One lucky family will soon own a set of wheels thanks to a local auto shop.
More than 1,000 AISD freshmen who took the STAAR test this year failed.
Re-testing must be complete by tomorrow.
A new "Center for Therapy and Recovery" at the Amarillo VA Health Care System is helping our wounded warriors.
Farming and food are hot topics today. That's because the U.S. House meets tomorrow to discuss the Farm Bill.
People came from far and wide to celebrate the 4th of July today with loud music, patriotic floats and delicious food.
The hot temperatures mean your air conditioner is probably cranked to the max. But there are some ways you can protect your wallet.
The daughter of a man who's fighting for his life knows first hand how giving blood is the ultimate gift.
Thousands of pets are put to sleep every year In Amarillo. But some will be saved Monday.
A local bar is shut down after a shooting last week.
Pipeline explodes east of Pampa.
Cleatus Lebow is a Survivor of USS Indianapolis; a local hometown hero. We share his amazing story.
A new study shows fewer local children are at-risk for going hungry. But that same study shows we still have a lot of hungry kids right here... especially in one county.
Experts are predicting this year's mosquito season might be a bad one.
A memorable proposal for a military member returning home.
Your vote in the Texas primary could change the future of public education in our state.
Identity theft hits hundreds of thousands of people a year in the United States. Here's how to protect yourself.
In a special report, KAMR NBC 4's Morgan Schutters speaks with experts about surging beef prices to find out if there is any relief in sight.
Texas Department of Transportation's Click It or ticket campaign means extra patrols on the roads, to make sure you're wearing your seat belt.
Amarillo police say five people are recovering from gunshot wounds after a male suspect opened fire at a local bar.
The Amarillo Salvation Army's supplies are depleted. They are desperate for donations.
A man is stabbed while sitting in a drive thru. APD explain how to protect yourself.
Two local men are suing the American Quarter Horse Association over cloning.
Congress must decide if they'll renew a law that reduced the interest rates on federally subsidized Stafford loans by half.
It might be a good market to buy a house, but the hard part is finding a lender and qualifying. Many are turning to rentals.
Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport is named Airport of the Year by the Transportation Security Administration.
A beetle is helping control the Salt Cedar overpopulation at Lake Meredith. The Salt Cedar is a plant that's monopolizing the water source and contributing to the lake's low water levels.
KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters spoke with Boys Ranch's CEO about the prospect of finding oil on their property.
Its local meat, local produce, all for, and from the local community. But what's the benefit of keeping it local? KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters explains.
Students and teachers are almost finished with the second round of STAAR testing for the year...
And many students and teachers are finding it's much more comprehensive and difficult than past tests.
After a year of record tree loss in the area, thousands of volunteers are expected to help re-plant trees tomorrow in Amarillo's Thompson Park.
KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters has more from weather experts who emphasize;
Do not depend upon the sirens as your only line of defense.
World's oldest man turns 115. We'll introduce you to him!
A local Political Science expert at West Texas A& M University weighs in on the Texas Primary Voter Turnout. KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters explains further. We are your local election headquarters.
The Estacado pool in southwest Amarillo will not re-open this summer. KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters explains how the pool's fallen into disrepair, leaving the homeowner's association responsible for paying back taxes and late fees and figuring out the property's future.
It's a common tale, dog goes missing, owners are heartbroken and try to find him.
But for one Amarillo couple, they say their pet was stolen... And as KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters explains, they went through quite a journey to get him back.
It's been one month since new standards went into effect, requiring the nutrition facts be posted for all beef and poultry products. As KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters reports, now in the midst of the 'pink slime' controversy, they could be helping customers make more informed choices.
Police say they've found the car of a man who is on the run after a burglary and assault, but police still need your help in finding him
A burglary and assault suspect is on the run this evening... And APD are asking for your help to find him.
Girl scouts from across the Texas panhandle are recognized during this year's Annual girl scout day today.
The Mega Millions lottery is now up to an estimated 640 million dollars. And as KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters reports, people across the Panhandle and the entire nation are flocking to get a chance at the prize.
State Senator Kel Seliger is one of the contenders for chair of the State Senate Education Committee. KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters spoke with Seliger, who says it's a position he would love to have; to help make sure future generations are given what they need to succeed.
Another cat is being tested today for rabies, after a woman last week is bitten. KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters spoke with animal control about the seriousness of this deadly disease.
It's called reading recovery and in Dumas this intervention program is making sure kids in first grade are literate.
Controversy over "Pink Slime" to Blame
A new license plate for sale in Texas reads 'One State Under God.' As KAMR NBC4's Morgan Schutters explains, there's a mix of criticism and support for the tags, approved by the state government. Some say it blurs the lines of separation of church and state.
Kim Kardashian has decided she will press charges against the woman who threw flour on her.
'The Hunger Games' brings in nearly 20 million dollars in ticket sales, just in the first midnight showing.
Some residents at the Clairmont Retirement Home got a chance to splurge a little on some handmade goods Saturday.