A nationwide effort is underway to help a local priest continue his pro-life work. Father Frank Pavone has many supporters across the U.S., ones that will do whatever it takes to get him
Amarillo, Texas - Fall allergy season is in full swing and there's a good chance your symptoms are worse now, than any other time during the year.
An Amarillo man has died after overturning his motorcycle Sunday.
Amarillo, TX - Even though new laws were established this month to prevent unlicensed and uninsured people from driving, troopers continue seeing them on the streets.
With several food recalls in recent weeks many are worried their food is not safe.
Dumas, TX - Medicare and the Joint Commission demonstrate bigger is not always better as they recognize the Moore County Hospital District as a top performer. Out of over three thousand hospitals nationwide,
Amarillo, TX - The suspect in the 2008 murder and robbery of an Amarillo man has pleaded guilty and is sentenced in court Friday.
Amarillo, Texas - A new fee is about to hit your debit card. Swiping that Bank of America debit card is going to cost you.
AUSTIN, Texas - Austin police say a 68-year-old woman died after her son intentionally hit her with a car as she was being loaded into an ambulance.
BOSTON - Model airplanes are suddenly on the public's radar as potential terrorist weapons.
LUBBOCK, Texas - A former West Texas police officer has changed his plea and entered a guilty plea to a single count of receiving child pornography.
WASHINGTON — In a devastating double-blow to al-Qaida's most dangerous franchise, U.S. counterterrorism forces killed two American citizens who played key roles in inspiring attacks against the U.S., U.S. and Yemeni officials said Friday.
ATLANTA - Rick Perry said Friday anyone with doubts about how he would govern as president should simply look at Texas.
EDNA, Texas - A former Texas prison employee suspected of being a serial rapist who targeted older women has been sentenced to life in prison for sexually assaulting a disabled woman.
NORTHFIELD, Ill. - Kraft Foods Inc. is recalling three varieties of its Velveeta Shells & Cheese single-serve microwaveable cups because small, thin wire bristle pieces may be inside the cups.
Amarillo, TX - More people are opting to rent houses instead of buying them. This has become the latest real estate trend in Amarillo. "We're really representing the owner, trying to get them the best
The Texas Transportation Commission approved spending more than $230 million on fixing roads and highways across the state.
A new treatment promising the coveted "youthful appearance" is now being performed in our area. In this week's "Health Watch," NewsChannel 10's Michelle Langowski has more on the cosmetic procedure.
Amarillo, TX - The cause of a range fire that burned east of Amarillo remains under investigation.
One area school district may soon lose nearly five million dollars to an oil company.
Amarillo police are asking for help locating a man wanted out of Potter County.
WASHINGTON - Federal health officials said Wednesday more illnesses and possibly more deaths may be linked to an outbreak of listeria in cantaloupe in coming weeks.
SANTA FE, N.M. - A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement operation in New Mexico has led to the arrest of 36 people.
SAN ANTONIO - Texas Gov. Rick Perry likes to tell supporters how many jobs he's created in the 11 years since he took office.
As baby boomers age, the demand for someone to take care of them increases.
Amarillo College students will soon have an expanded Outreach Center to get help with their classes. The US Department of Education gave Amarillo College more than $800,000 dollars for qualifying as a Hispanic Serving Institution, meaning at least a quarter of their students are Hispanic.
Amarillo, TX - As more area students struggle with their weight, a local district is helping them get active.
Autism is a disorder that affects not only the one diagnosed but usually the entire family. So when the Andrews decided to fight for the best life their son could possibly have...they did it as a family.
SAN ANTONIO - Prosecutors say a San Antonio man accused of beating and stabbing his 79-year-old wife to death was upset because their home smelled like overflowing litter boxes from more than 50 cats and he was tired of taking care of her.
HOUSTON - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals says a convicted cattle rustler who insisted he's been wrongly kept in prison beyond his sentence has served his time and should be released next month.
