The great prognosticator Punxsutawney Phil has revealed is prediction for 2015.
Two Clay County juveniles have been taken into custody for making threats of school violence.
Crockett Elementary students learn how math and music can be related.
Students at Haynes Northwest Academy get comfy while reading.
A mistrial inside a Comanche County courtroom was declared Tuesday afternoon in the murder case against a man accused of burying his wife's body in the backyard of their Lawton home.
Teddie Whitefield is found guilty of manslaughter after crashing his patrol car into a vehicle, and killing two teens and an unborn baby.
Here is the latest information from our sister stations on the tragic bus crash in Odessa.
A judge is expected to rule whether a former Wichita Falls police officer will be convicted of three counts of manslaughter Tuesday morning.
A Texas Department of Criminal Justice transport bus skids off a bridge and strikes a train killing two officers and 8 inmates.
The latest information from the National Drought Monitor brings Texoma news we did not want to hear.
The United States announced plans Wednesday to restore diplomatic and economic ties with the communist island of Cuba.
A mother of eight wanted to give back to some teachers that have made a huge difference in her children's life.
Although this year's flu vaccine is less effective because the dominant flu virus circulating right now has changed and mutated, local health officials still say an influenza shot is your best protection against the flu bug.
Officials with Bright Ideas in Wichita Falls say they will not be closing its doors, despite a mandatory revocation of its charter by the Texas Education Agency.
Wednesday the NFL announced a new personal conduct policy during owners meetings in Irving.
The President unveiled his plan allowing millions of undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. legally. Tracie Potts reports.
NBC's Al Roker successfully sets a new world record for the longest weather forecast. Emma Jade reports.
In only one week, We'll be helping Skip celebrate his 2nd retirement after his first retirement from the Air Force years ago.
Skip McBride got a chance to chat with Al Roker during his attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the Longest Uninterrupted Live Weather Report Broadcast.
You can say thanks to our service men and women by inviting them into your home to share Thanksgiving.