Local wrestlers are putting a little zip into the Wounded Warriors Project, and you can join in on the action as well.
An airman from Cannon Air Force Base is indicted on homicide charges.
2 lanes on I-40 W from Georgia to Western are now open.
An Amarillo Police Officer is indicted on charges of tampering evidence.
1600 Block of S. Ong
Possible E. coli Contamination
Jack Duncan Rhodes Foundation
Avoid the Area
Rabies Vaccinations Important
Tascosa and Palo Duro met up at Dick Bivins Stadium
The Kids Cafe has a new home. Jordan Chavez takes us to the grand opening of their new kitchen.
Amarillo refinery will have more copper to work with after latest acquisition.
Much of the area is in better shape
Commissioner Mercy Murguia
Randall and Potter Inspections
Will Stay Until New Attorney General is Confirmed
Kids Reported Kidnapping; No Missing Person Report Filed
Police Say Man Broke Into Home
Woman Punched, Stabbed
Not Sure How Many Customers Affected
Need O- and A+ ASAP
In Advance of Saturday's Race for the Cure
Announcement Coming Thursday Afternoon
Advocates for Texans with disabilities are seeking changes at state-supported institutions, a solution to the caregiver shortage and relief from the massive waiting lists for community-based care. They're hopeful that the turnover in statewide offices in November might help them get what they've long sought.
Texas regulators say they have a plan to provide low-income Texans with the tools to help them interact with "smart" meters and improve energy efficiency at their homes – tapping $18.5 million of ratepayer money long earmarked for such a program.
Two children who were playing near a local restaurant reported seeing a teenage girl being forced into a vehicle.
Community College one of sixteen in the U.S.
Matthew Dodgen and Christopher Cantrell are being charged with aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft.
Severe Storms in the Panhandles brought much needed rainfall...along with some storm damage.
Volunteers helped Center City clean up parts of downtown Amarillo in preparation for upcoming events like this weekend's Race For The Cure event.
Potter County Commissioner Mercy Murguia is hosting a town hall meeting tomorrow night from six to seven.
During the traffic stop, the trooper discovered 69 bundles of marijuana and 40 hashish candy bars.
Court records show that William Forbish was arrested for possession of about 18-kilos of cocaine.
28-year old Jon-Michael Murray is facing two counts of bank robbery.
Christine Endsley and Danielle Crider are facing two counts of possession of meth and a third count of possession of a gun during a drug offense.
Sheplers says some card users in Amarillo are affected, but they don't know how many.
The Tucumcari EDC will lease 92 acres of land to Mesalands Community College for it.
"The lessons learned from last years polar vortex is that there is no such thing as too much preparation," said David Park, Atmos Energy president of the West Texas Division.
The suspect(s) vandalized and stole various merchandise, including collectibles and antiques.
Following opposition from gun rights organizations, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission this week dropped proposed rules changes that would have allowed alcohol sales alongside gun sales.
It affected 1,600 in North Amarillo and Xcel has restored all of them about 50.
The marijuana has a street value of about $120,000.
As part of the Open House, all Rogers students will also participate in a patriotic sing-along in honor of a loved Rogers employee who passed away last year.
TEA has identified 11 campuses across the state to take part in a best practices case studies project.
The Texas Education Agency has just announced its financial accountability ratings for school districts across Texas.