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Many Texas Counties Still Waiting for Changes to Databases
Advance Amarillo is a new group who is supporting the downtown redevelopment.
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.
Utility crews are working to repair a 10-inch water main break at 503 S. Grand St.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
There was a 2005 Vento Thunder motorcycle with temporary tags stuck on the bumper of the car, being pushed along in front of it.
Police responded at 9:49 PM to the 4600 block of S Western on a motor vehicle versus pedestrian.
A U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday that upheld the use of an execution drug used in Oklahoma will not change how death row inmates in Texas are put to death, according to a Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman.
Amarillo gas prices are now 100.3 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and are 0.4 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
County clerks who have religious objections to same-sex marriage can opt out of issuing such licenses — but they should be prepared to face fines or legal challenges, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a written opinion.
Gay Rights have been a big topic in American Society as of late. For the first time since the Supreme Court's historic ruling, Panhandle Pride, Inc. hosted its first official celebration this weekend.
Back here in Texas, a member of the Texas House of Representatives from the High Plains is taking home a big honor.
Jennings locks up spot in Coors Tournament of Champions
Before you begin your work week, here's some lane closures to make note of before your morning commute.
A water main break will cause Harrington Cancer Center to shut it's doors for tomorrow
A woman wrecks into a mobile home area.
Big second inning leads to win for Amarillo
For the third year in a row amarillo welcomes the largest 5-k paint race event series in the world...
If you're up early enough tomorrow, you may see something in downtown Amarillo that doesn't happen everyday.
Descendants of the famous Comanche War Chief, Quanah Parker, reunited to honor the Native American leader today in Canyon.
The Amarillo Habitat for Humanity handed over the keys to the 102nd home they've helped build today.
The Public Health Department teamed up with Walgreens and the Greater Than AIDS Organization for national HIV testing day.
A local dental practice is helping out veterans.
Hundreds Attend Equality Texas Event
County Clerks Not Ready to Issue Licenses
Parents and clients of the Amarillo YMCA are scrambling after finding out about the organization's eminent closure.
He's going from Saint Louis to Los Angeles.
Governor Abbott and several other conservative leaders issued statements reacting to the high court’s decision.
Two of the workers are in critical condition with third degree burns.
Both Potter and Randall Counties are not issuing those marriage licenses just yet.
To raise awareness of child sexual abuse, an Amarillo man is expressing himself through art.
Rash of Weather Events Deplete Local Resources
If you are up early enough Sunday morning, you might see something in downtown Amarillo that you don’t see every day – a helicopter on top of Chase Tower.
The driver was Lifeflighted to St John Tulsa by AirEvac and admitted in serious condition with a head injury.
The committee, which reports directly to the Texas Department of Health Services with recommendations that affect state EMS and Trauma registry rules, also will discuss curriculum development and stroke-specific continuing education objectives.
According to the Randall County District Attorney, the county will wait till the Texas Attorney General's Office and Texas Department of State Health Services have reviewed the ruling and issue instructions on the ruling.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
The plant is outside of Borger in Hutchinson County.
U.S. Supreme Court rules same sex couples have right to marry in all 50 states.
Housekeeper alerts management after entering a room filled with smoke on the Sixth floor.
More than $239 million worth of roadwork gets the go-ahead
A new study reveals Americans are much more accepting of working mothers than ever before.
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.
Udall, Heinrich fought to secure PILT funding after years of uncertainty
Richard Matt, one of two inmates on the run after escaping from a New York prison has been shot and killed by authorities.
President Obama delivers rousing eulogy for the late Reverend Clementa Pinckney and issues call for racial healing.
As crowds cheer falls of same-sex marriage ban outside of the Supreme Court, couple begin saying "I Do" across the country.
French authorities have launched an investigation following an attack and explosion at an American gas factory in southeast France today that left one person decapitated and several injured.
An investigation into possible negligence is underway after a child drowns.
Police are searching for a suspect after a woman in shot at during an apparent road rage incident.
Texas couple charged with animal cruelty for neglecting, starving dozens of horses.
Funeral services will be held today for Reverend Clementa Pinckney, with President Obama delivering a eulogy.
The agency responsible for enforcing environmental laws in Texas is paying a private company $1.65 million to conduct research to challenge forthcoming U.S. Environmental Protection Agency restrictions on ozone pollution, which exacerbates asthma, lung and heart disease.
It was a mostly new cast of characters in the Texas Senate, a chamber historically ruled by seniority, that flexed its political muscle to stop a statewide texting-while-driving ban this year.
James Wetherbe of Texas Tech University is the rare professor who thinks tenure is terrible. His opinions have him tangled up in a long-running lawsuit against the university where he teaches.
The GOP's Tea Party wing has made serious inroads into Texas state offices, but the movement has come up short when it comes to congressional elections, failing to field candidates with serious chances of ousting incumbent U.S. House members.
If the Supreme Court rules that same-sex marriage bans are unconstitutional, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants county clerks to hold off on issuing marriage licenses to such couples until his office has given them direction.
The latest fireworks safety poll reveals that people are three times more likely to wear eye protection while cleaning and repairing their homes than they are while handling fireworks.
Supreme Court upholds key provision of Affordable Care Act, giving President Obama a major victory in preserving the law.
Two of the nine victims of the Emanuel AME massacre are laid to rest.
Annual AAA forecast predicts a record number of Americans will travel for this July 4th holiday.
Milton Rister, executive director of the Texas Railroad Commission, plans to leave the agency on Aug. 31, according to a letter he sent to commissioners.
State Rep. Scott Turner, the Frisco Republican who unsuccessfully ran for speaker this year, has decided not to seek re-election.
Flag hanging from Houston, Texas home set ablaze.
Low river levels allow prospectors to pan for gold in areas normally deep underwater.
The biggest federal housing subsidy program in Texas — which awarded $9.7 billion in tax credits from 1990 to 2011 — effectively has been reinforcing segregated housing, the U.S. Supreme Court found Thursday.
There are six major cases left on the docket, including potential blockbuster rulings concerning same-sex marriage and Obamacare. The court is expected to release opinions on Friday and next week as well.
IRS watchdog concludes that up to 24,000 e-mails belonging to former IRS official Lois Lerner could be missing.
Texas voters — especially conservative voters — are uneasy about domestic use of the U.S. military by the federal government, and many think the governor was right to dispatch the Texas State Guard to watch the Jade Helm exercises in Central Texas, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.
If they finish their sentences and comply with any terms of parole, Texans convicted on felony drug charges soon will be able to receive food stamps, though another strike will put them back under a lifetime ban.
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.
Shocking photo shows bobcat dragging shark from water on Florida beach.
Thousands of non-native goldfish are taking over a Colorado lake.
Bear breaks into Florida home to steal family's Easter candy, twice!