Hundreds try out... But just a little more than a dozen will make it.
More families are relying on food programs to get their children the nutrients they need.
There's an outcry from residents of a small Panhandle town, after a string of robberies
Emergency fire crews are no longer stationed at the Randall County /Osage Fire Departments.
Benardino Caldera Ojeda Jr.
Benardino Caldera Ojeda is wanted for Forgery.
Alarmed by a year of recalls targeting millions of tainted toys, the House voted overwhelming Wednesday to ban lead and other dangerous chemicals from items.....
Federal Emergency Management Agency teams are touring Ruidoso today. They're checking how much damage was done by a flash flood ....
A warning to those who live in Eastern New Mexico... Be on the lookout for mountain lions.
WT Student is off to Japan
One man remains in custody this afternoon for allegedly breaking into a business and leading Potter County Deputies on a high speed chase.
A preliminary hearing is set for a man accused of killing a Pampa family. Levi King is the suspect in the murders of Brian Conrad, Michelle Conrad, her unborn child and their 15 year old son.
A caffeine overload is being felt by residents across the country... As more products begin to contain caffeine under other names.
The rising cost of everything from food to gasoline is causing many families to cut back on spending, and it's hitting foster families especially hard.
An Amarillo man is sent to the hospital after being burnt this morning.
The planned fence along the U.S.-Mexican border will no longer cut off a large chunk of a South Texas university...
Teachers looking for jobs this coming school year may already be too late.
Shortly after 9:00 this morning Amarillo Animal Control received a call concerning two wild deer blocking traffic on 34th Street near Author.
Coupon-clipping is proving to be a way for many to save money when dining out. In fact, several local restaurants report an increase in the number of coupons used by their patrons.
A poor housing market, high unemployment rates, expensive gasoline and groceries... All stem from a struggling economy. But there's another industry that's suffering too...
Too many children and not enough foster parents to take them in. It's a growing problem in the panhandle...stemming from a struggling economy.
You've locked your doors, you've shut the windows but that may not be enough to keep an intruder from entering your home.
A theft ring in Amarillo comes crashing down. Amarillo Police arrived at the Amarillo Motor Inn to question possible suspects.
You may have to shell out an extra $25 the next time you check a second bag with Delta Air Lines.
Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens acknowledges an energy plan he's pushing would be expensive.
The Pope is feeling the push to lift his ban on birth control. After 50 Catholic organizations make the claim the ban is causing catastrophic effects.
Local elderly citizens are being targeted by a company claiming to provide information to get free prescriptions.
Larry Donnell Davis doesn't deny that he was at an Amarillo home participating in a robbery and beating of the man who lived there.
ATLANTA (AP) - Diabetic women who get pregnant are three to four times more likely to have a child with birth defects than other women....
RUIDOSO, N.M. (AP) - Rescuers hope today to finish building a temporary bridge to get closer to about 70 people still stranded....
NEW YORK - Stocks extended their rally to a second day Wednesday after an upbeat employment report....
President Bush, on a campaign to open offshore waters to oil drilling, said Wednesday that the Democratic-run Congress was letting down the American people....
Immigration raids and a struggling U-S economy are choking the flow of money to Mexican hamlets...
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas is filling in for indicted Sen. Ted Stevens as the top Republican on a key Senate committee.
The salmonella strain linked to a nationwide outbreak has been found in irrigation water and a serrano pepper at a Mexican farm, federal health officials said today.
Two men and three juveniles linked to a Clovis gang are arrested on burglary and aggravated battery charges.
Police take down an apparent meth lab in an Amarillo home this morning.
New information tonight in the drowning at Lake Greenbelt over the weekend. The victim is twenty-year-old Orin Tye Barazell.
Channing needs 2 million Doolars to keep the XIT Headquarters .
Video of a possible suspect in the June 8th fire at the Governor's mansion is released today.
Making every drop count is still an issue in the Panhandle, despite the close to three inches of rain some places saw last night.
Police in Tucumcari are worried residents may be caught in a gang gun battle after one side fires on the other Monday night.
An Amarillo man is safe after police say he is taken against his will in broad daylight.
Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles denied all appeals from Larry Donell Davis
New Mexican health providers can now spend more time to spend with patients.
Pickens sells all of his Yahoo Inc. holdings...
Over 250 cases are under review...
Strong earthquake shakes Southern California, estimated at magnitude 5.8
More missing people accounted for....
We're still awaiting autopsy results on the drowning victim at Lake Greenbelt over the weekend. We do know that the victim was a twenty year old male. He is the third drowning death...
Good samaritans help break up a scuffle between a suspect and an Amarillo police officer. The incident happened around 4:30 Monday afternoon.
More and more people are jumping bail in Amarillo overloading local bond agencies. Bond agencies save taxpayers and the county thousands of dollars taking a risk, bailing people out....
143 Texas Army National Guard soldiers were deployed from Amarillo...
Rescuers used pulleys Monday to help stranded residents and campers cross a rushing river where the body of a man reported missing in flash flooding was found near a bridge in a thicket of debris.
We're still awaiting autopsy results of a man who drowned at Lake Greenbelt over the weekend.
Three drownings at area lakes in the past two weeks... So many deaths in such a short period of time have many of you are taking extra steps to make sure they stay safe while boating.
Five to ten million dollars will be spent on the old Potter County Courts building to remove asbestos. County Commissioners voted Monday to approve the expense.
Scientist claims unhealty levels in Granite, EPA say there's no significant healt risk
Four people are indicted in the death of a Pampa teen. Officials says they assisted in a drug overdose and then refused to help the victim.
A federal appeals court refused Monday to throw out lengthy prison sentences for two jailed U.S. Border Patrol agents convicted of shooting an unarmed illegal immigrant and lying about it.
Seven people are arrested in connection with what police say is a string of vandalisms in the Borger area.
A 400 acre fire in Childress county is contained. The Texas Forest Service says the fire broke out over the weekend on Highway 62.
Medically unfit truck drivers are lying to keep their trucks on the road, which can put all drivers safety at risk.
An unemployed man accused of opening fire with a shotgun and killing two people at a Unitarian Universalist church apparently targeted the congregation out of hatred for its support of liberal social policies, police said Monday.
Kim Sturla began bringing goats, pigs, chickens and cows once slated for slaughter to her sanctuary 20 years ago.....
A state law enforcement official says five indicted members of a polygamist sect in West Texas have turned themselves in to authorities.
Broken well and low water levels leaves Guymon in uncertainty
Two people lost their lives today after their Chevy Tahoe rolled over on U.S. 87 near Hartley.
Running a red light. That is the cause of a three car collision off of N.E. 15th and Mirror.
Amarillo city workers had a big mess on their hands Friday night after a water main break on North Wallace.
Amarillo city workers had a big mess on their hands Friday night after a water main break on North Wallace.
We have new information about the murder of an inmate at the Clements Unit, just northeast of Amarillo.
Some schools that would be deemed academically unacceptable will get a break from the state this year. The State Education Commissioner decided to excuse the schools....
Unwanted horses are being left on roadsides across the country to fend for themselves.
Judges Decision Allows Critical Feed Use to resume
You may be searching for the latest radio hit, when all of the sudden you have sensitive information in front of you.. Or visa versa - and your personal information can be on someone's computer screen.
Your help is needed locating a man in the Guymon area who police say exposed himself to two young girls.
A short foot chase in Pampa Friday morning lands one man behind bars on drug charges.
Some City of Clovis employees will see a bigger check in the next pay period.
Former members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints have testified that the polygamous church violates the rights of women and children.
About 1,200 people turned out in Tucumcari for a State Racing Commission hearing on a proposed race track and casino.
Minimum wage increases, from $5.85 to $6.55 per hour....
Today's minimum wage hike is seeing a luke warm response from workers and businesses.
Tonight we hear from the Potter County Sheriff's candidates about changes being made by the current interim Sheriff... And whether or not they agree.
An area hospital is seeing a spike in the number of deadly staph infections.
El Paso police said today that a teenage runaway considered endangered after running away with a registered sex offender has returned home safely.
