The "Songs of the Season" concert is tonight.
Most of the reports have centered around the inflatable decorations, which are being cut open and left behind, or just outright stolen from the yard.
Amarillo Police arrested 48-year-old Kevin Yale Cotney after issuing a search warrant and searching a home in the 4000 block of Pine Street.
Six Retailers Begin Selling Beer & Wine After Receiving their Licenses
Fewer people will be getting guns as gifts this Christmas.
Six volunteers helped artist John Edder repaint.
Officials say that this time of year can be tough but all kids should get a great Christmas.
This work is part of a continuing project to relocate water and sewer mains along Hollywood Road (Loop 335) from I-27 East to the railroad track, east of Georgia Street, for the TxDOT Loop 335 Expansion Project.
The earth and space science class at Caprock High School has collected 1 cubic foot of pennies as part of a class project to give them perspective on the very large numbers they deal with in class.
Meander, along with teammate Kendall Sanders, were arrested in July on sexual assault charges.
One man has non life-threatening injuries.
Amarillo Police continue to investigate the Sunday night armed robbery at the Dollar General at 3412 S. Georgia.
The employee told police that the suspect ran in, produced what was described as a “Taser type stun gun”, and demanded money.
Amarillo gas prices are now 65.1 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and are 41.0 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
Some area veterans are receiving therapy with the help of a fishing pole.
A person is dead and another severely injured after two semis crash in Quay County.
Some local boy scouts are spreading some holiday joy, one Christmas tree at a time.
Christmas is almost here, and the Salvation Army is asking for your help.
An Amarillo man is dead after a car accident on State Highway 136, just three miles east of Fritch.
If you're looking to satisfy your taste buds, look no further.
A Special guest is spreading Christmas cheer at all of the Amigos grocery stores in town.
The sound of tubas is taking over Westgate Mall.
The Amarillo Botanical Gardens hosted thousands for another night of Christmas lights.
Hundreds of gun lovers made their way to the Civic Center to feast their eyes on many different kinds of firearms.
People all across the country are paying respect to veterans, simultaneously.
Ridgecrest Elementary's playground is getting a big makeover, all thanks to an Amarillo Eagle Scout.
A man involved in a standoff in Randall County is now behind bars.
Tamiflu is one of the most commonly prescribed medications. But because the virus is so widespread this season, the demand for the medicine is much higher. Leaving some pharmacies without.
Corporal Gunner Frey is returning from overseas deployment.
Saddle Brook was given the OK to open in October of 2012 and began taking bets in December of 2012.
The organization will be selling tickets for a rifle during the Gun and Rifle show this weekend.
Tonight we're saluting Lance Corporal Vincent Sengthavorn of Amarillo.
Texas Parks and Wildlife put more than 550 fish in the lake and stocked other city park lakes around the area.
Court documents show the company refused to pay hundreds of employees their bonuses.
A judge on Friday declined to lift a stay that is preventing same-sex marriage in Texas.
Jennings is accused in the November 9 stabbing death of Ariel Ulibarri at the Goodwin Lake Trails.
The academy graduates are going to start the field training portion of their assignment soon.
In November, Texas State Senator Kel Seliger (R) filed Senate Bill 149.
As new, more rigorous math standards hit Texas elementary and middle schools this year, school officials are reporting that they lack the resources to help teachers learn the new material.
10% - 12% of Greenways Intermediate Affected this Week
Less than three-hours before a midnight deadline, a massive federal spending bill wins the House of Representatives approval.
43-year-old Rafael Pineda has been on the run for the past 5 years.
According to court documents the alleged incident happened in July, 2009.
19-year-old Brandon James Slaughter was indicted by a Randall County Grand Jury Wednesday for improper photography or visual recording.
Police were called out just before 1:30 p.m. to a home in the 2800 block of FM 1151.
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Dr. Michael Dixon and his legal team have requested a reasonable bond in a Lubbock District court.
Officers found broken window and open door on the east side of the school.
The 41-year-old victim was transferred from Pampa Regional Medical Center to North West Texas Hospital in Amarillo for treatment of multiple gunshot wounds. The victim remains at the North West Texas Hospital in critical condition.
Two suspects confronted the homeowner inside the home and one of them pointed a gun at the homeowner.