World Famous Restaurant Expects to Benefit from World Record Steak Eating Competition
There soon may be a new aquatic center in Canyon.
The AISD board approves the administration submit a low attendance waiver.
Candidates for city council and Amarillo mayor were hosted at a candidates forum.
Texas State Senator Kel Seliger is recuperating after a motorcycle accident.
Lake Meredith and Alibates are having to put some maintenance projects on hold.
Amarillo is named the second cheapest place to start a business.
It would be for fifteen AH1-Z Viper Attack Helicopters, missiles and other equipment.
The senator sustained several injuries and underwent surgery Monday morning.
State Rep. John Kuempel, chairman of the House General Investigating and Ethics Committee, launched an official inquiry Monday into contracting practices at 11 state agencies.
UT System Regent Wallace Hall is questioning whether it is legal for the chancellor to restrict Hall's access to confidential student information. In a letter, he asked Attorney General Ken Paxton to weigh in.
“Mr. Kilmer will bring valuable experience and leadership to the Amarillo VA,” said Kathleen Fogarty, Acting Director for the VA Southwest Health Care Network (VISN 18).
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Six men from Minnesota and California arrest, accused of planning trip to Syria to join ISIS.
People with both atrial fibrillation and obstructive sleep apnea are less likely to have a recurrence of the heart rhythm disorder if they use a C-PAP mask.
The Food and Drug Administration is issuing a warning saying counterfeit botox may have been distributed to doctors' offices and medical clinics across the country.
People can smell if you're happy by the odor you give out when you sweat.
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The Washington Post reports the FBI admits some of its experts gave flawed testimony in trials that spanned more than 20 years.
For years, Kraft made the bright yellow pasta with artificial preservatives and synthetic colors.
Responding to a request by the Texas Department of Public Safety to renew an investigation into the department’s border security contracts, the head of the state’s anti-corruption unit said Monday that it was not equipped to continue the investigation.
Following news that billions of federal dollars for hospitals could be in jeopardy if the state does not expand its public health insurance program to cover more low-income Texans, Gov. Greg Abbott reiterated his opposition to Medicaid expansion.
The singer-songwriter will grow and sell "Willie's Reserve" in Colorado and Washington, the two states where recreational use of the drug is legal.
Scientists in the UK have developed an innovative new plumbing technology that can convert urine into electricity, with the hopes that the system can be used to light up the dark corners of refugee camps in conflict zones.
Homeopathy is a medical philosophy that the body can heal itself when given small doses of natural substances that would produce symptoms of the disease in a healthy person.
If you plan to fly international, you might want to consider the perks on United Airlines.
Domestic airfares are down ever so slightly this summer.
An experimental blood test is showing promise in the fight against cancer.
A new study suggests some Neonatal Intensive Care Units may be overusing antibiotics.
Children frequently have trouble swallowing pills but a new study reveals there are ways to make it easier.
In a early stage study, Keytruda shrank tumors in 19-percent of nearly 500 patients with advanced lung cancer.
Discover has rolled out a new security feature called, freeze it.
Google plans to change the way its search engine recommends websites on smartphones.
Male bonding through team sports that's something only for young people, right? Not necessarily.
During the traffic stop, the trooper discovered eight bundles of methamphetamine in the rear quarter panel.
Kids with a certain heart rhythm disorder may be allowed to play sports after all.
The number of U.S. women diagnosed with breast cancer could rise by as much as fifty percent over the next fifteen years.
It's Boston Marathon day and that may leave many thinking about training for a marathon.
Regularly taking aspirin over several years may help prevent gastrointestinal cancers.
A small but growing number of US hospitals are closing locations in poor areas and moving to wealthier ones.
Wt Softball Takes on UTPB tomorrow at 1 and 3 P.M. in Canyon.
The No. 21 West Texas A&M Lady Buff women’s golf team fired an opening round 297 and is tied for the lead in the 2015 Lone Star Conference Championship on the par 72, 5,834-yard Frisco Lakes Golf Club.
The Lady Buffs are 39-6 overall this season with a 21-3 mark in Lone Star Conference play as they have clinched at least a share of the league title.
Lady Buff senior Judy Papenfus was named LSC Academic Player of the Year, while head women’s coach Meredith Jameson was named Coach of the Year.
Buffs sit two games back of Kingsville for conference lead
Clint Brakebill brings you highlights from around the area.
The West Texas A&M No. 10 men’s and No. 7 women’s track & field teams will return to action this weekend as they spread across four separate meets with three being featured on the West Coast.
A pitcher, catcher and an outfielder are this spring’s signees.
