Altus police say they have arrested eight suspects they say were involved in a drugs for prostitution ring involving a 13 year old girl.
Terry Points, General Services Superintendent for the Wichita Falls Parks Department, says bids will go out for the next phase of the Circle Trail next month.
For having a huge hand in making the Empty Bowls fundraiser happen Steve Hilton and his team of volunteers win the Spirit of Texoma Award.
It's been part of this community for years but soon the Wichita Falls Museum of Art will look as it's never looked before.
Sgt. Adam Maloney received his father's WFPD badge during a promotion ceremony Friday afternoon.
The Wichita Falls Fire and Police Museum may soon be finding a new home.
After 60 years at its location on Armory Road, Work Services Corporation is moving.
The state fire marshal's office is investigating an explosion that flattened a Vernon couple's home Monday.
Your help in raising funds for things like flu shots and equipment, and sending "Jerry's Kids" to summer camp, is just as important now as it has ever been.
Bowie Memorial Hospital has new leadership with a new CEO.
A change of venue request in a Young County murder trial has been denied.
Wichita County Commissioners on Monday morning approved a grant that helps fund the Wichita County Emergency Management Office.
The Midwestern State University Board of Regents says they are ready to start accepting applications in their search for a new president.
Wichita Falls health officials have confirmed two cases of West Nile Virus in the city.
The Read 2 Learn program wins big in an online contest.
Wichita Falls fire crews work hard to get flames under control on Hollandale Avenue.
Voters in the May Wichita Falls ISD bond election overwhelming rejected the bond proposal but that hasn't discouraged district officials from looking toward the future.
As the eradication of bed bugs at Faith Mission continues, the Salvation Army continues to lend a helping hand by giving area homeless men a safe place to stay and food to eat.
The remnants of what once was Hurricane Odile are moving into Texoma increasing our chances for rain.
Residents along McNiel Avenue know the nearly $6 million drainage project is needed, but one resident says the construction is causing more than just frustration.