A Dallas man is jailed in Wichita County on a charge of impersonating a public servant after allegedly telling people in Burkburnett he was an undercover FBI agent conducting DWI enforcement.
Last year, cloud seeding cost the city around $300,000, that's about $36,000 per month with a maximum of $50,000.
Wichita Falls city leaders are working to increase our water supply by creating a new reservoir.
A man who was arrested last year on child pornography charges has been booked into Wichita County jail on charges in seven sealed indictments for possession of child porn.
The Wichita Adult Literacy Council Book Fair is coming up, and they still need your help stocking up for the big sale.
Wichita County deputies get nearly 30 pounds of marijuana off the street over the weekend.
A man known as the 'Lone Ranger Bandit' is sentenced to 40 years in federal prison after being convicted of robbing more than a dozen banks, including one in Wichita County.
Kristen Marcy is charged with injury to a child.
Seventeen-year-old Kaden Deming is charged with tampering with a consumer product.
Wichita County commissioners and the Wichita County Sheriff's office are busy working on planning a project to allow for more space for inmates in the county.
More than 100 pounds of marijuana is off the streets after a DPS traffic stop on 287 near Iowa Park Monday afternoon.
The annual St. Patrick's Day street festival is Saturday, March 14.
Those who protect and serve everyday turned the focus onto themselves to show appreciation for those going above and beyond the call of duty.
Officials say they're glad construction crews were ahead of schedule on city projects before the snow and ice hit.
TxDOT workers are on rotating 12-hour shifts to help clear area highways.
There are new developments following some tense moments Sunday night where witnesses say a man walked into a counseling center with a loaded rifle.
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There have been several car crashes Friday morning since the snow started falling.
In just three days authorities will be hitting the streets looking for those with outstanding warrants. In some cases, that will lead to arrests.
The case against a Wichita County woman who police say they saw pointing a gun at a man and threatening to kill him is expected to go before a judge.