Crime Stoppers could use your help finding a man police say shot another man twice in Wichita Falls.
Now that temperatures are cooler, state fish experts say anglers can expect some good fishing at smaller area ponds, despite the drought.
A Missouri prosecutor announced Monday that the grand jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson, the white police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson in August.
Almost all of Texoma saw a great amount of rainfall over the weekend and there were even some rainfall records set.
A Wichita Falls city truck took a very sharp turn, spilling gravel and gas.
Residents in an area that normally floods every time it rains won't have to worry about water creeping into their yards much longer.
Upgrades are coming to University Kiwanis Park.
Friends and loved ones remembered former MSU president Dr. Louis J. Rodriquez at a memorial service on Monday.
Downtown Proud organizers made a tough call this afternoon to cancel the City Lights Parade completely.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down amid criticism of the president’s national security team on a series of global issues, including the threat posed by the militant group known as ISIS.
Quail season has been in full swing for about a month now and hunters will be happy to know the population seems to be higher than the last few years.
City officials some new upgrades are coming to Lucy Park, and they hope those changes will make the park safer.
Some traffic changes you should know about if you'll be driving this week in Wichita Falls.
The Evangel Temple kicked off their "Phased In" program that provides boys who have aged out of the foster care program with a home about a year ago. They are now looking for donations to build a girls' dorm.
Crews continue to make repairs to the Rider High School kitchen.
On Sunday, the Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra hosted their fall concert.
On Sunday, the Evangel Temple in Wichita Falls hosted its' annual Turkey Day, giving nearly 300 turkeys away to families in need.
After a few slow years the Wichita Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau is feeling hopefully that some new events will bring large numbers of visitors to the city.
Country music and good food helped raise money for a local non-profit Saturday night.
The Museum of North Texas History has now officially opened it's toy themed Christmas exhibit. This year it's called Christmas Toys & Christmas Joys.