Officers continue their search for a man they say held a gun to a Wichita Falls store clerk's head Saturday night, and robbed the store.
Police say a suspect is in custody after pulling a knife on Kohl's store employees.
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Protesters far outnumbered attendees of a Satanic 'black mass' held in Oklahoma City Sunday.
Islamist militants controlling parts of Iraq and Syria have purportedly released a new audio recording warning Americans that "you will not feel secure even in your bedrooms."
Lois Lerner, the central figure in the IRS scandal, is breaking her silence in an unapologetic interview where she says she's not sorry and maintains she “didn’t do anything wrong” -- despite widely documented evidence that her division targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny.
A woman who flipped her truck this morning in Wichita Falls is heading back to jail on suspicion of drunk driving.
Despite a little bit of rain the last few weeks, a major Wichita Falls construction project is still on schedule.
Even though the Texas Oklahoma fair has left the falls, another event will be rolling into town this weekend to provide fun for the whole family.
For World Alzheimer's Day on September 21st, Home Instead Senior care encourages families to do something special this year for their loved ones.
A cattle show honoring a local show competitor closed out the 2014 T.O Fair on Sunday.
Wichita Falls Police say two people were taken to the hospital after a one- vehicle rollover wreck Saturday afternoon.
Thousands of people headed out to St. Jo this weekend, hoping to get a little mud on their tires.
Dozens of people came together in Burkburnett on Saturday to participate in a national walk, to conquer a neurological disease.
The Central Boys and Girls Club in Wichita Falls hosted the 14th annual Day for Kids on Saturday.
Eleven Electra businesses were honored on Saturday by the Texas Historical Commission as Texas Treasure Businesses.
Being arrested on August 13th in a K2 raid angered Wichita Falls store owner, Bill Hagle, but he says receiving a letter from police earlier this week about the raid, infuriated him even more.
Wichita Falls fire crews work hard to get flames under control on Hollandale Avenue.
Voters in the May Wichita Falls ISD bond election overwhelming rejected the bond proposal but that hasn't discouraged district officials from looking toward the future.