All Navy Band performances are free and open to the public.
The representative will give an overview of foster care and adoption options in Texas, including foster-to-adopt, Waiting Texas Children, domestic infant adoption, and international adoption programs.
A 9 acre fire leaves the canyon evacuated.
No shots have been fired and no one is injured.
The Foundation is distributing $100,000 to the Opportunity Plan Inc. Educational Loans and Scholarships (OPI) in Canyon.
They are being told that if they do not go to the court house to pay the fine by 5 p.m. a warrant will be issued. The caller then states to fix the problem that they must get a money card for an amount of $485.19 for the court cost and $468.00 for the Fail to Appear (FTA).
We will have more information as it becomes available.
Patients will be able to speak with experts about breast cancer, breast health and other topics. Clinic hours will be the second Friday of every month.
Officers found 3 shell casings in the street.
Texas' controversial new abortion law requires doctors to follow a federally approved protocol, rather than a more commonly used method, when administering drug-induced abortions. The requirement is under scrutiny in a case challenging the law.
Good Tuesday morning folks.
The clinic is closed until further notice.
At this time, the Canyon has been closed and evacuation has begun.
This work is part of the ongoing TxDOT Loop 335 Expansion Project to relocate water and sewer mains along Hollywood Road (Loop 335) from I-27 east to the railroad track east of Georgia Street.
Membership to the database was paid for partially by a grant. The other 50-percent of the cost came from city funds.
A man and a woman are sentenced on separate mail theft charges.
Just before 2 p.m., Amarillo Police Officers drove upon a major crash in the 1000 block of SW 3rd, involving a single motor vehicle and fixed object.
"I have a base program that I try and share with people that's really helped me set and establish a solid training foundation."
DPS is reporting that a 2000 Toyota passenger car was traveling east in the westbound lanes of I-40. The Toyota struck a 2008 Lexus passenger car head on.
On Saturday morning, Amarillo Police arrested Jennifer Rena Rodriguez, 28, for possession of a controlled substance, over 4 but less than 200 grams, in a drug free zone.
The fundraising event will mentally and physically challenge 40 teams of 2 in a scavenger-hunt-like race where they will be given a clue that will lead them to check points; there they must successfully complete the challenge in order to receive their next clue.
If you have information about the identity of this suspect, call the Amarillo Police Department or Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400.
The junior Zookeepers will work with keepers preparing meals, cleaning exhibits, and studying animal behavior. They will also go behind-the-scenes and help prepare enrichment activities and diets for a variety of Zoo animals.
The email may have an attachment that could be harmful to a computer. Do not respond to this email, it is not from the Municipal Court.
The Don Harrington Discovery Center is hosting several family events to help keep the kids learning and having fun during Spring Break.
Amarillo gas prices are still 28.2 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago but they are 17.8 cents per gallon higher than a month ago.
Once Police arrived, they saw that the 32-year-old victim had been shot in the leg.
Things kick off in Shamrock with the 4th Annual St. Patrick's Day invitational Track Meet @ El Paso Stadium, Thursday starting at 3:30 pm.
Guymon Fire Department addresses a need.
It's a small way to tell teachers thanks.
It's a program to keep the Lone Star State beautiful
An Amarillo Club helps many learn some useful skills.
Borger turns 88,
Professionals talk weather
A mission to bless the panhandle.
Two men are arrested.
Some San Antonio High School students give a helping hand.
Good Saturday morning folks.
The guru was at the San Jacinto Community Center.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he hopes the Ukraine crisis won't result in a "new cold war".
They originally recalled nearly 9-million pounds of suspect beef last month and thought it was contained to six states.
Officers divided a list of offenders to contact in order to verify current registration information. The required information includes addresses, business addresses, telephone numbers, employment, online identifiers and other information. They checked 527 registrants over four days. Of these, fifteen were out of compliance in Potter County and three were out of compliance in Randall County.
The event is aimed at educating entrepreneurs in starting a technology based business.
Texas added 33,000 jobs in the month of January.
According to CNS, contractors can now decide if they want to continue their jobs and work for CNS instead of the previous contractor B&W.
The school was given the all clear close to four. Police say one person is in custody on unrelated charges but they believe that person made the bomb threat.
No smoking e-cigarettes in WT buildings anymore.
Our own Chief Meteorologist John Harris is presenting today and tomorrow alongside the National Weather Service, The Red Cross, and EF5 Storm Shelters.
The computer, HomeRunTwo, is created by Amarillo based All Star Computer Service.
The nation's unemployment rate rose slightly to 6.7-percent, up from 6.6-percent in January.
Houston's Lakewood church, home of celebrity pastor Joel Osteen, robbed of $600,000 in donations.
Man sets himself on fire while attempting to destroy car.
Disease and drought cause rise in meat prices.
Colorado reports $2-million in tax revenue during its first month of legal marijuana sales.
