A wreck involved a Honda Fit and a GMC pickup sends one person to the hospital.
Local health officials say though numbers are down, you need to make sure you get your flu shot.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says he's currently working on a new bill to deal with the BLM's potential land grab of property along the Red River.
Local health officials say if you received your Measels shot between 1963 and 1967, you need to check your shot records.
We depend on our cell phones for so much these days: everything from banking to keeping in touch with friends. But as we've all learned, especially in the past year, putting all that information on just one device can make it easy for hackers to access it all, too.
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.
A measles outbreak in California that has spread to eight other states is raising concerns in Texoma over the potentially deadly disease.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says securing the borders is the federal government's job.
The Wichita Falls Independent School District is seeking the community's input on designs of a possible career and technology education center that may be included in a school bond proposal later this year.
A Wichita Falls mother in a on mission to raise awareness for a rare and serious illness that is affecting her son and is the leading cause of heart disease in children.
Less than 5- years after it was established, the Wichita County Sheriff's Office Citizen's Alumni Association has raised more than $100,000.
The Bowie Police Department is fully staffed once again after three new officers have signed up to serve and protect Bowie residents.
Several upcoming events are aimed to help you kick the habit for good and educate your children about the dangers of tobacco!
Texoma communities continue to do their part in finding new water sources as lakes levels drop in this ongoing drought. However, cities like Graham have remained proactive in making sure every drop counts.
Local health officials say students in Texas are required to have the Measles shots before enrolling in kindergarten.
WFISD organized a series of five sessions for residents to voice their opinions about a potential new career and technical education center.