An app is turning MSU student's smart phones into a personal panic alarm.
United Way is searching for volunteer book sorters this weekend.
Bed bugs are a nightmare that's coming true inside more and more Texoma homes.
Two Young County men are in hot water after authorities arrest them for using two volunteer fire trucks and filling them with water from an Olney fire hydrant.
A Texas native is now the new commander of the Salvation Army in Wichita Falls.
As MSU students learn their new class schedules they're also getting information on how they can help save lives.
Volunteers are busy getting rest stops along the Hotter 'N Hell Hundred routes ready to rejuvenate participants as they pedal along the roadways.
Each Hotter 'N Hell Hundred rest stop will have a medical tent and health officials say they are ready to treat any injury a rider may sustain.
A Clay County Company is hustling to get medals ready for participants in this year's Hotter 'N Hell Hundred.
Hirschi Realtors still accepting donations to help the Humane Society of Wichita County repair storm damage.
Claytex Trophies creates memorial for Volunteer Firefighter killed in plant explosion in West, TX.
Robert Alvarado's 20 year sentence divides his family.
Testimony resumes Tuesday in a Clay County murder trial.
A Wichita Falls child is on the road to recovery after he was attacked by a friend's pit bull. It happened last week at a home off Hatton Road. Mechell Dixon joins us with more on this story.
Here is a look at the weather forecast for Texoma over the next seven days.
The unemployment rate may still be high in Texoma but the oil business continues to boom and companies are on the hunt for workers who have prior knowledge of the business, but a Texoma college is trying to meet the demand for skilled workers.
Here is the seven day forecast for Texoma.
Here is your regional Southern Oklahoma seven day forecast.
Four teenagers are now in police custody in connection with Lawton's 11th homicide of the year.
The Fourth of July may be over but not the work of emergency officials.
Although it is illegal to discharge or even possess fireworks in the city of Wichita Falls that did not stop some residents from doing that yesterday.
But as Mechell Dixon found out, if history is an indicator it could be a busy weekend for first responders.