A hurtful comment made to a Wichita Falls girl last fall has blossomed into a partnership that allowed diner to help raise dollars tonight for sick children.
Tuesday morning, Wichita Falls City Councilors voted to approve stage 5 water restrictions.
Private donations are making it possible for the MLK Center to see if a test well could provide water for the Smith Street Community Garden.
Hundreds competed in this year's installment of Texoma's Hellacious Obstacle Run.
The Easter bunny is making a special stop in Wichita Falls this weekend for the annual M.L.K. Easter Egg Hunt!
The continued drought is causing business for some pool service companies to evaporate and others to be flooded with customers.
Texoma is still quite dry and brown this spring, which has allergy sufferers suffering even more.
Randy Neff, who works with Child Protective Services, is the recipient of the 2014 Patsy Baggett Service Award.
Wichita Falls health officials say a second skunk captured in the city has tested positive for rabies.
When Wichita Falls city councilors hear Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe recommendations next week they will include doubling the surcharges for residents who go over a designated amount of gallons per month, but not businesses.
Sgt. Charlie Eipper is the author of "Jesus Christ on Killing."
Thirty-five years ago, KFDX Anchor Bill Warren alerted viewers about a massive tornado on the ground southwest of Wichita Falls, and told all residents they should take cover immediately.
It's been 35 years since one of the 10 costliest tornadoes to hit the United States in modern history barreled down on Wichita Falls.
Fellow murder defendants took the stand to help prosecutors build their case against Thorsten Rushing.
Proposed Stage 5 recommendations for swimming pools is flooding one Wichita Falls pool service owner with concerns.
Texomans are taking steps now to raise awareness and money to protect children from abuse and neglect.
The Dr. Ben Carson Reading Room opens this morning at Washington Jackson Elementary
Relatives of two young Texoma organ donors are trying to encourage others to register as donors, and save lives like their loved ones have.
Wichita County health officials say using rain or greywater as an alternate source to fill your home swimming pool can unleash a flood of health concerns.
When it comes to repairing potholes the supervisor of the Wichita Falls Streets Department says location and the weather play a part in how quickly the holes in the roads are repaired.