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University Adds & Subtracts Parking Places
A Clovis man is sentenced to life in prison, plus 31-years for a murder that happened last year.
Elks and Eagles hope for a big season
Jackie Kingston takes the Ice Bucket Challenge, and donates, to the ALSA.
Caprock Canyon's State Park is opening it's gates to more land, and eventually, more bison.
The show features some of the worlds top riders who are over the age of 50.
Burkett was reported missing to the Randall County Sheriff’s Office on October 20, 2010.
Women's Equality Day is August 26.
Today we're saluting Sergeant Carlos Rodriguez from Hereford.
Dr. Pulliam has led Tascosa since 2008.
Schools are requiring students to have certain immunizations before returning to school on Monday.
Amarillo Plastic Surgeon Still Faces up to Life in Prison if Convicted
An Airman is found dead at Cannon Air Force Base.
Jackie Kingston is called out for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Dixon is accused of paying Shepherd $9,000 in silver bars to kill Dr. Joseph Sonnier.
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Local golfers help tee off the United Way campaign today.
They hope to raise millions of dollars within the next few months.
The late registration day is for both online and on-campus classes.
During the vehicle search, police discovered 999 pouches of synthetic marijuana and $78,180 in cash.
Beavers to be Sold at Auction
The High Plains Food Bank released information earlier today about hunger in the Texas Panhandle.
Area churches are helping families and students get ready for a new school year.
Perry Sook, the guy in the middle, is the CEO of our station KAMR NBC 4.
They gave out informational bags about Tascosa and what the school has to offer.
Four orientation workshops are planned for August and September.
Most undergraduate degree programs will now only require 120-hours to graduate
Lady Sandies win in straight sets
Skyrockets looking to defend state championship
Four young brothers manned a lemonade stand every day this summer to raise money for their own school supplies and got a sweet surprise.
Vigils honoring Michael Brown line the Ferguson, Missouri street where he was killed.
Four Kentucky firefighters shocked, one critically, while assisting marching band with large-scale ice bucket challenge.
The terror group ISIS has grown from an offshoot of Al-Qaeda to a significant force.
A home in South Abilene is really a city pumping station that moves around eight million gallons of water each day.
Family and friends will say goodbye this weekend to a former Wichita Falls family killed in a small plane crash last weekend near Ranger, Texas.
One the heels of a study that found 40-percent of American workers don't use all their vacation time, comes an offer from the travel industry that those workers may find difficult to refuse.
ALS Patient John Gregoire and his wife Linda say the social media phenomenon raising money for research has given them new hope.
Gov. Rick Perry might come out of his criminal indictment smelling like a rose, but he'll have to be quick about it. His hopes for another bid for president depend on ending his legal troubles quickly. Heavy campaigning for the Republican nomination will be underway in just a year.
National Guard troops begin pulling out of Ferguson, Missouri following two nights of mostly peaceful protests.
Dr. Kent Brantly thanks doctors, those who offered prayers, after being cured of Ebola.
Oklahoma farmer creates tribute to airmen at nearby Tinker Air Force Base that only they can see.
Texas woman suing Facebook over fake profile allegedly set up in her name.
Under the supervision of local transportation officials, computer researchers were able to change traffic lights in an undisclosed Michigan city in May, just using a laptop in their truck.
It's official: Admiral William H. McRaven, the head of the U.S. Special Operations Command, is the next chancellor of the University of Texas System. His annual salary? $1.2 million.
Amid frustration that Texas has lagged behind in taking advantage of money that became available in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010, state officials announced the largest conservation land purchase in Texas history.
School districts across Texas are preparing for classes to start once again. Unlike most years, however, because of the recent influx of immigrant children, some are anticipating a higher number of immigrant children enrolling. They really won't know how many until school starts. The Austin ISD expects between 200 and 250 of those immigrant students to attend classes in the district.
Protesters continue their call for arrest in wake of police shooting that killed unarmed teen Michael Brown.
Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly speaks to reporters before leaving Emory University Hospital for the first time since his recovery.
That is the highest volume for the holiday since 2008.
Little girl flying as an unaccompanied minor reunited with her father after airline releases her to the wrong person.
The state investigation into the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, or CPRIT, had nothing to do with Gov. Rick Perry's veto of $7.5 million in funds earmarked for the Public Integrity Unit of the Travis County district attorney's office, defense attorneys for the governor said Thursday.
