An Amarillo Club helps many learn some useful skills.
Borger turns 88,
Professionals talk weather
A mission to bless the panhandle.
Two men are arrested.
Some San Antonio High School students give a helping hand.
A warm up is in the cards this week...
Good Saturday morning folks.
The guru was at the San Jacinto Community Center.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he hopes the Ukraine crisis won't result in a "new cold war".
They originally recalled nearly 9-million pounds of suspect beef last month and thought it was contained to six states.
Officers divided a list of offenders to contact in order to verify current registration information. The required information includes addresses, business addresses, telephone numbers, employment, online identifiers and other information. They checked 527 registrants over four days. Of these, fifteen were out of compliance in Potter County and three were out of compliance in Randall County.
The event is aimed at educating entrepreneurs in starting a technology based business.
Texas added 33,000 jobs in the month of January.
According to CNS, contractors can now decide if they want to continue their jobs and work for CNS instead of the previous contractor B&W.
The school was given the all clear close to four. Police say one person is in custody on unrelated charges but they believe that person made the bomb threat.
No smoking e-cigarettes in WT buildings anymore.
Our own Chief Meteorologist John Harris is presenting today and tomorrow alongside the National Weather Service, The Red Cross, and EF5 Storm Shelters.
The computer, HomeRunTwo, is created by Amarillo based All Star Computer Service.
The nation's unemployment rate rose slightly to 6.7-percent, up from 6.6-percent in January.
The PTA asks community and staff members to come and share with the kids about what they do and offer activities.
During its five-year lifetime, the Tea Party has lost some of its original focus on national spending and national debt. But it's hard to win a Republican primary without its support.
Phone Books Accepted March 7 - May 9.
Board of Control Accepting Offers to Manage Hospital
DPS seized over 36 pounds of methamphetamine during a traffic stop.
The Texas Education Agency listed them as accredited warned on this year's rankings and said it was because of the school's finance rating.
Potter and Randall Inspections
We could potentially see abnormal weather in our area this spring season well into summer because of an El Nino weather pattern.
Cody Flowers is charged with 16-counts of Possession of Child Porn. Flowers was arrested on Monday for those charges.
Police say Anabell Romero and Pamela Meier picked up the meth in Phoenix, and were moving it to Wichita before they were pulled over.
Tesla and it's partners are investing close to five billion dollars into the factory.
Amarillo SWAT searches storage facility and finds a a small amount of methamphetamine and a shotgun.
During last years Spring Break enforcement period, DPS troopers made more than 1,000 DWI arrests, and approximately 226 were the direct result of the increased patrols funded by the grant.
Wesley Waller currently serves as the Curry County Undersheriff and has held the position since his appointment seven years ago.
Charles Goodnight left a big mark on the Panhandle.
Since 2005, Kohls donations have accumulated to $171,777 to Northwest Childrens Hospital. The Helmet Safety program has helped fit 26,700 helmets in Amarillo and the surrounding areas.
The law establishes an auction system for the sale of federally owned helium stored in the Federal Helium Reserve, and mandates that all property, equipment and interest held by the United States in the Reserve be disposed of by September 30, 2021.
Over 50 restaurants will be at the event with tasting booths and live entertainment.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Ashton Blake Bailey.
Amarillo Police investigate shots fired which they say followed a road rage incident.
A report released this week says oil and gas companies could help slash methane emissions. But Texas, the nation’s top energy producer, is unlikely to lead the way.
Preview Close Races, Blowouts and Runoffs
A local student organization is wanting to make sure their peers make the right decisions during spring break
They were one of 17 charter schools and 13 school districts across the state to be given that status.
The City Council has approved a new splash pad.
Investigators believe that the men were in the neighborhood, possibly parked in that block, for some time before the robbery happened.
As they opened the doors, United also gave $50,000 to the High Plains Food Bank.
The fire occurred in the 1300 block of Herman Street on September of 2012.
The project is currently under construction and is expected to finish the intake by August.
Report shows visitor spending supports 278 jobs in local economy.