In landmark ruling, New Mexico judge rules people can get help from their doctor to end their life.
If the past is a guide, gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott will soon report big money from wealthy donors, and his opponent, state Sen. Wendy Davis, will report many small donors from around the U.S.
A Potter County Commissioner tells us what's next for the million dollar project.
32-year-old Rojelio Reyes has been added to the Texas Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List.
Retailer's CEO promises "significant change" to security after massive data breach.
Ivan Korenkov died on December 22 from injuries that happened during a wreck the day before.
The company began processing cheese at the site in 2005.
Moore, Roberts, Hemphill, Wheeler, Deaf Smith, Randall, Armstrong, Donley, and Childress Counties are also under burn bans.
Once the victim reached his apartment, the suspect forced the victim inside and pulled a knife and threatened him.
Nearly 120,000 Texans purchased coverage under the Affordable Care Act in 2013, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. That number represents a tiny fraction of the state's uninsured.
Amarillo Police continue to investigate a stabbing that occurred early Sunday morning.
Monday marks AMBER Alert Awarness day, as the nation recognizes the 18th anniversary of the tragic kidnapping and murder of Amber Hagerman.
The CDC says the flu is spreading. Is there anything you can do to protect yourself?
The driver and the 23-year-old passenger on the motorcycle were taken to a local area hospital with life threatening injuries.
Tyson Foods has announced a recall of nearly 34,000 pounds of chicken on fears of salmonella contamination.
Amarillo gas prices yesterday were 6.6 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and are 8.8 cents per gallon higher than a month ago.
The street value of the meth was worth $4500.
Texas is preparing for a new drug screening procedure required of applicants for unemployment benefits, but the federal Labor Department has yet to set the parameters.
2 die on scene of a crash.
Damages from a house fire totals $30,000.
A red flag warning is issued for many area counties.
The annual banquet for the Potter/Randall Democratic Club stops by Amarillo.
Officials identify the person killed in an Amarillo fatal.
A freedom forum brings the community together to learn about the Constitution.
Tri-State Fair hosts a chili cook off.
The TCEA Area 16 robotics competition comes to town, and many students are after first place.
Gratuities added to large party checks now considered a service charge
Albertsons is in the process of becoming Lawrence Brothers.
Arcel Vega Martinez
Anthony Richard Rios
110 Million Customers
Roosevelt Wind Project
United Way of Amarillo and Canyon
BUSHLAND -- A gas leak at Bushland Middle School leaves students out in the cold.
We're less than a month away from the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
The money was given to Sunland to help address quality control issues needed for the FDA to allow them to reopen.
Randall and Potter Inspections
Dr. Edgar Lockett Junior was found guilty on six counts.
Officials say a four-unit BNSF train somehow caught fire.
Several people charged in connection with a major drug bust last year are now sentenced.
Forget the pencil and paper, a class at Amarillo High School is going hi-tech in the name of math.
A new state tax may put a damper on your happy hour. The mixed beverage sales tax went into effect on January 1st.
As Texas’ rapid growth continues to be fueled by an increase in the Hispanic population, Hispanic and black Texans are likely to keep lagging socioeconomically behind whites, leading to a poorer and less competitive state, according to a new book.
The ramp is expected to be closed for the remainder of the day, but should re-open this evening.
The clean electricity generated from the Spinning Spur 3 Wind Project will be provided to two municipal utilities, Georgetown Utility Systems and Garland Power & Light, under long-term Power Purchase Agreements.