Construction on a new, 500 bed housing facility at Midwestern State University is set to begin in May and is expected to wrap up in the fall of 2016.
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Revelations in Germanwings airliner crash draw attention to protocol for cockpit behavior on U.S. flights.
Saudi and allied warplanes struck rebels in Yemen on Thursday, with Saudi Arabia threatening to send ground troops and inserting itself into its southern neighbor's civil war, potentially opening up a broader sectarian conflict in the Middle East.
Twenty-seven-year-old Andreas Lubitz had been flying with the Germanwings airline for just 18 months when, according to officials, he intentionally brought his Airbus A320 crashing into the French Alps.
Earlier this month, members of the board of regents selected Dr. Suzane Shipley as the sole finalist to replace Dr. Jesse Rogers when he retires this summer.
As a tornado barreled through south Oklahoma City and Moore on Wednesday evening, many residents were seeking shelter.
By now most people have seen or heard of the graphic anti-smoking ads from the Centers for Disease Control.
A photo claiming to depict a 101-year age difference between an elderly woman and a newborn has sparked an outpouring of love, as grateful parents share touching photos of babies and relatives whose bond crosses multiple generations.
Wedding crashers aren't usually asked to pose for photos with the bride and groom, but it's not every day that the surprise guest is Ed Sheeran.
After a long battle with colon cancer, Archer City Police Chief Joe Burton passed away Wednesday night at Hospice in Wichita Falls.
The Texas Water Development Board has just announced the Windthorst Water Supply Corporation will receive a half million dollar forgivable loan that is classified as urgent due to the drought.
In Jacksboro, more than 100 firefighters battle a three alarm blaze early Thursday morning.
In recent years, the Public Health District and other organizations, have pushed for a healthier community. From anti-smoking measures to campaigns to reduce obesity and heart disease, is it actually showing results?
A Wichita Falls man who bonded out of jail earlier in the day is arrested again hours later, accused of punching his girlfriend in the face.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin is surveying the damage caused by the tornadoes.
The high school baseball and softball seasons are just moving into district play, but many teams haven't played.
The slow start to the nation's tornado season came to a violent end Wednesday, when tornadoes raked through Oklahoma during its evening rush hour, killing one person near Tulsa and injuring others.
Here are a few aerial images from Moore, Oklahoma this morning, capturing the tornado damage.