This year's heavy rainfall allowed people on the High Plains to celebrate this Fourth of July differently than in years past when the state of Texas was in a four year long drought.
Early runs prove costly for Amarillo
In recent weeks Amarillo has ranked high among other places when it comes to unemployment, places to live, even food. Now, we can add one more thing.
An Amarillo man is expressing his feelings and healing his wounds with art.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding issues within the city, tomorrow is your chance to be heard.
Beginning tomorrow, crews will be installing some sewer manholes at different locations along South Seminole Street.
Before you make your morning commute to work, here's some lane closures to be on the lookout for.
The Texas Department of Public Safety seizes more than 150-dollars worth of marijuana after a traffic stop yesterday evening.
A man's in the hospital and thousands of dollars are lost after a structure fire.
A man is taken to the hospital after he's hit while driving his motorcycle.
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A structure fire at the Sungate Apartments sends one person to the hospital and results in $50,000 worth of damage.
Hundreds of thousands of spectators gathered in our Nation's Capital today for the annual Fourth of July Parade.
One person is dead after running a stop sign and hitting a tree.
It seems more people this year didn't want to just watch fireworks, they wanted their own to light.
The holiday celebration continues at John Stiff Park.
Hundreds of people made their way to Canyon this morning, for the annual Fourth of July Parade.
Late run seals deal for Amarillo
Though we're not far into the Summer season, some people's are already fast-forwarding to one thing... football. But for the Amarillo community, the sport is no longer only limited to men playing.
Wingnuts steal game 1
A man is arrested for theft and drug possession on the 3000 block of North Vernon.
This City Council has been invited to a meeting to discuss alleged police brutality.
Hundreds of area children are able to continue getting meals as summer vacation continues all thanks to the High Plains Food Bank.
Board Members Want Conversation with Disgruntled Council Members
The Texas division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans said their groups will march in Independence Day parades across the state, carrying the Confederate battle flag.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has analyzed every day of the year and says it's found July 4th to be the deadliest day to travel, by far.
As you make your plans for the holiday weekend, officials are reminding you to be respectful to our hometown heroes.
Fields and grassy areas are covered in grasshoppers right now according to Texas Agrilife.
The new facility is helping to increase public safety in Randall County.
Brandi Thomas was placed on administrative last year after the parent of that student accused her of the act.
Potter and Randall Inspections
Eddie Andrews, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was ejected and pronounced deceased at the scene
District Attorney Andrea Reeb stated, "In my 19 years of being a prosecutor, this is one of the saddest and worst child abuse case I have seen in my career."
The City’s Animal Management & Welfare department encourages pet owners to keep pets from the noise in a quiet, sheltered and escape-proof area at home.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
APD investigates two separate fatal traffic collisions yesterday afternoon/evening.
Also Wants Review of Entire AEDC Board
Same-Sex Married Couples in Texas, Now Eligible for Benefits
Supporters of downtown redevelopment say upcoming projects may not happen unless the new City Council votes in favor of the multipurpose entertainment venue.
Same-sex marriage licenses are issued in area counties.
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.
Dash cam footage shows officers taking Robert Johnson to the ground. He was charged with marijuana possession.
This time it is a civil rights whistle blower suit by a former employee of the jail.
City ordinance prohibits the possession, manufacture, storage, sale, handling and use of any firework within the city limits. Fines for violations are up to $2,000 for each occurrence.
Services for Veterans will be on display as "floats" similar to Independence Day Parades.
Senator Cornyn will meet with Amarillo College leadership to discuss their summer youth programs and upcoming education legislation, as well as Brittany Porter-Taute, a former AC Kids' College graduate who recently received her doctorate degree.
Scammers are calling individuals in the service area claiming they are from the Canyon Police Department.
At 6:23 p.m., a DPS trooper conducted an inspection on a 2013 Chevrolet pickup towing a flatbed trailer, which was traveling eastbound on I-40, near Vega in Oldham County.
In July 2014, the Potter County Sheriff's Office issued warrants for Cruz’s arrest for two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child younger than 14. His criminal history includes burglary of a habitation, unauthorized use of a vehicle and unlawful carrying weapon.
The event, which is known as a conjunction, was clearly visible with the planets looking like double stars.