A proposed bill could ban tobacco-use on Oklahoma public school campuses 24/7.
There is no final price tag on the capital murder trial, Young County Judge John Bullock says the Armandariz trial will be substantially more expensive than other trials because of the change of venue.
Following the arrest of a Tennessee man, Wichita County Deputies say over 20 pounds of marijuana is off the highway.
Kristen Marcy is charged with injury to a child.
Seventeen-year-old Kaden Deming is charged with tampering with a consumer product.
A nearly $60 million dollar bond will be on the table in the upcoming May election, but after last year's bond failed by such a large margin, how are board members feeling about the chances of it passing this time around?
Midwestern State University's Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter is keeping quiet about the controversy surrounding their fraternity at the University of Oklahoma after a video surfaced on Sunday showing alleged members singing racial slurs.
The annual St. Patrick's Day street festival is Saturday, March 14.
Texoma has seen a decent amount of rainfall this year but we are still below average.
From Texas to New England, Mother Nature has rocked much of the country hard in 2015, but when it comes to how things are in the northeast, can we really complain?
Officials say they're glad construction crews were ahead of schedule on city projects before the snow and ice hit.
What role, if any, does unpredictable weather play on your health?
Melvin Lee Boroughs was being investigated for the continuous aggravated sexual assault of multiple children.
TxDOT workers are on rotating 12-hour shifts to help clear area highways.
Gun collectors, pay attention, because the Wilbarger County Sheriff's Office plans to sell a rare, fully automatic machine gun from the 1920s.
Texas Rangers are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Wilbarger County where investigators say a man stole a Vernon police car before leading officers on a pursuit.
There are new developments following some tense moments Sunday night where witnesses say a man walked into a counseling center with a loaded rifle.
Our Black History Month "Journey" series is wrapping after exploring 450- years of the African American experience in Florida.
In just three days authorities will be hitting the streets looking for those with outstanding warrants. In some cases, that will lead to arrests.
A former Wichita Falls man who's on death row but was granted a stay in his execution just days before he was set to die was acquitted of rape charges in Wichita County. About 24 years after that verdict, his attorney is recounting the case.