Tulia is calling on some outside help to assist in their search for a new City Manager.
Some current and future Buffs who live in Amarillo, may no longer have to make the commute... in a couple of years that is.
After being booked on two felony counts — a process that took less than 10 minutes — Gov. Rick Perry again stood by his veto of public integrity unit funding and called his indictment "a chilling restraint on the right of free speech."
Officials say it's a two-percent decrease in funding from the current year.
Cities across Texas lost local control with natural gas providers.
It'll be at 8th and Tyler in the Commerce Building.
The Salvation Army donated new shoes and socks to kids who need them and Valero donated school supplies.
More than a hundred jobs have come to Hereford.
Tim Esser and his daughters are making the six-week trip from California to New York. They're carrying an American flag. It has the names of all lives lost in the 9-11 attack embroidered on it.
Ten-percent of all sales will go back to student-athlete scholarships.
Speakers were on hand to talk about aging and resource centers, medicare preventative services, and how to eat healthy on a budget.
No excuses creates a way for low income young adults to get an education beyond high school.
Experimental device implanted in the gum may offer relief for people suffering from debilitating cluster headaches.
Attorney says University of New Mexico women's soccer team freshman were forced to strip naked, consume large amounts of alcohol and were sprayed with urine.
Ferguson, Missouri prepares for another night of protests following the shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown.
Amarillo Police arrest a wanted man after police say he led them on a car chase with children inside.
Texans for Public Justice, the liberal-leaning group that filed the complaint that led to Gov. Rick Perry's indictment last week, has a history of messing with Texas politicians. Critics have accused Texans for Public Justice of doing Democrats' dirty work, but Director Craig McDonald said the group is solely focused on accountability and ethics.
Dimmitt Police are investigating a reported aggravated robbery at The Gift Shot at 214 N Broadway.
Good Tuesday evening everyone.
College campuses work hard to maintain a safe and secure environment for students, and now technology is changing the way they do that.
Is a price war in the wireless industry about to break out? Sprint just may have just taken the first shot!
Playing kickball, is giving confidence to blind kids.
Taco Bell introduces "Dollar Cravings" menu.
An earthquake rattles the studio during KAUT's morning broadcast.
Thieves steal Bibles from Kentucky couple's van.
Two germ-fighting robots are on their way to Liberia to help combat spread of Ebola.
Voters have until tomorrow to request an absentee ballot for the August 26 Runoff Primary Election. Early voting for the runoff begins Thursday.
DPS increased the reward for John Arthur Volker, 50, to $13,000 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of August.
The public won’t know the details of Rick Perry’s prosecution unless it goes to trial. In the meantime, the secrecy surrounding the evidence the grand jury heard is providing fertile ground for speculation.
A juvenile was southbound on S Belleview Street and had pulled out in front of a 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe that had been westbound on Line Avenue.
Two shot, dozens arrested during another night of violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
President Obama is back in Washington dealing with two different challenges unfolding at the same time.
With all the rain in July, things are looking a little more optimistic for wheat and stocker cattle operators than in the past four years in the Rolling Plains of Texas and southern Oklahoma, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist.
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" leads this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
History enthusiasts, and anyone interested in learning about treasure hunting and hearing real pirate stories, is invited to come listen and learn.
Billie Peden has been hired as the new Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service family and consumer science agent for Armstrong County, effective Aug. 18.
Supporters of Gov. Rick Perry, expecting him to be booked on Tuesday afternoon, are planning to stage a rally at the Travis County Courthouse to demonstrate their solidarity with him as he fights two felony indictments.
Debbie Reynolds to be honored, Gloria Estefan plans to get Broadway on their feet, and a news anchor returns to rehab.
The Better Business Bureau warns the public of a phone scam that could lead to identity theft.
The Amarillo Area Corvette Club is proud to host the Family Fun Day Car Show and Shine at Wonderland Park on Saturday, August 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Lady Sandies win in straight sets
Skyrockets looking to defend state championship
The event was open to all Special Olympics athletes in the Texas Panhandle, Area 16 of Special Olympics Texas, to come and receive personalized instruction from the Lady Buff women’s soccer program.
