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 will allow you to dine and 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.
An international flight has made an emergency landing at the Abilene Regional Airport.
He's been in and out of jail numerous times over the last few months, and even with $435,000 total bonds to post after his most recent arrest last week, theft and forgery suspect Jason Menikheim is out of jail again.
Castaway Cove will open this summer with the help of well water.
Due to an oil spill, Kell West was temporarily closed earlier from 287 to Taft Blvd.
Tuesday morning, Wichita Falls City Councilors voted to approve stage 5 water restrictions.
On Monday, Wichita Falls Independent School District officials held its second of three informational town hall meetings in an effort to answer any questions the community may have regarding the district's $125 million bond proposal.
Cashion, the small community north of Sheppard Air Force Base, now has an airport zoning ordinance in effect.
Private donations are making it possible for the MLK Center to see if a test well could provide water for the Smith Street Community Garden.
The moon will turn "blood red" as it passes through earth's shadow tonight.
The Comanche County District Attorney's Office is no longer considering an inmate's death at the GEO Prison on January 20th a homicide.
A competency trial in Stephens County is now underway for a man accused of murdering a teenage girl.
While many of us are trying to cut way back,and having to pay large water surcharges as we near stage five, business owners are trying to do the same.
The public health district has compiled a list of guidelines on acceptable water for filling and refilling public swimming pools under stage 5 restrictions.
Three Texoma businesses are now semi-finalists for the International Torch Award.
A forth suspect is charged in connection with the murder of Australian baseball player Christopher Lane.
Wichita Falls Police need your help finding three suspects involved in an aggravated robbery.
This video, produced by Texas Comptroller Susan Combs' Tell the Truth Texas initiative, shows you the information that local governments are legally required to provide in the days and weeks before an election.
A former Stephens County doctor is killed in a shooting outside a Jewish community center in Kansas.
April 13th was the first time in many months that a tornado touched down in Oklahoma and Texoma.
Texas taxpayers will pay most of the rehab bill for the affluenza teen, Ethan Couch, after he's ordered to attend a facility in Vernon.
There's a new addition in front of the Bowman Volunteer Fire Department.
A local volunteer fire department has some new equipment and a new facility to house it in.
One of Wichita Falls' extreme events brought hundreds of people to town Saturday.
Nick and Heather Simmons say their vows and then hit the diamond.
Hundreds competed in this year's installment of Texoma's Hellacious Obstacle Run.
It was a fangtastic day in Waurika.
We are still a ways from Thanksgiving but turkeys were on the mind of many in Henrietta this weekend.
It's been part of Wichita Falls history since the late 20's and it just got upgraded.
The ongoing devastating drought and the bitter winter we are finally coming out of continues to leave its mark on those who live in the region.
Tight consumer spending appears to have brought an end to a national women's clothing chain with one store in Wichita Falls.
The Easter bunny is making a special stop in Wichita Falls this weekend for the annual M.L.K. Easter Egg Hunt!
Wichita falls has a little extra change in it's pocket after saving about half a million dollars on the 2013 Street Rehabilitation Project.
The continued drought is causing business for some pool service companies to evaporate and others to be flooded with customers.