Positive People with Ali Allison
An Amarillo couple who cares deeply about our American troops started Socks for Soldiers back in 2005.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Lagging in the polls, Republican presidential candidate John McCain unleashed a blistering attack Monday on his Democratic rival...
Local legislators say they are hard at work trying to get a second bailout plan in the works.
Renting to own... In the wake of this money mess, it's becoming an increasingly popular option for those hoping to save some cash.
A new law requires grocery stores to indicate where in the world their products were grown. But not all food items will carry a label that indicates the country of origin.
Hereford kindergarten thru fifth graders ran today for their schools Parent Teachers Organization. The kids had to run 15-30 minutes straight depending on their age.
Amarillo's medical complex continues to expand.
Investors worried about the current stock market question what they should do with their 401K to protect their retirement.
A man found dead in a trailer home after a large fire.... Was not killed beforehand according to investigators.
In a stunning vote that shocked the capital and worldwide markets, the House on Monday defeated a $700 billion emergency rescue for the nation's financial system
Burglaries handled by the Amarillo Police Department from Friday, September 5th through Thursday, September 11th
Burglaries handled by the Amarillo Police Department from Friday, August 29th to Thursday, September 4th, 2008
Burglaries handled by the Amarillo Police Department from September 12th to September 19th, 2008
Burglaries handled by the Amarillo Police Department from Friday, September 19th through Thursday, September 25th
Yahoo and Google are among the most popular e-mail providers online. Everyone has one--including Vice-Presidential candidate, Sarah Palin. But there is a security flaw with web-based email accounts.
Some of them miss the mark.. And others are hitting bullseyes all day long. Some of them are picking up a gun for the first time..
A bond agent's attempt to help bail out a war veteran back fires on him.
The jury selection is wrapping up in the trial against a Clovis man accused of more than 100 counts of sexual contact with a child.
A fifteen-year-old Palo Duro High School student is in custody in connection with an explosion in a men's restroom.
A two year old child who was run over in a Dumas parking lot has died.
A Pampa man remains in grave condition Monday afternoon at an Amarillo hospital while the man who reportedly shot him remains in jail.
The tainted milk scandal in China is reaching to the U.S. in the form of a recall.
Citigroup agreed Monday to purchase Wachovia's banking operations for $2.1 billion in a deal arranged by federal regulators..
We started with 26.. Tonight 25 remain. The Amarillo Police Academy has lost a cadet.
More resources are being put toward catching people enticing children online or engaging in child pornography.
Amarillo abortion opponents are taking their posts outside Planned Parenthood on Taylor Street, as part of ther campaign called "40 Days For Life".
21 turbines on university land is expected to add millions to school revenue.
An Amarillo man was arrested charged with 16 counts of Indecency With A Child.
If you want to get a good scare for a good cause, your chance is coming up.
A door to door scam has the Pampa Police Department asking you to help identify the suspects.
Two people died from a double shooting in Clovis.
Amarillo Democratic volunteers will be out registering minority voters this weekend.
Republican John McCain agreed to attend the first presidential debate Friday night even though Congress doesn't have a bailout deal
The second salmonella outbreak in Amarillo now has sickened at least 25 people, up from 20.
The search is on for a man who robbed an Amarillo bank Friday afternoon.
There's one group of people heading to the polls that you might find surprising. Those people are convicted felons...
Thousands of children every year are treated in the ER after being struck by a vehicle. On average, 229 children die every year for back-over injuries.
You can share your thoughts with Senator Kel Seliger at a Town Hall Meeting Friday in Canyon.
Borger authorities continue investigating a shooting where a police officer shot and killed a Borger resident. 29-year-old Jeremy Karnes died earlier Thursday....
A man that uses dogs to teach life lessons... Hank Hough has some amazing dogs.
Suicide is third leading cause of death for teenagers and Canyon High School is hoping to equip students with the knowledge needed to help prevent it.
More people are ditching their credit cards and opting for a cash-only lifestyle.
A man accused of killing his wife has been indicted for murder.
If you want to live in Downtown Amarillo, you now have another option.
The City of Amarillo has confirmed 20 cases of salmonella are now linked to the IHOP restaurant on I-40 and Western.
One man is behind bars after police say he tried to punch officers during a dispute.
