In this weeks Recall RoundUp: Two different lamps, a pacifier, and a timer.
Students at Clovis Community College will be able to receive text messages from the college starting this semester.
Revenue troubles for Amarillo are reportedly stunting the city's growth and you could see some more money out of your pocket in the near future because of it.
In this week's Recall RoundUp: A Crib Toy, A Girl's Drawstring Hooded Jacket, A Glue Gun, and an Air Compressor.
Local police suspect a hit and run is behind a deadly 40-vehicle pile up they're investigating on I-40. APD tells us a driver involved in this accident may have fled the scene.
Amarillo police now suspect a hit and run accident is to blame for a deadly I-40 pile up involving about 40 vehicles this morning.
Amarillo police now suspect a hit and run accident is to blame for a deadly I-40 pile up involving about 40 vehicles this morning.
Police say a man that died after being hit by a pick-up this morning may have intentionally jumped in front of the truck.
As more women become aware of heart disease, they may be surprised to learn the symptoms of a heart attack drastically differ with those found in men.
A local business gets a trip to Libya, but not for leisure, to roll up their sleeves and do some work.
Some local families who walked away from that wreck have also left a temporary shelter behind Thursday evening. Officials transported sixteen accident victims to the airport......
A local pastor's comments are sparking controversy over how Amarillo helps its homeless. He believes Amarillo's generosity is keeping homeless people on the streets.
A local pastor insists Amarillo's kindness is to blame for a chronic homeless problem. Pastor Don Lane says Amarillo needs to expect something in return for helping local homeless people.
Your private information on MySpace could be spread across the internet.
There was an intruder alert on campus today at Amarillo's Tascosa High School, immediately putting the high school on lockdown because a weapon was allegedly involved.
He was using an AK-47 rifle when he fired 20 or 30 rounds at Amarillo Police Officers. Police say 25 year old Roman Mrtinez barricaded the door of an apartment at Sungate...
Amarillo police are looking for a man that they say robbed the Amarillo Federal Credit Union at 45th and Georgia around 1:00 this afternoon.
An area woman is anxious for the arrest of a copycat arsonist suspected of lighting flames that spread near her home. The Stinnett woman is even willing to compromise.
Hand sanitizer gel may not be enough to stop the spread of infection.
Amarillo Police have locked down Tascosa High School. They're investigating reports of an intruder, but do not believe the person is on campus. All students remain safe.
After an eleven hour standoff with the Amarillo SWAT team, a 25 year old man is dead.
Area fire investigators suspect they're dealing with not just one arsonist but two. Investigators say they think they're facing a copycat.
After an eleven hour standoff with the Amarillo SWAT team, a 25 year old man is dead.
Officers tell us they were at the Sungate Apartment Complex today to serve 25 year old Roman Martinez with a warrant.
They say the law keeps them from paying their part but some local drivers disagree. A Potter County decision has some drivers upset.
An Australian music group comes through Amarillo.
A week after being found beaten outside of a Beavers Gentleman's Club...a local man is dead. That's according to police who say 32 year old Corey Wilson passed away Saturday.
Fire crews battled a fire that destroyed a home near downtown Amarillo on Monday afternoon.
A medium grass fire broke out near the medical center in Amarillo during around noon Monday.
Potter County pays to have a property cleaned, and now they want the former property owner to pay them back.
She survived three days after the home she was in exploded. Tonight residents in Portales are mourning the loss of an elderly woman.
A former Cannon airman is now on trial for his wife's murder. Edward Novak went before a military judge today in the killing of 20-year-old Kimberly Novak.
Record numbers of Amarillo senior citizens are tapping into their homes equity.
Their car rolls across an Amarillo street and ejects them. That's reportedly what lead to the death of two men. Amarillo police say the truck was traveling north on I-27...
Fire crews are battling a large range fire in Gray County. The fire is reported to be 4 miles long and nearly a mile wide.
