A murder suspect is free after posting two $100,000 bonds. James Terry Shelnutt is suspected in the 1981 murders of Robert Phillips and Phyllis Fassauer.
If you work or go to school in the Amarillo Independent School District, your scheduled trips around areas of Texas and other states have been canceled.
Government health officials warned dieters and body builders Friday to immediately stop using Hydroxycut.
Chrysler LLC filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday and announced it will temporarily halt most of its vehicle production while it completes a deal with Italian carmaker Fiat designed to revive its tattered fortunes.
If you're looking to protect yourself from the H1N1 flu, one of the most sought after ways to do it is now harder to find. With every confirmed case, the demand for surgical masks increases...
Two missing girls from Amarillo were found safe in Bogalusa, Louisiana and their father is in U.S. Marshals custody.
There are now three suspected Swine Flu cases in the Amarillo area and all the potential victims are under the age of 18.
Despite confusion about the source of H1N1 influenza, local retailers haven't seen a drop in the sales of pork products.
People in one local city are changing their daily routines from fear of becoming infected with the influenza virus. NewsChannel 10 found out how this is affecting businesses in that community.
States across the country will soon be able to do their own testing for the swine flu virus.
The World Health Organization will no longer use the term "swine flu" in order to avoid confusion over the danger posed by pigs.
The Clovis Christian School superintendent will get back to work immediately. Board Members met in a special meeting earlier Thursday and approved the immediate reinstatement of Steven Schultze.
Because of this Swine Flu scare, Daycare workers across the Panhandle region will now act as doctors, checking for any flu-like symptom on an hourly basis.
Despite the attention the H1N1 is receiving, it is not affecting attendance for children in area classrooms.
In response to the current Swine Flu outbreak, Amarillo ISD is cancelling student and staff travel to known infected areas within our country.
A man who admitted to robbing an Amarillo National Bank branch could spend more than five years in prison.
Health officials on Thursday stressed that people with flu-like symptoms should stay off public transportation to avoid spreading the virus but said everyone else needs only to follow commonsense precautions.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Wednesday, April 29th, 2009
Texas Governor Perry issued a disaster declaration on Wednesday, covering the entire state of Texas. This comes after the first US swine flu death happens in Houston.
The prime-time news conference was the third of Obama's presidency.
Text of President Barack Obama's news conference on Wednesday at the White House
UIL athletes are not the only students affected by Governor Perry's cancellation announcement Wednesday.
Local concern over the swine flu has people flocking to doctor's offices.
A 15 year old Amarillo girl died early Wednesday morning in Canyon after slamming her car into a highway barrier.
Texas Governor Rick Perry has issued a disaster declaration for the entire state of Texas.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Tuesday, April 28th, 2009
Texas education officials say 53,000 students are out of school due to swine flu concerns.
Austinuts recalls Pistachios
While some local school districts deal with overcrowding. River Road ISD has space and they want parents to know about it.
Once considered a suspicious death, now it's a homicide case.
Goodwill Industries of Amarillo and Canyon have ceased all operations Tuesday while it plans to restructure the organization.
New rehab center coming to Amarillo.
A Moore County jailer sits on the other side of the bars Tuesday charged with improper sexual activity with a person in custody.
An Amarillo man is being held in the Big Bend area of Texas after he was caught trying to smuggle 910 pounds of Marijuana through a Border Patrol checkpoint near Marfa, Texas.
Over $15 Million dollars are coming to eastern New Mexico to help with water and environmental projects.
As the swine flu death toll continues to rise in other parts of the world, officials in Amarillo continue to step up their safety efforts.
Veteran Republican Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania switched parties Tuesday with a suddenness that seemed to stun the Senate.
General Motors Corp. told its dealers Tuesday that it will force 1,000 to 1,200 underperforming locations to close their doors
A Pampa man faces more than 12 years in prison and $20,000 in fines after police busted him for selling marijuana.
A new warning system in Hutchinson County can now alert you of any emergency almost immediately. And thanks to new technology, you can also watch as it happens.
Perryton Police, along with several other agencies, are investigating the shooting death of 29-year-old Jeremy Yancey.
Autopsy results expected Tuesday will shed more light on Amarillo's latest mysterious death.
The Potter County Commission Monday voted 4-1 to ask the Texas Historical Commission for funding to move the M-60 A-1 tank from the courthouse grounds.
