A man who admitted defrauding a couple from Wichita Falls, Texas, out of their life savings, was sentenced Monday morning in federal court in Wichita Falls.
A Wichita Falls man is behind bars after allegedly trying to choke his mother.
A Burkburnett man is jailed after police say he tried to attack another man with a tomahawk.
Testimony resumed Monday in the trial of a man accused of killing a 20-year-old Graham woman.
With early voting underway we will be providing information on the issues and candidates on the ballot.
Beautiful sunsets are nothing unusual in Texoma. But, the sunset on October 23, 2014, will be a little different.
Authorities in Bryan County, Oklahoma say they're on the hunt for a man charged with murder who escaped the county's jail over the weekend.
Dozens of people were taken off the Ebola watch list at midnight Monday, clearing a major hurdle in the fight against the spread of the deadly virus.
A Burk Family remembered three loved ones on Sunday at a balloon release, one year after they were killed in a fire.
The hotter temperatures make it sometimes tough on the crop, local pumpkin patches say they get by each season.
A local non-profit, Disaster Helping Hands, needs donations for a new building that will ultimately help people who have been through a natural disaster.
The Elks Lodge was full of boots, belt buckles and big cowboy hats Saturday as dozens gathered for a good cause.
The smell of bacon and BBQ filled Vernon Saturday for the annual Red River BBQ Battle and Bacon Fest.
A new pet rescue in town is hoping to save some more lives in Texoma.
The 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer's raises awareness and funds for Alzheimer's research.
The 2014 Crime Stoppers cops and robbers 5k brought people to the MPEC on Saturday morning.
The Boy Scout troop 15 worked on a project on Saturday that will provide people in need with meals during the winter months.
Halloween doesn't have to be scary and these little ones proved that tonight at the annual Not So Scary Halloween.
Ebola cases in Dallas have many Wichita Falls residents prepared to take drastic steps to keep their families safe, but public health officials say there's simply no need for that.
For the first time in a decade, Wichita County's voting system has a new look. That's after Wichita County Commissioners approved spending $118,000 on that equipment.