A 17 year old Wichita Falls man is behind bars after his fingerprints are found at two different home burglaries.
Officers continue their search for a man they say held a gun to a Wichita Falls store clerk's head Saturday night and robbed the store.
Officers arrest a Wichita Falls woman after ingredients to make meth are found in the vehicle she was driving.
Poison control centers across the country are getting an increase of nicotine poisoning calls.
The owner of a storage center took matters into his own hands Monday night after he witnessed four burglars trying to make off with stolen items.
A man was hospitalized from burns sustained during a fire on Hollandale Avenue in Wichita Falls.
Animal sales at the T.O. Fair, and on a street corner, over the weekend broke a fairly new city ordinance.
Back in May of 2013, Holliday ISD approved a 15 million dollar bond to transform it's middle and high school facilities.
The Texas Education Agency has just announced its financial accountability ratings for school districts across Texas and the Wichita Falls Independent School District has reason to be proud.
Registration is open for a 5k honoring a Scotland woman who was killed while jogging last year.
Two Downtown Wichita Falls destinations are up for Texas Downtown Association awards!
The United States Geological Survey confirms an earthquake shook parts of Texoma on Monday, September 22, 2014.
U.S. and Arab allies begin air assault on targets in Syria.
Several dozen Archer City residents gathered to get more information on a proposed $17.7 million school bond.
Several hours after confirming the first human case of West Nile Virus in Wichita Falls, health officials announced a second case.
This week is National Employ Older Workers Week.
The new season of The Voice kicks-off on Monday night right here on NBC.
The US 287 Freeway in Wichita Falls will be temporarily closed Tuesday for repaving work.
Wichita County Commissioners on Monday morning approved a grant that helps fund the Wichita County Emergency Management Office.
A fired employee of the Jack in the Box on Lawrence Road is accused of going on a rampage and destroying thousands of dollars of equipment and food inside the business after being told he was losing his job.