water users should have recycled waste water coming to their homes and businesses in May.
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.
South bound I-44 is shut down early Tuesday morning as Wichita Falls Police investigate a fatality accident involving multiple vehicles near downtown.
Autopsy results for an Altus radio talk show host, who was shot and killed in January, reveal more details from the killing.
High winds. Hail. Even tornadoes. It's a part of life in Texoma every spring and despite the drought, severe weather can still happen.It's our weather team's job to communicate warnings to all of us.
The residents of Cashion will have an opportunity to voice their opinions on a possible airport zoning ordinance.
The Wichita Falls Police Department is looking at increasing its social media presence in an effort to keep Wichita Falls residents informed, especially during emergency situations.
Wichita County Commissioners will transfer thousands of dollars to help with witness expenses in the trial of a man found guilty of an injury that led to the death of his four month old son.
After letting their burn ban expire in late February in the hopes some rain would arrive, Clay County commissioners have enacted a new ban.
US Airways flight blows tire during takeoff, sending the nose of the plane to the ground and passengers scrambling.
Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to discuss the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
Reading a full novel in 90 minutes? It may be possible with the speed reading apps that are now available.
NBC's new drama "Crisis" debuts Sunday night. Mark Barger has an early look.
Washington State veterinarians see spike in the number of dogs brought in after eating marijuana. They blame it on legalization.
President Obama pushes to expand overtime pay for millions of workers.
The new Ukranian Prime Minister makes the rounds on Capitol Hill as some lawmakers head to the Ukraine to strenthen ties with the new government.
Authorities in New York say at least 7 people died Wednesday after a gas explosion toppled two buildings in New York City.
Man in dress hurls concrete blocks at passing cars.
A New York cab driver is terrorizing his passengers with a snake!
Experts warn this winter's harsh weather will make Spring worse for allergy sufferers.
How has life changed in the 25 years since the World Wide Web was invented?
A joint naval exercise of U.S., Bulgarian and Romanian naval forces in the Black Sea has started, the Bulgarian navy said on Wednesday.
President Obama this week will seek a broad expansion of overtime pay, the White House confirmed Wednesday.
President Obama meets with the new Prime Minister of the Ukraine to talk about the country's future.
Dottie Sandusky, Jerry Sandusky’s wife of 37 years, maintains that her husband is innocent of the charges of child sex abuse that resulted in his imprisonment.
Watch out, there's a new 'B-word.'
Senator Dianne Feinstein accuses CIA of illegally searching computer files of Senate Select Intelligence Committee.
Bridget Kelly, former aide to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, asks judge not to force her to turn over text messages and other communications.
Women who drink low levels of alcohol in their first trimester of pregnancy may be at an increased risk of having a premature or small baby.
A Utah soldier who says his iPhone helped save him from a suicide bomb wants to thank Apple, but he also wants a new phone.
Woman left in a Burger King bathroom as an infant hopes Facebook can help her find her birth mother.
Interpol said Tuesday that the two passengers who used stolen passports to board a Malaysia Airlines flight that disappeared early Saturday morning were Iranians seeking asylum in Europe.
A large house cat cornered a Oregon family prompting them to call 9-1-1 for help
Search continues for missing Malaysian airliner.
The father of Newtown, Conn. school shooter Adam Lanza told a writer for The New Yorker that he and his ex-wife, Nancy, never suspected their son was dangerous.
Edward Snowden accused the NSA and its counterparts of "setting fire to the future of the Internet" during a videoconference discussion at South by Southwest in Texas on Monday,
Competitors test their elaborate cardboard creations on a Poconos ski slope.
World War II Veteran receives Purple Heart earned during his service in Germany.
Environmentalists have advice for consumers on what they should do before the country's drought drives up food prices.
Malaysia Airlines says it has lost contact with a plane with 239 aboard travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Mother who drove van with three children inside into ocean charged with attempted murder.
Fallout continues over changes in the ways consumers can earn and redeem air miles.
Daylight Saving Time begins Saturday night, which to many is a welcome sign of the end of a miserable winter.
Letter mailed eight years ago finally arrives at its destination, just a few miles from where it was sent.
President Obama calls for international monitors in Ukraine, says Russia's actions violate international law.
Chris Christie, Ted Cruz and other prominent GOP leaders among the speakers at Conservative Political Action Conference underway in Washington.
Study finds e-cigarettes are increasingly popular with teens, many of whom use them with tobacco cigarettes as well.
The House has approved a $1 billion loan guarantee package for Ukraine, as part of the U.S. effort to support the new government as Russia continues to occupy the Crimean Peninsula.
Texas college hands out coasters that test whether your drink has been drugged.
Massachusetts high court rules that the practice of upskirting does not violate any state laws.
She has gone from being one of the slower runners on her high school team to one of the fastest distance runners in the nation, a rise fueled by an improbable motivation.
Top Republicans say they'll support economic sanctions against Russia as punishment for aggression in Ukraine.
California's drought could cause major problems for North America's second largest sake producer.
Good Samaritans rush to pull children from minivan after mother drives into the ocean off Daytona Beach, Florida.
More churches are taking Ash Wednesday out of the sanctuary and onto the streets.
The College Board is making far-reaching changes to the SAT exam that it says will help close the test's socioeconomic gap among college aspirants.
A senior executive at Target has resigned following the massive credit card data breach at the retail giant.
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry push back on Russia's actions in Ukraine.
President Obama releases proposed 2015 budget.