A man wanted for a shooting at a night club last week is behind bars.
A man tangles with a thorn bush before tangling with police.
This is the first year for the Barwise Leadership Academy's plastic model building club.
What comes up, must come down.
There is a Silver Alert issued in Oklahoma for a missing woman from Stephens county.
Skip McBride receives the U.S. Flag which was flown over the U.S. Capitol on September 11, 2014 from U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry.
Rider High School will not be able to use it's kitchen until they are able to fix...
A premiere party in Wichita Falls is where contestants and instructors were announced for this year's Dancing for the Start Wichita Falls fundraiser.
Lisa Kowalick was more than shocked to be the surprise recipient of the 2014 Dorothy Moser Huffman Award for Creative Teaching.
Two Petrolia students gave back to someone who has motivated them to do the most with their lives.
Texas State Representative James Frank stopped by the KFDX studios to honor Skip and his career.
The Graham City Council is expected to vote on the future of the city's alley dumpsters on Thursday.
Sharon Bankhead is charged with forgery and theft over $20,000.
President Obama is expected to lay out his executive order on immigration Thursday night.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry has been rubber stamped by the House Republican Conference to lead the House Armed Services Committee.
The buzz at the annual regional water resource conference, hosted by the Red River Valley Association in Wichita Falls is that rain could soon be heading our way, thanks to El Nino
After passing by a narrow margin earlier this month, the Archer City Independent School District improvement bond vote was put to a recount on Wednesday.
It has been 5 months since Wichita Falls became the first city in the world to mix 50% lake water with 50% waste water to help stretch our water supply. When the water reuse pipeline was first turned on there were many questions about the recycled water. But as time has passed, have concerns and fears been erased?
While responding to a store robbery that turned out to be nothing, Electra police officer, James Ward says he noticed a car on the road side.
A Wichita Falls couple is jailed on $50,000 bonds after police say they left their two children alone in a cold apartment while they went to smoke meth.