Angel Tree, Teen Christmas, Holiday Meals
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Troopers Will Ride Buses This Week
The Eastern Texas Panhandle Chapters is asking for your help.
There will be a few road delays.
As the sun went up, so did many hot air balloons.
Many students and alums got a valuable lesson in medicine.
Nearly 1,000 folks headed tot he Civic Center to holiday shop and give back.
Autopsy Revealed New Information
Claims Trial Lawyers Ineffective
Statement from General Manager
Monday Through November 1
Says Nothing Got Accomplished on Spending Cuts
Voters learn more about the issues they'll be voting on in November
President Obama Warns Congress
Gary Hinders Named President
Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association World Championships
25 Lbs. of Cocaine
Powerful things are happening in the Panhandle, as developers break ground on a 218 megawatt wind project that will provide energy to sixty thousand Texas homes.
No One Hurt
McGaughy Family Honors Sons
Final talks on ending the government shutdown may be happening in Washington, but locally we are still feeling the effects.
The League of Women Voters' public forum will address the ARC's $31.5-million bond issue and the proposed Texas Constitutional Amendments.
Can Congress come up with a deal to raise the debt ceiling before midnight?
Amarillo Special Crimes is investigating a suspicious death after a person finds a body.
Because Texas chose not to expand Medicaid, 1 million poor, uninsured adults won't have access to insurance options available under the Affordable Care Act, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation report released Wednesday.
Amarillo Police arrested David Scott Nunn, 36, on Tuesday for Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle, Evading Arrest/Detention and an outstanding Randall County warrant.
On Tuesday, APD COPPS officers were working on locating David Scholz, 32, out of Randall County for possession of controlled substance. Officers developed information on the whereabouts of Scholz and found him along with 27-year-old Aaron Albright in the parking lot of a apartment complex
His one-year term starts this week at the organization’s annual conference in Biloxi, MS.
Three petitions are handed over to Gruver officials calling for the resignations of the mayor and two councilmen.
Getting prepared for the frost warning
It's funded through the end of the month.
The head of the Texas Board of Nursing is now a member of WTAMUs nursing faculty.
The ARC would have money for an aquatic center, soccer fields, and more.
Many military veterans living in Texas have one source of income: their benefit checks from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. If the government shutdown persists, such payments could be suspended when funds run dry.
A proposal to amend the state Constitution to fund water projects in Texas is bringing together strange bedfellows both in support of and in opposition to the measure.
Police found a truck traveling eastbound on Highway 60 had crashed into the back of a car that was stopped for a red light at the intersection.
Thanks to a generous grant, Amarillo College's Industrial Maintenance Technology Department gets an upgrade.
Eight homes are evacuated in south Amarillo after contractors rupture a main gas line.
Starbucks stores across the country are calling for an end to the government shutdown including those here in Amarillo.
Holberg was convicted of murdering A.B. Towrey in 1998 and received the death penalty.
Amarillo Fire is evacuating a 1 block radius around the 2500 block of South Polk due to a break in a natural gas line.