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Congressman Mac Thornberry says securing the borders is the federal government's job.
100% of the Student Class Has Applied to College
How a nurse went from saving lives to almost losing her own.
Tonight we find out about the first African-American settlers in St. Augustine Florida.
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They're transporting 100-pets to Dallas and Chicago this weekend but they need some help.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Laura Marie Venturi.
Grand Opening Scheduled for Summer 2015
A Pampa police officer critically injured in a shooting earlier this month is going home.
Walter Wolfram today officially announced his candidacy for Place Four.
A Borger man gets 200-years in prison for 10 counts of sexual contact with a child.
The Third Annual Moore County Refugee Workshop was Wednesday.
The Randall County Senior Spelling Bee took place at Westover Park Junior High.
Election day is May 9th.
Businesses will get an invoice about ad space they have supposedly taken out.
"After Caprock Comes College"
Amarillo Cuts ties with Controversial Development Partners
Antjuan Ball puts up double double in win
Last second 3 pointer doesn't fall for sandies as they fall
Council members also approve a splash pad for Glenwood park.
Amarillo City Council members approve several items in their agenda, today.
29-year-old Ryan Kelley is in the Gray County jail.
23-year-old Joanna Elizabeth Salinas Olivas, a victim in an assault Saturday, died on Sunday.
The wreck occurred in the 1100 block of Bell.
After meeting with legal counsel, the LGC board voted unanimously to give proper notice to Wallace Bajjali that the four existing contracts are terminated.
The City of Amarillo will receive $772,766 from the grants.
Texas can rebel against Obamacare and Medicaid expansion all it wants, but enrollment in the state's insurance program for the poor is growing, and the federal government will be paying for less of it. An additional $1.3 billion might be needed just to maintain the status quo.
Group Overseeing Amarillo's Revitalization Projects Leaves Another City Without Warning
Palo Duro graduate average 13 points and just under 7 assists per game in recent run
A million dollar renovation project will soon be underway at the Santa Fe Building.
29-year-old Libyan Haji Mohamed is a naturalized US citizen born in Somalia.
Mitt Romney says he will not seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.
With ticket prices hovering around $8,000 per seat, who can afford to attend the game?
Jury hears opening statements in murder trial of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez.
The finishing touches are being put on the field ahead of Super Bowl Sunday.
A mother pleads guilty to leaving her child at home alone while she went to a bar.
The illegal drugs were allegedly being transported from California to Houston.
But the picture isn't all rosy.
Local, state, and federal authorities are working together to keep Super Bowl celebrations safe.
The WHO says it is now focusing on ending the Ebola epidemic as quickly as possible.
U.S. Senate holds confirmation hearing for Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch.
New England is digging out after two days of heavy snow and punishing winds.
Officer Jason Self with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice has been released from University Medical Center in Lubbock according to a statement Wednesday from TDCJ.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, a child dies every two weeks when a TV, piece of furniture, or an appliance falls on them.
In the wake of a contracting scandal at Texas' top health agency, Gov. Greg Abbott has sent a letter to the heads of all state agencies outlining reforms to the bidding and procurement processes.
A man claiming to be part of the hacktivist group Anonymous said the city of Longview should expect more cyberattacks if surveillance video of a 17-year-old being shot by police officers in their station lobby isn’t released.
Police search for man who set 6-year-old girl's hair on fire as she played outside.
Cat believed to be dead after being struck by car claws its way out of grave and returns home.
Man Sues casino, claiming he was too drunk to gamble when he lost $500,000 last year.
Oregon man suffers broken ribs when he comes face-to-face with an escaped 800-pound bull.
Kentucky man accused of holding wife at gunpoint while tattooing "Slut" on her back.
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.
Burst pipe turns Detroit home into frozen waterfall.
Kansas City family takes advantage of deep freeze by constructing backyard ice rink.
Firefighters rescue dog after it plunged through thin ice.
Eggnog chugging contest lands Utah man in the hospital.
Florida golfer Gus Andreone recently became oldest person to sink a hole-in-one.
Idaho Packing company owners say someone has been setting animals free from their facility.
A Satanic display will soon stand next to Michigan's Capitol Christmas tree.
Unintended innuendo prompts South Dakota to cancel safe driving campaign.
Young Texas girl battling cancer makes a public plea for birthday cards
The University of Texas will soon offer a class entitled "Beyonce Feminism & Rihanna Womanism".
Firefighters rescue dog stuck on partially frozen Maine lake.
Family pet leaps into line of fire when man opens fire on family during road rage incident.
Kitten found in Maine after disappearing from New Mexico home five days earlier.
Arkansas hunter thought she'd bagged a 9-point buck, but she was wrong.
Contestants hoping to win a new Dodge Dart have now been sitting in the car for more than 18 days.
Hundreds line up for a chance to buy rare bottles of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon.
Waitress receives $1,000 tip on $15 check.