Accused bank robber William Rook Byard was found Not Guilty by a federal jury...
Thousands of Galveston residents returned to the Hurricane Ike-battered island ...
NM State Police calling the death of a toddler "suspicious"
Barack Obama's campaign says he is inclined to go ahead with Friday's presidential debate, even though rival John McCain is calling for a delay.
The Amarillo elderly community is taking action to curb the thousands of dollars our area spends on elderly health care.
They say the best things in life are free... And now they really are. It's time to throw out the mindset of if it's too good to be true it probably is.
The program will start with wind energy but could add solar and other renewables soon.
The City of Amarillo has proclaimed October Breast Cancer Awareness Month today.
The Texas Supreme Court today declined to keep Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama off the Texas presidential ballot.
Six high school football players are accused of sodomizing six younger teammates with a broomstick during training camp.
A Fort Worth company is recalling its tuna salad sandwiches, pimento cheese sandwiches and potato salad because they may contain eggs.
Softball game is interrupted to save a teens life.
Recent departures opens up room for up to two new restaurants.
A Pampa man has a million dollar bond for the murder of another resident.
Iran's president blamed U.S. military interventions around the world in part for the collapse of global financial markets...
18 children go home sick from a local school.. And tonight officials say they know it wasn't due to anything they were served at lunch.
An armed suspect remains on the loose this afternoon in Clovis after police say he robbed a woman at gunpoint.
Passing out flyers, putting up posters, television commercials... All common ways people are encouraging you to vote.... But one local is family is taking it to a whole new level.
Panda ethanol officials decided to terminate their construction contract with Lurgi Incorporated Monday.
New information on two bail jumpers you have helped catch right here in the Panhandle.
An Amarillo man skips his bail, but his bond agent is still trying to help 20-year-old Ikeno Campbell.
Owners considered lucky they are not injured.
College applicants... Beware. Your essays and application aren't the only things that decide if you get into your dream school.
A drug bust on I-40 takes 110 pounds of marijuana off the streets and lands one man in jail.
A one vehicle accident causes two lanes of I-40 to shut down and traffic to back up for miles.
Researchers at the University of New Mexico in Clovis say canola is a better crop than corn, in more ways than one.
After several consecutive record setting years, attendance expected down this year.
Kidney disease is increasingly common in the Panhandle and the West Texas Kidney Foundation is hoping to stop this trend through education.
Coldwater Creek is sponsoring the "Try It On For The Cure" this Sunday. All you have to do is visit one of the stores and try on clothes.
That age of teen dating abuse is getting younger and younger. Children are experiencing dating violence as early as 11-years old.
Finding a safe way to get home after a night of drinking prompts one pop star to launch a national campaign that can be used right here in Amarillo.
The high cost of living is causing more area residents to become malnourished and looking for help.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Bush administration sketched out a multi-faceted effort on Friday to confront the worst U.S. financial crisis in decades, outlining a program that could cost taxpayers hundreds of
In sluggish economic times, parents and schools face new hurdles teaching teens about money management. Economic stress is taking a toll, not only on adults but teens as well.
Their crimes range from murder to attempted burglary. Area police want you to be on the lookout for criminals on the loose so they can be put behind bars.
Salmonella might not be a risk at the Tri-State Fair, but there is another risk you face by eating all of that fried fair food... Your health.
The third salmonella outbreak in three months is being linked to the IHOP on I-40 and Western.
Clovis city commissioners are looking to alleviate confusion for police officers when handling juvenile crime.
One man is in the hospital with gunshot wounds while two other people are in jail...
It can be a deep fried diet disaster. Fair foods lure hundreds every year, but those fried foods on a stick really pack a calorie punch.
Hoping to determine whether it was the fault of jail workers or due to a pre-existing condition, an investigation is underway into the death of Potter County jail inmate Michael Dick.
A necessity to keep Potter County inmates calm is being threatened. Many people may not get the importance of television in jail.
It's a 40 billion dollar a year business.. Making and selling counterfeit drugs.. And scammers are putting your health at risk.
If you live in or near Clovis you need to keep an eye out for counterfeit money, specifically $50 and $100 bills.
The uneasiness over the economy has sent the prospect of gold soaring.
