Camp Fire after school program is cancelled Monday, April 27th due to flooding at Harrell Park.
The 89th District Court will officially have a new presiding judge as of Monday evening.
A book that takes you through the history of Wichita Falls by introducing you to some of it's pioneers, is now on sale.
Michael Bullitt will retire after serving as CEO for 13 years at HealthSouth Rehab Center in Wichita Falls.
A 32-year-old Wichita Falls man who claimed he was the victim of a Craigslist scam, is sentenced to 12 months in jail for forgery.
A 37-year-old Wichita Falls woman is sentenced for hitting a 5-year-old girl who was under her care.
Don't miss the half-price book sale at the Book Warehouse May 2nd.
It's time to start thinking about the big Hotter 'N Hell Hundred this August!
A Wichita Falls woman is jailed after police say she impersonated a nurse over the phone, to fill fake prescriptions.
A report released last week by the CDC shows the number of teens vaping with E-cigarettes has tripled in just one year. Local health officials say it's a problem here, too.
You can put the pedal to the metal and start your training for Hotter n' Hell on Thursday.
This weekend you can get some ideas on how to spice up your home at the annual "Decorator Show House."
A Wichita Falls couple faces child endangerment charges Wednesday afternoon after police say they let a woman continue living with them after knowing she had been molesting a 6-year-old girl living in the home.
A man who police say was involved in a drug-related shooting last year is back in jail Wednesday after officers say they found three different types of drugs in his vehicle during a traffic stop.
Bond of $25,000 was set for a Wichita Falls woman after authorities say she slashed her sister in the face with a box knife blade during an argument at a convenience store.
The Wichita Falls Regional Airport change order will complete the new facility.
Five people are behind bars Tuesday afternoon after police say they were caught with more than 25 pounds of marijuana.
If you have a concealed handgun license, come January you can carry in plain sight Texans with concealed handgun licenses will be able to carry a holstered firearm in plain sight starting next January pending the governor's approval.
You have an opportunity to listen to music from one of the most iconic bands of all time.
On Tuesday, the city of Wichita Falls could sign a loan for $1.8 million to a local tech company.