We would like to wish a Happy Birthday to a few people in the community.
Planning to head out tonight? There's a new option that could help you cut down on the cost of a cab. You just have to be OK with the idea of sharing a taxi ride with a stranger.
Her daughter Melissa released a statement saying she "passed away peacefully at 1:17 p.m. surrounded by family and close friends."
A country star releases a new track, and a beloved childhood character comes to life.
Amarillo Symphony prepares for their 90th year.
The Amarillo Zoo will host a family fun event.
Today's Celebrity and Local Birthdays
If you didn't get those your eight hours of sleep last night, you're not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate fewer Americans are getting a full night's rest and whether that's because of your work hours or maybe you stayed up late getting your kids ready to go back to school, we have some ways on getting through the workday on no sleep.
Kids have no shortage of inspiration to suit up for a fall sport, but parents want to be mindful of the costs.
Chris Brown won't face jail time but Justin Bieber could, and Melissa Rivers sheds little light on her mother's condition.
The event is Saturday, September 6 from 10 a.m. to noon at Medi-Park 1900 Wallace Blvd Picnic area #3, off Wallace Blvd.
High Plains Food Bank will be hosting a harvest party.
This morning we're asking if it's possible to re-wire your brain so as to make healthier dining decisions. One new study suggests that following a healthy diet could be easier than we think and that it could get some of our eating habits back on track.
Downtown Amarillo will soon see thousands all fighting for a cure.
Today's celebrity and local birthdays.
WT joins the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation to offer a total of$500,000 available to local businesses or those starting a business.
The Friends of Fogelberg V Concert is slated for Thursday, September 4th Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts.
New works from Tom Mackechney
The queen of late night ends her reign, and music's Prince gets his back.
California's governor declared a state of emergency after Sunday's earthquake hit and was the strongest in the region in 25 years. Dozens of aftershocks followed the 6.0 magnitude earthquake. In fact, they could continue for weeks and that has many people asking -- could this earthquake be a lead up to "the big one?"
We're so close to the Labor Day holiday travel period and for many people, time on the road this weekend will be in search of holiday sales. But which deals should you target over the next few days -- and which buys may be best left for later?
As kids all across the country once again set their alarms for back-to-school wake-up calls -- one group of doctors says if those students don't snooze -- they could lose.
The biggest challenge because of the size difference is moving from a house into a dorm room.
The annual LIPS! event begins at 6:00 pm in the Civic Center Heritage Room, starting with cocktails, dinner and live show.
The 66th Annual Emmy Awards honored TV's best of the best Monday night.
"Blended" leads this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
Vanilla and Cinnamon are available for pet adoption from the Amarillo SPCA.
The fundraiser is called "Drop in the Barrel"
You can also find deals each day of the fair such as High Plains Food Bank Night, senior citizens day and KAMR viewer appreciation day.
A tribute to Robin Williams will be included in tonight's "66th Prime Emmy Awards".
An iconic actor dies, A party hosted by Chris Brown turns violent, and "Guardians of the Galaxy" tops this weekends box office.
The new Choremonster app is designed to help put kids to work around the house.
There is a four-week grief support series will be in September in Pampa.
Amarillo neighborhoods are experiencing tree problems.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is taking action against prescription drug abuse. Addiction and death from prescription painkillers has become an epidemic, so the DEA is hoping to make the pills much harder to get.
When someone dies, often their online identity dies as well. A new law in one state, however, is looking to change that.
The "Late Night" host says his upcoming gig as Emmy host is "nerve-wracking".
A familiar face returns to "Dancing With The Stars," Meg Ryan and John Mellencamp break up, and Aaron Paul will have a big scavenger hunt.
"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" hits theaters this weekend.
Ttwo American who contracted Ebola while working with patients in West Africa are now out of an Atlanta hospital. Doctor Kent Brantly and fellow American missionary Nancy Writebol both tested clear of the virus. But-- could their release put others at risk?
Over 40 art bras, designed by Amarillo artists and breast cancer survivors and co-survivors will be on display at that time.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service says before you head for the shopping cart, take inventory.
With the cost of college soaring, many parents are finding it harder and harder to pay for their child's college education and now a new survey says that parents want their kids to chip in.
Hitting theaters this week: Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, When The Game Stands Tall, If I Stay.
Robin Williams will be honored at the 2014 Emmy Awards, Emma Stone will make her Broadway debut, and Tom Cruise accepts a new challenge.