The bitterly cold weather has shoppers buying up winter supplies in area stores.
The cold weather has Texoma's homeless heading to Faith Mission and Faith Refuge for Women.
More drivers on Lawrence Road are now getting the green light to turn onto Kell West.
Car experts offer tips on preparing your vehicle for winter weather.
Some Wichita Falls students teamed with the American Red Cross today to spread some holiday cheer overseas.
Humane Society of Wichita County receive 17 seized dogs from a Holliday home.
Now that the City of Wichita Falls is in Stage 4 water restrictions, the city's public works department is releasing how many citations were issued while Stage 3 water restrictions were in effect.
Child Protective Services in Texas held a information meeting in Wichita Falls to discuss the redesigned foster care system.
Iowa Park gets 100% of its water from the City of Wichita Falls so now that Wichita Falls has elevated to Stage 4 water restrictions, Iowa Park city leaders plan to follow suit.
It may not be the flu that's going around but a flu-like bug is biting around several North Texas counties.
Salvation Army volunteers are now ringing in donations.
Wichita Falls community leaders and residents braved this morning's chilly weather to dedicate the city's first community garden.
Wichita Falls insurance agent says signup for coverage on Healthcare.gov a little better.
The new head of the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce and Industry allowed those who attended the Economic Forum Luncheon to get to know him better.
After more than a year of planning the Smith Street Community Garden in Wichita Falls is finally ready to be dedicated.
Joe Prothro unanimously selected to receive the 2013 Wichitan of the Year award.
Officials at the American Red Cross say they are seeing an increase in the number of fire victims who do not have homeowners insurance.
Maintaining your chimney can reduce a homeowners chance of a fire starting.
MSU officials are looking to create a strategic master plan of the campus and areas that need improvement.
MSU Board of Regents now have a better idea of how much money it will take to bring baseball back.