A Homicide suspect and convicted felon out of Amarillo is arrested after skipping bail.
James Terry Shelnutt who is facing federal weapons charges and two murder charges in Potter County. He failed to appear in court to face the weapons charges on Tuesday.
A look at some bills that made it, and some that didn't, so far in the regular session of the 81st Texas Legislature.
General Motors filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday as part of the Obama administration's plan to shrink the automaker to a sustainable size and give a majority ownership stake to the federal government.
TxDOT Crews working throughout the area.
Now we highlight a local women who stood where no other woman before her had... NewsChannel 10's Kristen Guilfoos spent the afternoon with Florene Watson, who helped pave the way for women in the military.
A recent standoff has many in the area wondering why a man was allowed back into society after his arrest, only to kill himself two weeks later.
If the TVs in your home are still not ready for the digital transition, you still have some options. The digital TV transition is only two weeks away....
School is out for most of the area and now teens are out looking for summer jobs, but there aren't many available.
Two men sit in the Curry County jail this evening on several charges, including 16 counts of sexual exploitation of children.
A training drill open to the public is used to help teach people about the dangers of drunk driving.
An eleven year old Clovis girl is dead and her siblings are in critical condition following a car accident in Quay County.
A 13 year old girl is in critical condition after police say she was shot at a house hosting a big group of people in the 2700 block of Jackson in Amarillo.
Amarillo Police say they found an 18 year old dead in a drive way on north Manhattan but it turns out, that is not where the actual murder took place.
Respect for Islam, a prescription for Palestinian statehood and assurances of a speedy U.S. pullout from Iraq - that's what Muslims from Morocco to Malaysia say they want to hear from President Barack Obama this week when he addresses them from this Arab capital.
General Motors Corp. was making final preparations Sunday for its bankruptcy protection announcement after bondholders accepted a sweetened deal, smoothing the way for the company's reorganization.
A Wichita city official says a suspect is in custody in the shooting death of late-term abortion provider George Tiller.
New rules requiring passports or new high-tech documents to cross the United States' northern and southern borders are taking effect Monday, as some rue the tightening of security and others hail it as long overdue.
General Motors Corp. has pulled together many of the pieces needed to complete government-ordered restructuring
An attempt by congress to protect consumers might do nothing but hurt.
Three years after the opening of the Globe News Center for the Performing Arts, the Center is doing well.
A second round of funding will help create jobs and make area roads safer.
Despite a down economy, a cheese company is expanding and thriving in the Panhandle.
After almost six months of work, the House approved the budget by a 142-2 vote, the final step in the legislative process.
North Korea on Friday vowed to retaliate if punitive U.N. sanctions are imposed for its latest nuclear test.
Southwest Airlines Co., which has bashed competitors for charging fees, says it will let passengers carry small dogs and cats onboard for a $75 fee each way.
A Portales man is dead this afternoon following a two car crash in eastern New Mexico.
General Motors Corp. said Friday that it plans to reopen a shuttered U.S. factory to build subcompact cars that will be the smallest vehicles GM has ever produced here.
America has failed for too long to protect the security of its computer networks, President Barack Obama said Friday, announcing he will name a new cyber czar to press for action.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Thursday, May 28th, 2009
Burglaries handled by the Amarillo Police Department from Friday, May 22nd through Thursday, May 28th
A Goodwell man died after slamming his van into the back of a tractor-trailer stopped for road construction in Texas County.
The average New Mexico family will be paying about five dollars more a month for electricity starting July first.
Tom Pauken, the Chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission says the Panhandle region has the lowest unemployment in the state.
Changing the color of our roofs and roadways could help slow the effects of global warming according to one White House official.
An Amarillo man has been found guilty on 29 charges of defrauding the federal government's Pantex Nuclear Facility by billing for hours he and his employees didn't work.
Feeding hungry children this summer is now going to be more difficult for the High Plains Food Bank. It's due to recent state funding cuts. This is an update to a story we first told you about on Sunday...
Governor Perry puts his signature on a bill to feed the hungry this week, but there's just one problem... There is not any money in the state budget to back it up.
Time stopped in the Texas Senate chamber a minute before a new day began. Meanwhile, the business of passing bills kept rolling along.
