A New Mexico firefighter is arrested in Clovis after police say he solicited sex from a minor.
The Route 66 Roller Derby Girls announced today that the Amarillo Civic Center will be hosting 8 bouts this summer.
Some truckers throughout Amarillo and Texas shut down today.
A gasoline tanker spilled about 100 gallons of fuel across a gas station on the northwest corner of I-40 and Coulter in Amarillo this afternoon.
Neglect and physical abuse are the most common types of child abuse reported in Potter and Randall counties according to the Department of Family and Protective Services.
It is a deal that could save American taxpayers more than 400 million dollars. Bell Helicopter announced last week it is receiving $10.4 billion from the federal government.
Convicts and former drug addicts may be moving into an Amarillo neighborhood... Where some say they are not wanted.
A controversial building purchase has one area town taking legal action against its city council. The City of Estelline received a restraining order today to hault all city related business.
A new governement web site lets you see what patients think is the best hospital in your area.
Economic Rival Claims Spot Held By North Korea; Iran, Iraq Get Most Votes In Survey
The 100th Judicial District has a new District Attorney. Texas Governor Rick Perry appointed Luke Inman, of Wellington, to the office.
A man is found shot in the upper body late Saturday night.
Two manufacturers make a new type of potting soil that can reduce your water needs while gardening.
Finding it harder to fill your shopping cart? You are not the only one.
Democrats Charge Treasury Secretary's Suggested Financial Overhaul Does Not Go Far Enough
Police arrested a man and charged him with capital murder.
The City of Amarillo is giving away free water conservation kits.
30 thousand dollars in damage is done Friday night in a house fire.
A life cut short is remembered Saturday night. Hundreds gathered in Hereford to remember 17 month old Kira Tijerina who was killed Thursday night.
Every day is a new record low is set at Lake Meredith. Sunday they reported to have around 49 feet of water.
Advo Company has a music festival to get back on it's feet.
A three year old boy has been killed in an accident at the race track in hereford, according to security guards at the scene.
Teens in the Panhandle are making radical changes to gain self confidence.
LOS ANGELES - Rescue crews responding to a wreck on a Los Angeles freeway found a driver fatally shot in the head early Sunday.
BAGHDAD - In a possible turning point in the recent upsurge in violence, Muqtada al-Sadr ordered his Shiite militiamen off the streets Sunday.
One of ten local high schoolers will be receiving a full ride to West Texas A&M and a new car. It's all part of the fullrideproject. Today the ten finalist were unveiled.
West bound lanes at St. Francis and the Dumas Highway are back open, after a truck rollover this afternoon.
Some local high schoolers were putting their needles and thread to good use today... Sewing for soldiers.
Being a princess... Some local high school junior and senior girls in foster care were able to be just that today. It was all part of the second annual Princess Tiara Luncheon.
BAGHDAD - Anti-American Shiite militia leader Muqtada al-Sadr ordered his followers Saturday to defy government orders to surrender their weapons.
The death of Kira Tijerina is just one of nearly a dozen child killings since 2007. Eleven children in less than a year and a half... All but one died allegedly by the hands of someone they trusted.
TAKS Test Results for Amarillo & Canyon
Over half of Texas households might be eligible for food stamps. Including many here in the Panhandle.
Police are investigating the cities latest bank robbery.
They are reportedly loud and disruptive late into the night, leading to sleepless nights for several residents nearby. We are told vagrants are taking over a back lot between W. 11th and W. 10th...
In this weeks Recall RoundUp, Plush Rocker Toys, Water Bottles, Warming Polar Bears, and Side-by-Side Vehicles.
What foods are eligible for purchase with food stamps?
An Amarillo man wins an acquittal for possession of marijuana.
Emergency services is getting better for residents in Panhandle. Instead of a volunteer system, they are moving to a city run emergency management department.
Higher salaries for new corrections officers are in the works. The Texas prison board voted today to increase salaries for rookie officers by ten percent.
