The Crowell Wildcats win their first state title. They defeated the May Tigers 78-52 in the 6-Man Division I State Championship Game at AT&T Stadium Saturday.
Wichita Falls police confiscate cocaine and marijuana after arresting two men Tuesday night.
A senior airman at Sheppard Air Force Base is admitting she caused a wreck that killed a 53 year base civilian employee while she was intoxicated. Senior Airman Anjelika Faul entered a guilty plea during her court martial on base today. It's the first manslaughter court martial there in at least 60 years. Mechell Dixon was at today's proceedings and brings us more on Faul's demeanor.
Eric Ward, Texas Tech's top returning receiver from 2012, has been named to the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award, which honors the nation's top wide receiver.
Three champions were crowned at Castaway Cove on Thursday in KFDX's annual hot dog eating contest.
Austin's Stratton Nolen on the 8th hole of the 57th Annual Texas-Oklahoma Jr. Golf Tournament climbs a tree to hit his ball!
The Rider Raiders earned a spot in the 4A state tournament with a pair of wins over Cleburne on Friday night and then found our their coach is stepping down at the end of the season.
Two people are behind bars this evening After one of them set off the alarm at a Walmart here in Wichita Falls.
The city of Iowa Park has sold the old building formally occupied by Wal-Mart.
Rider's Ashley Sissel signed a national letter of intent to play softball at Dartmouth next year.
Salvation Army officials collect interesting items in their red kettles over the holiday season.
A special hiring fair for veterans is set for Thursday in Wichita Falls.
Texas Oncology group celebrate Halloween.
driver is lucky to be alive today after Wichita
Falls police say he or she was involved in a serious accident after
falling asleep at the wheel.
Hurricane Isaac's impact may soon be felt in your pockets next time you fill up at the pump.
One Man dies after crashing into a concrete culvert on Hwy 44 in Burkburnett.
Noah's Ark Ministry finds their shelves empty after a burglary.
The Misfits Biker Social Club hosts a barbecue lunch benefit at Red River Harley Davidson
Wichita Falls City Auction.
A 50's car show brings a smile to one car enthusiasts at the Arbor House Senior Living Center.
Cake decorating held by the Wichita Falls Parks and Recreation Department
Susan Combs brings Texoma an uplifting message on the economy.
The Midwestern State Mustangs do it again! The Mustangs defeat 19th ranked Washburn 72-63 in the South Central Regional Tournament. MSU will take on 15th ranked Arkansas Tech for the chance to advance to the Elite Eight! Check out the highlights!
MSU wins its 6th Lone Star Conference Championship defeating Tarleton State 57-51. Check out the highlights and post game reaction from both teams.
Tobin McDuff sits down with MSU leading scorer Michael Loyd before tonight's LSC semifinal match-up against Cameron.
Day two of the Lone Star Conference Tournament saw the MSU Women's Basketball Team lose to Incarnate Word. We have the highlights and post game reaction.
Here's a look at where our area teams landed in the 2012 UIL Realignment.
A manhunt for two suspects believed to be responsible for shooting the owner of Mo's Grocery on Iowa Park Road is intensifying Monday night because that owner, 66-year-old Muhammad Ahmad has died from his wounds.
Cotton County Sheriff's Officials and Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation are working together on a missing person's case. 52- year- old Teresa Speir was last seen Saturday night after leaving work at the EZ Go off I- 44 at the Walters exit. Not far from the toll booth.
Across the Lone Star State, the Department of Agriculture Estimates there close to 2.6 million feral hogs. Each year those hogs cause millions of dollars in damage to the land.
After months of discussion and two proposals,Byers and Petrolia school districts are on their way to reaching an agreement for the school consolidation. And could come at the perfect times, since after Byers ISD has been struggling financially due to low enrollments.