As stage five water restrictions loom for Wichita Falls, some surrounding communities are getting ready to follow suit, especially those that buy water from Wichita Falls.
Wichita Falls parents, teachers and community members on Tuesday evening voiced their opinions and concerns over the Wichita Falls Independent School District's $125 million bond proposal during the district's third and final town hall meeting.
On Monday, Wichita Falls Independent School District officials held its second of three informational town hall meetings in an effort to answer any questions the community may have regarding the district's $125 million bond proposal.
Cashion, the small community north of Sheppard Air Force Base, now has an airport zoning ordinance in effect.
The ongoing devastating drought and the bitter winter we are finally coming out of continues to leave its mark on those who live in the region.
Sgt. Charlie Eipper is the author of "Jesus Christ on Killing."
While crews have been able to complete some routine lake maintenance like erosion control work and putting new flotation on all boat docks, it's mostly bad news when it comes to the drought's effects on the lake.
If the city of Wichita Falls enters stage five water restrictions, public and private swimming pools including Castaway Cove, would not be allowed to be filled with the city's potable water supply.
Fellow murder defendants took the stand to help prosecutors build their case against Thorsten Rushing.
Pennsylvania police say high school sophomore went on early morning stabbing rampage.
There's a benefit set for this Saturday for a Burkburnett man well- known in the world of rodeo.
April is Confederate History month in Texas and in years past, a Confederate flag has flown in place of the American flag over the Wilbarger County courthouse in honor of Confederate soldiers.
The National Weather Service has released new information indicating multiple new tornado records have been set.
The Wichita Falls Independent School District wants to make sure voters know everything they need to know about their bond proposal before heading to the polls next month.
The 911 system for the Wichita-Wilbarger 911 District is about to be updated with the latest technology.
A special group of kids will be showing their skills in the saddle Saturday.
Severe weather can hit Texoma at anytime this time of year but that does not necessarily mean Seeding Operations and Atmospheric Research, SOAR, can seed the clouds rolling through.
Texas Department of Corrections officials say two corrections officers were stabbed by multiple inmates with homemade weapons.
A new business set to open its doors in Graham has suffered a major setback after burglars get away with thousands of dollars worth of copper wire and tools.
Clay County Sheriff Kenny Lemons took the stand on Tuesday afternoon in the custody case of about 30 horses that were seized by deputies after they were allegedly found malnourished and starving on a Clay County ranch.
If your child will be attending the new consolidated Barwise/Zundy campus next year, the Wichita Falls Independent School District Board of Trustees now has the potential names for the new school.
Family members of 13-year-old Gloria Montoya, a teen killed in an accident along with her cousin, 18-year-old Yeni Lopez and Lopez's unborn baby, are speaking out.
Officers say two subjects pulled a gun on a man in the parking lot of a Wichita Falls hotel.
Assistant Secretary of State William Brownfield was in Texoma this morning to thank Air Tractor, an aircraft manufacturer based in Olney, and its employees for being instrumental in the world wide fight against drugs.
Residents of Wichita Falls spoke out on Thursday evening about their concerns on city issues during the Mayor's Town Hall Forum.
Foster has worked as fire chief for nine years.
A snapshot of our area shows overall health is improving but there are still areas that need work.
Keithan Williams is charged with aggravated robbery.
Electra City Commissioners voted to appoint members of the city's staff to new positions.
A man originally stopped for driving without a license is now facing weapon and drug charges.
Tuff has type 1 diabetes and needs help in getting funds to purchase a specially-trained dog.
Residents in Cashion, the small community north of Sheppard Air Force Base, voiced their opinions on a possible airport zoning ordinance on Monday evening.
According to NBC/Universal's The Weather Channel this March has seen very few confirmed tornadoes.
Wichita Falls is in the process of experiencing a boom in new businesses with several new shopping centers currently under construction.
A new company set to open its doors in Graham next month is looking to hire.
Texomans are doing everything they can to make sure water continues to flow in this drought-stricken region.
Devon Criss pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated robbery.
The city of Lawton wants to put an emphasis on health, after the CDC rated Oklahoma one of the most unhealthy states in the country.
Since cloud seeding began in Wichita County on March 1, three flights have soared in an effort to bring some much needed rain to this region.
Wild Bird Rescue cares for owl after falling 20 feet from a tree.
Cattle herd sizes are down, making meat prices for consumers greater. Ranchers say herd sizes won't grow anytime soon.
More than 120 employees laid off after Electra's biggest employer closed its doors for good over the weekend are now on the job hunt.
Experts say the drought nationwide is causing food prices to rise as much as 3.5 percent this year.
A craving for some chicken wings, hot pockets and chocolate chip cookies is what landed one man behind bars.
During the upcoming May election, Electra residents will have an opportunity to vote on a bond to fund the construction of a new high school.
Wichita County Sheriff's Office seizes nearly $150,000, and puts a drug dealer behind bars.
Policed say a woman barricades herself and three children inside their home after smoking k-2.
Two separate collisions are caused by a driver running a red light, slowing down some traffic Monday morning.
NOAA has issued an El Nino Watch for Earth, this could be the drought fix we have been waiting for.
As potential Stage Five water restrictions loom over Wichita Falls, local businesses are being proactive in their efforts to conserve the precious resource.
For more than three hours, Wichita Falls SWAT and negotiation teams worked to get Reynolds out of the apartment safely. The stand-off ended with no injuries. But one mother says she almost called first responders while trapped inside, scared for her baby's life.
Wichita Falls PD is wrapping things up with the standoff.
Minimum building code requirements not enough to stand up to strong tornadoes.
The accomplice of Michael Ray, who last week was sentenced to life in prison without parole for stabbing to death his ex-girlfriend, Alyssa Wiles, will stay in juvenile detention for at least six more months.
Wichita Fall's animal control euthanasia rate has prompted the health department to present a new adoption program before city council Tuesday.
The official start of spring is just over a week away, and with that warmer temperatures.
A Stephens County judge says two of the three teens accused in the murder of Australian baseball player, Chris lane in August, will go to trial.
City leaders in Cashion, the small community north of Sheppard Air Force Base, will soon be voting on a possible Airport Zoning Ordinance but first, they'll have to hear from their Cashion neighbors.
Burkburnett begins constructing 28 water wells to provide another one million gallons of water per day to the city.
Horses that provide therapeutic riding through a Texoma non-profit to physically and mentally challenged children and wounded warriors will soon have a new home.