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.
Troopers are investigating a train crash involving a car at FM 369 off Old Iowa Park Road. It happened around 9 this morning.
Andreus Barkley is charged with aggravated assault.
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.
Wichita County commissioners discuss the cost and improvements for the Sprague Detention Center expansion project.
A man shot early this morning in Electra is expected to survive, but officials say he is not cooperating with authorities.
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.
Wichita county fireworks guidelines have been officially set and with the differing guidelines in nearby counties, some are confused.
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.
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.
Long time Wichita County Justice of the Peace Janice Sons will be installed as the new president of the Texas Justices of the Peace and Constables Association Thursday night.
A Wichita Falls woman is back in jail for more theft charges after she was arrested last year with 3 others in connection with possible stolen property at the Wayfarer Motel.
This year's guidelines are now approved and in effect.
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.
Shooting fireworks are okay, but with certain restrictions. Violators can be fined up to $500.