Police identified the five people thrown from their vehicle over the weekend.
A new type of adventure run is coming to Wichita Falls and it allows the runner to pick which charity his or her registration fee benefits.
Cast members from the hit reality TV show "Swamp People" will be in Wichita Falls Saturday in an effort to help local kids in need.
Special Olympics hosted its annual swim competition Saturday.
A family in Holliday is hoping to get some support for a city project that's been in the making for several years.
The mother of teen killed two weeks ago in a tragic accident is speaking out.
A bug with a deadly bite is making it's way from Mexico and parts of Central America to parts of Texas.
Texas Pit Crew had it's weekend adoption days this weekend as they continue to look for permanent and temporary homes.
An overnight accident leaves 5 victims injured.
A local man is taking on a challenge that has never before been completed.
Customers enjoyed a juicy morning at the Wichita Falls Farmer's Market for the 3rd annual Watermelon Festival
First Baptist of Marlow spent Saturday giving back to the community with it's annual gas buydown project.
DPS officials say a 28-year-old woman was killed in a two-vehicle accident Friday evening.
The Frederick Army Air Field at the Frederick Regional Airport hosted one of the two yearly Open Hangar Day for the public.
Members of a Kansas group hold a prayer vigil for undocumented immigrant children temporarily housed at Fort Sill Army Post.
Water woes for the Jefferson County town of Ryan continue on Friday as residents there brace for a potentially long weekend without water.
The Wichita Falls Fire Department welcomed new members on Friday evening, including its first female firefighter since 2011, during its 60th Annual Academy Graduation Ceremony.
Graham residents will have another chance at making the city "wet" after enough signatures are collected to put the issue back on the ballot in the upcoming election.
A 28-year-old woman is dead after police say her car collided with a tow truck head on.
If you have ever walked into the Walgreens at 9th and Brook in Wichita Falls you know the kindness of Fran Perry.