Flight paramedic Erasmus “Johan” van der Colff IV died Wednesday night from injuries suffered in the October 4th helicopter accident in Wichita Falls.
The Storm Prediction Center has started using a new and expanded threat level system for severe weather forecasts across the U.S..
A pastry chef at Kathy's Bakery wanted to Pay it Forward to a single mom who recently hit a rough patch.
A sexual assault trial will also resume tomorrow after a day full of testimony, including from the alleged victim.
Prosecutors look to have a huge break in the investigation of the triple homicide of a family in Duncan.
There are many different ways to tell a story. It doesn't always involve talking or reading a book.
Day one of testimony in the trial of a man charged in one of Texoma's oldest unsolved murders wrapped up on Wednesday evening after half a dozen witnesses take the stand inside a Baylor County courtroom.
One day after city councilors voted to extend the deadline for car washes to be off city water, even if lakes hit 20%, some car wash operators are still upset that they may cut off at all.
Dallas nurse Amber Vinson no longer has Ebola, her family says.
Early voting is underway.
The Wichita Falls Animal Services Center is celebrating a big milestone.
Most of the questions at MSU's Ebola forum were about how the virus is contracted.
The family of Candice Shields speaks out after Jeremy Thornburg was found guilty in the 2011 murder.
In Baylor County, the trial of a man charged in one of Texoma's oldest cold case murders is expected to begin on Wednesday.
Texomans help take a bite out of hunger on Monday afternoon during the 3rd Annual Empty Bowls event.
The second of two former Altus police officers charged in an undercover FBI and police investigation has now pleaded guilty.
Wichita Falls car washes can continue to use city water until the end of January, no matter how low the lakes get.
School officials confirm 22 students were stung by a swarm of bees outside Saginaw's Highland Middle School Tuesday morning during PE class.
Archer City officials want their citizens to celebrate Halloween two days earlier than normal.
This morning in a Young County courtroom, the defense and prosecution gave their closing arguments in the trial of a man accused of killing a Graham woman.