All burglaries which were reported and handled by the Amarillo Police Department within the last week.
Burglaries handled by the Amarillo Police Department from Friday, August 22nd through Thursday, August 28th
His target looks to be south Amarillo apartments and his loot is expensive electronic devices.
An Amarillo man headed to jail for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon decided to never show up for his sentencing..
A fugitive could be on the loose right here in our community. It's not the first time we told you about Tomas Romero.
With Tropical Storm Gustav approaching, the Amarillo Civic Center is preparing for 500 gulf coast residents to be evacuated to the Texas panhandle.
More than a million utility customers are without power in the wake of Hurricane Gustav. And that number is continuing to grow.
More than seventy people were arrested on everything from drug charges to underage drinking to fire code violations. It all happened a "The Cafe" on Amarillo Boulevard...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Hurricane Gustav slammed into the heart of Louisiana's fishing and oil industry with 110 mph winds Monday then faded as it moved inland...
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff says he can't remember a time when FEMA was juggling so many major disasters at once.
John McCain's running mate Sarah Palin said Monday that her 17-year-old unmarried daughter is five months pregnant
Handling the stress of trying to become Amarillo's finest... 26 cadets are doing just that and tonight we hear from some of them.
Police have now captured a fourth of the eight men who escaped from the Curry County Jail.
The tools of the trade... All cops carry them.. A gun... Handcuffs, tasers.. But adjusting to them can be hard for rookies. The gear is heavy.. The vest and a fully loaded gunbelt weighs about 20 pounds...
The search is on for a Beaver County woman who has been missing for almost 24 hours.
Texas students are falling behind when they take the SAT test. The College Board reports Texas students' SAT scores are lower than the national average...
Curry County Manager Answers Questions about the Curry County Jail Escape
Presidential candidate John McCain has chosen what some are calling a surprise Vice Presidential running mate.
Let us know where TxDOT needs to repair a highway near you.
The High Plains Food Bank is asking for help collecting food items for potential Hurricane Gustav evacuees.
Troopers on the lookout for violators
John McCain tapped Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a conservative who shares his maverick streak, to be the Republican vice presidential running mate
(CBS) In a move that startled the political world, Sen. has chosen Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to be his running mate
Residents in Curry County question their safety this evening after five days of unanswered questions about how eight inmates escaped.
A local family is homeless after a fire consumes their mobile home this evening.
High school dropouts cost Texas taxpayers millions of dollars.... $377 million every year.
Child Protective Services is another Amarillo agency stepping up to help those who may be affected by Gustav.
An Amarillo man is hospitalized Thursday after being stabbed in north Amarillo.
As long as their own children graduate from high school and go on to college, most parents don't think twice about the other kids in the class.
A warning is going out to Panhandle parents, to research your child's day care before you send them off, according to Texas Child Protective Services.
It's not just questions remaining unanswered.. But the whereabouts of five dangerous men are also unknown...
A man killed while crossing Interstate 40 in Amarillo has been identified.
Barack Obama aims to weave the personal with the political Thursday night...
Preparations are being made for the possible arrival of 500 hurricane Gustav evacuees to Amarillo.
Republican presidential nominee-in-waiting John McCain stayed mum about his pick of a running mate
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison says she hasn't been asked to become Republican John McCain's running mate
Authorities filed charges Wednesday against four Curry County jail inmates for allegedly helping eight inmates break out...
Miracle products... Ones that promise to reduce your gas mileage by upwards of 50%. Mechanics we spoke with today say don't believe the hype.
It's no secret gas prices have gone up these past few months... An increase of 23% on average.
There are five dangerous inmates that are sill on the loose this evening.
Curry County officials do not seem to be on the same page as to whether the security cameras were working or not.
Increase your gas mileage by forty percent. Save money every time you fill up at the pump. These advertisements are flooding spam in-boxes on a daily basis, hoping to take advantage...
Becoming pregnant after 35 is an increasing trend in our area.
More charges are being filed in this escape, but this time on inmates that are still in the jail.
Eight inmates have escaped from the Curry County Adult Detention Center! One of the inmates has been captured; however, seven remain on the loose this afternoon.
You may have seen the escapees' faces on our newscast since Monday afternoon.. But some law enforcement agencies in our area just received pictures today...
On the eve of Hurricane Katrina's third anniversary, a nervous New Orleans watched Wednesday as another storm threatened to test everything the city has rebuilt..
Recruits must score in the top half of the Army's aptitude test to qualify for the prep school and get two tries at a General Educational Development certificate.
Democrats are poised to formally deliver the party's presidential nomination to Barack Obama on Wednesday, making him the first black nominee of a major party.