Finally under control, that' what the Beaver County Sherrif's Department is saying about a large grass fire. Crews battled it for more than four hours. The fire originated just Northeast of Slapout.
Members of the community showed up at a reception honoring Bishop John W. Yanta.
The presidential election is still several months away... But one local organization is preparing members of the community to cast their votes.
Reverse mortgage loans are not for everyone. Dale Buckner, a local certified financial planner at Asset Planning offers some additional information to help you decide if it's right for you.
The Amarillo Symphony Orchestra hosted its annual Young Performer's Competition today.
Banker Craig Reeves from Clayton will continue to serve on the New Mexico Finance Authority.
The Air Force has approved a $12 million contract to renovate a fuel storage and loading facility at Cannon Air Force Base. They awarded a project to a company from California. They expect to finish
Fire investigators have ruled the cause of a blaze at an Amarillo home Monday morning as undetermined.
An Amarillo soldier killed in action in Iraq in 2007 has posthumously received the silver star.
An F-16 Fighting Falcon from Cannon Air Force Base was forced to abandon it's external fuel tanks after takeoff.
A local apartment crew is just finishing cleaning up from a sewage spill that left their grounds soaked with toilet material. 24 hours....That's the deadline Sungate apartments was given...
A government plan to revive the economy could start in your wallet. A tax advisor says thousands of Amarillo taxpayers would qualify for a proposed rebate from Washington.
For those of you who aren't 62... The recent federal reserve rate cut offers you some other advantages to save.
The PBR comes to Amarillo for a two day contest.
You may be asking what health risks come from a sewage spill like that one... And if the area will ever be safe again.
Half of Texas High School graduates are not ready for college level work. So new college readiness standards have been set for incoming college students.
TxDOT is putting the brakes on road widening projects in our area. While some regret that decision, one local truck driver is relieved.
As electric bills continue to increase, people are looking for a few ways to save.
In this week's Recall RoundUp, a magnet building set and toy race cars.
The Potter County Sheriffs Department will be making their presence felt out at the Fair Grounds this weekend.
An elderly Portales woman remains in sSrious condition after her house exploded Wednesday night.
Local fire officials say this year's area weather conditions, could spark fires worse than the Panhandle saw in 2006.
Congress, White House Agree On Plan Featuring $600-$1,200 Tax Rebates, Business Tax Cuts
Nathan Thomas has a love for vacuum cleaners that goes unmatched.
The cause is undeterminable, and the investigation is now closed. That's Amarillo Fire Marshals Terry McKinney's conclusion on the fire that burned down the Advo building....
The Amarillo Fire Department is investigating the cause of a house fire on Iris street in Amarillo. Captain Bob Johnson says the fire started just after noon...
One in five Texans says he or she has been stalked. That, according to a survey by the Crime Institute at Sam Houston State University.
A Curry County jail guard is charged with smuggling marijuana to inmates
Local bands will battle it out Thursday night at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum. It will run from 8pm - 10pm. Anyone between the ages of 14 - 25 can get in free.
Stock market turbulence is still not shaking confidence for some local investors. A downturn in the economy can still mean an upswing for your investment.
Even in a bearish market, there's still opportunity to get ahead on your retirement investment. Weakness on wall street can actually help strengthen your nest egg in the long run...
If you are suffering from a holiday credit card debt hangover, you are not alone. Local debt counselors tell us Amarillo consumers have thousands of dollars more in debt...
Red light cameras will be going up around Amarillo as early as June of this year.
About 500 Amarillo babies are aborted each year. That's according to CareNet pregnancy center. One local woman has turned a painful decision into a ministry for pregnant women...
As cold temperatures persist, plumbers are seeing more water pipes freezing throughout Amarillo.
An upcoming interest rate cut could not stop stocks from tumbling Wednesday on Wall Street.
Dow Gains Almost 300 Points After Earlier 320-Point Drop; Stimulus Plan Negotiated On The Hill
Your waistline expands...even though you are eating low fat foods. That's because many of those foods are loaded with high fructose corn syrup.
