The Quanah man, investigators say confessed to killing two people in April, is one step closer to a trial or plea in Hardeman County.
While many Texomans are rejoicing for the rain, many farmers are considering their options after storms damaged or destroyed many crops.
The Quanah man arrested in a Wichita Falls motel for a double homicide outside Quanah has confessed to both murders, according to an affidavit filed by the Texas Rangers.
Police have not made any arrests in an apparent double-homicide in Quanah. Quanah ISD remains on soft lock down.
Hardeman County DPS and the Texas Rangers are investigating a double homicide Thursday morning.
District 69 Representative James Frank is hosting several town hall meetings in his district this week.
After problems plaguing the Veterans Administration and the care our nation's vets receive came to light over the past year, those who secured our country's freedom are yearning for peace of mind to get the care they need. That's exactly what some local vets are getting thanks to a $200,000 grant the American Legion Post 142 in Quanah received.
American Legion Post 142 in Quanah is getting a makeover.
Brandon Leija pleaded guilty to manslaughter in a wreck that killed Sage Marines.
A 20-year-old is charged with manslaughter in the wreck that claimed the life of 22-year-old Sage Marines.
Nearly $2 million in FEMA grant money will help officials build two community-wide storm shelters at two Quanah schools.
Juan Rios, his mother, Terry, and his fiancée, Amy Culwell, were killed Saturday evening.
A driver from Cedar Hill, Texas is listed in good condition after an early more wreck leaves him pinned in his semi for several hours.
Hardeman County authorities confirm one person was killed in a rollover.
Two National Guard units arrived in Wichita Falls Thursday.
Jim Brad Smith was arrested on a warrant for sexual assault out of Vail, CO.
The Texoma heat may have contributed to the death of a 10 year old boy.
Fifty-six year-old Jim Brad Smith will go to trial on a charge of indecency with a child by contact.
According to the Quannah Tribune-Chief, the former Hardeman County Hospital Administrator is under investigation by the FBI.
Quanah's City Council approves moving from Stage 4 water restriction, to Stage 3 Tuesday night