The 2014 Clay County Pioneer Reunion is now underway.
It's been almost three months since recycled water has been in the Wichita Falls drinking supply.
Politically tainted textbooks; that's the accusation voiced Tuesday as state school board members consider adopting new Texas textbooks.
The next round of an entrepreneurial competition that aims to grow the local economy is now underway.
A young mother of three needs your help as she battles breast cancer.
Miniature poodle chases bear away from Pennsylvania family's home. Pamela Osborne reports.
Customer gives cashier $1,000 to pay for orders behind him, buying dinner for 88 more customers. Matthew Torres reports.
Minnesota 3-year-old's emotional reunion with his National Guard mother warms hearts. Jay Olstad reports.
AM Guest: Pioneer Reunion 9/17/14
The chili cook-off and car show will be Saturday at American Legion Post 198.
Bus driver pushes child to safety, sacrificing her own life, when safety drill turns into real-life deadly accident. Hilary Golston reports.
Wichita Falls Police are investigating a two car crash. Both drivers have been taken to the hospital.
A mosquito-borne illness which causes severe joint pain, headache and fever has been spreading in the United States over the past year and now a case has been reported near Texoma.
AM Guest: Caribbean Fest 9/16/14
President Obama spoke late Tuesday afternoon regarding a new plan for US intervention in the African Ebola outbreak. Erika Edwards reports.
AM Guest: Octoberfest 9/16/14
Now that the school year has started, Big Brothers Big Sisters has a great need for volunteers.
NASA has awarded the highly-anticipated space taxi contract to Boeing and SpaceX, a move which will end the agency’s reliance on Russian technology to transport U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey tells Senators that new air campaign won't be "shock and awe" but instead "persistent and sustainable". Steve Handelsman reports.
Swimmers and surfers are being told to stay out of the water near Monterey, California after two suspected Great White attacks. Phil Gomez reports.