The owner of El Mejicano Restaurant was awarded Outstanding Civilian Organization of the Year by the Texas Air Force Association.
It's the first day of the fall semester for thousands of students at Midwestern State University.
One of the largest cycling events in the nation is officially in the books.
Three people are facing hefty theft charges after police say they stole more than a thousand dollars worth of electronics from a hotel room.
Wichita County Sheriff David Duke is back to work after winning a lawsuit against him and the county by a woman claiming false arrest.
Sheppard Air Force Base now has a new disc golf course for airmen and their families.
School is now in session, and for two consolidated schools in Wichita Falls it was the first official day of school after months of preparation.
The next Wichita County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy will start on September 4.
Five public school administrators from across Texas were selected as state finalists for the annual Superintendent of the Year.
The WFISD has announced the 2013-2014 school year rankings from the Texas Education Agency.
The August Seasonal Drought Outlook shows hope for the future of Texoma.
Wichita Falls school board members voted four to three in favor of modifying the choice program.
This week will be the last week that Wichita Falls' current city attorney is employed by the city.
Taking care of all the athletes that ride and run during Hotter'N Hell weekend is a huge undertaking.
The new owner of one of Wichita Falls' most recognizable buildings is hoping to make some changes.
Hotter'N Hell 2014 wrapped up Sunday afternoon with the final criterium races.
The first international Bikers Against Bullying ride comes to Texas, taking place in Wichita Falls.
A Oklahoma City man from Wichita Falls overcomes challenges in the Hotter'N Hell Hundred and becomes a triple threat.
Despite the heat it was a great day for everyone who headed out to the MPEC even if they weren't riding.
Riders who were not doing the hundred mile endurance ride were able to ride through Sheppard Air Force Base.