November 21st, speaker of the house John Boehner responded to President Obama's remarks on immigration.
WT is celebrating this years intern of the year.
President Obama on Thursday made good on his promise and said he will use his executive authority to grant millions of undocumented immigrants a work permit and a reprieve from deportation proceedings. Reactions from Republicans were swift and anticipated, following a week of outrage over the proposals that included everything from threats of impeachment to a government shutdown.
Howdy everyone and welcome to Friday.
Russian Website Taps into Thousands Around the World
A man is indicted for drug possession.
The meeting runs from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Hillside Christian Church on Soncy.
This project will not only aid in ground and flight tests for Bell Helicopter's new program. It will also be compatible for future use with the V-22 Osprey.
The meth was allegedly picked up in Mexico.
The ACE Scholarship has been helping Amarillo students pay for college for twenty years.
The "Panhandle 2" Wind Farm in Carson County created more than 200-construction jobs and nine permanent operations and maintenance positions.
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Thursday was Children's Grief Awareness Day. The Hope and Healing Place has help for those grieving.
New Mexico officials are warning of a scam where people are claiming to be from the Special Olympics.
Restaurant Fails with More Than 30 Demerits and 10 Violations
It's from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Faith City Missions.
This test is designed for more every-day type of crashes, instead of the terrible head-on accidents.
32-year-old Bernard Jamison Hill was arrested, transported and booked into Randall County jail on charges of Criminal Mischief over $1500; Possession of Marijuana over 4 ounces under 5 pounds; Evading Arrest/Detention; and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs your help locating Omar Cruz.
The suspect chased the employee to the office, where he kicked open the office door and threatened her with a hammer.
Suspect Identified in vehicle chase and theft.
While trials don't often end in a mistrial, one Lubbock attorney says the complexities of the Thomas Dixon murder trial were very conducive to a hung jury.
Lady Wildcats are lead by Senior Guard Danni Williams
Fernando Hernandez blood alcohol was three times the legal limit.
The scammer is calling himself Deputy Harris with the Randall Sheriffs Office. He is telling the victims that they failed to respond to a Grand Jury summons and if a $400 fine is not paid, they will be arrested.
Victor Manuel Pensado was sentenced to 1 year in state jail and a $5,000 fine.
On November, Clovis Police received a call about a deceased woman. Ulibarri's 6-year-old son was found wandering around in the area.
Nearly 400 business raised money for the United Way.
Thornberry is the first Texan to ever hold that position.
Judge keeps a gag order in place but the jury foreman is free to speak. He said two holdouts wouldn't change "not guilty" votes
The Clovis Police Officer accused of excessive force is not charged criminally.
It ranked number one for most affordable business and education degrees (with tuition and fees costing under $5,000 per year).
Pampa Police are investigating a break-in at the Tumbleweed Sweepstakes game room located at 112 E Brown.
There is a $3,000 reward for information leading to an arrest or indictment.
He was close to dying when he was three-months old. Now, Austin Westbrook is turning things around thanks to a little prayer and plenty of hard work.
Jury Now Deliberating Two Counts of Capital Murder Against Thomas Michael Dixon
Our nation's immigration issues were discussed today at Amarillo college.
If you use loop 335 as a way to work, expect some delays.
Tulia Chief of Police, Jeffrey Yarbrough is resigning after less than a year of service.
TxDOT is planning to construct a new connection ramp from I-40 east to I-27 south bound.
Officials say the new turf costs more than $173,000.
Toot'n Totum is giving these donations instead of having Christmas parties for their employees.
Gifted and talented students at Canyon ISD are nominated by others.
Amarillo became the first area in Texas to implement this new stage of service in CPS investigations.
The fire did an estimated $60,000 in damages.
The Lone Star Ballet is providing academies through the High Plains.
Lisa Barber was sentenced last week in a Lubbock federal court for bank fraud.
Will be first Texan to lead the Committee.
Since the new farm bill passed, there have been many meetings to help farmers and ranchers understand it better.
Attorneys for schizophrenic death row inmate Scott Louis Panetti on Thursday asked the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to halt his impending Dec. 3 execution, saying their client is too incompetent to be legally put to death.
His Senate career was marked by pioneering work on end-of life decisions, AIDS, mental health treatment, the prison system and the issuing of state debt. He earned the nickname “Fairabee” for his ability to work across the aisle.
