The Canadian school district will conduct an active shooter drill August 18th at 2:00 p.m.
TxDOT will begin a reconstruction project August 18th.
The boil water notices have been lifted
A panhandle pro athlete comes to town, all for a good cause.
It was all fun and games for some people in Amarillo.
The Yellow Rose Cat Club is hosting it's third annual Yellow Rose Purebred and Household Pet Show.
The America's Horse in Art Show returns to the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum.
A longtime downtown Amarillo tradition is providing fun for locals.
It's Texas Daca Day, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Day.
Emmett Benavidez Expected to Plead Guilty to Misconduct
The board of preservation Texas is touring the state's most endangered places.
A grand jury indicted Gov. Rick Perry on Friday on charges of abuse of power and coercion as part of an ethics inquiry into his veto of funding for the state’s public integrity unit.
The newborn was in a dumpster for about six hours before he was found.
Local filmmakers are slamming together a film this weekend in hopes of making it to the Cannes Film Festival.
The church says their mission is to reach people who love the cowboy culture.
He has served in the Army since 2000.
True West Magazine announces that the Canyon museum is one of its top ten True West Western Museums for 2014.
Some residents in Westcliff Neighborhood have decided to give the neighborhood a little bit of a makeover.
The campaign, Aug. 15 through Sept. 1, coincides with the national increased enforcement period sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. During this time, Texas law enforcement officers step up their vigilance to arrest drunk drivers.
Police release identity of officer who shot unarmed teen Michael Brown, along with photos of robbery that took place shortly before.
It's downtown tomorrow from four to midnight on Polk Street.
The city water system had an electrical malfunction.
Texas should not bank on legal action to free itself from the Obama administration’s proposal to tackle climate change, two state regulators said Friday at a Public Utility Commission workshop.
There were 84 Hispanic veterinarians in Texas in 2010, making up less than 2 percent of the state’s 5,728 veterinarians, according to the 2014 book Changing Texas, whose lead author, Steve H. Murdock, is the former state demographer.
Congressman Thornberry says Too Many are Still Coming into U.S.
History buffs are headed to the battle of adobe walls.
Amarillo City Manager says the city's state of economy is great. Jordan Chavez explains why.
Cancer can rob a woman of her energy...strength and health...but it doesn't have to take away her self confidence.
Cannon Air Force Base gets top marks compared to the rest of the nation.
The juvenile was facing two counts of murder for the deaths Sue Day and Sherry Folts at a rural residence in Tucumcari.
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An asphalt distributor trucks did not get shut off when it got to the end of an asphalt street.
Water users helped develop these new rules.
An Airman is in stable condition after an accidental shooting.
Firefighters got the fire out in under 30 minutes.
A proposal by the Railroad Commission that would require companies to submit additional information when applying for a disposal well permit was welcomed as a good first step by candidates running to join the commission.
Three Positions Being Eliminated at Rick Husband Amarillo Int'l Airport
Construction in some schools is coming to an end. KAMR NBC 4's Jordan Chavez tells us what a few schools will look like, once the first bell rings.
The Texas State Pharmacy Board revoked Sunny Ray Johnson's license this week.
Bell along with another company have been selected to build high-speed rotorcraft technology for the Army.
The two victims had non-life threatening injuries.
According to court documents, police responded to shots fired at a mobile home near River Road High School.
The Clovis Police Department has a few back to school reminders for drivers.
One-dollar of every blizzard purchased at Dairy Queen will go to help Children's Miracle Network.
A Texas commission that reviews government agencies officially recommended Wednesday that lawmakers shutter an Austin-area institution for people with disabilities and identify five more statewide for later closure.
As the trial over ambulatory surgical center requirements for abortion facilities wrapped up Wednesday, the district judge presiding over the case questioned a key standard being used in the case.
Patsy's Place is under the umbrella of the Sharing Hope Ministry.
Kelly Lamberson was arrested and booked into Potter County Correction Center on charges with Criminal Mischief over $1500 less than $20,000 and for Public Intoxication.
Attorneys on both sides of the courtroom fight over an abortion regulation that could shut down most of the state's remaining clinics will present their closing arguments on Wednesday.
If you live near the north osage area... Expect water outages tomorrow.