West Texas A&M University gets it's first patented invention to be marketed commercially, and it's all thanks to one WT professor.
Council members also approve a splash pad for Glenwood park.
Amarillo City Council members approve several items in their agenda, today.
Monday afternoon, Amarillo Police responded to a stolen vehicle report in the 1100 block of Amarillo Blvd East.
There will another candidate looking to fill the late Jim Simms place on the Amarillo City Council this year.
29-year-old Ryan Kelley is in the Gray County jail.
23-year-old Joanna Elizabeth Salinas Olivas, a victim in an assault Saturday, died on Sunday.
The wreck occurred in the 1100 block of Bell.
After meeting with legal counsel, the LGC board voted unanimously to give proper notice to Wallace Bajjali that the four existing contracts are terminated.
The City of Amarillo will receive $772,766 from the grants.
Texas can rebel against Obamacare and Medicaid expansion all it wants, but enrollment in the state's insurance program for the poor is growing, and the federal government will be paying for less of it. An additional $1.3 billion might be needed just to maintain the status quo.
Group Overseeing Amarillo's Revitalization Projects Leaves Another City Without Warning
A million dollar renovation project will soon be underway at the Santa Fe Building.
Two days before filing begins, local candidates are already announcing their runs for city office.
Special guest speakers and college experts will be on hand to answer questions about higher education,
It happened Saturday morning on US highway 54 in Texas County.
Police say they found 51-year-old Jose Ramos face down in the street.
In 2013, Alma helped save more than $5 million for patients.
The illegal drugs were allegedly being transported from Riverbank, Calif., to Oklahoma City.
Saturday morning, Amarillo Police responded to a prowler in 4100 block of Tulane.
Damage from the fire is estimated at $40,000.
2015 marks the 25th National Science Bowl, which the DOE Office of Science launched to interest today’s youth in pursuing careers in science and math.
Further investigation revealed that Stephen Havins was traveling from his home in Amarillo, Texas to Killeen; stopping at various locations along the way to submit the photocopied prescription at pharmacies.
Amarillo gas prices are now $1.26 per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and 23.3 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
SW 34th eastbound lanes closed from Brennan Blvd. to Soncy for repairs.
Before you head out for work in the morning, here are some lane closures to be on the look out for.
Texas is ranked in the top five states with the worst drivers.
A woman involved in an assault case yesterday is dead according to police. The case is now classified as a homicide.
The Harlem Ambassadors are in town.
More than 300 students were involved in Latin competitions for the Texas State Junior Classical League on January 24th.
Police are investigating an assault case that left an Amarillo woman with life threatening injuries.
A local hospital is one of the best when it comes to caring for Medicare patients.
Amarillo ranks among the top most dangerous cities in the state. That information comes to us from a list the FBI recently released. We spoke with local law enforcement to find out more about these statistics.
A Randall County jury found Paul John Martinez guilty of ten counts of possession of child pornography, one count of indecency with a child by sexual contact, and two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
During the operation, motorists will not be allowed to pass the operation.
Ky Nguyen was located at a family disturbance call in the 900 block of Foxglove on Thursday afternoon.
TxDOT is collecting feedback on a total of 201 projects across the state, including several in our area that will be the first to be partly funded with Proposition 1 funds voters approved last November.
Area TDCJ units / offices are delayed for non-essential staff until 10 a.m. today.
City of Amarillo offices will resume normal business hours at 8 a.m. today, with the exception of Amarillo City Transit. Due to anticipated icy road conditions in area neighborhoods, regular bus routes will not start until 8:30 a.m.
A look at area photos, video, and reports.
City Employees on Standby During the Storm
While schools across the area experience closings or delays, the Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport is experiencing some smooth sailing.
Sledders shred the gnar.
Even though Amarillo received one foot of snow...we were ready for it.
Postal Service customers are asked to clear their mailbox area.
The snow totals are in and a record is set.
Aviation Director Sara Freese suggests travelers check with their airlines before heading to the airport.
A winter storm brought snow overnight across the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles and eastern New Mexico.
6,000 customers were affected.
The City of Amarillo street crews would like to thank everyone for heeding the call to stay off the roads. This has greatly helped snow removal efforts.