Phillip Schindler is sentenced to more than three years in prison in Potter County, he was found guilty of drug possession and aggravated robbery.
A man arrested in connection with a drug ring reaching from Amarillo to Mexico is sentenced.
The New Mexico court of appeals has upheld the 2008 conviction of cult leader Wayne Bent.
In light of lawsuits alleging that the Texas Department of Criminal Justice failed to shield inmates from heat-related deaths, inmates’ advocates are denouncing an agency contract to build six “climate controlled” buildings for pigs.
Whether state Sen. Wendy Davis decides to run for governor or not, Republican candidates are lining up to replace her in her home district.
Unemployment numbers for the month of July are out and they show good things for Texas.
Amarillo College holds the first of two meetings to discuss a tax increase.
Dr. Gary Byrd, professor of psychology at West Texas A&M University, will serve as the keynote speaker when the University conducts its summer commencement
For 24 hours you can register for $20 for this year's Race for the Cure.
Horse in Art Show Opens at the American Quarter Horse Association on Saturday.
A person is recovering in the hospital tonight after accidentally being shot in a pawn shop.
Pilot reports engine problems prior to plane crash in Amarillo neighborhood.
The warrants were issued as a result of Jones’ involvement in the case where Mathew Guzman was shot and killed.
Teen Leadership Amarillo and Canyon aims to give high schoolers the skills to become future civic, corporate, and political leaders.
Traffic will be detoured around the construction site.
A body with a gunshot wound is dropped off on the 200 block of Bryan is the city's latest homicide.
A former Supreme Court Justice is remembered after he passed away earlier this month.
The $38-million sports complex includes baseball and softball fields, soccer fields and an aquatic center.
The new budget would raise taxes to 34 cents per $100 of property valuation. Meaning a person who owns a $100,000 home would pay about 3,400 dollars in taxes each year.
Man and his son assaulted at east Amarillo bar. Father killed, son hospitalized.
Childress ISD prepares for different kinds of natural disasters and emergencies.
An Amarillo man is indicted on five counts of sexual assault of a child.
Amarillo gas prices have fallen 10 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.29/g yesterday.
A man is recovering tonight. and is expected to be charged after a wreck on I-40.
It was the third day for commissioners to discuss the city budget, at City Hall. Nothing was set in stone, but a couple of themes did come out today.
Chadrin Mullinex, a DPS trooper accused of using excessive force, requests and is denied a motion to have those charges dropped.
High schoolers will only be required to take five tests, rather than the 15 they took last year.
A rare Mustang sells at auction for close to $400,000.
A man who witnesses say was drunk is removed from the Santa Fe building.
APD Directed Patrol officers arrest man after committing auto burglary at Goodwill Industries.
Texas Commission on Jail Standards allows Swisher county jail to remain open but will be on a short leash.
The Amarillo Sox used a big 5th inning to knock off Grand Prairie.
They're taking suggestions on a new logo, slogan and mission statement.
The Amarillo Sox fell 10-5 to the Grand Prairie Airhogs on Wednesday night.
Is it a conflict of interest for city of Amarillo to fund two multi-purpose venues?
The Amarillo Sox won their second straight game over Grand Prairie Tuesday night.
Police are investigating a possible shootout in an Amarillo neighborhood.
The Pantex Plant welcomes a group of neighbors for the rare opportunity to witness a high explosives demonstration.
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Local survivors from Amarillo spoke at a luncheon this afternoon.
"Amarillo and the Tri-State Fair & Rodeo are honored to be one of the four stops for the Wrangler Champions Challenge," said Virgil Bartlett, general manager, of the, Tri-State Fair & Rodeo.
The Historic Association will be footing the bill for the signs and their maintenance.
The Amarillo Police Department has received at least two calls from people reporting that someone posing as a representative of the Police Department has called their home to solicit funds.
A construction company from Amarillo will build a new bridge on seventh street at city park and repair the one on Rosenfield street.
Amarillo gas prices are 18.7 cents per gallon higher than the same day one year ago and are 12.3 cents per gallon higher than a month ago.
Recent rain means good things for the city's water supply. "What we've seen this week is heaven for water conservation," Emmett Autrey, Director of Utilities for the City of Amarillo said.
Some bad news on unemployment in our area.
United Flight 5555 was heading from Oklahoma City to Denver when flight officials tell us that a 37-year-old woman lost consciousness for some reason.
The City is actively treating standing water, but the efforts will not kill all of the mosquitoes. Everyone is encouraged to check their yards and property for standing water and eliminate it.
The Every Drop Counts water conservation team reminds everyone that in addition to saving water, this week will be a good opportunity to save money, too, simply by shutting off the sprinklers.