At a packed committee hearing Monday evening, advocates for Tesla Motors told a panel of Texas House members that it was time to bring state laws into the 21st century and let the company sell its luxury electric cars in Texas.
Police have not made any arrests in an apparent double-homicide in Quanah. Quanah ISD remains on soft lock down.
Area farmers say they're expecting a bumper strawberry crop this year.
Last year, the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank fed more people than ever: more than 74,000.
A man is jailed on $105,000 bond after police say he broke into his former girlfriend's home and stabbed her.
Wicked Weather Weekend is Friday and Saturday at the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center.
Joseph Humphreys is charged with manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance.
A mother has been charged with endangering her 7-year-old daughter after getting drunk and leaving her "hiding" in a trash bin overnight in a "high crime" area, Dallas police say.
A frustrated regulator's letter suggesting the state drop enforcement of its ethics laws might spark some legislative action. That would be a gift for Gov. Greg Abbott, who wants ethics to be a signature issue this session.
Texas high school athletes could no longer be subject to random steroid testing, at least at the state level.
The new food truck park in Wichita Falls in now under construction.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says a strict plan to do away with ISIS is needed.
When he was on stage Saturday at the Downtown Wichita Falls St. Patrick's Day street festival, Luke Wade said his fans keep him going. Thanks to Wade's generosity, he's the one that's keeping a local musician going.
Stephanie Perry is charged with endangering a child.
Texas Child Protective Services is undergoing a transformation, and the next step in the process is wrapping up in Wichita Falls.
Kristen Marcy is charged with injury to a child.
Seventeen-year-old Kaden Deming is charged with tampering with a consumer product.
The annual St. Patrick's Day street festival is Saturday, March 14.
Officials say they're glad construction crews were ahead of schedule on city projects before the snow and ice hit.
The Texas Department of Public Safety moved a a step closer to getting funding for hundreds of additional troopers Thursday after the House Appropriations Committee tentatively approved a $105 million agency request.