The Wichita Falls Area Food Bank is now dishing out vouchers to qualifying seniors to get free produce at area farmers markets.
Interviews are now underway to find a new chief executive officer of Wilbarger General Hospital.
Work is underway to revitalize the most recognizable building in Downtown Wichita Falls.
Despite efforts to make sure every drop counts, dry conditions continue to take a toll on landscaping in Texoma.
A Wichita Falls man who helped found Squid Soap in 2005 is in trouble with the law again. This time for allegedly forging his father's signature to get $46,000 in loans.
What started as a routine traffic stop lands two Wichita Falls people behind bars early Tuesday morning.
An Altus man accused of murdering his wife in 2001 was in court Tuesday at his preliminary hearing.
A Tarrant County man will be spending some time in the Wichita County Jail before he returns to Fort Worth to stand trial for murder.
An East Texas woman has been charged in the slaying of her 4-year-old daughter whose beaten body was found in the trunk of a car Monday.
The Wichita County Sheriff's Office has a new deputy.
A day of fun quickly turned tragic outside Texas Motor Speedway Sunday when a go-kart went out of control, killing the 14-year-old female driver.
In a potentially lethal blow to Obamacare, a federal appeals court has ruled that the federal government may not subsidize health insurance plans bought by people in states that decided not to set up their own marketplaces under Obamacare.
The United States Drought Monitor has released their latest information in drought forecasting and it indicates improvement soon.
A man accused in an Altus cold case has a preliminary hearing set for this morning.
Wichita County Commissioners say they'll most likely avoid a tax rate increase as they continue to draft next year's budget.
The Wichita Falls Independent School District is getting closer to making a decision on the future of the district's Choice program.
Since it can't be a source of water recreation now, Iowa Park city councilors have paved the way for Lake Buffalo to be a location for off road driving enthusiasts.
Area teachers will soon receive a helping hand getting classroom supplies for the upcoming school year and it is all coming in the form of a free teacher supply giveaway.
Renovations to consolidate students from Alamo and Sam Houston elementary into one school building and Zundy and Barwise Junior High students into another building actually start just before school ended for the summer.
The New Grand Hotel has claimed they are opening by mid-July, and with Hotter'N Hell approaching, time is running out for riders who have pre-paid.