A former Randall County Sheriff Sergeant is indicted for sexual assault. Derrick White is now formally charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault with a Deadly Weapon.
A Clements unit inmate is dead this afternoon after an alleged homicide. The Warden at the unit in Northeast Amarillo says the inmate was killed after a fight with another inmate....
The Eastbound lanes on I-40 are back open after a truck went up in flames this afternoon
BAGHDAD - The International Olympic Committee has upheld a ban on Iraqi teams at the Beijing Games...
BERLIN - Before an enormous crowd, Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama on Thursday summoned Europeans and Americans together to "defeat terror and dry up the well of extremism.....
More than 1,000 people died over two years from an illegal version of the painkiller fentanyl, the government reported Thursday in its first national tally of those deaths
It's a question most Amarilloans are asking.. What is happening at the Potter County Sheriff's Department.
Church members watching the steeple being raised on their new building looked on in horror Thursday as a crane holding the structure toppled, crushing a car and killing an 80-year-old man who had been watching from inside the vehicle, firefighters said.
Residents across south Texas slogged through knee-deep muddy waters, tiptoed around downed power lines and dug through debris Thursday, but were thankful that Hurricane Dolly didn't pack the wallop they had feared.
The economy is pushing more people to stay put during the summer months instead of venturing out on the road. People are taking more "Staycations"...
Everyone made it out safely after a North Amarillo home caught on fire early Thursday morning.
Staff infections, hepatitis, even AIDS - they are all chances you take when you get a body piercing.
You could soon have to pay another fee when you fly out of Amarillo. The Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport is seeking approval from the Federal Aviation Administration......
Production Tax Credits soon to expire could slow the growth of wind energy in the Panhandle
Imagine checking into a hotel room, only to breathe in poisonous gases when you walk through the door. Local law enforcement says meth labs in hotel rooms are popping up again...
Convicted killer Derrick Sonnier has been executed for the slayings of a woman and her young child at their suburban Houston apartment almost two decades ago.
AFL-CIO Statement regarding ASARCO workers
The State honors one local lawman today. Randall County Sheriff Joel Richardson received the Texas Peacemaker Award this week.
Hurricane Dolly slammed into the South Texas coast Wednesday with punishing rain and winds of 100 mph.....
Two unidentified Texas high school athletes were caught taking unauthorized substances in the nation's largest steroids testing program.
A fire gutted the second story of a home at the 4200 block of Palacio Dive shortly before 2:00 this afternoon.
Texas authorities on Wednesday began looking for five indicted members of a polygamist sect....
Gas prices are not slowing down drivers, they are actually speeding up. Forcing Amarillo police officers to hand out more and more tickets to drivers.
Consumers helped bring McDonald's Corp. back to profitability in the second quarter by spending on breakfast biscuits, chicken sandwiches and drinks despite the tough economy...
"Don't ask, Don't tell,'' a policy that has been in place for 15 years in the military maybe getting revised. Some democrats say there's no chance it'll be changed this year...
Officials with the Sheriff's Department say Captain Roger Haney is being suspended for 10 days. They say it stems from when Captain Haney was in charge of former Potter County Sheriff Mike Shumate.
ELDORADO, Texas - Polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs, already convicted in Utah of rape as an accomplice and awaiting trial in Arizona on other charges related to underage marriages....
Gasoline prices continue to dip. AAA's Fuel-Gauge report this morning puts the national average price of a gallon of regular at $4.04 a gallon. That's down about 2 cents from yesterday.
Texas governor Rick Perry is asking for just that from the federal government. He wants the blend amount between ethanol and gasoline to be changed.
The New Mexico Racing Commission is reviewing a proposal to build a "Racino" that would attract Panhandle dollars.
As Dolly pounds the coast, Amarillo is gearing up for evacuees to arrive in town.
Amarillo residents are doing a great job of keeping water usage to a minimum. Despite being twenty five million gallons a day below disastrous levels, water wasting is still an issue...
Amarillo ISD needs your help to prevent it from being millions of dollars in the red.
A leading oilman from Texas was on Capitol Hill Tuesday (07/22) urging Congress to clear the way for more domestic energy production.
