The United States Geological Survey is reporting a magnitude 4.1 quake shook Oklahoma Friday morning, Sep. 12th.
The Governor of Oklahoma, Mary Fallin, announced the creation of a coordinating council on seismic activity, on Thursday.
There are two different calendars in the world of seasons, the Astronomical Calendar and the Meteorological Calendar.
Here is a look at the month long September weather forecast for Texoma.
The August Seasonal Drought Outlook shows hope for the future of Texoma.
It took a 9-person federal jury just one hour and 12 minutes to come to a verdict.
Take a look at all the activities for this year's HH100!
David Potter is responsible for all of the water that riders will drink in the Hotter'N Hell hundred ride and wanted to Pay It Forward.
Thousands of people are flocking to Wichita Falls for this weekend's Hotter'N Hell which means a lot of people will be looking for a place to stay before and after the ride.
The number of arrests in the K2 sting in Wichita Falls has risen to at least 11 with two more suspects now charged.
A cookout on the Wichita County Courthouse lawn raised money to help R.W. Smith.
According to the USGS the 4.2 temblor was felt in Texoma and shook at least two states.
From January to May 2014 this year has been one of the ten least active starts to the tornado season since 1953.
El Nino chance has dropped down to 65% chance of formation after reaching a high of 80% on the last report.
The month of July 2014 saw more rain than any other July since the beginning of the decade, resulting in 348% of normal.
It seems the number of alerts the National Weather Service issues is endless but the fact is they only issue (generally) 36.
As area lakes continue to shrink, Wichita Falls city officials are doing all they can to lessen the long term impacts of the relentless drought that has plagued Texoma since the end of 2010
Montague County Sheriff Paul Cunningham turned a plot of county owned land into a garden, which is now providing fresh, free produce for residents in need.
Roll clouds are a rare and beautiful phenomenon that have been observed all around the world, including Texoma.
Despite efforts to make sure every drop counts, dry conditions continue to take a toll on landscaping in Texoma.