An assessment of Amarillo's Animal Control has been completed, and many changes are in store.
As part of the bankruptcy, Sears Methodist Retirement System is looking to sell the Craig to help take care of some of their debt.
Tomorrow afternoon's meeting starts at 3 p.m. on the third floor of City Hall.
Nga Aung is accused of shooting and killing Phetkeo Phetkeo and Phonsavahn Phetsavahn.
There's a Komen registration drive tomorrow and Wednesday at the Amarillo Town Club.
The child was diagnosed with second degree burns.
At least 10 Texas school districts have received armored plating, tactical vests, military vehicles, rifles, pistols and rounds of ammunition through a federal military surplus program.
Good Monday evening everyone.
Last month, Dr. Jack Coldwell Smith III agreed to quit taking prescription drugs unless they were prescribed by another doctor or for a real medical need.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates nearly 3 out of 4 child safety seats are not used correctly.
Vivian Cockrell says, "It just seemed natural. Whenever I made crackers to go with my soup, I never thought it would be what I was doing."
King is touring a segment of House District 88 to talk about the 84th legislative session.
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The assessment provides recommendations in more than 11 areas, ranging from facility improvements to public/private partnerships.
Former Eastern New Mexico University student Steven Michael Quezada is returning tonight at 7 p.m. for a comedy act in the ENMU Theater.
Adrian and Vega ISD received donations of $25,000 from Cielo Wind and EDF Renewable Energy.
Xcel is requesting proposals for up to 200 megawatts of solar power resources that could begin delivery on or before December 31, 2016, and that would be contracted through a power purchase agreement.
Coffee Memorial is reporting that the blood supply is "slowly recovering" but still in immediate need for types A-positive and O-negative.
Amarillo average gas prices falling faster than national average.
November 15th, 2012 forever changed the lives of several military families.
Beginning September 15th the entrance road into Fritch Fortress will be closed.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is teaming up with Toot 'n Totum to present the 2014 Rural Community Medical School.
It was a day of fun for young showers and their four legged friends.
Buffs drop to 0-2 on the season
A person is dead after crashing their motorcycle into a dumpster.
Safer roads aren't the only reason some people were running September 13th.
Hundreds of people headed to Polk Street.
September 13th is the Neonatal Intensive Care Unite Reunion Fall Harvest.
Many runners took to the streets, to remind drivers to share the road.
The U.S. House of Representatives took up a bill, in their first two weeks back at work, that would reverse some of the Clean Water Act...which could change things for farmers and ranchers here on the High Plains.
Amarillo College Enrollment Down for the Fourth Straight Year
Today is the second of four days for the Panhandle Kennel Club High Plains Dog Show.
Two of the suspects have confessed to the incident, and law officers are attempting to question the other two.
Veronica Anna Gutierrez is no longer wanted.
Another Chicken Express is opening in Amarillo.
Zachary Cain is this week's Hometown Hero.
Earman Eugene Gilbreath is booked into Potter County for burglary of a motor vehicle.
The US Department of Labor announces a more than $950,000 grant to go toward those affected by the Cargil Meat Solutions Beef Processing Plant in Plainview closing.
A wreck on the Fritch Highway leaves one woman dead.
A man is booked into Potter County after police find meth in his vehicle.
The Tri-State Fair & Rodeo has been nominated for the Medium-Size Rodeo of the Year Award by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.
Steve Meyers from Class 4 Winds stopped by to talk about the upcoming golf tournament.
As drought continues to grip Central Texas, those looking to provide water to the region’s fast-growing cities and suburbs see a solution in the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer, which they say has enough water to support growth for centuries in the area. But others fear the resource will be drained at their expense.
Midland Man Accused of Shooting at Teenager Trying to Retrieve a Lost Frisbee
Palo Duro host El Paso Eastlake and Caprock travels to Lubbock Estacado
A medical device is helping to save lives of those suffering heart attacks.
Corvette owners paid their annual respects this 9/11.
He says the President is acting a little late and that we must take this group seriously because they are the most trained, organized, and funded group we have faced.
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The congressional debate about how to address the influx of unaccompanied Central American minors crossing illegally into Texas is likely to re-emerge later this year when lawmakers debate an omnibus budget bill, according to a Texas lawmaker.
GM Victim Compensation Fund has made its first payment to families of victims who were injured or killed in accidents traced to faulty ignition switches.
A San Angelo woman met her daughter for the first time in 32 years, an emotional reunions witnessed by 20,000 people in Houston.
Secretary of State John Kerry works to build international coalition to take on ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
Ken Feinberg has received 125 claims for deaths and 320 for injuries in the five weeks he has been reviewing cases.
Now is the best time to start winterizing your home.
The kissing bug that often carries a deadly parasite has been found in shelter dogs throughout Texas.
