Water regulations were a hot topic in Amarillo as Congressman Mac Thornberry talked to several agencies about what he says will be a negative impact.
Dash cam footage shows officers taking Robert Johnson to the ground. He was charged with marijuana possession.
This time it is a civil rights whistle blower suit by a former employee of the jail.
City ordinance prohibits the possession, manufacture, storage, sale, handling and use of any firework within the city limits. Fines for violations are up to $2,000 for each occurrence.
Services for Veterans will be on display as "floats" similar to Independence Day Parades.
Senator Cornyn will meet with Amarillo College leadership to discuss their summer youth programs and upcoming education legislation, as well as Brittany Porter-Taute, a former AC Kids' College graduate who recently received her doctorate degree.
Scammers are calling individuals in the service area claiming they are from the Canyon Police Department.
At 6:23 p.m., a DPS trooper conducted an inspection on a 2013 Chevrolet pickup towing a flatbed trailer, which was traveling eastbound on I-40, near Vega in Oldham County.
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In July 2014, the Potter County Sheriff's Office issued warrants for Cruz’s arrest for two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child younger than 14. His criminal history includes burglary of a habitation, unauthorized use of a vehicle and unlawful carrying weapon.
The event, which is known as a conjunction, was clearly visible with the planets looking like double stars.
Suspect(s) damaged the Optimist Club gym located at 601 E Craven, in Pampa.
The photo does not show the suspect's face, but shows a blue and black backpack that the suspect used in the robbery.
All programs are free and open to the public.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
Center City of Amarillo is hosting another High Noon on the Square today.
"Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat" keeps them from delivering your mail.
Says if he doesn't get it, he'll seek his removal
Could Mean Up to 330 New Jobs
She Played Volleyball at San Jacinto and Texas State
The United States Supreme Court put a temporary hold on a Texas law Monday. Some observers said it would allow 10 abortion clinics to remain open, two days before they were set to shut down.
An Amarillo couple is working to help children by hosting their annual triathlon.
To ensure it is a great holiday weekend for everyone, the City of Amarillo’s Environmental Health department offers tips so your cookout is also a safe one.
To start the fundraising efforts United Supermarkets presented a check for $10,500.
It'll be at six over at the Alamo Community Center.
Alexander Jimenez is indicted on one count of receipt of child pornography and aiding and abetting, and also one count of possession of child porn.
He joins a large number of newly elected council members.
The group presented a check today for nearly $400,000 to the city to build a playground at the park.
16-year-old was reported missing by her family, Deputies said she was with Max Kozak, 47, when she was found near Amarillo.
The approved plans are for a section of the jail that are out of compliance with the Texas Commission on Jail standards and the State Fire Marshals.
The Salvation Army of Amarillo was awarded a $300,000 Texas Veterans Commission grant to assist veterans (Including ANY discharge status), veterans' immediate family, and the spouses of deceased veterans.
Texas Mutual presented a $25,000 check to United Way of Amarillo & Canyon.
The public meeting will be on Wednesday 5 p.m. at Clovis Carver Library to discuss proposed improvements to US 60/70/84, Mabry Drive.
This is an open forum for Veterans to ask questions and express their ideas to VA leadership.
A special meeting of the Amarillo Local Government Corporation (LGC) and Amarillo City Council will provide a comprehensive overview of the catalyst project for downtown Amarillo.
30-year-old Kricynthia Lashawn Black was booked into PCDC for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. The victim remains in the hospital with life threatening injuries.
The Grand Prize winner is Ashley Grossman
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
The building was occupied at the time of the fire, and the occupant escaped unharmed. He said he witnessed electrical wiring sparking, then catching a power cord and the floor on fire.
They're inviting everyone out to the facility off of 45th and Bell at 11 a.m.
Many Texas Counties Still Waiting for Changes to Databases
Advance Amarillo is a new group who is supporting the downtown redevelopment.
“I think that the wheels are kind of turning in that direction," Hunsberger said, "and it would be very difficult, not impossible, but very difficult to turn them back.”
More than 800 Texans are a part of the first-ever passing of the flame of hope through the US.
Mass with begin at 6:30 at St. Mary's Cathedral.
The Comancheria movie makers will be returning to Clovis June 30th-July 2nd to complete their filming work.
Utility crews are working to repair a 10-inch water main break at 503 S. Grand St.
Summer is in full swing and the City of Amarillo’s Environmental Health and Public Health departments remind everyone to take precautions to avoid heat exhaustion and stroke when temperatures are high.
The employee told officers that after opening the store, the suspect entered and approached the counter with a handgun.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with Texas abortion providers and temporarily put on hold a ruling that would have closed half of the state’s abortion facilities.
In light of the Supreme Court's ruling on Friday that same-sex marriage is protected by the U.S. Constitution, the Texas attorney general's office has conceded a separate legal challenge to the state's ban on same-sex marriage. That challenge had been left pending in federal appeals court.
Several major airlines have been subpoenaed by the Justice Department as part of investigation into price-fixing.
