American Legion Post 142 in Quanah is getting a makeover.
The Graham City Council is expected to vote on the future of the city's alley dumpsters on Thursday.
Sharon Bankhead is charged with forgery and theft over $20,000.
President Obama is expected to lay out his executive order on immigration Thursday night.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry has been rubber stamped by the House Republican Conference to lead the House Armed Services Committee.
The Department of Health and Human Services reports over one million people have tried to access the healthcare insurance marketplace since the second round of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act opened on Nov. 15.
Crime Stoppers could use your help in solving a credit card abuse case.
Gas for the City of Crowell is back on after gas to the city was shut off around 8:30 on Monday morning.
Great American Smokeout is Thursday and organizers are presenting the annual initiative in a unique way this year.
Heaters in homes across Texoma are in overdrive as folks try to escape the cold weather and that can have utility bills skyrocketing.
Kirk Morton pleaded guilty to sexual assault.
A vehicle ran over a Wichita Falls fire hydrant early Friday morning, causing thousands of gallons of water to flood an area street.
Steven Ashbrook is charged with cruelty of non-livestock animals and discharge of a firearm.
MSU's Kappa Sigma Fraternity is hosting its annual Box-a-Thon fundraising event Friday through Sunday.
In only one week, We'll be helping Skip celebrate his 2nd retirement after his first retirement from the Air Force years ago.
As folks try to stay warm during this cold snap, heating experts are encouraging them to take the necessary steps to make sure they are safe before turning up the thermostat.
Jerry Joe Garza is charged with capital murder.
Crime Stoppers could use your help finding a man officers believe tried to kidnap a jr. high girl walking home from school.
Your wait time at United Regional could soon be reduced. That's because the hospital is expanding. The hospital is adding additional space for its emergency room and renovating the current one.
The men and women on the front lines of our military are some of the strongest in the world, but it takes a lot to get there and a lot to get back there when they are wounded or injured. That's why there are physical training and rehabilitation programs at military installments across the nation.