AMARILLO -- Four churches are coming together for those in need in Downtown Amarillo.
According to the Department of Defense, the Defense Logistics Agency or DLA potentially overpaid Bell about $9-million for spare parts.
The study also says that the average American loses just more than 11-years of their potential life due to alcohol.
Troopers say 32-year-old Justin Bryant was headed west when his semi skidded into the center median.
Officers found two suspects in the area. Police took Ernesto Manuel Ponce Jr., 17, and another juvenile into custody.
President Obama visits Texas to discuss ongoing immigration crisis.
On June 30, an employee at Jims Auto & Salvage on Highway 54 found the owner James Edward Vitkowski lying on the floor inside his business.
Volunteer fire departments across the High Plains and Texas can no longer look to the U.S. Military for used equipment.
To sign up for the Alex O'Brien Tennis Foundation Match Play Challenge, visit www.aobtf.org before August 1st. Entry is $15
Good Wednesday evening.
Schroder will represent Region 16 as its nominee for the 2014 Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Texas Superintendent of the Year.
Meetings scheduled July 10-Aug. 20
The fire caused an estimated $15-20 million in damages.
President Obama heads to Texas, but he's not going to the border.
Entertainment is provided by Amarillo Opera Artists in Training & Summer Youth Musical “Oliver”. Chick-Fil-A is catering.
The population of Texas could nearly double by 2050, prompting some to worry that not enough is being done to avoid a future traffic nightmare and the drag on the economy that could come with it. Transportation officials say the state is billions of dollars short of what it needs to maintain traffic at current levels.
The once five story fire at Town Square Village is contained.
New Objectives and Opportunities at Amarillo Animal Management & Welfare.
The transaction is expected to close on July 31, 2014.
Subsidiaries of E.On and GE are teaming up to not only own but also operate a new wind farm under construction in the Texas Panhandle.
George Zuniga and Irma Carrasco were both indicted.
Two recent cases of Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome were confirmed in residents of the Texas Panhandle and South Plains, bringing the years total to three.
There has been five cases of the hanta virus in Oklahoma since 1993.
President Obama asks Congress for $3.7 billion to address growing immigration crisis.
New Mexico State Police; Motor Transportation Police; and Special Investigations Division were very proactive in making it a safe one for New Mexico residents and visitors.
Justin Young, with the High Plains Food Bank Garden knows a thing or two about backyard chickens.
Clovis Police Officers say the death is suspicious due to the amount of blood found on the victim and the fact the house should have been vacant. Officials are investigating the death as a homicide at this time.
People interested in receiving care may call for an appointment at (806) 356-4659.
An 18-wheeler hit a SUV on the right passenger side.
Since 2008 Xcel Energy has contributed a total of $54,000 to Buckner for the support of families served by Buckner Family Place in Amarillo.
Troopers say the driver of a van stopped at a stop sign and pulled in front of an oncoming SUV.
As the state's 15-year higher education plan comes to an end, some objectives in key areas — including college enrollment among certain ethnic groups and degrees awarded in math and science — are unlikely to be met. The state's plan has been credited with preventing a discouraging tide from getting worse in higher education.
While the federal and state governments squabble over what to do about immigrant children on the Texas-Mexico border, Gov. Rick Perry is scoring political points on an issue of high importance to Republican voters.
Texas used a three-drug lethal injection cocktail for nearly three decades. But since 2011, a dwindling drug supply has forced Texas and other states to find other drugs to administer the death penalty.
The owner of three Amarillo strip clubs agrees to pay several employees more than $300,000.
There's a chicken problem in Canyon and the city is looking to solve it.
Town Square Village burns in SW Amarillo
The investigation indicated that an ex-husband had fired one or more shots at interior doorknobs while inside the home. Small fragment of metal that came from one of the bullet impacts hit the victim.
During the traffic stop, the trooper discovered 10 bundles of methamphetamine in the vehicle.
Lawmakers only have a brief window to address the growing immigration crisis.
Gov. Rick Perry on Monday offered to rearrange his schedule this week if President Obama is willing meet privately with him to discuss at length the continuing surge of illegal crossings at the border.
Police arrested 27-year-old Nicholas Foust at a house on the 1,000 block of SW 14th.
Following the drowning of two foster children on Sunday, the Department of Family and Protective Services has halted placements by a state contractor that was responsible for overseeing the children’s care.
More than 1,000 combined hours have gone into renovations at Conner Park in Canyon. Jacob Sappington, Christian Edwards and Garrett Andrews were all working towards becoming Eagle Scouts this spring.
The employee caught the suspect and held him at gunpoint until officers could arrive.
Kevin Small was booked into the Potter County Detention Center for assault on a public servant, resisting arrest, failure to identify, and pedestrian in roadway.
The issue has been highly controversial because the federal government listed the Lesser Prairie Chicken as a threatened species and some are encouraging the federal government to list it as endangered. Such listings carry a regulatory burden.
