Evelyn Griner is charged with two counts of aggravated assault.
Kasean Greene is charged with aggravated assault.
A new year brings with it new beginnings and goals. One of the most popular resolutions every year is to go to the gym and work out but that can be easier said than done.
A controversial film about two journalists recruited to assassinate North Korea's Kim Jong Un is hitting the big screen in Vernon on Friday evening after being yanked by major movie theater chains.
After 16 years of service, a beloved county commissioner is hanging her hat. Melissa Foy caught up with former Precinct 2 Commissioner Pat Norriss as she says goodbye to the post she's occupied for four terms.
It wasn't a large amount of rain that fell and froze on streets and overpasses on New Year's Day but it was more than enough to make it very difficult for law enforcement, first responders and tow trucks.
The first baby to be born in 2015 at United Regional is a girl who weighed six pounds at birth.
As winter weather is forecasted in DFW, TxDOT equipment from Texoma was sent there to help out.
A Throckmorton man knows just how much his service in the Marines during Vietnam is appreciated by a very special group from Stonewall county.
It's been over a year and a half since a devastating tornado swept through Moore, Oklahoma and an explosion flattened the town of West, Texas.
You can give the gift of life by donating your blood to the Community Healthcare Center next week.
Court proceedings for two of eight suspects in a drugs for prostitution ring involving a 13 year old victim in Altus have begun in the Jackson County courthouse.
The holidays can be a busy time for many people but officials with the American Red Cross hope that doesn't prevent you from giving the gift of life.
Pasquals is set to be reopen by the end of January.
City View Elementary Student Council Members truly share their spirit of Texoma.
Stores in Wichita Falls are packed the day after Christmas with holiday shoppers looking for bargains and those looking to exchange some of their Christmas gifts.
The spirit of the holidays was alive at the Salvation Army.
This is the season of giving and a Wichita Falls woman found a way to give back on a large scale.
Each month, officers put together "shoplifter showcase" so area businesses can get familiar with suspected shoplifters in the city.
The last day for the 2014 MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights Display is Sunday.