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  • Sherman County Sheriff resigns, new Sheriff to take over

    Sherman County Sheriff resigns, new Sheriff to take over

    Wednesday, September 30 2015 5:33 PM EDT2015-09-30 21:33:50 GMT
    Monday, July 18 2016 3:20 PM EDT2016-07-18 19:20:52 GMT
    Sherman County Sheriff Joe Powell submitted his letter of resignation, effective tomorrow.
    Sherman County Sheriff Joe Powell submitted his letter of resignation, effective tomorrow.
  • Local bakery supports first responders around the country

    Local bakery supports first responders around the country

    Friday, September 11 2015 5:27 PM EDT2015-09-11 21:27:51 GMT
    Monday, July 18 2016 3:20 PM EDT2016-07-18 19:20:52 GMT
    A local bakery is gaining national attention after showing their sweet support for first responders.
    A local bakery is gaining national attention after showing their sweet support for first responders.
  • UPDATE: Officer involved in head-on collision in critical condition

    UPDATE: Officer involved in head-on collision in critical condition

    Tuesday, September 8 2015 11:25 AM EDT2015-09-08 15:25:36 GMT
    Monday, July 18 2016 3:20 PM EDT2016-07-18 19:20:51 GMT
    Amarillo, TX -  An Amarillo Police Officer is in critical condition after being involved in a head-on collision while on duty.
    Amarillo, TX -  An Amarillo Police Officer is in critical condition after being involved in a head-on collision while on duty.
  • Travelers see steep decline in gas prices

    Travelers see steep decline in gas prices

    Monday, September 7 2015 5:38 PM EDT2015-09-07 21:38:39 GMT
    Monday, July 18 2016 3:20 PM EDT2016-07-18 19:20:51 GMT
    Gas prices are the lowest they've been on Labor Day in more than a decade.
    Gas prices are the lowest they've been on Labor Day in more than a decade.
  • Gov. Greg Abbott honors Sgt. Houston Gass

    Gov. Greg Abbott honors Sgt. Houston Gass

    Thursday, September 10 2015 5:23 PM EDT2015-09-10 21:23:34 GMT
    Monday, February 15 2016 10:57 PM EST2016-02-16 03:57:21 GMT
    Austin, TX - Governor Greg Abbott honored 28 first responders Thursday for their courage and valor while serving in the line of duty, including Pampa Police Sergeant Houston Gass.

    Austin, TX - Governor Greg Abbott honored 28 first responders Thursday for their courage and valor while serving in the line of duty, including Pampa Police Sergeant Houston Gass.

  • Vatican: Pope met with gay student, partner in Davis twist

    Vatican: Pope met with gay student, partner in Davis twist

    Vatican: Pope met with gay student, partner in Davis twist

    Friday, October 2 2015 3:55 PM EDT2015-10-02 19:55:38 GMT
    Friday, October 2 2015 3:55 PM EDT2015-10-02 19:55:37 GMT
    VATICAN CITY (AP) - The Vatican on Friday distanced Pope Francis from Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk at the center of the U.S. gay marriage debate, saying she was one of dozens of people the pope greeted as he left Washington and that their encounter "should not be considered a form of support of her position."And in a new twist, the Vatican revealed that the "only real audience" Francis had in Washington was with a former student and his family, who later ident...
    VATICAN CITY (AP) - The Vatican on Friday distanced Pope Francis from Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk at the center of the U.S. gay marriage debate, saying she was one of dozens of people the pope greeted as he left Washington and that their encounter "should not be considered a form of support of her position."And in a new twist, the Vatican revealed that the "only real audience" Francis had in Washington was with a former student and his family, who later ident...
  • Gunman opens fire at Oregon community college, killing 9 people

    Gunman opens fire at Oregon community college, killing 9 people

    Thursday, October 1 2015 2:32 PM EDT2015-10-01 18:32:26 GMT
    Friday, October 2 2015 9:36 AM EDT2015-10-02 13:36:38 GMT
    ROSEBURG, Ore. - Armed with multiple guns, a 26-year-old man walked into a morning writing class at the community college in this rural Oregon town and opened fire, hitting some students with multiple gunshots. 
    ROSEBURG, Ore. - Armed with multiple guns, a 26-year-old man walked into a morning writing class at the community college in this rural Oregon town and opened fire, hitting some students with multiple gunshots. 
  • Area officials prepare for flu season

