A fire breaks out Wednesday night at a Wichita Falls trailer park.
Wichita Falls police are investigating a possible murder, suicide that left two people dead.
An old Wichita Falls church is damaged by flames early Tuesday morning.
Today marks two months since authorities raided a string of Wichita Falls businesses.
The latest message from MSU Facebook page states investigation still pending and Monday classes are not cancelled.
Multiple law enforcement officers are conducting an investigation at a home on Oakhurst Drive.
Vanity Fair published an article about the August killing of Christopher Lane, the Australian baseball player that was shot by two teenagers.
Wichita County Fire Officials are investigating a fire that destroyed an Electra home Sunday night.
Wichita Falls firefighters battled an early Thursday morning blaze that fully engulfed a house.
Wichita Falls police are investigating an overnight shooting and attempted robbery.
A 3-alarm fire breaks out in a Wichita Falls motel early this morning.
Fire officials are investigating what caused a 2-alarm fire at a Wichita Falls apartment complex Monday night.
Kim Taylor is charged with two counts of promotion of child pornography.
Wichita Falls police are looking for a man who stole a donation box from a restaurant Friday morning.
A late night incident involving a train sends a man to the hospital.
Police are looking into a possible burglary in Tanglewood.
Wilbarger County authorities are investigating whether or not a Vernon high school teacher engaged in an improper relationship with a student.
The teacher is on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.
According to Superintendent Tom Woody, the teacher has been employed with Vernon ISD since August 2010.
Police are using Facebook and other social media to gather evidence
The investigation into the hit and run death of a Sheppard Airman remains open with no new leads 4 years later.
Police Search for 2 involved in early morning robbery
19-year-old Duncan man is shot and killed Wednesday night after an apparent disagreement.
A man is shot and killed after an argument last night near Lake Wichita Park.
According to the Quannah Tribune-Chief, the former Hardeman County Hospital Administrator is under investigation by the FBI.
Dental records have positively identified the victim of a homicide whose
body was discovered in February off FM 2332, southeast of Petrolia.
Authorities have named the victim as 28-year-old Jose Ramirez , from California.
They believe he was killed around five years ago.
Clay County Sheriff Kenny Lemons says Ramirez had served in the army and had been stationed at Fort Sill -- which is where Lemons says he met his accused killer.
Ramirez's family filed a "missing person's report" in December of '07 ... and is just now getting some answers.
Jose Ramirez's body ... dumped in a shallow grave near a trash pit ... left there for about five years.
After Friday's positive I.D. ... authorities in California broke the news to Ramirez's mother.
Clay County Sheriff
"It's not information that any mother or father wants. I can't imagine -- having children myself -- having that information given to me, but like anything else, you certainly need closure, & this is the first way of -- first step in doing that."
Thirty-year-old Justin Green is charged with the murder.
Witness statements say Green shot Ramirez with a rifle ... then called his mother, Terri Green, to help clean up and hide the body.
Terri allegedly called her daughter, Brittany, to help.
Brittany's friend, Stephanie Heaston Corral, is also charged in the coverup.
"Twenty-two years of doing this, this is the first time I've ever been involved in an investigation that was this bizarre. It certainly is one that's out there. It doesn't come across very often. And especially the fact that you have such an old homicide that's solved so quickly. It moved really fast & I had some real g
Altus police have released the name of the woman found dead in a car
parked in an alley Tuesday afternoon ... and say the state medical
examiner's office has ruled her death a homicide.
After about four months of having to turn away prospective students ... American Commercial College's Wichita Falls campus is once again cleared to start accepting new students.