Representatives Mac Thornberry and Tom Cole touched on two subjects today in Wichita Falls that involve U.S. troops and pose a big threat to this country.
Marvin "Fat" McBride was killed Friday night in a one-vehicle crash.
MSU's softball team honored North Central Texas College softball team members who recently died in a bus crash with a balloon release and benefit game.
Although there is no vaccine for enterovirus D-68, health officials say the next best defenses at keeping it at bay is to wash your hands often and get a flu shot.
Early voting gets underway October 20.
Sharon and Mike Laughon have taken xeriscaping, as well as their backyard, to a higher level that is helping make every drop count.
Should there be some sort of Ebola scare in Texoma, American Medical Response officials say they're prepared.
It was a busy night and morning for firefighters in Wichita Falls.
Now that the Lake Wichita study is finished, the focus is shifting to raising money to bring new things to the lake, including an inflatable water park, restaurant and retail facilities.
Walkers, runners and bikers on the city's Circle Trail System have another way to add to their fitness program now.
Several downtown streets remain blocked off after a major gas leak forces their closure on Tuesday afternoon.
The Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District is confirming another case of West Nile in Texoma.
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.
The differences between time lapsed, satellite images of the Lake Arrowhead between 2010 and now not only has Wichita Falls city officials concerned but also those who live on Lake Arrowhead.
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.