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.
Candace Lloyd is charged with theft under $100,000
Wichita County Sheriff's Office officials say a man who led them on a high speed chase and had to be tased is now being treated at United Regional, and he will soon be booked into jail.
Morning interview for United Regional's Summer Picnic and Party raising funds for diabetes, 6:30 a.m., 8-6-14
A woman was sent to the hospital after a rollover accident near Memorial Stadium early Tuesday afternoon.
Employment changes coming to laboratory, respiratory care and central services at United Regional.
Experts say the warm weather is bringing out the rattlesnakes.
A Wichita Falls police chase ends in a truck accident that tore down a fence, uprooted railroad tracks and hospitalized a man.
Wichita Falls police are looking for the driver responsible for a late Tuesday night hit-and-run accident on Kell.
A woman driving the wrong way on Central Fwy is taken to the hospital after crashing into a semi.
Wichita Falls Police are investigating a possible kidnapping at a Hirschi high school parking lot.
If cool cars are your thing and you also want to help a good cause, head on out the the Third Annual Show & Shine!
With summer vacation just around the corner kids are gearing up to leave the classroom and enter the great outdoors and it would be a good idea to remember what may be lurking in the grass.
A man is taken to the hospital Thursday night after hitting a tree with his vehicle.
It's a pretty basic concept-you go to the hospital to get well. But unfortunately, a recent study shows far too many people are dying in hospitals after something goes wrong.
A big hello from United Regional employees who are celebrating being one of the top 100 hospitals in the country for the 2nd year in a row.
According to a recent study by the CDC, the number of people with staph infections in the US is going down. United Regional has also seen a decrease and they believe it's because of their screening procedures.
Wichita Falls police said a late Tuesday night hit and run sent one man to the hospital.