Potter county Commissioner Mercy Murguia is holding a town hall meeting from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. today at the Alamo Community Center at 1502 S. Cleveland.
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"It is the Authority's goal to discuss near-term and future options and viable strategies to complete this essential project for our region," advised ENMWUA Chairperson Gayla Brumfield.
The recently renovated Miami Community Center will receive proceeds from the sale of Caprock Country: Last Frontier of Texas, "a collection of stories" account of Roberts County and the eastern Texas Panhandle written by Miami historian Carl Williamson and his son, Jon.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Enola Gay Apodaca/Stone.
The event features top scholars discussing their areas of research such as the challenges of America’s Middle Eastern alliances and the nexus of energy and water.
Pampa Police worked an additional 20 hours during spring break thanks to a TxDOT grant.
A DPS traffic stop Tuesday on I-40 lead to the seizure of over 878 grams of THC; with a street value at over $17,000.
Good Thursday morning folks.
Students and staff at Amarillo College will soon help balance the school's budget. The school's Board of Regents approved an increase to its tuition and fees. But as Jordan Chavez explains, the students won't be the only ones to help make ends meet.
FEMA to give $500,000 in Grant Money
Quarterly food basket prices decrease, according to Texas Farm Bureau's Grocery Price Watch survey.
The Lone Star Literary Life, a weekly online publication, has named CANYON as one of the Top Ten Bookish Destinations in Texas for 2015.
Potter County has enacted a burn ban beginning immediately.
In 2014, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) faculty researcher Afzal A. Siddiqui, Ph.D received the school's first research grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for his research, titled, Proof of concept trial of Sm-p80/GLA-SE schistosomiasis vaccine.
The district plans to form elementary, middle, and high school teams that will participate in robotics competitions.
Applications for absentee ballots must be in the hands of the County Election Board no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1 to be processed.
"Like most of the state of Texas, gas prices in Amarillo are typically lower than in the rest of the United States."
TxDOT's call-to-action, "Drive Safe in Work Zones So We All Get Home," coincides with National Work Zone Awareness Week, March 23-27.
Portales and Eastern New Mexico received some great news if you are looking for an affordable higher education.
Xcel Energy boosting capacity of transmission lines, adds XIT substation in Dalhart.
The food is sold exclusively at Target stores.
They're donating 100-percent of their day's sales to Children's Miracle Network.
Group officials say they're worried about the casino's impact in their community.
WT not able to respond after fast start from the Lady Hornets
A Hometown Hero's legacy lives on during a special flag unveiling.
Potter County Commissioners vote on a first step to move the Potter County Sheriff's Office out of downtown.
That Justice of the Peace will be in precinct four and will be place two.
Hundreds of less fortunate were given one of the greatest gifts today, pizza.
Bell says this is happening because V-22 production is significantly down.
Contributes 5,600 pounds of apples as part of Take a Bite Out of Hunger program.
The competition is open to all eligible high school students in the 13th Congressional District.
The Amarillo Zoo is hosting its sixth annual Easter EGG-citement event.
Family Support Services is presenting several events throughout the month.
Eastern New Mexico University in Portales announces the juried results of K through ENMU the 6th Annual Juried Youth Art Exhibition as part of National Youth Art Month in March.
Randall County has enacted a burn ban beginning immediately.
The informational meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25 at the Northwest Branch Library located at 6100 W. 9th Ave.
Visitors who launch boats at Lake Meredith NRA will no longer need to obtain a boat launch permit.
Amarillo Police investigating multiple accidents on Canyon Drive near Washington.
Witnesses reported seeing a man trying to force a screaming female employee into a vehicle on the parking lot.
We have learned local military have informed their service members to be careful when posting information to social media, Cannon Air Force Base specifically.
Dance Marathon is a nationwide movement, where college and high school students raise money for our local Children's Miracle Network.
Canyon might be getting closer to a new aquatics center.
Amarillo Independent School District approved to file a lawsuit for storm damage.
The report shows an overall decrease in indexed crimes.
The group say that they were surprised by the announcement of the casino and think they should have been consulted before the decision was made.
Amarillo Police continuing investigation into Friday morning arrest of individuals cashing forged checks.
Teenage sisters die in late Sunday night crash.
The event raised $8,100 for 24-Hours in the Canyon.
Canyon is one of the most beautiful and charming towns in Texas.
Driver records Oklahoma tornado as it crosses I-35 near Moore.
Local landscapers said trees and gardens need the most water now, as they start budding for the Spring season.
The couple allegedly moved to Abilene from Alabama to sell their unborn child for $15,000.
Sorry to say for steak lovers, beef prices are rising and won't fall for a while.
Police say a woman is safe after she escaped from a man who held her captive for seven months.
Indiana HIV epidemic has parents concerned about dirty needles left on playgrounds.
