The 2015 Texas Alliance of Energy Producers Expo and Annual meeting got underway in downtown Wichita Falls on Tuesday and organizers expect another successful event.
A Florida man is jailed on $85,000 in bonds after a DPS Trooper stopped his pickup on 287 in Wichita County and says he found duffel bags of marijuana, hashish and more than $20,000 in bundled cash.
The oil and gas industry has been battling the effects of lower prices over the last year.
Bond of $25,000 was set for a Wichita Falls woman after authorities say she slashed her sister in the face with a box knife blade during an argument at a convenience store.
The Wichita Falls Regional Airport change order will complete the new facility.
Now that Spring is here, the rain has brought the mosquitos out early and health district officials want to remind you to be cautious of some of the viruses they may carry.
Dashcam video shows Mesquite, Texas officers pulling driver from burning car.
Dashcam footage shows an unusual ending to a high-speed chase, as a state trooper darts into the frame and throws a two-footed jump kick that knocks a surrendering suspect from his motorcycle.
A pregnant woman was run over and killed unintentionally by her husband Monday in Houston.
In recent years, earthquakes have become a common occurrence for many residents across Oklahoma.
Elizabeth Smart was 14 when she was abducted in 2002. She will share her story at MSU on April 21st.
Investigators are trying to figure out what started a fire causing multiple explosions on the property of a Texas police department.
Five people are behind bars Tuesday afternoon after police say they were caught with more than 25 pounds of marijuana.
Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries issued a voluntary recall Monday night for all of its products on the market after two samples of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream tested positive for listeria, a potentially deadly bacteria.
Crime Stoppers needs you help solving a missing person's case.
WFISD Board of Trustees appoint an interim superintendent Monday night.
It didn't seem like a fair fight. On one side were hulking football players and pro wrestlers, competing as teams of two to eat as many pounds of steak as they could, combined, in one hour.
A man arrested just over a month ago on drug charges after a traffic stop now faces another felony charge.
Outdoor burning is once again allowed for Wichita County residents after county commissioners voted to lift the burn ban Monday morning.
One Texoma volunteer fire department is hoping you will be hungry for old fashioned German sausage so they will be able to pay for a much needed fire truck.