Man and dog being treated with similar experimental cancer vaccines meet.
The event will be held at the Amarillo Fire Station #12, 3100 SW 58th Street.
Man pulled from fiery wreck by Good Samaritans describes the ordeal.
Good Samaritans lift burning car off severely wounded motorcyclist.
The veterans going on the flight consist of tours of WW2, Korea, Vietnam, USN, USMC Memorials and Arlington National Cemetery.
Mark Runyan and Morgan Arguello, lead the FFAProgram and Agricultural Mechanics class at Clovis High School.
Local teacher named Teacher of the Year by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
The designation marks WTAMU as one of the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country.
Families in Amarillo and the surrounding area are eligible to apply.
Company announces assistance for Texas customers impacted by disaster.
Last month, APD asked third graders to help name the newest member of the police force.
Local student to receive scholarship from AMBUCS.
Fair officials say the tasty foods entered into the Seventh Annual Big Tex Choice Awards contest have been narrowed down to eight.
Women Veterans are the fastest growing Veteran sub-population.
Perry says Housing4TexasHeroes will help ensure veterans and their families have adequate housing as they ease back into civilian life.
While the hot temperatures continue the first part of this week, forecast highs toward the weekend are only in the 90s and may not go back up.
"While others might say it can't be done, Kristi is willing to do everything possible to make it work."
Three elementary and three secondary school educators were selected from the 40 regional Teachers of the Year from each of the states 20 education service center areas.
Projected to open in the fall of 2011, the Panhandle Youth Shelter will provide services to the youth of Texas County from birth to age 18.
A dedication is set for Sunday, August 28th, which will mark the 48th anniversary of Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech.
The award is sponsored by the Science Teachers Association of Texas (STAT).
A welcome home rally is being planned for Staff Sergeant Carson Gerber and 7 US personnel.
Antonio Diaz Chacon said he doesn't feel like he did anything out of the ordinary.
Transunion says the rate of credit card borrowers 90 days or more past due fell for the sixth straight quarter.
The Clovis community will recognize Cannon Air Force Bases Airmen and families at Unity Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
RealtyTrac has released its U.S. Foreclosure Market Report.
All donations collected on Miracle Treat Day stay in the communities in which they are raised to support local kids at area Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
Every person who brings a donation will receive a free ice cream cone.
Patients, family members, caregivers, and the medical community will have a unique opportunity to listen and speak to one of the nation's leading rheumatologist, Dr. Maureen Mayes.
He was one of four students nationwide to be chosen for a software engineering internship.
A day after the worst stock-market slide since 2008, the Labor Department releases job creation numbers.
The new ten-year NFL collective bargaining agreement has been ratified by players.
Monsanto and Valero have teamed up to help address the need for school supplies in Dumas and Sunray.
Canyon High School teacher wins a Salute to Excellence Award for District 1.
Local law enforcement officers collected monetary donations and 100% went to support Special Olympics Texas.
The general consensus is that less than 90,000 jobs will have been added in July.
Participating providers will offer
immunizations to any child, regardless of whether he or she is a patient or has
insurance as part of "Got Shots? Protect Tots!" clinics.
114,000 jobs were added in July.
If you are looking for something that involves good food, a fun atmosphere, and some good skills then maybe the rodeo is the place for you.
About 40 percent of kids still ride unrestrained, and of those children who are buckled up, four out of five are not restrained correctly.
The Lone Star State is pushing adults who have college credits to return to school and finish their degrees.
Temperatures could hit 107-degrees.
Officials at a zoo in China say one of their chimpanzees has become a big hit by feeding other animals.
Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords' returns to Capitol Hill for the historic debt deal vote.
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Bike & Build visits Habitat for Humanity's ReStore.
The Amarillo Literacy Council Got a boost up thanks to an annual fundraiser.
Faith City Mission got some special visitors from the Dallas area on Saturday.
Three Panhandle-area Medal of Honor recipients continue to be honored for their service.