Public schools across US risk running out of funds for free, reduced lunch program

In the Grand Rapids Public School District alone, that's up to 17,000 children that could be affected
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  As child cancer rates explode in Indiana town, moms fight for EPA to take action

Many in Johnson County, a suburban area south of Indianapolis that was once an industrial center, believe it’s linked to toxic chemicals dumped by the factories that used to be the economic engine of the region.


  Man dies after fatal car crash in Clovis

Amarillo community marches in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Amarillo to test pilot program for pavement preservation

Energy-saving technology presents challenges to firefighters

  Second skier dies after avalanche in New Mexico

The second skier who was buried by an inbounds avalanche at Taos Ski Valley last week has died.
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Supreme Court to allow Trump administration transgender military ban to go into effect

The court has allowed the Trump administration to go ahead with its plan to restrict military service by transgender people.

  Clovis intersection to be closed for pipe installation project

Canyon 6th grader wins World Jr. National Finals Rodeo team roping competition

Merrick to offer free pet food to federal workers

Memorial service scheduled for Spearman army sergeant killed in Afghanistan

  Amarillo Sod Poodles announce hospitality options for 2019 season

1 arrested for money laundering charge after traffic stop in Childress

$440 million contract bringing more business to Bell Amarillo factory

Amarillo Crime Stoppers asking for help locating stolen Jeep Patriot

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  Some fear federal safety net is unraveling for those in need

As the longest government shutdown in U.S. history stretches into a fifth week, millions of poor Americans who depend on food and rental assistance are becoming increasingly worried about the future.


Canyon 6th grader wins World Jr. National Finals Rodeo team roping competition

AISD releases statement on resignation of Coach Clements

Amarillo Independent School District has released a statement following the resignation of Coach Kori Clements.


  Local musicians band together to support ‘Blues Boy’ Willie

Amarillo area lane closures

Amarillo NAACP hosts Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day March

Closures for Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday

  Adopt-a-Cop program provides gifts of appreciation for Childress law enforcement

Bailey Bradley and other members of the student organization Family, Career and Community Leaders of America or FCCLA created 'Adopt-a-Cop' as a way to get the community involved in appreciating the law enforcement officers that protect and serve them daily.
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8-year-old survivor of quadruple homicide thanks deputies who saved her

Deputies say they saved the 8-year-old’s life by shooting her mother’s boyfriend, the alleged suspect, who is accused of killing the four victims and attacking the girl.

UPDATE: Retired Vernon firefighter killed in explosion in Quanah; second fire breaks out

Rick Husband Airport in Amarillo sees increase in passengers, landings in 2018

Northwest Interceptor Project to facilitate growth in the medical district

Amarillo College to offer 75 students with scholarships for job certification