A law enforcement training center based at Texas State University in San Marcos may receive $15 million in federal money to support programs that train officers how to handle situations like the recent Fort Hood shooting.
While the rate of uninsured adults in Texas has fallen slightly since the launch of the Affordable Care Act’s online health insurance marketplace, a new report finds most of that change was attributable to an increase in employer-sponsored health coverage here, rather than new sign-ups in the marketplace.
New numbers released show that foreclosures in Amarillo are down.
The Red Cross has been called out to help the people who lived there.
Artist, professional cowboy and teacher-- a man of many talents.
Earlier this week, the mayor and council issued a proclamation recognizing NPSTW during their regular City Council meeting.
Five runners, one from Canyon and four from Amarillo, are official qualifiers for Boston Marathon.
Tonight AACAL students will be getting some good life tips from local businesses.
The United States, European, Russian and Ukrainian officials will meet today for the first time in Geneva to try and resolve the crisis in the Ukraine.
DPS says a truck hauling hay from Colorado caught fire.
Lubbock and Texas Tech officials announced Paul McCartney will play a concert in Lubbock.
After a Round Rock school police officer used a Taser to stop a fight Monday, some Texas youth advocates are urging Gov. Rick Perry to ban Tasers and pepper spray in public schools.
As they traded barbs during a televised debate on Tuesday night, Republican lieutenant governor candidate Dan Patrick and San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro covered a range of issues beyond the set topic of immigration policy.
Bars allowed to stay open until 2 a.m.
Karley Williams gets to play softball for the first time.
The grant from the Texas Department of Agriculture would allow them to feed an estimated 6,200 kids this year.
The student is asking for a half a million dollars and lawyers fees in damages.
27-year-old Kristen Bustos and 33-year-old Eddie Vongphachanh are booked into Potter County.
He spent the day at Confluence National Security Group to learn the services they offer in the defense industry.
The man charged with shooting and killing three people at Kansas Jewish centers appears in court.
Massachusetts pauses today to mark the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Volunteers spent the morning at work, preparing to celebrate 100 years at the Harrington House.
On Monday around 11:05 p.m., Amarillo Police were called out to the Toot n Totum Store at 3101 Plains on a robbery.
18-year-old students got the chance to register to vote today at Caprock.
There are job opportunities in many areas including health care and customer service.
Both drivers were wearing their seat belt.
Hartley joins 22 other counties across Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico.
Massachusetts marks the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombing.
A closer look at the suspected gunman and the three victims
With last session's divisive abortion debate as a backdrop, Democrats are getting help from the newly created Planned Parenthood Texas Votes Action Fund. Republicans say they don't expect much of a challenge, but they've established their own group to tackle women's issues.
The Quanah hospital filed last year, but where are they now?
Randall County investigators say the suspect believed her husband was carrying on an affair with the victim who was his ex-wife.
The late season freeze that brought the snow isn't very good.
In court documents, Michael Goodwin claims that his lawyer coaxed him into the plea deal to keep his wife and office manager from going to jail.
Authorities say the man behind Sunday's killings at two Kansas Jewish centers is a well-known anti-semanticist.
DPS says the wreck may not be cleared for several hours.
The clinic's only nurse practitioner resigned back in March.
The stockholders filing the lawsuit say the $3 per share is too low of a price.
Just over four tenths of an inch officially fell according to the National Weather Service.
Allergy season has arrived, and experts predict the cold winter and crazy spring weather may mean this season is particularly bad for those with allergies.
Amarillo Police say there were some big wrecks with some injuries.
No word yet on the cause or the cost of the damage.
The comfort food will be available from 4 to 8 p.m. (dine-in only) in the deli section of participating stores, including all eight Amarillo locations, as well as stores in Borger, Canyon, Childress, Dalhart, Dumas, Pampa and Perryton. Servings are limited to one per person.
The store's security camera shows people standing in the parking lot, possibly watching the robbery.
A Kansas man, known for his anti-Semitic views, has been arrested and charged with the death of three people at two Jewish Centers near Kansas City.
If you have information on the below listed suspect involved with this robbery, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400 with your anonymous information.
Police and emergency personnel found the 16-year-old victim with several stab wounds in the parking lot.
Amarillo gas prices are now 7.5 cents per gallon higher than the same day one year ago and are 12.6 cents per gallon higher than a month ago.
