Organizers and volunteers have been preparing the MSU Burns Fantasy of Lights display before opening day on November 24th.
As the cooler temperatures roll into Texoma, theres a few things local mechanics say you should have checked on your car.
Now is the best time to start winterizing your home. Mark Barger reports.
Students at a Michigan high school torch a statue of Frosty The Snowman as a way to say good-bye to winter.
Construction of the new Wichita Falls Regional Airport terminal was slowed by some of the cold and windy weather this winter, but workers are quickly making up lost ground.
Daylight Saving Time begins Saturday night, which to many is a welcome sign of the end of a miserable winter.
Dr. Terry Orr has cared for winter Olympians from more than four winter games, including Sochi, Salt Lake and Lake Placid.
The journey of an athlete is shared by their fans as well. Family members have a front row seat to the wins and the unfortunate moments of defeat.
The opening ceremonies in the 2014 Olympics delighted many, but one little gymnast stole everyone's heart.
Below-freezing temperatures and snow have hit Texoma again and store shelves are taking a hit too as customers stock up on the essentials.
Scared of a huge power bill this winter? Well you don’t have to compromise your cozy, warm home to keep your costs down.
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Wintry weather is here and with that comes the extra threat of the flu. Dr. Sue helps you choose which vaccine is best for your little one.
Massive snow storm disrupts Washington D.C. as it pushes up the East Coast.
Pounding snow and wind sweep into the Northeast.
Extreme dry conditions can lead to terrible wildfires in the winter.
Two cars traveling on 287 slide off the roadway and into a pond.
Winterizing your home can help keep you cozy and lower energy bills.
Today's colder weather makes this the perfect time to remind everyone about our annual KFDX Coat Drive.
The mild temperatures we've had this winter are creating a sea of green fields all around the area. But gardeners say take a closer look at the green and what you may actually find is that it's more weeds then grass.