Wichita County Commissioners say they'll most likely avoid a tax rate increase as they continue to draft next year's budget.
The Wichita Falls Independent School District is getting closer to making a decision on the future of the district's Choice program.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry called the president's comments about the MH 17 shoot down "disappointing."
The event is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at WDS in Wichita Falls, a Xerox company office.
A raging fire on Thursday evening destroys a home in the 5800 block of Huntington Lane near Bacon Switch Road.
The last remaining defendants in a Wichita Falls gang injunction case are finally enjoined after 30th District Judge Bob Brotherton signs off on the order on Thursday afternoon.
Residents in Ryan, Oklahoma have been under a boil order since last week after routine water checks test positive for a potentially deadly bacteria.
If this latest increase goes through, it would make 12- increases over the past 20- years.
Now that water haulers can't buy water from the River Road Wastewater Treatment Plant, they're looking to well owners to help them continue their businesses. We caught up with one water well owner who says he's having to expand his business so he can supply the haulers with the amount of water they need.
After days and days of searching for a sewage gas leak, a county crew says they were able to find the source of the problem.
A Wichita Falls boy receives a very special and heartfelt homecoming with the help of local first responders after spending months in the hospital.
After a deadly weekend involving law enforcement authorities and the use of deadly force, many are wanting to learn more about the procedures or policies set in for authorities who find themselves in deadly situations.
A new convenience store in Wichita Falls is robbed for the second time in two days on Friday afternoon.
An emergency grant from the Texas Department of Agriculture is allowing four Texoma towns to dig wells in an effort to supplement their dwindling water supplies.
Wichita Falls councilors will consider paying that officer a $60,000 settlement.
Richard Sepulveda pleaded guilty to evading arrest and manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance.
Matthew Zuniga pleaded guilty to 10 counts of possession of child porn.
The lack of water in the area is not stopping new businesses from flooding into the City of Wichita Falls. After quite a few new restaurants have opened up over the past few years, even more are on the way.
Nineteen-year-old Dakota King pleaded guilty to sexual assault of a child.
The Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program, ENJJPT, at Sheppard Air Force Base, may be expanding in the near future as another country looks to join the program.
A man accused of conning several people out of a total of around 175- dollars for tamales he never delivered is now facing a state jail felony.
A new trial date could be scheduled next week for a Wichita Falls police officer involved in a car crash that killed 2- girls and an unborn baby.
Now that the waste water at River Road is being treated and going back into our drinking water supply, that means water haulers won't be able to buy it and use it for their businesses.
City officials say a second round of anti-evaporation powder testing got underway Wednesday.
Habitat for Humanity is encouraging young people to help others this summer.
With more than 1,100 undocumented children being held at Fort Sill, hundreds of workers from the Department of Health and Human Services are in Lawton to assist those in need.
Women in God's Service will host dinner and a comedic play to bring in funds to help those in need.
An empty industrial lot that once housed Certainteed is once again being used as a new business is set to open in the near future.
Thousands of folks from across Texoma made their way to Sheppard Air Force Base on Friday evening to celebrate 4th of July at Freedom Fest.
A man who trains police officers the Japanese martial art of Jiu Jitsu in the Canary Islands is in Texoma to further his training.
Cloud seeding will start back up in September for Wichita County but now a group of Texas counties, including three in Texoma, are banding together to start a seeding process of their own.
Andreus Barkley is charged with aggravated assault.
Officials at Waurika Lake are getting ready for a busy Fourth of July weekend but first they want to make sure lakegoers know what to expect.
County and state leaders joined forces in Wichita Falls today to try to determine how they can stop the BLM's potential land grab. The meeting was a way for 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry to talk to local leaders about his proposed bill to deal with the BLM.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says illegal immigrants should be sent back to their home countries as soon as they cross the US border.
Eric Duncan in sentenced to seven years in prison.
With no signs of the ongoing drought letting up and as every drop of water continues to count, some homeowners are turning to landscaping that doesn't require irrigation.
The Wichita Falls Summer Concert Series comes to a thundering end tonight.
The bench trial for a former on-duty Wichita Falls police officer, involved in a car crash that killed two girls and an unborn baby, is now postponed.
Wichita Falls City Councilors have approved cloud seeding, effluent reuse, studies of building a new lake, and many other measures to try to stretch our dwindling water supply.
The next time you check out at your local grocery store, you might have to shell out a little extra as the Texas Farm Bureau predicts food prices to rise this summer.
For his upbeat attitude and inspiring others Jeremy Johnson is honored with our Spirit of Texoma Award.
Power is back on at a historic building in Downtown Wichita Falls and the once quiet and deserted building will be full of construction workers and equipment.
There's new legislation in both the House and the Senate that aims to protect Red River landowners' rights.
Patients at Kell West Regional Hospital suffering from osteoarthritis or any other knee injury may soon be able undergo a new procedure that may help them recover faster.
FedEx has filed plans with the City of Wichita Falls that cite the company's intent to open a new distribution center in the city.
Bowie police are looking for who's responsible for defacing property, both private and public, in the city overnight.
DPS troopers arrested two men after two duffle bags full of marijuana were found in a vehicle.
Thursday was the last full day of a business for Citibank locations in Texoma.
Now that the potential fireworks guidelines have been announced, Wichita County authorities are planning how and where they'll patrol as they look for fireworks users who are breaking the law.
The City of Graham has been dry for over 100 years but some local residents are making another push to change that and they are asking for their community's support.
From finding ways to get well water from their neighbors to finding ways to store water when it does rain, area residents are doing everything they can to make sure every drop counts and that's keep local entrepreneurs very busy.
River Oaks Care Center hosted their 17th annual rib cook-off today.
Elizabeth Duerson was convicted of intoxication manslaughter.
About two weeks ago, on June 6, the world looked back on the 70th anniversary of D-Day including one local World War II veteran.
The Fourth of July is about two-and-a-half weeks away and Wichita County residents still do not know if fireworks will be allowed this year.
Gayle Morgan is charged with injury to an elderly individual.
The Kitchen is calling on drivers to keep the Meals on Wheels program in motion.
Archer City Independent School District officials are asking its district residents to consider a bond in the upcoming November election.
The Wichita Falls Independent School District's is looking into possible changes to its ever-popular Choice program.