Friday marks a quarter century since a very dark day in Wichita Falls history.
A teacher at Kindercare Learning Center says she wanted her students to witness the most important day of her life.
Altus is continuing to encourage residents to conserve as they continue to look at options to increase their water supply.
Altus appointed a temporary city manager on Thursday at a special city council meeting.
A woman in Altus was flown to Oklahoma City for treatment after a vicious dog attack on Wednesday.
A Wichita Falls native and her daughters were featured in a Today Show segment about parents who raise generous and caring children.
A janitor at the school in Crowell lost his job and was placed on probation after he was caught on hidden camera taking money that kids had collected at fundraisers.
What started out as routine maintenance around Holliday Creek by Wichita Falls street crews quickly turned into a dangerous situation Thursday morning.
Extremely high temperatures are expected to last through the weekend and this heat can cause some serious health problems or worse.
As area lakes continue to shrink, Wichita Falls city officials are doing all they can to lessen the long term impacts of the relentless drought that has plagued Texoma since the end of 2010
Wichita Falls health officials are helping businesses spread the word about the city's new smoking ordinance.
Four days after Wilbarger General Hospital's CEO resigned, a hospital official says the hospital board has found a replacement.
Oklahoma authorities are still searching for an escaped inmate from the Granite State Reformatory north of Altus.
There are a number of ways you can help make sure county deputies and firefighters lost in the line of duty are remembered.
The Kitchen is hosting its second annual Phone-A-Thon tonight.
Thirteenth Congressman Mac Thornberry says immigrant children should no longer be housed at Department of Defense facilities.
Three city of Wichita Falls employees continue to recover after being attacked by Africanized Killer Bees.
Wichita Falls/Wichita County Public Health District officials say after confirmed cases of West Nile in Dallas County, they're taking the necessary precautions to avoid the spread of West Nile in our area.
The World War II Airborne Demonstration Team is mourning the loss of a team member.
Wichita Falls long time local Frances Hoepfner wanted to help as many people as possible in Pay It Forward.