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.
The Plano Fire Department says a small passenger plane made an emergency landing on the fairway of a golf course at Prestonwood Country Club Monday evening.
Flight Paramedic Johan Van Der Colff will be remembered by family and friends this week.
Some Wichita Falls neighbors are steamed after a broken water line caused water to rush down their street.
If you have a dream of starting your own business now may be the time to make the dream come true with the next competition for I.D.E.A. Wichita Falls grants gearing up.
The democratic candidate for Lt. Governor in the Lone Star State rolled into Wichita Falls this evening.
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving an arson that happened at a downtown Burkburnett business almost two weeks ago.
A 45-year-old is dead after his Land Rover left the road Sunday night and rolled several times outside Lawton.
Life in prison is the sentence a Paris, Texas man received on Monday afternoon after being found guilty for the murder of a Texoma woman nearly 20 years ago.
The city of Graham tore down part of an old building in town in order to expand for a new business and visitors center.
An Army veteran got a big surprise in his daughter's kindergarten class Monday afternoon.
A petition to abolish the taxing district in Graham did not gain enough votes to go through, and Graham officials say they are pleased.
Next summer, Texomans will have a new place to splash around.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new, tweaked guidelines for how states should handle travelers from Ebola-affected countries.
Can you really get where you want to go using your frequent-flyer miles?