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Congressman Mac Thornberry introduced a new bill to the House of Representatives on Monday, that he says would protect private property owners from water expansion by the Environmental Protection Agency.
The suspect hit a UPS vehicle and a parked car and then hit a house on the corner of Cornell and Shady.
There was a 2005 Vento Thunder motorcycle with temporary tags stuck on the bumper of the car, being pushed along in front of it.
Police responded at 9:49 PM to the 4600 block of S Western on a motor vehicle versus pedestrian.
A U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday that upheld the use of an execution drug used in Oklahoma will not change how death row inmates in Texas are put to death, according to a Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman.
Amarillo gas prices are now 100.3 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and are 0.4 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
County clerks who have religious objections to same-sex marriage can opt out of issuing such licenses — but they should be prepared to face fines or legal challenges, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a written opinion.
Gay Rights have been a big topic in American Society as of late. For the first time since the Supreme Court's historic ruling, Panhandle Pride, Inc. hosted its first official celebration this weekend.
Back here in Texas, a member of the Texas House of Representatives from the High Plains is taking home a big honor.
Jennings locks up spot in Coors Tournament of Champions
Before you begin your work week, here's some lane closures to make note of before your morning commute.
A water main break will cause Harrington Cancer Center to shut it's doors for tomorrow
A woman wrecks into a mobile home area.
Big second inning leads to win for Amarillo
For the third year in a row amarillo welcomes the largest 5-k paint race event series in the world...
If you're up early enough tomorrow, you may see something in downtown Amarillo that doesn't happen everyday.
Descendants of the famous Comanche War Chief, Quanah Parker, reunited to honor the Native American leader today in Canyon.
The Amarillo Habitat for Humanity handed over the keys to the 102nd home they've helped build today.
The Public Health Department teamed up with Walgreens and the Greater Than AIDS Organization for national HIV testing day.
A local dental practice is helping out veterans.
This July 4th may be even more special than usual for a lot of families. Besides the excitement and...
Hundreds Attend Equality Texas Event
County Clerks Not Ready to Issue Licenses
Parents and clients of the Amarillo YMCA are scrambling after finding out about the organization's eminent closure.
He's going from Saint Louis to Los Angeles.
Governor Abbott and several other conservative leaders issued statements reacting to the high court’s decision.
Two of the workers are in critical condition with third degree burns.
Both Potter and Randall Counties are not issuing those marriage licenses just yet.
To raise awareness of child sexual abuse, an Amarillo man is expressing himself through art.
Rash of Weather Events Deplete Local Resources
If you are up early enough Sunday morning, you might see something in downtown Amarillo that you don’t see every day – a helicopter on top of Chase Tower.
The driver was Lifeflighted to St John Tulsa by AirEvac and admitted in serious condition with a head injury.
The committee, which reports directly to the Texas Department of Health Services with recommendations that affect state EMS and Trauma registry rules, also will discuss curriculum development and stroke-specific continuing education objectives.
According to the Randall County District Attorney, the county will wait till the Texas Attorney General's Office and Texas Department of State Health Services have reviewed the ruling and issue instructions on the ruling.
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The plant is outside of Borger in Hutchinson County.
U.S. Supreme Court rules same sex couples have right to marry in all 50 states.
Housekeeper alerts management after entering a room filled with smoke on the Sixth floor.
More than $239 million worth of roadwork gets the go-ahead
County clerks across Texas responding to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage are generally divided into two groups: those who plan to immediately begin issuing marriage licenses to gay couples, and others who want to hear from State Attorney General Ken Paxton on how to proceed.
Handing gay rights advocates a monumental victory, the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday ruled that marriages between couples of the same sex cannot be prohibited by states, a decision that overrides Texas’ long-standing ban on gay marriage.
Finding a Confederate flag in Amarillo may be hard to do these days. There's been a run on the Confederate battle flag since last week's fatal church shootings.
Amarillo's south branch may be sold to a private company.
The New Mexico Department of Health says they tested about 80-people over the past two days.
To help control the HIV epidemic in the country, local officials are urging you to get tested for the virus.
The Turn Center is showing their support to someone who has given more than 40-years of support to helping children in need in our community.
The new ownership will ensure the preservation of the heritage and prestige of this historic building. The building is now open for leasing and tours.
Randall and Potter Inspections
David Nichols was transported and booked into the Randall County Jail on a charge of Burglary of a Motor Vehicle and the three outstanding warrants.