The Wichita Falls Independent School District is seeking the community's input on designs of a possible career and technology education center that may be included in a school bond proposal later this year.
A Wichita Falls mother in a on mission to raise awareness for a rare and serious illness that is affecting her son and is the leading cause of heart disease in children.
U.S. Senate holds confirmation hearing for Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch.
Emergency crews are searching for a plane that crashed into Lake Texoma near Alberta Creek Marina. The FAA says the accident happened at 11:07 a.m. on Wednesday.
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New England is digging out after two days of heavy snow and punishing winds.
Oklahoma police officer's shooting of fleeing suspect questioned.
Cat believed to be dead after being struck by car claws its way out of grave and returns home.
The Obama administration has reached a big Obamacare sign-up milestone, with less than three weeks remaining in the open-enrollment season.
Mother accused of slashing throats of her three young daughters told 911 dispatcher she did it to keep them quiet.
Ripley Tate who works at Webfire Communications, is part of a team that runs the audio for the Super Bowl.
Apple's first wearable, the Apple Watch, will begin shipping in April, the company's chief executive revealed Tuesday.
Chipotle Mexican Grill is expected to open its doors to those hungry for the restaurant's famous foil- wrapped burritos in about a week.
Home security footage shows Florida man swerve car off road to strike pregnant girlfriend.
Candidates can now file to run for the municipal elections in May.
After a series of meetings with members of the community last week, Wichita Falls ISD wants your opinions on a possible new career technology center for a new bond proposal.
Wichita Falls police are searching for two men they say robbed a woman at gunpoint early Wednesday morning.
The Super Bowl 2015 commercials have already begun. Watch them right here on our website!
A judge's decision on Tuesday not to dismiss two indictments against Rick Perry has both legal and political implications.
A controversial commercial is being pulled from the Super Bowl.