Troopers are investigating a train crash involving a car at FM 369 off Old Iowa Park Road. It happened around 9 this morning.
A long-time Wichita County Justice of the Peace is now serving as the leader of a state association.
Many first responders and agencies get help from Kiowa Casino's Hometown Hero campaign.
Construction will soon be underway for a state-of-the-art cardiac rehab and wellness center at Seymour Hospital.
The Arc Golf Tournament is in need of some more players.
A young girl who was being bullied at school and online took her own life back in April and now riders plan to hit the road to help her family and to raise awareness about the torture some kids face daily.
The KFDX Spirit of Texoma Award winner feels blessed to have been raised in a small town and she continues to give to others in big ways.
The Vernon Plaza Theater hopes the new X-Men showing this weekend will be the last 35 millimeter film they show.
Jury selection is set to begin in Fort Worth today in the murder retrial of Justin Green.
Wichita Falls Police are investigating an early morning death at Arbor Creek Apartments.
A man is behind bars on serious sex allegations involving a girl under the age of 14.
Hundreds of people fled to shelters as a wildfire threatened an entire town outside Amarillo.
There's only a few weeks left of school, but summer is starting early at Midwestern State University.
Volunteers from the American Red Cross Wichita Falls Area are heading to Arkansas to help in the wake of devastating storms.
Police in suburban Atlanta say the shooter at a Fedex facility has been found dead - with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Lake levels this week are hovering around 26% and every drop counts because that's one percent away from stage five restrictions.
Hardeman County authorities confirm one person was killed in a rollover.
We profile the crew that works so hard to maintain the best ice rink in the entire North American Hockey League.
The Wichita Adult Literacy Council Needs Book Donations for the Upcoming Book Fair Fundraiser.
Joan Lunden says women need to change how they think about and approach their health.