Five Clovis teens are charged for a vandalism spree back in August.
It's being called D-Day on Wall Street... The worst financial crisis since the 1930's. Here's the latest from Wall Street...
Attackers armed with automatic weapons, rocket-propelled grenades and at least one suicide car bomb assaulted the U.S. Embassy in the Yemeni capital
Downtown Amarillo is getting some help with its revitalization efforts... $125,000 from the city.
Before folks hit the Midway at the Tri-State fair, some fairgoers want to know how the safe are the rides they enjoy.
Vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin said Monday she would concentrate on energy, government reform and helping families with special needs children
A federal officer faces charges of murder this evening.. the victim, his wife. 26 year old Amy and Jeff Yager met serving their country in the military... They supposedly were a happy couple.. But officials
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The people of Amarillo are doing what they can to help Hurricane Ike evacuees.
The Randall County 4-H Council is asking for donations to help the victims of Hurricane Ike.
Blood donated by the people of the Panhandle will soon be on its way to help those who may be affected by Hurricane Ike.
Ike's eye is forecast to strike somewhere near Galveston late Friday or early Saturday then head inland for Houston
Citing faith and fate, tens of thousands ignored calls to clear out Friday ahead of Ike
Here's a look at the people, agencies and services that could be affected by Hurricane Ike
Memories of 9/11 bring back images of firefighters rushing in the Twin Towers during the worst of times.
A New Mexico District Judge has a number of recommendations to prevent future jail escapes in Curry County.
Corvette lovers gathered today in Amarillo in observance of September 11th.
Blood levels are dangerously low at Coffee Memorial Blood Center...
The Texas Tomorrow Fund is now available to texas families after being revamped.
The City of Amarillo is still on stand-by for Hurricane Ike evacuees this evening.
Two Amarillo schools are nationally recognized by earning Blue Ribbon awards.
Boys in Goodwell schools can again grow long hair and facial hair.
Two days later her leg is bruised and she's concerned for other ball players safety at Southeast Park
You can be sure of several things when going in for a pelvic exam: anxiety, discomfort. But you can also be sure of your rights as a patients.
You could be driving your teen around a little longer than expected. An auto safety group is pushing lawmakers to raise the minimum driving age from 16 to 17 years old.
Amarillo Police are on the lookout for a man they believe is impersonating an officer and they want you to be as well.
In response to a National State of Emergency Declaration the City of Amarillo is preparing to shelter up to one-thousand Hurricane Ike evacuees.
Charges have been filed on a teen, that police say used a gun to threaten two Tascosa High students.
Dumas authorities are denying any truth to an e-mail claiming women are being attacked in the city.
An Amarillo doctor is required to be in the company of a female chaperone for the next two years.
Even though Ike is not predicted to hit the coast until Saturday, blood supplies are already low and will be in high demand once the storm makes landfall.
The number of hotel rooms in Amarillo causing a big controversy... And it all leads to whether Amarillo is making or losing money.
The High Plains Food Bank is now accepting donations across Amarillo in preparation for up to 1,000 Gulf Coast evacuees expected this week in Amarillo.
Officials started to evacuate the first of millions of residents who could be in the storm's path..
People in Lefors are without water this morning due to a water main break that took place at Second and Main last night.
Texas parents can lock in current college tuition rates
A funding boost will help speed along construction at the Hotel Clovis.
The Potter County Courthouse is undergoing a security makeover. City commissioners approved a proposal that will add security officers and upgrade entrance and security doors.
Deadbeat dads and moms around the country are discovering that their economic stimulus checks are being intercepted and funneled toward the support of their children.
Buyer beware, thieves may be selling you stolen property and you might not even know it. Thieves are always looking for ways to fly under the radar when selling or getting rid of stolen property.
It has been eight months since the Burmese have come to Moore County. Swift and Company has been attracting a lot of immigrant workers since the raid in April of 2007
McALLEN, Texas (AP) - With Hurricane Ike steaming into the Gulf of Mexico, Texas emergency officials Tuesday stood ready to order 1 million people evacuated from the impoverished Rio Grande Valley and
The Coffee Memorial Blood Center needs your help with blood donations as Hurricane Ike approaches the Texas coast.