The U.S. is aiding Malaysian officials is trying to find a missing Boeing 777 jet, as the search enters its fourth day.
A letter from a state lawmaker asks the attorney general's office to give an opinion on whether Texas cities' bans on plastic bags are in compliance with the state’s health and safety laws. At least nine cities, including Austin, have enacted such bans.
The number of early college high schools, which allow students to get a head start on college credits without paying tuition, has surged in Texas.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden addresses the SXSW music festival by video-conference.
Public safety officials announce new plans for increased security at the upcoming Boston Marathon.
Opponents of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law rally as lawmakers consider changes.
Search continues for missing Malaysian airliner.
Forget clipping coupons. Try easier ways to save at the supermarket.
DPS pulled over a vehicle on US 84, yielding illegal drugs valued over $54,000, and a pistol.
Marchers mark the 49th anniversary of the historic Selma Bridge Crossing and call for renewed protections of voter rights.
Environmentalists have advice for consumers on what they should do before the country's drought drives up food prices.
The other states outranking Texas are Florida, New York, and California, of which New York and California have state marketplace exchanges setup in addition to the federal marketplace exchange.
When it comes to paying for college, every dollar counts but new nationwide research shows that our country's high school seniors are not doing all they can to get the financial aid they might need.
Theannouncement came just two days after rival T-Mobile increased its prices for a plan offering unlimited data.
The former TWIA chief said in a deposition that two top Republican lawmakers tried to pressure him into fighting more cases in court and complained that fees paid to lawyers in settlements were ending up in the coffers of Democrats. The Republicans said their actions were appropriate and had nothing to do with political donations.
The ongoing drought in Central Texas is claiming an innocent bystander: hydroelectricity. As the Lower Colorado River Authority limits water releases downstream, hydroelectricity — a power source that spurred the LCRA's creation almost 80 years ago — has faded further into obscurity.
Democrat Wendy Davis said last summer that she would quit doing private legal work for her public sector clients if she ran for governor. But months after she kicked off her campaign, the Fort Worth senator continues to represent them.
Ancient and unique fish is being reintroduced to Texas' Big Cypress Bayou.
President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin remain entrenched on their opposing positions on the Ukrainian crisis following hour long phone conversation.
Fallout continues over changes in the ways consumers can earn and redeem air miles.
New proposed legislation hopes to give airlines more flexibility when advertising ticket prices.
The Federal Aviation Administration had fined the pilot $10,000 for remotely operating a drone to film video for the University of Virginia Medical Center in 2011.
The "safe balance" account will stop customers from taking out more than they have in their account at ATM's, while paying bills online or making purchases at places like retailers or restaurants.
The improved job market in February could help the long-termed unemployed.
As Texas Central Railway works to develop a high-speed rail line between Dallas and Houston, its leaders say they expect to avoid the pitfalls that killed a similar project more than 20 years ago.
Despite the capital’s buttoned-up atmosphere, many Texans have flocked here for government posts and lobbying jobs. They are always eager to meet fellow Texans, grab some barbecue and talk about life back home.
When voters approved spending $2 billion in state money on water financing last November, they also agreed to reserve 20 percent of funding for "water conservation and reuse." Now, planners are debating exactly what that means.
President Obama calls for international monitors in Ukraine, says Russia's actions violate international law.
Just two months into Colorado's legalization of recreational marijuana, the state is already learning lessons and feeling the effects.
Chris Christie, Ted Cruz and other prominent GOP leaders among the speakers at Conservative Political Action Conference underway in Washington.
During a TribLive interview, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis said she’s not concerned by primary losses in several border counties, and that she was a better option for South Texas voters than Greg Abbott.
Texas college hands out coasters that test whether your drink has been drugged.
The College Board has announced major changes to the Scholastic Aptitude Test, one of the key factors for college admission.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama urged mayors, governors and state legislators not to wait for Congress to raise the minimum wage, and to take action into their own hands. And local politicians have been doing just that.
Staples hopes to save 500 million dollars a year through the closings and other cost cutting measures.
For the second time in two years, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst is in a primary runoff. And the odds are heavily against him. He'll face state Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, who finished first in Round 1 of a race that Dewhurst hopes will win him another term.
Target continues to take action in the wake of the massive holiday data breach, while other retailers take note.
Whole Woman's Health announced late Wednesday that it is closing two abortion clinics — one in the Rio Grande Valley and another in Beaumont — as a result of strict abortion regulations passed by the Legislature last year.
Many poor seniors in Hidalgo County lack access to basic necessities like food and health care. A Texas A&M University professor and his team of "promotoras" are trying to find ways to help improve conditions for those seniors.
Bipartisan bill may give relief to homeowners burdened by skyrocketing flood insurance rates.
Top Republicans say they'll support economic sanctions against Russia as punishment for aggression in Ukraine.
Among the changes to the SAT being announced by The College Board in Austin on Wednesday: The test will revert to a 1600-point scale, and the essay portion will be optional and scored separately.
