Wichita Falls Mayor Glenn Barham is proud of the street department's response, after two recent rounds of winter weather.
A woman and her grandson made it out safely after their house exploded Monday evening in the Pleasant Grove area of southeast Dallas, authorities said.
The parent of a Lakewood Elementary School student says her child, and several others, reported headaches and vomiting a day before the Dallas school was evacuated over dangerous levels of carbon monoxide gas.
The state has worked for decades to halt the proliferation of colonias, but it has no way to declassify communities that have outgrown the colonia description.
Cotton County voters are deciding if they will pay more in taxes to keep the county operating.
Officials are investigating how 1,121 cattle went missing from a dairy facility in the northeast Texas Panhandle.
After the first vendor fails to secure financing, Wichita Falls City Councilors sign an agreement with another to run a restaurant and vending services at the new air terminal.
A narcotics search by the Wichita Falls SWAT team lands two men behind bars.
A multi-hour manhunt in Vernon ends with a suspect being shot in the leg after stealing a cop car.
Dr. Robert Nelson will speak Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Clark Student Center.
The Wichita Falls police department urges residents to watch speeds in school zones.
A Texas woman says she will sue a health care company for putting her at risk for Ebola.
With the new $59.5 million bond election now set for May and approaching ... Wichitans are learning more and developing opinions.
Gabriel Armandariz's criminal, mental and family history will play key roles during the punishment phase of his capital murder trial which started Monday morning in Fort Worth.
Parents, teachers and Dr. Seuss fans are celebrating his birthday by picking up a book!
There are new developments following some tense moments Sunday night where witnesses say a man walked into a counseling center with a loaded rifle.
Miles Bench's stepfather takes the stand as sentencing begins in Stephens County.
Authorities say residents with outstanding fines need to take care of them, or risk going to jail.
Leading Texas Republicans on Monday asked the Obama administration for greater flexibility to administer Medicaid — a move that has gotten little traction in the past.
Remember to turn your clocks ahead one hour before you go to bed Saturday night or turn them ahead when you wake up on Sunday morning.