Today we're saluting Sergeant Carlos Rodriguez from Hereford.
Dr. Pulliam has led Tascosa since 2008.
Emergency personnel took the 16-year-old passenger to the Elk City Hospital with neck injuries. The passenger is currently at an Amarillo hospital.
Police need help identifying a driver that injured one person Thursday afternoon at the intersection of S Western St and Hollywood Road.
Texas immigration lawyers are scrambling to coordinate representation for the thousands of Central American migrants who have crossed into Texas illegally.
For-profit teacher certification companies are flourishing in Texas. But as the industry grows, so do questions about the state's ability to control the quality of training the programs provide.
Schools are requiring students to have certain immunizations before returning to school on Monday.
Amarillo Plastic Surgeon Still Faces up to Life in Prison if Convicted
An Airman is found dead at Cannon Air Force Base.
Jackie Kingston is called out for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Dixon is accused of paying Shepherd $9,000 in silver bars to kill Dr. Joseph Sonnier.
Randall and Potter Inspections
They were at the Salvation Army Church giving out school supplies, backpacks, shoes and many other supplies today.
Local golfers help tee off the United Way campaign today.
Tulia Police Officer Anthony Longoria and K-9 Mirko recently made more drug arrests after three recent traffic stops.
They hope to raise millions of dollars within the next few months.
The late registration day is for both online and on-campus classes.
During the vehicle search, police discovered 999 pouches of synthetic marijuana and $78,180 in cash.
Man pronounced dead after being struck by vehicle backing out of driveway in east Amarillo this morning.
The officer positively identified Leticia Michelle Delgado as the wanted individual and immediately removed her from the car and placed her under arrest.
United Parcel Service has discovered a computer breach at 51 stores, making Big Brown the latest retailer to lose customer data.
Emory will hold a news conference at 10 a.m., where Brantly will give a statement before leaving the hospital.
Immigrants who purchased health insurance through the federal marketplace could lose their coverage next month if they cannot verify their citizenship records.
Beavers to be Sold at Auction
The High Plains Food Bank released information earlier today about hunger in the Texas Panhandle.
Area churches are helping families and students get ready for a new school year.
Perry Sook, the guy in the middle, is the CEO of our station KAMR NBC 4.
They gave out informational bags about Tascosa and what the school has to offer.
Four orientation workshops are planned for August and September.
Most undergraduate degree programs will now only require 120-hours to graduate
Gov. Rick Perry has waived his right to appear at his arraignment hearing on Friday morning and entered a plea of not guilty to two felony counts: abuse of official capacity and coercion of a public official.
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service is hosting two producer programs: a corn tour and stocker cattle workshop.
They say the increase is needed to replace low funds,create more space for more administration employees, and money for the Curry County Jail.
Once again, the State Fair of Texas has released this year's listing of the Big Tex Choice Awards Finalists, and, as always, the recipes are designed to amaze.
Xcel Energy uses approved area contractors to provide energy efficiency services, and some of these contractors are marketing their services in the local area.
Affected products include Arrowhead Mills Peanut Butters and Maranatha Almond Butters and Peanut Butters.
Despite a last-ditch protest from a state lawmaker, Texas’ only radioactive waste dump is poised to get permission to dramatically expand its capacity, take in new types of waste and reduce its financial liability should its owner suddenly close up shop.
Tulia is calling on some outside help to assist in their search for a new City Manager.
Some current and future Buffs who live in Amarillo, may no longer have to make the commute... in a couple of years that is.
After being booked on two felony counts — a process that took less than 10 minutes — Gov. Rick Perry again stood by his veto of public integrity unit funding and called his indictment "a chilling restraint on the right of free speech."
Officials say it's a two-percent decrease in funding from the current year.
Cities across Texas lost local control with natural gas providers.
It'll be at 8th and Tyler in the Commerce Building.
The Salvation Army donated new shoes and socks to kids who need them and Valero donated school supplies.
More than a hundred jobs have come to Hereford.
Tim Esser and his daughters are making the six-week trip from California to New York. They're carrying an American flag. It has the names of all lives lost in the 9-11 attack embroidered on it.
Ten-percent of all sales will go back to student-athlete scholarships.
Speakers were on hand to talk about aging and resource centers, medicare preventative services, and how to eat healthy on a budget.
No excuses creates a way for low income young adults to get an education beyond high school.
Amarillo Police arrest a wanted man after police say he led them on a car chase with children inside.