Former Taliban hostage could face life in prison for desertion after probe determined he walked away from his post prior to capture.
At least one person is dead after a string of tornadoes swept from Oklahoma City to Tulsa Wednesday.
Three Texas counties and four metropolitan areas ranked among the rapidly growing areas in the country, according to population estimates released Thursday by the Census Bureau.
In the session's first serious glimpse into how school voucher fights might go, a trio of bills up before the Senate Education Committee on Thursday would provide financial support to parents who want to send their children to private schools.
After fielding emotional pleas and various complaints in a committee hearing, state Rep. Cecil Bell plans to revise his bill that would bar the state from recognizing same-sex marriages even if the courts declare it legal.
A Ranger teenager attempted to end her life after bullies targeted her through an app called Burn Book. The community gathered today to raise awareness and show support.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Floyd Montrel Moore, 29, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders list.
Levi Pettit, the SAE fraternity member caught on video leading a racist chant, will speak publicly for the first time today.
The Texas House on Wednesday began debating a ban on texting while driving. House Bill 80 by state Rep. Tom Craddick, R-Midland, would make texting while driving a misdemeanor, punishable with a fine of up to $99 on the first offense and $200 for additional infractions.
Bergdahl now faces desertion charges and charges of misbehavior before the enemy.
The report alleged that tests of Chinese-made laminate sold by Lumber Liquidators exceeded California standards for safe formaldehyde levels.
Pedestrian injuries are a leading cause of death for young people in the US.
With a plan that would add $3 billion to the state's public education budget, the Texas House has decided to take on school finance reform this legislative session.
The Texas Senate on Wednesday approved billions of dollars in property tax cuts, the biggest piece of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s $4.5 billion tax relief package. It will take up bills on business margins taxes next.
In the wake of three child deaths under the state’s ward so far this year, Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday told the Department of Family and Protective Services to straighten up and fly right.
A woman previously charged with abandoning or endangering a child is back in jail now for violating the terms of her probation.
The bodies of two children were discovered in a freezer inside a Detroit, Michigan apartment.
An overdue book checked out in 1966 has been returned to an Albuquerque library.
The Supreme Court resurrected a woman's pregnancy discrimination claim against UPS, sending the case back to a lower court Wednesday.
The debate over vaccinating children came to the Texas State Capitol Tuesday. Lawmakers discussed legislation that, if passed, would make finding out which students opted out of vaccines easier.
Surveillance and reconnaissance air missions began Monday.
Texas Republicans have long used the Affordable Care Act as a political punching bag, but that hasn’t stopped state budget writers from taking $102 million from the president's signature health care law to pay some bills.
Legislation that would remove Texas judges from the straight-ticket voting process garnered a mostly cool reception Tuesday at a hearing, as both Democrats and Republicans said that tinkering with the ballot turns off voters.
A Senate committee has advanced legislation to limit local control over oil and gas activities across Texas. The proposal is among nearly a dozen filed in response to a North Texas town's vote to ban hydraulic fracturing.
The final piece of a high-profile border security package got moving Tuesday when a House committee heard House Bill 12 by state Rep. Oscar Longoria, which would elevate the state's Border Prosecution Unit into an official statutory being.
The House Public Health Committee on Tuesday discussed five bills that would extend current restrictions on tobacco products to vapor products like e-cigarettes. The Senate passed similar legislation last week.
On his second official day as a presidential candidate, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz sat down with The Texas Tribune's Jay Root for a wide-ranging, one-on-one interview that touched on global warming, marijuana legalization, and his use of email.
Abilene Restoration's website appears to have been hacked by ISIS supporters.
The House Appropriations Committee on Tuesday backed a $209.8 billion two-year budget that would leave $8.4 billion on the table, along with billions more in the state’s savings account. The budget plan now goes to the full House.
President Obama welcomes Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to the White House, announces planned troop draw-down will be postponed.
Prosecution nears end of its case against accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
According to the US Department of Transportation, motorists traveled 3.02 trillion miles in 2014.
Sales of new homes rose last month to the fastest pace in seven years.
A family can't bury their loved one because Texas law leaves her husband, who allegedly confessed to killing her, in charge of remains.
Child sex abuse images are found on electronics belonging to a man suspected of child rape.
A feisty Texas centenarian says her daily full-sugar soda habit has helped her live a long and healthy life.
Department Proposes Changes to "Actively Engaged" Rule
Pennsylvania photography company says guidelines weren't followed when shopping mall Easter Bunny was hired.
Kentucky man wounds man who entered yard and threatened to take on of his grandchildren.
Driver considers court action after being denied custom "LGBTALY" License plate.
Special military unit returns to Maryland after working to stop the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
Five state lawmakers — all former college athletes — gathered at the University of Texas at Austin to talk about the parallels between athletics and governing and the lessons they learned from high school and college sports.