Hackers tapped into an online portal for vendors and stole the information of 110-million Target customers last year.
In an election year in which Hispanic voters are crucial to Democratic success, the first feud of the now-official general election gubernatorial match-up is being fueled by state Sen. Wendy Davis' primary performance on the border.
California's drought could cause major problems for North America's second largest sake producer.
NASA says tensions with Russia highlight the need for independent U.S. space launches.
A large house cat cornered a Oregon family prompting them to call 911 for help.
A romantic flight ends with a marriage proposal, thanks in part to 50 motorcycle riding friends on the ground below.
A Minnesota lawmaker is offering his "sincere apologies" following a message he sent out on his Twitter account that some interpreted as racist.
High school wrestling match pits two opponents bound by a tragic common bond.
Competitors test their elaborate cardboard creations on a Poconos ski slope.
Florida family hospitalized after consuming meat tainted with LSD.
Massachusetts high court rules that the practice of upskirting does not violate any state laws.
California man is suing a Las Vegas casino claiming they allowed him to gamble and borrow $500,000 while he was blackout drunk.
Two Georgia police officers change the diapers of two small kids after their parents were arrested for shoplifting. A photo of the men in action has gone viral on social media.
NJ teen sues parents over college bill.
Romantic rivals armed with "Legend of Zelda" sword and flower pot square off in Texas.
Alaska's Iditarod Sled Dog Race gets underway Sunday with 69 teams from around the world competing.
Man who sent $400 worth of pizza to his ex-girlfriend may face criminal charges.
Discovery of $10 million worth of coins in Gold Country sparks gold fever.
Oklahoma student brings to life music notes hidden in a 500-year-old painting.
Dozens of people line up and pay to see what one Texas hunter claims is the body of Bigfoot.
Census Bureau insists on scheduling interview with "Crush Johnson", a pet bird.
What started out as a tiny letter writing campaign goes viral and leads to a North Dakota vet receiving hundreds of well wishes.
Pilot of small plane lands safely in Florida after bird hits windshield in mid flight.
Blind Runner Competes In Fort Worth Half Marathon
190 million year old dinosaur tracks have been stolen from an area in Moab, Utah.
There is a nationwide shortage of clowns.
Kansas lawmakers proposes a bill that would allow parents, teachers and caretakers to spank children hard enough to leave marks.
With just seconds left, an Iowa woman is able to get out her car before it's hit by a train.
Divers off the coast of Carmel, California have encounter with giant Pacific Octopus.
Kentucky pastor known for his use of poisonous snakes in his sermon has died of a snake bite he suffered during service.
Irate burglary victim berates suspect until he confesses and apologizes in front of police.
Ice caves have formed along the eastern side of Lake Michigan.
Helmet-cam rolls as Colorado snowmobile rider is swept up in a powerful avalanche.
Wyoming newborn weighs in at 12 pounds 6.5 ounces.
Burglar enters Utah jewelry store through duct work then gets stuck inside locked jewelry store. Whole incident, including arrest is caught on security cameras.
Car slams through Kentucky daycare, narrowly missing children inside.
Whether they're a prize-winner or not, a lost dog can be a stressful situation for any dog owner. That's where "finding rover" comes in. It's a new app that helps find dogs using facial-recognition, or shall we say snout-recognition?
Kansas custodian receives neck ties from all over the country after pledge to wear a tie everyday goes viral.
A high speed chase in Alexander County, North Carolina ends in a dramatic crash.
Iowa lawmakers consider measure that would make it legal for children 12 and older to fire handguns.
Dana Schmieg spent a few hours making a small track, but it snowballed into something much bigger. Now his neighbors, both children and adults, flock to his yard to speed down the 150-yard track for the 45-second ride.
Police in Albuquerque, New Mexico release officer lapel video of a dramatic shootout last October.
Parasitic infection causes strange "zombie-like" behavior in honeybees.
Police officers in Idaho under fire for killing crows that have taken over a store parking lot.
Alabama jewelry store owner offers customers a refund if a safety is scored in the Super Bowl, then loses on first play.
Texas furniture store will refund $7-million to customers who bet on Seattle to win the big game.
"Meatball' the cat weighs in at 36 pounds, but is ready to shed.
McDonald's employee accused of selling heroin inside Happy Meals.
Federal investigators aren't releasing details on last week's raid of an Arizona body donation center.
Tumbleweeds overrun Clovis. Some stacked so high, some people couldn't even get out of their homes.
15th century manuscript stolen from Italian archdiocese 25 years ago found in Florida
Two massive avalanches have created a new lake blocking the only road leading into Valdez, Alaska.
Texas man is briefly hospitalized after being trampled during Pamplona-style bull run near Houston over the weekend.
57 Years later, an Oklahoma father and son find old high school yearbook in wall of home. They track down and return to the original owner.