It's the fifth consecutive year for the Crime Stoppers car show, right here in Amarillo.
September 1 marks opening day for NM hunters.
A new initiative will pay 400 teachers more money.
Thomas Roman Brown, 35, and Jennifer Marie Brown, 30, were formally charged Wednesday.
Police find 25 pounds of meth during a search of a vehicle on Crocket Street Overpass.
Expectations for summer turnout in Amarillo are exceeded.
Commissioners came together to talk about next year's taxes.
8 southern states team up to keep the streets safe over the holiday weekend.
Report of shots fired on the 100 block of North Maryland
The Caprock Longhorns have a milestone to celebrate.
270 participants, and 150 head of livestock, it's time for Cal Farley's 69th Annual Boys Ranch Rodeo.
Attorneys for Death Row inmate Hank Skinner say a third round of post-conviction DNA testing points to a relative of the murder victims.
Voting rights in Texas were thrust center stage yet again last week when U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the Justice Department would challenge Texas’ voter ID law and redistricting maps under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act — the part that allows the federal government to challenge individual jurisdictions, such as Texas.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Monica Angelic Brandt.
David Shepard pleaded guilty this morning to murdering Dr. Joseph Sonnier.
As groundwater managers from across the state met here this week to discuss the numerous challenges they face, talk of legislative changes to water financing and a campaign to convince voters to allow more of it was eclipsed by more pressing issues.
As the state health department prepares to implement strict abortion facility regulations approved by lawmakers in July, abortion rights advocates continue to voice concerns that the rules will endanger women by limiting access to safe, legal abortion.
Starting September 1, 2013, Texans could be faced with bigger fines when they get behind the wheel.
Boys ranch helps a 15 year old girl reach her goals, and be around her favorite thing.
The recent violent crime wave in Amarillo didn't increase the crime rate in the city. It was already on the rise.
Major Nidal Hasan sentenced to death for gunning down 13 fellow soldiers and wounding 32 others.
In the next few months, they're hoping to raise $5.9 million. But they say the need is even more than that.
During the traffic stop, the trooper found six zip lock bags of meth in the left rear quarter panel.
Amarillo Police have blocked off streets and evacuated homes to investigate a shooting in south west Amarillo.
Thiraphong "Austin" Vongphrachanh lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a chain-link fence in the 6600 block of NE 24th Ave where the officers then arrested him.
A grant program that focuses on training students in fields like nursing and computer support is undergoing funding cuts as a result of legislation passed during this year’s regular session.
A teenage boy came to Boys Ranch with dreams of bullfighting and it's safe to say, his dreams have come true.
The city wants to raise taxes two cents per one hundred dollars of property valuation.
The Texas Department of Transportation proposes turning over control of some state-run highways to local governments.
According to the firm, the city's election system is preventing Hispanics from electing their preferred candidates.
The trial for a former priest accused of Indecency With a Child has been postponed.
Early this morning, Amarillo Police & Fire were sent to an alarm at the La Fiesta Grande located at 7515 SW 45th. Police determined that someone attempted to start a fire in the building.
Some of Texas’ biggest oil and gas lobbyists are hoping to take control of the fate of the fast-disappearing lesser prairie chicken — much like they did with the dunes sagebrush lizard this year.
According to the report, the average driver in Amarillo will experience an auto collision every 10.5 years.
Thirty-one percent of Texas adults don’t have broadband — high-speed internet — at home, according to Connected Texas, a nonprofit commissioned by the state to create maps of broadband coverage. But 4 percent of Texas households lack broadband availability, the nonprofit said, showing that many who could get it choose not to do so. Both numbers are similar to the U.S. average.
A 7th grader says thanks to Boys Ranch, he has a lot more opportunities.
Before Amarillo voters get a chance to approve a tax increase for the Amarillo Recreation Complex (ARC), government bodies are already raising taxes.
Troopers say all of the items had barcodes on them that were traced back to a Macy's Department Store in Birmingham, Alabama.
Christopher Eugene Irabor, 24, was taken into custody and charged with Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon and was booked into the Potter County Correction Center.
For decades, weapons confiscated by police in Texas were supposed to be repurposed for law enforcement use — or else destroyed. Starting next month, Texans will be able to purchase some of them instead.
State lawmakers approved a wide range of measures in the 83rd legislative session that will affect Texans' medical care.
A 9 year old at Cal Farley's Boys Ranch has big dreams, and says Boys Ranch is helping her reach them.
A fire causes 35 thousand dollars in damage.
There will be information about regulations and licenses.
If you're interested in ways to get tickets to the rodeo and more information, we know what to do.
Riders gear up for the dress rehearsal of the Boys Ranch Rodeo.
There's a cure for the summer brain drain.
The community works with law enforcement to keep our streets safe.
The condition of the sixth passenger has been upgraded.
A Pampa woman is dead after a two vehicle wreck on August 23.