Do those work from home offers you see on TV really work? David Gonzalez looks into work from home opportunities in a Target 3 Special Report.
Surrounding Wichita Falls towns will have to comply with Wichita Falls Stage 3 restrictions once they go into effect.
A former Rider High School graduate has opportunity to sing in front of American Idol judges.
The current GED test will expire at the end of the year and new test may force many to start all over.
Extreme dry conditions can lead to terrible wildfires in the winter.
Robert Gutierrez Jr. is charged with sending explicit texts to a 15 year old girl who had been his foster child several months before the alleged texts were sent.
New Year's resolution to get in shape benefits local businesses.
Tips on how to safely use fire places and space heaters to keep you and your family safe.
Blistering cold weather forces people to seek shelter at Faith Mission.
Salvation Army officials collect interesting items in their red kettles over the holiday season.
Students and children across Texoma send letters of support to Sandy Hook Elementary School students.
District officials look at at ways of improving security measures after Friday's school shooting in Connecticut.
Tips on how to talk to your kids about tragic events like Tuesday's mass school shooting.
Blood donations drop during the month in December but a new investment will make blood donations more accessible.
The Salvation Army ready to help those in need during cold weather.
Downtown Development hopes to draw people to the area with first ever Christmas Crawl.
A family praises the Wichita Falls Police Department for solving a recent burglary but police officials say this type of crime increases during the holidays.
Lawton police respond to an increase in violent crimes.
American Cancer Society and Texas Oncology team up to raise awareness and continue their fight against the disease.