An Amarillo man is dead after hitting a car with his motorcycle.
Police are still looking for the man that stole items from Walmart then fled.
Plenty of rainfall means a rise at Lake Meredith.
Pickleball was invented almost fifty years ago -- a combination of tennis, ping pong and bad-mitten.
Amarillo Police are asking people to think twice before answering their front door.
They may be years shy of a driver's license, but many local kids are getting ready to enter the business world.
It was a day focused on the game of kings at Don Harrington Discovery Center.
Running is said to be good for your heart, especially when you're running for a good cause.
It could take years to rebuild parts of Hutchinson County after the wildfire in May, but some are saying with help from the community, the area may be back to what it once was sooner than later.
Eric Valdez was arrested on July 11 after he confessed to the crime.
A DPS traffic stop Thursday on I-40, yielded 127 pounds of marijuana valued at over $563,000.
HUTCHINSON COUNTY: An online petition hopes to pump the brakes on pumping from Lake Meredith.
It starts at 9 a.m. in the Greyhound Arena parking lot in Portales.
That statue has been there for around 50-years.
Karl Kasiner entered his guilty plea yesterday.
A judge sentenced Miguel Medina-Campos yesterday for possession with intent to distribute cocaine and aiding and abetting.
They say they have a patient in our area that needs that specific type.
The investigation begins into the crash of a Malaysia Airlines jet after it was shot down over Ukraine.
People riding in the shuttle will get to sight see and learn about the park.
The Bill Clayton Detention Center has been closed since 2009, but on Thursday, KAMC was allowed in for an on-camera tour.
Officers searched the vehicle and found about 22 grams of a substance believed to be methamphetamine concealed in the vehicle’s console.
Amarillo’s local unemployment rate rose from 3.6 percent in May to 4 percent in June according to the latest numbers released Friday by the Texas Workforce Commission.
It says the average family with kids in kindergarten to 12th grade will spend just over 669 dollars on things such as supplies, clothing and electronics.
As attention centers on the thousands of unaccompanied minors crossing the Texas-Mexico border, activists in the Rio Grande Valley are working hard to ensure that their ongoing campaigns continue to gain traction after the current crisis subsides.
AMARILLO -- They call themselves one of Amarillo's best kept secrets, but a run at a record could put a local restaurant on the national radar.
Randall and Potter Inspections
17-year-old victim has non-life threatening injuries.
The Texas Medical Board recently reprimanded three area physicians for different offenses.
It'll feature three Hitchcock classics: Rear Window, Vertigo, and Psycho.
Social media website MyLife released rankings on the best cities for Newlyweds in the US, and Amarillo ranked second.
Nick Gonzalez and Joachim Adam Gonzalez died at the scene.
The aircraft had departed from Santa Fe and was flying to Tucumcari to pick up a patient when the accident occurred.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Christopher Stephen Beck.
The homeowner told police that in between trips to load his truck, he found 18-year-old Colton Steen Nabors in the garage going through his vehicle.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz plans to file a tougher alternative to a bipartisan measure to curb the surge of unaccompanied minors from Central America who are crossing into the United States, his office confirmed late Wednesday night.
AMARILLO -- Get your vocal chords ready, American Idol is officially in town.
The center is providing a birthday cake along with snacks and drinks!
City Church is hosting their family celebration block party.
They are planning to do it by narrowing traffic lanes across the city.
Officials say that this event helps the members learn about the beef industry.
President Obama ordered new federal spending Wednesday to aid citizens experiencing flooding and drought due to climate change.
A district court judge ruled against death row inmate Hank Skinner on Tuesday in the wake of new DNA testing, saying it was “reasonably probable” he would still have been convicted had the evidence been available at trial.
20-year-olds Genaro Hernan Hernandez, Gustavo Ferrusquilla, and Robert Eliseo Ramos were caught June 9 after a homeowner in the 7900 block of Pineridge Drive was awakened by an alarm indicating entry into his garage.
Police arrested Zachary Jon Gutierrez, 19, on a charge of Burglary of Vehicle and five local Municipal warrants. Police released the other suspect, a 15-year-old female, to a guardian. Additional charges are pending on both subjects.
Officials believe that between the fire and water damage the hotel is a completely destroyed.
All proceeds from the event will help fund research for a cure and to send local children with type 1 diabetes to specialized camps throughout the region.
There are three round trip flights Monday through Friday, two on Saturday, and one on Sunday.
DNA Testing is not favorable to Hank Skinner because the results would have been the same, guilty.
Republicans and Democrats work to compromise on a bill to ease the pressure on the southern border before they all go home for summer break.
Tuesday night, city leaders in Littlefield held a town hall meeting to address questions and concerns about the possibility of the Bill Clayton Detention Center being used as a place to house illegal immigrants.