Here is a list of Fourth of July events across Texoma!
A motorcylce rider, who was hit from behind in what became a chain reaction accident, is recovering.
We had been told by FEMA representatives that the assistance center in the Wichita Falls Public Library was being kept open until June 27, but now it's closing today.
Wichita Falls has received more rain in the first six months than it usually does in an entire year.
Authorities are still searching for the suspects involved in the first Wichita Falls homicide of the year following a fatal shooting on Yuma Trail.
The rain didn't fall for five years in Texoma and now we face an abundance of rainfall, but how much have we received?
Police are still working to identify a body found in flood waters in Wichita Falls on Sunday.
The United States Drought Monitor has had Wichita Falls in a drought category every year since 2010...until now.
The Firestone 600 is coming up on June 6th at Texas...
Recent heavy rain and flood waters took a toll on the pump stations out in Electra, eventually causing them to shut down and sewage to pour out.
A 32-year-old man from Kansas is jailed in Wichita County in connection with an alleged commercial sex trade ring operating in Wichita Falls.
After warning Grand Prairie and Midlothian residents about a possible dam breach that could cause flooding Wednesday morning, authorities said the dam is fine.
Here are some helpful links to get you through severe weather.
If you are one of the homeowners displaced by flood water, the Red Cross now has multiple shelters open for you to go to.
Watch the full press briefing concerning the flooding situation in Texoma.
The Wichita River's current level is 17.1 feet.
The Wichita Falls city councilors voted on Tuesday to move from Stage 5 to Stage 3 water restrictions.
At least four East Texans have been arrested in connection with the Sunday after fatal gang shooting in Waco.
A Mesquite, Texas, man who pledged allegiance to ISIS and lied to the FBI about it was arrested on Thursday, according to a criminal complaint.
Texas has the highest percentage of one-and two-star homes in the country: 51 percent of its nursing homes are rated “below average,” or “much below average” on Nursing Home Compare.