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.
It's probably not something tax payers would say they often see, but property owners in the WFISD are about to see a tax decrease.
WFPD dispatchers say accidental 9-1-1 calls take up a lot of their time each year.
Monday Paul Ryan was in Wichita Falls to promote his new book
The owner of El Mejicano Restaurant was awarded Outstanding Civilian Organization of the Year by the Texas Air Force Association.
Wichita Falls school board members voted four to three in favor of modifying the choice program.
Hotter 'N Hell medical officials say the triple digit heat is not the only reason they anticipate treating more riders this year than in past years.
Bill Bates, a Dallas Cowboy for 15 years, will be speaking at First Baptist Church in Wichita Falls.
Wichita Falls crews and volunteers are turning downtown Wichita Falls into a pathway for thousands of cyclists.
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.
Family and friends will say goodbye this weekend to a former Wichita Falls family killed in a small plane crash last weekend.
Ten members of the MSU Women's Cross Country Team will run a 100 mile relay along the same route as the 100 mile ride.
Take a look at all the activities for this year's HH100!
Wichita Falls city and economic development officials continue discussing a proposed loan extension for Carter Aviation Technologies.
The number of arrests in the K2 sting in Wichita Falls has risen to at least 11 with two more suspects now charged.
Testimony resumed Wednesday in Tennessee today in a federal lawsuit against Wichita County Sheriff David Duke and a Chattanooga detention center.