Two Wichita Falls capital murder suspects arrested in 2013 will be in court Friday.
A Wichita Falls man is accused of beating a pregnant woman and throwing a metal pipe at her.
Former GOP nominee Mitt Romney told close supporters on a conference call on Friday that he will not run for president, saying that he wants to allow other leaders in the party to step forward.
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Two Clay County juveniles have been taken into custody for making threats of school violence.
Over the next four weeks, prepare to go on a journey. As part of Black History Month, each Thursday night we'll share a story that's been very seldom told.
Organizers hope to pack the track at Relay for Life 2015.
A DPS traffic stop yields a major synthetic marijuana bust.
The current downturn in the oil and gas industry has raised major concerns for residents in one Texoma town.
A Wichita Falls business owner has become the first person to file for the Wichita Falls City Council election in May.
Castaway Cove has officially started construction on thew new Aqualoop waterslide attraction set to open this summer.
A measles outbreak in California that has spread to eight other states is raising concerns in Texoma over the potentially deadly disease.
Lawton city leaders are looking into cloud seeding as a potential water saving alternative with three reservoirs, Lake Lawtonka, Lake Ellsworth and part of Waurika Lake sitting at 41%.
The band line up has been announced for the Annual Downtown Wichita Falls Saint Patrick's Day Festival.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says securing the borders is the federal government's job.
The numbers surrounding an anti-evaporation powder used on Lake Arrowhead are in.
After years of political wrangling, the Republican controlled Senate on Thursday passed its first priority of the new Congress: the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Crockett Elementary students learn how math and music can be related.