Oil and gas activities – but not hydraulic fracturing – tainted drinking water wells atop North Texas’ Barnett Shale and Pennsylvania’s Marcellus formation, according to a new study.
Texas music teacher accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy he met online, possibly passing on HIV.
Family that fled civil war in Congo eight years ago still searching for son lost in Zimbabwe refugee camp.
At least 12 structures have been destroyed by California's "Courtney" fire burning near Bass Lake.
A new NBC poll shows Americans are behind President Obama's plan to defeat ISIS, but they're skeptical that it will work.
The Planned Parenthood Association of Hidalgo County is cutting its ties with the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. The move is an attempt to reclaim state dollars for women’s health care for impoverished women.
Richard Dickerson, 61, of Lubbock was indicted last week for indecency with a child. Up until just recently Dickerson was listed as an Associate Professor of environmental toxicology at the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center.
In three of Texas' most populous counties, organizers are working to use Hispanic support of affordable health care to spur a movement they think could change the state’s electoral tide. Republicans suggest the issue ranks far behind unemployment and the economy — areas where they say their policies have the market cornered.
When Texas Gov. Rick Perry was indicted last month for allegedly overstepping his authority, the charges came from a type of grand jury that is not the norm in Austin’s criminal courts: one whose members were chosen at random.
It can be jarring for a political movement built around restraining the legal system to spawn a collection of officeholders eager to use the courts to get their way.
During a Spanish-language townhall on Univision, state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, advocated for raising the minimum wage in Texas.
As the U.S. prepares to "degrade and destroy" ISIS, debate over the size of the militant group and the threat it poses.
The South Carolina father accused of killing his five children waived his right to appear in court on Friday.
Texas man suspected in several killings dies after shootout with U.S. Marshals.
State Reps. Trey Martinez Fischer and Lyle Larson say they intend to attend all interviews conducted during an external investigation of UT-Austin's admissions process. It's not clear yet whether they'll be allowed.
The foundation that maintains the quirky art installation outside of Marfa found a way around state regulations that threatened its closure by getting classified as an art museum, officials confirmed Friday.
Suit alleges angry Family Dollar manager lunged over counter and punched customer.
The Texas A&M Forest Service (TFS) expects to release more than $43 million in remaining appropriated fire suppression funds back to the State of Texas this fall.
Bodies of three infants found in vermin-filled Massachusetts home two weeks after other children living there were taken into state custody.
One pilot was rescued and was being treated aboard the aircraft carrier. The other pilot is still missing.
Moody's Investors Service described a judge's declaration of the state's school finance system as unconstitutional as a “credit positive,” saying the ruling would compel Texas lawmakers to “redesign the school finance system.”
It's easier to govern if you have a mandate, and you build the mandate while you're campaigning. So far, the agenda for the next set of officeholders is a little murky.
University of Texas System officials are preparing to sign an agreement with the Mexican government to encourage more student exchanges and faculty collaboration across the border, and to launch a space-related research project.
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst issued a harsh rebuke of the Mexican government on Thursday for issuing what he called an “offensive” statement on the border surge that coincided with the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Texas saw a decline in the number of people killed on the job in 2013, but the state still leads the nation in workplace fatalities, according to preliminary government data released Thursday.
The announcement came after the European Union said it was implementing a new round of sanctions, which will take effect tomorrow.
Solemn ceremonies mark the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Congress Weighs in after President Obama lays out his strategy for taking on ISIS.
Texas mom says school took corporal punishment too far with her 7th grade son.
Texas 4-year-old left on sweltering school buss for four hours.
Sen. Jeff Flake, an Arizona Republican, and Sen. Martin Heinrich, a Democrat from New Mexico, were the ones who actually pitched, said a Discovery spokeswoman.
At least two parents say learning about beheadings and American foreign policy in the middle-east just isn't age appropriate for preteens.
The campaign manager for GOP gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott filed an ethics complaint on Thursday alleging that the Wendy Davis book tour represents a conversion of political contributions into personal use.
U.S. Rep. Jeb Hensarling, a Dallas Republican, has bucked businesses and some Republicans in his battle to phase out the agency that finances U.S. exports. KERA takes this look at Hensarling, a rising political star, who may lose the short-term battle, but expects to win the fight.
Lethal injection delivered to convicted double murderer Willie Trottie after appeals questioning drugs failed.
Washington reacts to President Obama's plan for confronting ISIS; Secretary of State Kerry works to build international support.
Solemn ceremonies mark the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
In Texas, a woman says she's alive thanks to a pint-sized hero: her great-granddaughter.
State Sen. Wendy Davis' revelation that she had an abortion late in her 1997 pregnancy is shedding light on a provision in the restrictive abortion legislation she tried in vain to stop last year — the part that bans abortions after 20 weeks, including in many cases when there are fetal abnormalities.
