With all of the recent rain, city officials says they hope it will help bring more businesses to Wichita Falls.
Evidence of an economy in recovery continued today with the number of people filing for unemployment benefits.
Parents sending students back to school may be surprised by the increased cost of after school activities. Chris Clackum reports.
Recent droughts send cattle prices to their highest levels since 1987.
Freshly squeezed? You're going to pay more for that glass of breakfast OJ.
You better be bringing home the bacon if you want to bring home some bacon because pork prices are skyrocketing!
Restaurants feel the pinch after severe rains wipe out Mexico's lime crop.
Dietitians say it is possible to feed kids healthy food that they like and that won't break the bank.
Environmentalists have advice for consumers on what they should do before the country's drought drives up food prices.
On the heels of a 2005 decision to move medical training from Sheppard Air Foce Base, the City of Wichita Falls conducted a study to try to diversify and develop the local economy in case more cuts came in the future.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn was in Wichita Falls today as keynote speaker at the legislative luncheon, hosted by the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
2014 is bringing new job opportunities to Graham, as a new company is set to move in.
The search engine giant has shelled out $3.2 billion to buy Nest Labs, the maker of super-sleek appliances including a thermostat that looks like it’s out of a sci-fi movie.
A massive blow to the economy of Electra as news broke Tuesday night that the biggest employer there is closing its doors.
Financial adviser offers tips for saving money in the new year.
Recent bad weather kept shoppers away from stores. Now retailers are hoping for a last minute rush.
Thanksgiving dinner is done, and now it’s time to shop! Black Friday is the day record numbers of shoppers head to the stores. So here are some tips to get the best bang for your buck.
Latest economic report shows that vineyards are not keeping up with the worldwide demand for wine.
Eight states representing 25% of the U.S. auto market band together to promote "zero emission" vehicles.
Will controversial farm subsidies remain in the next Farm Bill headed to Congress?