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The Cowboy Chef Kent Rollins will be on the show "Food Fighters".
A new superlady in town and Jenny Mccarthy tells us her next gig. Mary Mueller has these stories and more in today's Hollywood Minute.
We all pick our friends for different reasons - their sense of humor, shared interests, or common experiences. But an intriguing new study says genes might play a role in determining our social circles.
An Egypt-backed cease-fire between Israel and Hamas fell apart Tuesday as rocket attacks from Gaza were again answered by Israeli airstrikes. As the cease-fire talks fall apart - both sides are now digging in for what could be an extended campaign. Sunlen Serfaty joins us live with the latest on Washington's efforts to broker peace in the Mideast.
Illinois AG files the first suit against student loan scammers.
A look at this week’s digital and DVD releases including “Rio 2” and season two of the BBC hit series “Orphan Black”.
The scammer tries to get the victim to lower their interest rate. The victim is then assessed a fee anywhere from $500 to $1,500, and keeps the same interest rate.
Bandit, a cute pup that's sure to steal your heart, is available for pet adoption from the Amarillo SPCA!
Meet Chip, an adorable chihuahua, available for pet adoption at the Amarillo SPCA!
For a lot of people, there's a pattern when you have a bad day or are stressed about something, you look for the potato chips, the cookies or a hamburger and fries. And when eating emotionally, our bodies typically crave high fat or sugar but it turns out giving in to those cravings may be hurting women's health even more than we thought.
As immigrants continue to flood border state detention centers, the first group of undocumented immigrants were sent back to their native country on Monday and in Washington lawmakers are scrambling to solve the humanitarian crisis at the border.
Rock icons are headed to Vegas, and a 'weird' musician releases a celeb-studded parody.
Summer can be a hot time for identity theft. Tips to avoid risky situations, in today's Consumer Watch.
A nationwide program is offering a free wedding gown to military-wives to be as a thank you for their sacrifices they make while their fiancée is deployed.
"Breaking Bad" fans get a first look at the spin-off, and a legendary musician cancels his performance due to rising tensions in the Middle East.
BBQ, Auction, Live Entertainment in Hereford
Sitting at a desk all day long can be very uncomfortable and experts say it can also be bad for your health. So, what can people do to combat this problem?
We all know there physical benefits of exercise and while there's no doubt hitting the gym makes us feel better -- new research suggests it may also make us think better too.
Actress Eva Mendes and beau Ryan Gosling are expecting a bundle of joy, and Rosie O'Donnell returns to the view. Mary Mueller has all these stories and more in today's Hollywood Minute.
Survey finds many families spend more than planned when they take vacation road trips.
When going on the road this summer you can use tech devices to add to the enjoyment of your vacation.
A look at this week’s theatrical movie releases, including “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” and the film that took 12 years to shoot: “Boyhood”.
Privately built upscale apartment buildings are taking the place of traditional cinder block college dorms. Options for student housing are ever increasing.
The next chapter in the "Planet of the Apes" series.
Catmandu offers free computer services in exchange for three bags of food to benefit the High Plains Food Bank!
Chick-fil-A offers a free combo meal to customers who dress up like a cow!
Happy birthday to Kelly Steele!
Tensions continue to rise in Mideast, with militant rocket attacks and an Israeli offensive. Dozens of Palestinians have been killed and hundreds wounded since Monday and Israeli officials have indicated their offensive could expand. So will this crisis escalate into full scale war?
You might have noticed your grocery bill seems to have grown a bit more expensive recently. Well experts say the culprit may be one meal -- breakfast.
HBO's swords & dragons fantasy drama receives 19 nominations.
Motherly instinct takes over for dog raising litter of orphaned kittens.
Actor Andy Serkis describes his return as chief chimp Caesar in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes".
Costs can add up during a summer road trip. Tips to stay within a budget, in today's Consumer Watch.
George Clooney fights back and Justin Bieber gets charged. Mary Mueller has more in today's Hollywood Minute.
The Wild West Bonanza benefits the families of two local firefighters affected by cancer.
Happy birthday to Annie Shannon and Will Clayton!
Many of us use coffee to kick-start our day but could a cup of joe actually be more than just an eye opener -- could it help us lose weight too?
New NBC comedy "Welcome to Sweden" was inspired by the real-life adventures of star Greg Poehler.
Wing Wars benefits the Amarillo Montessori Academy and includes a cook-off wing competition!
Happy birthday to Juli Weser!
Garth Brooks cancels Irish concerts and Harry Potter has an update. Martha Shade has more in today's Hollywood Minute
Could your family pics be in the hands of the US Government? A new analysis of documents released by former NSA worker Edward Snowden shows how your private information can end up in the hands of the spy agency.
Are you a junk food junkie? Maybe you can blame your parents. A new study finds that poor eating habits may be passed on through the generations
This week’s digital and DVD releases including “Sabotage” and “Bad Words” starring Jason Bateman.
The rise in the popularity of craft beer has caused an increase in the demand for hops, one suppliers are having a hard time accommodating.
One of the largest foot races in the Panhandle kicks off registration.
We get creative with Oreos as we wish Alexandra the best of luck in her new endeavor!
In entertainment news: Pink Floyd is back, Star Wars shuts down, and Brandon Routh's back in tights!