Graduate Awards recognize students who have shown tenacity, determination, and community involvement.
This commission will study present programs in place to protect children and will also create guidelines to prevent abuse.
Amarillo Botanical Gardens will be open tonight.
Pope Francis shared that interesting tidbit to Catholics at a church outside Rome earlier this week.
The dictionary publisher says there were a lot of discussions this year surrounding science, including education policy and climate change.
Some airlines have announced that they will waive flight change fees to help the crush of Thanksgiving fliers.
Amarillo Habitat for Humanity is doing a home blessings today.
Investigators say the animals were living in deplorable conditions.
The company has been slammed by many consumers and youth advocacy groups since comments CEO Mike Jeffries made in a 2006 interview surfaced.
The Laura W. Bush Institute of Women's Health hosted an event called Community Matters today. It aimed at easing the mental, physical, and emotional toll that comes with the holidays.
Maxor National Pharmacy Services Corp. announced that it has completed an asset purchase agreement for certain assets of Trident Plan Administrators.
History has been made on Wall Street.
Butterball produces around 1.3-billion pounds of turkey meat a year, and 20 percent of the United States' turkeys.
Arcade Comeaux was pronounced deceased at 3:57 p.m. A cause of death is unknown but it appears to be from natural causes. Foul play is not suspected.
Facebook reportedly offered to buy Snapchat for three billion dollars in an all-cash deal.
Service members that go thru airport security will be able to leave their shoes, belt and jacket on and laptops in bags.
According to the Department of Transportation, the total number of passengers for the first nine months of this year was up three-percent for most airlines.
The company says its rolling out a more visually rich design for its video streaming users.
‘Such broken promises have shattered the President’s credibility. How can Texans trust anything he says about Obamacare, when so many of his past assurances have proven false?’
Blockbuster, one-time king of the video rental business, is closing its remaining 300 company-owned US stores and shutting down its DVD mail operation in January.
The Canadian smartphone company also said that Thorsten Heins is stepping down as Chief Executive Officer.
The company says sales typically reserved for Black Friday and Cyber Monday are already being featured in an online sales event.
Apple's e-mail invite says the company has "a lot" to cover, and it's expected to announce more than just an upgrade to its iPads.
Drivers should look for an alternate route during that time; construction workers and slow moving heavy equipment will be in the area.
The award was for the groups' work concluding that predicting the price of stocks and bonds in the short term is virtually impossible.
JPMorgan Chase is at the center of many lawsuits, and the bank's sky-high legal costs led to a loss of $400-million during the third quarter.
The other smartphone maker named after a fruit wants you to know it's here for you too.
Jetblue Airways will now allow members of its TrueBlue Loyalty Program to register as a family to share loyalty points within a designated group.
The fast good chain is giving away the so-called "Satisfries" Saturday and Sunday.
It's called the Balance Financial Prepaid Mastercard.
The small fire was contained to the roof of the school, yesterday.
Its selection committee says Indianapolis, Minneapolis and New Orleans are in the running for Super Bowl 52.
Hackers broke into the software giant's computer system, gaining access to personal information from 2.9-million customers.
The spotlight has largely turned to 2014, but in one part of Travis County, this year's November ballot will include a crowded and competitive special election for a state House seat currently held by Rep. Mark Strama, D-Austin.
Tommy the Hacker loves the Broncos. Andy is just as passionate about Dallas.
The Central Valley Meat Company and the US Department of Agriculture say there are no reports of anyone getting sick from the beef.
The double-amputee South African athlete, nicknamed "Blade Runner", is accused of murdering his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp, on Valentine's day.
President Barack Obama's trip to the Philippines and Malaysia is a bust because of the government shutdown.
New York's top legal watchdog is suing the nation's largest home lender.
Every week, hundreds of new patients, including children with cancer, are admitted to new clinical trials through the National Institutes of Health.
Google rose to the number two spot.
The overall slowdown is mostly the result of more and more complex new products being offered at fast food chains.
James Holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to 166 charges, after he was accused of killing 12 people and injuring 58 others during a midnight screening of the Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises."
Last year, Italy's Supreme Court said the jury that acquitted Knox didn't consider all of the evidence, ordering the retrial that starts Monday.
Parishioners and other members of the community brought their animals to the Parish Hall and they were blessed by Monsignor Waldo.
Faculty and graduate students from across the country will present research in all fields of medieval studies when West Texas A&M University hosts the annual meeting of the Texas Medieval Association this weekend.
Aaron Hernandez's fiancée Shayanna Jenkins and his cousin Tanya Singleton have both been indicted by a grand jury in the ongoing investigation into the murder of Odin Lloyd on June 17 in Massachusetts.
Students were temporarily evacuated.
The CEO of American International Group is apologizing for controversial comments linking criticism of his company to victims of racism during the civil rights era.
According to the Stars and Stripes newspaper, the Secretary of the Army has approved new regulations that will ban tattoos below the elbows and knees, along with those above the neckline.