Many wonder if recent wave of fires at African American churches are racially motivated.
President Obama announces re-establishment of diplomatic ties, promising a U.S. flag will fly over an embassy in Havana this summer.
Texas man faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to hate crime attack.
FAA approves license for Houston spaceport at Ellington Airport.
A 75-year-old grandmother in Brownwood, Texas has survived after being trapped in a Texas ravine for two days in her crashed car.
Investigators say Wednesday night's fire at a church in South Carolina, the eighth African American church to burn in recent days, was likely not arson.
The Girl Scouts of Western Washington have turned down a $100,000 donation because of a request that it not be used to support transgender scouts.
The State Department has released nearly 2,000 of Hillary Clinton's e-mails from her time as Secretary of State.
His father's youthful misguided allegiance to Fidel Castro, the overdose death of a half-sister and blunt observations on Congress and fellow Republicans are all contained between the covers of a memoir released as Ted Cruz runs for president.
The Tribune identified 28 schools in Texas named after Confederate leaders Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, Stonewall Jackson and Albert Sidney Johnston. Of those, four have a majority of white students.
Soda machines and deep fat fryers are now allowed back in Texas public schools, thanks to Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller's reversal of a 10-year ban. But many school districts say they have no appetite for reinstating the unhealthy choices for students.
As of Wednesday, public employers including Texas agencies and universities will allow current and retired gay and lesbian employees to enroll their same-sex spouses in the same benefit programs and services available to opposite-sex couples.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie makes it official, he's running for president.
President's plan would extend overtime pay to salaried workers who earn up to $50,400 per year.
Washington's "Sleepy Hollow" fire continues to burn after destroying dozens of homes.
One year old Logan was stung by a Striped Bark Scorpion on his birthday, his mother says Midland Memorial Hospital denied the baby care, Thursday night.
The Pope will visit Washington, D.C., New York City, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Former crime boss turned fugitive informant Whitey Bulger pens reply to Massachusetts high school students who wrote to him as part of a World History Day competition.
Federal investigators want to know who poured plaster into 165-million-year-old tracks in Utah's Manti-La Sal National Forest.
13-year-old camper from California swept away when flood waters rush through New Mexico camp.
Monday's stock slide has investors nervously awaiting Tuesday's opening bell amid the Greek Crisis and an emerging crisis in Puerto Rico.
Obama wants to make 5 million more workers eligible for overtime.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has legalized same-sex marriage, family law attorneys are gearing up to make sure Texas birth certificates reflect the ruling and allow same-sex couples who have or adopt children to get full parental rights.
As the glow from Permian Basin work sites hinders research and amateur stargazing at the McDonald Observatory in far West Texas, some companies are calling on their colleagues to address the problem.
On the first day of legal same-sex marriage, more than 630 same-sex couples were issued marriage licenses in 10 of the state's largest counties. But keeping track of how many licenses are issued over time may prove difficult.
Texas is challenging the EPA's new "Waters of the U.S." rule, which is aimed at better defining the the scope of bodies of water protected under the Clean Water Act. Critics say the rule will lead to more regulation and a takeover of private property.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement will implement new guidelines designed to better protect transgender people in immigration detention facilities, the agency announced Monday.
Investigators say New York prison escapee David Sweat said he and fellow fugitive Richard Matt had planned to travel to Mexico.
U.S. Supreme Court rules that states can continue to use lethal injection drug blamed in two botched executions.
Three days after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage nationwide, some Texas county clerks are refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
A new study reveals Americans are much more accepting of working mothers than ever before.
Now that same-sex marriage is legal, gay rights activists are setting their sights on pushing for more protections for LGBT people. In front of the Texas Capitol, activists vowed to target discrimination in areas including employment and housing.
Police say escaped New York fugitives used pepper to escape tracking dogs; second prison employee accused of aiding escape faces arraignment.
Father dives into water to save son after alligator attack in Texas lake.
Mission to resupply International Space Station ends with catastrophic failure.
The Supreme Court made its decision clear about same-sex marriage, but how some states plan to handle it is much less clear.
While 38% of Americans said the U.S. was the best country in the world in 2011, that number fell to 28% in 2014.
The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports.
A coalition of states including Texas has defeated the Environmental Protection Agency in a battle over major regulations on mercury, acid gases and other toxic metals emissions that spew from power plants, including many plants in Texas.
The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday that it will rehear a challenge to the school’s admissions rules, which allow for the use of race in some decisions. The court had heard the same case two years ago and sent it back to an appeals court. The court is now indicating that it wants to have final say on the issue.
Ernest Ray Zavala, 33, was taken into custody by authorities in Hobbs early Sunday morning, according to the Lubbock County Sheriffs Office.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz is digging in his heels in an increasingly bitter spat with Karl Rove, a longtime adviser to Texas' most famous family in politics — a family now fielding former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush against Cruz in the 2016 presidential race.
