Case is Under Investigation
Bonham Middle Students qualify for the National Science Bowl
Amarillo College is hosting an event for sexual assault awareness month.
Pampa police are investigating a shooting from Monday night.
Howdy folks and good Tuesday morning
Former Potter County Judge Elisha Demerson Defends his Record
An officer with the Potter County Sheriff's Office who passed away on the line of duty last year was honored.
Shanna Peeples from Palo Duro wins National Teacher of the Year.
Hundreds of Amarillo Seniors spent the day out of the rain and in the Amarillo Civic Center
Two officers have been fired from the Borger Police Department, and the Texas Rangers are investigating.
A branch application has been approved to open a branch in Ft. Worth, TX
An Amarillo man is arrested after leaving an autistic child in a car.
As our rain totals increase...so does the price of gas.
The Student Athletic Advisory Committee is hosting an evening of fun and exercise.
Amarillo Police found drugs and guns during a traffic stop.
A flash flood in South Texas swept a herd of cows away.
20-year-old Lyndell Chennault is indicted for intoxicated manslaughter with a vehicle.
Texas DPS has added Jefferey Phillip Paige to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders list.
City officials are holding a meeting about a project in town.
Monday, April 27 is Governor's Day in Potter County
Police are investigating a robbery that happened Saturday night.
An Amarillo Teacher is named National Teacher of the Year
It's that popular time of year when many brides and grooms make their way to the chapel... so to speak.
Two legendary musicians joined the WT Jazz Band tonight for a special concert at WT.
City officials are making an effort to raise awareness of county government and engage the next generation of leaders.
It's just about time to cast your ballot for all upcoming elections.
A Dalhart woman is dead after a wreck involving a semi-truck.
Allie Cranfill locks up conference with game winning grand slam
For the first time, Amarillo welcomed the Professional Rough Stock Rodeo Series.
If you were at Westgate Mall today, you may have noticed some race cars out in the parking lot.
Car lovers across the High Plains were able to enjoy some entertainment while helping out a good cause.
The WT Communications Department teamed up with Faith City Ministries to help out families across the area.
People had a chance to add a special member to their family today at the Amarillo Zoo.
The Better Business Bureau is trying to help reduce the number of identity thefts here on the High Plains.
You have another opportunity to hear what candidates running in the upcoming Municipal Elections have to say.
The city of Amarillo is in an ongoing legal battle with a contractor, regarding a construction project at Hillside and 58th.
Amarillo Police are seeking more information about a traffic fatality that happened after 7 p.m. last night near 34th and Grand.
The reward has increased for the unsolved murder of Sherry Mondragon.
Jose Huizar-Gonzalez was indicted yesterday for trying to buy more than five kilos of cocaine.
Grabel and Julio Gonzalez were charged with two separate drug charges after being pulled over on I-40 with drugs in their truck.
William Boyd is accused of robbing the Amarillo National Bank on I-40 and Coulter last month.
Becky Kite is accused of embezzling federal funds and mis-using company credit cards.
Leaders such as Mercy Murgia, Dr. Dana West, Dr. Russell Lowery-Hart, Paul Harpole, Jermaine Cantu, Meg David and Orlando Lopez will be there to share portions of their favorite books.
Demerson served on the Potter County Commissioner's Court for 12 years, 8 as count commissioner, and 4 as County judge.
3 & 4 year-old students showcased their family-made vehicles in an annual Transportation Parade today.
Emilee Hilbish is making history by receiving a scholarship to play basketball at University of Texas- Arlington.
The Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents approved the University discontinuing the use of the Zia sun symbol and the name "Zias" for the women's athletic teams.
de Zavala Middle School's Student Council is combatting Type 1 Diabetes again this year, choosing to raise awareness and research funds through a student-led color war.
The Student Memorial Service, sponsored by the WTAMU Student Government, will take place at the J.A. Hill Chapel. Family and friends of the deceased are invited to attend.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers and the family of Sherry Mondragon are working together to bring closure to an unsolved 2009 Murder case