Tuesday night, the city council in Duncanville voted to hire Wichita Falls Assistant City Manager Kevin Hugman as its new city manager.
Teddie Whitefield is found guilty of manslaughter after crashing his patrol car into a vehicle, and killing two teens and an unborn baby.
Pope Francis' confirmed his trip to the U.S. this fall will include stops in Washington and New York City, in addition to the previously announced visit to Philadelphia.
It's been 70 years since the battle of Iwo Jima, and organizers say it's gotten to difficult for those who fought in that battle to return to Wichita Falls every year.
Here is the latest information from our sister stations on the tragic bus crash in Odessa.
PENWELL, TX (PRESS RELEASE) -- On Wednesday, January 14th, at approximately 7:30 am, a transport bus traveling from the Middleton Unit in Abilene to the Sanchez Unit in El Paso was involved in an accident.
A Texas Department of Criminal Justice transport bus skids off a bridge and strikes a train killing two officers and 8 inmates.
Jerry Jones didn't waste any time locking up...
A Wichita Falls man is found guilty of capital murder by a Denton County jury for the murder of his former girlfriend. After the verdict, 78th District Judge Barney Fudge sentences Jerry Joe Garza to life in prison.
Isaih Fairman has been found.
The Twitter account for U.S. Central Command appears to have been hacked, and is carrying messages promoting the Islamic State
Authorities tell NBC News the situation is "under control"
Kirby Junior High Now Open on Wednesday.
Police are still looking for a suspect who was involved in a home invasion that happened on Saturday morning.
Noon update on potential winter weather in Texoma Friday night into Saturday morning.
Cuba on Wednesday freed an American held on the communist island for five years.
Due to a water line break Scotland Park Elementary school will be without water for the rest of the school day.
A single car crash is causes road closures, water outages on parts of McNiel Avenue.
All power is reported restored now to two Texoma cities that experienced electrical outages Monday morning.
Life in prison is the sentence a Paris, Texas man received on Monday afternoon after being found guilty for the murder of a Texoma woman nearly 20 years ago.