A man trying to possibly hide his identity, now behind bars for drugs.
Good Thursday morning folks.
One item on the New Mexico ballot could benefit local colleges.
Prosecution Plays Recording of Informant
Amarillo High takes on Tascosa Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Three people are arrested in connection with several Tucumcari arsons in September, including a former police officer.
An Amarillo man has been indicted on ten counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child and a count of injury to a child.
Christopher Chesser was later transported and booked into the Randall County Jail on a charge of Burglary with intent to commit assault on a family member.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs your help finding someone who stole construction equipment.
If the tuition increase goes into effect, students who enroll in 2016 would pay more.
It's part of the Amarillo Community Development's Consolidated Plan.
Amarillo Pediatric Dentistry is offering to buy Halloween candy from kids to send it to soldiers overseas.
Reports of scams against Xcel Energy customers in Texas and New Mexico picked up again in August and September after falling in the early part of the summer.
Frank Abagnale is the main character of the book, movie and Broadway play "Catch Me If You Can."
Vicky Scott was the keynote speaker.
Early voting ends this Friday.
Election day is Tuesday.
Governor Perry has extended the drought declaration for much of Texas.
The Fritch and Amarillo Fire Department are helping you with smoke detectors and batteries.
Former San Antonio gang member Miguel Angel Paredes was executed Tuesday for his role in a 2002 slaying that left three people dead.
WT Wide Receiver Allegedly Found to have Committed Academic Fraud
An investigation is underway after cheating allegations surface between two WT football players.
Kids got to trick-or-treat and learn a little science.
The finale to Jazztober is in the books.
Now he spends his time as one of the top fraud prevention experts.
Fair housing improvements and issues were put on the table tonight in a fair housing study.
The lead investigator into the murder of Dr. Joseph Sonnier, Garland Timms, testified on Tuesday – day two of the trial of Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon.
Fritch residents consider alcohol sales during this years election.
The owner of the vehicle told police that he caught a suspect attempting to steal his 2004 Chevrolet Malibu, but that he had interrupted the theft and she walked away from the area.
A temporary hiring center has opened at 1944 Civic Circle in Amarillo.
Spring Creek ISD is planning to increase the maintenance and operations tax rate by eight cents.
The Centers for Disease Control says they're setting up monitoring systems.
Officials say Charles Davis Jr. was found missing during a routine check.
24-year-old Shaniece Anderson was arrested Friday and booked into the Potter County Jail.
Guest speakers like State Representative Four Price discussed the current state of mental health care and ways to improve mental health care on the high plains and across the state.
Area schools and the community are invited to view the ofrendas October 28 through October 31 at the museum. WT students will provide a gallery talk, and interactive art activities will be available for children attending.
Attorney General Greg Abbott and State Senator Dan Patrick paid a visit to Amarillo today.
Amarillo Police asked the school to do the lockout as a precaution.
APD arrest 25-year-old Ashleigh Daniels on evading charges and 2 outstanding Endangering a Child warrants. Additional charges are pending.
The republican candidate for Texas Comptroller pays a visit to Amarillo, today.
We're about a week away from the November elections and Wildorado ISD has a $13 million dollar bond on the November ballot.
Opening Statements and Day 1 Testimony
Detectives used fingerprints and a stolen iPad to find the suspect.
Canyon Police are wearing body cameras now to help with investigations.
Campbell holds active felony warrants out of Moore County for injury to a child.
Local volunteers are honored for their services to our community.
During the Stratford game, the Canadian Band decked out with pink plumes, gloves, and arm bands.
Ten brands of baby wipes are being recalled nationwide because they may be contaminated with bacteria.
Escapee from TDCJ in Swisher County may be in Amarillo area. More Information
The proposed changes would apply only to new fiscal year 2016 enrollees and to those whose current guaranteed tuition and fee plans end at the end of fiscal year 2015.
November 1st will mark the one year anniversary since Planned Parenthood closed their Lubbock doors for good. While the abortion debate continues beyond the local level, women in the South Plains remain divided on how the clinic's absence affects the community.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker announced Wednesday that the city will withdraw its subpoenas of five pastors who opposed a rule banning discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Months after Texas beefed up its border security presence in the Rio Grande Valley, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst wants to know what it would cost to expand the projects through 2016.
Maine authorities threaten to arrest nurse Kaci Hickox if she leaves her home.
Rocket bound for ISS explodes moments after lift-off. What went wrong?
Fugitive Gregory Lewis, accused of sexually assaulting women in several states, has been captured in Fort Edward, New York.
Witnesses say drunken argument preceded fatal shooting involving New Mexico Sheriff's deputies.
Pope Francis' remarks realign the church's ideas to the notion that there is no opposition between evolution and Catholic doctrine.
Oklahoma beer delivery man hailed as a hero after tackling would-be robber threatening store clerk.
Unmanned rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station explodes moments after launch.
The second Dallas nurse to contract Ebola has been released, as the President wants to encourage health workers travelling to West Africa.
The incident -- as described by the president's staff -- is less serious than it could have been. The hacked network was meant for "unclassified" documents, those will less importance to matters of national security.
Authorities warn that identity thieves are now targeting children, racking up debt that may not be discovered for years.
"Keep Big Spring Beautiful" pushes for an ordinance banning plastic bags in the city, or charging a fee to use them.
Border protection officers say they found more than a pound of crystal meth taped to a paraplegic man's legs.
While a large majority of Texas voters would allow either gay marriages or civil unions, gay marriages alone still have more opposition than support, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.
The legendary oilman reflects on plunging oil prices, cranky folks in Denton and silly congressmen.
President Obama says health care workers treating Ebola patients in Africa are doing "God's work" and should be supported here at home.
Will Democrats maintain control of the Senate when Election Day arrives?
