Around 600 people attended the funeral service of a 10-year-old Comanche girl who was accidentally shot by her brother last week.
One more of those involved in the 2013 murder of Australian baseball player Chris Lane, is now sentenced.
This week, a bill allowing concealed weapons permit holders to open carry passed Texas Senate.
Attorneys of a defendant in the murder of an Australian college student in Duncan have filed another motion to move the trial out of Stephens County due to extensive media coverage of the case and possible bias of jurors.
A little girl's struggle to survive looks to be coming to an end as an OU Medical Center supervisor said tonight her organs will be donated.
A WW2 veteran and former POW may hold the record for the longest membership in the American Legion.
Duncan city leaders met will create a committee to work towards solving the city's water issues.
At a city council meeting on Tuesday night, city leaders will discuss and finalize the restriction under the stage 5 water ban.
Deputy overhears an inmate's conversation in Stephens county jail which leads to an explosives find.
A car wash business in Duncan will be given a reprieve from stage 5 water restrictions that ban outdoor water use.
Stephens County health officials report the county first flu related death this season as flu cases increase across the country.
Johan van der Colff IV died of injuries he suffered following an October 4 helicopter crash in downtown Wichita Falls.
A Duncan teen is arrested for making threats against the high school.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin was on the move today campaigning for re-election.
The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health hosted a forum to help people in and around Duncan deal with grief after several recent tragedies.
19 year old Alan Hruby now a suspect in the deaths of his parents and teenage sister.
A memorial service has been set for the flight nurse who died after the crash of an Air Evac helicopter.
A new business that recycles materials from automotive catalytic converters will be up and running by next fall in Duncan.
Another Texoma city is going to tougher water restrictions as supplies of water continue to decrease.
A Duncan man is behind bars today after police say he stabbed his neighbor several times.