Lady Buffs will have to replace several players from last years squad
Hornets hoping for big season
Coming off one of its best seasons in school history, the West Texas A&M football team is 11th in the preseason American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Division II Coaches’ Poll.
The Lady Buffs claimed the program's 18th conference championship, eighth straight and 15th overall LSC Tournament title along with WT's 13th Regional Championship in 2013 before falling in the National Semifinals in a five set thriller to BYU-Hawaii.
Justin Jennings forces playoff with Weiss on the 18th hole
Justin Jennings sits two strokes back...
Michael Spencer brings you highlights and results
Dan Sherwood prepares for first season as the Longhorns head football coach
Dons Prepares for 2014 Season
Following the program’s 13th overall and second straight South Central Regional Championship in 2013, the Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M will hit the hardwood of the WTAMU Fieldhouse “The Box” on Monday morning.
Logan Leggett shot one over and leads the Tournament of Champions after Round 1.
The Tascosa Rebels begin the 2014 season with a new district and new expectations.
Thursday is the start of the Coors Tournament of Champions in Amarillo.
Coming off of a national runner-up finish in 2013-14, West Texas A&M Lady Buff head women’s basketball coach Mark Kellogg announced the 2014-15 schedule.
The Canyon Eagles were 12-1 in 2013, and could have big things in store for 2014.
The Amarillo High Sandies started football practice on Monday.
West Texas A&M first-year head coach Tom Brown has announced the 2014-15 Buffalo basketball regular season schedule.
Middlesbrough, England, natives, and former Buffalo soccer standouts Dominic Furness and Ben Everson have both joined professional clubs in two of Sweden’s highest levels of league competition to continue their careers.
Jason Henry brings you highlights from the final round
Jason Henry brings you all the results
Michael Spencer continues our summer competition series with a basketball challenge at Wonderland.
Friday was day one of the Coors Partnership.
Coming off a strong 2013 campaign, the West Texas A&M men’s soccer team is tabbed 25th in the nation in this year’s National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Continental Tire NCAA Division II Preseason National Rankings.
Dalhart and Bushland will be in the same district in 2014.
The Highland Park Hornets went from 1-9 to 7-4 in 2013 and are looking for more in 2014.
The Buffs are coming off of their best two-year stretch in school history as they went 12-3 in 2012 with a NCAA National Semifinal appearance and went 11-3 last season with a National Quarterfinal appearance.
Returning senior Rhea Belgrave and signee Karyn Forbes of the West Texas A&M women’s soccer team will be representing Trinidad & Tobago’s women’s national team later this month in the inaugural CFU (Caribbean Football Union) Women’s Caribbean Cup
The Amarillo Sox won their third straight games on Tuesday.
Steven Flowers takes over a West Texas High program which finished 0-10 in 2013.
The Panhandle Panthers lost several key members of their offense but say that will not slow them down in 2014.
Former West Texas A&M linebacker Bryan Johnson made his NFL debut Sunday night playing the entire fourth quarter in the Buffalo Bills’ 17-13 loss to the New York Giants.
Borger and Pampa began fall practice as they race for the 1-4A Division I title.
Amarillo puts up 3 runs in eighth inning to break 2-2 tie
Kane and Norrell put up -22 in three day tournament
WT's rally in second half comes in at number one in our Best of Buff Nation
Former West Texas A&M quarterback Dustin Vaughan is fighting for the back-up quarterback spot with the Dallas Cowboys.
West Texas A&M's win over Midwestern State checks in at number two in the Best of Buff Nation countdown.
- Goodbye to Director Gabe Pena - Don Pardo Dies at 96 - 15 Foot Alligator Killed in Alabama - A Winning Poker Face
Belinda Palacios of Cal Farley's Boys Ranch talks about signs to look for and how to take action.
Mutton Bustin Preliminary Round - Monday, September 15th - Sign Up at 5:30 p.m. - $20 - Bill Cody Arena - (806) 676-2363
Renowned Dermatologist, Dr. Doris Day, has tips, tricks and must-knows about regimens for regaining your skin's youthful appearance come fall.
