Clovis Police Investigating Possible Misconduct
Two people are stabbed after a couple of teens are allegedly caught trespassing at a home near Westgate Mall.
The 20-year-old victim had been brought to the hospital in a private vehicle. The person that brought him to the hospital left before officers arrived.
The 26-year-old victim was shot in the leg and arm. He was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
It's at 6.7-percent for August, up from 6.6-percent in July.
Sgt. Soto is serving in the Marine Corps and volunteered to go to Afghanistan.
90th Anniversary season features world premiere performances and world renowned artists.
Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. at 6709 Woodward.
A federal jury in Georgia has found three people guilty in connection to a salmonella outbreak that killed nine people and sickened hundred five years ago.
The illegal drugs were allegedly being transported from Phoenix, to Oklahoma City.
Good Friday afternoon everyone.
The State Board of Education (SBOE) announced today that 15 Texans who provide hundreds of hours of volunteer service to Texas public schools will be honored with the Heroes for Children award at the SBOE meeting on Friday, Sept. 19.
The Friends of the Amarillo Public Library Book Sale begins September 19th with Friends Only night from 6:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
Thousands of Traffic Citations issued in Houston are being thrown out.
Cielo Wind Power and EDF Renewable Energy are making a couple of generous donations.
More than 40 known former Prisoners of War in our area have been invited to the VA for a special lunch in their honor on September 19th.
Every year, the National Golden Spur Award recognizes the lifetime achievements of the nation's top rancher.
The Amarillo Zoo is hosting it's fall volunteer training class on Saturday, September 20th.
2 Amarillo men are arrested after an early morning break in.
The Defense Department says the annual event honors POWs, the missing and their families.
A state judge on Thursday decided not to bar the Texas Racing Commission from installing historical racing machines — but the commission’s legal fight is not over.
Canyon hosted Tascosa at Kimbrough
Local doctors explain the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
Justin Ortiz is being held on a $45,000 bond.
The High Plains Food Bank says this is a good time to get involved and help by not only donating, but also by volunteering and supporting programs.
Gary Pitner officially resigned yesterday as president of the Local Government Corporation.
TxDOT had a free car seat check at the fire station on 45th this afternoon.
The City of Amarillo’s River Road and Hollywood Road wastewater treatment facilities were recognized with Peak Performance Awards during the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA)’s 2014 Summer Conference and 44th Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon.
Bugs, Needing to Toss Out Unsafe Food, Needing to Clean, and More
Most districts got C-averages or below.
There is a public meeting at 5:30 p.m. at Hillside Christian Church.
"Voting by mail is a convenient way to cast your ballot in Oklahoma without having to worry about lines on Election Day," Oklahoma State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said.
"It's been a pleasure working at West Texas A&M University," Weaver said.
Amarillo ranks No. 16 on Forbes’ list of 19 Opportunity Cities, published today on Forbes.com. The only other Texas cities are Lubbock and El Paso.
Race for the Cure - September 27th - $30 for Adults - $20 for Kids - www.komenamarillo.org
Nathaniel Medina was placed under arrest for money laundering, a third-degree felony, and booked into the Carson County Jail.
Amarillo Police arrest 41-year-old Walter Jason Ray and 30-year-old Antwon Lee Brown after police find them in a stolen vehicle.
Authorities are looking for George Contreras Jr.
There were calls to the Clovis Police Department involving vehicle damage, theft, and arson dating back to July.
The first debate of the Texas governor's race will be held Friday night in Edinburg in the Rio Grande Valley. It will be a rare opportunity for Democrat Wendy Davis, trailing in the polls, to directly confront Republican Greg Abbott, who has only appeared in one formal statewide debate in his long career. Abbott, the front-runner, has the most to lose in the encounter.
For mineral owners, making sure oil and gas operators pay what they promise can prove incredibly difficult, as shown in a case the Texas Supreme Court will soon decide.
Irate Residents Force Commissioners to Reconsider Proposed Increase
Casie Stoughton, BSN, RN, CPH, has been promoted to Director of Public Health for the Amarillo Bi-City-County Health District.
Some of the top cowboys and cowgirls in the country will be at the Tri-State Fair tonight.
If you want to make sure your kids are riding safely you can head over to fire station number 13 tomorrow.
Beverly Zearley's music classes presented patriotic songs.
The theme for this year's event is be Disaster Aware, Take Action To Prepare.
Clovis Police say they take misconduct allegations seriously.
Midland International Airport received its spaceport license in Washington D.C. Wednesday making it the first primary commercial service airport to be certified by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Early voting will begin October 20 and run through October 31.
A nine year-old from Wichita Falls is starting a peanut butter and jelly drive with the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank because she wants all kids to be able to enjoy a PB&J.
Three sixth graders admit to bringing alcohol into one ECISD school, according to district officials.