President Barack Obama warned Thursday that if Congress doesn't deliver health care legislation by the end of the year the opportunity will be lost.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Wednesday, May 27th, 2009
Highlights from the 81st Legislature Regular Session
Highlights from the 81st Legislature Regular Session
The U.S. and South Korea put their military forces on high alert Thursday after North Korea renounced the truce keeping the peace between the two Koreas since 1953.
A 7-year-old girl survived a crash that killed her father and drove the family's damaged vehicle to get help, police said.
Prenis Williams says the City of Amarillo's quick and tough action moving to condemn a multi-million dollar house in The Colonies seems inconsistent.
Zapping away abnormal, precancerous cells in the throat may lower the risk of later developing esophageal cancer.
A man accused of killing federal intern Chandra Levy has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and other charges.
Wednesday begins a new era at Cannon Air Force Base near Clovis. A new commander was installed this morning.
The top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee said Wednesday he doesn't foresee a filibuster against Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.
A General Motors Corp. bankruptcy filing seemed inevitable after a rebellion by its bondholders forced it to withdraw on Wednesday a plan to swap bond debt for company stock.
Samsung is voluntarily recalling thousands of "Jitterbug" cell phones because they may fail to connect to emergency 911 service when out of range.
President Barack Obama named federal appeals judge Sonia Sotomayor as the nation's first Hispanic Supreme Court justice.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Tuesday, May 26th, 2009
The Texas Department of Public Safety unveiled a redesigned sex offender Web site on Wednesday.
You won't have to show a Photo ID to vote in Texas, at least not for now.
A company that made a lot of promises to the city in exchange for some big money is having a hard time living up to its part of the bargain.
The 2006 murder conviction of a Clovis man is overturned today by the New Mexico supreme court.
The region's biggest wind technician training program is growing northward.
New Committee will plan for future city development.
Wind farm and research site at pantex is getting more money so the process and experiments can move forward.
More than $1 million dollars of federal stimulus money will be used for three road projects in Amarillo.
The City of Amarillo kicks off it's annual water conservation campaign on Tuesday. They are adding the phrase "Water Right" to the current title "Every Drop Counts".
Drilling in Alaska and developing wind and solar energy are all ideas the local congressman is bringing to the table to keep energy on the front burner in Washington.
Toxic smoke from a blaze in an acre-size heap of old tires forced the evacuation of a small East Texas town and closed its schools Tuesday.
The Mexican drug cartels battling viciously to expand and survive have a powerful financial incentive: Across the border to the north is a market for illegal drugs...
The California Supreme Court upheld a voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage Tuesday.
Endangered legislation could find new life under shrewd parliamentary maneuvers before lawmakers adjourn next week...
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Monday, May 25th, 2009
Sonia Sotomayor biography
A work slowdown by House Democrats was meant to stop a voter identification law in the Legislature.
One local former Marine is expressing his support for veterans of all wars this Memorial Day.
Traditional logic says with holiday travel comes more demand for gas and higher prices.
A 56-year-old Perryton man involved in a roll-over a week ago died from his injuries.
Hundreds of area residents soaked in the sunshine Monday afternoon at Memory Park... They gathered to remember the fallen and celebrate the veterans alive today.
The FBI, Area Sheriff Departments, and other Law Enforcement agencies await the APD's new training facility to open.
Power theft isn't just a safety issue, it's a crime, and can cost regular customers money.
Three Toot-n-Totum robberies, one likely suspect.
Across the nation, investigators are using GPS to catch drug dealers, burglars, stalkers and other criminals.
A Memorial Day ceremony will take place at Memory Gardens south of Amarillo.
North Korea claimed it carried out a powerful underground nuclear test Monday -
The Memorial Day Ceremony at the Texas Panhandle War Memorial will begin at 11am.
A sheriff's office in Minnesota says a 13-year-old cancer patient and his mother who fled the state to avoid chemotherapy have returned.
Once your holiday weekend is over and you get back to the grind, there are some area roads that will be undergoing construction.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Thursday, May 21st, 2009
One group of area teens is driven to get a high school project on the road.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars could soon be on the way to the High Plains Food Bank.
After one of the deadliest years in a decade on Texas waters, safety is being stressed as summer arrives.
President Barack Obama has praised the men and women of America's fighting forces as the "best of America."
