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A Texoma landowner joined 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry on Capitol Hill on Tuesday morning in hopes of resolving the Red River land dispute.
Four people are taken to the hospital after a pickup and minivan collide in Wichita Falls Tuesday evening.
One week after its CEO resigns, Wilbarger General Hospital now has a new interim top boss.
Wichita County Sheriff's Officers and DPS troopers responded to a one vehicle mishap around 11 Tuesday morning.
A woman was sent to the hospital after a rollover accident near Memorial Stadium early Tuesday afternoon.
Cattle ranchers and wheat farmers are feeling optimistic after recent rains.
A bill which may relieve concerns of property owners along the red river from a possible takeover of land or new restrictions on land use is on the first leg of its way through congress.
The Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District received two grants that funded several new billboards going up throughout Wichita County.
People all over Texoma are keeping their eyes peeled for the sometimes deadly kissing bug, but there are a few things that you need to know.
President Obama delivers remarks on the situation in Ukraine.
A 23-year-old woman who was arrested for manufacture and delivery of crystal meth last year has her bonds on those charges revoked and now faces new charges of drug dealing.
Prayer vigils are scheduled for the five teens involved in a fatal crash over the weekend.
A man who's been in and out of jail over the past several weeks is back in jail, and this time may stay there because of the bonds.
A traffic stop in Burkburnett leads to a drug arrest but not before authorities say they had to tase the suspect as he was trying to get away.
Nocona volunteer fire officials say a candle started a house fire in Nocona Monday morning that destroyed the home and killed two pets.
Rain can help bring rise to mosquitoes but Wichita Falls health officials say the mosquito population was a growing problem before the rain started.
A dirt biker damages the Wee-Chi-Tah Off-Road trail and makes the trail potentially dangerous for anyone who rides or runs it.
The New Grand Hotel is still not open, after claiming they would be open by July 27th.
This has not been Texoma's typical July, either in rainfall or temperature. The highs are lower and the rain is greater.