Just in case Hurricane Dolly does turn into a big storm, Amarillo is gearing up for evacuees.
Help is on the way for drought stricken counties in the Oklahoma Panhandle as the U.S. Department of Agriculture issues a disaster declaration.
Dolly spun into a hurricane Tuesday, heading toward the U.S.-Mexico border.....
Concerned citizens think facility will jeopardize their safety
Despite the fact that we've been seeing quite a bit of rain recently, our viewers are still diligent in turning in water wasters.
The Bush administration says letting the FDA regulate tobacco products could give the false impression that such products are safe.
A review of health problems reported after women and girls received Merck & Co's Gardasil vaccine shows it remains safe and effective for protecting against a virus that causes cervical cancer...
It may pay to play... In graduation credits that is. A new proposal to the Texas Board of Education would increase the maximum number of credits athletes can obtain from two to four.
Michael Dick's death is fueling questions about Potter County's handling of inmates. One local lawyer is requesting a federal investigation into the jail.
A woman is facing Aggravated Burglary charges after police say she stabbed a woman in downtown Amarillo.
An Amarillo woman is behind bars after the Potter County Sheriffs Department raided her home.
The U.S. government has declared it's OK to eat tomatoes again, lifting its salmonella warning....
Nearly 20 years after police put out a warrant for his arrest, a local murder suspect is finally behind bars.
A Bible course elective is required to be offered in Texas schools starting in the fall of 2009.
Farmers and ranchers are running out of options as court battle lingers on..
Pet droppings left on the ground are more than a rude surprise, they can be a health hazard.
Rodeo provides bright spot during Childress's summer of rebuilding.
Iraq's government welcomed Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama today..
Residents along the Texas-Mexico border kept a watchful eye on Tropical Storm Dolly on Monday, stocking up on plywood, generators and flashlights.......
An inmate of the Potter County Detention Center is dead tonight. Justice of the Peace Debbie Horn tells us she received a call yon Saturday evening saying Michael Dick was dead. When she arrived at the
Four percent of the average American family's income is spent on gasoline, according to the Center for American Progress. That is the highest price american families have paid since 1983. So it's easy
29 year old Vien Gkhong Sikalasinh is sitting in jail right now with a 800 thousand dollar bond.
Mexico will no longer jail illegal immigrants detained within its borders.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Government inspectors have found the same salmonella strain responsible for a nationwide food-poisoning outbreak in a Mexican-grown jalapeno in a Texas plant....
Investigators are still looking in to how an inmate in the Potter Correction Center died over the weekend.
An Amarillo man is recovering this afternoon, after being shot in the arm and leg.
An Amarillo officer is rammed into by a driver after a slow speed pursuit.
Blunt force trauma is the cause of the drowning death for Marcell Daigle.
A house fire today in Clovis has left a child's room destroyed after a five year old lit a mattress on fire. Clovis Fire officials tell us the child was playing with the parent's lighter.....
Michael Dick's death is causing one local lawyer to question Potter County's policy on dealing with inmates, specifically those with a mental illness.
Over five seasons, Bike & Build has contributed $1,144,231 to housing groups to fund projects planned and executed by young adults.
What looks like a toy can cause devistation
More and more are people staying married because of the dwindling economy, which may be good for some couples but not all.
LISBON, Portugal (AP) - Portugal's attorney general ordered police Monday to halt their investigation into the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann....
SINGAPORE - Singapore is considering legalizing kidney trading to help meet demand for kidney transplants, the city-state's health minister said Monday.
McLEAN, Va. (AP) -Fire departments across the country report that thieves are twisting the brass nuts off the tops and selling......
EW YORK - If Sen. John McCain is really serious about becoming a Web-savvy citizen, perhaps Kathryn Robinson can help.
NEW YORK - Television news' royalty will fly in to meet Barack Obama during this week's overseas trip....
BAGHDAD (AP) - Iraq's security has improved so much, even as U.S. troop levels have dropped, that President Bush seems likely to order thousands more soldiers home by year's end.
GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba - The first Guantanamo war crimes trial began Monday with a not guilty plea from a former driver and alleged bodyguard for Osama bin Laden.
