The drought is no laughing matter, but residents are finding a bit of humor in this dry situation.
NBC's Al Roker investigated why the state of Oklahoma has had hundreds of earthquakes in 2014 and the years during the 2010's decade.
The city turned on the valves to send the retreated waste water back into the system Wednesday morning, after spending months making sure the water reuse system's safeguards are fully operational.
Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting at a Wichita Falls apartment complex.
The bench trial for a former on-duty Wichita Falls police officer, involved in a car crash that killed two girls and an unborn baby, is now postponed.
For decades, drivers in the State of Texas have had two stickers on their windshields-- one for the state inspection and one for vehicle registration, but next year that will change.
As the Wichita Falls lakes continue to dry up, the city continues looking for any and all ways to increase and save the amount of water in our lakes.
Now that the potential fireworks guidelines have been announced, Wichita County authorities are planning how and where they'll patrol as they look for fireworks users who are breaking the law.
One of Wichita Falls most recognizable landmarks has new owners after being vacant for almost a year.
A woman in Jacksboro has shared her driveway with her neighbor for 10 years. She is now losing her driveway after her neighbor passed away.
At the Tuesday city council meeting, councilors voted to approve the smoking ban ordinance with an amendment.
Casey Kasem, who entertained radio listeners for almost four decades as the host of countdown shows such as "American Top 40" and "Casey's Top 40," died early Sunday...
The U.S. will not send troops to Iraq amid the deteriorating situation there, President Obama reiterated Friday, but America will "do our part" to help the troubled nation.
A man convicted of sexually assaulting a young girl over the course of several years finds out how long he will spend in prison which should be the rest of his life .
70 Years ago today the largest ever amphibious invasion led to the end of World War II. More than 150,000 American and allied troops rolled ashore on the beaches of Normandy, France. President Obama is there this morning - along with other world leaders - to remember that day.
Ever wonder what Texoma was like more than 280 million years ago?
The Burkburnett Volunteer Fire Department is in the running to win big bucks, and you can help them win it with a simple click of the mouse.
Alamo Elementary, Sam Houston Elementary, Zundy Jr. High and will close for good on Friday with flag lowering ceremonies.
The proposed tobacco ordinance was the big topic at Tuesday's Wichita Falls City Council meeting.