The renovation of Conner Park is just about complete in Canyon.
Richard Havens is the new director of Amarillo Animal Management & Welfare. He comes to Amarillo from the City of Hutchinson, Kansas, where he served as Animal Services Director since 2011.
How you and your family can stay safe while preparing your Thanksgiving meal.
According to court documents during a September traffic stop, Potter County Deputies found more than eight-pounds of meth inside Danielle Crider's car.
Despite the amount of moisture we've gotten there is still a burn ban in seven counties.
Law enforcement officials from Texas, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, North Carolina and Tennessee will participate in the I-40 enforcement program, which will consist of increased patrols along the I-40 corridor.
A high ranking indicates that the school is an exceptional academic institution with a diverse set of high-achieving students who rate their experience very highly.
A look behind the scenes of the renovation and construction going on at the station.
DPS will serve as an official Toy for Tots collection center. Map Included
Officers located 3.15 pounds of marijuana inside the apartment along with dozens of pieces of paraphernalia.
The suspect took cigarettes money from the register.
Amarillo gas prices are now 43.6 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and 27.4 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
A local counselor says she is seeing the impact some apps are having on Amarillo teens.
The sacrifices the men and women who serve our country make are far from over for some when they return home.
Right now churches, businesses, warehouses and homes across the city are being transformed into collection spots for Operation Christmas Child.
Jason Henry brings you all the scores
The Director of Student Life at Eastern New Mexico University, Draco Miller, has been named "National Advisor of the Year" by campus activities magazine.
A local university is placed among the top 25 online colleges in the state.
Cimarron County Oklahoma law enforcement agencies are asking for your help to identify a suspect in multiple recent business burglaries.
A new transmission line is in the works for Gray and Donley Counties.
An Amarillo man is dead after a traffic accident November 21st, a little more than five miles west of the city.
We may be a month or so away from Christmas, but one area boy had his holiday wish granted.
President Obama signs in his new plan for immigration reform. We spoke with a local immigration attorney on how that new plan affects people on the High Plains.
Experts say this resistance may be genetic and could be handed down for generations.
A DPS Criminal Intelligence investigation with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office leads to the seizure of Meth, Cocaine, and Marijuana.
The duo were located in the 900 block of Mitchell Street.
In Amarillo, our rate is at 3.5-percent. Also slightly lower.
Two workers are in critical condition at the burn unit in Lubbock.
The Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico is teaming up with the High Plains Harleys to collect food.
He's serving in the Air Force.
They are still counting some of the online and off-site donations but have already hit the $630,000 mark.
The Texas Supreme Court will not review whether a $5-per-patron fee at live nude entertainment clubs is an occupation tax in disguise, letting stand a ruling that found alcohol-serving strip clubs must pay up when it comes to the "pole tax."
The sound of Christmas was in the air at Westgate Mall.
The suspectswere placed under arrest for money laundering over $100,000 but less than $200,000, a second-degree felony, and booked into the Oldham County Jail.
The illegal drugs were allegedly being transported from an unknown location in Colorado to Ashville, N.C.
The nine pounds of meth is valued at over $107,000. The illegal drugs were allegedly being transported from San Bernardino, Calif., to Little Rock, Ark.
The State Board of Education voted to adopt a new list of social studies textbooks Friday morning, following a week of intense debate and hundreds of pages of updates and corrections.
A state audit released Friday found weak oversight and some conflicts of interests at school districts that approve large property tax breaks for businesses.
Walmart ups the ante once again on holiday shopping.
A fugitive charged in the 1996 slaying of his wife in Amarillo has been captured.
Even more snow fell in New York State as residents in the Buffalo area are working to dig their way out.
House Republicans have filed a lawsuit against President Obama over the controversial Affordable Care Act.
For the past six years, Midway Alternative High School has celebrated Thanksgiving at their campus, and this year is no different.
An area bank is helping Snack Pak 4 Kids, one pop tart at a time.
One person is hospitalized after a collision on November 20th.
Amarillo Police are investigating 3 armed robberies.
Myron May, the man police say shot three people at Florida State university, was a lawyer who practiced in Houston.
The release of The Hunger Games movie this weekend signals the start of the holiday movie season.
November 21st, speaker of the house John Boehner responds to President Obama's remarks on immigration.
WT is celebrating this years intern of the year.