A new program will help kids in need in our area.
North Korea experienced a widespread Internet outage on Monday.
Authorities said a former Garland youth minister was indicted on two charges of child pornography.
Joe Cocker, the raspy-voiced rocker and passionate performer behind hits like "Up Where We Belong" and "You Are So Beautiful," died Monday at age 70 after a battle with lung cancer.
The trash schedules will be different for the holidays the next two weeks.
A Burkbunett man is caught by police a half hour after getting away from store employees.
WKYC photojournalist punched while covering Ferguson march. Wale Aliyu reports.
Suspect accused of shooting two Georgia police officers laughs as he hears the charges against him. Jon Shirek reports.
North Korean officials said Sunday that they appreciated the work of those who hacked the computer systems at Sony Pictures but don't know who the culprits are.
Police are searching for those responsible for the shooting of a 39-year old man who was shot Sunday night.
If you're interested in the weather, especially rain, a non-profit needs your help.
A local civil rights activist is remembered this weekend.
WFPD Patrol Officers were called to Cleveland and MLK Blvd in reference to a female that had been shot.
Christmas morning is less than a week away, but some local elves were delivering toys Saturday to make sure kids in Texoma have a merry Christmas.
A blood drive took place for an Iowa Park baby who was born with half a heart.
For the first year ever, A Christmas Story the Musical comes to the Wichita Theatre Performing Arts Center and the cast and crew wrapped up the show this weekend.
The first ever Fantasy of Lights 5K on Saturday raised money to refurbish some of the MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights displays.
Stephens County health officials report the county first flu related death this season as flu cases increase across the country.
Opa's Schnitzel Haus owners say two garden gnomes were stolen from outside their restaurant. They say those statues are very important to their family.
Community donations helped Wichita Falls police officers and Santa make this a very special Christmas for kids at the Children's Aid Society.