DALLAS (AP) The Texas Workforce Commission today reports employers added 13,500 jobs in February....
Here is a list of Local Athletes honored today by the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce
To further enhance safety, the Texas panhandle will benefit from a donation to train emergency responders.
Nearly 3000 cases of child abuse are reported in the Texas panhandle every year.
Two attacks on the same woman by the same pit bull. The incidents prompted some Canyon residents to take legal action against the dog owner...
A former fire fighter and Boy Scout volunteer is facing a charge of indecency with a minor.
Potter County Fire Chief Richard Lake says firefighters have the range fire near Bushland situation under control.
Replacements have been found for trauma unit physicians who are leaving Northwest Texas Hospital. Today Northwest announced a letter of intent with Emcare Incorporated...
Trucking companies are lowering speed engine governors on their trucks. That device sets a vehicle's maximum speed.
You have a chance to change the way you receive health care in New Mexico.
High fuel prices are fueling sales at local discount food stores. That's what one store manager says he's seeing at a local discount food store.
CFL's aren't the only household items you may be throwing away incorrectly. Nail polish, pool chemicals, paint... They are all things you may have in your home, but may not be disposing of correctly.
The location of Potter County Sheriff Mike Shumate's trial is still undecided tonight... After prosecutors and defense counsel battle over the issue today in court.
Compact Florescent Light Bulbs cause mercury danger.
One community is almost fully recovered after a devastating tornado hit this day last year. 114 homes were destroyed during this tornado that swept through the town of Logan.
Several community programs receive thousands of dollars Tuesday. United Way of Amarillo and Canyon announced its allocations for the 2008-2009 fiscal year.
Too many school absences leaves your child behind in class and....you in court. We're talking about those unexcused absences....not having a doctor's note, not calling the school.....
So how can you get more bang for your buck at the pump? There are several tips to help ease the pressure of high gas prices.
They say they are being taxed to death and now truck drivers are taking a stance thousands will be striking on April 1st.
A woman is taken to the hospital after fire fighters saved her from a burning house in Amarillo early this morning.
Your annual physical might not be worth your time and money.
An SUV hits the guardrail of I-40 and ends up facing oncoming traffic. The accident occurred just after two this morning.
More than 30 thousand dollars in damage is caused last night in a house fire. That's according to the Amarillo Fire department.
Two major recalls we told you about earlier in the week had one company asking for millions of toys back. Two recalls by Mega Brands highlighted received a lot of publicity this week. They asked you
Your Easter supplies can rack up quickly and with the cost of goods on the rise it appears those celebrating the holiday are not going without.
If you spend three or more hours in front of the computer everyday you might be at a risk for Computer Vision Syndrome.
You may be having to take a detour to work. The Texas Department of Transportation will be closing lanes in both directions of Amarillo Blvd... From Buchanan to Eastern.
An Amarillo church gets a big surprise this Easter Sunday... A car slamming into their building.
Low temperatures and drizzling rain were not enough to keep some away from attending Easter services at the cross in Groom Sunday morning.
NEW YORK - Few investors expect this week's readings on the housing market and personal spending to be especially strong.
Be prepared to open your wallet a little wider this summer because local entertainment businesses are passing the buck onto you.
BAGHDAD - Rockets and mortars pounded Baghdad's U.S.-protected Green Zone Sunday and a suicide car bomber struck an Iraqi army post in the northern city of Mosul.
CHENGDU, China - China accused the Dalai Lama on Sunday of stoking Tibetan unrest to sabotage the Beijing Olympics and also berated House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying she is ignoring the truth about Tibet.
If you are planning on giving baby chicks and ducklings as gifts for easter... You maybe putting your kids health at risk.
Some cantaloupes are being linked to more than 50 cases of illness in the country... Including in Oklahoma.
Three accidents Saturday, two on Soncy and one on Grand
Amarillo Police say Auto Burglaries are down.
