The informational meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25 at the Northwest Branch Library located at 6100 W. 9th Ave.
Visitors who launch boats at Lake Meredith NRA will no longer need to obtain a boat launch permit.
Amarillo Police investigating multiple accidents on Canyon Drive near Washington.
Witnesses reported seeing a man trying to force a screaming female employee into a vehicle on the parking lot.
We have learned local military have informed their service members to be careful when posting information to social media, Cannon Air Force Base specifically.
Dance Marathon is a nationwide movement, where college and high school students raise money for our local Children's Miracle Network.
Canyon might be getting closer to a new aquatics center.
Amarillo Independent School District approved to file a lawsuit for storm damage.
The report shows an overall decrease in indexed crimes.
The group say that they were surprised by the announcement of the casino and think they should have been consulted before the decision was made.
Amarillo Police continuing investigation into Friday morning arrest of individuals cashing forged checks.
Teenage sisters die in late Sunday night crash.
The event raised $8,100 for 24-Hours in the Canyon.
Canyon is one of the most beautiful and charming towns in Texas.
The burn ban has been issued for Hutchinson County starting immediately.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz declared his candidacy for the White House on Monday in a speech heavy on faith and hard on President Obama, making him the first major party candidate to formally jump into the race.
The national average has not moved in the last week and remains at $2.42/g.
The parents of a student at Arden Road Elementary are seeking $90,000 in damages from Canyon ISD.
Police arrested 20-year-old Jalen Blaine Watson and booked him into Potter County Correction Center on charges of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Evading Arrest/Detention in a Motor Vehicle and 3 outstanding local municipal warrants. The incident remains under investigation.
Sen. Ted Cruz becomes first official major-party 2016 presidential candidate.
Will face Cameron next
One Ministry is celebrating 18 years of their mission to defend life in the womb as well as marriage and family
Pampa Gray County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help.
One suspect is in custody after shooting another person.
We are less than a month from the 72 oz. Showdown.
The Amarillo Venom
Not too long ago, a local grocery store was helping brides-to-be plan their big days.
For the first time ever, Comic Con comes to Borger.
Charges against an Amarillo police officer accused of tampering with evidence have been dropped.
Amarillo Director of Public Works, Michael Rice, takes leave until his retirement in May.
The test results confirm that the patient does not have Ebola.
During a traffic Friday morning, DPS seized over 14 pounds of marijuana with a value at over $87,000.
51-students took part this morning.
A federal grand jury indicts four people in three separate cases for allegedly distributing meth.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says a strict plan to do away with ISIS is needed.
Randall County Sheriff's Office catch Don Eric Wolters and deputies also arrest Tessa Powers at the same location.
Driver going the wrong way hits 18-wheeler head-on.
One person is dead, and another is in the hospital, after a pickup runs into an overpass.
The employees went to the back of the store to get away from the suspect and call 911. The suspect followed them to the back of the store and again demanded money, this time producing a hand gun.
A tiger salamander from the Amarillo Zoo stopped the the studio.
Amarillo Venom's owner Stephanie Tucker tells us what's in store this season.
The History Channel TV Show "American Pickers" is coming to Amarillo in April.
A man is indicted for allegedly trying to persuade underage teens to sexual activity.
Amarillo City officials heard from local business owners about construction on 34th Avenue.
The Seventh Court of Appeals has overturned a conviction against a former Swisher county Justice of the Peace.
Three men were indicted in federal court today for their alleged role in an armored car robbery back in December.
During a morning traffic stop, a Potter County deputy rescued ten undocumented immigrants.
Randall and Potter Inspections
Police search the vehicle and found about 650 grams of food products containing marijuana wrapped in individual packages, along with a user amount of marijuana.
CDC releases report today on more than two dozen active cases of TB found to be infected, but are neither sick nor contagious.