In just three days authorities will be hitting the streets looking for those with outstanding warrants. In some cases, that will lead to arrests.
A 20-year-old man is jailed and two people are injured in a disturbance and stabbing on Roanoke Thursday afternoon.
Ted Cruz delivered a blistering broadside against President Obama on Thursday, describing him as a "lawless" leader.
On Friday, you can warm up by dusting off your cowboy boots and dancing the night away.
Miles Bench has been found guilty of first degree murder.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday passed "net neutrality" rules.
The case against a Wichita County woman who police say they saw pointing a gun at a man and threatening to kill him is expected to go before a judge.
Wichita Falls police say a man is arrested overnight in connection with a shooting that sent another man to the hospital on Broad St.
Grab your tickets to see great bands at the 2015 Downtown St. Patrick's Day event!
A Texoma woman wanted to Pay It Forward to help the Texoma Cowboy Church improve their rodeo arena.
A former Wichita Falls man who's on death row but was granted a stay in his execution just days before he was set to die was acquitted of rape charges in Wichita County. About 24 years after that verdict, his attorney is recounting the case.
A local attorney's recounting a case he fought for a death row inmate, granted a stay of execution on Monday, just ten days before his lethal injection.
The second candidate who could become the next president of MSU held a candidate forum on Wednesday.
Wichita Falls street crews prepare city streets for upcoming winter weather.
Open Carry Texas plans to bring their cause to Amarillo Saturday.
Residents of five Texoma counties may be able to withstand more months of severe drought thanks to a half million dollar forgivable loan from the State Drinking Water Fund.
Grand Prairie police said a Mansfield Independent School District bus tipped on its side during a wreck Wednesday morning.
When battling cancer, patients often have to travel hundreds of miles to get the proper treatment, and finding a place to stay during treatment can be stressful and costly.
Two Arlington women said they are owed royalties from the blockbuster novel Fifty Shades of Grey, won a lawsuit in Tarrant County.
A home sustains thousands of dollars in damage after fire rips through part of the house.