Receiving blood more than two weeks old could make for more health problems in some heart surgery patients. That, according to new research published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
With die hard fans cheering on their favorite teams at sports bars across the country, those behind the bar say they are taking a cautious approach this year.
While parents are working grandchildren are more commonly becoming care givers for grandparents with Alzheimer's Disease.
Less people are injured at intersections where red light cameras are in place, but the number of accidents do not go down. That's according to a new federal study.
Sunday alcohol sales are almost a reality in clovis. Chili's, Applebee's and American Legion Post 25 have already been approved for a permit. Now they're just waiting for them to come in....
Potential meth lab busted.
A man charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child is now also charged with kidnapping.
Businesses get ready for March Madness
Despite turning down state money Hall County still plans to repair their courthouse.
Increased homelessness, more people in jail, more violence on the streets. All are likely results of a shortage of psychiatric beds across the nation.
Commercial aircrafts are being inspected for their airborne safety by the Federal Aviation Administration throughout the United States, but a local expert says regulations are so tight...
He's armed, dangerous and on the loose. And police need your help to bring him in. A warrant for murder has been issued for 39 year old Tomas Romero.
There was a war protest in Downtown Amarillo today.
They head out to the bars to watch the games... They place their bets around the office... Or even catch a flight to bet it all in Vegas.
No charges will be filed against a suspect accused of sexual assault at West Texas A&M. The Randall County grand jury no-billed the suspect today.
Fire on FM 1912 this afternoon disrupted rail service.
A truck ran into an Amarillo bar.
The next time you purchase an a airline ticket, you will notice an increase. That's because American and Continental airlines are increasing their fares from 4 to 50 dollars.
A Dalhart man convicted of attempted sexual assault filed an appeal today. 29 year old Christian Bjorgaard submitted paperwork to the State Court of Criminal Appeals this morning.
People with substance abuse issues in Amarillo are finding a lot of doors closed to them...Because programs are at capacity.
Hundreds of Amarillo residents are in violation of a municipal code for having junk vehicles in their yard. What you think is junk and what the law says is junk may be two different things.
Preventing and minimizing the damage from identity theft. That's what a new website allows you to do.
WASHINGTON (AP) Regulators in Washington today approved a rule banning exclusive telephone service agreements in apartment buildings.
Two people were sent to the hospital today with serious injuries after a one car roll-over this morning.
Already in this season alone, the Texico Wolverines have pulled in three state titles, and one runner-up.
If you have credit cards, by you the end of the week, some of you should see your interest rates lowered.
No room....The problem some substance abuse shelters in Amarillo are facing this evening. More men and women in Amarillo are seeking help for substance abuse, but there's not enough room.
DALLAS (AP) - High winds and heavy rains grounded hundreds of flights at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport ...
He is accused of kidnapping his own girlfriend. Shelby Clay Stephens of Canyon is in the Randall County Jail for allegedly forcing his girlfriend into his car while she was moving into her friend's home.
It could allow guilty people to walk away free. The Castle Doctrine, the law that allows you to protect your home and family....
American Airlines caneled all flights in and out of Dallas/Forth Worth today.
Area District Attorney Stuart Messer has been appointed to take over the office of former District Judge David McCoy.
They have identified their suspect...They just need to find him now. Amarillo Ppolice say they are looking for a 39 year old man responsible for the saturday night killing of 22 year old Hugo Medina.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Reserve on Tuesday slashed a key interest rate by three-fourths of a percentage point, moving aggressively to contain a credit crisis threatening to push the country into a severe recession.
Pampa has a problem with vandals attacking downtown businesses.
Two Clovis mothers are convicted because their children had too many absences from school.
2.4 million magnetic toys being recalled could put your children at risk of choking
Having an emergency plan in case of a natural disaster is one of the most important things a family can do. But almost 90 percent of Texas families do not have a plan.
Your pet could still be at risk a year after the biggest pet food recall in US history.
The hunt continues for four fugitives who could still be roaming our streets. Possessing drugs, forgery, even murder.
