Candidates can now file to run for the municipal elections in May.
After a series of meetings with members of the community last week, Wichita Falls ISD wants your opinions on a possible new career technology center for a new bond proposal.
Wichita Falls police are searching for two men they say robbed a woman at gunpoint early Wednesday morning.
The Super Bowl 2015 commercials have already begun. Watch them right here on our website!
A judge's decision on Tuesday not to dismiss two indictments against Rick Perry has both legal and political implications.
A controversial commercial is being pulled from the Super Bowl.
Less than 5- years after it was established, the Wichita County Sheriff's Office Citizen's Alumni Association has raised more than $100,000.
KFDX weekend anchor Melissa Foy named one of the 20 under 40 recipients.
At a city council meeting on Tuesday night, city leaders will discuss and finalize the restriction under the stage 5 water ban.
Job growth, new city projects and business expansions are key when it comes to keeping Texoma's unemployment rates low, according to the Chamber of Commerce.
In Poland, about 300 Holocaust survivors were honored guests at a ceremony in Auschwitz.
The Seahawks and Patriots faced thousands of journalists as part of Super Bowl Media Day.
A mistrial inside a Comanche County courtroom was declared Tuesday afternoon in the murder case against a man accused of burying his wife's body in the backyard of their Lawton home.
Stephen County Commissioners have acknowledged that two rural water well projects are complete.
Wichita Falls' newest millionaire has already picked up his winnings!
A man police say was involved in the shooting death of Australian baseball player Chris Lane has taken a plea deal.
Nanny terrified to learn someone has hacked into baby monitor camera and is watching her every move.
A woman who promised that if she didn’t find love by the time she turned 40 married herself earlier this month in a lavish ceremony.
Massachusetts is being inundated with snow, while New Yorkers are breathing a sigh of relief after a glancing blow from the storm. Chris Pollone reports.
Gunman opens fire on Minnesota police officers moments after they're sworn in during town hall meeting.