A Texas Ranger who was assigned to investigate the murder of a Texoma woman nearly 20 years ago after the case had gone cold testified on Friday how the defendant became their one and only suspect.
A U.S. Ambassador, who earned his bachelors and masters degrees at MSU, will be honored there this homecoming weekend.
The forensic pathologist who performed the autopsy on a woman killed almost 20 years ago took the stand on Thursday in the trial of a man charged in one of Texoma's oldest unsolved murders.
Prosecutors look to have a huge break in the investigation of the triple homicide of a family in Duncan.
In Baylor County, the trial of a man charged in one of Texoma's oldest cold case murders is expected to begin on Wednesday.
Texomans help take a bite out of hunger on Monday afternoon during the 3rd Annual Empty Bowls event.
For the first time in a decade, Wichita County's voting system has a new look. That's after Wichita County Commissioners approved spending $118,000 on that equipment.
Jeremy Thornburg is charged with murder in the 2011 disappearance of a Graham woman.
The son of a prominent Duncan family is charged with the deaths of his father, mother and sister after police say he admitted to the crime.
A second Texas health care worker who provided care for Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, has tested positive for the virus in a preliminary check
Residents in Duncan and surrounding Oklahoma communities continue to grieve the sudden deaths of The Marlow Review owner and publisher John Hruby, his wife and daughter.
Marvin "Fat" McBride was killed Friday night in a one-vehicle crash.
Early voting gets underway October 20.
As part of Frontier Army Days at Fort Sill, the public is invited to a free exhibition game of how they used to play America's Pastime.
Over a thousand students got a taste as to what it took to live and survive in the 1800s.
There were a lot of happy soldiers returning from an overseas deployment Friday morning at Fort Sill.
The city of Wichita Falls has ended its cloud seeding contract earlier than expected.
Wichita Falls police are looking for two men they say kidnapped, beat and tortured a woman earlier this week.
A former physician and helicopter pilot says he voiced his concerns over United Regional's helicopter pad years ago saying its location is dangerous.
Should there be some sort of Ebola scare in Texoma, American Medical Response officials say they're prepared.