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Police say the driver slowed but never came to a stop. The vehicle was driving along the edge of the street when the passenger side window shattered and a black object was seen being thrown from the car. The car continued several more feet until it became stuck in the mud.
An employee told police that two men entered, one armed with a handgun and the second armed with some type of electrical stun-gun type of device.
Study finds teachers are biased when it comes to math and science and favor boys.
Amarillo gas prices are now $1.01 per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and 33.9 cents per gallon higher than a month ago.
Dr. Robert Warren Paige is ordered to pay $2,000 in fines.
Ben Morris took photos of Sara Sampaio along Route 66 and on Tex Randall.
No arrest have been made.
Two suspects from the GMC then approached their vehicle and 30-year-old Olivia Quintero pointed a rifle at one of the victims. The suspects demanded property that they believed was stolen from them returned.
The injuries sustained by both drivers are now not considered life threatening.
The two suspects then forced the victim into the bathroom and they left the apartment.
The city of Amarillo will conduct a grant application workshop for agencies, community organizations and any other interested party considering applying for grant funding.
Jersey Mike's Subs is teaming up with Children's Miracle Network of Amarillo for their Month of Giving fundraising campaign.
It was day of good food.. for a good cause.
Begin LSC Tournament Wednesday
Jason Henry brings you the scores from around the area
The Civic Center has been taken over, by cars.
If you were out on Soncy, you may have seen something you don't see everyday.
Some people had a different kind of workout this weekend, and let's just say, it involved a lot of stairs.
Some people are getting quality exercise while helping out a good cause.
The Salvation Army is helping out stranded travelers due to Greyhound buses not running.
Clint Brakebill brings you the scores
Expect to see some people packing heat on Saturday in Amarillo. The group "Open Carry Texas" is planning a demonstration on the corner of Soncy and Westgate Parkway.
Amarillo Police received more than 70 accident calls since 6:00 this morning.
Just because it's cold outside doesn't mean you have to skip a workout. Here's a way you can get in some exercise and help out a good cause at the same time.
One person is dead after a house fire in Clovis. Police say it happened Saturday morning.
As you get your tax return, many plan to make some sort of big purchase soon. But there are steps you need to take before you commit.
Local law enforcement officers and members of human trafficking prevention programs held a training seminar earlier today.
A man is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after a car crash early Friday morning.
To help reduce the amount of wrecks on the roads, crews have been out in full force doing cleanup.
The deadline to file for mayor and city council is over. Here's a list of who will be on the ballot in May.
Weather forces several schools to change days
Amarillo College is hosting the an event today titled Domestic Human/Sex Trafficking Investigations.
Rollover crash on Canyon Drive sends one to hospital with life threatening injuries. Police report speed and alcohol are factors in this crash.
Due to inclement weather and poor driving conditions DPS offices in the following Region 5 Counties will be delayed today until 10 a.m.
The latest roadway conditions across Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.
Dozens of Amarillo TSA Employees Waiting for Deadline
More than $55,000 worth of meth is seized during a search warrant Wednesday afternoon.
The weather is having significant impact on air travel nationwide. We speak with officials at the Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport to see if it's affecting flights there.
Clint Brakebil brings you scores and highlights from around the area.
37-year-old Jeremy Stalker is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, manufacture, delivery or possession of a controlled substance and possession of a firearm by a felon.
Anyone still wanting to file to run for city office has until 5 p.m. tomorrow.
People from the community continue to rally around Sgt. Houston Gass.
Randall and Potter Inspections
Police arrested Michael Clarence Kemp for child pornography charges after search warrant served at his home in S. Amarillo.
You can meat Astridogger and Joey Bologna.
Officers find stolen motorcycle during the investigation.
Around 11 p.m. Wednesday night, deputies were called out to a disturbance on the 300 block of N. Price Road.
Jimmy Dillon East is wanted on numerous felonies.
Men were arrested on weapons and outstanding warrants charges.
Ebola survivor Nancy Writebol plans to return to Liberia; nurse Nina Pham sues hospital where she contracted deadly disease.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at AIPAC ahead of his address to Congress.
The US Coast Guard rescued two fishermen in consecutive cases in Matagorda Bay, Texas.
Residents who are eligible can skip the trip to the office completely by using Texas.gov to renew their license or identification card.