An Amarillo man is dead after being shot multiple times in his body.
A car hits a power pole and ignites the ground around it.
With severe weather season approaching, more organizations are urging residents to get an emergency plan in place.
This new gold rush is sending Americans to the local pawn shop to cash in.
Starting Monday Texas Congressman Mac Thornberry will be home to answer your questions. The "Conversations With Mac" town hall meetings are open to anyone with questions or comments for the congressman.
Texans are spending over $900 million a year to protect themselves from drivers who do not have insurance coverage.
BEIJING - Violence in Tibet spilled over into neighboring provinces Sunday where Tibetan protesters defied a Chinese government crackdown.
It wasn't suppose to be about green at the 62nd annual st. Patty's day celebration today in Shamrock. This year theme "Red, White, and Blue for 62" had some sporting their patriotic colors.
Emergency medical air transportation for the Panhandle is preparing to get even better.
With wild fires already breaking out in the panhandle, the Potter County Fire department is looking to make their equipment more dependable.
High winds and extreme fire danger are a major concern across the panhandle region this evening.
In this week's Recall RoundUp: A Children's Magnet Building Set, A Children's Toy Ice Cream Sundae, An Infant Sling, and A Deep Fryer.
Two students from Tascosa High School are taken to the hospital following an accident Friday afternoon.
Emergency crews remain on the scene of a fire burning north of Amarillo. The brush chipping site near Broadway and Hughes caught fire just before 3:00 Friday...
If you have prescription drugs in your medicine cabinet, you may want to consider keeping track of how many pills are in those bottles.
Dental implants can contain harmful levels of lead and the American Dental Association warns you that these products are usually made in Mexico, India, and China.
A tip to detectives in Nebraska lead to the arrest of two fugitives in Pampa. Pampa police say two fugitives on the run from Hastings, Nebraska were arrested in Gray County...
An historical courthouse will not be renovated. That's what Hall County Commissioners decided today in a 3-2 against the renovation.
Two people are behind bars after police say drugs are found inside their vehicle.
It can be a deadly disease and many people do not know they have it.
Area Youth are reckognized for their tobacco free efforts.
Today, a controversial program to make rain ends in Randall County.
If your teenage daughter does not have one, she most likely knows someone who does. Startling new research finds a quarter of teenage girls have at least one sexually transmitted disease.
The Osprey production line reaches 100. In a ceremony today at the Bell Helicopter production plant the 100th V-22 was on display. Officials marked the occasion by celebrating the air crafts already built
The Panhandle Plains Historical Museum presents a new exhibit, Going to Texas: Five Centuries of Texas Maps.
An area sports team gives back to the community this evening, just hours before they hit the road for a major playoff push.
Two people are still on the loose and two behind bars in two different shootings in Pampa.
Students at West Texas A&M University are being told to pay more attention to their surroundings.
The lone star state has 22 of the counties nationwide that the EPA is requiring to step up efforts to reduce smog.
A strong economy and low unemployment are the reasons Texas Governor Rick Perry has announed a tax cut for small businesses across the state.
Randall County farmers and ranchers say "no" to cloud seeding...a process that "could" create rain. Randall County Commissioners agree.
To avoid being scammed, we want to inform you that the actual letter from the IRS about your stimulus check.
When your children are on spring break, they can still have fun while learning. Registration for the Wildcat Bluff Nature Center's Spring Nature Camp is underway and ends this Friday.
CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) _ A firm that plans to turn animal fat into biodiesel is postponing its proposed plant in Clovis by several months.
Investigators are still searching for a motive in an amarillo double homicide. 20 year old Marcos Portillo remains behind bars facing two counts of murder.
Be on alert...that's the message coming from West Texas A&M Officials after two alleged assaults over the weekend. An alleged sexual assault took place at Jarrett hall.
DALLAS (AP) _ Documents released by congressional investigators show federal aviation authorities "falsified'' a report that allowed Southwest Airlines to continue flying.
