The makers of the "Jesus Tattoo" campaign release a new campaign called "Death Row Jesus." It depicts Jesus in an orange jump suit being taken to death row with other inmates. The message is that Jesus sets prisoners free.
The state of Texas on Tuesday announced a second lawsuit against Xerox, alleging that the former contractor failed to turn over client health records relating to its operation of the state Medicaid program.
The arrival of the Texas National Guard to the border has been met with praise by some who say the state is taking the lead in securing the border. Others say the deployment is overkill that only serves to hamper the local economy.
California's governor declared a state of emergency after Sunday's earthquake hit and was the strongest in the region in 25 years. Dozens of aftershocks followed the 6.0 magnitude earthquake. In fact, they could continue for weeks and that has many people asking -- could this earthquake be a lead up to "the big one?"
As kids all across the country once again set their alarms for back-to-school wake-up calls -- one group of doctors says if those students don't snooze -- they could lose.
This is the time of a political year when voters start — slowly — to pay attention to the candidates, issues and arguments ahead of a general election. But this year, there is something else to watch instead.
UPDATED: Asked why the state had delayed a transition away from lower passing standards on state exams, Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams told state lawmakers Tuesday that classroom instruction had failed to meet the rigor demanded by the new tests.
Texas cities, counties and school districts are relying more on debt to maintain services in a fast-growing state. While critics argue communities need to work harder to live within their means, conversations with local officials reveal a complex web of factors driving communities to borrow billions of dollars each year.
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Proposed Ordinance Would Regulate How Much Payday and Title Loan Companies Can Lend
The search didn't take long and they didn't have to go far to find the next president of Amarillo College.
Some Amarillo drivers are getting recognized for good driving, at least according to the annual Allstate America's Best Drivers Report.
The city council today voted unanimously to require drivers for the company to have licenses like normal taxi drivers.
Today was the first public hearing on the proposed rate increase with three more planned.
It wants to be known as the Animal Management and Welfare Department.
Small business owners learned about employment tax issues, health care taxes, divorce-related tax issues and more.
People in Logan filed an appeal claiming the construction would harm the community.
There are many things on tonight's ballot.
23-year-old Tony Spangler entered a guilty plea to aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
Amarillo Police arrested 35-year-old Tiodoro Botello after he allegedly approached store employees at Route 66 Jewelry Exchange swinging a baseball bat during a dispute.
Staff is placing door tags at residences that will be affected by the water shut off.
Saying she wants to expand Texas high schoolers’ access to technical job training programs, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis announced a plan to create a Career-Technical Coordinating Board.
President Obama addresses the American Legion, promising better health care and more responsive service to veterans.
Michigan native Douglas McAuthur McCain killed fighting for ISIS in Syria.
Kansas processing plant shut down during controversy over "lean, finely-textured beef" reopens amid increased demand.
A 5 a.m. headcount found inmate Jesus Dominguez unresponsive. Officials called for medical and Dominguez was pronounced dead a short time later.
Kirven was arrested at the Curry County Detention Center on May 28 of last year, after Kirven told a family member about where she had hidden a large amount of cocaine on a recorded phone conversation from the jail.
Dangerous cat terrorizes neighborhood attacking people, pets
It's no secret that staying physically active and eating healthy may help you live longer. But research shows that how long you live and the quality of those years is more nurture than nature.
The 66th Annual Emmy Awards honored TV's best of the best Monday night.
First-time parents can cut the costs of bringing up baby with some simple tips.
Officers are still seeking the red pickup and a third suspect involved in this incident.
The ACLU, The Guardian and The Oklahoma Observer file federal lawsuit after prison officials filtered what journalists could see during execution.
Kentucky man accused of killing fellow jail inmate with underpants soaked in methadone.
All new cell phones sold in California will soon have a "kill switch" that can remotely shut them down if they're stolen.
"Breaking Bad" and "Modern Family" win big at The Emmys.
"Blended" leads this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
Experts say outdated data may be behind unnecessary c-sections.
Watching other people play video games is so popular, Amazon is willing to pay big bucks for it.
A major uptick in earthquakes in Texas over the last several years has been linked to the state’s oil and gas boom. A Texas House subcommittee on seismic activity met on Monday to hear what state regulators are doing about it.
Eagles feeling confident after scrimmage with Brownwood
Raiders to face tough run game
The 2014 edition of the West Texas A&M Buffalo Club Golf Classic, sponsored by Blackmon Mooring, was the most successful in the 39-year history of the event as it profited $40,000 for the Buffalo Club.
WT finished seventh in the final D2Football.com poll at the end of last season.
The West Texas A&M football team will have a Meet The Buffs Night on Thursday beginning at 6 p.m. at Buffalo Wild Wings, located at 5416 South Coulter in Amarillo.
Wildcats look to impress with new offense
Records include passing yards, attempts, and completions
Elks and Eagles hope for a big season
The No. 11-West Texas A&M football team will hold a scrimmage Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium. The scrimmage is free and open to the public.
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.
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Tri-State Fair & Rodeo - September 12th-20th - Tri-State Fairgrounds - www.TriStateFair.com
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"When I got diagnosed, the doctor said, 'You have ALS. You have five to six years to live at the most.' I chose not to believe it," says Dennis Leazenby.
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Race for the Cure - September 27th - $30 for Adults - $20 for Kids - www.komenamarillo.org
Drop in the Barrel Donations - www.panhandleplains.org - 806-651-2233
Boys Ranch Rodeo +adventureFEST - Saturday & Sunday - Starts at 10 a.m. - (800) 687-3722
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Pescaraz Italian Restaurant 3415-K Bell St 806-350-5430 www.pescaraz.com
E! Brings Viewers A Front Row Seat To TV's Biggest Night With Countdown to the Red Carpet, Live From the Red Carpet, Live From E!, and E! After Party Kicking Off Monday, August 25th at 4:30pm ET/ 1:30pm PT
DAWGS for Adoption - PetCo & PetSmart - Saturday - 1 to 5 p.m. - $75
Fall Volunteer Training Class - Saturday, September 20th - 9 a.m. to Noon - $20 - www.AmarilloZoo.org
Technology in the classroom is providing amazing opportunities, helping to build better classrooms and strong teachers in schools across the US
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The Don Harrington Discovery Center 1200 Streit Drive (806) 355-9547 www.dhdc.org
Zemer's Deli 2916 Woflin St. (806) 513-2898 www.ZemersDeli.com
All-Star Family Ford 13301 Interstate 27 (806) 622-3400 www.allstarfamilyford.us
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Dillard's - Westgate Mall - (806) 358-7771 - www.dillards.com
We've asked Dr. Elsa Diego-Medrano to walk us through some steps that will make the transition from summer to school a little easier.
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The Crave Factory 4925 South Western (806) 322-7283 www.TheCraveFactory.com
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John W. Dean was legal counsel to President Nixon during the Watergate scandal.
If you thought your local 4H chapter was just for youth-- think again!
The Turner House is one of the few Dutch Revival homes in Amarillo.
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The Pan-Handlers Cafe 410 S. Taylor (806) 352.2590 www.thepan-handlers.com
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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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