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Possible Ebola vaccine fast-tracked for human trials as epidemic continues to spread in West Africa. Erika Edwards reports.
One month after 5 teens were involved in a fatal car crash on Kell, police now have a cause as the case is referred to the grand jury.
Consumer Reports just tested more than two dozen Greek yogurts to find the best.
A non-profit organization called Champions for Kids is providing an easy way for Wichita Falls ISD second-graders to win $20,000
Comedian Joan Rivers was rushed to a New York hospital after she stopped breathing during a surgery on her throat, WNBC reported Thursday.
Oklahoma police department uses a dummy dubbed "Waldo" to cut down on speeders. Chellie Mills reports.
Hurricanes churning in both the Atlantic and Pacific are causing high surf conditions along the coasts. Mark Barger reports.
Utah couple's hectic roadside birth captured in 911 recordings. Andrew Adams reports.
Arizona firearms instructor killed while showing 9-year-old girl how to fire an automatic weapon. Jay Gray reports.
Omaha police say "COPS" audio supervisor was caught in crossfire during armed robbery shootout. Joe Chiodo reports.
New apps help students manage their schedules and study habits. Mark Barger reports.
The Texas Department of State Health Services laboratory has confirmed that a pool of mosquitoes from Wichita Falls has tested positive for West Nile Virus.
Candidates for Texas Senate District 28 debate in Lubbock. Early voting for special election begins next week.
It's probably not something tax payers would say they often see, but property owners in the WFISD are about to see a tax decrease.
After taking office in May, Sue Howell turns in letter of resignation as Electra Place 3 City Commissioner.
A long time resident of Wichita Falls who attended Zundy Jr. High wanted to Pay it Forward to the school and help a teacher.
WFPD dispatchers say accidental 9-1-1 calls take up a lot of their time each year.
Sue Howell, Electra City Commissioner Place 3, has unexpectedly resigned and has released a statement.
Prescriptions have soared 300 percent in the past decade and now the F-D-A has approved yet another potent painkiller. Consumer Reports says the F-D-A should reconsider its decision.