Texas doctors who treat Medicare patients earned a combined $4.6 billion from the federal insurer of the elderly in 2012, with the state's ophthalmologists and oncologists raking in the most.
Many conservative activists in Texas worry that when it comes to state water policy, Republican leaders have not focused on principles like small government, private property rights and local control.
An Amarillo man is dead after a wreck on I-27.
Scouts learned biking safety tips, and then put them to use.
The orchestra puts on a show stopping performance.
The clinic temporarily shutdown but will open soon.
The 26th annual event brought the community together.
Top athletes from all over head to Amarillo.
The library book sale is happening.
You can help give the gift of life.
Many came together to help find a cure.
24 teams raced their cars.
Many met at Thompson Park for some spring cleaning.
Early morning fire at Belwood Apartments.
The hospital is looking to grow and is also taking offers for new management.
Every county of the panhandle was represented.
The groups say because of the federal law, the animal should be further protected before they say it becomes extinct.
They're called "Axon Flex On-Officer Cameras."
The investigation is continuing to determine if any other individuals were in involved in Robin Diane Spielbauers murder.
The meeting is hosted by Class 4 Winds.
Suffered Eye Trauma
Barry Don Baird then approached the victim and told her that he was going to take her car.
All students got the option to participate in either cheer-leading or football.
Buzula has coordinated with local partners to sponsor some great prizes to reward donors of all types.
The goal for the month of April is to register 500 new organ and tissue donors while maintaining a stable blood supply for area patients in need.
The person has recovered from the infection.
People from all over the world venture to Beaver for the three concerts, carnival, parade, talent show and many more activities.
Fuel prices are on the rise, just in time for spring break and summer vacation, but will they remain high?
Officers found the victim in the back driveway of a home with apparent gunshot wounds to the arm and abdomen.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Benigno Delacerda Ramirez.
While efforts are underway at both the state and federal level to decrease Texas' sky-high rate of residents without health coverage, Texas is seeing an increase in primary care practitioners who are no longer accepting any forms of insurance.
Charter bus filled with prospective college students crashes, killing ten.
As drought grips most of Texas, researchers are combing the state's 1.5 million drilling records to map brackish water in the state's 30 aquifers — hidden resources that could help quench the state’s long-term thirst.
Eighteen year-old Cassidy Cross gave an honest answer when asked about her diagnosis of recurring osteosarcoma.
Robin Diane Spielbauer, 32, was found dead Tuesday on dirt road
The truck went into a right side skid into the center median when it rolled multiple times across the westbound lanes of US Hwy 60.
This year, a painting that was done live during the "Go Red for Women" event will be auctioned off.
They're not saying if any of those stores are here in our area.
Witnesses told police that the vehicle was southbound when it crossed three lanes of traffic and continued southbound until it struck a traffic light pole located on the southeast corner of the intersection.
Randall and Potter Inspections
Midland tops the list followed by Odessa at number two.
They say 27-year old Tamara Betts the convenient store she works at in Guymon with Marc Talbert of Amarillo.
House approves budget slashing Medicare and other social programs.
Teen calls for forgiveness for classmate that stabbed him and 20 other students.
President Obama speaks at Civil Rights Summit.
A DPS traffic stop Wednesday on I-40 yielded 160 pounds of marijuana, valued at over $711,000.
In 2002, Tina Beebe was desperate for a miracle. She had twin girls, Amber and Makayla, three months early.
Family of Pennsylvania school stabbing suspect say they're "puzzled" by his actions and praying for victims.
Four presidents are among those honoring the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act this week in Austin, Texas.
The students of the United Way of Amarillo and Canyon Youth Leadership Cabinet are allocating more than $52,000 to 19 local agencies today.
A 49-year-old man identified himself to officers as being involved and disclosed that he was in possession of the .380 caliber handgun he used in the incident. He told officers that he fired in self-defense after the suspect attacked him, knocked him down, and was striking him in the face repeatedly with his fist.
The Randall County Sheriff’s Office have identified the body found Tuesday afternoon on Helium Road as 32-year-old Robin Diane Spielbauer
Suspect charged as an adult with 4 counts attempted homicide, 21 counts aggravated assault.
At a hearing next week, critics of the Driver Responsibility Program, which levies pricey surcharges on top of some traffic violations, will tell lawmakers that it's time for the troubled program to end. Efforts to fix it, they say, haven't helped enough. But hospital officials say funds from the program are crucial to providing trauma care.
