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Police search the vehicle and found about 650 grams of food products containing marijuana wrapped in individual packages, along with a user amount of marijuana.
CDC releases report today on more than two dozen active cases of TB found to be infected, but are neither sick nor contagious.
Dead livestock, cats, dogs, coyotes and deer remnants have been dumped in the area on Curry Road 8 between Curry Road K and L.
A DPS investigation led to the recovery of six juveniles believed to be victims of human trafficking.
The Midland, Odessa, Lubbock, and Amarillo's bomb squads assisted the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to dispose the fireworks over several days.
Woman arrested in connection to escaped Randall County inmate.
The suspect found an employee inside the store, pointed the pistol at her and demanded her to open up the registers.
APD investigating yesterday's rollover accident on Canyon Drive frontal road, one child reported with life-threatening injuries.
Senate Bill Would Set up Graduation Panels
Flights are checked, and passengers are re-screened after a person threatens the Amarillo airport.
For the first time in 11 years, the position of Canyon mayor is being opposed.
Where do cities in the panhandle rate?
Streetblog USA is looking at the nation’s worst downtown parking scars face off head-to-head for the shame of winning the “golden crater” and the local publicity bonanza that comes with it.
Jack Fussell says he wants to raise awareness of what the Alzheimer's Association can do for people.
The purchase includes The Craig in Amarillo, Meadow Lake in Tyler, The Parks in Odessa, and Wesley Court in Abilene.
The theme of the 2015 Texas State Fair will be "Passport to Texas."
The New Mexico Department of Health announced that childhood obesity rates among New Mexico 3rd grade students continue to decline, with a 20 percent decrease since 2010.
New Mexico teens will be among the young people around the country today looking to kick butts, cigarette butts, that is.
Kraft announces a major recall of its macaroni and cheese products.
Amarillo City Council members approve re-construction on SW Ninth Avenue.
Damage from the fire is estimated at $30,000.
The project is estimated to cost about $42-million.
They're proposing some changes when it comes to the different boards and commission groups.
TB skin testing and follow-up chest X-ray indicate the need for a contact investigation.
Amarillo Police has cleared 2,813 warrants and collected $496,268.40.
The investigation revealed the suspect shot the female victim and then shot himself.
Attorney General Ken Paxton and 22 other state attorney generals are urging the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) to permanently discard a proposed ban on M855 5.56 x 45mm ammunition.
Coffee Memorial Blood Center is in critical need of O-negative and B-Negative blood.
The two patients traveled from Liberia. Update
Amarillo Police initially responded to a report of a Burglary in progress and shots fired.
From Monday March 9 through Friday March 13, the Sheriff's Office has cleared 243 cases and collected $50,237.57.
The Canyon Police Department continues to investigate numerous cases of vandalism in the Hunsley Hills area three-auto burglaries over the weekend.
A man is sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for drug charges.
Two people sentenced to prison on drug charges.
A new program is underway in Dumas after the city sees an increase in shoplifting.
An investigation is ongoing.
29-year-old Ryan Kelley is charged with assault of a family member, aggravated assault against a public servant, capital murder of a peace officer, and possession charges.
Canyon Police continue to investigate eight reports of vandalism in the Hunsley Hills area.
Government regulators are punishing four businesses for over-serving alcohol to intoxicated customers who later became involved in drunken driving incidents resulting in four fatalities.
The United Way of Amarillo and Canyon is missing more than $7,000 that was raised last year during their annual fundraising campaign.
The Municipal Code requires property owners to keep all grass and weed areas shorter than 8 inches in height.
Over 20 handguns and at least one rifle had been stolen along with assorted ammunition.
New owner using social media to find previous owner.
The Don Harrington Discovery Center is hosting several family events to help keep the kids learning and having fun during Spring Break 2015.
DPS arrested 29-year-old Angela M Winn for possession of a controlled substance over 400 grams, a first-degree felony, and booked into the Carson County Jail.
The illegal drugs were allegedly being transported from San Bernardino, Calif., to Amarillo, Texas.
Joshua Ryan Garza and Timothy Knoop are no longer wanted.
The national average only fell 2.4 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.43/g.
Amarillo Police continue to investigate two Saturday night wrecks.