A Burkburnett man wanted to Pay-It-Forward and help ensure families are taken care of this Christmas season.
U.S. officials believe the North Korean government was behind the computer hacking attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
A former long-time Altus pastor is charged with sexual abuse of a foster child over an extended period.
Wichita Falls Police officers are making sure some local kids feel thought of for Christmas.
The holiday season got a little brighter Wednesday for some local adults in the Adult Protective Services program right here in Texoma.
Nine months after the arrests of two men in a major gold and silver coin heist from a Wichita Falls home, the third suspect is finally jailed in Wichita County.
Sony has decided to drop its planned Christmas release of 'The Interview.'
A KCEN employee was shot multiple times in the parking lot of the station Wednesday morning.
Theater chains are canceling planned showings of "The Interview" following more threats from group that hacked Sony Films. Jay Gray reports.
A Wichita Falls Police Department detective who played a key role in a Wichita Falls capital murder case takes the witness stand in the trial Wednesday morning.
Wichita Falls Regional Airport officially opened around 9 p.m. with the arrival of American Eagle flight 2781 from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport.
Two people are charged with theft in what appears to be a team shoplifting attempt.
On Monday night the Walmart on Greenbriar Road in Wichita Falls had a generous donation from a Secret Santa.
The 20th annual CPS toy drive is providing over 500 children with gifts this Christmas.
Lawton Police are searching for two men who they say scammed an elderly man with a bank withdrawal scheme.
Traffic is being re-routed at the intersection of Huntington Lane and US 287 after authorities say an oversize truck damaged the bridge.
Police find registered sex offender working as Santa Claus in Texas McDonald's after anonymous tip, but say he wasn't breaking any laws. Jennifer Bauer reports.
Walmart employees say they saw a woman cutting off labels and putting items into a back pack
Gas totaling $1.99 is causing big grins as drivers pull up to Wichita Falls pumps.
More than 5,000 toys were donated by Kiowa Casino's customers, during their 6th Annual Toy Drive.
The last plane to ever fly out of Wichita Falls Municipal Airport will take off Tuesday night.
One of the last people to see a Wichita County woman in February of 2012 testified Monday in Denton County in the trial of a man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend.
A 37-year-old Cotton County man is dead after flipping his SUV.
A nativity scene on display Monday at the Texas State Capitol building is one of 30 similar displays going up across the country.
How can you ensure your holiday packages arrive on time? Kurt Gregory reports.
Gas prices below 2 dollars have pushed their way south of the Red River.
Police are looking for suspects after three men kick in a motel room door early Monday morning.
American Legion Post 202 put wreaths on the graves of veterans as part of their "Wreaths for Vets " annual project.
City officials are working to make the emergency water reuse project, more permanent.
Hundreds of MSU students crossed the stage and received their diplomas Saturday.
District 69 Representative James Frank is hosting several town hall meetings in his district this week.
The Kemp at the Forum is hosting a holiday children's book reading this week.
Police believe Ricardo Lara could be in danger.
Programs like the YMCA's Holiday Trimmings program encourages you to keep off the pounds during the holidays.
American Legion Post 202 wants to make sure veterans that passed away are honored this Christmas.
If you're looking for the perfect gift to give that special someone, you can get that and support the men and women who help keep you safe.
As Christmas creeps closer, the Wichita Falls travel center wants to make sure our local military members are taken care of this holiday.
The Welch Street Church of Christ hosted its' annual holiday dinner on Saturday afternoon hoping to feed the hungry.
For 9 years, the Troops For Trees program has been providing soldiers at Ft. Sill with donated Christmas trees.
The Faith Masonic Lodge in Wichita Falls is organizing a blood drive for an Iowa Park baby who was born with half a heart.
Hospice of Wichita Falls reached their goal of 200-thousand dollars!
Jerry Joe Garza is charged with capital murder.
In full holiday spirit, Santa visited with seniors at The Kitchen on Friday.
A 19 year old Fort Sill Soldier probably feels like a bandit after playing a penny slot machine in Lawton Thursday evening.
Local insurance agents say the Affordable Care Act's online healthcare exchange is once again showing problems as people try and meet open enrollment's first deadline for coverage.
This holiday season local store employees say they are selling more artificial trees rather than real trees.
Due to a water line break Scotland Park Elementary school will be without water for the rest of the school day.
Wichita Falls Police respond to calls of a possible armed and suicidal male Thursday night. Police tell us the home on Carrigan Avenue has been cleared, and Police are searching for the man.
Wichita Falls Planning and Zoning officials are working on a plan to roll out food courts for food truck vendors in downtown.
There are two events in Lawton this weekend that are sure to put you in the Christmas spirit.
Salvation Army bell-ringers find an amazing assortment of donations in their kettles, including gold teeth! Dave McDaniel reports.
