For the first time in 30 years, the City of Amarillo is taking on the problem of too much rain.
Many in our area showed off their surfing skills today.
A couple of West Texas A & M Buffs are tackling the "Texas Wild" and they're documenting their every move.
Dozens of people will be repelling down a downtown building in for a good cause.
JBS USA Pork has agreed to buy the pork part of the Cargill Company for more than one-billion dollars.
Families are getting ready for the school year by registering for their respective schools.
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The Abilene Independent School District Board of Trustees announced Pampa Superintendent Dr. David Young as their finalist for the vacant superintendent position this evening at a special meeting.
Pumping efforts at McDonald Lake have brought water levels down quicker than anticipated.
Jackie Kingston, Kelly James and now we're trying to send Clint Brakebill Over the Edge of the Eagle Center.
McDonald's is having a burger contest.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
For the first time, Texas game wardens and state park police officers are included in the same training academy
Joe Taco is catering today's lunch and Insufficient Funds will provide the free entertainment.
Maj. David Blair, 3rd Special Operations Squadron assistant operations officer, built an interagency plan to counter human trafficking, which was awarded an innovation prize and acclaimed by the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Local events provide need support for sick and injured children.
This internship program has been key in helping students secure employment in the wind industry, upon obtaining their degree in this field.
The driving lane of US 287 in front of the new Pak-a-Sak construction site at 1310 Avenue F, NW will be closed beginning Thursday for approximately two weeks.
A Texas Senate panel will meet Wednesday to scrutinize Planned Parenthood practices in the aftermath of the release of undercover videos of the abortion provider's executives discussing fetal tissue donation.
As oilfield waste disposal wells proliferate in Texas, groundwater managers are keenly interested in where they're going and how carefully they construct them. And they're asking the industry and regulators for further help.
The state of Texas can't hide behind sovereign immunity to escape a lawsuit for denying birth certificates to U.S. citizen children of undocumented immigrants, some legal experts contend.
The city council approved an agreement that'll bring more than 300 new jobs to the panhandle.
Along with things like feasibility studies and funding for the local government corporation, the city is already invested in downtown development to the tune of $20.7 million, and that's a conservative estimate.
Downtown redevelopment was a hot topic, yet again, at today's city council meeting
More than one-million dollars is being granted to the city for health services
The Texas Alliance for Life, pro-life group, rallied on the steps of the Texas Capitol Tuesday morning in response to the recent videos released showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of aborted fetal organs.
A Potter County resident tests positive for West Nile Virus after participating in a local blood drive.
Hometown heroes on the High Plains will be better served as a new emergency center is being built.
The Clovis Police Department and the New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department began an investigation that led to the charges.
The initial investigation indicates that the 18-year-old driver of a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee swerved to miss a deer on US 385.
Sheriff Tim Glass was presented with the Greg McFarlin/Max Banks Lawman of the Year Award.
Several Amarillo attractions are helping with Stuff the Bus for the Eveline Rivers Christmas Project.
Donation to to support single parent families.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
Amarillo Firefighters put out a fire on the 700 block of S. Florida.
Amarillo ISD is installing a storm sewer line from Bowie Middle School to T-Anchor Lake as part of their school expansion program.
All you "choc-a-holic's" out there, it's your lucky day!
Another meeting to discuss downtown redevelopment brings people to the Civic Center, including a convention center expert.
According to rules established by Fox News Channel, only the top 10 candidates in the five most recent national polls will score an invitation to the debate.
A former Tascosa High School pitcher was signed last month by the New York Mets.
That decision was approved this morning at the Potter County commissioner's meeting.
Officials say the abatements will be 100-percent for 10-years.
31-year-old John Perez was indicted last week on two counts of indecency with a child and one county of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
An eight year old girl from Amarillo will now be featured on a local menu.
Construction of a transmission pipeline from Northeast 24th Avenue to the Osage Water Treatment Plant continues down Spring Street and is expected to turn west onto 12th Avenue on Tuesday, July 28.
The Golden Spread Council of Boy Scouts of America has selected Phillip Shipley as the new scout executive, effective Aug. 1.
