Students, faculty, staff and community members will gather on the south side of Old Main to celebrate the holiday season with the ceremonial lighting of the campus.
The state's two U.S. senators couldn't be more different — at least on the surface. They've done it in different ways and at different speeds, but both John Cornyn and Ted Cruz are near the center of national politics.
While en route, Police were advised Tommy Beard, 50, who had attempted to break down a door was now sitting in a vehicle on the street near the back of the house.
Amarillo Police were called out Saturday at 4:10 p.m. to the Cheshire Cat in the 2600 block of Paramount on an armed robbery.
Democrats seeking a return to the Texas Governor's Mansion are betting on the suburbs — and, in particular, on the women there who they think can be swayed to vote for Wendy Davis and Leticia Van de Putte. But Republican leaders say they're confident their support remains robust.
Amarillo gas prices are averaging $2.99/g.
The truck left US 87 and hit a van that had crashed on the west side of the road.
Howdy folks and good Sunday to you.
DPS is asking for teamwork on the battle against the dangerous weather.
It's a first for the WT nursing program.
One lane closure this holiday week.
Police need your help finding a man suspected of an armed robbery.
Weather believed to be a factor in I-40 fatal.
Many lend a hand to reach out to kids all over the world for Christmas.
Emails show there was not a lot of negotiating
Canyon Fire Department tells us there is oil under the stables.
All service men and women will get in free with an ID to the game.
Police say the boy was running across the street when he was hit by a car.
Charges haven't been filed in yesterday's school bus wreck that sent 13 kids to the hospital.
The Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico and High Plains Harley Davidson are teaming up for the annual Holiday Food Drive this Saturday.
Special Crimes and Fire Marshall's office is investigating the fire.
The fire started at the Light House Apartments on the 4500 block of Maverick, just after 6 p.m.
As the drought continues to take its toll across the state, more oil and gas companies are considering the long-term benefits of water recycling, and state officials are trying to make that transition easier. Despite that momentum, recycling is far from a mainstream practice.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the case of a Florida death row inmate — who claims he does not have the mental capacity to face execution — could provide more guidance to states like Texas.
City Spent Thousands to Have Controversial Logo Put on Merchandise
With the way weather changes around the Panhandle, most folks are ready for what comes. When it comes to snowy conditions, it takes a bit more work.
The first one happened on October 10th in Jones Hall. The other attack happened this past Saturday in McCaslin Apartments.
A car turned into a school bus and injured 13 kids and a driver. The bus turned south on to Coulter, and a Pontiac Grand AM apparently hit it.
Apparently the axle detached from the rig, and the semi flipped on its top.
The fire department tells us someone was working with a cutting torch.
Crews will work around the clock to clear roads and assist where needed.
A report released Thursday by a national health consumer organization attempts to put into perspective the 113,000 Texans who received notices their plans are being canceled.
Meetings are taking place this morning that could determine how long the U.S. stays in Afghanistan.
Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott is pushing for more stringent privacy laws, looking to give Texans more control over personal information like DNA details. Privacy rights activists say his proposals would provide those benefits, but some concerns tied to enforcement are being raised. And a spokesman for state Sen. Wendy Davis says Abbott's record should raise doubts.
As a group, women have neither followed the March Hare to the Tea Party nor signed up for Wendy Davis’ trip to Wonderland, leaving the campaigns to ponder their place on the electoral chessboard.
As drought-ridden communities near the Red River spend millions on major water projects, water managers say a decades-old federal project to clean up salt in the river water could also ease the strain.
Jerry Allen Accused of Violating Texas' Nepotism Laws
Aardn King and her daughter were the first residents to move to Girlstown, and she's well on her way to reaching her goals.
With this season's first big blast of winter weather coming soon, you need to be prepared for slick roads.
The Lubbock County DA filed paperwork with the court three weeks ago claiming the state will seek the death penalty.
An official with the GAO said the protest was filed this afternoon and that a decision must be made by November 28.
Officers train on the ground and in the air.
2-1-1 is taking donations through February 2014 of new heaters for families who don't have the luxury of having heat or quality heating systems in their homes.
Our Alexandra Stone and Chris Martin will be in a bit of a competition friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They'll be at the JCPenny's entrance of the mall.
The person driving the vehicle has not yet been arrested, as police continue to investigate.
The report says the tail-roter hit the tower causing the roter to break away from the gear-box.