Services are set for a Wilbarger County teen killed in a one vehicle accident Wednesday.
A Wilbarger County official was arrested on Saturday night for a DWI after causing an accident involving several vehicles on 287.
After nearly 70 years in operation in Vernon, the Santa Rosa Arena has closed its gate. It was developed by Paul E. Waggoner, one of the heirs of the Waggoner Ranch. While it's closed now, it could reopen if a new owner is found.
An additional water well will open in Vernon within the next three weeks.
The state fire marshal's office is investigating an explosion that flattened a Vernon couple's home Monday.
A three way race for the Vernon city commission last month ended up without a majority winner, so the top two candidates are still battling it out in a runoff.
Authorities confirm the victims of a fatal head on collision near Odell yesterday were husband and wife, driving separate vehicles.
One thing Vernon won't have to water anymore is the football field.
City Manager Mitch Grant says the well levels have stayed constantly low.
A man authorities say escaped from the Murray County Jail in Sulphur, Oklahoma back on May 23 is back in Oklahoma after being captured and jailed in Vernon over the weekend.
As we wait and pray for rain, another Texoma county is enacting a burn ban as the wildfire season arrives.
Holly Brooke, 32, is now being held without bond in the Wichita County Jail.
Ezekiel Bell is sentenced to life in prison.
A Wichita Falls man was killed after his semi-truck rolled over and caught fire in Wilbarger County.
Nearly 900 meals served during Vernon's Christmas Meal lunch
Hundreds of Thanksgiving Day meals are enjoyed in Vernon.
It may not be the flu that's going around but a flu-like bug is biting around several North Texas counties.
Lance Adkins plans to walk from Vernon to San Diego.
If you missed last week's Touring Texoma report from the Museum of North
Texas History, here's another great reason for history buffs to get
In Vernon, The old Wilbarger County Jail is being converted into a museum.
The passage of two proposed state water bills backed by Texoma representatives may be in question after some county officials raised concerns about losing authority over local water. Elected officials in Wilbarger County have asked the sponsors to put the brakes on the bills.