According to owner Bryan Poff the efforts to keep it open were in hopes of turning it into a non-profit.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals last week sided with a district judge to not drop Trooper Chad Mullinex from the suit.
The stolen wire and damage to the plant is estimated to be in the area of over one million dollars, including production loss.
Governor Perry has extended the drought declaration for much of Texas.
34-year-old Casey Brittain is charged with three counts of felony theft. He's in the Potter County Jail.
Carson County, KAMR/KCIT, and Pantex team up to become NOAA ambassadors.
A committee right here in Amarillo is on a mission to make sure some local senior citizens are living a 21st century lifestyle, and it's all starting with a blueprint.
19-year-old Cody Pownell, 33-year-old Rigoberto Mendoza are both in the Potter County Jail and 40-year-old Matthew Gardner is in the Randall County Jail.
While many enjoyed their labor day, it was a day of labor for local officers during their increased patrol.
Police say suspect matches previous robbery suspect in last week's Wells Fargo robbery.
Dead suspect identified in Claude.
Good Tuesday evening everyone.
Amarillo gas prices are now 28.5 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and are 5.9 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
The three-year-old Texas voter ID law heads to federal court on Tuesday, where a judge will determine whether the measure requiring voters to present photo identification at polling places is unfair to minority voters.
As candidates in the general election focus on making themselves known to voters, the latest school finance ruling provides their clearest marching orders yet.
Rabb gets the nod over Conner Smith and David Lehocky
Labor Day is known unofficially as many things.. It can mean the end of summer, the unofficial start of the school year or the last day to wear white...
The stands were packed out at boys ranch for the 70th annual Cal Farely's Boys Ranch Rodeo.
Karate practitioners from across the country are gathering in Amarillo.
Wonderland Park is adding something new to one of their rides.
One Chair at a Time hosted a donut run and roll fundraising event at John Stiff Park.
An Amarillo man is dead after he rolled his four wheeler into an iron pipe fence.
A man is dead and another injured in a wreck in Carson county.
Ten pounds of marijuana land two men in the Carson county jail.
A man in is jail after he allegedly set fire to a northwest Amarillo home.
Large crowds are filing into the stadiums and the sound of marching bands is wafting through the air. This can only mean one thing...the return of high school football.
Senator Kel Seliger (R-Amarillo) issued the following statement in response to the school finance ruling made by State District Judge John Dietz.
Amarillo is included on list of states most congested roadways
Marvin W. Marty Jones has been elected chairman of the Board of Disciplinary Appeals, effective beginning September 1, 2014.
Andrew Freeman is the new Assistant City Manger of Plainview.
Dole Fresh Vegetables is initiating a limited voluntary recall
Today marks the 9th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
The NFL announces it is taking a stronger stance against domestic violence.
Rachel Wade from 7 Star Therapeutic Riding Center stopped by the studio to tell us about their fundraiser called Shoot for the Stars.
Current System Ruled Unconstitutional
With pressure mounting to deal with ISIS in Syria and Russia in Ukraine, President Obama says the United States isn't ready yet.
The kick-off event for the Drink, Drive, Go to Jail campaign is August 29th.
Randall takes down Plainview 21-0
Amarillo High take on Rival Palo Duro
The state's rapid growth considered the main reason
AISD's debt may be going down after today's ruling on school finance.
One Chair at a Time
The construction on Buffalo Stadium Road Bridge is causing some people to find alternative routes to Kimbrough Stadium.
Randall and Potter Inspections
Most Wanted, Sex Offenders, More