Police say they found drug paraphernalia, dirty diapers and a lack of food in one man's apartment.
Young Republicans of Galveston County, Texas are apologizing for an event they held over the weekend. They admit that throwing darts at pictures of Democrats went too far.
A former officer with a Houston area school district was in court Monday. He is accused of misusing his authority by asking a woman for sexual favors.
Texas sex offender accused of sexually assaulting a toddler and teen, infecting them with HIV.
Texas regulators on Tuesday tightened rules for wells that dispose of oilfield waste, a response to the spate of earthquakes that have rattled North Texas.
Massachusetts researchers working on disinfectant system that kills the Ebola virus.
Texas medical staff apologize after telling new mother her infant's vaccination appointment would be canceled if she continued to breast-feed in waiting room.
Texas 6-year-old battling rare cancer becomes an honorary State Trooper for a day.
Nurse Amber Vinson is heading home after successful treatment for the deadly Ebola virus.
Salvation Army employee brutally beaten, but her attacker is only being charged with a misdemeanor.
Investigators say suspect Gregory Lewis has attacked women from Massachusetts to Oregon.
Two nurses are still recovering from Ebola as officials determine how to deal with health care workers who have been in contact with Ebola patients overseas.
Requiring voters to show a photo ID has proved controversial in the federal courts, but the law is popular with Texas voters, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll. Texas voters favor it by a 3-to-1 margin, even though 38 percent say it decreases voter turnout.
A 61-year-old man faces an arson charge after a house fire sends a woman to an Odessa hospital.
A pit bull is recovering after his owner strikes it with a hammer in an attempt to euthanize.
Nine months into a federal pilot program created to reduce wait times at international ports of entry, operators of bridges on the Texas-Mexico border say it appears to be accomplishing that goal.
Gov. Rick Perry took his national ambition to California Monday, bemoaning what he described as a country adrift at home and abroad and predicting that Americans will demand dramatic change in the next presidential election. Perry hit on job creation, foreign policy, energy and more.
Three teens, including the suspected gunman, are now dead in the wake of Friday's deadly school shooting.
Nurse quarantined in New Jersey after treating Ebola patients in West Africa will be allowed to return to her home in Maine.
Odessa police say they found cocaine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia throughout a home with kids left behind.
12-year-old boy allegedly hit and killed by a teenage girl learning to drive.
Man crashes car into Ten Commandments statue outside of Oklahoma capitol building, threatens President Obama.
Teen wounded in Friday's shooting rampage succumbs to her injuries.
Plasma transfusion appears to help Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer; nurse unhappy with mandatory quarantine.
A 5-year-old New York City boy is undergoing testing for Ebola; nurse freed from New Jersey quarantine.
New York and New Jersey say quarantine is necessary.
One San Angelo teen is going to Russia for a ballet academy.
Serving a warrant at an Iowa Park home leads Wichita County Sheriff's deputies on a chase and results in a man's arrest for reportedly trying to harm a deputy
26-year-old Haylie Nicole Moreno, of Lubbock, pleaded guilty Friday to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
Even if Texas Republicans sweep this year's statewide races, there are ways to figure out whether and where Democratic organizing efforts have made any headway. Or there will be, once the results are in.
Catholicism remains the religion of choice for most people in El Paso, but membership in the church has declined. How the church adapts to modern societal beliefs will be reflected by what happens to its membership there.
Witnesses say drunken argument preceded fatal shooting involving New Mexico Sheriff's deputies.
Utah man crafts a 1 ton, fire-breathing spider on his front lawn.
Zombies may be walking the streets this Friday, but if you're more concerned about the real thing, one company has you covered.
The company that wants to change reality
Large buck crashes through Iowa furniture store.
Englishman tours the world on 19th century bicycle.
Farmer arrives to harvest soybeans, only to discover someone has already taken his crop.
Mischievous toddler snakes his way inside claw game.
TTU police are looking for a male who exposed himself to three separate women at the campus library.
Young Royals fan battling rare cancer will help others in his situation join him at a World Series game.
Good Samaritan who vanished after rescuing elderly California man from burning home returns to meet the man he saved.
Good Samaritan rushes into burning home to rescue elderly man.
Cross Country runner carries injured rival 300 feet in final race of their season.
Craigslist car seller offers interested buyer vehicle in exchange for sexual favors; then shows gun and claims he's a police officer when she refuses.
Young Minnesota boy's health problems leave him with a unique problem: he never wants to eat.
Adventurer canoes the entire Red River, from Montana to Louisiana.
A very special Utah boy's dream of receiving 99 birthday cards goes viral, and a huge celebration follows.
Strangers team up to pay for classic car's restoration.
Police pepper spray African-American teen after police mistake him for a burglar inside his white foster family's home.
Thieves return Jesus statue stolen from Oklahoma Church.
Virginia City, Nevada holds its 25th annual Outhouse Races.
Gun range hosts shooting clinic for the blind and visually impaired.
Wisconsin wildlife officers free two bear cubs stuck in a hollow tree.
Indiana middle school football team ordered to bench their female kicker or forfeit their season.
More than 900 chickens killed with golf club in disturbing case of animal cruelty.
Young Texas boy travels to Alaska to view Northern Lights before he goes blind.
"Glamping" is a new trend in outdoor recreation popping up around the country.
The state of Kansas is set to auction off "adult toys" and other items seized from a chain of adult stores to pay off tax debt.
AWOL Afghan soldiers visited Massachusetts strip club before attempting to cross into Canada.
Keith Wheeler walks with a cross to remind people of God's sacrifice. His walk began in 1985 on Good Friday.
New Mexico's ABQ BioPark Zoo throws a huge birthday bash for two of its youngest elephants.
Search is on for five English bulldog puppies snatched from Colorado farm.
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.