Ribbon cutting ceremony for new showroom at Herb Easley Chevrolet.
Today, the city of Wichita Falls is saying "Happy Birthday" to its recreated namesake.
LIFE magazine releases rare color photos before and after the D-Day invasion on June 6th, 1944.
Another celebration of life Sunday in Texoma as one woman celebrates quite the milestone. Texoma's own Ruth Faye Kennedy is now 100 years young.
Joe Brown set ready for viewing at the Museum of North Texas History.
John Edwards has been found Not Guilty on 1 count, and the jury was undecided on all other counts in the campaign finance trial.
The Petrolia girls softball team loses to Sam Rayburn 5-3.
With the anticipated win in the Texas Primary, Mitt Romney will have enough delegates to capture the nomination. Tracie Potts reports.
Wichita Falls Police are asking for your help catching some thieves.
A preliminary hearing is set for June 27 at 9 a.m. the Stephens County Courthouse for the former Bray-Doyle Public Schools Financial Secretary
Small business owners from Texoma gathered Tuesday for the Governors Small Business Forum at Vernon College.
Wichita Falls Chief of Police, Dennis Bachman, announces his retirement.
The Coalition for Hispanic Education wants to hear from parents at a forum Tuesday night.
An off-duty fire fighter jumps into action to save his son.
The scenery around Sheppard Air Force Base will be changing after the
State Public Utility Commission approves moving power lines north of the
A book can open up a treasure chest of ideas for students...
Family rescues tiny puppy after it falls from bird's talons.
Fire breaks out in a Wichita Falls home early this morning.
Dire economic conditions of the last few years have cause many young people to struggle. Some have managed by joining the family business or even starting their own. But can they survive?
NBC stars discuss their shows outside of the "Up Front."