If you would like to celebrate Independence Day with your own fireworks, you can do so legally at a few locations.
In Stephens County, the sheriff's office says a Texoma mother stopped an alleged child molester in the act.
Grass fire season is starting a little later than usual for Texoma.
A Lewisville man with ties to Texoma, who was arrested previously on charges of soliciting sex with children and sexual abuse of children, is now in the Wichita County jail on warrants from Dallas County related to sex with children.
We had been told by FEMA representatives that the assistance center in the Wichita Falls Public Library was being kept open until June 27, but now it's closing today.
Here is a list of road closures and flooding across Texoma.
Sheppard Air Force Base will welcome a new commander for the 82nd Training Wing on Thursday.
The amount of water going over the spillways at Arrowhead and Kickapoo continues to increase, and it has been almost a month since Kickapoo began going over for the first time since 1995.
Juneteenth is known as the true anniversary of the end of slavery in Texas. And this weekend, you can be a part of a the three day historical activity.
A long time Texoma educator, coach and administrator will be laid to rest on Saturday in Seymour.
At least six people have died in water-related accidents in this area during the heavy rains and flooding. That's if the two victims in Friday's accident on Central Freeway drowned, or the high water played a part in their deaths.
We may be out of the direct threat of flooding, but Wichita County leaders are still discussing the aftermath of flooding we saw over the past two weeks.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says he's taken a look at some of the flood damage in the area in the past few days.
After weeks of heavy rain and flooding, residents are now cleaning up their homes following mandatory evacuations.
The Wichita Falls Landfill is open to drop of damaged belongings, but they must be covered.
Tonight, Electra city commissioners will be accepting not only City Administratior, Larry Pannell's resignation, but also that of Mayor Curtis Warner.
Here are some helpful links to get you through severe weather.
If you are one of the homeowners displaced by flood water, the Red Cross now has multiple shelters open for you to go to.
The Red Cross is operating two shelters, one at the Hirschi High school gym on Borton, and one at Iowa Park Rec Center on North 3rd Street.
Because of all the families being told to evacuate their homes and the potential for flood damage, The United Way is teaming up with Red Cross and Salvation Army to try and bring relief to those affected.