A man with a criminal record in Wichita County has been found and arrested after a two-day manhunt in the Texas Hill Country.
Our own Melissa Foy is participating in this year's Dancing for the Stars.
Police say David Lee Halencak is wanted for sexual assault.
A Wichita County Sherriff's Office investigation leads to a man being tased by deputies and road closure on U.S. 287.
There were two pneumonia-related deaths last year in Wichita County, and local health officials say we've matched that number this year in just one month.
The Sheriff's Office Citizens Academy (SOCA) wants you to learn about law enforcement.
We depend on our cell phones for so much these days: everything from banking to keeping in touch with friends. But as we've all learned, especially in the past year, putting all that information on just one device can make it easy for hackers to access it all, too.
A wreck involved a Honda Fit and a GMC pickup sends one person to the hospital.
Local health officials say though numbers are down, you need to make sure you get your flu shot.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says he's currently working on a new bill to deal with the BLM's potential land grab of property along the Red River.
Local health officials say if you received your Measels shot between 1963 and 1967, you need to check your shot records.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says securing the borders is the federal government's job.
Wichita County property owners are getting a bit of a break on their taxes, but only for two days.
Local health officials say students in Texas are required to have the Measles shots before enrolling in kindergarten.
WFISD organized a series of five sessions for residents to voice their opinions about a potential new career and technical education center.
Tuesday night, the city council in Duncanville voted to hire Wichita Falls Assistant City Manager Kevin Hugman as its new city manager.
The city auction is Saturday.
We're down to the wire for "Dancing for the Stars-Wichita Falls" and that means KFDX weekend anchor Melissa Foy and her instructor Ron Moses are practicing as much as they can!
A judge is expected to rule whether a former Wichita Falls police officer will be convicted of three counts of manslaughter Tuesday morning.
Despite resting its first round of arguments yesterday, the state is forced to recall a DPS crash reconstructionist to the witness stand today.