A family friend wanted to help an Archer County family after their daughter was in a terrible accident.
Ryan Murray made his debut six and half weeks sooner than his parents Pat and Kelly had planned.
More than 17,000 children were treated in the emergency department at United Regional in 2014.
For over 30 years, the Children's Miracle Network has helped countless families at United Regional.
Every Monday in May, we'll share an example of how your support over the years is benefiting children and their families, and how you can continue to help make miracles happen.
In an emergency situation, every second counts. That's why United Regional hospital wants to let everyone know about an important change to the entrance to their emergency room.
The Chief Executive Officer at Bowie Memorial Hospital recently announced his resignation, after less than 7 months at the helm.
A Graham couple is now on the road to weight loss after undergoing bariatric surgery together at United Regional this week.
United Regional's annual 'Heart of a Woman' Brunch educates woman about heart health and heart risk.
"Handles" Franklin gave kids an up close look at the skills he uses everyday playing ball for the Globetrotters.
A 96-year-old man seriously injured from a two-vehicle accident last week has died.
She has delivered generations of Texomans into the world, and leaves with those she cared for and worked with in her mind.
The first baby to be born in 2015 at United Regional is a girl who weighed six pounds at birth.
A local teen raised money to help kids in the hospital this Christmas.
A mother and her two young children are taken to the hospital after getting lodged underneath a semi Thursday morning.
Your wait time at United Regional could soon be reduced. That's because the hospital is expanding. The hospital is adding additional space for its emergency room and renovating the current one.
The expansion and remodeling of United Regional's emergency department has been approved and construction will begin by the end of the year.
We have received comments from concerned viewers regarding Ebola in Wichita Falls. United Regional addresses those rumors.
We have obtained calls to 911 about that fatal helicopter crash early in the morning of October 4th.
As health officials try and track down people possibly exposed to the Ebola virus in the U.S., United Regional officials say they're prepared should a case be diagnosed here at home.