Crime Stoppers needs you help solving a missing person's case.
WFISD Board of Trustees vote for interim superintendent Monday night.
It didn't seem like a fair fight. On one side were hulking football players and pro wrestlers, competing as teams of two to eat as many pounds of steak as they could, combined, in one hour.
A man arrested just over a month ago on drug charges after a traffic stop now faces another felony charge.
Outdoor burning is once again allowed for Wichita County residents after county commissioners voted to lift the burn ban Monday morning.
One Texoma volunteer fire department is hoping you will be hungry for old fashioned German sausage so they will be able to pay for a much needed fire truck.
If approved on Tuesday at city council, a new street project will save the city of Wichita Falls time and money.
Three people were hospitalized after a Mid-Del City school bus driver hit multiple cars in southeast Oklahoma City.
A 2-month-old boy was killed Sunday afternoon and his mother was injured when the family's pit bull attacked the child inside their Dallas home, police said.
A United States Postal Service employee is facing an aggravated assault charge for pulling a gun on co-workers at a Fort Worth post office Monday morning, police say.
In an emergency situation, every second counts. That's why United Regional hospital wants to let everyone know about an important change to the entrance to their emergency room.
Police Chief Guy Green says Municipal Judge Darla Cordell was assaulted last week outside her office by a man armed with a sharp object.
MSU Crime Stoppers are busy planning an event that raises money for Crime Stopper programs all over Texoma.
If you have a concealed handgun license, come January you can carry in plain sight Texans with concealed handgun licenses will be able to carry a holstered firearm in plain sight starting next January pending the governor's approval.
An arrest warrant said David Ricardo Carrillo, 29, of Lubbock admitted to shooting and killing Jennifer Cruz, 27, and Albert ‘Bo’ Martinez, 30, early Saturday morning.
You have an opportunity to listen to music from one of the most iconic bands of all time.
On Tuesday, the city of Wichita Falls could sign a loan for $1.8 million to a local tech company.
Now that storm season is upon us, it's time to make sure that you and your family are prepared in case of emergency.
By an 8-0 vote, Gregory Fenves has been named the next UT-Austin president. He'll take over the job June 3.
Music legend Willie Nelson is jumping into the movement to commercialize marijuana and plans to roll out his own brand of cannabis that he intends to make "the best on the market."