The Buffs and Rams are set for a 7 p.m. first pitch Friday, followed by a doubleheader Saturday at 1 p.m.
WT currently sits 39-6 overall with a 21-3 mark in Lone Star Conference play as they have already clinched atleast a share of the league’s regular season title.
Head coach Tom Brown of the West Texas A&M men’s basketball team announced Wednesday afternoon the addition of Jerrod Walton to the Buffalo signing class of 2015-16.
WT will be back in action this weekend for an extremely busy schedule as athletes branch off between four meets.
A dominate 6-0 week has kept the Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M at number two in the newest National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division II Top-25 Poll.
With the win, WT improved to 26-14 on the year, while LCU fell to 20-19.
The Lady Buffs now find themselves tabbed seventh in the country while the men improve to 10th.
Lady Buffs take both games 5-0
The #2 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M tossed a pair of shutouts and hit four homeruns on Tuesday afternoon as they ran their win streak to 15 games with a non-conference doubleheader sweep over the visiting Lady Eagles of Oklahoma Christian.
The Anna, Texas native had a historic week as she broke the LSC career records for homeruns (58), runs scored (252) and RBI (236) as the Lady Buffs clinched atleast a share of the league title with an overall record of 37-6 with a 21-3 mark in conference play.
The #2 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M return to the friendly confines of Schaeffer Park on Tuesday afternoon as they host the Lady Eagles of Oklahoma Christian in a non-conference doubleheader with first pitch set for 1:00 p.m. in Canyon, Texas.
The Buffs are 25-14 on the year and 16-10 in Lone Star Conference play, while LCU is 20-18 and 7-8 in Heartland Conference play.
Lady Buffs Sweep and Buffalo Baseball takes three of four.
The scrimmage will last for about 90 minutes as it will be the final practice/scrimmage of the spring season.
The meet will be held on Friday and Saturday, April 10-11 at the West Texas A&M Track & Field Complex, a part of Buffalo Sports Park on campus in Canyon, Texas.
The #2 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M look to keep ahold of the top spot in the Lone Star Conference standings this weekend as they head down Highway 60 for a four-game LSC series against the Zias of Eastern New Mexico.
West Texas A&M’s Allie Smith has been named one of 25 finalists for the inaugural National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division II Softball Freshman of the Year Award.
This group of student-athletes is represented by 20 different programs and 11 conferences.
The Buffs will play 17 games during the regular season preceded by three preseason matches.
“I’m very proud of the effort that our students put in everyday“ said WT Head Athletic Trainer Chris Dane.
The Lady Buffs return to Lone Star Conference action this weekend as they head down Highway 60 for a four-game series against Eastern New Mexico.
The 20th-ranked West Texas A&M women’s golf team finished second at the Sonoma State Spring Invitational on the par 72, 5,842-yard Foxtail Golf Club with a 36-hole score of 623, while No. 6 Barry (Fla.) won the 19-team tournament with a 608 score.
West Texas A&M junior Josh Day tied the school-record with eight RBI while blasting two home runs in the Buffs’ 21-17 victory Tuesday evening at Lubbock Christian.
The Buffs were led by freshman Oscar Spolander who tied for fourth with a 5-under 211 score.
WT is led by freshman Mattye Mason and junior Whitlee Woods who each carded a 76 and are in a five-way tie for seventh.
WT is coming off of a 2-1 series victory over Lone Star Conference leader Texas A&M-Kingsville over the weekend at Wilder Park. The Buffs outscored the Javelinas 21-11 for the series and hit .375 on 36 of 96.
The West Texas A&M men’s golf team used a pair of 69’s from freshman Oscar Spolander as the Buffs are tied for fifth with a 36-hole score of 591 following the first two rounds of the Mustang Intercollegiate on the par 72, 7,015-yard Palm Valley Golf Club Course.
Lady Buffs combine for 10 home runs in games 3 and 4
WT Softball run rules Kingsville in game 2;13-2
The West Texas A&M No. 10 men’s and No. 6 women’s track & field teams will return to action this weekend as they travel south to Lubbock to compete in the Texas Tech Open.
For the first time in its history the NFL will have a woman overseeing games.
For the second consecutive year, the West Texas A&M women’s basketball team finished the season leading the nation in field goal shooting, while senior Chontiquah White added another All-America honor to her career this week.
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Hundreds of strangers help special Minnesota girl celebrates her 10th birthday after mom's social media plea.
Elementary school teacher's classroom exercise yields heart wrenching results.
Ohio police officer describes tense confrontation with murder suspect that ended without gunfire.