More News from Amarillo and the High Plains.
Unemployment has steadily been dropping this year.
The Panhandle Community Services hosted its Annual Festival of Trees on Friday, Nov. 16.
Salvation Army started the giving season with its Kettle Kickoff Day.
Fort Hood’s award-winning renewable energy project is the largest in the U.S. Army and is helping the military base conserve and produce energy.
Multiple area bars were found serving alcohol to underage customers, that according to the Amarillo Police Department.
The Texas Education Agency released final financial accountability ratings on Thursday, Nov. 15.
The City of Amarillo officially approved the purchase of a warehouse Tuesday, located at 701 Southeast 5th Ave., next to the Amarillo Civic Center.
Representative Four Price had announced that he would be running for Texas House Speaker. Rep. Price has since then dropped out.
Earlier this week, Amarillo Professional Baseball announced Sod Poodles would be the team name, but there is one problem: The team does not own the trademark for the name "Amarillo Sod Poodles."
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