A Democratic state lawmaker on Monday kicked off efforts to force a discussion about climate change in Texas, but he faces an uphill battle in a state where most Republican leaders don't believe it is a problem.
Leading Texas Republicans on Monday asked the Obama administration for greater flexibility to administer Medicaid — a move that has gotten little traction in the past — while reiterating that they would not participate in an expansion of the program under the Affordable Care Act.
Currently, 23 states and the District of Columbia have implemented laws legalizing marijuana in some form. Texas native Lydia Decker, 47, has been fighting lawmakers to add the Lone Star State to the list since 2010.
13-year-old Zach Wilkinson beat Hodgkin's Lymphoma once, only to have it return within 6-weeks. He and his mother Amy are continuing their fight and now the Lubbock community is joining in by buying t-shirts.
Identity theft remains the top concern of American consumers.
The reward for Eusebio DeLeon, 42, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and this month’s featured fugitive, has been increased to $10,000 for information leading to his capture in March
U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) issued a statement commemorating Texas Independence Day.
Tax refund season has many Americans wondering what they should do with their refund check.
Lawmakers are still working to find compromise on Homeland Security funding or face another shutdown.
Houston professor Lex Frieden played a key role in the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act. On the law's 25th anniversary, Frieden, who has used a wheelchair for decades, reflects on sweeping changes in accessibility — and challenges that remain.
Sen. Rand Paul won his third consecutive Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll Saturday, dashing the hopes of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, who came in third, and former Gov. Rick Perry, who placed eleventh.
After years of budget cuts, raids on dedicated funding and deferred maintenance, rats, bats, leaking roofs and audible bathroom sounds are the new normal in state government.
In a major victory for insurance companies, the Texas Supreme Court said Friday that injured workers can't sue for damages in workers' compensation claims even when the insurer intentionally misrepresents their policies, or uses the criminal justice system to punish them.
Leonard Nimoy, who played "Spock" on Star Trek, died at his Los Angeles home today.
Rick Perry spoke at the CPAC conference on Friday morning, presenting the former governor a chance to reset the table before the conservative base and the national press after his disastrous 2012 bid.
Texas voters overwhelmingly favor government-required vaccinations for children, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll. And they rank vouchers lowest among a set of options for improving public education.
The amendment was approved unanimously, Thursday.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has confirmed that nine people are dead in the community of Tyrone in Texas County.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers made an unexpected discovery on Wednesday when they located a woman hiding inside of a small compartment in a pickup truck entering the U.S. from Mexico.
Border Patrol agents seized $1.5 million dollars worth of marijuana in three separate bust on Tuesday.
A Border Patrol agent, making an arrest of a brush guide, is assaulted by being bit.
The oil and gas industry has driven the economy in both Midland and Odessa. Analysts say both cities have had top performing economies in the United States.
The IRS says the average tax refund is up this year, with 83-percent of filers so far getting cash back.
Texans are divided along partisan lines over the state's policy offering in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants educated in Texas high schools. Ending the policy is popular with Republicans, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.
The Texas Department of Agriculture is supposed to ensure consumers aren't getting ripped off by fuel pumps, retail scanners or other measuring devices. But the agency is so cash-strapped that consumers are getting "screwed" due to a lack of oversight, the agency's new commissioner says.
Senators grilled Gov. Greg Abbott's appointees to the University of Texas System Board of Regents for more than five hours on Thursday, publicly rehashing the drama that has plagued the system's flagship university in recent years.
At CPAC, the annual meeting of conservative firebrands, Sen. Ted Cruz delivered a presidential pitch that highlighted his willingness to take on fellow Republicans in the name of the conservative cause. He also had a choice shot for Bill Clinton.
313,000 people applied for unemployment last week.
Federal Communications Commission votes to regulate internet as a public utility.
Masked ISIS executioner identified as a former London resident, a reminder that many militants hold western passports.
Storm dumps snow from Mississippi to Maryland.
Old, rotten food is part of a growing $400 billion problem.
A week after Gov. Greg Abbott put early education reform on the legislative fast track, top House lawmakers announced Thursday what is likely to become the major prekindergarten bill of the session.
Rick Perry's lawyers have asked a state appeals court to dismiss the indictment against the former governor, saying he lawfully used his power to veto funds to the Travis County district attorney's office and his right to do so is protected by free speech.
