Nocona volunteer fire officials say a candle started a house fire in Nocona Monday morning that destroyed the home and killed two pets.
Rain can help bring rise to mosquitoes but Wichita Falls health officials say the mosquito population was a growing problem before the rain started.
A dirt biker damages the Wee-Chi-Tah Off-Road trail and makes the trail potentially dangerous for anyone who rides or runs it.
The New Grand Hotel is still not open, after claiming they would be open by July 27th.
This has not been Texoma's typical July, either in rainfall or temperature. The highs are lower and the rain is greater.
Wichita County commissioners have done most of the work to get the next county budget ready.
One is dead and four high school students are injured after a crash early Sunday morning, and friends and loved ones are coming together to pray.
One of 5 Wichita Falls teenagers involved in an accident over the weekend has passed away.
Oklahoma Department of Corrections officials say extradition of an inmate authorities say escaped from the Granite State Reformatory last week is underway.
A Wichita Falls man is behind bars after a driver reported he pointed a gun at him following a fit of road rage.
Man killed, young daughter injured when small plane crashes on Florida beach.
A new study finds the handshake transmits double the amount of bacteria a high five would. Erika Edwards reports.
North Carolina woman working in Liberia treated for deadly virus. Diana Rugg reports.
The United Nations is urging Israel and Palestine to stop the violence, but neither side shows any signs of backing down. Tracie Potts reports.
Families says their backyards have become a restroom for drivers on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Maria Miller reports.
Would-be thieves get beating from MMA champion turned convenience store clerk. Amy Davis reports.
Israeli strikes hit within yards of Gaza's main hospital as well as at a refugee camp on Monday, leaving at least 30 dead and wounded.
A relief group official says two American aid workers have tested positive for the Ebola virus while working to combat an outbreak of the deadly disease at a hospital in Liberia.
A South Texas city still struggling with drought has started enforcing tougher water-use restrictions.
Police identified the five people thrown from their vehicle over the weekend.