Amarillo police are investigating the shooting death of a 65-year-old man.
General Motors Corp. could be majority owned by the federal government under a massive restructuring plan laid out Monday that will cut 21,000 U.S. factory jobs.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Sunday, April 26th, 2009
Mexico canceled school nationwide Monday and warned the death toll from a swine flu epidemic believed to have killed 149 people would keep rising before it can be contained.
The 5th Annual Joe's Boot Shop Calf Roping Open in Clovis brought top competitors to the new Curry County Special Events Center.
Federal Stimulus money is headed to the Texas Panhandle to use for customized job training at local community colleges.
The body of a woman missing in January was found Saturday morning in the garage of a vacant house.
On Sunday, April 26th, the United States Government ran out of money.
Two pets die as a kitchen catches fire.
No reported cases yet, but city prepares for the worst.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The cow is of the bovine ilk, one end is moo, the other, milk. Now science knows why which is which, they've read the genome, without a hitch. While poet Ogden Nash had cow basics down,
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. should build 100 more nuclear plants rather than spend "billions in subsidies" for renewable energy if it is truly committed to lowering electric bills and having clean air,
To drill or not drill for new oil and gas.
You can recieve a free screening for Varicose Veins in Amarillo on Saturday April 25th. .
Hereford Man Dies at nearly 80 MPH.
Car flips between highway and frontage road.
Former Vice President Al Gore, the leading American voice on climate change, urged lawmakers Friday to overcome partisan differences and take action to reduce greenhouse gases.
A federal agency is hoping older wild mustangs rounded up from the range will find new homes.
A new swine flu strain that has killed as many as 68 people and sickened more than 1,000 across Mexico has "pandemic potential"
Northern Panhandle expected to see a good yeild, while the southen section has been badly hurt by cold temperatures.
Texans who fall behind on their mortgage payments would get more time to try to save their homes under legislation approved by the Texas Senate.
The Texas Senate has voted to require college freshman who plan to live in campus housing to be vaccinated against bacterial meningitis.
A dangerous fugitive is on the loose this evening, and the Randall County Sheriff's Office needs your help locating him.
Traffic on I-40 was shut down temporarily Friday morning after a car is destroyed by fire.
Two teenagers have died in a rollover accident on Interstate 40 in Custer County just east of Weatherford.
Burglaries handled by the Amarillo Police Department from Friday, April 17th through Thursday, April 23rd
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Thursday, April 23rd, 2009
The Clovis City Commission voted on a $13 million "Green" project to redevelop Hotel Clovis into residential and retail property.
Our economy is not in the clear just yet, despite positive first quarter reports from local financial institutions.
President Barack Obama says he will push for a law to provide "strong and reliable" protections for the millions of Americans who have credit cards.
A convicted sex offender eludes police and they are asking for your help in tracking him down.
The City of Amarillo has teamed with the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission to provide low interest loans that will help folks start their own business.
There are signs the very worst of the economic downturn may be in the past for those of us in the Panhandle region.
Amarillo College has decided to freeze the in-district tuition for the Fall Semester.
Hereford by: Kristen Guilfoos You will have to pay if you drive over the Frio Draw Bridge in Hereford with a truck that's too heavy.
Some say it encourages law enforcement to strip you of your constitutional rights... But others defend it's one of the best ways to clean up drug trafficking on I-40.
Ascension Academy will offer a test on Saturday, April 25th for students interested in receiving a scholarship to the private, college preparatory school in Amarillo.
General Motors Corp. says it will temporarily close 13 assembly plants in the U.S. and Mexico as it tries to control growing inventory due to slumping sales.
A now-former Stephen F. Austin State University student is facing charges that she posted signs on and near campus that threatened a massacre.
An elderly woman from Howardwick is killed in a one vehicle wreck in Donley county.
A 25-year-old Portales man died when his pickup truck drifted off a highway near Roswell.
Two Clovis men will spend time in prison for their role in a home invasion spree in Clovis and Portales last year.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009
Without your consent and without a prescription, your 17 year old daughter can now buy emergency contraception.
The state senate has passed a bill that could make up to 500-million dollars available to homeowners and businesses that want to use solar energy.
