It's always a special day for the Texas Panhandle War Memorial on Memorial Day.
This weekend's heavy rains have created the perfect environment for some unwanted guests.
The Texas Panhandle War Memorial will host a ceremony honoring all fallen heroes of all wars.
Plainview officials are reminding people to register their phone numbers for the code red emergency notification system.
Heavy rain causes parts of Palo Duro Canyon to be closed off to the public during Memorial weekend.
There were many areas around the High Plains whom were flooded from the heavy rains.
The Clovis Police Department is saying goodbye to Captain Patrick Whitney.
Despite the flooding at John Stiff Park the show went on for the Insane Inflatable 5-K.
There were numerous power outages in Amarillo due to the recent storms
Due to all this flooding across the area, the Amarillo Fire Department responded to numerous water rescues.
There is major flooding in the town of Bushland following nearly two weeks of rain.
Amarillo has usually trailed behind in the race for lowest unemployment rate in the state, until now.
If you've heard the saying "the dog days are over", you may want to think again.
It was a good day to play golf, and even a better one to do it for a good cause.
Police are asking people to be mindful of keeping their garage doors closed.
Law enforcement is cracking down on unbuckled drivers.
Access to 58th Avenue will be shut down beginning tomorrow.
State Representative Jimmie Don Aycock pulled House Bill 1759 last Thursday.
AMARILLO -- Today marked day two of National Adoption Weekend for the store.
AMARILLO -- Another decade is in the books for the Amarillo Zoo as it celebrated it's 60th birthday today.
AMARILLO -- It's that time again for the 18th annual Homer's Backyard Ball
AMARILLO -- Today kicked off the first day for the second annual Race the Trails.
AMARILLO -- An area motorcycle club is riding in honor of a life taken too soon.
The League of Women Voters hosted a special guest at their annual meeting today.
AMARILLO -- The Amarillo Fire Department was called out to the North Grand Villas Apartments just after two this morning.
People around Amarillo give us their reaction to this year's municipal elections.
It was all about some special women in our lives today...
Construction on a water main on Line Avenue
Before you make your morning commute to work tomorrow here are some lane closures to be on the look out for.
Seven area school districts voted today on bonds for needed improvements in their area.
Nearly 40-thousand childrens battle a form of heart disease from the time that they're born. But one-local group is trying to help local families affected.
You can help area sick kids and families by heading out to the grocery store.
People packed into the First Baptist Church of Amarillo tonight to hear the songs performed by hundreds of members of WT's orchestra and symphony.
The right lane on 34th between Washington and Monroe will be closed while repairs are being made to a sewer main.
Tuesday is the second annual Motorcycle Safety Day in Oklahoma.
A Friona man was sentenced to nearly two years in prison for federal drug charges.
One man is sentenced to more than twelve years behind bars for drug possession with intent to distribute.
It happened Friday evening just before seven on the 4700 block of South Western Street.
Over at the zoo, they were celebrating Critter De Mayo.
It's just about time for a holiday many people love to celebrate.
One organization on the High Plains is making it easier for some students to get a college education.
For those of you looking to re-vamp your style the Amarillo Civic Center was the place to be today.
A team of students from Bonham Middle School is representing the high plains in our Nation's capital.
A hometown hero is welcomed home by many right here in Amarillo.
It's that popular time of year when many brides and grooms make their way to the chapel... so to speak.
Two legendary musicians joined the WT Jazz Band tonight for a special concert at WT.
It's just about time to cast your ballot for all upcoming elections.
While many celebrated New Year's Eve several months ago, one community welcomed the new year with their own celebration today.
Some future Spielbergs and Tarantinos were competing for their chance to make it big right here on the high plains this weekend.
The United Supermarkets family and Mrs. Baird's Bread have announced the winners for last month's Teachers on the Rise program.