A police report listed more than 40 victims by name after the arrest of Sheena Ellingson, 30, of Lubbock.
A group of Midlanders are hoping to push for stricter bestiality laws in the state of Texas.
Spring breakers in Panama City Beach, Florida got a different type of wake up call this morning.
Louisiana authorities investigate disturbing video shows young men decapitate live goat with machete.
Bomb found wired to light switch in home set to go up for sale in Milton, Massachusetts.
A feisty Texas centenarian says her daily full-sugar soda habit has helped her live a long and healthy life.
A surfer catches more than the perfect wave off the coast of southern California.
A 22-month-old is brought back to life after 90 minutes with no pulse.
No charges will be filed against a disabled veteran who shot two people who were allegedly attacking a pregnant woman.
Dramatic footage emerged online Wednesday of northern lights filmed during a severe solar storm that hit Earth Tuesday.
Check out this amazing video of a drone touring the world's largest cave.
The family of baby Lily Groesbeck, the infant found alive after nearly 14 hours in a partially submerged car, comment on the seemingly miraculous events surrounding her rescue and recovery.
In an effort to spread the word about eagle conservation, a conservation group set a world record for the "highest recorded bird flight from a man-made structure".
Dramatic footage from officer's lapel camera shows rescuers work to pull infant from partially submerged car.
Wild temperature swings make for tough race.
Actor Will Ferrell plays all nine positions for ten teams in five different baseball games during a charity event sponsored by Major League Baseball and HBO.
Pictures of huge alligator lounging on Florida golf course go viral.
Colorado boy receives postcard mailed by his late father seven years ago, several years prior to his death.
Wyoming high school students build life-size foosball game as part of lesson on geometry.
A 31-year-old man is in custody for arson charges after setting fire to his family home in alleged revenge towards his cheating wife.
Denver boys, one a cancer survivor, raise thousands for cancer research with their hot cocoa stand.
Utah rescuers say "distinct voice" pushed them to find baby alive in partially submerged car, 14 hours after crash that killed her mother.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon shuts down U. of Oklahoma chapter after racist video.
High school student scrambles to escape oncoming car on icy street, but ends up airborne when another car is sent crashing into her.
A bag of headless chickens have been found in a Sacramento, California park; the latest in a string of mutilated animals found in the area.
Oregon high school won't allow student to bring a 30-year-old married Las Vegas showgirl to prom as his date.
A wanted criminal in Hamilton, Ohio turns himself in after posting on his local police department's Facebook page.
A Iowa mother is teaching others better practices for those carrying a child and a firearm.
An ancient Buddha statue from China on display at Budapest's Natural History Museum revealed an extraordinary secret, a 1,000 year old mummified monk.
Erling Kindem celebrates his 90th birthday Sunday with his 4-year-old pal Emmett by his side. The pair rocketed to internet fame last summer.
Instead of making the principal angry, this year's senior prank at one Kansas high school has the administrator tearing up and feeling grateful.
Family shocked after ailing 2-year-old's photo becomes fodder for cyberbullies.
Llamas on the loose for nearly an hour
If you've ever wondered what a dog sees when he's romping through the snow, now you know!
Idaho lawmaker says his questions about female anatomy during the hearing for an abortion bill that quickly went viral were taken out of context.
An Iowa burger joint believes its new "Hellfire" burger will break a world record for spicy heat.
Homeless man seen pushing stuck drivers out of snow receives outpouring of support.
The annual Frostbite GOLF open was played this weekend on the ice of Presque Isle Bay by Erie, PA.
Louisiana guitar builder keeps blues tradition alive by crafting instruments out of old cigar boxes.
First grade teacher donates kidney to one of her students.
Natural fountain forms beautiful "ice volcano" in Castile, New York park.
Several animal heads stuffed in paper bags have been found in three Sacramento parks, leaving residents on edge.
Freezing conditions have turned a geyser at Letchworth State Park in Western New York into a five-story-tall icy volcano.
Kansas City man shocked to find live hawk in his bedroom.
Single father Greg Wickherst wins internet fame after conquering a charming task: styling his young daughter's hair.
Monkeys at the Lake Superior Zoo are now using iPads to create art and communicate with other animals.
Microsoft programmer is among 100 finalists for a proposed civilian outpost on Mars.
Nearly 100 teens storm Florida movie theater after being denied tickets to "50 Shades of Grey".
Visitors to a go-kart track and other businesses near a Sacramento, California drive-in were shocked to see "50 Shades of Grey" visible on the outdoor screen.
A team of researchers at Utah State University say spider silk may be the material of the future and they're using goats to help mass-produce it.
Florida high school disciplines student for saying "God Bless America".
Colorado treatment plant hopes to use brewery byproduct to help clean waste water.