An Abilene man is accused of using children to sell his drugs near a local elementary school.
An Abilene man and his wife have been arrested after police found their two malnourished three-year-olds.
Kelsey Taylor and her two kids were this year's recipients of the 2014 Home for Heroes house.
French jets strike ISIS targets in Iraq; work on broader coalition continues.
Customers around the globe line up for the new iPhone 6.
Police say Florida man murdered his daughter and six grandchildren before taking his own life.
Carnival worker accused of sexual assault severely beaten in two incidents inside New Mexico jail.
A report by the investigative arm of congress, The Government Accountability Office, shows the website still has room for improvement.
The boost will be between $20,000 and $35,000.
The Texas labor market added 20,100 seasonally adjusted total non-farm jobs in August. Over the year, employers expanded their payrolls by 395,200 total non-farm jobs.
Four years after fleeing Somalia, Dekha Hassan-Mohamed is living in El Paso after winning an asylum claim and bucking a national trend. Her lawyer is seeking the same protection for another client who fled Nigeria. Both women are grateful for the new chapters of their lives in El Paso.
Texas played host to the toll road industry's annual conference this week, and local and state leaders made clear to the more than 900 people in attendance that the state expected to pursue more toll projects.
In response to an open records request, the University of Texas at Austin on Thursday released dozens of recommendation letters written by lawmakers and other individuals that were initially sent to University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa.
State Board of Education members said Thursday that they hoped to persuade regulators overseeing the teaching profession to reconsider a decision made against raising the minimum GPA for educator certification programs.
An Abilene Police Officer saves a woman's life by performing CPR until paramedics arrive outside the Taylor County Courthouse.
A lobbyist speaking in the Permian Basin warned that a ban on hydraulic fracturing in Denton, Tex. could also have an effect on other cities in Texas.
Michael Vanalstine pleaded guilty to injury to a child.
Centers for Disease Control officials and other health professionals discuss this year's vaccine and flu season outlook.
Pennsylvania State Trooper killed in bloody ambush laid to rest as manhunt for his killer continues.
Hydrocodone products moving to more-restrictive Schedule II class
Driver left in shock after watching kittens being thrown from a moving car.
California firefighters struggle to contain rapidly expanding "King" wildfire.
Infant found alive after flood waters destroy his home, washing him from his crib.
The Senate debates whether or not to arm Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS.
A club in Cape Coral, Florida planned to host a "lingerie party" targeting teens as young as 16-years-old.
A Mobile, Alabama Mardi Gras group is doing everything it can to distance itself from the militant group ISIS.
Though unproven, it has provided some promise in fighting a disease with no approved drug to treat it.
A Lubbock woman sued Lubbock police on Wednesday in federal court claiming excessive force and false arrest.
A Wichita Falls man is recovering in the Wichita County Jail this evening after breaking into a home and getting stabbed with a spear by the homeowner.
After a summer that brought little relief from the drought, the small town of Gordon in Palo Pinto County is just one of many Texas communities still facing a difficult task: find new water or go dry.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples has been selected to head up the Texas Oil and Gas Association (TXOGA) – the state’s largest and oldest petroleum group, sources say.
Addressing concerns that Common Core teaching standards were leaking into Texas' classrooms, the State Board of Education voted Wednesday in support of amending its rules to clarify that teachers are required to teach to the state curriculum — even when teaching an Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate course.
More than 100 buildings have been lost and hundreds more remain in danger as several wildfires continue to burn across California.
President Obama once again vows to "degrade and destroy" ISIS, but insists he won't be pulled into another ground war in Iraq.
Forensic artist says recently discovered image of Billy The Kid is real, making it only the second authentic photo of the legendary outlaw.
The Lower Colorado River Authority approved a new plan on Wednesday to manage the Colorado River and its reservoirs, known as the Highland Lakes.
Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday invited Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to witness for himself the operations of the National Guard patrolling the Texas side of the Rio Grande.
Wildfire destroys or damages more than 150 homes and other buildings in Weed, California; kitten found alive in the ashes.
A historical bible is back in the quarters of Fort Concho after 130 years.
President Obama heads to Tampa to get a briefing from Central Command while Congress prepares to vote to arm Syrian rebels.
‘More than a decade since I first arrived in the United States Senate, the chamber has become unrecognizable. What had traditionally been a forum for thoughtful debate of principled ideas has gradually devolved into a venue for carefully orchestrated theater…Republicans remain committed to tackling our country’s biggest challenges and promoting greater prosperity for all Americans.’
The NFL's abuse scandals could cost it the female fans it has spent millions courting.
A police chase overnight leads to one suspect stabbed with a spear
An Andrews family can't believe Valerie Stover is gone. Now they warn parents about the danger of bullying, and to be alert for the signs.
