CMN Miracle Journey - Saturday, April 17th - 6 p.m. - KAMR Local 4
Clint Brakebill brings you highlights from around the area.
Prom will be an unforgettable night, because of one little girl.
The school gave the students who have been preparing for next weeks STAAR test a pep rally today.
While two lanes of traffic will remain open in both the north and southbound directions, the center turn lane will be closed to accommodate large, heavy equipment that will be used for the interceptor installation.
Amarillo Police and US Secret Service booked Jordan Kelly Leitner on a charge of forgery of a government security.
Filmmakers from all over the the Amarillo area will compete to see who can make the best short film in only 48 hours.
Scouts from ten-different areas are getting together for games and food.
Local hometown heroes could travel to our nations capitol all thanks to your donations.
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The Midland Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) had the lowest March unemployment rate in the state at 2.9 percent, followed by the Amarillo MSA with a 3.0 percent rate.
The off-road vehicle regulations were last amended in 1971.
Most of the rabies cases came from skunks.
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Distinguished tourism industry veteran Dan Quandt of the Amarillo Convention & Visitor Council was named the 2015 recipient of the Gene Phillips Hospitality Award from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).
The Quanah man arrested in a Wichita Falls motel for a double homicide outside Quanah has confessed to both murders, according to an affidavit filed by the Texas Rangers.
The left westbound lane will be closed as utility contractors make necessary repairs to the sanitary sewer main connecting to the manhole on SW 34th Avenue.
Crime Stoppers will be out at Market Street United with DSS taking your important documents that you want to protect from thieves. We will take up to 4 bags or small boxes for destruction.
Medicare is now rating hospitals the way a critic would rate a movie with stars.
Photos and videos of the severe weather across the panhandle on 4/16/15.
Tammye Morrie Calls it Surreal
Sexual assault affects many people in Amarillo, either as a victim, friend, or family member.
Local students are receiving scholarships for higher education.
Kierce, the theatre kid, and Felicity the wrestler.
Canyon ISD announces their sole finalist for Superintendent.
A strike is avoided between Pantex and some of its employees, at least for now.
Tonight they hosted an event at Butler's, a bar downtown.
Authorities say a 30-year-old man has been arraigned on a capital murder charge in connection with a double-homicide in Quanah
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs your help locating Fugitive Jack Lynn Lambert.
Potter and Randall Inspections
Candidates vying for the Mayor and the four places on the City Council participated.
Travel counselor Rick Upton received the 2015 Roadrunner award for his exceptional customer service and professionalism in his work at the Texas Travel Information Center in Amarillo.
Starting this week, bridge replacement work will take place at NM 209 near Broadview in Curry County.
Early Thursday morning, Police report that 46-year-old Terry Deon Noble attempted to drag race with fourth shift PACE officers sitting at the traffic light at SE 10th and Fillmore in an unmarked vehicle.
The suspect initially asked for assistance but then pulled out a large pocketknife, threatened the victim and stole an undisclosed amount of money from the victim’s hand.
If the names of the compounding pharmacies providing execution drugs to Texas officials are made public, it could end the death penalty, state Rep. John Smithee told a house committee on Wednesday.
The City of Amarillo recognized the AECC staff with a proclamation at Tuesday’s city council meeting.
SB 893 Would Include Student STAAR Test Results in Teacher Evaluations
The Amarillo Salvation Army has a new program focused on helping families have a brighter future.
How Children's Miracle Network is helping Austin Westbrook on his road to recovery.
Both incidents started at around 2:45 a.m.
Dispatch advised officers that the subject was wearing black pants, no shirt and possible had blood on him.
Life-Gift and Coffee Memorial Blood Center painted the famous Cadillacs blue, red and green, earlier today.
Students will get a chance to interview with businesses for internships in the 2015-2016 school year
During Shackathon, every WT student is invited to participate in a unique picture of poverty by building and living in a cardboard shack for 24 hours on the lawn east of Old Main.
A recruiter will be on hand to explain the current pay plan, outline the employee benefits and retirement program, explain the duties and requirements of a Correctional Officer and answer questions.
Police report that an 18-wheeler made an unsafe lane change and hit a white Nissan's back left side, causing it to spin, strike the front of the truck again, and then strike the guardrail.
The Amarillo Zoo in collaboration with over 20 local animal welfare organizations will host “Meet Your Best Friend at the Zoo!” on Saturday, April 25 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Clayton Montoya, 23, Fired from Clayton Police Dept.
Lady Buffs take both games 5-0
Federal officials called the state's health agency this week to say that Texas' reluctance to expand Medicaid — a key tenet of President Obama's signature health law — will play into whether his administration extends a waiver that helps the state's hospitals cover uninsured patients.
The results of the 2014 federal employee survey are out and the news is not good.
Oklahoma reserve sheriff's deputy offers apology to the family of the unarmed man he shot and killed last week after mistakenly drawing his gun instead of his taser.
