American Legion Post 202 put wreaths on the graves of veterans as part of their "Wreaths for Vets " annual project.
City officials are working to make the emergency water reuse project, more permanent.
Hundreds of MSU students crossed the stage and received their diplomas Saturday.
District 69 Representative James Frank is hosting several town hall meetings in his district this week.
The Kemp at the Forum is hosting a holiday children's book reading this week.
Police believe Ricardo Lara could be in danger.
Programs like the YMCA's Holiday Trimmings program encourages you to keep off the pounds during the holidays.
American Legion Post 202 wants to make sure veterans that passed away are honored this Christmas.
If you're looking for the perfect gift to give that special someone, you can get that and support the men and women who help keep you safe.
As Christmas creeps closer, the Wichita Falls travel center wants to make sure our local military members are taken care of this holiday.
The Welch Street Church of Christ hosted its' annual holiday dinner on Saturday afternoon hoping to feed the hungry.
For 9 years, the Troops For Trees program has been providing soldiers at Ft. Sill with donated Christmas trees.
The Faith Masonic Lodge in Wichita Falls is organizing a blood drive for an Iowa Park baby who was born with half a heart.
Hospice of Wichita Falls reached their goal of 200-thousand dollars!
Jerry Joe Garza is charged with capital murder.
In full holiday spirit, Santa visited with seniors at The Kitchen on Friday.
A 19 year old Fort Sill Soldier probably feels like a bandit after playing a penny slot machine in Lawton Thursday evening.
Local insurance agents say the Affordable Care Act's online healthcare exchange is once again showing problems as people try and meet open enrollment's first deadline for coverage.
Before you buy a new car, you want to make sure you'll be happy with it.
Technology shows up in the strangest places.