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.
Candace Lloyd is charged with theft under $100,000
It's been part of this community for years but soon the Wichita Falls Museum of Art will look as it's never looked before.
Sgt. Adam Maloney received his father's WFPD badge during a promotion ceremony Friday afternoon.
As the eradication of bed bugs at Faith Mission continues, the Salvation Army continues to lend a helping hand by giving area homeless men a safe place to stay and food to eat.
Residents along McNiel Avenue know the nearly $6 million drainage project is needed, but one resident says the construction is causing more than just frustration.
The new Faith Resale will open its doors at the beginning of October.
Dalton Dewoody is charged with burglary of a habitation-assault.
Michael Vanalstine pleaded guilty to injury to a child.
The next round of an entrepreneurial competition that aims to grow the local economy is now underway.
Wichita County Commissioners met on Monday and approved $1 million dollars worth of new election equipment
Outskirts Nightclub in Wichita Falls is closing its doors.
This first-ever Wichita County-Charity Dove Hunt Raises money for senior citizens in Wichita County.
Dozens headed out to the 4th annual car show and motorcycle fun run presented by the Wichita County Sheriff's Office Citizen's Alumni Association.
Jack McKee was reported missing Wednesday afternoon.
In just three weeks the largest of all generations of Coyotes will prowl into Wichita Falls to celebrate their red, white, and black heritage. It's a high school reunion unlike any other.
Law enforcement response to protests over the officer-involved shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO has sparked debate about law enforcement agencies that get outfitted with military gear.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says the president took a different tone in his address to the nation Wednesday night, but now he need to put that plan into action.
Police all over Texoma say counterfeit cash is turning up more and more often and local business owners say they're starting to feel the effects.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says he hopes the president comes up with a firm plan for how to deal with Isis.