Oklahoma City prepares to mark the 20th anniversary of the deadly attack on the Murrah Federal Building.
President Obama urges Congress not to impose new sanctions on Iran, saying it would undermine changes of nuclear deal.
Three years after a police officer shot and killed their 5-year-old border collie, Mark and Cindy Boling watched Friday as the Texas House voted for a police canine training program they have been calling for since the day the dog died.
A former employee at Big Spring Correctional Center admitted smuggling contraband into the facility for an inmate.
Richard Duane Bulson, 36, was arrested Wednesday evening for arson related to the March 24 fire at Texas Land and Cattle, 7202 Indiana Avenue.
The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports.
Survivors of the 1995 Murrah Federal Building Bombing look back ahead of the 20th anniversary of the tragedy.
This weekend kicks off National Parks Week and entrance fees for all National Parks are being waived, but money is still an issue.
The anti-authority website "Wikileaks" has published a searchable database of every Sony email and document that was stolen by hackers last year.
Five years after the worst oil spill in US history, the Gulf of Mexico is looking blue, clean, and whole again.
Texans grew accustomed to the swagger and bombast of Rick Perry, a governor who didn’t shy from confrontation with the Legislature and upended the notion that his office was inherently weak. Newly elected Gov. Greg Abbott, ever cautious and lawyerly, is cutting a different path.
After a bit of a Democratic gamesmanship shot down a major gun debate before it started, a measure that would allow gun owners with a concealed handgun license to carry their weapons openly in public is back on the House schedule Friday.
State lawmakers are poised to crank up the volume on this message to city halls: We set the rules for drilling in Texas.
Voting against legislation isn't the only way to kill it. Some of the most powerful tools available to Texas legislators are found in the dry pages of their parliamentary rulebooks.
Three years ago, a company called Geo Care Inc. gave HHSC chief Kyle Janek a blueprint for privatizing state hospitals. The only contract awarded — privatizing Terrell State Hospital — ended up going to that same company.
Legislation that would relocate the state’s anti-corruption unit was temporarily derailed in the House on Thursday because of a missing element in the legislation.
Texas A&M System Chancellor John Sharp has asked all vice presidents at the system's flagship College Station campus to submit letters of resignation prior to the arrival of the school's new president.
A week after dozens of Purple Heart medals were awarded to victims of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting, the Army announced Thursday that those victims will also receive all possible benefits that come along with the medals.
Border patrol seizes a trailer containing spools with more than 600 bundles of marijuana Tuesday.
Fired for not being pretty enough? That's what one Midland woman says happened to her.
Mywaterpledge.com ranked Odessa as number seven in water conservation.
A Wichita Falls man is behind bars after police say he attacked his wife with a knife and hit his baby in the face with a bottle.
The four-part contest is made up of a math test, general knowledge test, plant and seed identification, and lab practical.
The Labor Department says applications for unemployment benefits increased by 12,000 last week to 294,000 but the number of people requesting benefits is still very low.
Midnight marked the deadline for Texas' members of Congress to file their campaign fundraising reports with the Federal Election Commission. Here's a look at what they're raising — and spending.
Looking to clear the Texas Department of Public Safety's name, the agency’s top official is asking the head of the state's anti-corruption unit to renew a halted investigation into $20 million no-bid border security contracts.
Proposed ethics reform legislation underwent a significant overhaul Thursday in a Senate committee. Gone is the plan to take state pensions from lawbreaking lawmakers. Also out: a proposal to stop legislators from cashing in on a piece of the public debt business.
Thornberry has introduced or cosponsored a bill to repeal the death tax more than 20 times while serving in Congress.
Two Fort Worth, Texas police officers saved a family and dog from a burning home and it's all caught on camera.
Hoping to increase the number of adoptions, the Humane Society of Utah has come up with a unique way to show its dogs. Instead of the traditional and basic picture of dogs, the agency is showcasing its animals in some creative poses.
A postal worker who flew a mini-helicopter to the U.S. Capitol was visited by the Secret Service and told a newspaper reporter why he did it.
Police say a Texas man shot and killed his son after a fight with his wife, then fled with his mistress.
A North Texas woman is stirring up nationwide controversy after saying she wouldn't support any woman running for president.
A woman is outraged when a restaurant won't wait on her because she has a service dog.
Are you considering selling your house this spring? Trulia is out with a list of hot and not so hot cities for home sales.
Two months after a Brownsville-based federal judge halted President Obama's immigration program, attorneys for Texas will try to convince a three-judge panel at the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans to keep it on hold.
The Texas Senate wants to limit growth in the state budget — by adding a fifth spending limit to state law.
In early campaign fundraising, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz is adding some deep-pocketed Texas donors to the loyal base of small givers backing his presidential bid.c
If a public school isn't getting the job done, parents would have greater power to demand changes under legislation passed by the Texas Senate on Wednesday.
School officials say the cost of providing free tuition for veterans and their dependents is growing at an unsustainable pace. Lawmakers in the House are considering tweaks to the law.