Amarillo and Canyon sales tax revenue up.
Kenzie Green doesn't mind telling people about her hearing aid, "it makes weird sounds."
Red Light Violation Led to Collision
It's spring, and we've already seen a few showers and thunderstorms, so the immediate instinct is to expect more rain through the season. The outlook from the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center is not quite so promising.
There are a number of staff openings for both full and part-time Correctional Officers at the Dalhart Unit, as well as other units statewide.
Urquijo, a 2011 graduate of Springer High School in New Mexico, was a sophomore animal and dairy science major.
They celebrated that and a plant expansion with a milk and cookie toast.
The body was found yesterday afternoon in a ditch near West County Road 34.
President Obama visits Fort Hood for memorial service honoring shooting spree victims.
Teen armed with two knives goes on stabbing rampage in Pennsylvania high school.
Will Bigham directs four short films about marriage for Jerry and Connie Sublett.
Over the last couple of years, sales have surged for military-style semiautomatic rifles, known variously as assault rifles or modern sporting rifles, driven by fears of a potential federal ban on the weapons.
Institutional Grand Rounds will feature guest speaker Sharmila Dissanaike, M.D., who will address an increasing and deadly problem regarding soft tissue infections.
During Shackathon, every WT student is invited to participate in a unique picture of poverty by building and living in a cardboard shack for 24 hours on the lawn east of Old Main.
The program provides insight into groundwater use.
It was responsible for 68 panhandle deaths, 272 injuries, $1.5 million in damage.
The Blood Center is open till 5:30 p.m. today at 7500 Wallace Blvd.
Security researchers have uncovered a fatal flaw in a key safety feature for surfing the Web -- the one that keeps your email, banking, shopping, passwords and communications private.
Pennsylvania police say high school sophomore went on early morning stabbing rampage.
Officers learned that the juvenile was crossing Western when a red 2004 Saturn, going southbound on Western, hit the child.
Pennsylvania police say high school sophomore went on early morning stabbing rampage.
AMARILLO - Seven people were sent to the hospital after a multi-vehicle crash at Amarillo Boulevard and North Pierce Tuesday night.
Facing an interim charge to review a bill regulating property tax loans in Texas, lawmakers are taking a closer look at the controversial industry.
Got a question for the Internal Revenue Service? Keep calling, and be prepared to wait.
Toyota issues five new recalls impacting millions of vehicles worldwide.
Imagine getting a shot six nights week for the next decade. That's a reality for four-year old Ariana Breeden.
Fewer Southwest Airlines flights at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport.
Wind energy continues to work well for the Texas Panhandle. In fact, the turbines are setting new records for the state.
Tracy Byrd will be taking over April 30.
Registration is $15 for adults and $10 for kids.
Leslee Anne Wiseman is accused of beating and strangling Ricky Glenn Provence back in 2011.
A passerby found the body.
The League of Women Voters is holding Agriculture Issues and Policies program tonight at the Downtown Library, 413 SE 4th, at 6 p.m.
The fire was ruled accidental.
Officials say that overnight usage by a surgical patient seriously depleted the supply of type A-negative blood to a critical level.
The male suspect that had been carrying the bags told the security employee that he had a gun. The male then ran to the pickup and retrieved a silver colored handgun. He walked back toward the loss prevention employees, pointing the gun at them and threatening them.
A Tribune investigation into contributors to TexasOne, Gov. Rick Perry's chief tool to promote the "Texas Miracle," found that its top contributors have donated heavily to Perry's campaigns. They have also been the beneficiaries of state economic programs and influential appointments.
For the first time since it launched in 2011, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's annual almanac includes earnings data from the Texas Unemployment Insurance Wage Record File.
With expectations that state lawmakers will have a budget surplus of several billion dollars, lawmakers, activists and business groups are already discussing what to do with the money.
A local Highland Park Hornet Sammy Sanchez, takes a debilitating injury in stride.
More acres of Cotton will cover the high plains this year.
The green 2002 Ford Explorer is not listed as a stolen vehicle.
They will hold meeting over the next two weeks in Dumas, Spearman, and Perryton.
The park superintendent tells us they usually see more than 10,000 visitors in March.
It would seem it's easier these days to read books from mobile devices and computers rather go to the library.
Organizers say this one fundraiser accounts for 40-percent of the group's operating budget each year.
Police say the man ran a car off of the road while driving an 18-wheeler.