This July 4th may be even more special than usual for a lot of families. Besides the excitement and...
Jury deliberations continue in 89th District Court in the case where a man is charged with assaulting another man in a local bar.
At the Wichita County Courthouse in the 89th District Courtroom, testimony continued in the trial of a man accused of seriously injuring an employee of a Wichita Falls bar in 2011.
The Jaws of Life were used to free a Wichita Falls teenager from his car in a Tuesday night pin-in accident.
Follow the freeway crew as they climb to extreme heights to keep Wichita Falls shining brightly.
WFPD officers say two known gang members are arrested on drug charges.
Current Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott announced Sunday that he wants to be Texas' next governor.
Wichita Falls police are investigating an overnight shooting that sent one man to the hospital Thursday. Click on the story for more.
Two veterans say they're making a cross country trek to remind, "We the people," of the freedoms guaranteed by the U.S Constitution.
A man in Burkburnett claims to be able to find underground water using divining rods.
The water may have been flowing plenty early Thursday after the rain, but Wichita Falls City Officials say while it's a start, we're still a ways off from where we want to be.
Consultants present recommendations to WFISD school board after conducting a district wide facility study.
One person is killed and two others are injured in a car crash overnight in Wichita Falls.
Many Texomans spent Mother's Day by watching an international sport that has deep roots within the Fort Sill Army Post in Lawton.
With thousands of attendees at this weekend's Waurika Rattlesnake Hunt, organizers say the 52nd Annual Event was a success.
Teens within the Sacred Heart Church in Wichita Falls Fasted for one day to raise awareness of poverty in India.
At this Friday's Old High vs Rider Girls Soccer Game both teams will remember the father of a current Rider Player whose father was killed in a drunk driving accident.
Military suspends tuition assistance program for soldiers and marines.
KFDX Staff Does The "Harlem Shake"
Police say undercover officers were able to buy drugs from Rebecca Ann Jones several times during August 2011.