A former Tascosa High School pitcher was signed last month by the New York Mets.
Young athletes showed off their skills at the annual Drive, Chip, and Putt Competition.
As the clock winds down until congress's summer recess, so does the money in the highway trust fund.
A group of people are hitting the golf course to join the fight against cancer.
Construction on some local sewers will begin tomorrow
We have a lot of lane closures for you to make note of before your morning commute.
As the summer break gets closer to its end, The Salvation Army is helping families prepare to go back to school and you can help.
Some people on the High Plains saddled up for today's event.
Around a hundred volleyball teams were slinging mud over at the Randall County Sheriff's Office.
There was both a shooting and a stabbing near City View Elementary School Park.
One of Amarillo's oldest and largest fundraisers makes its return.
A local church is raising money, through laughter.
WT Police are searching for a suspect after two young campers report an older man acting inappropriately in the Virgil Henson Activities Center.
Many head to John Stiff Park today, and they didn't go empty handed.
The oldest running celebration in the panhandle celebrated another year today.
The Amarillo Habitat for Humanity handed over the keys to the 103rd home they've helped built today.
Local farmers and producers were out at market street today for the Best of Texas Expo.
Same sex marriage continues to be a hot topic nationally, and this includes right here on the High Plains.
A group is coming together this weekend to stand up for their rights.
This year's heavy rainfall allowed people on the High Plains to celebrate this Fourth of July differently than in years past when the state of Texas was in a four year long drought.
In recent weeks Amarillo has ranked high among other places when it comes to unemployment, places to live, even food. Now, we can add one more thing.
An Amarillo man is expressing his feelings and healing his wounds with art.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding issues within the city, tomorrow is your chance to be heard.
Beginning tomorrow, crews will be installing some sewer manholes at different locations along South Seminole Street.
Before you make your morning commute to work, here's some lane closures to be on the lookout for.
The Texas Department of Public Safety seizes more than 150-dollars worth of marijuana after a traffic stop yesterday evening.
A man's in the hospital and thousands of dollars are lost after a structure fire.
A man is taken to the hospital after he's hit while driving his motorcycle.
Hundreds of thousands of spectators gathered in our Nation's Capital today for the annual Fourth of July Parade.
One person is dead after running a stop sign and hitting a tree.
It seems more people this year didn't want to just watch fireworks, they wanted their own to light.
The holiday celebration continues at John Stiff Park.
Hundreds of people made their way to Canyon this morning, for the annual Fourth of July Parade.
Advance Amarillo is a new group who is supporting the downtown redevelopment.
Gay Rights have been a big topic in American Society as of late. For the first time since the Supreme Court's historic ruling, Panhandle Pride, Inc. hosted its first official celebration this weekend.
Back here in Texas, a member of the Texas House of Representatives from the High Plains is taking home a big honor.
Before you begin your work week, here's some lane closures to make note of before your morning commute.
A water main break will cause Harrington Cancer Center to shut it's doors for tomorrow
A woman wrecks into a mobile home area.
For the third year in a row amarillo welcomes the largest 5-k paint race event series in the world...
If you're up early enough tomorrow, you may see something in downtown Amarillo that doesn't happen everyday.
Descendants of the famous Comanche War Chief, Quanah Parker, reunited to honor the Native American leader today in Canyon.
The Amarillo Habitat for Humanity handed over the keys to the 102nd home they've helped build today.
The Public Health Department teamed up with Walgreens and the Greater Than AIDS Organization for national HIV testing day.
A local dental practice is helping out veterans.
You may recall our station's "people helping people" program, but more specifically today, it was bikers helping bikers.
Not only did many people celebrate some great men in their lives today, they also were raising awareness of a serious disease.
Here's some lane closures to make note of before your morning commute.
A local sister church of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal in Charleston, South Carolina held their first church service since the shooting today.
Volunteers and staff at Wildcat Bluff Nature Center are taking advantage of these sunny days, and making them more interesting.