The cold is about to come back for a day. Hello everyone and good Sunday evening to you.
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Eric Gutierrez is behind bars after a several hour standoff.
During the winter months, Amarillo firefighters see more house fires.
The officers completed 1,113 hours of police training since beginning the academy back in May of this year.
For the fourth straight month, unemployment has fallen. It now stands at a five year low 7-percent.
Across the United States and around the world, million are paying tribute to Nelson Mandela.
The lawsuit claims the elevator was not inspected and the "Merrick Pet Care" founder neglected to prevent the hazardous situation.
The City of Amarillo Christmas Tree is about to light up the night sky.
Family members filed the suit in February 2011 asking for $40-million in Alford's death.
They're collecting toys for 130 kids who've gone through their verification program.
It commemorates the attack on Pearl Harbor, in Hawaii.
Time is running out if you're thinking of running in the March primary.
They've decked the garden out in more than 100,000 twinkling lights.
The museum will be bustling with Christmas activity as role players in Pioneer town invite everyone to step in and step back to Christmas in the 1890s.
Officials say the fire started because of an overloaded extension cord.
The research is to validate the impact wind farms have on birds and bats.
This year the route was even longer, running from White Deer to Amarillo for a 67-mile trip.
Residents are looking for answers after nearly 20 small earthquakes — likely caused by a byproduct of oil and gas drilling — struck outside of Fort Worth last month. But they probably won't learn much from the agency that oversees drilling in Texas.
Santa and some special guests stopped by Northwest Texas to visit with patients and drop off gifts to the Children's Wing Friday morning. The Randall High School Choir performed Christmas Carols.
The Texas Supreme Court will hear arguments next month in a dispute that pits two interests that are dear to many Texans against each other: oil and gas resources versus private property rights.
Fast-food workers walked off the job in several Texas cities on Thursday as part of a national strike calling for higher wages. But proposals to raise the minimum wage face uncertain odds in Washington and even longer odds in Texas.
Hundreds of Flight Cancellations in Dallas Affecting Air Travel in Amarillo
The announcement came just before midnight in South Africa. Shortly after, President Obama offered his condolences.
Officials say 59-year-old Harry Mapps is wanted for questioning.
Preliminary autopsy results show Eddie Turlington died yesterday from blunt force trauma to the upper body.
36-year-old Rodger Daniells Junior of Borger was arrested.
WT ranks 13th out of 50 according to Affordable Colleges Online.
Canyon ISD gifted and talented students showcased their research into the ancient culture today at the Don Harrington Discovery Center.
They performed classical music with a modern twist.
Dr. Mitch Jones spoke about his experiences as being one of the consulting psychiatrists for the infamous 1959 killers of a wheat farmer and his family.
Randall and Potter County Inspections
Ten contestants wrote original Christmas carols and will perform them.
The choir of 183 students will sing on stage, with elves dancing and guest appearances by Santa Claus and Rudolph.
Tom Pauken said on Thursday that he wouldn't file for the GOP primary for governor, explaining that the difficulties of running against the best-funded statewide candidate in the state would be too great.
AMARILLO -- Drug abuse is rising in high schools across the high plains, but not the kind you might think.
They are asking everyone to sign holiday cards for our service members.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Dejuan "Devon" Lamont Willis.
There is a reason so many Texas Republicans are mentioning the Democratic president in their commercials: He's unpopular with Republicans, and moderates and some Democrats have their reservations, too.
Officials say the fire was difficult to fight due to personal items and materials blocking doorways.
West Texas A&M head men’s basketball coach Rick Cooper announces retirement effective immediately.
The rules are set up to restrict banks from lending to anyone whose debt payments would be more than 43-percent of their income.
Three candidates for Texas governor have taken different positions on red light cameras, a controversial traffic enforcement tool employed by dozens of Texas cities.
New data shows the average amount of debt students carry around after they graduate college could be around the size of a down payment of a house.
Researchers at cyber-security firm Trustwave say the data breach was the result of malware installed on computers worldwide.
In a state where efforts to improve elected officials' financial disclosure have been repeatedly left on the table, nearly four-fifths of the candidates currently vying for statewide office either did not respond to a Texas Tribune request to release their tax returns or declined to provide them.