An Amarillo woman receives a big honor.
A settlement is reached in a parade crash that killed four veterans, and injured several others.
Area Action From Opening Night of Boys District Play
You can get your thin mints, peanut butter patties, and lemonades for four bucks a box.
Every Friday we honor a Hometown Hero and today we have two.
It happened around right around one-o'clock this afternoon near Fillmore and the Boulevard.
Tina Russell is a sixth grade teacher over at Lorenzo de Zavala Middle School.
All of the checks were allegedly written back in June of 2013.
It is believed the marijuana was being transported from California to Fort Worth.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision on Friday to hear four cases with the potential to legalize gay marriage nationwide could delay a ruling from the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in Texas' own legal fight over same-sex unions.
The deputy detained the second subject and as she investigated why they were running, she learned they were carrying marijuana in the bags.
If you receive one of these calls, just hang up immediately.
During the search about 8.9 grams of meth was located, several items of paraphernalia, and a shotgun were seized.
Officials with Boys Ranch evacuated all buildings and all students and staff are safe and secure.
Aaron Anderson allegedly kidnapped a child and a female in the 300 block of S. Crumley and confined them in a living room of the home for two days.
Gordon McCormack, a member of the Ascension Academy Cardinal Choir will perform with the Texas All-State Choir in San Antonio, Saturday, February 14 as part of the 2015 Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention.
35-year-old Christopher Brophy was found guilty by a Roosevelt County jury of Indecent Exposure.
The event is free to the public, and everyone is invited to attend.
27 Plaintiffs, including Joshua Michael's family, have entered into a confidential settlement with Union Pacific Railroad. The remaining Plaintiffs are scheduled to begin trial in Midland on January 26.
The game airs live Sunday February 1st on NBC.
Officers found a motorcycle reported stolen January 14 in the back yard of the home and a small amount of methamphetamine and prescription pills.
Amarillo Police arrested 55-year-old Maderia Grenea Gipson for an overnight Burglary of a Building.
Officers determined that the suspect and victim were arguing when the suspect armed herself with a .380 caliber handgun and shot the victim.
Boxes still remain near the Penwell prison bus accident scene.
The National Transportation Safety Board has begun their investigation into the deadly bus crash outside of Odessa.
Local State Senator Kel Seliger filed two bills that he says will improve public education and standardized testing in Texas.
It's an annual tradition the Martin Luther King Jr. march and rally here in Amarillo.
An Amarillo school bus is hit by a pickup while dropping off a child.
A new appeal has been filed that could lessen the bond of an accused accomplice in a murder for hire case.
Cattle producers and ranchers from around the country came to Amarillo this week.
Deputies say 42-year-old Brentley Shields hit the school with his car intentionally.
Officials say the T-38 aircraft had an issue with the engine and oil.
A 12-year-old passenger in the car died at the scene.
64-year-old Manual Preciado is facing another six-counts of sexual assault plus sexual contact of a child, bribery of a witness, and contributing to a minor.
Suspect arrested for burglary warrant and cocaine possession.
Potter County Sheriff's Office and Amarillo Police work together to recover stolen truck and stolen property.
Arriving officers found the white Toyota SUV had rolled into the lake to a depth of about 3 feet.
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Angel Vasquez and Byron Wilson were serving time for different crimes.
Friday is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the February 10th Goodwell, Texhoma, Turpin, and Yarbrough School Election.
Every year, the month of January is dedicated to raising awareness of Crime Stoppers' successes and inspiring more Texans to get involved.
Snack Shak is a student led program designed to end weekend hunger for students in need.
Lt. Gov.-elect Dan Patrick said Thursday he had appointed a 55-member special council made up of business and industry leaders in the state to provide recommendations to lawmakers throughout the legislative session.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Terry Len Hayes.
The Buffaloes have five home dates, one neutral site contest and two road games prior to the 2015 Lone Star Conference Football Championship playoff.
The move will be made in March 2017 at the time the company’s current lease expires in the Chase Tower.
It's giving back one step at a time, and those steps were at a fashion show this morning.
“It’s with a heavy heart that we mourn the loss of those killed and injured this morning in a tragic accident. Their loved ones will be in our thoughts and prayers,” said Brad Livingston, Executive Director of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Next week, Texas will have a new governor for the first time in more than a decade, and the state will have its second Governor from Wichita Falls.