Low income and very low income rural residents are eligible for grants to weatherize and repair their homes.
The names are whisked away by the hot, gusting wind as soon as they are spoken, forgotten in the stream of the next name and the next name and the next name.
Another Indy, another way for the Andretti curse to strike.
The conservative vs. moderate split threatening to rupture the Republican Party played out across the airwaves Sunday
On the verge of choosing his first Supreme Court nominee, President Barack Obama has already provided a profile of the person he is likely to pick
Thunderstorms prevented space shuttle Atlantis from returning to its home base Saturday for the second day in a row, and kept the astronauts circling Earth after a successful repair job at the Hubble Space Telescope.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is considering an open meetings case that could change how Texas Panhandle cities and counties do business.
A case of rabies has been confirmed in Curry County.
Burglaries handled by the Amarillo Police Department from Friday, May 15th through Thursday, May 21st
A water-main break in central Amarillo gave residents a spectacular site, but left some without water.
Local realtors say a new federal program would help re-vitalize the local housing market. But as NewsChannel 10's Kristen Guilfoos found out, that local economic boost comes at a cost.
A 36-year-old woman who admitted to fraudulently obtaining and reselling Southwest Airline tickets faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
Dangerous drug creates dangerous situation in Stinnett.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Thursday, May 21st, 2009
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has accused the CIA and Bush administration of misleading her at a secret 2002 briefing on the use of harsh interrogations in the war on terror.
Retail gasoline prices continued to climb Friday ahead of the Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of America's summer driving season.
President Barack Obama has signed a bill creating new rules for the credit card industry that are designed to protect consumers from surprise charges.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been indicted by a Randall County grand jury on drug and burglary charges.
A former WTAMU football coach now faces nine separate drug and burglary indictments.
Traffic is flowing again on Highway 287 after a multiple-car accident.
A 17-year-old girl is struck by a car as she was walking near Tascosa High School Thursday evening.
A woman who is no stranger to our fugitive file eludes Amarillo police once again.
The City of Amarillo is reporting that residential permits for the month of April are down.
Proactive prevention is the best way to keep your family and your pets from contracting rabies. A rabid bat recently found in Amarillo has doctors and animal control officers on their toes.
Former West Texas A&M University coach Ryan Leaf is indicted today by a Randall County Grand Jury.
President Barack Obama forcefully defended his plans to close the Guantanamo detention camp Thursday.
Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near two New York City synagogues were disappointed that the World Trade Center wasn't still around to attack.
As tens of millions tank up and hit the road for Memorial Day weekend, gas prices are rising fast enough to revive painful memories of the $4-a-gallon summer of 2008.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Wednesday, May 20th, 2009
The first Rabies case for Randall County is confirmed. The Texas Department of Health says a Hoary Bat was confirmed to have rabies on the 15th of this month.
The so-called Credit Card Bill of Rights will likely be signed by President Obama by the end of the week.
The father of most of the seven youngsters removed from a filthy Lubbock home pleaded guilty today to child injury and endangerment charges.
If you get a phone call solicitation for a law enforcement organization, don't promise money until you visit a new website.
The City of Amarillo is set to receive $3.5 Million dollars in federal stimulus money to help with maintenance for city buses.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Tuesday, May 19th, 2009
Randall County Justice of the Peace Clay Houdashell says Steve Sterquell's April 1 death was a suicide.
A convicted felon is back in jail in Guymon facing a number of charges including attempted rape, kidnapping, and aggravated assault.
The unstable economy is leading to many unintended pregnancies.
The Amarillo City Commission has approved the purchase of Priority Dispatch ProQA 911 call-taking software.
The Amarillo Mayor and City Commissioners are officially in office.
Former local businessman John Langford has two new felony charges against him, bringing the total to nine.
Randall County Justice of the Peace-Precinct 4 Clay Houdashell ruled the death of Steve Sterquell a suicide.
Hundreds gather to remember a local doctor and dedicated serviceman who lost his life in Iraq one week ago.
Local doctors are trying to light a fire under the Texas Senators to quickly vote yes on a bill that would help fix rural doctor shortages.
The Amarillo Police Department says theft of packages delivered at residences and left by delivery services is increasing.
After instances of smuggling narcotics and weapons into the Curry County courthouse, the district attorney wants some changes.