The price of a barrel of oil has been rising for five days straight and today hit the highest price all year.
The Texas Senate on Wednesday tentatively approved a measure to partially consolidate the state’s massive health and human services system.
Gov. Greg Abbott refused to pick sides Tuesday in a growing squabble over how best to cut state taxes, and moved away from an earlier promise to “insist” that Texas lawmakers cut property taxes before the session ends on June 1.
Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) investigators are searching for a fugitive registered sex offender who escaped from a Fort Worth halfway house shortly after 5 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Representative Randy Neugebauer introducing a bill to to prohibit the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) from creating its own definitions of political activity.
The wind industry is picking up in the United States, and Texas is leading the way during the boom.
A Massachusetts jury convicts former NFL player Aaron Hernandez of murder.
Jason Warnock, made famous by a photo showing him pull a man from SUV dangling over a steep cliff, says he's just a "regular dude".
18-wheeler wrecks in rural California spilling wine.
Viral plea sends Hot Wheels cars rolling for young 3-year-old recovering from severe pneumonia.
Colorado woman finds new confidence in senior spelling bee.
Almost 50 years after being told her child died at birth, a Missouri woman has been reunited with her long lost daughter.
A Bakersfield man has been arrested in connection with a stunning viral video that authorities say appears to show him striking a toddler in the face at a convenience store Thursday.
Four underage Louisiana State University students busted hauling a trailer filled with beer and liquor to Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Shocking photo shows bobcat dragging shark from water on Florida beach.
Thousands of non-native goldfish are taking over a Colorado lake.
Bear breaks into Florida home to steal family's Easter candy, twice!
University of South Carolina student suspended after photo appearing to show her writing racial slur goes viral.
A South Carolina man has a unique way to share his Easter message. He is hanging from a cross.
Utah driver sees bag of money fall out of armored car. Picks it up and returns it.
Buried dead dog returns to life and digs out of hole.
On the ground, typhoons can be a horrifying scene of destruction but seen while orbiting the earth, they are a thing of beauty
Cell phone video catches a former Army Medic confronting homeless man panhandling in Army uniform.
More than 2,000 sea lions have taken over the docks in Astoria, Oregon.
Spring breakers in Panama City Beach, Florida got a different type of wake up call this morning.
Louisiana authorities investigate disturbing video shows young men decapitate live goat with machete.
Bomb found wired to light switch in home set to go up for sale in Milton, Massachusetts.
A feisty Texas centenarian says her daily full-sugar soda habit has helped her live a long and healthy life.
A surfer catches more than the perfect wave off the coast of southern California.
A 22-month-old is brought back to life after 90 minutes with no pulse.
No charges will be filed against a disabled veteran who shot two people who were allegedly attacking a pregnant woman.
Dramatic footage emerged online Wednesday of northern lights filmed during a severe solar storm that hit Earth Tuesday.
Check out this amazing video of a drone touring the world's largest cave.
The family of baby Lily Groesbeck, the infant found alive after nearly 14 hours in a partially submerged car, comment on the seemingly miraculous events surrounding her rescue and recovery.
In an effort to spread the word about eagle conservation, a conservation group set a world record for the "highest recorded bird flight from a man-made structure".
Dramatic footage from officer's lapel camera shows rescuers work to pull infant from partially submerged car.
Wild temperature swings make for tough race.
Actor Will Ferrell plays all nine positions for ten teams in five different baseball games during a charity event sponsored by Major League Baseball and HBO.
Pictures of huge alligator lounging on Florida golf course go viral.
Colorado boy receives postcard mailed by his late father seven years ago, several years prior to his death.
Wyoming high school students build life-size foosball game as part of lesson on geometry.
A 31-year-old man is in custody for arson charges after setting fire to his family home in alleged revenge towards his cheating wife.
Denver boys, one a cancer survivor, raise thousands for cancer research with their hot cocoa stand.
Utah rescuers say "distinct voice" pushed them to find baby alive in partially submerged car, 14 hours after crash that killed her mother.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon shuts down U. of Oklahoma chapter after racist video.
High school student scrambles to escape oncoming car on icy street, but ends up airborne when another car is sent crashing into her.
A bag of headless chickens have been found in a Sacramento, California park; the latest in a string of mutilated animals found in the area.
Oregon high school won't allow student to bring a 30-year-old married Las Vegas showgirl to prom as his date.
A wanted criminal in Hamilton, Ohio turns himself in after posting on his local police department's Facebook page.
A Iowa mother is teaching others better practices for those carrying a child and a firearm.
An ancient Buddha statue from China on display at Budapest's Natural History Museum revealed an extraordinary secret, a 1,000 year old mummified monk.
Erling Kindem celebrates his 90th birthday Sunday with his 4-year-old pal Emmett by his side. The pair rocketed to internet fame last summer.
Instead of making the principal angry, this year's senior prank at one Kansas high school has the administrator tearing up and feeling grateful.
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.