Protests remain peaceful for second night; grand jury investigation moves forward.
Mega Millions is the nation's largest lotto, with tickets sold in 43 states, plus Washington, D.C. and the US Virgin Islands.
UPDATED: Gov. Rick Perry, who has been using taxpayer dollars to pay the defense lawyers fighting his felony indictments, will tap campaign funds from now on, his spokesman said Wednesday night. "This is an assault on the Constitution," the spokesman said. "We don't want it to be an assault on the taxpayers as well."
Rick Perry, facing charges related to his threat to veto funding for the state's public integrity unit, has assembled his legal defense dream team. Here's a look at the strengths of both his attorneys and the prosecutor investigating him.
Attorney General Eric Holder arrives for talks after a night of largely peaceful protests.
Texas A&M University announced on Wednesday that Aggie fans will be able to hear complete coverage of the team's football games in Spanish this season via a new radio network.
According to Nielsen ratings, this year's halftime show featuring Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers drew in just over 115 million viewers, more than the game itself.
No industry has been hit harder by hacking and data breaches than health care.
Attorney General Eric Holder travels to Ferguson, Missouri to meet with FBI and other law enforcement officials investigating Michael Brown's death.
Four local residents – three from Lubbock and one from Wolfforth – were indicted Tuesday for a particularly cruel aggravated robbery case.
New Mexico middle school football team struck during sudden storm, critically injuring one player.
Patient showing possible Ebola symptoms isolated at Sacramento hospital.
Protests take place without violent clashes that have marred previous gatherings.
ISIS Militants appear to have taken their first American victim.
The UT System Board of Regents will spend the next two days hammering out the details on several key initiatives — including how to keep tuition flat and find a new president for the flagship university.
Attorney General Greg Abbott spoke this month at a conservative conference about how Texas could attract more jobs if it didn't have a business franchise tax. But Abbott isn't proposing a repeal of the tax, according to his campaign.
Two key state lawmakers from opposing parties said on Monday at a Texas Tribune event that they haven’t given up on crafting a plan that would allow Texas to collect billions of federal Medicaid dollars tied to the Affordable Care Act.
A coalition of ranchers and business owners from South Texas is pushing back against border officials who have criticized the build-up of law enforcement on the Rio Grande.
Attorney says University of New Mexico women's soccer team freshman were forced to strip naked, consume large amounts of alcohol and were sprayed with urine.
Ferguson, Missouri prepares for another night of protests following the shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown.
Texans for Public Justice, the liberal-leaning group that filed the complaint that led to Gov. Rick Perry's indictment last week, has a history of messing with Texas politicians. Critics have accused Texans for Public Justice of doing Democrats' dirty work, but Director Craig McDonald said the group is solely focused on accountability and ethics.
DPS increased the reward for John Arthur Volker, 50, to $13,000 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of August.
Two shot, dozens arrested during another night of violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
President Obama is back in Washington dealing with two different challenges unfolding at the same time.
Gov. Rick Perry, who faces an indictment related to how he has used his political powers, is defending himself on two fronts: the legal one, where he has assembled an all-star team of lawyers, and the political one, where his storyline seems to be taking hold.
After a period of soul-searching, the Livestrong Foundation announced Tuesday that it is making a major strategic move — giving a $50 million gift to the University of Texas at Austin's new Dell Medical School to create the Livestrong Cancer Institutes.
President Obama cuts short his vacation, returning to Washington to focus on Iraq and the Ferguson riots.
President Obama says chaos "undermines rather than advances justice" in calling for calm in Ferguson, Missouri.
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.
A bunch of guys got together in Oregon to videotape a 9 man pool dunk with a fiery finally.
The Solsona's planned to fix the wheelchair themselves at home. But three Lowe's associates weren't having it.
Fort Worth police find eight bodies inside vacant funeral home; investigation underway.
An Oklahoma mother claims her one-year-old contracted a horrible case of herpes from her daycare teacher.
Lubbock firefighters were called Monday just after 2:10 pm to a house fire in the 2200 block of 21st Street and rescued both a cat and a guinea pig from inside.
Potato farmer and logger team up and use huge metal claw to free bear stuck in milk can.
A new beauty craze called the vampire facial has reached Oklahoma.
World War II vet bonds with preschooler over lawnmowers and tomatoes.
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.