Wichita County Sheriff's Officers and DPS troopers responded to a one vehicle mishap around 11 Tuesday morning.
DPS officials say a 28-year-old woman was killed in a two-vehicle accident Friday evening.
The Wichita County Sheriff's Office is continuing their investigation into a shooting in Electra.
Wichita County Sheriff's deputies have helped patrol the streets of Electra since last September and Electra leaders are taking steps tonight to change that.
Now that the Electra police department is almost back up to full staff and the search is underway for a new chief, city leaders plan to take steps tomorrow to have the streets patrolled solely by local officers again.
A Texoma man shot early this morning is expected to survive, but officials say the man is not cooperating with authorities.
A man shot early this morning in Electra is expected to survive, but officials say he is not cooperating with authorities.
Electra could have a new police chief by the end of July.
One man is in custody following search warrants served by DPS officers at two homes in Electra over the weekend.
An amended Electra city charter is headed to Austin to be approved by the secretary of state.
After officially being without a police chief since January, Electra city officials plan to finally discuss filling vacant position during tomorrow's city commission meeting
After their school bond proposal passed earlier this month, Electra ISD leaders are taking the first steps in putting that plan into action.
Burkburnett voted to enact their stage 5 restrictions Monday night during their city council meeting.
Early voting for the May 10th election ended yesterday and thousands of Texoma voters exercised their constitutional.
Blake Branham was taken into custody around 11 a.m. Wednesday.
After several recent hires, the Electra police department is at the halfway point of being fully staffed again.
When it comes to educating students safety is becoming more and more a priority.
Thanks to a state grant, four Electra residents received keys to their newly constructed homes.
Electra city leaders decided unanimously not to renew the contract of Electra City Attorney Todd Greenwood effective immediately.
A YouTube video, showing Electra law enforcement and court officials in a bad light, is attracting lots of online attention only a few Electra residents who were willing to voice their comments on camera.