Investigators are now looking into whether or not someone on the inside helped the 8 inmates escape from the Curry County Jail.
A man is dead after trying to walk across I-40 earlier this evening.
Five inmates continue to allude police after eight detainees escape from the Curry County Detention Center.
DENVER - Hillary Rodham Clinton summoned the millions of voters who supported her in the primaries to send Barack Obama to the White House....
The deadliest months for teen drivers are here.
Amarillo residents are using less water...and the numbers prove it. Last week they used their lowest this summer... An average of 40 million gallons a day.
Local school districts are providing more free food to students this fall.
Almost five inches of rain in four days in Amarillo...and city officials say water conservation still tops the list of longterm concerns.
Police recaptured a third inmate who escaped from the Curry County Jail.
Funding for victims of violent crimes has been cut by the federal government.
Southwest Airlines announced today that it'll eliminate nearly 200 flights early next year
Three people are behind bars in connection with an identity theft ring and the trafficking of narcotics.
A corroded pipeline caused a gas leak.
A plea agreement was reached Tuesday for a woman accused of shooting her boyfriend near Amarillo in 2004.
Already defeated and now confused, delegates supporting Hillary Rodham Clinton pleaded Tuesday to know whether they'll be allowed to cast roll call votes and demonstrate
Three men who authorities initially feared were plotting to assassinate Barack Obama are facing only gun charges-signaling they never posed a real threat.
One inmate is back in custody tonight... But the search continues for six other Curry County escapees.
More and more children's identities are being stolen... By their parents. It's shocking but true. Before some kids are even old enough to go to school, they've bought boats, houses and cars...
Seven inmates described as dangerous are on the loose this afternoon after escaping the Curry County Adult Detention Center.
Potter County employees are getting a raise... The County Commission voted today to increase their pay by three percent.
Along with normal first-day jitters and excitement, students in this tiny district started school Monday wondering which teachers might be toting firearms.
The Amarillo Police Department says they're seeing more and more identity cases every day.... An average of 150 cases per month.
Press Release from The Curry County Sheriff's Department
Just as the school gets ready to begin, some Panhandle schools are looking to put more weather radios in the classroom.
Eastern New Mexico University will partner with the University of New Mexico to offer a dental hygiene program in Roswell.
Planes arriving at the Tucumcari Airport will soon have a smoother landing. Plus they'll have an easier time filling up for take-off.
Two people died and four were critically injured when a tractor-trailer ran a stop sign and slammed into an S-U-V near Guymon.
It's being called the year of the youth voter... More young people than ever before are visiting the polls. When we say young voter, we're talking about people aged 18 to 29. Across America, young voters
They're coming out in record numbers... More young people in Amarillo are registering to vote. For Generation Y voters, those who are between 18 and 29, registering to vote has never been easier... All
A fire off the Dumas Highway is finally out this evening after eleven crews were sent out to battle it.
Applying for a military license plate will become more difficult as the Texas Department of Transportation beefs up efforts to ensure those who receive the plates did in fact earn them.
Fire and rescue response times are faster in Gray County with help from the community.
Failing in school will be more difficult this upcoming school year with new grading guidelines in place at area school districts. NewsChannel 10 raised some tough questions to the Canyon and Amarillo
A $1 million grant will help Clovis bring new industries to eastern New Mexico.
More than 3,000 grams of methamphetamine is off the street after a drug bust on I-40.
Gastric bypass surgery is increasingly popular for Panhandle residents looking to lose large amounts of weight to stay healthy and live longer.
The Opportunity School Central Campus in Amarillo was awarded national accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
There are a lot of changes planned in the near future for Amarillo's Fire Department.
Today the former Curry County Treasurer has pleaded no contest to one felony charge of tampering with public records.
Plant pathologists are warning area farmers to take action after discovering a new wheat virus that destroyed many crops in the Panhandle region this year.
Local anti-drinking organizations are protesting the discussion of lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18.
The "America Supports You Texas" organization is more than half way to their goal to help send World War II Veterans from our area to Washington D.C.
A four vehicle pile up on Interstate 40 sends one person to the hospital.
A second boat ramp is now reopen at Lake Meredith.
It's the weakest it's been in nearly thirty years. A recent labor report says the US economy continues heading downhill.
Nearly 10 inches of rain in just three days. Hereford City Manager Rick Hanna says the city hasn't seen rain like this in nearly 80 years.
Local senior citizens have something to look forward to...as the construction of a new senior park starts this fall.
Some Amarillo residents say they are faced with either living on the streets or dealing with an unsafe apartment.
Programs in our area that help victims of crime will be receiving some funding from the state.