Can't find consensus among state political leaders in the wake of a momentous wave of news? Maybe that's because they can't find it among voters.
As expectations rise for Ted Cruz's presidential bid in his home state, the Republican senator says the Texas primary is important to him — but that his campaign is already looking far beyond it.
While Texas continues its demographic march into diversity, only one city — El Paso — requires its 911 emergency call takers to be fluent in English and Spanish. Other cities are striving to keep up with the need to handle emergency calls in a wide range of languages.
Today, marks the end of the term for the US Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court settled the core question of same-sex marriage — it is a constitutional right and states must recognize those unions — but the political and culture debate will rage on.
Texas' Republican leaders suffered a historic loss on Friday when the U.S. Supreme Court held that state bans on gay marriage are unconstitutional. But social conservatives vowed not to go down without a fight over religious liberty.
Video of a homeless man playing piano outside of a Florida restaurant goes viral; now he's hoping it will help him reunite with his son.
An eruption on the side of the sun was captured earlier this month by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
Police say distracted driver didn't notice bridge was rising prior to incredible jump.
Nevada woman gives birth while lost in Nevada's Plumas National Forest, spending three days alone with newborn daughter.
Frame of massive ark replica is slowly rising in Williamstown, Kentucky.
Florida sheriff's sergeant buys pool for neighborhood children after their sprinkler is stolen.
Alaska cat owner records his cat's surprising encounter with a curious black bear.
Alabama youngster rescues grandfather after jetski crash.
Motorcyclists camera captures terrifying high-speed collision with oncoming truck.
The death of a loved one can be hard for anyone to deal with, but one Virginia funeral home believes they have something that can help.
Florida paramedic receives probation after dumping disabled patient from stretcher.
Community members upset with message tying equal rights to Satan.
Woman dies after ramming car into another vehicle carrying her husband and his alleged mistress.
Oklahoma man stranded by flood waters receives help from a surprising Good Samaritan country music star and "Voice" host Blake Shelton.
A unique "texting lane" on a staircase at Utah Valley University is getting lots of attention.
Adorable flower girl steals the show by stealing kiss from ringbearer during photo session.
Two young boys, ages 10 and 11, run into burning home to rescue babies trapped inside.
Well-known musician Randy Howard was shot to death by a bounty hunter inside his home.
Why do some women fall in love with male prisoners convicted of brutal crimes?
An Oklahoma man, upset that a 6-foot long snake ate his baby guineas, kills the snake and eats it.
Florida State Trooper pulls man from burning car.
Washington state kindergarten students create robotic garden.
A replica of Noah's Ark is under construction in Petersburg, Kentucky.
Dashcam video shows South Carolina police officer pull man from burning car.
Faithful believe mysterious stain below Rhode Island Church's painting of Jesus is a miraculous sign.
A group of cowboys outside Houston worked together Sunday to save several hundred cows from rising flood waters caused by heavy rains in the area.
One person's trash is really another person's treasure. A recycling firm in California is looking for a woman, who in April dropped off boxes she'd cleaned out after her husband died. The firm discovered a vintage Apple One computer, only one of 200 ever made by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
Ohio judge sentences one woman to pepper-spraying, another to a 30-mile hike.
Bee populations are dwindling, but a clever idea could help solve the growing problem.
Mother's snapshot of her 5-year-old daughter embracing another young cancer patient quickly goes viral.
California vet currently raising his great-great grandchildren surprised with trip to Washington.
Wedding photographer captures couple's prayer before they see each other on their wedding day.
The National Weather Service says it was an EF-0 tornado that lifted up a bounce house on Fort Lauderdale Beach Monda, injuring three children.
Michigan man ticketed for driving 153 miles per hour when he passed a state trooper on I-75.
Oklahoma police follow trail of grease to home of man who stole neighbor's deep fat fryer and other household goods.
Tennessee inventor hopes his glow-in-the-dark toilet seats will revolutionize nighttime trips to the bathroom.
A 125 pound great dane sings along with her owner for America's fallen heroes, both human and canine.
Utah police say registered sex offender attempted to pick up children using stolen bus.
After a rainstorm Monday night and into the early hours of Tuesday morning, residents of Long Island were treated to quite a spectacular sight cascading across the skies.
Driver charged after speeding through several Pennsylvania towns with man clinging to the hood of his vehicle.
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.
Jason Warnock, made famous by a photo showing him pull a man from SUV dangling over a steep cliff, says he's just a "regular dude".
18-wheeler wrecks in rural California spilling wine.
Viral plea sends Hot Wheels cars rolling for young 3-year-old recovering from severe pneumonia.
Colorado woman finds new confidence in senior spelling bee.
Almost 50 years after being told her child died at birth, a Missouri woman has been reunited with her long lost daughter.
A Bakersfield man has been arrested in connection with a stunning viral video that authorities say appears to show him striking a toddler in the face at a convenience store Thursday.
Four underage Louisiana State University students busted hauling a trailer filled with beer and liquor to Gulf Shores, Alabama.