The residents of a local Health Care System, have a new method of transportation Tuesday.
To protect and preserve Amarillo's water supply, the city is launching "Every Drop Counts." The campaign hopes to reduce water consumption for the city by fiver percent per day.
New concerns today about our nation's drinking water. A new study says you may be consuming small amounts of pharmaceutical and over the counter drugs when you take a sip of tap water.
If you need blood, you may have a tough time getting it. The Coffee Memorial Blood Center averages about 25 hundred units every month.
The Vatican is "Going Green" as ambassadors for mother nature and that could mean modern sins for the modern world.
36 years is how much a man will spend in prison for robbery, burglary, assault, and intimidating a state witness.
You might think of the easter bunny or coloring eggs, but crooks think of church. That's right, holy places are hit hard, with auto burglaries on Easter, according to the Amarillo Police Department.
A virus that preys on infants is hitting Amarillo hard.
Ethanol is fueling fire concerns across the nation because it is difficult to control.
You lost an hour of sleep last night in order to save energy but are we really saving?
A Clovis man could spend the next 27 years in prison for selling methamphetamine to undercover narcotic agents.
Residents in the North Amarillo neighborhood are mourning the loss of their neighbors, and are also concerned for their safety.
Two Amarillo men are behind bars in connection to a double homicide last night. Three people were shot and a child is dead.
Saint Francis Church hosted their 49th annual sausage festival Sunday.
Cooking up a way to feed the less fortunate people of the Panhandle. That's what the City of Refuge church was doing Sunday...with their chili cook off contest and silent auction.
Hundreds of people filled the Heritage ball room of the Civic Center today for the respect life banquet. The event raised funds for the Diocesan Respect Life Ministries.
Getting your education is important...at any age. An Amarillo senior citizen received her GED today.
An Amarillo soldier heads back to Iraq after a two week leave.
Don't forget to change your batteries along with your clocks.
Sexual Assaults are on the rise in the city of Clovis, up 30 percent in one year. The Clovis Police Department released its annual crime statistics on Friday.
In this weeks Recall RoundUp, a toaster, a portable air compressor, a tealight candle holder, an infant rattle, and gas connectors.
Amarillo again is going against national trends when it comes to the housing market.. But one expert says that doesn't mean you should let down your guard when it comes to your home.
The cost of diesel is threatening small trucking companies arcoss the nation.
It's a better learning environment and experience. That's what a student and teacher in Amarillo tell Newschannel 10's Stephanae Benson about their decision to go TAKS free.
"Speak Out Amarillo" is out once again to tell Amarilloans why they believe the proposed smoking ban is an invasion of personal rights.
Charges are dropped against an Amarillo homeowner because of the Texas Castle law. The law gives homeowners the right to use deadly force if necessary against home invaders.
It's a deadly disease that is now facing our elementary school children....eating disorders.
A ten million dollar lawsuit is lodged against a chiropractic company that has a clinic in Amarillo. Allstate Insurance Company is suing Chiropractic Strategies Group, Inc. for alleged fraud.
A controversial herb deemed a controlled substance in Oklahoma, and in several other states is being sold in Texas.
DALLAS (AP) _ Federal regulators will seek a penalty of at least three million dollars against Southwest Airlines for not inspecting older planes for cracks.
New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson signed a bill today allowing 341 million dollars for statewide capital improvements.
Parents of Travis Middle School students are going to school to learn english. The school principal says parents are excited about the program.
A possible solution to make the Hall County Courthouse safe is being proposed. Overloaded fuse boxes, electrical wires sticking out of the walls and bats living in the attic...
Happy State Bank will soon go from being the sixth largest bank in the local market to the number two.
Put a contract out on yourself
SMITHFIELD (AP) Smithfield Foods says it is selling its beef operations to a Brazilian company for 565 million dollars.
The state of New Mexico wants unwed fathers to establish ties with their children.