"Mystery Day" is Saturday at the Downtown Wichita Falls Farmer's Market.
A national healthcare company made headlines in February when representatives of that company announced they'd no longer sell tobacco products. On the heels of that announcement, CVS, which has also changed its name to CVS Health, made good to that promise and did so about a month early.
An arrest affidavit reveals Shawn Chambers is now charged with an additional count of insurance fraud.
Detectives are asking area business representatives to pay close attention to the cash they get from customers.
Longtime detective Tony Fox retired this afternoon after more than 25 years with Wichita Falls Police Department.
Some cell phone users can now text 9-1-1 if they need help.
Four Wichita Falls Police Department employees are hanging their hats as they move into retirement.
WFPD dispatchers say accidental 9-1-1 calls take up a lot of their time each year.
The next Wichita County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy will start on September 4.
It took a 9-person federal jury just one hour and 12 minutes to come to a verdict.
The biggest event in Wichita Falls has rolled into town for yet another year. Hotter'N Hell Hundred 2014 officially got underway as the consumer show opened Thursday afternoon.
The annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred bike ride brings in several million dollars to area businesses each year.
Testimony resumed Wednesday in Tennessee today in a federal lawsuit against Wichita County Sheriff David Duke and a Chattanooga detention center.
A cookout on the Wichita County Courthouse lawn raised money to help R.W. Smith.
Police say the driver of a red Ford Fusion was able to get out of his car before it erupted in flames.
Brian Stone is charged with endangering a child.
Hunger in America 2014 shows military families make up one-fourth of the people who rely on the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank to feed their families.
The unemployment rate in Wichita Falls rose slightly in July, but is lower than it was a year ago.
Testimony should begin Wednesday afternoon in Chattanooga, Tennessee in a federal lawsuit filed by a woman against Wichita County Sheriff David Duke for violation of her civil rights.
Advancement in technology has Wichita County election officials considering making big changes on how you vote for your political leaders.