Midwestern State's Brenna Moore didn't have the...
Students and community members will gather and pray for peace, the residents of Baltimore, and our nation as the protests and rioting continues.
Dr. Suzanne Shipley was named Midwestern State University's 11th president on Tuesday.
An MSU student wanted to help out her classmate trying to earn a double degree while working at the same time.
Midwestern State University's Board of Regents is expected to select who it wants to be MSU's next president on Monday.
The names are being released the day before each of the three forums set for the candidates invited for on-campus interviews.
The MSU presidential search advisory committee has set dates for faculty, students and the community to meet and talk to three of the candidates invited to on campus interviews.
A former American Idol Contestant will be in Wichita Falls tomorrow night.
It's the first day of the fall semester for thousands of students at Midwestern State University.
Will the MSU women's cross country team set a world record on August 23?
In 1998 the Dallas Cowboys relocated summer training camp to Wichita Falls.
After leading MSU to 196 wins...
Midwestern State proved a point in Sunday afternoon's 2-0 win over Southwestern Oklahoma State at the MSU Soccer Field.
No. 17 Midwestern State battered NAIA Menlo (Calif.) with with eight rushing touchdowns to roll to its seventh straight win 64-7 Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
The Mustangs take a 3 point loss in their first game of the season
Archery, kickboxing and canoeing are just a few of the activities many Burgess Elementary future fifth graders will be able to enjoy this week.
Bill Powers, like many of the long-term sports information directors, is happy he chose the profession as a career in 1987 while dividing his time between athletic publicity and sportscasting.
Midwestern State legend Dr. Gerald Stockton is set for enshrinement in the National Association of Athletic Directors Hall of Fame Friday afternoon during the organization's annual convention.
MSU students can breathe a little easier tonight after hearing what MSU President Dr. Jesse Rogers is recommending about tuition.
Two Bills making their way through Texas Legislatures would allowed college students to carry firearms on campus.