In honor of Earth Day, employees from Xcel Energy, Universal Utility Services and Center City Amarillo teamed up for Earth Day Wednesday to launch a new downtown clean up program
Natural Grocers goes completely "bag free," offering no paper or plastic shopping bags at any of its 31 stores.
The fight against Internet predators in New Mexico is getting more high-tech.
The aggressive crackdown on child sex offenders in Texas is seeing results. Members of the state Attorney General's office arrest their 1,000th sexual predator.
Nearly 1.5 tons of paper have been recycled by Stratford High School so far this year, and today on earth day, they celebrated that milestone.
Can Iraqis Tweet their way to a state of normalcy?
An accused killer who had been on the run for more than a year is headed to trial.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Tuesday, April 21st, 2009
The chief financial officer of money-losing mortgage giant Freddie Mac was found dead in his basement early Wednesday morning in what police said was an apparent suicide.
The Food and Drug Administration, reversing field, will now let 17-year-olds get the 'morning-after' birth control pill without a doctor's prescription.
Plans to fix water utilities and force conservation gets underway.
Marking Earth Day with a pitch for his energy plan, President Barack Obama on Wednesday called for a "new era of energy exploration in America"
Gov. Rick Perry is standing firm in his position that Texas shouldn't accept $555 million in federal economic stimulus money for unemployment benefits.
Philip Markoff is charged with killing a masseuse at the Marriott Copley Place hotel April 14.
Micah Monk, BSA's Clinical Nutrition Manager
Obesity is a direct result of an economic crisis, but it doesn't have to be if you follow the healthy eating principles.
If you're looking for a way to keep nutrition in your diet but don't want to pay the high price tag then local supermarkets have a plan for you.
Many parents are cutting corners to save money by buying used car seats.
Women in Amarillo are dying at the hands of their husbands and state lawmakers say it has to stop.
AUSTIN, Texas - After months with little or no action, Texas lawmakers are stirring up the emotional cauldron that always brews with abortion-related bills.
A House committee was hearing testimony on
Some diabetics are making dangerous decisions when it comes to their health during this tough economic time. Many patients are cutting back on testing and office visits.
The Texas House has given tentative approval to waiving the state's 60-day waiting period for a divorce if there's sufficient evidence that family violence makes an earlier divorce necessary.
A fugitive animal rights activist charged with bombing two California offices has become the first domestic terrorist named to the FBI's list of "Most Wanted" terror suspects.
A Senate committee has approved a bill allowing Texas to issue "Choose Life" license plates, a measure supported by Gov. Rick Perry and anti-abortion groups.
The Texas House gave initial approval Tuesday to a bill that would require anyone under 16 and a half years old to get a doctor's note before using a tanning bed.
Wilbert Ramon Banks gets a capital murder charge added.
A group of colleges and universities is urging Congress to give illegal immigrants tuition aid and a path to citizenship in light of efforts in several states to block them.
A Houston man was legally intoxicated several hours after he allegedly lost control of his car, which plunged into a rain-filled ditch and killed five children.
Purchasing prescription drugs online without a prescription is fast becoming one of the most popular ways for Amarillo residents to abuse drugs.
Veterinarians say the sudden deaths of 21 polo horses at a Florida tournament yesterday may have been caused by a toxin in the feed, vitamins or supplements they were given.
Boston police say they have a man in custody in connection with the death last week in a luxury hotel of a woman who advertised massage services on Craigslist.
The Texas Department of Transportation has issued the following lane closures report for the week of April 20th
New details this in the murders of two people in Amarillo.
Days after releasing top-secret memos President Barack Obama went to the spy agency's Virginia headquarters on Monday to defend his decision and bolster the morale of its employees.
The cause of a house fire that burned in south Amarillo early Monday morning remains unknown.
About 1,600 white-collar workers at General Motors Corp. will lose their jobs in the next few days as the troubled automaker accelerates cost cuts in order to qualify for more government aid.
Flags were flying at half-staff over the Colorado Capitol and other government buildings Monday, the 10th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting massacre.
Texas state lawmakers are considering three bills that would lift the Sunday liquor sales ban.
Washington will be the first U.S. city to get free digital TV broadcasts for mobile devices like cell phones, laptop computers and in-car entertainment systems
Up to three thousand people were expected out at Wildcat Bluff Saturday to learn about helping the environment.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Sunday, April 19th, 2009
Even if your credit card fees are going up, you still may be able to score some great deals on your purchases.
