Early voting is over in Wichita County but the frenzy for county clerk officials is just beginning.
Deron Royster was found guilty of three counts of assault of a public servant.
Johan van der Colff IV died of injuries he suffered following an October 4 helicopter crash in downtown Wichita Falls.
Congressman Mac Thornberry spoke with a room packed full of MSU students Thursday morning.
Tony Fox, a retired WFPD detective, gave his deposition in the case against Jerry Joe Garza. Fox will not be able to travel to Garza's trial, for which a change of venue was granted, because of health concerns.
Three taken into custody on unrelated charges on Rifle Range Rd after authorities receive reports of gunshots
For the first time in a decade, Wichita County's voting system has a new look. That's after Wichita County Commissioners approved spending $118,000 on that equipment.
Jerry Joe Garza was in court today for a hearing, but his behavior was a far cry from the man our cameras have captured over the past year.
A hearing today in 78th District Court involved a series of motions for Jerry Joe Garza's capital murder trial, which is set to start next month in Denton County.
Jeremy Thornburg is charged with murder in the 2011 disappearance of a Graham woman.
Marvin "Fat" McBride was killed Friday night in a one-vehicle crash.
Early voting gets underway October 20.
Should there be some sort of Ebola scare in Texoma, American Medical Response officials say they're prepared.
Family members say a woman who was hit while riding her bike Saturday afternoon has died.
One of our photojournalists, Landry Russell, witnessed a horrific helicopter crash in downtown Wichita Falls that killed one and sent three to the hospital.
An early-morning, one-vehicle crash sends one man to the hospital.
Seventeen-year-old Bailey Enriquez is charged with two counts of credit card abuse.
Jeremy Thornburg is charged with murder in the death of Candice Shields.
Each Friday, officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department use a new program to help our furry friends find their forever homes.
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.