The last of eight defendants in a big cocaine bust pleaded guilty last week in Lubbock. Federal prosecutors described it as a “cocaine distribution conspiracy that operated in Mexico and in Lubbock, Borger and Odessa.”
The officers booked 58-year-old Earman Eugene Gilbreath into the Potter County Detention Center on a charge of burglary of a vehicle with two or more previous convictions.
Mass hire for 150 new jobs kicks off today at First Baptist Church.
Smallpox is a highly contagious and deadly disease that's been wiped out since 1980.
Strong line of Tuesday evening storms leave damage from DC to New York, blamed for at least four deaths.
The city of Wichita Falls has announced that the reuse project water is now a part of the city's drinking water.
Jodey Arrington has formally announced his candidacy in the Special Election to replace State Senator Robert Duncan (R--Lubbock).
University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa issued a statement on Wednesday announcing that UT-Austin President Bill Powers will resign effective June 2, 2015. Last week, Cigarroa had asked Powers to resign or face firing at Thursday's board of regents meeting.
Drivers paid $3.67 a gallon on average over the Independence Day weekend, the highest since 2008.
League City votes to ban housing of undocumented immigrant children.
Houston officials tour school eyed as possible shelter site; neighbors worry about impact on area.
Good Samaritans pull child from sweltering pickup truck in Albuquerque.
A 93-year-old woman is not letting age or being legally blind stop her bowling for her team.
Nearly four years after BP awarded Gov. Rick Perry's office $5 million for recovery projects in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, most of the money remains unspent. Now, the company is asking Texas for its money back.
More than 20 years after the Texas Legislature passed a law establishing a 24-hour work safety hotline, real people are answering the telephone calls around the clock.
CerRx, Inc. has announced that it has been awarded a grant of $1.1M to support cancer research.
Simple precautions can help parents avoid deadly mistakes.
President Obama requests more money to deal with the crisis on the border.
UT System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa on Monday attributed his recent request that UT-Austin President Bill Powers resign or be fired to "a breakdown of communication, collegiality, trust and a willingness to work together."
UPDATED: A woman who sued a border-area hospital and agents with U.S. Customs and Border Protection after being subjected to what she argued was an unwarranted body cavity search for drugs has settled part of the lawsuit for $1.1 million.
Every summer, consumers hear the refrain - if you want to save on your energy bill, turn up the thermostat. But there are other ways to trim costs. Karin Caifa looks at alternative tips to save energy and money in today's Consumer Watch.
Lawmakers only have a brief window to address the growing immigration crisis.
The Pew Research Center's Political Typology Report shows these people are not registered to vote, they don't give money to candidates and generally don't follow government and public affairs.
2-year-old found locked in car outside of El Paso, Texas Home.
UPDATED: The chairs of a House committee have reminded University of Texas System leaders that they were instructed not to oust UT-Austin President Bill Powers while lawmakers investigate one of the system's regents.
University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa will confer with the system's board of regents on Thursday about how to handle University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers' refusal to resign this year.
The former Burleson district attorney who sent Anthony Graves to death row in 1994 will now face a formal hearing on allegations prosecutorial misconduct by the State Bar of Texas.
The fees help fund TSA airport security efforts.
Thousands of undocumented immigrants, mostly children, have been streaming across the US Mexico border in recent months.
Retailers are offering back to school sales sooner than ever before.
Florida Women accused of running multi-million dollar baby formula theft ring.
Could U.S. convenience stores be a link in the terror financing chain? Deborah Feyerick reports.
He's faced criticism for not meeting victims earlier in his 16-month papacy.
Dow Chemical's struggles to secure enough water supplies for its growing operations in Texas have sparked concerns about whether the state's diminishing natural resources can accommodate its exploding population and economy. Critics, including Dow, say Texas is falling behind in planning properly for its water future.
The experts say the state has plenty of tax revenue coming in, thanks to a thriving economy. Even so, lawmakers are asking state agencies to propose budget cuts before next year's legislative session.
Texas' historic shale drilling boom continues to boost the state's economy, but analysts say increased production is providing only modest relief to drivers at the pump.
North Carolina coast feels first effects of Hurricane Arthur.
The drop has surprised some experts, who expected rates to start rising once the Federal Reserve began to cut back on its purchases of treasury bonds and mortgage backed securities.
The porn ad ban comes a year after Google decided to remove blogs from its blogger network that contained advertisements for online porn sites.
According to Texas A&M Forest Service Prevention Specialist Jan Amen, 90 percent of wildfires are started by humans, so it is imperative to be mindful of the risk of starting a fire - even with recent rainfall.
Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday doubled down on his stance that tens of thousands of children crossing into Texas illegally from Central America should be sent back to their countries without delay.
The report also showed a slight drop in unemployment, down from 6.3 percent to 6.1 percent in May.
Texas has first-ever specialized ambulance for possible stroke victims.
One was reported last week, but now health officials are worried for people that may have been exposed to the illness at the Bonzai Japanese Steak House and Sushi Bar in Abilene
A fireworks-related explosion in Comanche has taken the life of one person, and injured several others.
