Camp Fire after school program is cancelled Monday, April 27th due to flooding at Harrell Park.
The Wichita Falls Police Department is warning drivers that the rain conditions have made roads hazardous.
The Nepal earthquake hit hearts here in North Texas too, a woman from Allen is still waiting to get back home after surviving an avalanche on Mt Everest.
Fain Elementary is taking one man's trash and turning it into a real treasure. The school is hosting a garage sale to create a virtual classroom, so kids can be prepared for an enhanced work environment.
The 89th District Court will officially have a new presiding judge as of Monday evening.
As your local election headquarters, we want to remind you that early voting in the state of Texas begins today.
A Texas high school English teacher has been named the 2015 National Teacher of the Year.
A severe storm system moving across North Texas late Sunday and early Monday produced a number of damaging tornadoes, according to early reports from the National Weather Service.
Local DAV chapter 41 helped out a local veteran by buying him a motorized wheelchair.
Wichita Falls Youth Symphony Orchestra Closes Out 22nd Season.
"A Piece of My Heart" debuts at the Backdoor Theatre.
Best selling author Gary Roe visited the Floral Heights Methodist Church on Sunday to share his book.
A book that takes you through the history of Wichita Falls by introducing you to some of it's pioneers, is now on sale.
Hundreds of people from all over the country headed out to Muenster this weekend for the annual Germanfest.
A 5k that took place in Wichita Falls on Saturday spread awareness about autism.
Officials say the North Texas Rehab Auction is the center's biggest fundraiser of the year.
On Saturday an annual fundraiser raised money for a program that gives boys who have been phased out of the foster care program a place to live.
Students and teachers might be breathing a sigh of relief ... now that the latest round of STAAR tests is over. Across the state of Texas, many students took the test earlier this week; but, two in the WFISD did not.
Friday morning activities at the Wichita County courthouse were put on hold for a few hours, after county employees received a bomb threat around 8:15 a.m.
Michael Bullitt will retire after serving as CEO for 13 years at HealthSouth Rehab Center in Wichita Falls.
Early voting for the Wichita Falls Independent School District bond issue and city elections begins on April 27 and with around 50 thousand registered voters, the last several WFISD bond elections only drew around 20% of voters.
A 32-year-old Wichita Falls man who claimed he was the victim of a Craigslist scam, is sentenced to 12 months in jail for forgery.
Wichita Falls drivers have been having trouble even moving, after apparently running over spikes in the road.
Maplewood Avenue is back open after being closed for a couple of hours from Kemp Blvd to Midwestern Parkway.
A 37-year-old Wichita Falls woman is sentenced for hitting a 5-year-old girl who was under her care.
Kipenzi, which means "loved one" in Swahili, is the name of the Dallas Zoo's newest baby giraffe.
A fire broke out in Clay County, damaging a home across the street from Petrolia Elementary.
The largest Special Olympics in the area starts Saturday morning in Iowa Park.
Don't miss the half-price book sale at the Book Warehouse May 2nd.
It's time to start thinking about the big Hotter 'N Hell Hundred this August!
It's been challenged numerous times through the years, but it remains the champion for another year.
After nearly three fourths of voters did not support a $125 million school bond last year, WFISD is trying again in the May 9th election.
A new project coming to Wilbarger County will have an impact of more than one- million dollars to two school districts there over the course of the next several years.
A 14-year-old Munday boy, who drowned in Miller's Creek Reservoir during a faming outing on Saturday, was laid to rest on Thursday.
A Burkburnett man is jailed on $75,000 bond, after police say a resident reported he might be storing meth in her home.
Organizers put together a birthday party for Roy Orbison in his hometown of Vernon.
You can help swing funds to ensure kids at Camp Fire have the best summer ever!
The Great Place gave a great welcome on Wednesday as Fort Hood soldiers lined the streets and cheered on hundreds of wounded warriors cycling through central Texas.
If you ever needed any evidence that nurses care vastly about every single patient they encounter, this is it.
A 14-year-old Mexican girl who was taken by authorities and sent screaming to live in the United States was returned home Wednesday after DNA tests showed she is not the daughter of the Houston woman who claimed her.
Storm season is in full swing, and EMSA wants to make sure you are prepared for severe weather.
The alarm at former President George H.W. Bush's Texas home was broken for at least 13 months before the Secret Service fixed it, according to a report released Thursday by the Homeland Security Department's inspector general.
A man arrested on a misdemeanor charge of evading arrest, now faces a felony charge.
A 4-year-old boy is safe thanks to strangers who jumped into action after witnessing him crossing a busy Abilene street alone.
The YMCA of Wichita Falls will be hosting a 'Healthy Kids Day' this Saturday.
Storms rolled into Texoma Wednesday evening, but other parts of Texas were hit as well.
At least two tornadoes touched down in Knox County Wednesday night.
Texas law isn't specific about how public university system regents should do their jobs. So regents are largely left to interpret their roles themselves. With some taking a more hands-on approach, debate has grown about the role of regents.
WFISD District 2 Trustee Reginald Blow's attendance questioned after missing 17 of 19 meetings over past 8 months.