Gov. Rick Perry and Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka helped break ground Thursday for a new gymnasium in West during a celebration of the town's rich traditions and efforts to recover from the April 2013 fertilizer explosion.
Lt. Gov.-elect Dan Patrick adds two Capitol veterans well versed in state finances and legislative procedure to his staff for the upcoming legislative session.
Investigators probe motive of gunman killed after opening fire in Florida State University library.
The Buffalo, New York area is struggling to dig out from nearly six feet of snow as more continues to falls.
President Obama is set to announce executive orders on immigration reform that will allow millions to avoid deportation.
A man tangles with a thorn bush before tangling with police.
The man identified as the gunman in a Thursday morning shooting at Florida State University, Myran De’Shawn May, was a 2009 graduate of the Texas Tech University Law School according to the website for the State Bar of Texas.
The Orion space capsule, eventually expected to take astronauts to Mars, will soon blast off for an unmanned test flight.
Tonight, President Obama is expected to change the rules on immigration - picking a fight the new Republican Congress has vowed not to ignore.
Baby product manufacturer Graco is recalling almost 5 million strollers to fix a problem that could cause a child’s fingertip to be amputated.
A new website based in Russia is streaming video live from thousands of private webcams around the world, including images of babies and hospital patients.
The finalists were chosen from all 13 Texas Farm Bureau state districts with the top three advancing to the state competition.
Two of Gov. Rick Perry's top former aides, GOP strategists Deirdre Delisi and Rob Johnson, sit down with two Democrats, consultant Harold Cook and Rep. Donna Howard of Austin, to size up Perry's legacy after 14 years as Texas governor.
Florida State University students huddled together in the aisles of a packed campus library early Thursday after a gunman opened fire, injuring three.
‘Failing to get his way in Congress does not give President Obama the right to go around Congress. The American people strongly oppose his executive amnesty, and Republicans will take action to stop it.’
Fewer Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week.
Police seize a million dollars in marijuana from grow house.
A former Abilene High School employee is no longer employed with the school district allegations of inappropriate behavior, the Abilene Independent School District confirmed Wednesday.
Since 2009, Texas manufacturers have reported at least 19 other unauthorized releases of methyl mercaptan, the lethal chemical that killed four at a Port Arthur DuPont plant, according to a Tribune analysis of state data.
Two weeks after losing her bid for lieutenant governor, state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte announced that she was running for mayor of San Antonio and would not finish her term at the Texas Capitol.
Will a grand jury indict officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown?
President Obama will announce new executive actions on immigration reform during a visit to Las Vegas on Thursday.
Nearly six feet of snow has fallen on the Buffalo, New York area and more is on the way.
A federal agency calls for more protections for users of prepaid cards.
According to a recent survey by Moody's Investors Service, roughly half of universities don't expect tuition to keep up with inflation.
As state regulators fret about how President Obama’s effort to combat climate change would affect the Texas power grid, a new study says the rules would save the state billions of gallons of water annually.
High beef prices have cattle rustlers targeting herds in Florida.
Oregon sisters at risk of losing their parents say debate is about family, security, and basic rights.
Lake effect snow storm dumps massive amounts of snow on Buffalo, with more on the way.
The Keystone XL Oil Pipeline vote failed to pass the Senate, but there is plenty more that Congress has to work on.
Only 28-percent plan to do that shopping in a store, while others will go shop online.
The newspaper says Sharpton and his non-profit group National Action Network have missed payments to hotels, landlords and travel agencies.
A Wichita Falls couple is jailed on $50,000 bonds after police say they left their two children alone in a cold apartment while they went to smoke meth.
The USA Freedom Act grew out of revelations by NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
After wrangling over the proper definition of jihad and the influence of Moses on the Founding Fathers, the State Board of Education’s initial vote on new social studies textbooks was ultimately derailed by Common Core.
Computer hackers and polygraph test failures have slowed hiring of 2,000 new Customs and Border Protection agents needed to help speed commerce through airports and border checkpoints.
Immigration is transforming Texas and its suburbs. Take North Texas' Grapevine-Colleyville school district, where over the last decade the student population has shrunk but the number of English language learners has climbed by 60 percent.
The special prosecutor pressing criminal charges against Gov. Rick Perry will not be disqualified from the case over questions around the oath of office he took. A judge ruled Tuesday that the prosecutor was properly sworn into office.
Tension mounts as Ferguson awaits grand jury decision on possible indictment in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
A Senate vote on the Keystone XL pipeline could set up a possible showdown with President Obama.
