Wichita Falls police need help in identifying a man they say tried to break into a Union Square ATM in Wichita Falls.
Kyle King is charged with fraud, as is Jeramy Brown, who police say admitted to being King's accomplice.
Police are investigating an aggravated assault at a Wichita Falls home this evening.
Family members say a woman who was hit while riding her bike Saturday afternoon has died.
An early-morning, one-vehicle crash sends one man to the hospital.
Seventeen-year-old Bailey Enriquez is charged with two counts of credit card abuse.
Each Friday, officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department use a new program to help our furry friends find their forever homes.
Wichita Falls police have identified the victim of the 10th fatal vehicle crash this year in the city.
Sgt. Adam Maloney received his father's WFPD badge during a promotion ceremony Friday afternoon.
A 17 year old Wichita Falls man is behind bars after his fingerprints are found at two different home burglaries.
Being arrested on August 13th in a K2 raid angered Wichita Falls store owner, Bill Hagle, but he says receiving a letter from police earlier this week about the raid, infuriated him even more.
The first Guns and Hoses Blood Drive was held to honor all first responders, including those who lost their lives on 9/11.
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.
Wichita Falls police are investigating a reported aggravated robbery at Dollar Saver Saturday night.
The next city auction is Saturday morning at the Wichita Falls Police Department/Wichita County Sheriff's Office Impound Facility at 3101 Armory Road.
The Wichita County Grand Jury makes its decision regarding a Wichita Falls Police Department officer-involved shooting back in July at the Highpoint Village Apartments.
Detectives are asking area business representatives to pay close attention to the cash they get from customers.
Longtime detective Tony Fox retired this afternoon after more than 25 years with Wichita Falls Police Department.
Some cell phone users can now text 9-1-1 if they need help.
Four Wichita Falls Police Department employees are hanging their hats as they move into retirement.