Hundreds of people are remembering the life of Archer City Police Chief, Joe Burton.
The search for a new Midwestern State University President is coming to a close.
A Wichita Falls Independent School District bond passes this time around, a career and tech center will be built, and - Friday - board members decided on an exact location.
The Saint Jo Police Department is getting two new officers and hopes they will impact the community.
Wichita County plans to move forward with new renovations for a new jail expansion.
The recent downturn in the oil industry is being partly blamed for a decline in donations to the local food bank.
Crime Stoppers could use your help finding who's responsible for ransacking a Wichita Falls business and stealing thousands of dollars in equipment.
Sgt. Harold McClure clarifies the report stating "Wichita Falls is the 15th deadliest city in the state of Texas."
Police say an attempted robbery is foiled after a woman who could have been a target takes action. Police arrested 35-year-old Benjamen McCorkle for trying to rob a woman.
Obama spent his weekend tweaking a State of the Union address that will be his first delivered to a capitol controlled by Republicans.
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A man is arrested for drunk driving after crashing a car into a home, a gas line, and fence on Maurine Street New Year's Day.
Police are searching for a driver who crashed into a ditch in Wichita Falls.
Gruesome details about an alleged murder scene were heard in a Denton County courtroom in the trial of a man accused of fatally stabbing a Wichita Falls mother of three.
Wichita Falls police are searching for two people they say may be connected to a late night shooting that injured one person.
For nearly fifty years of dedicated service to Camp Fire we honor Bettye Ricks with the Spirit of Texoma award.
It's nearly the size of Rhode Island and one of the largest ranches in the United States.
Wichita Falls school officials are working to replace some property police say was damaged by two men and a juvenile.
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.