Crowley police said they arrested Deborah Reece, 50, and charged her with felony child endangerment after she left her 2-year-old grandchild in her vehicle while she shopped.
Houston police said a man swinging a crutch at passing cars on the interstate was fatally struck by a car.
There are two different calendars in the world of seasons, the Astronomical Calendar and the Meteorological Calendar.
The problem of distracted drivers around school zones and school buses is getting worse. Chris Clackum reports.
A man facing trial for murdering his ex-wife and burying her body almost 15 years ago appeared in an Altus courtroom Tuesday.
Twelve children were transported to nearby hospitals Tuesday morning after a school bus tipped onto its side in Waxahachie, about 20 miles south of Dallas, Ellis County officials said.
Despite the drought, people enjoyed the hitting water at Lake Arrowhead on Labor Day.
Olive Garden for the 13th year in a row brought food to people in Wichita Falls who had to work on Labor Day.
Wichita Falls residents could soon be paying more in property taxes.
Dozens from the Wichita Falls community headed to the Hardin Administration Building lawn for the MSU carillon recital on Sunday.
A new fun activity for boys from kindergarten to 18 years old is coming to Wichita Falls.
The Department of Transportation is cracking down this holiday weekend and encouraging everyone to practice safe driving.
A historic building in downtown Wichita Falls should be reopened this time next year.
A downtown Wichita Falls staple is getting some upgrades.
One of Wichita Falls most precious resources was given away Saturday for a good cause.
Gas prices have been dropping since early August, just in time for drivers who are traveling for the Labor Day holiday.
Two California men were stopped in Wichita Falls on their way to Arlington, TX and found with over $74,000 worth of marijuana.
The 2014 AMMO Bowl Tournament has a special cause behind it this year.
A Duncan doctor accused of shooting his ex wife's boyfriend in the leg is found not guilty.
For nearly fifty years of dedicated service to Camp Fire we honor Bettye Ricks with the Spirit of Texoma award.