Officials say the T-38 aircraft had an issue with the engine and oil.
A 12-year-old passenger in the car died at the scene.
64-year-old Manual Preciado is facing another six-counts of sexual assault plus sexual contact of a child, bribery of a witness, and contributing to a minor.
Suspect arrested for burglary warrant and cocaine possession.
Potter County Sheriff's Office and Amarillo Police work together to recover stolen truck and stolen property.
Arriving officers found the white Toyota SUV had rolled into the lake to a depth of about 3 feet.
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Angel Vasquez and Byron Wilson were serving time for different crimes.
Friday is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the February 10th Goodwell, Texhoma, Turpin, and Yarbrough School Election.
Every year, the month of January is dedicated to raising awareness of Crime Stoppers' successes and inspiring more Texans to get involved.
Snack Shak is a student led program designed to end weekend hunger for students in need.
Lt. Gov.-elect Dan Patrick said Thursday he had appointed a 55-member special council made up of business and industry leaders in the state to provide recommendations to lawmakers throughout the legislative session.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Terry Len Hayes.
The Buffaloes have five home dates, one neutral site contest and two road games prior to the 2015 Lone Star Conference Football Championship playoff.
The move will be made in March 2017 at the time the company’s current lease expires in the Chase Tower.
It's giving back one step at a time, and those steps were at a fashion show this morning.
“It’s with a heavy heart that we mourn the loss of those killed and injured this morning in a tragic accident. Their loved ones will be in our thoughts and prayers,” said Brad Livingston, Executive Director of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Next week, Texas will have a new governor for the first time in more than a decade, and the state will have its second Governor from Wichita Falls.
They perform close to 100-times this year, and tonight the Texas A&M Singing Cadets stopped in Amarillo.
An elderly Borger woman is dead after a car crash, this morning.
A local nursing home closes it's doors.
The drought continues across the high plains. Some spots have seen improvement, while others are watching the drought get worse.
The symposium is put together by the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service and New Mexico State University's cooperative extension service.
The court today decided to side with the American Quarter Horse Association in the appeal of the 2013 decision.
They're having a hiring seminar at their Dalhart unit Thursday night at 6:30.
Buzzfeed says that Turkey is a great place to stop because it's the hometown of musician Bob Wills.
The National Transportation Safety Board is sending a team to investigate today’s accident near Odessa, Texas, involving a prison bus and a moving train.
At least ten people are dead and five more injured after a prison van slid off an icy Texas highway and into a moving train.
Last week the U.S. Department of Agriculture listed every county in the Texas Panhandle as a primary natural disaster area for the 2014 crop year.
The infected herds are under quarantine and will remain so until the herds meet all requirements for quarantine release through testing and removal of infected animals.
Shanna Peeples is an English teacher at Palo Duro High School in the Amarillo Independent School District.
The Accounting Supervisor for Advo Companies, Inc will serve a two-year term in the At-Large position.
20-year-old Lyndell Quade Chennault was arrested for Intoxicated Manslaughter and booked into the Gray County Jail.
On Friday night, Amarillo Officers in the ProActive Criminal Enforcement (PACE) unit arrested 33-year-old Julie Autumn Burk for possession of meth.
Congressman Thornberry is very concerned because as chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, he says cyber attacks are a new domain of warfare this country needs to address.
Robertson said he has three meetings set up in Austin to advocate for his idea.
A new law in Texas is keeping auto inspections, but peeling off the stickers.
Officials will check to see if the animal is being properly contained and all rules are being followed in the provision.
So far the Mayor and three of the four council people have told us they plan on running for re-election.
The park service had planned to close it permanently but, David Christian got hundreds of petition signatures asking them to continue opening the gate they way they have for yea
Rusty Munsell allegedly used a forged check from a closed account to buy four horses.
The driver, 25-year-old Joshua Wayne Bryan, saw the police car and immediately left the lot and sped down an alley and street, hitting dips and disregarding stop signs.
During the investigation, law enforcement seized approximately 15 kilograms of cocaine, $200,000 in drug proceeds, and 10 firearms in Lubbock, Odessa, and Borger.
68-year-old Sharon Lynn Bodostain was arrested for possession and delivery of marijuana over 50 pounds but less than 2000 pounds, a first-degree felony, and booked into the Carson County Jail.
Richard Sena must serve at least 85% of his sentence before being considered for release on life-time parole.
Got your popcorn ready? The Texas Legislature opens its 84th 140-day regular session today at noon, with ceremonies, a little pomp and a skirmish or two. Here's a look at what's happening today, as well as a couple of other notable events to keep on your calendar.
Texas Lawmakers Expected to Pass New Gun Rights Laws
Texas has recovered well from the recession of 2008, 2009 and we return to strong growth well ahead of the rest of the country.
A malfunctioning heater is to blame for a fire this morning at a West Amarillo apartment complex.