Amazon's newly announced Kindle Fire tablet measures 7-inches, runs a modified version of Android and will cost $199 – less than half the price of an iPad 2. Unfortunately, 3G connectivity and a camera are not included.
Texas comptroller Susan Combs is giving thousands of dollars to Amarillo College.
Your help is needed in solving the murder of an elderly woman in Tulia.
Borger, Texas - It's something many people don't realize, but homelessness is a growing problem in Borger. Now, one local organization hopes to put a plan into action to help hundreds of people in need.
DALLAS - Officials say two people have died in North Texas after becoming ill from listeria linked to cantaloupes from a Colorado farm.
One area program is hoping they can help children keep warm during the Winter months.
AUSTIN, Texas - A lawsuit filed in Austin alleges a University of Texas fraternity committed hazing and hired performers for live sex shows to recruit new members.
SANTA FE, N.M. - New Mexico's redistricting battle has moved to the courts, but the state Supreme Court may have to determine which judge will handle the assignment of drawing new boundaries of districts for elected offices.
SANTA FE, N.M. - A group of New Mexico screenwriters, producers, directors and actors are shooting a new film in Rio Arriba County.
DALLAS - Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst is breaking with Gov. Rick Perry by opposing in-state college tuition rates for illegal immigrants.
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Drivers may face traffic delays near Hillside and I-27 this afternoon.
A Borger woman is dead after an accident on Highway 152.
Amarillo, TX - After an eight hour stand off overnight with Amarillo police, a local man is in custody Tuesday morning.
Amarillo, TX - Amarillo's traffic engineer, Jihad El Eid, has been fired.
Amarillo, TX - Amarillo Police are investigating a reported armed robbery at a Toot 'n Totum Sunday night.
Pampa, Texas - An officer involved shooting in Pampa puts one woman in jail on charges of assault on a public servant.
Amarillo, Texas - Soon women may not be the only ones to get the vaccination for the Human Papillomavirus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is leaning toward including males in their recommendation to get the shot.
Amarillo, TX - The cause of a house fire in Amarillo this weekend is now known.
Hispanic students will better be able to enhance their education after thousands of dollars are given to area colleges.
JEFFERSON, Iowa - Call it a personal class war: Texas Gov. Rick Perry is trying to draw sharp class lines with his chief GOP presidential rival, the well-heeled former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
WASHINGTON - In a fiery summons to an important voting bloc, President Barack Obama told blacks on Saturday to quit crying and complaining and "put on your marching shoes" to follow him into battle for jobs and opportunity.
A comment left on a small social network in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, has resulted in the hideous death of its author at the hands of a merciless drug cartel.
HOUSTON - A former Texas inmate who once cooked the final meals for condemned prisoners is offering to continue the practice at no cost to the state now that prison officials have announced they've stopped the special meals.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - An Albuquerque man has been ordered held on $25,000 cash bail after police said he called women and minors pretending to be a detective and asked them to perform adult acts over the phone.
Lubbock, TX - A 90 year old man opened fire on officers responding to a burglary call in Lubbock.
WASHINGTON - Businessman Herman Cain says his victory in the Florida Republican straw poll was authentic and wasn't a statement by voters against Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Amarillo, Texas - While Facebook is making a lot of changes, charging you to use the site is not one of them.
AMARILLO, TX - Controversy is swirling in Amarillo following three deadly officer involved shootings.
Amarillo, Texas - An indictment is handed down for a man police say hit and killed a man while driving drunk.
Amarillo, Texas - The latest and greatest medical technology is coming to Amarillo's hospital district.
To know what illnesses are in the air, some doctors offices in our area are tracking symptoms.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla – A dead 6-ton satellite baffled NASA experts Friday by slowing its descent toward Earth and delaying its ultimate crash until the early part of the weekend.
