On Saturday an annual fundraiser raised money for a program that gives boys who have been phased out of the foster care program a place to live.
Students and teachers might be breathing a sigh of relief ... now that the latest round of STAAR tests is over. Across the state of Texas, many students took the test earlier this week; but, two in the WFISD did not.
Friday morning activities at the Wichita County courthouse were put on hold for a few hours, after county employees received a bomb threat around 8:15 a.m.
Michael Bullitt will retire after serving as CEO for 13 years at HealthSouth Rehab Center in Wichita Falls.
Early voting for the Wichita Falls Independent School District bond issue and city elections begins on April 27 and with around 50 thousand registered voters, the last several WFISD bond elections only drew around 20% of voters.
A 32-year-old Wichita Falls man who claimed he was the victim of a Craigslist scam, is sentenced to 12 months in jail for forgery.
Wichita Falls drivers have been having trouble even moving, after apparently running over spikes in the road.
Maplewood Avenue is back open after being closed for a couple of hours from Kemp Blvd to Midwestern Parkway.
A 37-year-old Wichita Falls woman is sentenced for hitting a 5-year-old girl who was under her care.
Kipenzi, which means "loved one" in Swahili, is the name of the Dallas Zoo's newest baby giraffe.
A fire broke out in Clay County, damaging a home across the street from Petrolia Elementary.
The largest Special Olympics in the area starts Saturday morning in Iowa Park.
Don't miss the half-price book sale at the Book Warehouse May 2nd.
It's time to start thinking about the big Hotter 'N Hell Hundred this August!
It's been challenged numerous times through the years, but it remains the champion for another year.
After nearly three fourths of voters did not support a $125 million school bond last year, WFISD is trying again in the May 9th election.
A new project coming to Wilbarger County will have an impact of more than one- million dollars to two school districts there over the course of the next several years.
A 14-year-old Munday boy, who drowned in Miller's Creek Reservoir during a faming outing on Saturday, was laid to rest on Thursday.
A Burkburnett man is jailed on $75,000 bond, after police say a resident reported he might be storing meth in her home.
Organizers put together a birthday party for Roy Orbison in his hometown of Vernon.