The pain at the pump continues to ease across Texas as prices drop more than nine cents over the last week.
An appeals court today upheld a lower ruling in Texas that people can't sue over wind turbines just because they don't like how they look.
You can now burn outdoors again in Cimarron and Texas Counties.
T. Boone Pickens addresses a major roadblock to his wind energy plan in a forum in North Dakota.
The man charged with making bomb threats at several area stores back in June will go to trial.
A local four-year-old child is returned home with swelling bruises and burns all over his body, and the two people police say are responsible will soon be headed to trial.
A law designed to help more kids go to college helps and hurts a local university.
Failing to pay your speeding tickets could mean an embarrassing arrest and jail time. Over the summer the Amarillo Police Department had eight officers focus solely on tracking down warrants.
Struggling or suffering when it comes to money... It's a problem plaguing 123 million Americans, according to a Gallup Index released today.
It's being described as the worst flooding San Jose has ever seen. about the flooding
Thousands of Texans are still owed this year's stimulus check. More than 400,000 Texans may still be able to file for an Economic Stimulus Payment.
More panhandle students are becoming homeless and some say the economy is to blame.
One local boy is being called a hero by his mother after rescuing his family from a house fire Saturday.
Some teens think that ingesting parts of a plant called Jimson Weed will get them high.
A local man is indicted for murder.
A Hereford man is indicted on a Capital Murder charge for the death of a 17 month old child.
An Amarillo teenager missing for two days is back home tonight.
While the rain is starting to ease in Texas, it is hitting parts of Oklahoma hard, and it's left some major flooding behind in both states.
A new free texting service that can answer any question may seem like good thing ... But there could be drawbacks in the future.
Schools will throw out I.D. cards in turn of Bio-metric technology.
Amarillo Dillas are a boon to Amarillo economy.
What parents probably aren't doing, but should be doing to prepare their children for school.
Lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18.... The President of West Texas A & M University says it's a good idea.
A Borger man remains behind bars tonight after police say he threatened teenagers with a shotgun.
Two drivers are miraculously unharmed after an accident in Randall County involving a semi-truck and power lines.
Pantex is hoping some employees will volunteer to quit. Because of a projected 32 million dollar shortfall in labor funding, the Amarillo facility is offering incentives for employees who leave. The
Use your phone... Pay a fine. Amarillo ISD says this new cell phone policy starts on Monday, the first day of school.
Zero tolerance... AISD is sending that message to students when it comes to cell phone use in schools.
An elderly Dumas man with Alzheimer's disease has been found. Amarillo police received a call shortly after 10 o'clock Monday night that Ray Brooks was at the Motel 6 in Amarillo.
Police responded and
An Amarillo teen has been missing for nearly two days and police are hoping someone can help bring her home.
Bond is set for half a million dollars for an area man charged with murder.
Thousands of dollars, is spent tracking down people who skip out on their bail. Taxpayers and bond agents are the ones stuck with that bill.
A nationwide Christian initiative performs random acts of kindness.
Canadian River is nearing a flood stage, Lake Meredith's bracing for more water.
A suspect who robbed a Clovis convenience store remains on the loose. Clovis police say the robbery happened Sunday afternoon around 5:00 at the Allsup's convenience store at 14th and Norris. They
The US Attorney's office is seeking the death penalty for a member of the Aryan Brotherhood.
A new identification system will be going into place for Clovis schools this week. The new system will assign each Clovis student a unique number matched to their finger print, which will be used in
Roads are back open but resident's fear water damaged homes will be subject again by monday morning.
Patients may find it a little harder to get in to see a doctor or dentist this week. The reason the start of the school year is right around the corner. Health offices in our area, are seeing a surge
Downtown Amarillo is experiencing the highest office space occupancy in decades. The downtown area has come a long way in just a few years. In 2005, downtown commercial real estate was 70% full. The
New irrigation technique could water down food prices.
The ban on regular phone use for Texas state prisoners has been lifted.
At more than three dollars a gallon... Some ask what's worse - gas or milk prices. Milk may do the body good... But lately it's a pain on your pocketbook.
Farmers across the country and in our area are hiking their sale prices to be able to live..
Victoria Osteen, the wife of megachurch pastor Joel Osteen, says her faith never faltered after she was sued for allegedly assaulting a flight attendant...
Lawmakers and college administrators are trying to shut paroled sex offenders out of one of the few places they can still live: Student neighborhoods near major U.S. universities.
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - A member of the infamous "Texas 7" gang of escaped fugitives was executed Thursday for killing a Dallas-area police officer during their weeks on the run. Michael Rodriguez,
The average family with two children will spend $594 on back to school items. School supplies can add up quickly and take up a big chunk of that money.
