Ten local athletes are prepping for a hot dog eating competition tonight at Castaway Cove!
A fire investigation team is trying to find out how a home at Avenue K and Arthur Street caught fire this morning.
North Texas has seen a staggering number of child drowning deaths this year.
Confederate flags expected to fly in Fourth of July parades all across the state of Texas.
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.
A motorcyclist is killed in an accident Thursday night.
It's a day where Americans come together to celebrate freedom and independence. But this year, one Fourth of July tradition in parades across Texas, will take center-stage.
Dr. Danger from America's Got Talent is in Texoma preparing to put on a stunt show on Friday.
If you're planning on setting off fireworks on your own, there's a few things you might want to know first.
There was plenty to celebrate at Fort Sill as the Army held it's Independence Day ceremony.
The Wichita County Sheriff's Office is saying goodbye to four men who've served the public for over 90 collective years.
Former Gov. Rick Perry took his case for the GOP presidential nomination to the nation’s capital Thursday, arguing that it is the Republican Party’s moral and historical duty to court black voters.
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed 10 student regents. One of the regents is from Midwestern State University.
The City of Henrietta has received the test results, and no longer under a boil order.
Lawton police are searching for two suspects involved in a robbery at the 'Cash & Carry.'
Investigators say a toddler has died after being run over by an 18-wheeler in the parking lot of a truck stop near San Antonio.
Centipedes aren’t usually thought of as intimidating, but a giant one that was spotted recently at a Texas state park has some people on social media thinking otherwise.
The Wichita Falls Farmer's Market will be open on July 4th at 7:30 am to 1 p.m. The Charlie-Thornberry Farmers Association will be there with okra, watermelon, peaches and much more!
It’s a call that strikes fear in the heart of any American taxpayer. Across the country, Americans have been getting threatening automated messages that claim to be from the IRS.