More than 2,200 people have died in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, where the outbreak has been concentrated.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz will not threaten a government shutdown by seeking to attach a provision that ends the president's deportation-relief program for certain undocumented immigrants to a must-pass government funding bill, his spokeswoman said Wednesday night.
Increased funding for preventive care and luring medical professionals to Texas are at the center of gubernatorial frontrunner Greg Abbott’s health care plan, unveiled in Houston on Wednesday.
Scholars hired by the Texas Freedom Network criticized social studies textbooks that are up for consideration by the State Board of Education, saying they include distortions of history and current events.
KFOR chopper pilot John Welsh uses his bird's-eye-view to help police nab carjacking suspect.
Sister Station WCIA News Anchor Dave Benton said, "I've found out a few weeks ago, my brain cancer is back. But, I've learned more about what the future holds."
Arkansas woman shocked to find large python on her front porch.
Police find 50 dead cats in freezer of suspected child molester, dozens more living in house.
New billboard takes aim at hateful messages spread by Westboro Baptist Church.
Photo of Indianapolis police officer giving homeless man a new pair of boots goes viral.
Woman wears colander in driver's license photo, calls it religious head wear.
Indiana mother missing for two months found caged in Indiana mobile home.
Austin Beerworks releases massive 7-foot long "99 Pack" of beer.
Students at North Carolina's Cape Fear Community College say allowing male and females to "go" side-by-side is no big deal.
Young Siamangs and their mating calls are a huge hit at Kentucky's Louisville Zoo.
Oregon family's Great Dane eats 43 socks.
Chef bans ketchup from his Florida restaurant.
Phoenix mother arrested after leaving children in car during job interview reunited with her family.
Visually impaired runner circles the United States to raise awareness of cystic fibrosis.
Rare blue lobster finds a new home at the Maine State Aquarium.
Kentucky man accused of killing fellow jail inmate with underpants soaked in methadone.
Canadian couple sells everything and set off on 1,000 day canoe journey.
Woman reunited with bulldog stolen eight years ago.
Veteran who lost friend to suicide ups the "ice bucket" challenge ante, voluntarily taking a blast of mace to the face, then waterboarding, to raise awareness of PTSD.
Tennessee student says she was suspended after saying "bless you" after fellow student sneezed, then arguing with teacher over freedom of speech.
An earthquake rattles the studio during KAUT's morning broadcast.
Thieves steal Bibles from Kentucky couple's van.
Tennessee realtors work to assure clients a home they're offering for sale isn't haunted.
California dance studio joins push to add pole dancing as an Olympic sport.
Family's "joke" photos showing baby in roasting pan and with pacifier taped to her mouth trigger investigation.
Security cameras show flash flood waters rip through a Nebraska hospital.
Kansas City Police officer shows off his best moves in dance-off with kids.
Arizona restaurant serves what may be the world's spiciest burger, but not until you sign a waiver.
Dog abandoned by its owner adopted by Wrigley chewing gum heiress after sad tale goes viral.
Thief steals nearly $1-million in luxury items from Texas woman's three story, 3,000 square foot closet.
Mother angry that her child was forced to sit on the floor as punishment.
An Orlando middle school teacher left his home July 4 to spend a month living as a homeless person to see what life is truly like for the homeless.
There are reports of teens around the US participating in a dangerous activity. It's called "The Fire Challenge" and already, it's led to at least three reports of young people suffering serious burns.
Thieves slam truck into Texas beauty store, then make off with thousands of dollars in hair weaves.
Paralyzed puppy gets a second chance at life when caring community steps forward.
Popular California eater says they'll no longer serve children, saying they're hurting business.
Women trapped on bridge lay down on tracks as train passes over them.
Recently adopted shelter dog alerts family to burglary, helps cops nab repeat offenders.
Houston burglar crawls through doggy door.
An Ohio veteran is fighting a local ordinance that threatens the “therapy ducks” that he claims help ease his PTSD.
Family removed from Southwest Airlines plane after tweeting about gate agent’s rude behavior.
If your loved was diagnosed with cancer, you would want to help them get the most out of life, right? But what if it's a four-legged friend?
Woman finds long-lost veteran funeral flag in Odessa, TX tracks down family in North Carolina.
Father-Daughter hair-styling video racks up tens of thousands of hits on YouTube.
Workers hired to clean out a vacant house in Florida, threw out what they thought was a mannequin. Turns out, it was a body.
A bunch of guys got together in Oregon to videotape a 9 man pool dunk with a fiery finally.
The Solsona's planned to fix the wheelchair themselves at home. But three Lowe's associates weren't having it.
Fort Worth police find eight bodies inside vacant funeral home; investigation underway.
An Oklahoma mother claims her one-year-old contracted a horrible case of herpes from her daycare teacher.