Ten brands of baby wipes are being recalled nationwide because they may be contaminated with bacteria.
The last team to play North Central Texas College's softball team has donated $20,000 to the victims of last month's deadly crash.
Teen wounded in Friday's shooting rampage succumbs to her injuries. Tracie Potts reports.
Plasma transfusion appears to help Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer; nurse unhappy with mandatory quarantine. Jay Gray reports.
Gunman accused of killing two California deputies and wounding a third apprehended after breaking into occupied Auburn home. Mike Luery reports.
Large buck crashes through Iowa furniture store. Olivia Mancino reports.
Man crashes car into Ten Commandments statue outside of Oklahoma capitol building, threatens President Obama. Andrew Donley reports.
One of Kiwanis Park's biggest attractions is on the move.
The Wichita Falls Public Library is getting a little more organized.
People who dine in Wichita County will soon be able to make more educated food choices.
Frederick's Cotton Festival is right around the corner, and there still are plenty of ways to get involved.
A Sunday afternoon barbecue raised money for the St. Mary's church in Henrietta.
The senior class of Burkburnett High School tried something a little different this year to raise money for graduation.
Halloween festivities kicked of a week early in Lucy Park this weekend.
The undead walked the streets of downtown Wichita Falls Saturday evening.
Halloween is around the corner, and Petco joined in on all the spooky fun by hosting its' annual pet costume costume.
On Saturday, Republican candidate for governor, Greg Abbott, visited his home town of Wichita Falls and visited with residents.
Teens Make a Difference is bringing students from Wichita Falls out to give back to their community.
Members of the Wichita County Democratic party hit the neighborhoods on Saturday encouraging people to vote.
Serving a warrant at an Iowa Park home leads Wichita County Sheriff's deputies on a chase and results in a man's arrest for reportedly trying to harm a deputy