A convenience store is badly damaged after it went up in flames.
Police are looking for a man who robbed the Toot 'N Totum at 17-35 South Nelson Saturday night.
Texas is 1 of just 14 states that affords journalists no legal protection from revealing sources or notes in court.
Police say the body has been found of 1 of 2 girls who remained missing after the car they were traveling in plunged into a rain-swollen ditch, killing five.
At Home Depot on Saturday in Amarillo, customers learned more about how to conserve water and energy in an Earth Day event.
A fire in Potter County is extinguished after several crews were called out Saturday afternoon.
Amarillo Police have a suspect in custody in a double homicide.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Governors of border states have been lobbying hard for National Guard troops because of fears that drug cartel violence could spill over from Mexico.
They should have an ally in Homeland
A former nurse has pleaded not guilty to murdering five patients and injuring five others with bleach injections at a Texas dialysis clinic.
Controversy is brewing over a government report alleging those with conservative viewpoints are moving dangerously into right wing extremist territory.
Wildfire victims in Wheeler County were given a chance to start over Friday. Volunteers in Amarillo came together to help load a semi truck with donated furniture and appliances.
Seven WTAMU students who died in the last year were remembered in Student Memorial Service Friday at J.A. Hill Chapel.
A recent rise in burglaries has authorities on alert, and hoping you will better protect your home.
Police are searching for a man who apparently attempted to abduct a child near Travis Middle School.
An apparent comment about a hat is to blame for a shooting Friday afternoon in the San Jacinto area of Amarillo.
When severe weather is on the horizon, you can now stay more up to date than ever before. NewsChannel 10 has brand new StormTrack 10 technology.
Shipping captain Richard Phillips is back in Vermont, a week and a half after being taken by pirates.
Captain Phillips spoke to the media and thanked the military, saying it did the impossible by saving him. He also praised his fellow crew members.
Medicaid payouts to doctors and hospitals would depend on patient outcomes under a Medicaid reform bill moving forward in the Legislature.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Thursday, April 16th, 2009
Burglaries handled by the Amarillo Police Department from Friday, April 10th through Thursday, April 16th
Crews had to pull out the snow plows and road graders after hail pounded portions of the Texas Panhandle, blocking culverts and creating an impromptu pond on Interstate 27.
If you have an emergency during or after a storm or a car accident or medical situation, the time it takes first responders to reach you may soon be shorter.
United Supermarkets and the High Plains Food Bank have teamed up to provide fresh, healthy foods to Panhandle families in need.
Stores at the North Plains Mall in Clovis will continue business as usual after their parent company files for bankruptcy.
An emotionally drained but ebullient Maersk Alabama crew told gripping stories of captivity at sea Thursday while urging stronger protection for ships operating in treacherous Horn of Africa waters.
The Texas Department of Public Safety continued repair efforts Thursday after a virus hit 1 of its computer systems.
John Madden is retiring from football announcing, where his enthusiastic, down-to-earth style made him one of sports' most popular broadcasters for three decades.
A 15-year-old is in custody this afternoon after an overnight accident and car vandalism in northeast Amarillo.
Authorities have descended on Stephen F. Austin State University after signs threatening a deadly mass shooting were found on and off campus.
The next time a tornado or any other type of disaster strikes the Eastern Texas Panhandle, the Red Cross will have more equipment to help you recover.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Wednesday, April 15th, 2009
Amarillo police have blocked off some streets in north amarillo.
A man who Amarillo Police say flashed a handgun and robbed an Amarillo Toot N Totum is on the run in Amarillo.
A sour economy apparently means a greater risk of you getting into a car accident with someone with no auto coverage.
Tea Bag Rallies were held in Clovis and Borger.
54 year old Dan Lee Palmer will spend the next 40 years in jail for aggravated sexual assault of a child, indecency with a child by sexual contact and by exposure.
An 18 year old man will spend the next ten years in jail after pleading guilty to two counts of sexual assault of a child.
Small towns in the Texas Panhandle are often left high and dry when it comes getting immediate help from the Red Cross.
Janet Napolitano is naming a former federal prosecutor to the new post of "border czar" to oversee efforts to end drug-cartel violence along the U.S.-Mexico border.