Casie Stoughton, BSN, RN, CPH, has been promoted to Director of Public Health for the Amarillo Bi-City-County Health District.
Some of the top cowboys and cowgirls in the country will be at the Tri-State Fair tonight.
If you want to make sure your kids are riding safely you can head over to fire station number 13 tomorrow.
Beverly Zearley's music classes presented patriotic songs.
The theme for this year's event is be Disaster Aware, Take Action To Prepare.
Clovis Police say they take misconduct allegations seriously.
Midland International Airport received its spaceport license in Washington D.C. Wednesday making it the first primary commercial service airport to be certified by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Early voting will begin October 20 and run through October 31.
Snack Shak is a student led program designed to end weekend hunger for fellow students.
It's budget and tax season here on the high plains, and that brought people out in one town to voice their concerns.
Lady Rebels win in cross-state matchup
Lady Sandies win 25-14,25-16,26-24
Hayes leads Lady Buffs with 12 kills and 26 assists
Canyon takes on Tascosa and Randall hosts Lubbock Coronado.
Veteran's health here in Amarillo was front and center at the VA hospital.
Both parties say they will not comment on the deal.
The new law requires registration, record inspections, and would set guidelines to credit extensions.
The city is still in the process of closing the more than 3,300 person waiting list.
Local directors are hoping these plans help them keep up with the aging baby boomer population.
They proposed a less than one-percent tax increase.
43-year-old Rusty Munsell is being held on $50,000 bond.
Texas continues to rank as the state with the highest rate of residents without health insurance, with 22.1 percent of the population lacking coverage, according to early U.S. Census Bureau figures released Tuesday.
The fastest rising economy in Texas was Beaumont-Port Arthur, with a 7.2 percent increase for 2013. Midland was the next best in Texas with 6.5 percent.
Police investigate two robberies 40 minutes apart.
This is an opportunity to highlight City services unique to members that work with the City on a regular basis.
The Better Business Bureau is warning schools and school districts across the country about possible fake invoices for educational supplies.
Immunizations Help Prevent Flu
In a shift for a state that has shunned other federal education initiatives like Common Core and Race to the Top, Texas will participate in a signature Obama administration program focused on early learning. The news has already become a political football.
The only identification that you have that says you are, in fact, a registered voter is the one ID you do not need when you go cast a vote.
An assessment of Amarillo's Animal Control has been completed, and many changes are in store.
As part of the bankruptcy, Sears Methodist Retirement System is looking to sell the Craig to help take care of some of their debt.
Tomorrow afternoon's meeting starts at 3 p.m. on the third floor of City Hall.
Nga Aung is accused of shooting and killing Phetkeo Phetkeo and Phonsavahn Phetsavahn.
There's a Komen registration drive tomorrow and Wednesday at the Amarillo Town Club.
The child was diagnosed with second degree burns.
At least 10 Texas school districts have received armored plating, tactical vests, military vehicles, rifles, pistols and rounds of ammunition through a federal military surplus program.
Last month, Dr. Jack Coldwell Smith III agreed to quit taking prescription drugs unless they were prescribed by another doctor or for a real medical need.
Vivian Cockrell says, "It just seemed natural. Whenever I made crackers to go with my soup, I never thought it would be what I was doing."
King is touring a segment of House District 88 to talk about the 84th legislative session.
Company Will Award Cash and Volunteer Hours to Winning Idea
The assessment provides recommendations in more than 11 areas, ranging from facility improvements to public/private partnerships.
Former Eastern New Mexico University student Steven Michael Quezada is returning tonight at 7 p.m. for a comedy act in the ENMU Theater.
Adrian and Vega ISD received donations of $25,000 from Cielo Wind and EDF Renewable Energy.
Xcel is requesting proposals for up to 200 megawatts of solar power resources that could begin delivery on or before December 31, 2016, and that would be contracted through a power purchase agreement.
Coffee Memorial is reporting that the blood supply is "slowly recovering" but still in immediate need for types A-positive and O-negative.
Amarillo average gas prices falling faster than national average.
November 15th, 2012 forever changed the lives of several military families.
Beginning September 15th the entrance road into Fritch Fortress will be closed.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is teaming up with Toot 'n Totum to present the 2014 Rural Community Medical School.
It was a day of fun for young showers and their four legged friends.