Noon Interview: Dr. Spears Q&A
An opportunity for family fun, and a little healthy education is coming up this Saturday.
A Wichita Falls woman who police say broke into a house she was hired to help clean will be in court Friday.
A newlywed taking photos of his first snowfall was killed in an apparent random shooting in Dallas Thursday, less than a month after he moved to the United States from Iraq, police and family said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study is the first to report on worsening memory loss or confusion in households and could offer insight into the health and financial consequences for families.
High school student scrambles to escape oncoming car on icy street, but ends up airborne when another car is sent crashing into her.
(The New York Times) Is it cruel to use wild animals, such as elephants, tigers and bears, as traveling entertainers? Or would the circus just not be the circus without its animal stars?
The Labor Department's monthly jobs report may be an indicator of the health of the overall job market in the near-term, but there are specific jobs that have the most promise for growth, according to government data.
Ford "saved several lives" by avoiding crashing his vintage plane into a densely populated area, an eyewitness told NBC News on Friday.
Our chief meteorologist, Kevin Selle had a lot of fun coming out and visiting Mrs. Cobb's class and making the students weather wizards! They set up a quick experiment using light.
The year 2015 is off to a slow start as far as the total number of tornadoes that have occurred.
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.
This little boy is absolutely tired of the cold weather, and looks to heaven for some sunshine.