Drinking coffee could heighten your risk of a miscarriage. That, according to new research published today in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology...
Some Amarillo family members are now speaking out about a fire that destroyed their home. The Pickering family say they're grateful everyone got out alive...
Congress Wants Economic Plan Crafted Quickly; Bush Says It Must Be Done Right, Not Just Fast
Several generations of Amarillo residents arrived this morning to walk in a parade honoring the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Police now know the identity of a 19 year old woman found dead on Friday, but have yet to ID her killer.
Fire investigators say they still don't know what sparked the blaze that destroyed a southwest Amarillo home Sunday.
A fire consumes a house... And keeps authorities busy for more than twelve hours.
Waiting in an emergency room is taking longer than it did in the 1990's. That, according to research recently published in the journal "Health Affairs."
Your morning commute may bedetoured thanks to road construction that is still going on in Amarillo.
People who are looking for jobs can come to Amarillo for a job fair. The job fair is tomorrow, January 19th from 10 am to 5 pm. It's being held at the Panhandle Work Source at 1207 w. 7th.
If you leave your dog outside... A new law could be changing the way you restrain them. Owners now cannot leave a dog outside, unattended, on a restraint that unreasonably limits the dogs movement.
The Amarillo job market is booming...but the city is seeing a shortage of workers to fill those jobs. Amarillo's employment rate is holding steady at about 3 percent.
In this weeks Recall RoundUp: A Toy Stove, Wrestler Figures, A Board Game, a Picture Frame, and a Compact Tractor.
Three different stops along Interstate 40 Thursday net DPS troopers over half a million dollars worth of drugs.
Police are investigating a student's accusation of improper touching at a local high school. We wanted to know what kind of action AISD takes when a student makes this kind of complaint.
Beginning this Tuesday, the Potter County Attorney's Office will arrest people with outstanding warrants for writing hot checks.
A woman is found dead near a local motel and lounge. The victim is a 19-year old black woman who was found in the 6800 hundred block of I-40 East.
A man is found guilty on four counts in connection with a Pampa home invasion robbery in 2006 will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
The Amarillo Museum of Art will hold their Third Thursdays program on January 17th.
Three Pantex employees are suspended after a co-worker reported them for failing to properly watch a nuclear explosive.
An Amarillo high teacher is off the job while police and school officials investigate a student's complaint against him. We spoke with parents of Amarillo High students who say the school policy in place is the right thing to do.
It is used in race cars and the airline industry and now it can be used in your tires. We're talking about a new trend that replaces air in your tires with nitrogen.
More charges are filed against a man police say could be behind a string of assaults on women in Amarillo parking lots.
Investigators suspect another fire is the work of an area serial arsonist. Hutchinson County Emergency Management officials say the same person responsible for burning...
Some people in our area blame a local paper for disconnecting them from Amarillo.
WASHINGTON (AP) Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff says new border crossing rules will mean longer lines for those entering the U.S.
A man who police say led them on a high speed chase east of Amarillo remains behind bars tonight. 30 year old Khoa Davis was arrested on scene and booked into the Carson County jail...
With temperatures in our area dipping into the single digits tonight, global warming is probably the last thing on anyone's mind.
A popular stop for travellers celebrates an anniversary Wednesday.
Some people in our area insist a local newspaper is cutting them off for no good reason. Those Amarillo Globe-News readers are taking a decision to shut down their delivery as a personal insult.
New Mexicans at high-risk for flu complications are encouraged to get flu shots following ten hospitalizations.
Getting healthy apparently has a heftier price tag than the price of junk food. That, according to the Journal of the American Dietetic Association's recent report.
Cannon Air Force Base is getting a sneak peak at the type of aircraft it could soon be housing.
WASHINGTON (Dow Jones/AP) Asarco says it needs two more months to file its bankruptcy-exit plan.
The I.R.S. wants to say "no" to rapid advance loans on tax refunds and Congress is considering it.
