Wichita County adults can start protecting themselves against the flu.
Wichita Falls police are searching for a suspect they believe robbed another person at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon.
A man woke up in the middle of the night to find a stranger sleeping next to him early Saturday.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered all military personnel returning from Ebola response missions in West Africa to be held in a 21-day quarantine.
A three car crash stalled traffic early Wednesday morning on Highway 79.
Police are searching for a driver who they say rolled into a ditch after hitting a light pole this morning
Three taken into custody on unrelated charges on Rifle Range Rd after authorities receive reports of gunshots
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin was on the move today campaigning for re-election.
The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health hosted a forum to help people in and around Duncan deal with grief after several recent tragedies.
A new app will help you and your family have a safe and fun Halloween as well as bring in lots of candy for your kids.
A rocket carrying a private unmanned spacecraft to the International Space Station exploded shortly after launch on Tuesday.
On Monday, we told you about a man charged in the theft of batteries from several utility poles that power the weather warning speakers and sirens in Wichita Falls.
When you head to the polls, you will not only be voting for new state leaders, but also a proposition that could improve Texas roads.
Investigators have determined electrical issues sparked a fire in Iowa Park Tuesday.
Consumer Reports says you might be able to get your car fixed for free -- if you know the secret.
Texas 6-year-old battling rare cancer becomes an honorary State Trooper for a day. Dominique Sachse reports.
Texas officer arrested after offering to let woman out of ticket if he could "lick and smell" her feet. Mark Boyle reports.
Convenience store owner tosses cup of hot chili powder into the eyes of would-be robbers. Victoria Warren reports.
Campbell was found guilty of all five charges after an hour-long deliberation by jurors.
Nurse Amber Vinson, now free of Ebola, thanks God, her doctors and family as she leaves Emory University Medical Center. Jay Gray reports.