Urban Air is a trampoline park that will be opening on Kemp Blvd this fall.
NBC is ending its business relationship with Donald Trump over his recent comments about Mexican immigrants.
Local landscapers are also seeing a spike in businesses now that watering your lawn is allowed again under new water restrictions.
It's full steam ahead at the Chamber of Commerce where they hope full lakes will make Wichita Falls much more appealing to businesses looking to set up shop.
The manager at "The Plex" in Wichita Falls is apologizing for locking kids and teens, as well as parents, out of the entertainment center as tornado sirens sounded Saturday night.
A Burkburnett woman who works for a cleaning service was arrested after authorities say she stole thousands of dollars from several businesses she cleaned.
Rain from the weekend give new hope to local businesses.
Bloomington Family Offers Rent-A-Bunny.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas asked state lawmakers on Wednesday to rewrite a controversial religious freedom bill that opponents said could be used to justify anti-gay discrimination.
Wichita Falls city leaders are hoping to attract new business development downtown.
Local restaurants and grocery stores are prepared for the extra crowds of people that they say Super Bowl Sunday will bring in.
Eleven Electra businesses were honored on Saturday by the Texas Historical Commission as Texas Treasure Businesses.
Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce officials say Ulm Corporation now has a new client it's servicing and company officials want to remain in Wichita Falls
Jim Glover Chevrolet donates $61,000 to the Folds of Honor Foundation.
Toyota is moving its U.S. headquarters from California to Texas in a bid to improve communication between units now spread over several states.
Nancy Hans is in constant motion as she churns out homemade goodies using only organic ingredients.
At just 13 years old, Andrew Swenson is learning about the stock market at this Future Investors Club of America camp for kids. Lisa Swenson supports her son’s hobby which may lead to a career in the future.
Businesses and projects can get the funding they need from online donations on a site called Kickstarter.
City planning officials have been extra busy the past few months approving proposals for all the new businesses opening in Wichita Falls.
Wichita Falls City Councilors this morning approved an incentive package of almost one million dollars in hopes a company will bring at least 64 new jobs to the city.