AUSTIN (AP) _ U.S. Senator John Cornyn today said he'll push for legislation to make government spending information more accessible to the public.
With growing numbers of poor children in Amarillo's classrooms. A local school is launching a new effort to convince kids that college is a dream worth pursuing.
Amarillo police are patrolling the streets under a new logo. A.P.D. has released its first new vehicle designed to help people identify them more easily.
A fork lift falls on top of an Amarillo worker today killing him.
A college football legend spoke in Amarillo Tuesday.
We have learned at least three local pharmacies fill prescriptions with the hormone the FDA says is illegal.
It could mean big revenue for Amarillo, if red light traffic camera's are approved. That's what city commissioners were told today at their work session. Cameras were installed on a trial basis at
One thousand dollars is now the reward for information leading to the arrest of two men. This past Saturday an Amarillo police officer saw two men trying to enter a pool hall on east tenth...
Fire crews in Roosevelt County responded to a large range fire in the eastern New Mexico area Tuesday. The Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office says the fire broke out around 10:30 Tuesday...
Classes in the Hartley Independent School District will not be held Wednesday because a large number of students and teachers are out sick.
Gray County is the latest in the line of counties now under a burn ban. Commissioners voted today in favor of the ban and will review it at every meeting...
As children are targeted on the internet every day by online predators, one website says it is increasing security on its site. 46 states joined in an agreement with myspace.....
One man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for the shooting death of a 10 year old Clovis boy, and his accomplice could spend up to 24 years in prison.
Hobbs police arrested Contessa Herring on Thursday after her stepson was found not breathing.
Search Tightens For Marine Sought In Death Of Pregnant Marine
The FDA says they're breaking the law, but some Amarillo pharmacists insist defying the agency is the right thing to do.
Clinton, Obama And Their Supporters Ratchet Up Rhetoric Ahead Of S.C. Primary
A vaccine already controversial just because of what it protects against is once again making headlines but this time for a far different reason.
Two local officers involved in a fatal Christmas day shooting are now cleared of any fault. A grand jury no-billed both officers for their roles in a confrontation with 34-year-old Duane Schneider.
A former area teacher is accused of sexual misconduct.
On the loose... That's what Amarillo police are saying about two men who reportedly opened fire on an officer.
Experts say a decline in consumer spending is one sign of a possible recession.
One man is dead,and another injured, when their vehicle headed the wrong direction crashes and ejects them.
You are less likely to receive a lifesaving organ transplant if you live in the Texas Panhandle than if you lived in a bigger city. A new study found it 20 percent less likely.
A portion of northeast Carson County is now designated as a reinvestment zone for oilman T. Boone Pickens' Mesa Power company.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is urging Texas school districts to participate in new security measures to avoid a shooting like those at Columbine or the Virginia Tech massacre.
Thousands of uninsured Amarillo kids could take home private health benefits if the Texas Attorney General has his way.
One community is raising the stakes in hopes of catching an area arsonist.
Two men who hope to run Potter County... Will be facing a judge and jury... Before a ballot box. Today's docket call decided both men will be facing trial.
New mapping of area flood zones is bad news for some area homeowners. Some received a letter advising them that they now reside in a special flood hazard area.
Potter County Sheriff Mike Shumate will be going to trial. Shumate's attorney wants the case heard in Potter County... In front of members of the community Shumate serves.
Potter County has nearly three times as many people living in poverty than Randall County. That, according to numbers released today by the US Census Bureau.
Before clicking send on that personal e-mail message from work...you might want to think twice. Those e-mails can be made public because they are stored on a company server...
Police Say He Was On Greyhound In Louisiana; $25,000 Reward Offered For Information
The Travel Channel features the Big Texan in their new series "Food Paradise."
41-year old Patrick Otero was found guilty on the charge until one juror changed his mind from guilty to not guilty.
Whether your New Year's resolution is to tone up, bulk up, or just shed pounds, if you are a beginner at exercising there are several mistakes you should avoid.
