Last month, Dr. Jack Coldwell Smith III agreed to quit taking prescription drugs unless they were prescribed by another doctor or for a real medical need.
Vivian Cockrell says, "It just seemed natural. Whenever I made crackers to go with my soup, I never thought it would be what I was doing."
King is touring a segment of House District 88 to talk about the 84th legislative session.
Company Will Award Cash and Volunteer Hours to Winning Idea
The assessment provides recommendations in more than 11 areas, ranging from facility improvements to public/private partnerships.
Former Eastern New Mexico University student Steven Michael Quezada is returning tonight at 7 p.m. for a comedy act in the ENMU Theater.
Adrian and Vega ISD received donations of $25,000 from Cielo Wind and EDF Renewable Energy.
Xcel is requesting proposals for up to 200 megawatts of solar power resources that could begin delivery on or before December 31, 2016, and that would be contracted through a power purchase agreement.
Coffee Memorial is reporting that the blood supply is "slowly recovering" but still in immediate need for types A-positive and O-negative.
Amarillo average gas prices falling faster than national average.
November 15th, 2012 forever changed the lives of several military families.
Beginning September 15th the entrance road into Fritch Fortress will be closed.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is teaming up with Toot 'n Totum to present the 2014 Rural Community Medical School.
It was a day of fun for young showers and their four legged friends.
Buffs drop to 0-2 on the season
A person is dead after crashing their motorcycle into a dumpster.
Safer roads aren't the only reason some people were running September 13th.
Hundreds of people headed to Polk Street.
September 13th is the Neonatal Intensive Care Unite Reunion Fall Harvest.
Many runners took to the streets, to remind drivers to share the road.
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.
Amarillo College Enrollment Down for the Fourth Straight Year
Today is the second of four days for the Panhandle Kennel Club High Plains Dog Show.
Two of the suspects have confessed to the incident, and law officers are attempting to question the other two.
Veronica Anna Gutierrez is no longer wanted.
Another Chicken Express is opening in Amarillo.
Zachary Cain is this week's Hometown Hero.
Earman Eugene Gilbreath is booked into Potter County for burglary of a motor vehicle.
The US Department of Labor announces a more than $950,000 grant to go toward those affected by the Cargil Meat Solutions Beef Processing Plant in Plainview closing.
A wreck on the Fritch Highway leaves one woman dead.
A man is booked into Potter County after police find meth in his vehicle.
The Tri-State Fair & Rodeo has been nominated for the Medium-Size Rodeo of the Year Award by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.
Steve Meyers from Class 4 Winds stopped by to talk about the upcoming golf tournament.
As drought continues to grip Central Texas, those looking to provide water to the region’s fast-growing cities and suburbs see a solution in the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer, which they say has enough water to support growth for centuries in the area. But others fear the resource will be drained at their expense.
Midland Man Accused of Shooting at Teenager Trying to Retrieve a Lost Frisbee
Palo Duro host El Paso Eastlake and Caprock travels to Lubbock Estacado
A medical device is helping to save lives of those suffering heart attacks.
Corvette owners paid their annual respects this 9/11.
He says the President is acting a little late and that we must take this group seriously because they are the most trained, organized, and funded group we have faced.
Randall and Potter Inspections
If you bring five canned food items for the High Plains Food Bank you'll get a discount.
This morning, the honor guards of the Amarillo Fire Department and Police Department got together to pay tribute to the heroes who died on 9/11.
They offered free admission for veterans and military members both active and retired.
More than 3,000 pennies were on display. Those commemorate the lives lost during the 9/11 attacks.
The public is invited to attend and ask questions.
Scott's handler is Deputy Keith Merrick. Merrick purchased Scott on his own and raised money off-duty.
Memorial services honor the fallen on the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
The Salvation Army has seen an increase in the number of homeless families on the High Plains.
Congressman Mac Thornberry wants more leadership from President
Amarillo High takes on El Paso Montwood and Tascosa travels to Odessa High