Graham High School got treated Wednesday afternoon to a concert from country music artist, Wade Bowen, thanks to the school's spirit.
Texoma seniors can learn what resources are available to them Thursday during the 5th Annual Senior Benefits Expo.
An Easter Sunday shooting has re-awakened sad memories for a murder victim's mother, whose son was killed by the father of the suspect arrested in Sunday's shooting.
The Las Vegas Club, located in the 300 block of N. Scott, has been operating under a pending liquor license for nearly two years.
Although production is doing extremely well in the southern, western and northern parts of the state, experts say here in Texoma, production is doing good and could get much better.
Iowa Park will store well water at their facility, and that's what they'll use to keep their pool full as we go into the year's hottest months.
It sounds like it could be a classic case of dog and cat hoarding that city animal services workers are having to deal with.
This Friday, you have the chance to let out some frustration, while helping some MSU students.
Texas officials are raising alarm that the Bureau of Land Management, on the heels of its dust-up with Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, might be eyeing a massive land grab in northern Texas.
The city of Wichita Falls is asking residents for their input for a revision of a plan which lays out response and action in case of emergencies and disasters.
A 79-year-old Central Texas woman who led authorities through at least 3 counties is listed in good condition at United Regional.
A disabled 78-year-old church deacon in Texas is charged with 1980 murder in Pennsylvania.
Two residents of a Houston nursing home have been killed and police detained a third roommate for questioning.
Time is running out to get your ticket to the 46th Annual North Texas Rehab Auction.
At least one family is displaced - and two houses damaged - after an early morning fire.
The Weather Channel series on the devastating drought affecting Wichita Falls has begun airing.
Vernon City Commissioners revised their Drought Contingency and Water Conservation plan Tuesday evening.
What may be one of the largest free standing dental clinics in Texas is now open in Wichita Falls.
Sightings of cattle egrets are being reported by residents of Wichita Falls and the city and Sheppard Air Force Base are encouraging all residents to keep a lookout for the pesky birds and call to report them.
From cloud seeding to the water reuse project to the looming stage 5 water rules, Wichita Falls city leaders say they've exhausted almost all of their immediate options to preserve our dwindling water supply.
Wichita Falls police are searching for a blue vehicle witnesses say was chasing and ramming a pickup before the pickup was struck by another pickup at an intersection.
One person was arrested Monday morning after Wichita County authorities with a search warrant used force to enter a home on Arthur.
Lawton police are investigating an overnight hit and run which killed one man.
In Baylor County authorities say one person was killed when a Tahoe hit a semi truck head on.
Friends and family will say goodbye to man affectionately known as "Bee Man."
The Supreme Court on Tuesday morning upheld Michigan's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions.
Junior high students in the Wichita Falls Independent School District who will be attending the consolidated Barwise/Zundy campus where Barwise is now know the name of their new school.
Wichita County Commissioners are one step closer to repairing county roads that could suffer from the booming oil industry.
Two Wichita County residents spent this Monday protesting a decision made last week by the grand jury in a case in which a boy was killed and a girl seriously injured.
Citizens helped Crime Stoppers make arrests in burglary cases and many other crimes last year.
We're a little over two weeks away from WFISD elections, and candidates are taking every opportunity to let their voice be heard.
A year after the Boston bombing, where three died and more than 250 were injured, thousand of runners recover after racing this year's Boston Marathon.
Two Texoma Runners at the Boston Marathon in 2013 crossed the finish line more than an hour before the bombs went off.
The WFISD has announced principal changes for next school year.
Castaway Cove will open soon and they are looking to hire 200 people to help out at the park.
A popular place to play in Wichita Falls is celebrating a big anniversary.
If you're planning some spring cleaning, you better act fast. The city's transfer station is closing for 60 days starting in May.
The discovery of a submerged pickup with skeletal remains in Lake Granbury, Texas, on Thursday may have solved the mystery of a woman who disappeared 35 years ago.
Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000 pounds of its Oscar Mayer wieners because they may mistakenly contain cheese.
Bunnies, candy and Easter eggs are all around on this Easter Sunday.
Some of that much needed rain may have been enhanced by cloud seeding.
Wichita County Commissioners have found a way to help smooth out some of the worst roads in the county.
Emergency crews responded to a home in the 2300 block of River Road just before noon today.
35 year old man found shot to death in the parking lot of the Dew Drop Inn.
The inaugural Alyssa Wiles Memorial Baseball Tournament brings in middle school teams from Oklahoma to honor the Wiles family.
In a world where online shopping increases in popularity a new business says customers requested a more traditional way of sales.
A Nocona woman hopes to pass her love for running to her son.
Nathaniel Brown had an outstanding warrant for evading arrest.
The Graham High School softball team took to the diamond for the first time on Friday evening since a tragic accident claimed the life of one of their own.