An Amarillo family says nearly two decades is too long to wait for a father's killer to be executed.
Younger people are checking into hospitals for it more and more, and some say it will only get worse. We're talking about heart disease, and the Texas Heart Hospital in Amarillo is seeing...
Ten thousand dollars worth of damage... That's how much Pampa Police estimate BB gun vandals cost Pampa businesses over the weekend.
The Amarillo Better Business Bureau is warning you about new scams surrounding weight loss products.
That same shelter is needing help to provide care for these women. One volunteer coordinator says the shortage of advocates is due to the high demand for qualified volunteers in Amarillo.
Federal Government Hit With 489,000 Claims For Damages Sustained During 2005 Hurricane
40,000 Pounds Of Bombs Dropped In Just 10 Minutes Targeting Al Qaeda Safehavens
Some local families say the supreme court debate over lethal injection is delaying their personal justice. The fate of several local killers on death row is now uncertain.
They are made to alert you if carbon monoxide is leaking into your home.. But what you do could cause them not read accurately.
If you have a Carbon Monoxide detector made before 2005... You may want to upgrade. New standards have been set for the detectors...
A Guymon man is dead after being ejected from his car during rollover accident.
Amarillo National Bank presented its 2008 Economic Outlook Monday afternoon.
Low supplies, high prices and poor quality that's the status of some of Amarillo's produce.
A local women's shelter says there's been an influx of domestic violence victims seeking help since the New Year began.
Residents of an amarillo neighborhood say they are upset at a church because its members block their driveways every week.
More Americans are choosing a healthy overall lifestyle over traditional dieting.
The Hansford County Sheriff's office says 32 year old Heath Grimes was killed in an incident involving a grain auger.
More and more people are pushing bills aside to make sure their mortgage gets paid.
A quick snip and it was gone.. All for a good cause. local girl goes under the shears to help someone else.
More people are trying to find out just what they need to keep their TV working in 2009. Since the government has mandated that all signals go to a digital format by that time.
Police have arrested three Amarillo men who they say are responsible for robbing two Toot N Totum's early this morning.
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An area town is pocketing more money to help families get off welfare and become financially independent.
Amarillo Police need your help locating two people suspected of robbing a Toot N Totum at 211 S. Western late Tuesday night.
Damaging our roadways, that's what Texas Department of Transportation says dangerously overweight trucks are doing to Amarillo city streets and highways.
One area community is getting a financial boost to help families get on their feet and into their own homes. More than $40,000 in federal dollars is what Clovis is bringing home...
Six men are hoping to become the next sheriff of Potter County. Yesterday was the deadline for anyone wanting to run.
An Oklahoma man is dead following a one vehicle accident in Lipscomb County. Department of Public Safety officials say a car was driving north on County Road 30...
The race for one local judge seat has a new contender. Amarillo lawyer Douglas Woodburn has now launched his candidacy for the 108th judicial court.
The first big hurdle of the presidential race is about more than ballot results. That's what one local political expert tells us.
Iowa's caucuses could help some local people pick a presidential candidate. Undecided voters tell NewsChannel 10 they're listening closely to candidates vying for a win...
The Archdiocese of Amarillo bids farewell to one Bishop and welcomes another. Bishop John Yanta served in Amarillo for eleven years and submitted his resignation today.
A new phone scam appears to be targeting older Oklahomans.
You may be more likely to survive a heart attack in a mall than in a hospital. That, according to the New England Journal of Medicine, which reports response time for cardiac arrest patients...
Getting a busy tone is more and more likely....as 911 call centers phone lines are being tied up with phantom cell phone calls. Cell phone users are dialing 911 without even knowing it.
It's like playing house, but online. And thousands of children in the United States are logged in. But it may affect the way they interact with others in the long run. They're called Webkinz...
30 local soldiers are deployed to Iraq this morning on a 12 to 15 month mission.
People in New Mexico now have a new tool to see if their home has been used in the manufacture of illegal drugs...