Surplus city merchandise is available at a public auction this weekend.
Its called Americas Horse in Art. A special art show that will benefit the AQHA Foundation
Bottled water may be contributing to tooth decay in your children. Tooth decay is thriving in Amarillo children, according to local dentists who say the are seeing more children with caivities and decay
If you purchased the natural remedy "Airborne", you could be for eligible for some money.
Sick and neglected horses are becoming a problem in the Panhandle.
When you hit the stores to buy school supplies for your children, be prepared to spend more this year than you did last year. Parents could end up spending 2.5% more this year than last...
A leader of the violent Texas Syndicate prison gang has been sentenced to life in prison without parole
San Marcos police are investigating an officer who stopped a car to an emergency veterinary clinic, then kept the occupants waiting while their poodle died.
The wife of megachurch pastor Joel Osteen did not assault a flight attendant in an angry tirade over a stain on her first-class seat, a civil jury unanimously ruled Thursday.
BMW AG said Wednesday it was recalling 200,000 vehicles over concerns that the front passenger air bag may not deploy in a crash.
Immigration, minorities' birth rates lead to projection that is 8 years sooner than earlier estimates
Jurors began deliberations Thursday in a lawsuit alleging that the wife of megachurch pastor Joel Osteen physically and verbally abused a flight attendant...
Controversy over the comedy Tropic Thunder has caused protests, encouraging people to boycott the movie.
Our auto insurance rates could be coming down...thanks to an insurance verification program launched by the State of Texas.
An eleven-year-old child is recovering in the hospital this evening after being hit by a car earlier today.
President Bush is expected to soon sign a bill seen as making the "most significant improvement to product safety'' in decades.
Unpaid electric bills are leaving more and more Panhandle residents in the dark.
Condemned prisoner Michael Rodriguez sees his execution as a chance to make amends for some very bad decisions.
Gas prices have fewer people filling up, and in turn, is causing less cash flow to one of the states most important departments.
Horses that look like they haven't eaten in weeks... It's a continuing problem in the Panhandle. It falls under animal cruelty in the law books...
A new warning is being issued by the City of Amarillo in an effort to protect residents from the West Nile Virus.
An accident this afternoon leaves four people hospitalized and shuts down Highway 287 for several hours
A Clarendon man remains in jail with new charges on his case. 37 year old Raymond Ballard is now charged with manslaughter...
American Airlines today announced it will waive the fee to check a third bag for active members of the U.S. military.
A foreign tree is hurting native habitat and now it's being destoryed.
Former female inmates of the Custer County jail testified Wednesday that ex-Sheriff Mike Burgess demanded sex from them....
An anonymous tip led to the rescue of four young children who were found alone in a padlocked trailer
OUTSIDE GORI, Georgia (AP) - Russian troops and paramilitaries rolled into the strategic Georgian city of Gori on Wednesday, apparently violating a truce designed to end the conflict that has uprooted
Three airline passengers testified Wednesday they never saw or heard any indication that the wife of megachurch evangelist Joel Osteen assaulted a flight attendant in 2005.
Flier campaign draws attention of local law enforcement
A massive clog in San Jon's only water line causes officials to scramble to fix it and find funding for the project...
If you are in an emergency and need help, there is no need to pick up the phone you can just text 911.
A local apartment complex home to hundreds of Amarillo residents... Brighton Court tops the list of this week's Water Wasters.
A twice-convicted killer with a history of violence that continued even after he was sent to death row was executed Tuesday...
You may be doing everything you can to protect yourself from cyber crimes... But when you log on to the internet you are still vulnerable through internet flaws.
Keeping your business safe from criminals without paying for a costly background check may be possible
While checking fence line in rural Dewitt County, Texas Sheriff's Deputies caught an animal alive on camera they believe may be the legendary Chupacabra...
Texas Rangers are investigating roughly 20 abuse cases and 50 bigamy cases involving members of a polygamist sect, a Department of Public Safety spokeswoman confirmed.
A flight attendant suing the wife of megachurch evangelist Joel Osteen for 10 percent of her net worth told jurors Tuesday the woman attacked her without provocation.
A local fast food restaurant is robbed on Ross street.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney and girlfriend Nancy Shevell made at least a couple of stops in New Mexico in a cross-country trip along old U.S. Route 66.
Empty houses...they could put your family at risk. There's often hidden danger hiding inside the dilapitated exterior. Not only are these houses an eye sore... But they pose a bigger danger as well.
Empty houses with broken windows and delapitated interiors... Amarillo Police say it's a problem plaguing area neighborhoods.