President Barack Obama is asking consumers to put their money - up to $1,300 per new vehicle by 2016 - behind his plan for higher efficiency standards for cars and trucks.
Roosevelt County's dairy industry is getting an advance in technology.
A 78 year old Alzheimer's patient who went missing in Amarillo on Monday night was found after 7am Tuesday.
More than 75 military families gathered in Amarillo on Friday to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice their loved ones made to fight for our country.
They're running in honor of the fallen, to raise money for the wounded.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Monday, May 18th, 2009
The investigation into a local business owner's death is nearing a close, but the controversy surrounding it is far from over.
Your favorite restaurant chains could be serving up meals to die for... Literally. They're being called "heart attack entrees and side orders of stroke".
Legislators forced to work well into the night to pass as much positive legislation as they can.
WASHINGTON (AP) _ The Supreme Court isn't letting four women sue their former employer, AT&T, for higher pension payments.
NEW YORK (AP) _ Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have formally asked the Federal Reserve for permission to repay a combined $20 billion in federal bailout money.
Local law enforcement gathered on Monday to kick off a 25-year old tradition.
The body of a local doctor killed in Iraq is back in Amarillo this evening.
Another felony has been added to the list of charges area business owner John Langford faces.
A drunk driver is apparently the reason all east bound lanes of I-40 were shut down for three hours.
President Barack Obama strode head-on Sunday into the stormy abortion debate and told graduates at America's leading Roman Catholic university that both sides must stop demonizing one another.
Spacewalkers' specially designed tools couldn't dislodge a balky bolt interfering with repairs Sunday at the Hubble Space Telescope
Hundreds of University of Notre Dame students protested President Barack Obama's commencement address Sunday as anti-abortion activists converged on the school's front gates.
Hundreds are remembering fallen Texas soldiers tonight and honoring those in service for the sacrifices they make for their country.
The largest fundraiser for the Texas Plains chapter of Make-A-Wish will last until Midnight Saturday. Each Wish granted costs the organization about $6,200 and that is why thousands braved the off-and-on
Authorities in North Carolina say a store owner and a patron thwarted a teen accused of trying to carry out a robbery by concealing a banana beneath his shirt to resemble a gun.
It's not all doom and gloom in the U.S. economy. Some products are bucking the recession and flying off store shelves.
With a reach across the political divide for Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman as ambassador to China, President Barack Obama may have sidelined for now a potentially formidable Republican moderate and possible White House challenger in 2012.
Crews in Gray County are still cleaning up after high winds and enormous hail swiped the east side of Pampa and much of Gray County on Friday.
The seven children of a local doctor killed overseas now have an education fund set up in their name.
If you're thinking about investing, there are many steps you can take to make sure your making a smart choice for your money.
New open fire restrictions were announced for Curry, Quay, and Roosevelt counties today.
Honor Guards from the Amarillo Police Department and Randall County joined Potter County officers for a ceremony at Llano Cemetery.
Take an inside look at a Panhandle work zone, and the people who risk their lives every day.
RIO RANCHO, N.M. - President Barack Obama urged Congress on Thursday to quickly send him legislation ending abusive credit card practices.
Calls to the Amarillo Police Department for Wednesday, May 13th, 2009
After a not guilty plea, a mistrial and now a guilty plea, a Clovis man has been sentenced to ten years in prison for criminal sexual contact of a child.
A woman accused of stealing credit cards from people at church and the office eludes Amarillo Police.
Accusations of scamming the elderly out of millions of dollars is what area business owner John F. Langford faces.
The Stanley Chevrolet dealership in Clarendon is out of business.
A suspected child killer wants his name cleared before he returns to the scene of the crime.
DOVER, Del. (AP) - The body of an Amarillo psychiatrist who was among five people fatally shot in Iraq has returned to the United States.
The New Mexico Department of Health has confirmed that a 4 year old girl in Curry County has tested positive for the H1N1 virus also known as Swine Flu.
Chrysler LLC wants to eliminate roughly a quarter of its 3,200 U.S. dealerships by early next month, saying in a bankruptcy court filing.
The clinic in Baghdad is operated by the 55th Medical Company, a Reserve unit headquartered in Indianapolis.
Curry, Roosevelt and Quay counties will all soon be under fire restrictions.