Two men are in the Lubbock Burn Unit following an explosion Tuesday afternoon in Wheeler county.
Washburn will quintuple its water supply after years of living under the state-required amount. The community obtained a guaranteed loan from Happy State Bank to fund their water expansion project.
Governor Rick Perry is deliberating a request to halt tomorrow's scheduled execution of death row inmate Charles Dean Hood
Governor Rick Perry has issued a disaster declaration for 88 Texas counties in preparation for Hurricane Ike.
It's a rivalry that's survived decades... And the tension between Amarillo High and Tascosa High is still as hot for this weeks game.
Guymon Police arrested at least 5 people over the weekend in connection with the illegal drug supply in the Oklahoma panhandle.
A free on-line program dealing with children who have asthma could help coaches and teachers better understand the disease.
Hurricane Ike roared south of Cuba's densely populated capital of fragile aging buildings after tearing across the island nation, ravaging homes, killing at least four people...
Chilly weather tonight could be a sign of a winter much colder than average and lots of snow, according to the Farmers Almanac that's being released today.
The Texas Medical Board will be in town to hear your input on current and new medical regulations.
With Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac officially becoming government owned this weekend, business on wall street is booming.
WASHINGTON - President Bush on Tuesday plans to order 8,000 more combat and support troops out of Iraq by February, a measured drawdown that will leave nearly the same level of U.S. forces in the war zone
Dallas oilman Boone Pickens says he's not surprised by television ads sponsored by Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy that support his plan for alternative energy.
City departments don't have enough personnel to keep up with the mounting violations run-down apartments have.
President Bush is expected to keep U.S. troop levels in Iraq near their current level through the end of the year
KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) - Residents in the Florida Keys breathed a sigh of relief Monday as a fierce Hurricane Ike turned west on a path away from the low-lying island chain. But Gulf Coast states watched
Doctors say there are more diagnosis every year, but now deaths are decreasing.
New law allows children to hunt.
Two paramedics and another man are in the hospital after a collision sends an ambulance up in flames. Authorities say it happened just before 6 Sunday evening at the intersection of Mirror and N. 7th
Tenants say the sewage has surrounded a building for three days....
With two months left until the presidential election, all eyes are on Sarah Palin... A woman some are calling inexperienced and others are calling mccain's best decision. More than half of American voters
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Sunday, September 7th, 2008
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Saturday, September 6th, 2008.
Even if you do not have a family history, you are still at risk. Breast cancer and prostate cancer have become the two most common diseases in women and men, respectively.
Corporate competition is pushing some local pharmacies to make drastic decisions regarding their businesses.
Trying to stay on top of the political scene could leave your computer shutting down...That's because a new virus is targeting residents of the panhandle.
A free computer recycling program is now required for all Texas computer manufactures.
A Prostate Cancer Awareness lecture and screening is being held tomorrow.
Mid-America, the food service company for Potter County has taken a plea deal with the Attorney General's Office.
Local women are getting back on their feet by heading back to the classroom...for free.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Thursday, September 4th, 2008
An Amarillo attorney is vying for a seat on the Potter County Commissioners Board.
A man arrested for selling cyanide to an FBI informant pleads guilty in federal court this week.
SecureNet, has been awarded a $4.98 million contract to increase the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport's capacity to gradually add 1,975 security cameras
An Amarillo man is robbed at knife point in Martin Road Park late Thursday night.
A person of interest has been interviewed by Clovis detectives for their involvement in a shooting.
Tough economic times are stressing families out and in some cases, a lack of cash is putting partners on the brink of violence.
Two people are behind bars tonight after they were arrested by Amarillo Police on suspicion of operating a methamphetamine lab.
A new telephone scam is targeting residents in the Sooner State.
Too many unexcused absences in school puts a Clovis mother on probation.
She went in with back pain... And quickly learned she had a deadly disease. Five years ago Wednesday Rhonda Gray lost her battle with ovarian cancer.
Two years... Many needy Amarillo families are having to wait that long before they are able to get HUD rental assistance.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008
Sony Recalls Notebook Computers Due to Burn Hazard
Cannon Air Force Base plans new construction to handle an increase in Airmen.
New Mexico is one of a dozen western states where the Treasury Department is introducing a new Social Security debit card.