Marlene Goldstein is retiring after 36 years as the Executive Director for The Arc of Wichita County.
Friends and family send up a special tribute, as they mourn the loss of 16-year-old Sarai Perkins.
Much of the community is rallying around an MSU senior, who is also a Rider High School graduate.
After the U.S. Food and Drug Administration banned trans fats, many local bakeries are now struggling to figure out how to keep that great taste many of us love.
Back in May, when rainwater flooded roads and even homes, some folks north of the Red River said they were sure thankful firefighters came to their rescue.
The recent heavy rain brought us out of a crippling drought, but it also caused a flood of problems for some families.
For the first time in many years, Wichita Falls is celebrating Juneteenth... for three straight days.
After all the rain over the past two months, it is no surprise some homes and businesses have been damaged and that includes the community college in Bowie.
Wichita Falls has received more rain in the first six months than it usually does in an entire year.
Remnants of last month's heavy flooding are still floating around Lake Amon Carter south west of Bowie.
The amount of water going over the spillways at Arrowhead and Kickapoo continues to increase, and it has been almost a month since Kickapoo began going over for the first time since 1995.
A multi-county crime spree ends at the Graham livestock auction after authorities arrest a man they believe stole about $100,000 worth of cattle and guns. They believe this happened across the state.
Under the $59.5 million school bond, the bond payoff will be 20 years.
Throckmorton City leaders have suspended dredging of the city's lake, since it is now 100% full.
Throckmorton ISD is looking for someone new to head the district after the former superintendent resigns.
After decades of living in Texoma, an Old High grad is proud to say she is now a citizen of the United States.
Hundreds of folks gathered to pray, as they look back on the lives of two teens.
Family and friends remember Domanic Thrasher who was murdered earlier this week in the first homicide of the year in Wichita Falls.
In Texas, state STAAR results are in and 92% of almost 300,000 students passed. It is an improvement from last year where 83.5% of students passed.
Following five years of trying to stay afloat, those in the boating business are sure thankful for all the recent rain.