Strong winds did not help crews battling a house fire Wednesday afternoon on Peterson Road.
There's a Texas Ranger investigation into a 35- year veteran of the Henrietta Volunteer Fire Department.
Downtown Wichita Falls Development releases the band line up for next month's Cajun Fest.
The Joy Volunteer Fire Department is hosting their annual fish fry and desert auction on Saturday
As stage five water restrictions loom for Wichita Falls, some surrounding communities are getting ready to follow suit, especially those that buy water from Wichita Falls.
Graham PD confirms a high school senior was killed in a crash Wednesday morning.
You can experience the Vietnam War through a new exhibit at the Museum of North Texas History.
An 11-year-old boy died and an 11-year-old girl received very serious injuries when the horse they were riding was struck by a pickup last July.
The 2014 Farm Bill passed two months ago but many farmers are still confused on the basics of the bill, which is what farming experts hope to address next week during a Farm Bill Basics Meeting.
A day after stage five water restrictions are set in Wichita Falls one industry that makes a living off of water is starting to worry about how they will keep the tap open on their business.
A new business is coming to Wichita Falls after an incentives package was approved for them Monday by the 4A board.
Wichita Falls also has a little extra change in it's pocket after saving about half a million dollars on the 2013 Street Rehabilitation Project.
We have a fatal traffic accident in Texoma to report.
Wichita Falls parents, teachers and community members on Tuesday evening voiced their opinions and concerns over the Wichita Falls Independent School District's $125 million bond proposal during the district's third and final town hall meeting.
After several recent hires, the Electra police department is at the halfway point of being fully staffed again.
A hurtful comment made to a Wichita Falls girl last fall has blossomed into a partnership that allowed diner to help raise dollars tonight for sick children.
One type of business is concerned that they and their customers trying to keep their trees and shrubs alive will suffer because of the emergency water reuse project.
When it comes to educating students safety is becoming more and more a priority.
Wichita Falls city councilors know every drop counts, and have set the stage 5 water restrictions.
A lot of decisions were made today dealing with the water crisis in Wichita Falls, but there are still a lot questions to be answered.