As we wrap up our year in review series looking back at some of the memorable news stories of 2013, we bring you the final month.
Stage four water restrictions and Black Friday shopping, just two of the stories as the 11th month of the year came and went.
In September, a convicted felon found guilty of three counts of indecency with a child receives three life sentences and water woes lead Burkburnett city leaders to start digging for new sources as they secured land to dig 25 new water wells.
October began with the seventeen day shut down of the federal government.
A little more than four months ago, a baseball player from Australia was senselessly gunned down in Duncan while jogging, drawing national, even international attention to the city.
From a young life taken far too soon in a horse versus truck crash to a Sheppard Air Force Base jet crashing into a field, July was full of both heart wrenching and memorable events.
The ongoing drought did not not show any signs of getting better at the start of June.
The drought continued during the month of May with little rain, but one city did go wet. Many folks got fired up over gun rights, and hundreds were left without homes in Oklahoma.
April was a big month for critical decisions on conserving our water supply as the drought kept its firm grip over Texoma.
From military woes woes because of sequestration to a Montague County law enforcement officer receiving a huge welcome home, the third month of the year included some highs, lows, and memorable moments.
From a new stage of water restrictions for Wichita County residents to a 10 percent hike in gas prices, the month of February saw its fair share of local and national news.
Take a look back at the top stories NBC reporters covered during 2013.
The month of January began with Wichita County officials taking the oath of office in a ceremony at the courthouse.
The month of November began with what many say was one of the most talked about elections in history.
Take a look back at the months of September and October 2012.
Take a look back at the months of July and August 2012.
The speed limit went up in the Lone Star State and so did the temperature.
March and April had Texomans on their toes.
Take a look at some of the top stories of 2012.