An active shooter training exercise at Sheppard has caused confusion throughout the city of Wichita Falls.
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The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan confirmed Thursday that three American doctors -- including a father and son -- were killed by an Afghan security guard who opened fire at a Kabul hospital.
An Oregon county commission has ordered an incinerator to stop accepting boxed medical waste to generate electricity after learning the waste it's been burning may include tissue from aborted fetuses from British Columbia.
A Dallas-area woman has been arrested in a cooked corn dog dispute at a West Texas business.
A 15-year-old Arizona boy was the apparent target of a mass shooting hoax at the University of Arizona.
Oklahoma school turns shipping containers into heavy-duty storm shelter.
The FDA announces today that it wants to regulate e-cigarettes.
Swimming legend Michael Phelps announces his return to competition.
Eighty-three year old Oklahoma woman is arrested for pot peddling near school.
Babies sharing heart and liver weren't expected to survive birth.
A moderately unstable atmosphere created severe thunderstorms Wednesday that resulted in 29 severe hail reports.
Graham High School got treated Wednesday afternoon to a concert from country music artist, Wade Bowen, thanks to the school's spirit.
Texoma seniors can learn what resources are available to them Thursday during the 5th Annual Senior Benefits Expo.
An Easter Sunday shooting has re-awakened sad memories for a murder victim's mother, whose son was killed by the father of the suspect arrested in Sunday's shooting.
The Las Vegas Club, located in the 300 block of N. Scott, has been operating under a pending liquor license for nearly two years.
Although production is doing extremely well in the southern, western and northern parts of the state, experts say here in Texoma, production is doing good and could get much better.
Iowa Park will store well water at their facility, and that's what they'll use to keep their pool full as we go into the year's hottest months.
It sounds like it could be a classic case of dog and cat hoarding that city animal services workers are having to deal with.