URGENT: There is NO SEVERE weather in Texoma.
This week marks 15 years that a Texoma serial killer has been on death row.
Three are injured in a rollover accident after hitting a deer Tuesday night near Electra.
As the years pass and some of our nation's finest, most patriotic citizens grow older, membership numbers for veteran's organizations across the country are dwindling. That's causing members of a Texoma American Legion Chapter to think about closing the post's door for good.
Wichita Falls Shootout brings another USSSA tournament to Wichita Falls.
An infamous Texoma murder case will be the subject of a national broadcast Friday night.
A Waurika plumber was the first to spot our Pay It Forward truck while we visited Waurika, Oklahoma.
A former Texoma volunteer firefighter sentenced to 10 years in prison for setting fires around Wichita Falls is finally in a state prison after spending almost 4 years in the Wichita County Jail.
The discovery of a possible pipe bomb in an underground cellar forces the evacuation of an Olney neighborhood Tuesday night.
Problems from the drought continue plaguing Texoma as lake levels continue to dwindle from lack of rain.
One of Texoma's oldest and biggest festivals celebrating our western heritage is now in full swing in Bowie.
Parts of Texoma are experiencing power outages due to severe weather.
A Texoma native and the only police officer and chief of a small town just south of Waco is shot and killed.
An avid Texoma runner finishes her 1000th mile at 36 weeks pregnant.
Gil Peters wanted to Pay It Forward to a special friend of his who suffers form....
A 94-year old WWII veteran was at the invasion on Normandy when....
May 2014 will go down as the 12th driest May on record for Wichita Falls, according to National Weather Service Records.
One of Texoma's very own will be heading to Washington, D.C. this summer to compete in the finals of a national pageant.
A Texoma veteran traveled to Washington D.C. Monday to honor marines who gave their life in Vietnam.
California's drought is making national headlines for drying up vineyards and winemakers' way of life. Winemakers here in Texoma say while our drought has thrown a wrench in their production, they're changing the ways they do things so they can continue to produce the same great product they always have while making sure every drop counts.