Following her retirement, after nearly forty years, in civil service on military installations all over the World, Anne Howe has spent the last twenty years helping pets.
Some people spend weeks coordinating costumes designed to shock and awe while others are a bit more last minute.
Deron Royster was found guilty of three counts of assault of a public servant.
WFPD wants you to have a safe Halloween by making sure sex offenders are in compliance and by offering some Halloween safety tips.
After a search that included helicopters, horses, and a canine team, a man wanted out of Wise County was arrested Thursday night in Montague County.
We profile the crew that works to ensure folks' final resting places are just right.
A Wichita Falls woman is in the Wichita County jail after police say claimed to be a nurse, ordering several prescription drugs.
A candle light vigil tonight in Wichita Falls helped light up the night with hope for victims of domestic violence.
Johan van der Colff IV died of injuries he suffered following an October 4 helicopter crash in downtown Wichita Falls.
Congressman Mac Thornberry spoke with a room packed full of MSU students Thursday morning.
Welding students at Carrigan Career and Technical Center are learning a valuable trade.
Tony Fox, a retired WFPD detective, gave his deposition in the case against Jerry Joe Garza. Fox will not be able to travel to Garza's trial, for which a change of venue was granted, because of health concerns.
Things are back to normal downtown after a major natural gas leak on Thursday morning forced the closure of several streets and businesses.
Dallas police say a woman who tried to shoplift $11 worth of frozen food from Wal-Mart threatened to infect an employee with HIV.
Two people are now charged in connection with thefts and attempted thefts of numerous batteries that power the weather and civil defense sirens around Wichita Falls.
Join Julie Coley as she takes a unique tour of Riverside Cemetery.
A Duncan teen is arrested for making threats against the high school.
An American Legion Rider suffering from stage 3 lung cancer wanted to Pay It Forward to a friend.
As one restaurant closes in Wichita Falls, construction is underway to open two new restaurants and city planning officials say other big changes, including one at United Regional, are also in the works.
In an effort to make every drop count many Texomans are turning to well water.