Tuff has type 1 diabetes and needs help in getting funds to purchase a specially-trained dog.
NOAA has issued an El Nino Watch for Earth, this could be the drought fix we have been waiting for.
Here is a look at the map of wind turbines across the nation and Texoma.
Have you ever wondered what a *RED FLAG WARNING* is or what the fire alert system means? This will answer your questions.
The risk of wildfires across Texoma will be elevated now through Thursday.
Dylan Knight from Henrietta was our Kids Caster for today and he did a great job.
If you thought you felt something at 12:10pm, you did, it was an earthquake.
Here is a look at this weeks Kids Caster.
For the first time in 73 years the low temperature has reached a new record low.
Here is this weeks Kids Caster for Friday, November 1, 2013.
The WFISD school board has voted to consolidate Alamo and Sam Houston Elementary and Zundy and Barwise Junior High.
Here is a look at this weeks kids caster from Wichita Falls.
As Air Force officials continue investigating the July 19th crash of a Sheppard Air Force jet a Wichita County Sheriff's lieutenant, injured at the crash site, continues recovering.
The Wichita County judge says his office now has more than 500 applications for a storm shelter rebate program.
Police say the burns a 22-year-old woman suffered over the weekend were self-inflected.
Two Wichita Falls sisters are charged with the 2010 stabbing and shooting murder of 31 year old Nickalaus Shaffer.
Midget football team throws its support behind Libby Brooks.
A shooting Wednesday night in Lawton becomes the city's 14th homicide of the year.
Time is running out for seniors, who have vouchers for free produce at Wichita Falls Farmers Markets, to use them.
Some families at Faith Refuge for Women continue sleeping in the shelter's dining hall three weeks after bed bugs were found at the shelter.
Steamed Residents Address Wichita Falls City Councilors on Closing the Reilly Road Fill Station
Wichita Falls city leaders have given the green light to the annual budget.
The City of Wichita Falls is another step closer toward water conservation.
Before Wichita Falls city leaders passed the dog ordinance they decided to create Chain Off, a group to help financially strapped dog owners comply with the ordinance.
Wichita Falls mosquito crews do not expect to see a lot of insects from showers from this past Friday but they are reminding residents of what they can do to help prevent the mosquito population from increasing.
A Wichita Falls child encounters treatment at a local restaurant that has become tough to swallow for many Texomans.
Free child safety seat check event is this Saturday in Wichita Falls.
Two grants and a trade has Burk Police Department getting even newer technology that will take its crime fighting efforts to another level.
A significant drop in well levels has the City of Vernon elevating to Stage 3 mandatory water restrictions.
Construction on the new terminal at Wichita Falls Municipal Airport is moving right along.
A Wichita Falls man is behind bars on drug charges after authorities serve a search warrant this morning.
A Clay County woman creates a women's boot that can match any outfit.
An Archer County grand jury has decided there is not enough evidence to file criminal charges in the death of a Megargel man.
Lake Arrowhead State Park Offering Free Camping Workshop for Families.
Dozens of Wichita County centers that cater to small children, received a big treat today-- books.
Coordinators of the Wee-Chi-Tah BMX track are looking for volunteers who aren't afraid to get dirty this weekend.
The City of Wichita Falls is auctioning off dozens of vehicles and in two days they will go to the highest bidders.
The bacteria that causes whooping cough is spreading so fast in parts of Texas it's prompting state health officials to issue an alert to physicians.
The thrill of BMX racing will return to Wichita Falls in just over one week.
East Wichita Falls residents with help from Washington Jackson PTA members are preparing to mark a milestone this weekend with one of its schools.