A local man is behind bars for threatening his roommates with a hatchet.
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed a Wichita Falls attorney to fill the Wichita County 89th district judge position left empty after the unexpected death of Judge Mark Price in February.
Talks continue on the upcoming Wichita Falls ISD bond election.
A man who returned to Wichita Falls after spending five years in jail in Illinois on suspicion of killing his daughter and her friend, was the subject of a manhunt Friday morning, when he did not show up for a court hearing.
A driver walks away from an accident without injuries despite taking out several trees as it veered off the highway and flew down a concrete median divider.
Trial is set for a man charged with intoxication manslaughter in a case of suspected road rage.
The new food truck park in Wichita Falls in now under construction.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says a strict plan to do away with ISIS is needed.
You have an opportunity next month to listen to the music from one of the most iconic bands of all time.
Police were called to Academy Sports on Lawrence Road after the manager reported someone stealing ammunition on Wednesday.
A Wichita Falls woman was shot by a taser, and arrested after trying to steal from her former employer police say.
Texoma authorities are looking for several burglars who've targeted local pharmacies, one being Harvest Drug and Gift.
When he was on stage Saturday at the Downtown Wichita Falls St. Patrick's Day street festival, Luke Wade said his fans keep him going. Thanks to Wade's generosity, he's the one that's keeping a local musician going.
Stephanie Perry is charged with endangering a child.
A local attorney, former assistant district attorney and candidate for Wichita County district attorney is sentenced to two years probation after pleading no contest to misdemeanor assault after being arrested following a confrontation in a local bar.
A woman slams into a rail outside a local business Wednesday morning.
A weekend fundraiser will honor the life of a former Wichita Falls firefighter who remained a champion for the MDA throughout his battle with Lou Gehrig's disease.
The parks crews will continue concentrating efforts to save the remaining trees, which represent a much more valuable investment.
Noon Interview: P.A.W.S. Around Wichita Falls
Last year, cloud seeding cost the city around $300,000, that's about $36,000 per month with a maximum of $50,000.