Public Hearings on the proposed ordinance are scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 26 at 3 p.m. and Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council Chamber on the 3rd floor of City Hall.
More than six KAMR employees took the challenge.
Late registration day is for both online and on-campus classes.
During a DPS traffic stop Saturday on I-40, a trooper seized over three pounds of cocaine valued at over $99,000.
Lawyers for Gov. Rick Perry, saying his indictment is unconstitutional on several grounds, filed briefs Monday asking the courts to strike the charges and stop further prosecution of the governor.
Experts recommend delaying middle and high school start times to better match natural sleep patterns of students.
Last year, 625 vehicle crashes occurred in school zones in Texas, resulting in two deaths and 112 serious injuries.
The motorcyclist was taken to a local area hospital with possible life threatening injuries.
Amarillo gas prices are now 23.0 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and 14.6 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
Texas' top energy officials say the state has a competitive edge because of its low electricity prices. But lower prices don't always mean lower bills for customers, and what Texans pay for electricity largely depends on where they live.
In West Texas, oil and gas development is surging, but it's also fueling a huge demand for electricity that the current infrastructure struggles to meet. The result? A congested grid and higher electricity bills for consumers.
State leaders in business-friendly Texas have been reluctant to put new limits on any industry, and a lack of regulation is being acutely felt by the low-income borrowers to whom the payday and auto-title lending industry most often caters.
More than a hundred bikers revved up their engines, all in the name of giving back.
Golf is a sport many people enjoy, but it's even better when it's for a good cause.
The Amarillo Area Breast Health Coalition is celebrating it's 20th anniversary of service here on the high plains.
Plants are said to be good for a number of reasons, but now a local organization is using to them to make money for veterans.
Some people are looking to buy and sell certain forms of money here in Amarillo.
Some people are pulling out the big guns, literally to raise money for a local organization.
An Amarillo Church is making sure students are ready when the first bell rings Monday morning.
Records include passing yards, attempts, and completions
University Adds & Subtracts Parking Places
A Clovis man is sentenced to life in prison, plus 31-years for a murder that happened last year.
The Salvation Army is having to buy more school supplies to make sure a lot of students have what they need to start the school year.
Elks and Eagles hope for a big season
Jackie Kingston takes the Ice Bucket Challenge, and donates, to the ALSA.
Caprock Canyon's State Park is opening it's gates to more land, and eventually, more bison.
The show features some of the worlds top riders who are over the age of 50.
Burkett was reported missing to the Randall County Sheriff’s Office on October 20, 2010.
Women's Equality Day is August 26.
Today we're saluting Sergeant Carlos Rodriguez from Hereford.
Dr. Pulliam has led Tascosa since 2008.
Emergency personnel took the 16-year-old passenger to the Elk City Hospital with neck injuries. The passenger is currently at an Amarillo hospital.
Police need help identifying a driver that injured one person Thursday afternoon at the intersection of S Western St and Hollywood Road.
After a week of defiance, press conferences and an unusual rally to mark his booking on felony charges, Gov. Rick Perry’s legal team makes its first courtroom appearance on Friday.
Texas immigration lawyers are scrambling to coordinate representation for the thousands of Central American migrants who have crossed into Texas illegally.
For-profit teacher certification companies are flourishing in Texas. But as the industry grows, so do questions about the state's ability to control the quality of training the programs provide.
Schools are requiring students to have certain immunizations before returning to school on Monday.
Amarillo Plastic Surgeon Still Faces up to Life in Prison if Convicted
An Airman is found dead at Cannon Air Force Base.
Jackie Kingston is called out for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Dixon is accused of paying Shepherd $9,000 in silver bars to kill Dr. Joseph Sonnier.
Randall and Potter Inspections
They were at the Salvation Army Church giving out school supplies, backpacks, shoes and many other supplies today.
Local golfers help tee off the United Way campaign today.
Tulia Police Officer Anthony Longoria and K-9 Mirko recently made more drug arrests after three recent traffic stops.
They hope to raise millions of dollars within the next few months.
The late registration day is for both online and on-campus classes.
During the vehicle search, police discovered 999 pouches of synthetic marijuana and $78,180 in cash.
Man pronounced dead after being struck by vehicle backing out of driveway in east Amarillo this morning.
The officer positively identified Leticia Michelle Delgado as the wanted individual and immediately removed her from the car and placed her under arrest.