A former reality star ties the knot, and Brits are celebrating a royal birthday.
World leaders are meeting to determine how to deal with isis. Their fight against the terror group is gaining momentum just days after the brutal beheading of a british aid worker.
The city you live in could play a major factor in landing that dream gig if you're on the job hunt. A new survey is suggesting parts of the country expect an increase in the labor force.
Now that kids are heading back to school, pets may have trouble coping with new schedules and empty houses.
"Dolphin Tale 2" hopes to make a splash in theaters this weekend.
Upgrading your cell phone? Here are some tips for cashing in your old one.
A new ride for Batman, Clooney surprises "Downton Abbey" fans, and a beloved actor dies.
You might want to get the ball rolling on your holiday travel plans. Industry experts predict a high demand for airline tickets this year.
Former Athlete try to reclaim their "Glory Days" on the new season of "Biggest Loser".
Pop Star Britney Spears might pop up on a dating site, Shia LaBeouf shows up in court, and Chris Pratt continues making waves.
Now that the kids are back to school, some parents of teens may be preparing for another rite of passage getting a drivers license. But according to the American Automobile Association, many teens are skipping a crucial step to safe driving.
A controversial figure is returning to daytime TV, and a musical icon is postponing her return to the stage.
Apple's big announcement Tuesday about its new iPhone has everyone talking technology. Why? because so many of us are glued to our phones morning, noon, and night but this might actually be bad for our health.
This week's digital and DVD releases including "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and "Star Trek: The Compendium".
There's another royal baby on the way, and a former child star ties the knot.
A respiratory virus affecting hundreds of children is causing alarm in multiple states across the country. The illness is sending kids to the hospital and striking fear into the hearts of parents everywhere.
Here we go again. The folks at Apple are hosting another launch announcement later today following months of speculation on the evolution of Apple products. But this time we are expecting more than just a new iPhone or iPad?
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum to host ,olly Goodnight Day on September 13.
Celebrities gather to mourn Joan Rivers, and a Jonas Brother is releasing new music.
New gadgets elevate dorm cuisine to a new level.
Today in Amarillo Producer Jennifer Flores-Parker and her husband Mike welcome a baby girl.
We all know that the worst part of traveling is getting there. All of us can get frustrated and downright angry over travel snafus, from parking to security, to boarding. So, are there ways to prevent "travel rage"?
The local JDRF chapter is hosting a walk to cure type one diabetes and the rock the park 5K tomorrow morning at John Stiff Park.
The event is tomorrow at Westgate Mall from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" was a huge hit, but other summer blockbuster hopefuls proved lackluster.
Are you ready for some football? Thursday night's NFL season opener is a reminder that football season is back in full force and if you're like most Americans, you probably can't get enough pigskin. The days of being limited to just one or two games a week are a thing of the past and we've got a few options to make sure you don't miss your games on the go.
We would like to wish a Happy Birthday to a few people in the community.
Planning to head out tonight? There's a new option that could help you cut down on the cost of a cab. You just have to be OK with the idea of sharing a taxi ride with a stranger.
Her daughter Melissa released a statement saying she "passed away peacefully at 1:17 p.m. surrounded by family and close friends."
A country star releases a new track, and a beloved childhood character comes to life.
Amarillo Symphony prepares for their 90th year.
The Amarillo Zoo will host a family fun event.
Today's Celebrity and Local Birthdays
If you didn't get those your eight hours of sleep last night, you're not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate fewer Americans are getting a full night's rest and whether that's because of your work hours or maybe you stayed up late getting your kids ready to go back to school, we have some ways on getting through the workday on no sleep.
Kids have no shortage of inspiration to suit up for a fall sport, but parents want to be mindful of the costs.
Chris Brown won't face jail time but Justin Bieber could, and Melissa Rivers sheds little light on her mother's condition.
The event is Saturday, September 6 from 10 a.m. to noon at Medi-Park 1900 Wallace Blvd Picnic area #3, off Wallace Blvd.
High Plains Food Bank will be hosting a harvest party.
This morning we're asking if it's possible to re-wire your brain so as to make healthier dining decisions. One new study suggests that following a healthy diet could be easier than we think and that it could get some of our eating habits back on track.
Downtown Amarillo will soon see thousands all fighting for a cure.
Today's celebrity and local birthdays.
WT joins the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation to offer a total of$500,000 available to local businesses or those starting a business.
The Friends of Fogelberg V Concert is slated for Thursday, September 4th Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts.
New works from Tom Mackechney
The queen of late night ends her reign, and music's Prince gets his back.
California's governor declared a state of emergency after Sunday's earthquake hit and was the strongest in the region in 25 years. Dozens of aftershocks followed the 6.0 magnitude earthquake. In fact, they could continue for weeks and that has many people asking -- could this earthquake be a lead up to "the big one?"
We're so close to the Labor Day holiday travel period and for many people, time on the road this weekend will be in search of holiday sales. But which deals should you target over the next few days -- and which buys may be best left for later?
As kids all across the country once again set their alarms for back-to-school wake-up calls -- one group of doctors says if those students don't snooze -- they could lose.