Authorities say Wednesday night's severe weather caused an 18-wheeler to burst into flames on Highway 287.
Next week 30 horses seized from a Clay County ranch will have a new home.
Clay County will officially retain custody of 30 malnourished horses seized from a property owner's land. This after a ruling from a higher court.
There's a Texas Ranger investigation into a 35- year veteran of the Henrietta Volunteer Fire Department.
A Clay County woman is behind bars charged with impersonating her teenage daughter.
The Second Court of Appeals in Fort Worth must make a ruling regarding the animal cruelty case against a Clay County man.
Testimony has wrapped for the day in the trial to determine who gets custody of 30 horses seized from a Clay County ranch.
In Clay County, a man authorities say neglected about 30 horses now faces criminal charges, even as he prepares to go to court to try to get his horses back.
Norman Olson II is sentenced to life in prison without the eligibility for parole.
The state of Texas is taking steps to stop the spread of invasive Zebra Mussels and more Texoma counties will be affected starting this weekend.
After letting their burn ban expire in late February in the hopes some rain would arrive, Clay County commissioners have enacted a new ban.
The sale of dozens of malnourished horses found in a field north of Henrietta has been postponed.
The unemployment rate in Wichita Falls and most of Texoma increased slightly in January compared to December.
The sheriff's office started their investigation after a call they received last Tuesday. The horses were seized the next day.
A lengthy car chase that began in residential areas of Wichita Falls and ended in Clay County on Highway 79 ended after the suspect's car had a blowout.
Clay County will soon see some of its landscape housing dozens of wind turbines.
Another high profile Texoma case will be moved to Fort Worth after a jury was unable to reach a verdict and a mistrial was declared in his murder trial last August.
Three Texoma counties are now under burn bans.
Unemployment numbers continue to fall in Texas and Texoma.
A member of a Clay County volunteer fire department helps battle flames at his own home.