Houston police issue sketch of suspect wanted in connection to one murder and four other violent incidents.
New bill would allow concealed carry of guns without a permit.
Texas dog found clinging to life after being shot and dragged is now recovering and in search of a home.
California infant's body discovered after mother found wandering and incoherent, covered in scratches.
A New Mexico home used as a hideout by Billy the Kid is going up for sale.
California family prays for family members kidnapped by ISIS forces in Syria.
We are in the middle of tax season and this year there is some good news as you gather all the documents needed to file your return.
The voter-approved measure allows adults 21-and-over to possess two ounces or less and grow up to six marijuana plants at a primary residence.
A recent report suggests drones cost $28,000 per arrest.
Voters like the state government slightly better than their local government — and a lot better than the federal government. But their priorities don't necessarily sync with those of Texas lawmakers, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.
A reinvented Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas says its darkest hour has passed, but the agency faces a new crop of staunchly conservative lawmakers unconvinced that any more state money should be devoted to the agency.
In the latest effort by conservatives to fight what they see as overreach by the United Nations, two Texas Republican lawmakers have filed legislation aimed at a nonbinding plan for sustainable development that the United States and more than 100 other countries signed in 1992.
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.
A video purporting to show a slap off contest in Lubbock has gone viral on YouTube. The video was taken at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center during the last weekend of January as part of the The Inkmasters Tattoo Show.
Four Missouri family members arrested after staging kidnapping of 6-year-old boy to teach him about "Stranger Danger".
Longtime Wyoming sheriff's deputy resigns over new dress code that removed cowboy hats and boots from his uniform.
School employee says minutes were wasted after boy's collapse because 911 call was re-routed through Canadian dispatch center.
Parents of children found padlocked alone in filthy home appear in court; Mother is pregnant and on meth.
Doctors are calling a Missouri teen's recovery after his fall into an icy lake a miracle.
Former Olympic speed skater finds a new home on the roller derby track.
Craft brewers are up in arms over Budweiser's "Brewed the Hard Way" Super Bowl ad.
A Detroit, Michigan man has an extraordinarily difficult commute to work travelling 21 miles every day, much of it on foot.
A very unique looking and surprisingly lovable dog recently picked up by a Georgia Humane Society is finding fame on the internet.
Police search for man who set 6-year-old girl's hair on fire as she played outside.
New glasses let severely visually impaired baby see her mother for the first time, and the moment is caught on camera.
They're calling it "Boarzilla," a 790-pound hog shot in Comanche County. Blaine Garcia and Wyatt Walton killed the boar about three miles north of De Leon, Texas, their hometown.
Seattle marijuana producer Solstice rolls 12,000 joints for commemorative "12th Pack" promotion ahead of the Super Bowl.
Cat believed to be dead after being struck by car claws its way out of grave and returns home.
Footage shows a pair of owls and pair of eagles going talon-to-talon as they fight over a nest near Decorah, Iowa.
Cameras worn by California firefighters show dramatic rescue of three young children from burning home.
National news outlets including the Houston Chronicle, San Antonio Express News, Cosmopolitan, MTV and others picked up a story on their websites Monday from Texas Tech.
California woman sentenced to probation after attempting to cut off her husband's penis with a pair of scissors.
Kris Kimber is now entitled to a lifetime of free tacos after he got a tattoo of a taco featuring the logo for Flint's new food truck, Vehicle City Tacos.
Kentucky teen captured after taking his 13-year-old girlfriend on a multi-state crime spree talks about their time on the run.
Man Sues casino, claiming he was too drunk to gamble when he lost $500,000 last year.
Vermont Teddy Bear Company catches heat for its new line of toys tied to the erotic novel and upcoming film "50 Shades of Grey".
Oregon man suffers broken ribs when he comes face-to-face with an escaped 800-pound bull.
Outdoor advertising company reaches agreement to remove controversial billboard erected along Alabama interstate.
Kentucky man accused of holding wife at gunpoint while tattooing "Slut" on her back.
Security footage shows police officer shoot off his own finger after store clerk hands him a loaded gun.
Toddler taken by carjackers answers mother's phone and helps lead police to abandoned car.
Arkansas gun range bans Muslims, turns away Hindu men as well.