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- Andy Talks About an Epic Wonderland Trip - John is Back from Ireland - The PSL Makes an Early Return
Dillard's 7701 W Interstate 40 #300 (806) 358-7771 www.dillards.com
The Great Armadillo Hunt & Click - Sunday - Noon - Sunset Center - $25 / $30 - www.huntandclick.org
2014 WT Buffalo Club Golf Classic This Friday, Aug 22nd Lunch and Dinner Provided 1 p.m. Shotgun Start
Beau Baker says, "I used to watch videos on people roping and I thought it'd be pretty cool, and I never got the chance until I came out here."
Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge Orientations - Wednesday at 4 p.m. - August 29th at Noon - 806.374.9777 - www.incubationworks.com
Pescaraz Italian Restaurant 3415-K Bell St 806-350-5430 www.pescaraz.com Snack Pak Fundraiser - Tonight - Pescaraz - Bring Peanut Butter & Pop Tarts
Home Depot 2410 South Georgia Street (806) 468-9100 www.homedepot.com Home Depot 2500 Soncy Road (806) 355-3895 www.homedepot.com
Back to School Prayer Rally August 28, Noon to 1:00p.m. Hillside Christian Church 6100 Soncy, Room 405 Childcare available, RSVP required Any woman interested in prayer welcome!
Sour Bridges - Tonight - Golden Light Cantina - 9 p.m. - Tomorrow - Blue Light Live, Lubbock - 9 p.m.
Sour Bridges - Tonight - Golden Light Cantina - 9 p.m. Sour Bridges - Tomorrow - Blue Light Live, Lubbock - 9 p.m.
Plato's Closet 3440 Bell Street (806) 418-2471 www.platosclosetamarillo.com
With so much to do, even the most put together parent might feel overwhelmed.
JazZOO! - Tonight - 7 to 9 p.m. - Amarillo Zoo - $2-$4
M & R Liquor 5901 S Bell Street (806) 358-4726 www.MandRLiquorStore.com
All-Star Family Ford 13301 Interstate 27 (806) 622-3400 www.allstarfamilyford.us
- Studio 4 Moves Offices - Andy Emcees the Coors Tournament of Champions Dinner - Savannah Guthrie Gives Birth to a Girl - Mastiff Has 18 Puppies - Raising Money for ALS - Taylor Swift Visits Jimmy Fallon
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ALT Presents: Avenue Q - Next Three Weekends - ALT Adventure Space - (806) 355-9991 www.amarillolittletheatre.org
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Children's Miracle Network celebrates 30 years of partnership with Dairy Queen.
Gold's Gym 3000 S. Blackburn 359-5438 email@example.com
Amarillo College Presents: 30 Minute Meals - Tuesday & Thursday - Starts September 9th - 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. - www.actx.edu/ce
- Laren Bacall Dies at 89 - Center City Block Party is Saturday
Best Buy 101 Westgate Pkwy (806) 356-0284 www.bestbuy.com
The Opportunity School 1103 S Van Buren St (806) 373-4245 www.opportunityschool.com Opportunity School 1525 N Grand St (806) 381-0551 www.opportunityschool.com
Senior Day Health Fair at the Tri-State Fair - Monday, September 15th - 9 a.m. to Noon - Amarillo National Center - potter.agrilife.org
Patsy's Place is under the umbrella of the Sharing Hope Ministry.
The Pan-Handlers Cafe 410 S. Taylor (806) 352.2590 www.thepan-handlers.com
Robin Williams Dies at 63. Survey: People Don't Know Their Neighbors Survey: Snoring Causes Couples to Sleep in Separate Bedrooms
Amarillo Pain & Accident Chiropractic Clinic 3501 SW 45th Ave (806) 355-3000 www.amarillochiropractor.com
Tri-State Fair & Rodeo - September 12th-20th - Tri-State Fairgrounds - www.TriStateFair.com KAMR NBC 4 Viewer Appreciation Night - Thursday, September 18th - $5 Off Admission - www.myhighplains.com
Panhandle Child Placement Services 112 SW 8th, Suite 604 806-342-5550 Facebook: Panhandle Child Placement Services
Rockabilly Riot! All Original, Brian Setzer Magazines or Novels, Andy Grammer
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