WASHINGTON - Nearly everyone agrees the fix needs fixing. The No Child Left Behind law that was supposed to improve American education has left schools grumbling at being labeled "failures," state officials fuming and complaints everywhere about required testing.
Amarillo, TX - Preliminary autopsy results are in for the man shot and killed Wednesday night outside of Family Dollar on Western.
There are new concerns over whether the whooping cough vaccine wears down a lot quicker than doctor's first projected.
Local veterinarians are carrying a new vaccine that can protect your dog against the influenza virus. Texas is among thirty-eight states who have seen an increase of dogs with the flu.
Amarillo, TX - The Amarillo Police Department has confirmed that a man was shot by police around 3pm Thursday.
Amarillo, Texas - Amarillo is set to receive part of a $60 Million dollar grant for new jobs to help people with employment.
A man is dead after being shot by a police officer late Wednesday night.
ORLANDO, Fla. - Republican presidential contender Michele Bachmann said Thursday that social conservatives don't have to settle for a nominee who does not share their values, and rival Mitt Romney said the party should nominate someone from the private sector - double-team criticism of front-runner Rick Perry.
SAN ANTONIO - A longtime advisor to Gov. Rick Perry says he was joking when he pulled out a pocketknife while being told he was fired as deputy chancellor of the Texas A&M University System.
HOUSTON - Texas prison officials say they're stopping special last meals for condemned inmates facing execution after an elaborate request from a convicted killer in a notorious dragging death prompted complaints from a prominent state senator.
Two people are dead and one person is in critical condition after an accident on I-40.
Amarillo, TX - A woman and her child are safe after their pickup caught fire Thursday on I-27.
Amarillo, TX - Amarillo police are asking for your help finding a man wanted out of Potter County.
Amarillo, TX - An Amarillo man has been found guilty for the first degree offense of continual sexual abuse of a child.
Wednesday is World Alzheimer's Day. 5.4 million Americans suffer with the disease. An estimated 350,000 of those people live here in Texas
A construction worker is in critical condition after falling three floors early Wednesday afternoon.
An Oklahoma man is dead following a fiery vehicle crash just east of Wheeler.
A piece of NASA's history is coming to Amarillo just as the shuttle program ends.
AUSTIN, Texas - Police in Austin say a man faked having terminal breast cancer so he could avoid meeting with his probation officer.
SANTA FE, N.M. - A toxicology report says a 17-month-old girl allegedly beaten to death by a 24-year-old man just outside Espanola in March had marijuana in her bloodstream, and it probably wasn't from secondhand smoke.
DEMING, N.M. - A Mexican national is facing multiple immigration violations after authorities say he hitched a ride from the U.S. port of entry on a New Mexico public school bus.
HOUSTON - The federal government has sued national outdoor retail chain Bass Pro Outdoor World alleging racial discrimination in its hiring practices dating back to 2005.
BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) - State Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples will take to the air in Southeast Texas to show how helicopters can be used to hunt feral hogs.
The bloodstains are long gone. So is the red paint investigators sprayed along a nearly 3-mile stretch of bumpy asphalt on Huff Creek Road to mark the grisly final moments of James Byrd Jr.'s life.
MIAMI — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is raising new questions in Florida about his rival Rick Perry's position on Social Security.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Suspected drug traffickers dumped 35 bodies at rush hour beneath a busy overpass in the heart of a major Gulf coast city as gunmen pointed weapons at frightened drivers.
The wait is nearly over: Apple will unveil the iPhone 5 on October 4, according to a new report from AllThingsD.
Amarillo, Texas - Since the weather is getting chillier and it's actually raining every now and then, we've decided to end our Water Wasters series.
Those dealing with diabetes often have to worry about a heart attack or stroke. Now, there may be a link between diabetes and Alzheimer's Diseases.
Amarillo, Texas - Canyon and Amarillo districts are currently planning on how they intend to meet class-size requirements this year.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - NASA scientists are doing their best to tell us where a plummeting 6-ton satellite will fall later this week
HUNTSVILLE, Texas - The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked the execution of a former Army recruiter for the rape-slaying of a woman in Fort Worth nearly 10 years ago.