AS VEGAS (AP) - A Brookings Institution report says economic and population growth in New Mexico and four other western states are making the area a new American heartland...
Three planned power lines will take wind power to the rest of Texas
They only take a couple minutes of your time but could save you hundreds on your gas bill... new ways for you to make your car's gas go further. We all know driving slower and reducing idling in your car
After a tornado nearly destroyed the town Tulia, city officials decided to take the opportunity to revamp the area. A tornado cleared out businesses and homes in Tulia more than a year ago.
The Tulia community is still picking up the pieces after a tornado ripped through the town over a year ago.
If you're in Tulia, an interesting flash back in time is at the local museum. It's called the Swisher County Museum, which director Alan Glasscock says has exhibits for everyone.
BEIJING - Remain calm, don't fight back and try to send a text message to the police. That's how Chinese police have advised people to respond if captured by terrorists...
ALBUQUERQUE (AP) - The woman who's headed Mothers Against Drunk Driving in New Mexico for a decade says it's time to pass the baton to someone else.
ANKARA, Turkey - Iran's Foreign Minister said Friday that forthcoming nuclear talks in Geneva and the participation of a U.S. diplomat for the first time look positive...
Jul 18 09:46 AM US/Eastern By CELEAN JACOBSON Associated Press Writer QUNU, South Africa (AP) - Nelson Mandela celebrated his 90th birthday Friday by urging the wealthy to share ...
One of the biggest livestock auctions in the state is right here in Tulia. The Tulia Live Stock Auction has been around for decades selling thousands of cattle...
The tornado that struck Tulia more than a year ago has city officials taking extra precautions for the future. The town currently has nine sirens powered by electricity.
Summer celebration is not the only fun event going on in Tulia. The town of Tulia is having a picnic celebration. Everyone is invited for a barbeque lunch in Conner park, parade and rodeo.
ANKARA, Turkey - Iran's Foreign Minister said Friday that forthcoming nuclear talks in Geneva and the participation of a U.S. diplomat...
Oil prices rose above $131 a barrel Friday as news of an output cut in Nigeria helped to halt the sharp decline in prices that began three days ago.
Borger's Bobby Barber is having a golf season to remember.
Four people remain in the hospital tonight following two separate shootings in east Amarillo...
Borger is known for being an oil boom town, but with industries changing some want to make sure all residents remember the past.
The town of Borger is known for being an oil boom town, but community leaders are looking to change that.
Borger officials say they being proactive in water conservation.
Borger unemployment trends keep spiraling down, according to economic developers.
Borger is just one more city looking to bring renewable energy to the area.
Cannon Air Force Base is now home to the 27th Air Force Special Operations Force.
Collapsable gas cans...they seem like a convenient way to transport gasoline in your car without taking up too much space. But, they could pose a health threat.....
Texas is moving forward on the nation's largest wind-power project.
Cigarettes that include the ingredient menthol are more likely to hook smokers, especially those under 18.
With Lake Meredith teetering at nearly record low levels.. Low flow pumps could be needed to continue to pump the lake.
Judge continues to keep herds off CRP land
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) -- New Mexico is reaping a revenue windfall because of high prices for oil and natural gas...
SANTA FE (AP) - Work on the expansion of the Rail Runner Express commuter train system to Santa Fe has led Santa Fe Southern Railway to sue......
KABUL, Afghanistan - U.S. Special Forces and Afghan troops called in airstrikes during a raid on a militant cell in western Afghanistan on Thursday, killing 15 insurgents...
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Debbie Halcomb unpacked boxes as she moved back into her flood-damaged home, but worried that her damp carpet harbors mold.
SYDNEY, Australia - The world's natural resources are being squandered in the pursuit of "insatiable consumption," Pope Benedict XVI said Thursday ...
NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street is surging for the second straight day as tumbling energy prices bolster an already upbeat mood in the market.
Governor takes a tour of struggling farms as he waits for Federal Aid
Four counties in Oklahoma have been declared primary disaster areas by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Cimarron, Texas, Beaver, and Ellis counties are among nine counties to receive the declaration.