A man is behind bars and three others injured after related assaults on Saturday near City View Elementary School.
Amarillo Police crime locations and offenses.
Today there are only 23 survivors of the U.S.S. Indianapolis left. For seventy years, each year at the end of July, they have a reunion in Indianapolis, IN. Mr. Cleatus Lebow of Memphis, TX is one of the survivors
One person dies in two vehicle wreck.
Former Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday launched an offensive against banks that are too big to fail, making a pitch for Wall Street reform.
University of Cincinnati police officer charged with murder after shooting unarmed motorist.
Congress still has lots of work to do as the House of Representatives prepares for summer break, and many worry their gridlock could put many projects, and even safety, at risk.
Minnesota dentist faces international scrutiny after killing beloved lion in Zimbabwe.
This enforcement action, which began July 23, is the latest effort by ICE to prioritize the arrest and removal of convicted criminal aliens.
It's no secret Texans love their burgers, especially Whataburger.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton confirmed on Wednesday that a video obtained by his office as part of its investigation into Planned Parenthood practices is “consistent” with other undercover videos released by an anti-abortion group.
A Texas police officer is credited with saving the life of a choking child.
False leads keep search crews busy as hope fades that Florida teens will be found alive.
Residents of a Wichita Falls, Texas neighborhood are on the lookout for a large boa constrictor that escaped its cage.
Florida's Orange County School District is using "Snaptrends" app to monitor social media posts made by both students and teachers.
Several Presidential candidates are on the road talking to voters about the issues, and there are a lot of them.
Oklahoma teen turns passion for custom footwear into a promising career.
According to research, the nation's capitol is expected to sink six inches or more over the next 100 years.
Following the controversial arrest and death of Sandra Bland in Waller County, a Houston lawmaker will convene a Texas House committee hearing Thursday to look at trooper arrest procedures and state jail standards.
Deluged with death threats and trying to dispel rumors that they covered up the real circumstances of Sandra Bland's death, Waller County officials released more booking and jail videos Tuesday.
Texas’ Republican leaders and environmentalists are both claiming victory Tuesday following an appeals court ruling that requires the federal government to ease limits on certain emissions for Texas and a dozen other states.
Secretary of State John Kerry testifies on controversial Iran nuclear deal.
Former prison employee Joyce Mitchell pleads guilty to helping two convicted murderers escape New York prison.
Parents say they believe 14-year-old boys missing in the Atlantic since Friday are still alive.
A grand jury will soon decide whether Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton should be indicted for securities fraud, but the battle for public opinion is already kicking into high gear.
Home prices continue to rise, but not as much some experts expected.
Researchers analyzed claims made in cosmetic ads and found that the majority of those claims were vague and many were outright lies.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, has picked up the endorsement of one of his home state's most prolific Tea Party activists.
The General Land Office’s contracting process is riddled with “significant weaknesses” that threatened the agency’s ability to ensure it is wisely spending its dollars, State Auditor John Keel said in a report made public Tuesday.
Crews comb huge area in search for 14-year-old boys missing since their boat capsized off the Florida coast last week.
Houston parents say their daughter's second degree burns were the result of a nurse microwaving a diaper full of water and applying it to the baby's foot in an attempt to conduct a blood test.
The remains of 388 sailors from the U.S.S. Oklahoma killed during Pearl Harbor have been exhumed in an effort to finally identify them.
Young Oklahoma boys hospitalized with severe sunburns after daycare trip to water park where no sunscreen was applied.
New Mexico 911 dispatcher on leave after hanging up on a caller's tearful plea for help after her friend is fatally shot.
Work on all kinds of transit projects could come to a halt if the House and Senate can't pass a transportation bill by Friday.
Pentagon says it has spend more than $3.2 billion fighting ISIS.
WalletHub compared the quality of education in the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia by analyzing 13 key metrics that range from student-teacher ratios to standardized-test scores to dropout rates.
A sharp increase in heat-related deaths and storm-related losses. A significant decrease in worker productivity and crop yields. A new climate change study paints a bleak picture for Texas over the coming decades — if nothing is done to address the much-debated warming trend. And not everyone is buying it.
