Beginning October 13th, a more than three decade amendment is a thing of the past.
Local Health Officials to Train and Equip Workers
Xcel says they will need to de-energize a line tonight at 7:30 for up to one hour in order to repair it.
It was reported that a Grady School Board member had received a text message indicating that a shooting would occur and that bombs had been planted at the school facility.
State Senator Kel Seliger continues his annual tour through the counties of Senate District 31, meeting with the citizens of the Panhandle, South Plains, and Permian Basin.
EIC's will no longer be issued because of last week's court decision to block Texas' voter ID law. A federal judge claims it was unconstitutional and it intentionally discriminates against minorities.
Potter County has five reported human cases.
The award was for Productivity and Greatest Dollar Recovery for the 2013 year statistics submitted for Amarillo Crime Stoppers.
A judge ruled Monday that Gov. Rick Perry will have to appear at an Oct. 31 hearing related to his indictment. On that date, visiting Judge Bert Richardson said, he would take up two matters raised by the governor's legal team.
Using strikingly open language, a new Vatican report says the church should welcome and appreciate gays, and offers a solution for divorced and remarried Catholics who want to receive Communion.
CMSA World Championship - Wednesday to Saturday - Amarillo National Center - Free
Amarillo gas prices are now 13.7 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and 14.2 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
A health care worker who treated the man who died of Ebola in a Dallas hospital has tested positive for the virus in a preliminary test, state officials reported early Sunday. Dallas officials said the worker who became infected wore full protective gear while treating Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States.
Water and sewer bills are going up substantially across Texas and in many other places around the country as utilities struggle to maintain aging infrastructure, deal with drought or come to grips with the rising costs of a scarce resource while searching for new supplies.
A female nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for Ebola.
A woman is dead after being stabbed at an Amarillo bar.
It's the 13th annual Signature Chefs Gala, but the goal of the big event isn't just to taste some good food.
Ashley Furniture Homestore is teaming up with local vendors for a day of family fun.
Halloween is getting an early start thanks to three local organizations.
A local group is helping to keep our city well groomed and beautiful.
A Texico man is behind bars after he is convicted of conspiracy to distribute marijuana.
The enterovirus has found its way to our neighbors in Lubbock.
Federal Judge says it Intentionally Discriminates Against Minorities
On Thursday morning DPS reports a truck hit a deer on US 60 causing it to enter the opposing lane and hit another vehicle.
His family writes in memory of their father who proudly served in the Marines.
During an April traffic stop in New Mexico Jose Flores and another man said they delivering more than 38-pounds of meth to Nickolas Cano's Amarillo home.
It's that time again when the finest from Amarillo's police and fire department trade in their daily uniforms for boxing gloves.
United Supermarkets UCrew, an employee outreach program, is volunteering the entire week on Amarillo Habitat for Humanity's 100th Build.
The Pampa Crime Stoppers receive a big recognition.
The Amarillo VA is hosting its annual Chili Cook-off today.
Officers in Spearman conduct a traffic stop and find 15 illegal immigrants.
As part of a plea deal, Gregory Anthony Zuniga is sentenced to more than 7 years in prison.
Christina Settle changes her plea, after facing counterfeit charges stemming back to earlier this year.
The Pedestrian's condition has improved after being hit by a truck.
The City of Amarillo kicks off National Community Planning Month.
15 area chefs are whipping up some masterpieces.
32-year old-Tomar Danielle Cleaver is booked into Potter County following a narcotic search warrant.
The waiting list to receive housing assistance will close today.
Clerical Error Leads to New Trial for Shawn Michael Hooten
Some voters are getting some extra help before heading to the polls.
DPS Helicopter Helps Police; Arrests in Two Crimes
They say we are out of the heavy water use months and there isn't a need to pump from the lake right now.
Officer Brent Aguilar is facing the allegations following a lawsuit claiming use of excessive force and a you tube video surfaced in August.
Moldy Food, Hair in Food
Officials say it will provide specialized training and personal care for patients living with Alzheimer's and Dementia.
Two world class debators from the UK teamed up with WTAMU Forensics Team Members.
During the search, Elda Delfin allegedly tried to distract them by pumping her breasts in front of the trooper. More than 15-pounds of meth was found underneath Delfin's seat.
36-year-old William J. Lewis was found guilty by a Curry County jury of Trafficking Controlled Substances during a day-long trial Wednesday.
The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday refused to reconsider a March ruling that allowed Texas to require physicians who perform abortions to obtain admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of an abortion facility.
A Hale County Grand jury indicted Tony Gonzales, 29, of Plainview last week for continuous sexual assault of a child.