Now that all that snow and ice has finally pushed out of Texoma, some drivers are still concerned about getting around safely.
A Stephens County jury recommends the death penalty in the punishment phase of Miles Bench trial.
OSBI has released more information about their investigation into the death of an 18-month-old baby:
Students all around the state are gearing up for the STAAR exam next month, but third graders at Ben Milam Elementary are gearing up in a different way
From Texas to New England, Mother Nature has rocked much of the country hard in 2015, but when it comes to how things are in the northeast, can we really complain?
An Olney man is behind bars, charged with aggravated assault, and Young County authorities are investigating whether injuries he allegedly inflicted to his girlfriend led or contributed to her death.
A lawsuit filed in Tarrant County alleging long-term and horrendous, sexual abuse of a 7th grader at Notre Dame Middle School in Wichita Falls is seeking an award of more than $1 million from the Fort Worth Catholic Diocese and Bishop.
Officials say they're glad construction crews were ahead of schedule on city projects before the snow and ice hit.
The Texas Department of Public Safety moved a a step closer to getting funding for hundreds of additional troopers Thursday after the House Appropriations Committee tentatively approved a $105 million agency request.
Doctors, law enforcement officers, and family members of crash victims gathered Thursday at the Capitol to testify in support of a statewide texting-while-driving ban. Forty-four states now ban text messaging while driving.
Gas executions are one step closer to becoming law in Oklahoma. Members of the House of Representatives voted 85 to 10 to allow the state to use nitrogen hypoxia when lethal injection drugs are not available.
The man accused of destroying the Ten Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol is talking about what led up to the alleged crime.
Weeks of hard work on an agriculture project vanished in minutes for a Bellevue student, but she still brought two blue ribbons back to school from the San Antonio Stock Show.
The latest information from the Climate Prediction Center is that El Niño has begun but it should have no effect on our weather.
There have been several accidents around the area.
Let your kids reel in some fun this weekend at a fishing contest!
This weekend there are two ways you can help a Wichita Falls mother as she battles cancer.
A construction company owner wanted to help a former employee working to support his family.
Links to road conditions, airports, interactive radar, and more.
More than 100 grams of meth is off the streets after police execute a search warrant in Wichita Falls.