Results are in on water from a test well for the first community garden in Wichita Falls and officials say it's good!
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed a new gun law Wednesday that greatly expands the number of public places where licensed owners are allowed to carry their weapons.
The Internal Revenue Service has paid more than $2.8 million in bonuses to employees with recent disciplinary problems, including $1 million to workers who owed back taxes, a government investigator said Tuesday.
Man fatally shot by Oregon officer last month had been stalking young women in a van that he converted into a "movable dungeon".
Study finds cash is covered in bacteria.
Robotics club at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland turn staircase into walking piano.
Recent droughts send cattle prices to their highest levels since 1987.
U.S. Marshall shoots and kills alleged gang member when he lunges at witness in Salt Lake City court.
Drake University holds annual bulldog beauty pageant.
The Supreme Court hears a case today that could impact how you watch television.
Runners return for the 118th Boston Marathon, one year after a bomb attack killed three and wounded dozens more.
12 remaining "Voice" contestants face off tonight on NBC.
Family finds decomposing body under deck during Easter Egg hunt.
A 16-year-old boy stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from California to Hawaii, surviving the voyage halfway across the Pacific Ocean unscathed despite frigid temperatures.
Attorney General Eric Holder attends memorial service for three victims of Jewish center shootings.
A year after a fertilizer plant explosion rocked the tight-knit city of West, Texas, a lot of the physical damage is cleaned up, but the emotional scars still run deep.
Picture of 3-year-old Nebraska boy goes viral after the boy is discovered inside a Bear Claw arcade machine.
Experts said Wednesday that the prospects of survival were slim for almost 300 passengers missing for more than 12 hours after their ferry sank in cold ocean waters off South Korea.
Newly released internal GM documents reveal that the company in 2001 considered -- and rejected – an ignition switch design that two prominent safety advocates say could have avoided the problem that led the automaker to recall millions of vehicles this year.
Pennsylvania police officer poses as Amish woman to catch sexual predator.
Security camera catches home burglar lurking over child's crib in Houston, Texas.
Security video shows runaway horse carriage as it plows through downtown Savannah, Georgia.
The United States, European, Russian and Ukrainian officials will meet today for the first time in Geneva to try and resolve the crisis in the Ukraine.
Florida woman who was attacked by black bear talks about the ordeal.
New report says fussy toddlers should not be soothed with television.
An Arizona boy is brought to tears when his deployed soldier-father makes surprise appearance at NBA game.
As Boston prepares for Tuesday's marathon, city leaders hold flag raising ceremony to remember victims of last year's bombing.
Authorities say the man behind Sunday's killings at two Kansas Jewish centers is a well-known anti-semanticist.
Sprint is dialing up a cell phone for children.
Seahawks running back Christine Michael takes Texas teen to high school prom.
The bodies of seven infants are found inside a Utah home. The woman, who police believe is their mother has been arrested.
Colorado company unveils first age-verifying, pot vending machine.
Ohio judge orders man to admit he's a bully. Forces him to stand on street corner with sign.
Two of Nevada’s top elected leaders are riding to the rescue of a rancher whose decades-long range war with the federal government has reached a boiling point in recent days.
Freshly squeezed? You're going to pay more for that glass of breakfast OJ.
President Obama tapped a new lieutenant on Friday to lead the vast array of federal health programs, saying goodbye to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius who is resigning after a long and rocky tenure with the administration.
Chimps break free at Kansas City Zoo, prompting panic among patrons.
What should you do if you're still using Windows XP on your computer? Mike Wendland explains what to do to keep your computer running well and virus free.
Florida police arrest hit & run driver accused of triggering fatal crash into daycare center.
Bus carrying prospective college students rolls over on California highway, killing ten and injuring dozens more.
Health and Human Service Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning, U.S. officials told NBC News on Thursday.
You better be bringing home the bacon if you want to bring home some bacon because pork prices are skyrocketing!
A House committee voted Thursday to hold Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress, as Republicans escalated their bid to "get to the bottom" of the former IRS official's role in the political targeting scandal.
CBS announced on Thursday that "Colbert Report" host Stephen Colbert will be the next to helm the "Late Show" desk.
A new possible signal has been located underwater by searchers hunting for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, the official heading the operation said Thursday.
A student stabbed in the back during the rampage at a high school outside Pittsburgh said that he wondered: “Will I survive or will I die?”
Four American Presidents, including President Obama have gathered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The "Heartbleed" Bug is a major security flaw in a widely used software that usually protects your personal information.
Police search for hit and run driver that sent another vehicle careening into a Florida daycare, killing one child and injuring several more.
At least one person was killed when a vehicle crashed into a daycare center in Winter Park, Fla. Wednesday, police said.
Fort Hood prepares for memorial service honoring victims of shooting spree.