Can-Tastic contest has nearly a dozen sculptures on display at Sikes Senter Mall.
Wichita Falls police have identified the victim of the 10th fatal vehicle crash this year in the city.
Wichita Falls police and Wichita County Sheriff's Deputies are on scene of a fatal vehicle versus person accident.
It's been part of this community for years but soon the Wichita Falls Museum of Art will look as it's never looked before.
Sgt. Adam Maloney received his father's WFPD badge during a promotion ceremony Friday afternoon.
Colony Park apartments caught fire Thursday night.
A 45 year old Wichita Falls man is charged with intentional injury to a child causing bodily injury in what investigators believe is a case of discipline that got out of hand.
A woman is hospitalized after driving off the road and crashing into a culvert early this morning in Wichita Falls.
A vacant home on 11th Street is destoryed by flames Wednesday night in Wichita Falls.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is talking about the care of local patients a day before one of its largest fundraisers of the year, the MDA Lock-Up.
A 17 year old Wichita Falls man is behind bars after his fingerprints are found at two different home burglaries.
Officers arrest a Wichita Falls woman after ingredients to make meth are found in the vehicle she was driving.
A man was hospitalized from burns during a fire on Hollandale Avenue in Wichita Falls.
Two Downtown Wichita Falls destinations are up for Texas Downtown Association awards!
Several hours after confirming the first human case of West Nile Virus in Wichita Falls, health officials announced a second case.
Wichita Falls health officials have confirmed two cases of West Nile Virus in the city.
Being arrested on August 13th in a K2 raid angered Wichita Falls store owner, Bill Hagle, but he says receiving a letter from police earlier this week about the raid, infuriated him even more.
As the eradication of bed bugs at Faith Mission continues, the Salvation Army continues to lend a helping hand by giving area homeless men a safe place to stay and food to eat.
Police say a long-time felon is in custody after leading authorities on a lengthy chase Thursday night.
Tom Danaher's decades long career had him soaring, almost up to the end, his "going home" service Thursday afternoon was actually short and simple.