Texas needs to be better prepared to respond to emerging infectious diseases like Ebola, the director of a new state task force on such diseases said Thursday.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Danny Gorman.
Republican Greg Abbott holds a double-digit lead over Democrat Wendy Davis in the race for governor of Texas, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll. In other statewide races on the ballot, most Republicans hold even larger leads over their Democratic opponents.
While Canyon residents are faced with voting for alcohol sales this election, they aren't alone.
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Police arrested 19-year-old Christopher Hernandez.
If you do not have a photo ID and are planning to vote in the upcoming election a mobile station issuing election identification certificates is stopping by Amarillo and Channing to help you out.
Law enforcement is attempting to negotiate with a barricaded subject who has a felony warrant.
New Mexico State Police arrested a woman Monday after she led both Texas and New Mexico officers on a high speed chase with her 1-year-old son in the vehicle.
The company is investing $4.5 million in its expansion which includes construction and new equipment.
Falling prices for natural gas used to generate electricity have led Xcel Energy to cancel a surcharge on Texas customer bills to recover under-collected fuel costs.
These meetings will also include U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency staff discussing farm bill provisions and sign-up requirements and deadlines.
Police say 22-year-old Michael Deshaun Brown was seen walking out the back yard heading towards the alley carrying a white bag. Brown was taken into custody.
Two separate initiatives to be decided in Canyon
Election day is November 4th.
McDonald was sentenced the defendant to 30 days in jail, followed by 11 months supervised probation.
The event begins at 6:30 p.m. with a presentation by the Congressman followed by a question and answer session.
Jazztober continues tonight with music from The Martinis.
Jury selection begins in the high-profile murder case of Lubbock Dr. Joseph Sonnier.
A steep drop in crude oil prices threatens to slow drilling in some U.S. oilfields, but officials in Texas' hottest shale plays say they're not sweating things yet. The boom is still a boom, they say, and it's way too early to walk away.
Congratulations to the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group.
Police report that suspects forced entry through the back of the house. No arrests have been made.
Dixon is facing capital murder charges but won't receive the death penalty.
The victim told officers that he and a friend were walking by the home when the same brown dog started barking at them. The dog then jumped the fence, ran straight at him, and bit him on the arm. The dog then ran back to the yard.
The rebate check is for $181,609.66.
The illegal drugs were allegedly being transported from San Fernando, Calif., to Tulsa, Okla.
Proceeds to benefit the Hungry and Homeless.
Texas whitetail population estimates have remained fairly stable over the last few decades at around 4 million deer. Hunters can expect to see about the same number of deer as in 2013.
The district is now accepting applications from irrigators in the district for reimbursement on meters installed after June 26, 2014.
"Numerous Weapons and Ammunition" stolen
The 24-year-old victim said that that a suspect, with a gun, approached the victim at an apartment in the 3300 block of S. Western.
The city is working on multiple projects around Amarillo.
"Every day, Americans are spending over $100 million less on their gasoline purchases than they did a year ago," said GasBuddy.com senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan.
After calling for an end to subsidies for wind energy production, the Texas comptroller will soon release a report that could rekindle debate surrounding Texas’ largest incentive for natural gas producers.
There is house fire on the 3700 block of Polk.
20 students at Happy Elementary School teamed up with Swisher County Museum to express the theme, History Happens to Me.
Friends and family members of Holly Combs come together at West Hills Park for a balloon release in honor of their loved one.
With Christmas still a couple of months away, the Salvation Army is already hard at work making preparations for this year's Angel Tree Program.
Starting October 20th, the Roosevelt County Road Department will begin working on South Roosevelt Road Four.
It wasn't birds or planes that were making their way to the Discovery Center October 18th.
Some people had the opportunity to learn about the history of one cemetery in our area.
Locals are still taking the time to learn something new.
It was a fall fundraiser full of fun.
One man is inspiring some people with diabetes to not let the disease hold them back.
Some people are putting on their walking shoes to help make a difference for their loved ones, as well as many others affected by heart disease.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion Saturday morning removing the last traces of uncertainty over whether voter ID can be enforced in the upcoming elections.
Ebola preparedness efforts are front and center for Amarillo medical professionals.
They may be thousands of miles from home, but some area Burmese refugees are keeping in touch with their culture.
A traffic stop leads to an arrest and recovery of stolen ID's and a stolen car.
From all of us here at KAMR NBC 4, thank you all for your service.
At 7:09 p.m., a DPS trooper pulled over 45-year-old Richard Lee Titer Jr. and 38-year-old Jennifer Ann Hall for a traffic violation, near Conway in Carson County.