An eight year old girl from Amarillo will now be featured on a local menu.
Heavy rains last night added to already flooded areas across Amarillo.
Summer vacations are in full swing and many people are heading to Amarillo to visit.
Potential heart problems are being caught faster and less invasive thanks to a new echo-cardiogram in Amarillo.
After recent incidents at the campus, university police at WTAMU say they are increasing their patrols.
Some locals could change their lives as they head to casting The Biggest Loser calls in Dallas.
Voting in Potter County will now be more convenient after voting centers are approved.
A local church is on a mission to serve others by spreading positivity.
As you make your plans for the holiday weekend, officials are reminding you to be respectful to our hometown heroes.
Water regulations were a hot topic in Amarillo as Congressman Mac Thornberry talked to several agencies about what he says will be a negative impact.
An Amarillo couple is working to help children by hosting their annual triathlon.
To raise awareness of child sexual abuse, an Amarillo man is expressing himself through art.
To help control the HIV epidemic in the country, local officials are urging you to get tested for the virus.
Fireworks are officially on sale and with the amount of rain we've gotten this year it is expected to be one of the biggest in years.
A local teen is representing our area at the nation’s capital to raise awareness for Type 1 diabetes.
To aid in water rescues, the Potter County Sheriff's Office is getting a new amphibious vehicle.
Medical research is happening in Amarillo that could lead to a cure for cancers and strokes.
All Amarillo city council members are officially elected which could mean some changes to plans for the city.
Medical professionals at the Randall County Jail and Youth Center of The High Plains will be county employees after the commission votes Tuesday.
With more mosquitoes making their way to the Panhandle, comes the risk of more mosquito-borne viruses.
Marijuana arrests are increasing in Canyon according to their chief of police and Colorado may be to blame.
Communities in Amarillo are able to be up to date on what is happening in their neighborhood all thanks to an app.
Troop 5443 was making supply boxes to send to troops overseas, when many of their supplies were stolen.
A house bill aiming to ban synthetic substances, including synthetic urine has made it to Governor Greg Abbott's desk.
Officials closed several roadways, including Highway 207 Wednesday night because of flooded roadways.
With above average rainfall and massive flooding throughout the state, many are wondering what the City of Amarillo is prepared for when it comes to getting rid of all this water.
To help raise awareness of rare diseases, a man is running across the United States, for the third time.
Police are investigating an attempted robbery that led to a shooting in Amarillo.
Rain and clouds have been a welcome sight for many, especially farmers here.
Local school districts are preparing graduation committees after the passing of Senate Bill 149.
The wife of a local law enforcement officer is trying to raise awareness of what local law enforcement does and trying to increase support.
Small businesses have a large impact on our community and economy.
After experiencing a carbon monoxide risk, an Amarillo man is trying to raise awareness.
More than 500 children are in foster care on the High Plains, to help them find a home, Buckner Children and Family Services is sending out daily prayers to raise awareness.
The growing use of synthetics in Texas has lawmakers looking to increase enforcement.
A Pampa man is arrested for a shooting Monday night.
The National Teacher of the Year, from Palo Duro receives an award from the president.
Pampa police are investigating a shooting from Monday night.
An officer with the Potter County Sheriff's Office who passed away on the line of duty last year was honored.
WT students are trying to raise awareness of human trafficking by chaining themselves up on campus.
Blue Bell has announced a voluntary recall of their items until they are sure the risk of listeria is gone.
Amarillo is named the second cheapest place to start a business.
Amarillo Police are investigating a robbery at CEFCO in Amarillo.
A suspect is in custody after an early morning burglary in Amarillo.
Texas AgriLife researchers are looking into ways to decrease water usage with hybrid crops.
Local groups are raising awareness about Type One Diabetes.
Flu cases have increased in Amarillo in recent weeks, and health care providers are saying it is not too late for the flu shot.
Area organizations asking for donations on Giving Tuesday.
Faith City Mission is seeing more families during the holidays and need donations to help meet the demand.
More people are creating a tradition of eating out at restaurants for Thanksgiving.