A family that moved to texoma wanted to say thanks to a coach at Burkburnett High School.
On July 20, 2012, excited moviegoers gathered for a midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” at the Century Aurora 16 Multiplex Theater in Aurora, Colorado.
Loretta Lynch is sworn in as U.S. attorney general by Vice President Joe Biden.
Rescuers struggled to reach Nepal's more rural communities on Monday to assess the damage from a devastating earthquake that has left more than 3,800 people dead.
With help from some filmmakers, 102-year-old Alice Barker went back in time.
Charli Robertson is like many teenage girls. She loves Taylor Swift and her music.
Take a look at the world's first hotel private jet.
Health officials are alarmed about a sharp rise in ER visits and calls to poison control centers about a street drug called "Spice."
Newborn's remains found in front of Muskingum University's Delta Gamma Theta sorority house.
Chipotle is now offering delivery for online and mobile orders in 67 cities.
A Georgia university shut down on Friday for a huge demonstration after a video of protesters trampling an American flag went viral.
Demonstrators take to the streets for a fourth straight day, demanding answers in the police custody death of Freddie Gray.
Utah police say registered sex offender attempted to pick up children using stolen bus.
The first customers to sign up for the new Apple Watch will begin receiving their devices today.
The girl said yes. The principal said no.
Child actor Sawyer Sweeten — whom Americans watched grow up on the hit TV show "Everybody Loves Raymond" — has committed suicide, his sister said in a statement.
More than a dozen people were injured — at last one critically — when a stage full of high school students collapsed during a musical performance in Indiana, authorities said.
Members of Michael Brown's family along with their attorneys announced the filing of a wrongful death lawsuit.
Loss of his eyes hasn't stopped Tanner from helping others.
David Petraeus, the former CIA director whose shining career in public service came crashing down after an affair with his biographer, received two years probation and a $100,000 fine Thursday for leaking military secrets.
Loretta Lynch was confirmed Thursday as attorney general, the first black woman in American history to hold the country's top law enforcement post.
Adam Gadahn was long one of the most prominent — and notorious — American members of al Qaeda.
There has been a legal victory for a transgender teen and her fight to wear makeup in her driver's license picture.
A California tech company released a new soil monitoring device that has farmers across the nation taking notes.
A Navy drone makes history with a refueling maneuver.
Dr. Warren Weinstein, an American aid worker held hostage by al Qaeda, was accidentally killed in a U.S. drone strike, along with Italian hostage Giovanni Lo Porto and another American who was an al Qaeda leader, the White House announced on Thursday.
It started on this day in 1970, on the heels of a major oil spill off the California coast.
French authorities arrested a man on Wednesday suspected of planning to attack churches in a town just seven miles from the center of Paris.
Blockbuster comedy hit "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" contains a touching tribute to a young fan who lost his battle to cancer.
The mother of a U.K. woman who died after ingesting a fatal number of diet pills is pleading with others to avoid suffering the same fate.
Mystery couple seen in viral proposal photo identified and reunited with the photographer who made them famous.
A father wept at a court hearing after police say he left his toddler son in a hot car during a day of heavy drinking and the boy later died.
Still no newborn cries from Kensington Palace, but the London betting scene is just getting more and more active as time goes on.
Here’s something new to add to the lexicon of computer commands: CTRL + ALT + UNLOAD.
"I would say I use about 8 products a day." This video is now trending of women highlighting just how many product we use a day.
A group of Shepherd Center men will run from New York City to Atlanta to support war veterans.
Thousands of weary passengers stranded at sea for more than 24-hours as 30-foot waves blocked their cruise ship from docking finally made it back to shore early Wednesday in Australia.
An Iowa farm that has more than 5 million chickens has been hit by H5N2 bird flu, a deadly virus that can wipe out flocks within days.
Penalty phase begins in trial of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The convoy of Iranian ships suspected of carrying weapons destined for rebels in Yemen is parked in the north Arabian Sea, U.S. officials said Tuesday.
Why is this boy laughing? Because he can fly!
FBI Director James Comey did not intend to suggest in an article last week that Poland was responsible for the Holocaust during World War II, a State Department spokeswoman said.
Betty Willis, the woman who designed the famous "Welcome To Las Vegas" sign that's greeted touris
Nursing home's shutdown forces coordinated move of extremely large patient. WJAR's Matt Reed reports.
Ohio State football player Michael Bennett puts "bunny ears" behind President Obama during White House photo shoot.
It's Queen Elizabeth the second's 89th birthday and royal lovers are hoping that Kate Middleton will go into labor on her birthday.
When Jacob Lemay invites you into his bedroom, he wants to give the full tour. He'll show you his books, the planets and stars on the wall, his bunk bed and the stuffed animals he's lined up all in a row.
Have mercy! Iconic hit sitcom "Full House" is getting its long-awaited sequel.
This is is definitely not your parents' Earth Day.
Tighter security is in place on Monday as 30,000 runners get ready for the Boston Marathon — the 119th running and the second since two bombs shattered the race and terrorized the city.
A 21-year-old Missouri mother is behind bars after police say she allegedly tried to blame a spider for her daughter’s death.