LUBBOCK, Texas - A survey by Texas' largest cattle group shows that 8% of ranchers won't be raising bovines next year in the nation's leading production state.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. military passed a historic milestone Tuesday with the repeal of the ban on gays serving openly in uniform, ending a prohibition that President Barack Obama said had forced gay and lesbian service members to "lie about who they are."
A Perryton man has been charged with attempting to smuggle a large number of assault rifles into Mexico for a drug cartel.
Authorities continue to investigate a shooting at a North Amarillo home.
A Clovis man on supervised release from a correctional facility who disappeared last week is back in custody.
FORT WORTH, Texas - A North Texas man who went to police after someone attacked him for sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl has been sentenced to 22 years in prison.
AUSTIN, Texas - Financially-challenged school districts will find it easier to get exempt from a Texas law that holds most elementary school classes to no more than 22 students.
Amarillo, TX - A man is dead and another critically wounded following an incident in a North Amarillo home. Early Monday morning, Amarillo fire fighters arrived to put out a fire in at a garage on Tennessee
A California man has been booked into the Carson County Jail for possession of a controlled substance and marijuana.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — The death toll in the terrifying crash of a World War II-era plane during a Reno air race has risen to at least nine people, including the pilot and eight spectators, authorities said
Candidates from all over the nation became US citizens on this Constitution day, which is also Citizenship day.
Amarillo, Texas - Area pharmacies are gearing up for flu season and they say you should be too.
AMARILLO, TX - A warning for parents, many phone applications could be detrimental to their families.
Amarillo, Texas - You can save money at the Tri-State Fair while it's in town this year by helping needy families.
Clovis, NM - A Clovis man could face 27-years behind bars, after being convicted of a 2010 kidnapping and rape of a Clovis woman.
RENO, Nev. - A World War II era fighter plane plunged into the grandstands Friday during a popular annual air show, injuring at least 75 spectators and leaving a horrific scene of bodies and wreckage.
Amarillo, TX - Local agronomists have said the rain is not enough to bring back a lot of the dying trees in our area.
Amarillo, TX - The area around a rail car explosion is now considered under control.
Amarillo, TX - The railcar fire has been contained and the evacuation order has been lifted.
Amarillo, TX - A tip has led to the capture of a woman wanted for aggravated assault.
Amarillo, Texas - A special cigarette designed to help people quit smoking is lighting up controversy at airports across the country.
A local religious group is now reaching out to area students and that effort is meeting some opposition.
If you plan to fly this holiday season, now is the time to book your plane ticket. In this week's "Consumer Watch," NewsChannel 10's Michelle Langowski has some tips on how to make this season a little more merry.
Families can find out ways to react and be safe during possible upcoming natural disasters at the Emergency Preparedness Day event, which is going be hosted by Amarillo's National Weather Service and emergency management offices Friday.
Young girls need to diet if they are unhappy with their weight, that is the message many believe a new book is sending to girls.
AUSTIN, Texas - When it comes to presidential candidates, Texas Gov. Rick Perry is a man of modest means.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama on Thursday bestowed the highest U.S. military honor on Dakota Meyer, a young and humble Marine who defied orders and barreled straight into a ferocious "killing zone" in Afghanistan to save 36 lives at extraordinary risk to himself.
WASHINGTON - Sarah Palin's husband on Thursday called a book critical of his family "disgusting lies, innuendo and smears" as the former Alaska governor's camp sought to discredit a racy biography that includes allegations of infidelity and drug use.
The federal Food and Drug Administration and a leading doctor are disputing suggestions by television show host Dr. Mehmet Oz that trace amounts of arsenic in many apple juice products pose a health concern.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Police have identified a 14-year-old Central Texas boy who died after being struck by a Department of Public Safety patrol car.
