From gasoline sales to grocery purchases, the Texas Department of Agriculture is supposed to ensure consumers aren't getting ripped off by fuel pumps, retail scanners or other measuring devices.
As temperatures drop across Texoma, winter supplies sales soar.
While all but the first flight out of Wichita Falls Regional Airport were cancelled on Friday, many are wondering what the situation will be like for the weekend.
Guilty. That's the verdict reached by a jury Friday afternoon inside a Fort Worth courtroom in the capital murder trial of Gabriel Armandariz.
A snowy morning didn't keep dozens of Meals on Wheels volunteers from helping provide hungry Texomans with warm meals on Friday.
A snowstorm that closed schools and halted traffic across North Texas is being blamed for 15 cars and two tractor-trailers sliding off U.S. Highway 75 near Dallas.
On Wednesday, Winston walters, who starred in the A&E show "Mudcats" was found guilty on four counts, and the jury recommend sentences totalling just over 90 years.
There have been several car crashes Friday morning since the snow started falling.
Rick Perry spoke at the CPAC conference on Friday morning, presenting the former governor a chance to reset the table before the conservative base and the national press after his disastrous 2012 bid.
Wichita Falls police are urging drivers to stay home unless "absolutely necessary."
Our Black History Month "Journey" series is wrapping after exploring 450- years of the African American experience in Florida.
Once again, Wichita Falls residents will be voting on a school bond come May.
WF Board of Trustees vote to put a $59.5 million dollar bond that would include a new Career and Technical Education Center on the May ballot.
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.