Employees of an Abilene Chick-fil-A say they are used to seeing customers pay it forward, but they never expected to see such a large act of generosity as they did on Monday night.
Midland school officials and area businesses are excited about a planned high school program that will focus on preparing high schoolers to work in the region's booming oil industry. The program would meet new high school requirements while satisfying the job needs of the community.
The Texas A&M University System's board of regents has approved the establishment of the cryptically named Area 41 Institute — a think tank it hopes will play a significant role in legislative policymaking.
A 38-year-old Arlington woman is scheduled to be executed in Texas on Wednesday for the starvation death of her girlfriend’s son. Lisa Ann Coleman would be the the sixth woman to be executed in the state since 1982.
Wedding party that disappeared in Mexico in the wake of Hurricane Odile finds their way home.
Minnesota 3-year-old's emotional reunion with his National Guard mother warms hearts.
Miniature poodle chases bear away from Pennsylvania family's home.
Students outraged by bloody "vintage" Kent State shirt offered by Urban Outfitters.
KFOR chopper pilot John Welsh uses his bird's-eye-view to help police nab carjacking suspect.
Sister Station WCIA News Anchor Dave Benton said, "I've found out a few weeks ago, my brain cancer is back. But, I've learned more about what the future holds."
Arkansas woman shocked to find large python on her front porch.
Police find 50 dead cats in freezer of suspected child molester, dozens more living in house.
New billboard takes aim at hateful messages spread by Westboro Baptist Church.
Photo of Indianapolis police officer giving homeless man a new pair of boots goes viral.
Woman wears colander in driver's license photo, calls it religious head wear.
Indiana mother missing for two months found caged in Indiana mobile home.
Austin Beerworks releases massive 7-foot long "99 Pack" of beer.
Students at North Carolina's Cape Fear Community College say allowing male and females to "go" side-by-side is no big deal.
Young Siamangs and their mating calls are a huge hit at Kentucky's Louisville Zoo.
Oregon family's Great Dane eats 43 socks.
Chef bans ketchup from his Florida restaurant.
Phoenix mother arrested after leaving children in car during job interview reunited with her family.
Visually impaired runner circles the United States to raise awareness of cystic fibrosis.
Rare blue lobster finds a new home at the Maine State Aquarium.
Kentucky man accused of killing fellow jail inmate with underpants soaked in methadone.
Canadian couple sells everything and set off on 1,000 day canoe journey.
Woman reunited with bulldog stolen eight years ago.
Veteran who lost friend to suicide ups the "ice bucket" challenge ante, voluntarily taking a blast of mace to the face, then waterboarding, to raise awareness of PTSD.
Tennessee student says she was suspended after saying "bless you" after fellow student sneezed, then arguing with teacher over freedom of speech.
An earthquake rattles the studio during KAUT's morning broadcast.
Thieves steal Bibles from Kentucky couple's van.
Tennessee realtors work to assure clients a home they're offering for sale isn't haunted.
California dance studio joins push to add pole dancing as an Olympic sport.
Family's "joke" photos showing baby in roasting pan and with pacifier taped to her mouth trigger investigation.
Security cameras show flash flood waters rip through a Nebraska hospital.
Kansas City Police officer shows off his best moves in dance-off with kids.
Arizona restaurant serves what may be the world's spiciest burger, but not until you sign a waiver.
Dog abandoned by its owner adopted by Wrigley chewing gum heiress after sad tale goes viral.
Thief steals nearly $1-million in luxury items from Texas woman's three story, 3,000 square foot closet.
Mother angry that her child was forced to sit on the floor as punishment.
An Orlando middle school teacher left his home July 4 to spend a month living as a homeless person to see what life is truly like for the homeless.
There are reports of teens around the US participating in a dangerous activity. It's called "The Fire Challenge" and already, it's led to at least three reports of young people suffering serious burns.
Thieves slam truck into Texas beauty store, then make off with thousands of dollars in hair weaves.
Paralyzed puppy gets a second chance at life when caring community steps forward.
Popular California eater says they'll no longer serve children, saying they're hurting business.
Women trapped on bridge lay down on tracks as train passes over them.
Recently adopted shelter dog alerts family to burglary, helps cops nab repeat offenders.
Houston burglar crawls through doggy door.
An Ohio veteran is fighting a local ordinance that threatens the “therapy ducks” that he claims help ease his PTSD.
Family removed from Southwest Airlines plane after tweeting about gate agent’s rude behavior.
If your loved was diagnosed with cancer, you would want to help them get the most out of life, right? But what if it's a four-legged friend?
Woman finds long-lost veteran funeral flag in Odessa, TX tracks down family in North Carolina.
Father-Daughter hair-styling video racks up tens of thousands of hits on YouTube.
Workers hired to clean out a vacant house in Florida, threw out what they thought was a mannequin. Turns out, it was a body.