Local law enforcement agencies could apply for grants to equip their officers with body cameras and could also come up with guidelines for the equipment under legislation that the Senate approved Thursday.
Ellen Robertson Green Attacks Elisha Demerson's Record as Potter County Judge
Ryan Culwell chased his dream from Perryton to the music city and along the way he crafted his second album: Flatlands.
Costa Bajjali, one of the former developers for downtown Amarillo is ordered to pay more than $1 million dollars.
A group of students is being recognized for their hard work.
Reese Riemer has made a fast climb to be one of the best Tie-Down ropers in the country.
Some area schools are voted best of the best.
The operations director says that money, plus another reimbursement from the construction of other schools and projects will go to pay for playgrounds, parking lots and make other improvements.
Employees told officials grease in a fryer caught on fire and they couldn't put it out.
"These measurements provide a wealth of important information which assists the district with its water conservation efforts. We greatly appreciate everyone's assistance," Coleman said.
Randall and Potter Inspections
Campaign Will Provide Vital Funds for Pediatric Programs
The Honorable Fred Van Soelen sentenced 44-year-old Arnoldo Navarette to life in prison plus 3 years for the 1993 shooting death of Portales resident, 30-year-old Reynaldo Ornelas, Sr.
On August 15, 2013, the Curry County Sheriff's Office discovered that Paul Salazar conspired with another individual to deliver controlled substances to an inmate at the Detention Center.
The event is being held in the auditorium of the Amarillo College Downtown Campus at 1314 S. Polk, starting with a reception at 5:30 p.m. The program will begin at 6:00 p.m.
She went from being a flyer on her high school cheer team to being in a wheelchair. A complication during surgery changed everything for a New Mexico high school student but her classmates did something for her she's never going to forget.
Oklahoma Police arrested 38-year-old Joey Climer after Amarillo Police issued a warrant on a 2nd degree felony theft charge.
Tyrone Black is wanted for homicide.
A sole finalist is named to be the next superintendent of the Amarillo Independent School District.
Hail, High Winds, Tornadoes and Rain
WT students are trying to raise awareness of human trafficking by chaining themselves up on campus.
Election Day polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on May 9.
26-year-old Matthew Gonzales pleaded guilty today to Armed Robbery and was sentenced to 11 years in the New Mexico Department of Corrections.
Local events provide needed support for sick and injured children.
“We saw in Dr. West a vision for education that fits the needs of our district’s unique and diverse students,” Board President John Ben Blanchard said.
Grandview began commercial operation last December.
Homeownerinsurance.com says, "Amarillo is the only city in our top 10 that has scores of zero in flood, lightning and hail categories."
"This decision to select the next Superintendent for our district may be the most important one we will make for years to come," Board President John Ben Blanchard said.
Motorcycle driver chases and shoots a man across South Amarillo. Police find meth in victim's vehicle.
The city approves working with Amarillo ISD to provide food for children through the 2015 school lunch program.
Texas Lawmakers Poised to Pass Law Creating Graduation Committees
Police report that the 10-year-old was riding east bound on 16th when the SUV hit him.
The CDC recommends consumers check their freezer for any Blue Bell products and either throw them out or return them to the store.
Clovis Police need help locating 28-year-old Joshua Q. Jackson
A DPS traffic stop Monday on I-40 led to the seizure of 113 pounds of marijuana valued at over $690,000 along with six pounds of hashish valued at over $60,000.
The Children's Miracle Network will launch their balloon campaign at Walmart, next month.
Gas industry activity “most likely” triggered a series of earthquakes that shook two North Texas towns from late 2013 through early 2014, new peer-reviewed research shows.
A local auto shop in Amarillo is trying to take the "street" out of street racing.
Last-ditch efforts to let big cities opt out went nowhere, and the Texas House on Monday moved all Texans a step closer to the public carrying of handguns by license holders.
Ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet and other frozen snacks all have to be pulled from store shelves.
World Famous Restaurant Expects to Benefit from World Record Steak Eating Competition
There soon may be a new aquatic center in Canyon.
The AISD board approves the administration submit a low attendance waiver.
Candidates for city council and Amarillo mayor were hosted at a candidates forum.
Texas State Senator Kel Seliger is recuperating after a motorcycle accident.
Wt Softball Takes on UTPB tomorrow at 1 and 3 P.M. in Canyon.
Lake Meredith and Alibates are having to put some maintenance projects on hold.
Amarillo is named the second cheapest place to start a business.
It would be for fifteen AH1-Z Viper Attack Helicopters, missiles and other equipment.
The senator sustained several injuries and underwent surgery Monday morning.