W-T student's are dancing all day and all night, for a good cause.
Officials say a workman welding on a fence at south Soncy and Hunsley Hills Road, just to the north and west of the Hunsley Addition in Canyon, accidentally started a grass fire.
Sixteen-hundred high school students from all over the state of Texas will meet at Amarillo High this weekend to help celebrate ancient Greek and Roman history.
There is now a free service clinic for cancer patients on the high plains...
Amarillo Fire Department says some Caprock Students were walking home when they saw smoke and reported it.
Tour guides in Salzburg certainly hope the 50th anniversary means more tourists travel to see the very hills where Julie Andrews sang her most famous line.
Today marks the three year anniversary of the emergency landing at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Enola Gay Apodaca/Stone.
Dine out and help the animals!
Manny Ramirez, Texas Tech University graduate and Denver Broncos guard and center, spoke with Lee elementary students this morning.
The 2015 Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge process began in August of 2014.
The customers will not have water through 4 p.m. today after a private contractor damaged a 20-inch water main at Pullman and I-40.
None of the injured suffered life-threatening injuries.
For several months, we've told you about some businesses taking hits in sales, due to construction on 34th. Now, they're being offered some help.
It was a night of celebration at Amarillo National Bank.
AIG is laying off 20 employees to simplify the existing management structure.
A Randall County Grand Jury indicted 37-year-old James Vincent for improper photography or visual recording while he was working at WT.
Restaurant Fails with 42 Demerits
Health officials still have not found the source.
St. Jude's helps kids and their families fight cancer.
The Texas Hunger Initiative led the discussion.
The banquet features guest speaker and former Navy SEAL, Chad Williams.
The nationally-recognized speakers for this conference are Dr. John Seita and Bill Eddy.
Potter county Commissioner Mercy Murguia is holding a town hall meeting from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. today at the Alamo Community Center at 1502 S. Cleveland.
The Founder's Award is the Company's highest distinction for leadership excellence, recognizing top performers from across the Company.
"It is the Authority's goal to discuss near-term and future options and viable strategies to complete this essential project for our region," advised ENMWUA Chairperson Gayla Brumfield.
The recently renovated Miami Community Center will receive proceeds from the sale of Caprock Country: Last Frontier of Texas, "a collection of stories" account of Roberts County and the eastern Texas Panhandle written by Miami historian Carl Williamson and his son, Jon.
The event features top scholars discussing their areas of research such as the challenges of America’s Middle Eastern alliances and the nexus of energy and water.
Pampa Police worked an additional 20 hours during spring break thanks to a TxDOT grant.
A DPS traffic stop Tuesday on I-40 lead to the seizure of over 878 grams of THC; with a street value at over $17,000.
Students and staff at Amarillo College will soon help balance the school's budget. The school's Board of Regents approved an increase to its tuition and fees. But as Jordan Chavez explains, the students won't be the only ones to help make ends meet.
FEMA to give $500,000 in Grant Money
Quarterly food basket prices decrease, according to Texas Farm Bureau's Grocery Price Watch survey.
The Lone Star Literary Life, a weekly online publication, has named CANYON as one of the Top Ten Bookish Destinations in Texas for 2015.
Potter County has enacted a burn ban beginning immediately.
In 2014, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) faculty researcher Afzal A. Siddiqui, Ph.D received the school's first research grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for his research, titled, Proof of concept trial of Sm-p80/GLA-SE schistosomiasis vaccine.
The district plans to form elementary, middle, and high school teams that will participate in robotics competitions.
Applications for absentee ballots must be in the hands of the County Election Board no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1 to be processed.
"Like most of the state of Texas, gas prices in Amarillo are typically lower than in the rest of the United States."
TxDOT's call-to-action, "Drive Safe in Work Zones So We All Get Home," coincides with National Work Zone Awareness Week, March 23-27.
Portales and Eastern New Mexico received some great news if you are looking for an affordable higher education.
Xcel Energy boosting capacity of transmission lines, adds XIT substation in Dalhart.
The food is sold exclusively at Target stores.
They're donating 100-percent of their day's sales to Children's Miracle Network.
Group officials say they're worried about the casino's impact in their community.
A Hometown Hero's legacy lives on during a special flag unveiling.
Potter County Commissioners vote on a first step to move the Potter County Sheriff's Office out of downtown.
That Justice of the Peace will be in precinct four and will be place two.
Hundreds of less fortunate were given one of the greatest gifts today, pizza.
Bell says this is happening because V-22 production is significantly down.