The state of Texas can't hide behind sovereign immunity to escape a lawsuit for denying birth certificates to U.S. citizen children of undocumented immigrants, some legal experts contend.
The city council approved an agreement that'll bring more than 300 new jobs to the panhandle.
Along with things like feasibility studies and funding for the local government corporation, the city is already invested in downtown development to the tune of $20.7 million, and that's a conservative estimate.
Downtown redevelopment was a hot topic, yet again, at today's city council meeting
More than one-million dollars is being granted to the city for health services
The Texas Alliance for Life, pro-life group, rallied on the steps of the Texas Capitol Tuesday morning in response to the recent videos released showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of aborted fetal organs.
A Potter County resident tests positive for West Nile Virus after participating in a local blood drive.
Hometown heroes on the High Plains will be better served as a new emergency center is being built.
The Clovis Police Department and the New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department began an investigation that led to the charges.
The initial investigation indicates that the 18-year-old driver of a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee swerved to miss a deer on US 385.
Sheriff Tim Glass was presented with the Greg McFarlin/Max Banks Lawman of the Year Award.
Several Amarillo attractions are helping with Stuff the Bus for the Eveline Rivers Christmas Project.
Donation to to support single parent families.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
Amarillo Firefighters put out a fire on the 700 block of S. Florida.
Amarillo ISD is installing a storm sewer line from Bowie Middle School to T-Anchor Lake as part of their school expansion program.
All you "choc-a-holic's" out there, it's your lucky day!
Another meeting to discuss downtown redevelopment brings people to the Civic Center, including a convention center expert.
According to rules established by Fox News Channel, only the top 10 candidates in the five most recent national polls will score an invitation to the debate.
A former Tascosa High School pitcher was signed last month by the New York Mets.
That decision was approved this morning at the Potter County commissioner's meeting.
Officials say the abatements will be 100-percent for 10-years.
31-year-old John Perez was indicted last week on two counts of indecency with a child and one county of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
An eight year old girl from Amarillo will now be featured on a local menu.
Construction of a transmission pipeline from Northeast 24th Avenue to the Osage Water Treatment Plant continues down Spring Street and is expected to turn west onto 12th Avenue on Tuesday, July 28.
The Golden Spread Council of Boy Scouts of America has selected Phillip Shipley as the new scout executive, effective Aug. 1.
A man is behind bars and three others injured after related assaults on Saturday near City View Elementary School.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
Today there are only 23 survivors of the U.S.S. Indianapolis left. For seventy years, each year at the end of July, they have a reunion in Indianapolis, IN. Mr. Cleatus Lebow of Memphis, TX is one of the survivors
One person dies in two vehicle wreck.
The national average actually fell 3.0 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.73/g.
DPS reports that Rodney Ray Evans Jr., was traveling southbound on SH 136 when he drove off the road and hit a guardrail.
The City of Amarillo’s Wastewater Collection Department will be replacing a sewer main across Ross Street between SE 10th Avenue and SE 11th Avenue today.
Officials shut down part of I-40 east of McLean after an 18-wheeler catches fire.
Amarillo notches win at home before six game road trip
Young athletes showed off their skills at the annual Drive, Chip, and Putt Competition.
As the clock winds down until congress's summer recess, so does the money in the highway trust fund.
A group of people are hitting the golf course to join the fight against cancer.
Construction on some local sewers will begin tomorrow
We have a lot of lane closures for you to make note of before your morning commute.
It has been more 60 years since these hometown heroes enlisted in the military and left American soil, but they remember it like it was yesterday.
Amarillo looks for series split in finale
As the summer break gets closer to its end, The Salvation Army is helping families prepare to go back to school and you can help.
Some people on the High Plains saddled up for today's event.
Around a hundred volleyball teams were slinging mud over at the Randall County Sheriff's Office.
There was both a shooting and a stabbing near City View Elementary School Park.
One of Amarillo's oldest and largest fundraisers makes its return.
A local church is raising money, through laughter.
A former Tucumcari police officer and another plead guilty to arson.
Allegations of police brutality continue and more are on the way.