A one of a kind World War Two military aircraft is making a landing, right here on the high plains.
Artists have a chance to have their work displayed in our Nation's capital for an entire year.
March Madness is here and that of course means basketball. Basketball of all types as it turns out.
On I-27, lanes will be closed in both directions from 26th Street to McCormick for bridge repair. On I-40, in both directions from the I-27 Interchange from the Oldham County line for patching. On US 60 from loop 335 to the Carson County line for patching. On the I-40 Frontage Roads, expect the right lane to be closed in both directions from Coulter Street to loop 335 for a lane-reconstruction project.
Autism affects nearly 1 in 68 kids. But there is help on the high plains.
A recent study has found that state parks have a positive impact on local economies.
2015 could be a make-or-break year for beef producers.
Military care-giving is becoming an emerging issue in America.
Quay County will be looking for a new judge next year.
A local counselor says she is seeing the impact some apps are having on Amarillo teens.
Military cutbacks have taken away a time honored tradition...military honors for fallen veterans. But, a local group is stepping-in to fill that void.
Amarillo Pediatric Dentistry is offering to buy Halloween candy from kids to send it to soldiers overseas.
Fritch residents consider alcohol sales during this years election.
Children's Miracle Network is putting on a fundraiser for gamers to get involved in.
Xcel Energy is offering some tips to save energy and money this winter.
Some voters are getting some extra help before heading to the polls.
How doctors treat breast cancer could be changing...and the method was discovered here on the High Plains.
Things are looking up for the WT Nursing Program when it comes to being among the top ranked programs in the state.
Some road construction in Clovis could affect your commute this week.
A homeowner involved in an incident that led to the indictment of an Amarillo police officer is speaking out.
The Kids Cafe has a new home. Jordan Chavez takes us to the grand opening of their new kitchen.
Two people are stabbed after a couple of teens are allegedly caught trespassing at a home near Westgate Mall.
Local doctors explain the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
A person is dead after crashing their motorcycle into a dumpster.
The U.S. House of Representatives took up a bill, in their first two weeks back at work, that would reverse some of the Clean Water Act...which could change things for farmers and ranchers here on the High Plains.
A medical device is helping to save lives of those suffering heart attacks.
The Salvation Army has seen an increase in the number of homeless families on the High Plains.
The Chevron Phillips plant in Borger is undergoing some changes after part of its sold. Jordan Chavez explains how these changes are going to affect the plant and most importantly the people who work there.
The Amarillo VA is enhancing access to services for veterans and their families.
Large crowds are filing into the stadiums and the sound of marching bands is wafting through the air. This can only mean one thing...the return of high school football.
The construction on Buffalo Stadium Road Bridge is causing some people to find alternative routes to Kimbrough Stadium.
Canyon High School has a new agriculture building with enough room to allow the teachers and students to expand classes and school programs.
The Salvation Army is having to buy more school supplies to make sure a lot of students have what they need to start the school year.
Schools are requiring students to have certain immunizations before returning to school on Monday.
The High Plains Food Bank released information earlier today about hunger in the Texas Panhandle.
Amarillo City Manager says the city's state of economy is great. Jordan Chavez explains why.
The district is working on how to spend millions of dollars in the next school year.
It's the 78th year of celebrating cowboy traditions in Dalhart. Jordan Chavez fills us in one some of the events at this year's XIT Rodeo and Reunion.
Habitat for Humanity is building their 100th house. An organization helping them build this new home, is the same organization that helped them with the first home.
Canyon Independent School District is now requiring that all students register for school online.
The federal Food and Drug Administration is looking into a caffeine powder that is said to be fatal.
Top donors are being honored for raising thousands to help make a wish.
Juneteenth activities begin tonight, with the crowning of miss Juneteenth.
A Portales man will spend the next 10-years behind bars for escaping the Roosevelt County Jail.
A cause is found in the fire at the Amarillo National Bank Plaza II.
The family of the driver discontinued life support on May 30, 2014 and the driver died as a result if her injuries from the crash.
Tiffini Shephard has worked as a 9-1-1 dispatcher in Amarillo for over four years. She's never answered a call like this.
Imagine getting a shot six nights week for the next decade. That's a reality for four-year old Ariana Breeden.
A Panhandle horse is bringing High Plains history to a national museum.
The Amarillo Museum of Art will hold a 12x12 Exhibition and Silent Auction on Thursday.