Amarillo, TX - Customers at the Toot-n-Totum on 45th and Bell helped stop an alleged Wednesday last night.
Clovis police are investigating the theft of three vehicles that were found on fire in separate locations.
Drivers should expect closures and delays on Georgia south of I-27 Thursday.
AMARILLO, TX - An Amarillo Catholic priest is speaking out about concerns over his organization's finances.
Amarillo, Texas - With Wednesday's rain, many are wondering if we have seen the last of the dry weather. But according to several weather experts the cause of this year's extreme drought, La Nina, is back in action.
Clovis, NM - A Clovis man is in jail after police say he shot and killed two people.
Amarillo, TX - The Cardiology Center of Amarillo has been chosen to participate in the largest clinical device trial in history.
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EL PASO, Texas - A West Texas teenager has been accused of faking cancer and collecting about $17,000 in donations.
AMARILLO, Texas - Two Texas men have been accused of trying to use the U.S. mail to distribute drugs and threatening to kill a letter carrier.
As the nation's unemployment rate continues to rise, Amarillo College is doing what they can to prepare students for jobs that are available in the region.
Amarillo, TX - The Texas Panhandle Honor Flight left Amarillo's Rick Husband International Airport Tuesday, September 14.
The Roman Catholic Bishop of Amarillo has ordered a priest nationally known for his anti-abortion activism to return to Amarillo for "prayer and reflection.''
Amarillo, TX - Three men have been booked into the Randall County Jail charged with auto burglary and evading arrest.
Portales, New Mexico - One area college is setting records this new school year.
Amarillo, Texas - The first stop of the day was to speak with the maintenance crew from Potter County.
Less than half of U.S. teenage girls have received the HPV Vaccine - which prevents cervical cancer. Some doctors say it's the cost of the drug that is keeping patients from getting the vaccination.
Perryton, TX -- One man is injured in a traffic accident involving a school bus. No children were aboard the bus and the bus driver was unharmed.
AUSTIN, Texas - It was four years ago that Texas Gov. Rick Perry put aside his social conservative bona fides and signed an order requiring Texas girls to be vaccinated against the human papilloma virus.
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. — Federal authorities say a woman who wanted to keep her mother and brother from flying to New York on a date near the Sept. 11 anniversary called an Arizona airport and falsely claimed a bomb was on board their flight.
EDNA, Texas - A Texas man accused of raping several elderly women will be handcuffed and wearing leg irons during his trial.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Imploring Congress to follow his lead, President Barack Obama on Tuesday lobbied lawmakers to adopt his nearly $450 billion jobs plan.
Amarillo, Texas - Copper theft is making a comeback in a new and dangerous way.
67-year-old Rudolfo Telles was killed instantly after he was hit by a speeding car on Lakeside.
A motorcycle driver remains in the hospital with life threatening injuries after an accident in Amarillo.
Amarillo, TX - Many children have been coming home from school, sick with a variety of illnesses.
An Amarillo man is jailed after reportedly hospitalizing a police officer during an encounter which led to the discovery of a large amount of crack cocaine.
The second week of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Trial begins Monday.
One man is killed and another hospitalized after a two vehicle crash in Wheeler County.
Clovis, New Mexico - In Clovis, at Cannon Air Force Base, they held their own 9-11 memorial. The event started at 6:46am Mountain time.
As our nation remembers the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, Amarillo had it's own memorial ceremony at City Hall.
WASHINGTON - For years government officials have tested meat for only one strain of E. coli. Now they will test for seven, a move that will hasten recalls of infected meat.
Amarillo, TX - An Amarillo businessman is sentenced to prison for scamming elderly people out of millions of dollars.
TAMPA, Fla. - Republican presidential hopefuls plan to use a televised debate Monday to press frontrunner Rick Perry to justify his criticism of Social Security, which has dominated the contest in recent days.
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