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!
The Wichita Falls Animal Service Center is now offering adoption services.
Midwestern State University housing is preparing to put on an event that will have runners taking colorful steps for a worthy cause.
Texas Attorney General's opinion says Harrold ISD's gun policy, and others like it, do not conflict with the state's Marshal Plan.
We're hearing from the woman whose dog was beaten and stabbed by a suspect who's now behind bars. Ginger the dog received multiple stab wounds and her left ear was nearly cut in half. Her owner says she's spent hundreds of dollars making sure her dog gets the care she needs to hopefully get back to normal.
Wichita County and Wichita Falls officials are taking time to recognize the efforts of the people contacted first in a time of crisis.
More than two dozen cats and dogs are now in the care of the city animal services center after they were seized from a Wichita Falls home on Windthorst road.
Lawton Police are searching for clues after a man is shot to death in his driveway early this morning.
Here is this weeks Kids Caster from Benjamin, Texas.
Lawton police are investigating the city's 7th homicide of the year.
A man is taken to the hospital Thursday night after hitting a tree with his vehicle.
The Wichita Falls Independent School District recognized the hard work and dedication of some of its faculty during its annual Teacher of the Year banquet on Thursday evening.
National media is once again in Wichita Falls shedding the spotlight on Texoma's devastating drought and how residents are banding together in an effort to make sure every drop counts.