Cowboy Balladeer Larry Hannon will present his acclaimed story telling/singing performance, “Cowboy" on Saturday, July 5 at Copper Breaks State Park.
If your parents die before paying off their debts, you may worry creditors will come after you.
Harley-Davidson unveiled its first electric motorcycle Thursday.
Tonight at six you'll have your chance to enjoy the "Juneteenth Gospel Jubilee Musical".
Shares of the struggling smartphone maker surged more than 14% in mid-morning trading and are at their highest level since late March.
World Environment Day marks the one-year anniversary of the new FirstBank Southwest banking center at 45th and Teckla.
More homeowners are taking on the role of landlord.
Amazon launches Prime streaming music service.
Customers headed to Starbucks to get a caffeine boost will soon be able to get a boost to their cell phone battery.
The work is scheduled for completion on or before Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
This is your chance to see some freestyle roping, branding, and horse riding.
Restaurant Aims to Raise $10,000
The Great American Safety Drive is an initiative of the MedEvac Foundation International intended to spread the critical message of medical transport safety, featuring eleven half-day safety events taking place over two weeks across the USA.
Steve Suriano and Brandi Devine will work closely with City Manager Andrew Freeman and Assistant Manager/Chief of Police Jeffrey Yarbrough to improve the code enforcement efforts of the city.
Participants need to register by May 13.
Imagine you could let your city urinate in a cup and submit the sample to a laboratory for drug testing. Would it pass? Researchers in Europe did something similar with 42 major cities, and many of them failed.
Photos look like a developing wall cloud.
Teams will clash in a live, puzzle-solving scavenger hunt in downtown Amarillo.
The Legal Studies Program at Amarillo College will be holding mock trials tonight as part of their final exam.
A “Growing Tomatoes and Peppers” workshop will be hosted at 6:30 p.m. May 8 by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Potter County at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, 6500 W. Amarillo Blvd.
Amended law opens new markets for home-based food businesses.
A series of three “Preserving the Harvest” food preservation classes will be held during May by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service at the War Memorial Building, 500 Main St., Panhandle.
The event, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., will be in the Oldham County Barn, 305 Coke St. in Vega. The fee is $15 at the door, with lunch provided by the Texas Extension Education Association in Oldham County.
Skywatchers will get a rare treat Tuesday night, when Mars, Earth and the Sun will be arranged in a nearly-straight line.
This new technology, called "DeepFace," is more accurate because it can identify people from the side. Researchers say it recognizes the correct face 97-percent of the time.
Yahoo says cyber security is an on-going effort and it will continue to combat security attacks.
The "personal digital assistant" can search the internet, set up alarms and shift calendar appointments, among other things.
New streaming device delivers more content to your television.
BlackBerry owners who use T-Mobile will still be able to use their phones and get product support even after the deadline, but the contract between the two companies won't be renewed, BlackBerry said in a statement Wednesday.
A new lottery created by nonprofit Doorways to Dreams Fund aims to encourage people to save rather than spend. For every $50 of your tax refund you tuck away in savings, you receive a chance to win $100 during one of 100 weekly drawings, along with a chance to win a $25,000 grand prize.
Coming this week to theaters: Noah, Sabotage, and Cesar Chavez
Monopoly fans may claim to know how to play the game but do they really? How hasbro is changing the game for people who play by their own set of rules.
K2 Town Hall - Tuesday - Tascosa High Auditorium - 6 to 8 p.m. - www.impactfutures.org
Better Business Bureau 720 South Tyler, Suite B112 (806) 379-6222 www.TXPanhandle.BBB.org
A team from Boeing and the FAA checked the design, assembly and manufacture of the 787.
This is the first price increase for Amazon Prime since it launched nine years ago.
106-year-old Theresa Bacon is celebrating her birthday today at the Craig Methodist Center.
A new report from the U.S. Postal service office inspector general shows Americans love getting their mail daily. But they can't say what they'd miss if the service disappeared.
Five Texas Department of Agriculture private applicator continuing education units were offered - two general, one integrated pest management, one laws and regulations, and one drift minimization.
A Producers Preplant Decisions Workshop will be held February 26 at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Kuhlman Center, 200 N. Brown Road, Canyon.
If approved, the merger will combine the two biggest cable companies in the US.
The Texas Association of Realtors recognized outstanding members and local associations during its annual Winter Meeting.
Are you looking to steal your valentine's heart on Friday maybe with a fancy dinner or flowers? While you spend your time and money wooing your loved ones, beware of those looking to steal your identity, your money, or your data.
Sony has been dogged for years by poor sales in its electronics, PC and TV businesses thanks in large part to increasing global competition.
Attorneys for the teen claimed the he was a victim himself of "affluenza" -- meaning he was the product of privileged parents who never set limits for the boy.
RadioShack has about 4,300 stores around the US.
The White House released a statement from President Obama applauding the move.
The US Department of Agriculture hubs will provide scientific knowledge to help farmers, ranchers and landowners battle risks associated with climate change.
The cut in food stamps went into effect Nov. 1. Food stamps had been increased during the height of the recession, but that expansion expired without Congressional action.
The company has not yet said how many accounts were affected.