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.
Former Electra police chief Johnny Morris has field a federal lawsuit against the City of Electra over his recent firing .
Laid off employees of the Cameron International Manufacturing Plant in Electra will receive counseling and assistance during four sessions presented by Workforce Solutions Wednesday.
Wichita County Fire Officials are investigating a fire that destroyed an Electra home Sunday night.
Some area business officials are already looking to have Cameron's laid off employees join their team.
First Baptist Church in Electra is holding a community prayer meeting for Cameron employees tonight as one of city's largest employers prepares for closure.
Electra city leaders accepted the petition to amend the town's city charter during last night's commission meeting.
The imminent closure of Cameron Manufacturing Plant has some in Electra worried and others working hard to offset the economic impact.
An Electra woman who did not return to court after her release on bond on federal drug distribution charges has been sentenced to more than 11 years in federal prison.
A massive blow to the economy of Electra as news broke Tuesday night that the biggest employer there is closing its doors.
A woman is killed in an overnight single car accident in Electra has been identified.
A 17-year-old is arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a young girl in Electra.
A former Electra volunteer firefighter is sentenced in connection to multiple, intentionally set fires in the area.
View emails and memos regarding internal controversy over Electra Police Chief Johnny Morris.
Early voting in the upcoming constitutional amendment election starts Monday.
After several employees recently left the Electra Police Department, Wichita County Sheriff's Deputies are stepping in to patrol there.
It's a change that's been two years in the making: Electra ISD is now operating out of two schools instead of three.
Hundreds smoked up delicious barbecue in Electra where an unlikely animal was the main course.