Wichita Falls police say surveillance video is instrumental in helping investigators identify suspects in crimes at businesses.
Carter Aviation officials are looking at repaying a $3-million dollar loan from the City of Wichita Falls and say they have something in the works that could have the company skyrocketing to a new height.
A recent article by an online company that prides itself on educating, amusing and enriching the public Is rubbing Wichita Falls city officials the wrong way.
Youth Opportunities Center will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a Showcase and Community Talent Show.
Sara Price, the mother of the four month old baby Brent Benefield is on trial for allegedly killing, testifies for more than four hours.
Because of the drought this winter, work is even slower than normal for some in the landscaping business.
United Regional officials say several noticeable factors are setting this flu season apart from the others.
Proceeds from a guitar raffle will benefit the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank
More than a hundred folks also got a taste of the holiday over at Faith Mission.
A local organization dished up a hearty serving of Christmas cheer today.
Several Wichita Falls restaurants are open Christmas Day
It's the day before Christmas and all throughout the stores last minute shoppers were hustling and bustling with no time to be bored.
Humane Society of Wichita County will be open for Saturday's Hope for the Holiday adoption event until midnight.
Hundreds of parents picked up gifts for their children who were in the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program.
Concern Citizens for Wichita Falls recommends major changes in the school district that may not be what many envisioned.
Dozens of people who work with area abused and neglected children spent the day being Santa's helpers.
Wichita County Commissioners voted to allow residents to ring in the new year with a bang but restrictions do apply.
Starting Tuesday, Wichita County residents will have several locations renew their vehicle registration.
Icy weather last week causes the Salvation Army to lose more than $10,000 during its annual Kettle Campaign.
There were no engine to start but dozens of Wichita Falls city employees did spin their wheels in a stiff annual competition Thursday.