Congratulations to Pierce Sales of Henrietta for being named a finalist in the small business category of the International BBB Torch Awards!
A Texoma family says they're left with many questions after learning that criminal charges won't be pursued in the case involving the death of their 11-year-old son and injury to another child last July.
Thirty-five years ago, KFDX Anchor Bill Warren alerted viewers about a massive tornado on the ground southwest of Wichita Falls, and told all residents they should take cover immediately.
Everyone is invited to join Mayor Glenn Barham and City Staff for the Mayor's Citywide Town Hall Forum, Thursday, March 27th beginning at 7:pm at the MPEC, 1000 5th Street, in Room 10 of the Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall.
The latest drought report from the Texas Water Development Board shows that while more of the state is now out of drought, it's intensifying in other parts, especially the panhandle and here in Texoma.
The unemployment rate in Wichita Falls and most of Texoma increased slightly in January compared to December.
Find out which cars Consumer Reports says are the top picks for 2014!
A fire breaks out Wednesday night at a Wichita Falls trailer park.
Wichita Falls police said a late Tuesday night hit and run sent one man to the hospital.
The Jaws of Life were used to free a man from his truck that hit two 18-wheelers in an early morning accident.
Of the 27 brave men who received the Medal of Honor in the World War II Battle of Iwo Jima, only one survives, and he was in Texoma today to talk with some of today's generation of Marines at Fort Sill.
Below-freezing temperatures and snow have hit Texoma again and store shelves are taking a hit too as customers stock up on the essentials.
Consumer Reports just tested new free apps designed to keep car accidents from happening.
Is exercising in extreme heat and humidity healthful? Consumer Reports medical experts have a caution.
The filing period to run for city offices in Texoma opened Wednesday and one Wichita Falls candidate has already filed for re-election.
Wearing the wrong shoes can lead to life-long deformities that require surgery to fix.
The fast-food you get sometimes doesn't look like the tasty food you saw advertised!
Flushable wipes may not be so flushable after all.
Thornberry talks about issues ranging from the NSA to the drought in Texoma.
Consumer Reports is testing camera phones to see which ones produce the best pictures!