Congressman Mac Thornberry introduced a new bill to the House of Representatives on Monday, that he says would protect private property owners from water expansion by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released a written opinion Sunday in response to the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage licensing.
A Duncanville high student fixes a robot for a SWAT team.
A West Texas man faces up to 30 years in prison for pretending to recruit models, luring a girl to a Lubbock mall and shooting sexual video of her in a public restroom.
Most people, even miniature horse breeders like Diana Gilger, and Linda and Jim Woods, expect even baby foals to be bigger than this.
Wichita County Commissioners will discuss hiring another detention officer to supervise another inmate work crew.
A stretch of US 287 in Hardeman and Childress Counties will see repairs, thanks to Prop 1 funds.
A local couple relied on crowd-funding to pay for a medical mission trip to Kenya.
Castaway Cove performs drowning drills to keep its lifeguards on their toes.
Today, the Norris brothers recieved the accolades and tribute they did not see coming.
You still have an opportunity to help an organization that cares for and houses victims of domestic violence.
Two mothers will be honored on Monday, June 29th, for their sons' contributions in the Iraq and Vietnam Wars.
Wichita Falls YMCA hosted the Soap Box Derby on Saturday morning.
Rotary members are seeing up- close some of what local members care about and donate their time to help improve.
One man is dead after drowning Friday afternoon in a pool on Phillips Drive.
Rotary members filled the MPEC Friday afternoon for a day of fellowship and the exchange of ideas.
After the U.S. Food and Drug Administration banned trans fats, many local bakeries are now struggling to figure out how to keep that great taste many of us love.
Wichita County officials say they will start issuing out same-sex marriage licenses starting Monday at 8 a.m.
An Electra man is back in jail on a half million dollars bond for violating his probation for theft of close to $200,000 in oil equipment.
With almost all Texoma lakes refilled or much higher than they were last summer, many boaters are anxious to get out and celebrate and enjoy them.