Suspect escapes after tossing pipe bombs at Oregon police officers during chase through neighborhood. Mike Benner reports.
The United States announced plans Wednesday to restore diplomatic and economic ties with the communist island of Cuba.
Cuba on Wednesday freed an American held on the communist island for five years.
Dashcam footage shows Iowa suspect ramming his SUV into police cars. Nikki Newbrough reports.
In a star-studded finale, 'The Voice' has named a new winner.
Drum roll, please! The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame said Tuesday that its Class of 2015 will include Ringo Starr, among others.
The Montgomery County District Attorney's office says the body of Bradley William Stone has been discovered in a wooded area.
Police responding to report of man shoplifting formula to feed his baby help the man buy supplies instead of arresting him. Lauren Hansard reports.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush announced Tuesday that he will "actively explore" the possibility of a presidential run in 2016.
If you're waiting for an overdue package, it could be stuck in New Jersey.
Pennsylvania police search for man suspected of gunning down six people and wounding a seventh. Kurt Gregory reports.
A gunman was killed and two hostages are dead after police stormed a chocolate shop in Sydney on Monday, ending a 16-hour siege by a self-professed sheik.
Three people were shot outside a high school in Portland, Oregon, and authorities are continuing to look for the shooter, police said.
Looking for a high-tech stocking stuffer? Mark Barger looks at several gadgets that will run you less than $50.
Texas teen convicted of murdering acquaintance in brutal, ritualistic slaying. Samantha Ptashkin reports.
Nutritionists say certain foods can give your immune system a boost. Natasha Verma reports.
Little girl who's breakfast with Santa went viral gets her Christmas wish...a new baby brother. Jess Raatz reports.
"Exodus: Gods and Kings" hits theaters this week. Raphael Seth has more.
Looking for a secure home? A 10-story missile silo near Roswell, New Mexico may be the place for you. Lauren Hansard reports.
Men dive into Florida pond to rescue elderly driver trapped in sinking car. Elizabeth Harrington reports.
"Birdman" leads Golden Globe nominations. Mark Barger has more.
Wednesday the NFL announced a new personal conduct policy during owners meetings in Irving.
The cost of day care now rivals the price tag for college tuition in some parts of the U.S.
Sailor found alive 12 days after placing a distress call off the Hawaii coast. Jim Mendoza reports.
When a 3-year-old asked Santa to bring her daddy home from Afghanistan for Christmas, he delivered. Elizabeth Matthews reports.
Rescuers pull woman from burning Nevada home. Reed Cowan reports.
Time magazine has selected the Ebola fighters, who have fought to contain the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history, as its 2014 Person of the Year.
A man rides the full length of Mexico City's Montaña Rusa wooden roller coaster.
A Democrat-led Senate panel released a scathing report Tuesday on CIA interrogation practices amid warnings from lawmakers and some within the Obama administration that the findings could "endanger the lives of Americans" all over the world.
Texas teens accused of brutally murdering acquaintance in brutal Satanic ritual. Ryan Korsgard reports.
Cameras roll as Phoenix police officers risk their own lives to save teen perched on fourth-story ledge. Gia Vang reports.
Security video shows Massachusetts woman stealing holiday decorations. Glenn Marshall reports.
Many consumers aren't sure who to tip or how generous that tip should be during the holidays.
At least three people were killed when their plane crashed into a home in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
NASA's Orion space capsule splashes down in the Pacific, completing its first test launch. Jay Gray reports.
High school receives library book originally due in 1949. Liz Burch reports.
President Barack Obama announced the nomination of Ashton Carter to be his fourth Secretary of Defense in six years.
The CDC has warned that the flu virus is mutating, making the current vaccine less effective in some cases. Erika Edwards reports.
House Republicans voted Thursday to block President Obama's immigration executive actions.
Tragedy overnight after an elderly woman dies in a Pennsylvania home explosion.
Arizona teen rescued after attempting to sneak down his family's chimney. Trisha Hendricks reports.
A grand jury in New York decided today not to indict NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo in the choke hold death of an unarmed man earlier this year. Brian Mooar reports.
If you happen to visit a nativity scene in Spain's Catalonia region, don't be surprised if you see something out of place.
A widespread power outage hit downtown Detroit on Tuesday morning, plunging businesses, schools, fire stations and government buildings into darkness.
Police say 17-year-old took part in brutal hammer attack apparently targeting random victim. Elizabeth Matthews reports.
Police say Utah teen took loaded gun to school with plan to "open fire" on fellow students. Mike Anderson reports.
Security footage shows would-be burglar fall asleep after breaking into meat distributor. Phil Prazan reports.
Teens use sock filled with rocks as a weapon during assault on Cleveland bus driver. Will Ujek reports.
Pastor calls anti-Christmas message "mean-spirited". Todd Hicks reports.