A lot of Amarillo drivers are forced to make changes to their daily routines... all thanks to construction.
New Mexico State Police officers responded to a fatal motor vehicle crash at the intersection of State Road 267 and South Roosevelt Road AB, near Portales Friday morning.
It was in part, to recognize his recent appointment to chair of the House Armed Services Committee.
Officials will be hitting the streets to round up hot check writers with outstanding warrants in Potter County.
During the search of the room 11 grams of crack cocaine, 5 grams of meth along with drug paraphernalia were located. Street value on the recovered narcotics is $1,100.
There are two ways you can enjoy a night on the town while helping Sergeant Gass.
Charity groups have received thousands of dollars from Suddenlink for making the high plains a better place.
His family says they are very proud of their hometown hero as are we.
Cody Schattschneider, 31, was found guilty Thursday by a Roosevelt County jury of Abuse of a Child resulting in Great Bodily Harm.
Jerome Flemons was sentenced to 40 years in the Institutional Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Founded in 1982, Blue Ribbon Schools is a U.S. Department of Education program that recognizes public and private elementary, middle and high schools where students perform at very high levels.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. The cost is $35 and includes all sessions, pizza for lunch, and a T-shirt.
Representatives from Phillips 66 were on the West Texas A&M University campus recently to present a generous gift to the University.
Jayla Lackey, a senior public service and administration major from Amarillo, and Jose Lopez, a senior management and economics major from Vernon, are working in the Office of U.S. Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, and alumna Brittany Castillo, a December graduate in corporate communication, is working in the Office of U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, 8th District.
Congressman Mac Thornberry says securing the borders is the federal government's job.
100% of the Student Class Has Applied to College
Tonight we find out about the first African-American settlers in St. Augustine Florida.
Officials in Amarillo called the latest snowfall event a "million dollar snow." But it's more than that!
Randall and Potter Inspections
They're transporting 100-pets to Dallas and Chicago this weekend but they need some help.
A DPS traffic stop Wednesday on I-40, yielded over five pounds of cocaine, four pounds of heroin, and 21 grams of meth.
The National Transportation Safety Board released a preliminary report Thursday afternoon concerning the deadly crash of a prison bus on January 14 along Interstate 20 near Penwell.
Amarillo South Rotary hopes to draw attention to the outstanding service these law enforcement officers have provided for the citizens of Potter & Randall Counties.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Laura Marie Venturi.
New Mexico Higher Education Department approved a $18 million bond proposal to renovate the library, apartments on west campus and to build a multi-purpose athletic center.
The proposal would provide matching funds to help Texas university and colleges recruit prestigious, nationally-recognized researchers to their faculty.
Grand Opening Scheduled for Summer 2015
A Pampa police officer critically injured in a shooting earlier this month is going home.
Walter Wolfram today officially announced his candidacy for Place Four.
A Borger man gets 200-years in prison for 10 counts of sexual contact with a child.
The Third Annual Moore County Refugee Workshop was Wednesday.
The Randall County Senior Spelling Bee took place at Westover Park Junior High.
Election day is May 9th.
Businesses will get an invoice about ad space they have supposedly taken out.
21-year-old Angel Griego also plead guilty to contributing to a minor and manufacturing or possessing child pornography.
"After Caprock Comes College"
The Texas Tuition Promise Fund, the states prepaid college tuition program, allows participants to purchase tuition units based on current prices and avoid future increases in the cost of undergraduate tuition and school-wide required fees at Texas public colleges and universities.
Milestone Homes of Guymon will receive a loan not to exceed $2.6 million for the construction of 24 single-family homes. This is the largest Housing Trust Fund loan ever made by OHFA for a housing development.
Santwone Smith was booked into the Potter County Correction Center on the following charges, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by Felon; Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 less than 1 gram; Evading Arrest/Detention in Motor Vehicle and Evading Arrest/Detention on foot.
Amarillo Cuts ties with Controversial Development Partners
West Texas A&M University gets it's first patented invention to be marketed commercially, and it's all thanks to one WT professor.
Council members also approve a splash pad for Glenwood park.
Amarillo City Council members approve several items in their agenda, today.
Monday afternoon, Amarillo Police responded to a stolen vehicle report in the 1100 block of Amarillo Blvd East.
There will another candidate looking to fill the late Jim Simms place on the Amarillo City Council this year.
29-year-old Ryan Kelley is in the Gray County jail.
23-year-old Joanna Elizabeth Salinas Olivas, a victim in an assault Saturday, died on Sunday.
The wreck occurred in the 1100 block of Bell.
After meeting with legal counsel, the LGC board voted unanimously to give proper notice to Wallace Bajjali that the four existing contracts are terminated.
The City of Amarillo will receive $772,766 from the grants.