A group of people are hitting the golf course to join the fight against cancer.
Construction on some local sewers will begin tomorrow
We have a lot of lane closures for you to make note of before your morning commute.
It has been more 60 years since these hometown heroes enlisted in the military and left American soil, but they remember it like it was yesterday.
Amarillo looks for series split in finale
As the summer break gets closer to its end, The Salvation Army is helping families prepare to go back to school and you can help.
Some people on the High Plains saddled up for today's event.
Around a hundred volleyball teams were slinging mud over at the Randall County Sheriff's Office.
There was both a shooting and a stabbing near City View Elementary School Park.
One of Amarillo's oldest and largest fundraisers makes its return.
A local church is raising money, through laughter.
A former Tucumcari police officer and another plead guilty to arson.
Allegations of police brutality continue and more are on the way.
Following the heavy rains Monday night into early Tuesday morning, the City of Amarillo resumed pumping efforts at Playa Lake #5, more commonly referred to as McDonald Lake.
Dozens of dogs were scheduled to be euthanized today because of overcrowding at the Amarillo-Panhandle Humane Society.
The bridge at I-40 and the interchange is back open after a wreck last night.
Xcel employees showing off their skills at the annual lineman rodeo.
On April 8th, 2002, Jose "Chico" Valverde was found dead inside a boxcar he used as a residence in the 2000 block of East Brady Avenue, Clovis.
Waller County officials have released the autopsy report for Sandra Bland, the 28-year-old African-American woman found dead in the county jail on July 13. The report confirms what officials have already said: that the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences found the injuries to Bland’s body indicative of suicide, not a violent struggle.
Nine people were injured and three more killed, including the lone gunman, in Thursday night's Grand Theatre shooting in Lafayette.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
Internal Affairs Investigation Exonerates Three
Donald Trump traveled to South Texas to tour the U.S.-Mexico Border after weeks of generating attention with his comments on border security and Mexican immigrants.
At least two-dead possibly including a gunman who opened fire at a Louisiana movie theater.
The bridge at I-40 and the interchange will be closed overnight.
An internal investigation shows the officers used proper procedure in the March arrest of Robert Johnson.
Children diagnosed with pediatric cancer in our area has spiked recently.
You could help save one of more than 100-pets set to be euthanized this week.
Revitalizing the infrastructure is a strategic goal for CNS.
The City’s Department of Building Safety would like to remind citizens about the importance of managing uncultivated vegetation – in other words, tall grasses and weeds.
Amarillo Little League is a nonprofit volunteer organization run by a driven group of knowledgeable, baseball-minded members of the community.
The proclamation is for parts of the Texas panhandle due to severe weather, tornado and flooding events.
Randall and Potter Inspections
The "Enforce the Law for Sanctuary Cities Act," H.R. 3009, passed the House by a vote of 241-179.
49-year-old Daron Norwood was found in the bedroom of the apartment, deceased.
A massive swarm of grasshoppers and beetles is making its way toward Oklahoma.
The event will be held at Amarillo Botanical Gardens, 1400 Streit Drive Friday from 6 to 8 p.m.
A table will be set up to register for the race.
Starkville Police Detectives arrested Sally Ann Wright, of Amarillo, after receiving a report of a sexual battery case involving a juvenile.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
Donald Trump heads to the U.S.-Mexico border for a campaign visit as other GOP candidates continue to speak out against his recent comments.
This week's fugitive is Brandon Markette Stewart.
New Uniforms improve visibility and safety. Have you seen these shirts yet?
The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote on a bill Thursday that would penalize cities that protect illegal immigrants. In the recent legislative session, state Senator Charles Perry (R-Lubbock), sponsored a similar bill that would ban sanctuary cities in Texas altogether, however the bill died.
To keep children safer in school, law enforcement officials gathered to talk about issues students are facing.
A 2009 audit of the Texas County District Attorneys office shows the office let an Assistant DA live in a seized house for four years rent free.
A man wanted for two murders in North Carolina was arrested in Wildorado last week.
The New Mexico Environment Department and the Department of Health are hosting a free domestic well-water testing event.
People who believe they've been at the receiving end of Amarillo Police mistreatment them are asked to step forward.