Mixing beer, bourbon and bullets; Okla. shooting range opens; designed to be family-friendly
11-year-old claims he is the target of bullying, gay slurs at school; uses social media to fight back.
The surge of state law enforcement on Texas’ southern border will continue through August if an $86 million request made by the state’s top leaders is approved next month by budget writers.
Chip Roy, a longtime GOP adviser who most recently worked for U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, will serve as first assistant to Attorney General-elect Ken Paxton, his campaign announced Tuesday.
Twelve more Republican House members publicly pledged their support for House Speaker Joe Straus Tuesday, making the path to victory for challenger Scott Turner exceedingly difficult.
Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will host “7 Deadly Sins, 2014-15 ENMU Student Juried Art Exhibition” in Runnels Gallery, Golden Library through Jan. 30. The closing reception will be from 5-6 p.m. on Fri, Jan. 30.
The concert will feature ensembles from the music department--including ENMU Bands, ENMU Choirs, Steel Band, Jazz Band, Brass Ensemble, Clarient Choir and ENMU's Children's Choir.
It is free and open to the public.
Colorado man somehow survives rare "internal decapitation" after being thrown from vehicle in terrible crash.
World War II veteran Justus "Jay" Belfield was laid to rest over the weekend, just days after a photo of him in uniform saluting from his deathbed went viral.
Contestants hoping to win a new Dodge Dart have now been sitting in the car for more than 18 days.
Hundreds line up for a chance to buy rare bottles of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon.
Waitress receives $1,000 tip on $15 check.
Teen battling terminal brain cancer makes amazing show of courage and determination on the basketball court.
140 years later, infamous Colorado cannibal Alfred Packer's legend lives on.
Witnesses say drunken argument preceded fatal shooting involving New Mexico Sheriff's deputies.
Utah man crafts a 1 ton, fire-breathing spider on his front lawn.
Zombies may be walking the streets this Friday, but if you're more concerned about the real thing, one company has you covered.
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Large buck crashes through Iowa furniture store.
Englishman tours the world on 19th century bicycle.
Farmer arrives to harvest soybeans, only to discover someone has already taken his crop.
Mischievous toddler snakes his way inside claw game.
TTU police are looking for a male who exposed himself to three separate women at the campus library.
Young Royals fan battling rare cancer will help others in his situation join him at a World Series game.
Good Samaritan who vanished after rescuing elderly California man from burning home returns to meet the man he saved.
Good Samaritan rushes into burning home to rescue elderly man.
Cross Country runner carries injured rival 300 feet in final race of their season.
Craigslist car seller offers interested buyer vehicle in exchange for sexual favors; then shows gun and claims he's a police officer when she refuses.
Young Minnesota boy's health problems leave him with a unique problem: he never wants to eat.
Adventurer canoes the entire Red River, from Montana to Louisiana.
A very special Utah boy's dream of receiving 99 birthday cards goes viral, and a huge celebration follows.
Strangers team up to pay for classic car's restoration.
Police pepper spray African-American teen after police mistake him for a burglar inside his white foster family's home.
Thieves return Jesus statue stolen from Oklahoma Church.
Virginia City, Nevada holds its 25th annual Outhouse Races.
Gun range hosts shooting clinic for the blind and visually impaired.
Wisconsin wildlife officers free two bear cubs stuck in a hollow tree.
Indiana middle school football team ordered to bench their female kicker or forfeit their season.
More than 900 chickens killed with golf club in disturbing case of animal cruelty.
Young Texas boy travels to Alaska to view Northern Lights before he goes blind.
"Glamping" is a new trend in outdoor recreation popping up around the country.
The state of Kansas is set to auction off "adult toys" and other items seized from a chain of adult stores to pay off tax debt.
AWOL Afghan soldiers visited Massachusetts strip club before attempting to cross into Canada.
Keith Wheeler walks with a cross to remind people of God's sacrifice. His walk began in 1985 on Good Friday.
New Mexico's ABQ BioPark Zoo throws a huge birthday bash for two of its youngest elephants.
Search is on for five English bulldog puppies snatched from Colorado farm.
Wedding party that disappeared in Mexico in the wake of Hurricane Odile finds their way home.
Minnesota 3-year-old's emotional reunion with his National Guard mother warms hearts.
Miniature poodle chases bear away from Pennsylvania family's home.
Students outraged by bloody "vintage" Kent State shirt offered by Urban Outfitters.
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.