19-year-old Colorado woman accused of attempting to join ISIS forces fighting in Syria.
North Carolina’s outer banks prepare for Hurricane Arthur’s arrival.
From the grocery store to the gas pumps, Americans will spend more to celebrate July Fourth this year.
Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams has effectively overruled a vote by the State Board of Education to deny an Arizona-based charter school's expansion into the Dallas area.
Tensions increase as immigration centers overflow; calls for reform continue.
The Carolinas are keeping a watchful eye on Tropical Storm Arthur as the storm pushes north.
T-Mobile accused of charging customers for 'hundreds of millions' of dollars in bogus fees.
According to the poll, Ronald Reagan (at 35%) tops the list of the best president since WWII, with 18% saying Bill Clinton was best, followed by John F. Kennedy and Obama each at 8%.
Former laboratory research beagles experience freedom for the first time.
911 dispatcher keeps her calm when she realizes the emergency on her line involves her 14-month-old son.
Police say prostitute faked heroin overdose in attempt to cover up client's killing.
Nebraska man says he’s not a racist after 4th of July parade float sparks backlash.
Florida couple claim they were held hostage in their home by crazed house cat.
Drought helps Texas woman reunite with class ring she lost 60 years ago.
Farmer’s iPhone dropped into a grain bin in Oklahoma winds up in Japan.
Family kicked out of restaurant because of 4-year-old’s sleeveless t-shirt.
Nearly everyone is armed at Shooter's Grill in the tiny town of Rifle, Colorado.
A prominent California winemaker is quickly gaining fame for another skill.
Pet store owner vows to eat dog food for 30 days to promote healthy pet feeding habits.
Man bends door of burning SUV to free driver trapped inside.
Indiana fire crews struggle to extinguish blaze after train erupts in flames on bridge over the Ohio River.
Bride-to-be and her best friend injured leaping from burning apartment, still pull off perfect wedding.
Dog unearths human remains and creepy doll fragments in backyard.
Man claiming to be from the planet "Zoltron" leaps onto moving police cruiser.
A man in Albuquerque claims to have found an apple with an image of Jesus on it.
Georgia man survives lightning strike that knocked him out of his shoes.
Woman leaps into lion cage at Memphis Zoo, singing as she tosses cookies to the big cats.
22-month-old Michigan boy found safe after hours alone in the wilderness.
Canine controversy: Chinese festival serves up dog meat.
Florida mom accused of branding children so she would “know they were hers”.
SUV goes airborne after slamming into a truck and trailer parked on the side of I-70 near Topeka, Kansas.
14-year-old boy rescues elderly man & pet dog from apartment fire.
Man rescues 15-month-old baby spotted crawling down Georgia road.
Restaurant apologizes to young dog mauling victim asked to leave their restaurant because of scars; pledges $30K for medical bills.
Police dash cam shows massive fuel tank explosion and debris raining down after wards.
Parents and students complain after Arizona high school censors senior yearbook quotes.
After months of lying and 29 days in jail, the charade is over for 34-year-old Charity Johnson.
Thief Steals Wedding Gifts While Couple Celebrates.
Surfers and kayakers seek thrills on the rapids of the Colorado River.
Detroit's "Big 3" automakers are expected to announce multi-million dollar donation aimed at saving the city's precious art collection.
Marine Adopts dog that served beside him four years ago in Afghanistan.
12-year-old Utah boy saves choking friend using Heimlich maneuver he'd just learned.
Washington jewelry store "completely wiped out" by professional thieves.
Excited puppy accused of knocking owner's car into gear, sending it crashing into pond.
Dad returns from Afghanistan just in time for daughter's last day of school.
The Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator spacecraft, shaped like a science-fiction flying saucer, could launch from Hawaii later this week.
When Delia Walker Turned 95, She Said If I Ever Make It To A 100-Years-Old, I Will Be Dancing On A Table At My Party. She Kept The Promise.
Clerk, store owner, and customer draw guns and open fire when confronted by three armed robbers.
After a 6th grader from Virginia recovered from a broken arm, ht thought of a way to help other kids recovering from injury, battling cancer or suffering from depression. Now his whole class is helping to make mini-pillows with uplifting messages inside.
Officials in one Utah school district are standing by their decision to edit some of the photographs in the high school's yearbook. It's a decision that has drawn much criticism.
Tennessee man fills his yard with life-like dinosaur statues.
School Officials apologize for sanctioning senior prank that got out of hand.
Inspired by the hidden cash game playing out in California, a group of friends start their own game in Boulder, Colorado.
Florida mansion complete with a replica of the Starship Enterprise bridge is on the market.
Camera rolls as tornado slams into North Dakota oil worker camp.
Tennessee woman finds religious image inside broken garden gnome.
Los Angeles Dodgers prospect Alex Guerrero suffers gruesome bite to the ear in dugout scuffle with minor-league teammate.
They call themselves Freegans and they live off other people's garbage.