As Congress barrels toward a Friday deadline to fund the nation’s highway system, transportation experts across the country are responding to ever-tighter budgets with simple but significant cost-saving changes.
More than 2,000 undocumented women and children being held in "deplorable" conditions at federal immigration detention centers are supposed to be released under a recent federal judge's order. But how long that takes and what happens to them next remains unclear, attorneys say.
Across Texas, tens of thousands of students have earned enough college credit for an associate degree without knowing it. A new project led by the University of Texas at Austin hopes to track them down.
Legislators on the Senate Health and Human Services Committee are being offered the chance to view a video obtained by the Texas Attorney General's Office as part of its inquiry into Planned Parenthood's practices regarding fetal tissue donation.
Auto manufacturer faces $105-million fine and must offer to buy back Ram trucks as part of massive safety recall.
President Obama criticizes increasingly harsh statements of GOP candidates, which many believe is being fueled by Donald Trump's rise in popularity.
Albuquerque beekeeper denies his bees are the ones swarming his neighborhood, stinging neighbors and trapping some in their homes.
The prosecutor in the Sandra Bland death investigation said Monday he has appointed an outside group of lawyers to review the evidence in the case to ensure that Waller County remains "an open book."
44-percent of Americans admit to smoking pot.
Voting starts tomorrow to pick one of Lay's chips new flavors.
A couple of new polls show support for Donald Trump is rising.
The Boy Scouts of America is expected to officially end its ban on gay scout leaders today.
A competitive Democratic presidential primary made voter turnout surge in 2008. A competitive Republican primary could do the same in 2016.
The anti-abortion group behind two undercover videos of Planned Parenthood executives discussing fetal tissue donation visited one of the organization’s clinics in Houston, Planned Parenthood officials said.
In the span of 10 minutes on Sunday afternoon, Texas's two senators engaged in what was — by Senate standards — a tough exchange on the chamber’s floor.
A growing number of Texans are seeking treatment for methamphetamine addiction, reversing a downward trend in abuse in the state since a 2006 federal law banned over-the-counter sales of medicine containing pseudoephedrine.
Sports mascots from across the country converge on Topeka's Washburn University to polish their skills.
Suspected serial killer's former roommate describes his arsenal and behavior during the eight years he rented a room from her.
Florida repo man shocked to find 10-month-old girl in backseat of SUV; father facing charges.
Satanic Temple unveils huge bronze statue in Detroit that they eventually plan to place next to a Ten Commandments monument in Arkansas.
Poolside Cabana goes up in flames, prompting evacuation at the Cosmopolitan.
Preparations for Clinton, Montana's annual "Testicle Festival" are underway.
Iraq war veteran runs into burning home to rescue children inside.
Large bear eats bag of dog food in Florida woman's garage, then settles in for a nap on her lawn.
A new type of Bed and Breakfast is opening in Seattle, a marijuana-themed "bud'n breakfast."
Utah Highway Patrol Trooper David Schiers says he's lucky to be alive after being hit by a hydroplaning car at an earlier crash site.
Good Samaritan and firefighters work together to save dog that nearly drowned at Tampa, Florida dog park.
Tennessee is pulling the plug on an anti-drunk driving campaign widely criticized as sexist and inappropriate.
Teen spends days walking through Washington wilderness after surviving small plane crash.
Missouri seamstress creates custom capes and superhero costumes for children battling severe illnesses.
California officials release gruesome details of inmate during May prison riot.
Kansas police officer buys diapers, food, and other supplies for mother of six caught shoplifting basic necessities.
Are the "Minion" toys currently available in McDonald's Happy Meals cursing at children?
Firefighters, Good Samaritans and witnesses describe chaotic scene where two young women leaped from burning Georgia apartment building.
Video of a homeless man playing piano outside of a Florida restaurant goes viral; now he's hoping it will help him reunite with his son.
An eruption on the side of the sun was captured earlier this month by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
Police say distracted driver didn't notice bridge was rising prior to incredible jump.
Nevada woman gives birth while lost in Nevada's Plumas National Forest, spending three days alone with newborn daughter.
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.