    Area officials prepare for flu season

    Thursday, October 1 2015 5:21 PM EDT2015-10-01 21:21:06 GMT
    Thursday, October 1 2015 7:41 PM EDT2015-10-01 23:41:34 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - It's the first official week of flu season, and area doctors are watching the virus closely to see how it compares to last season.
    Amarillo, TX - It's the first official week of flu season, and area doctors are watching the virus closely to see how it compares to last season.
  • Fugitive File: Search for Elvis Gonzales continues

    Fugitive File: Search for Elvis Gonzales continues

    Thursday, October 1 2015 5:53 PM EDT2015-10-01 21:53:18 GMT
    Thursday, October 1 2015 6:10 PM EDT2015-10-01 22:10:32 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - Amarillo Police are still looking for a fugitive involved in a 2012 home invasion and robbery.
    AMARILLO, TX - Amarillo Police are still looking for a fugitive involved in a 2012 home invasion and robbery.
  • 70-year-old WWII Bomber visiting Amarillo

    70-year-old WWII Bomber visiting Amarillo

    Wednesday, September 30 2015 7:06 PM EDT2015-09-30 23:06:09 GMT
    Thursday, October 1 2015 12:01 PM EDT2015-10-01 16:01:23 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - A very special WWII veteran is visiting Amarillo.
    AMARILLO, TX - A very special WWII veteran is visiting Amarillo.
  • WT proposes a tuition increase

    WT proposes a tuition increase

    Wednesday, September 30 2015 10:17 PM EDT2015-10-01 02:17:25 GMT
    Thursday, October 1 2015 11:48 AM EDT2015-10-01 15:48:55 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - Despite West Texas A&M's increasing enrollment, it may cost some students some extra money.
    Amarillo, TX - Despite West Texas A&M's increasing enrollment, it may cost some students some extra money.
  • 2 men are dead after a car crash early Wednesday

    2 men are dead after a car crash early Wednesday

    Wednesday, September 30 2015 7:25 PM EDT2015-09-30 23:25:06 GMT
    Wednesday, September 30 2015 7:31 PM EDT2015-09-30 23:31:53 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - Two men are dead after a car crash early Wednesday morning.
    AMARILLO, TX - Two men are dead after a car crash early Wednesday morning.
  • FamilyWize prescription drug card promotes savings

    Wednesday, September 30 2015 5:15 PM EDT2015-09-30 21:15:17 GMT
    Wednesday, September 30 2015 7:19 PM EDT2015-09-30 23:19:57 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - To help combat the issue of increased prescription drug prices, an area organization is using its resources to help make necessary drugs affordable.
    Amarillo, TX - To help combat the issue of increased prescription drug prices, an area organization is using its resources to help make necessary drugs affordable.
  • Multiple business robbery suspect behind bars

    Multiple business robbery suspect behind bars

    Wednesday, September 30 2015 1:24 PM EDT2015-09-30 17:24:02 GMT
    Wednesday, September 30 2015 5:01 PM EDT2015-09-30 21:01:27 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - Police say 22 year-old Denzale Smith is behind bars after he was caught on a surveillance photo in a March 2015 robbery.
    AMARILLO, TX - Police say 22 year-old Denzale Smith is behind bars after he was caught on a surveillance photo in a March 2015 robbery.
  • Amarillo Citizens for Open Government to hold community meeting

    Amarillo Citizens for Open Government to hold community meeting

    Wednesday, September 30 2015 1:34 PM EDT2015-09-30 17:34:14 GMT
    Wednesday, September 30 2015 3:21 PM EDT2015-09-30 19:21:09 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - Amarillo citizens for open government is holding a community meeting tomorrow to address important issues affecting tax payers in Potter County.
    AMARILLO, TX - Amarillo citizens for open government is holding a community meeting tomorrow to address important issues affecting tax payers in Potter County.
  • Canyon Intermediate School receives National Blue Ribbon School Award

    Canyon Intermediate School receives National Blue Ribbon School Award

    Wednesday, September 30 2015 1:27 PM EDT2015-09-30 17:27:35 GMT
    Wednesday, September 30 2015 3:18 PM EDT2015-09-30 19:18:56 GMT
    CANYON, TX - Canyon Intermediate School received the National Blue Ribbon School Award this year.
    CANYON, TX - Canyon Intermediate School received the National Blue Ribbon School Award this year.
  • Semi-trailer loaded with onions catches fire

    Semi-trailer loaded with onions catches fire

    Tuesday, September 29 2015 4:43 PM EDT2015-09-29 20:43:55 GMT
    Tuesday, September 29 2015 8:54 PM EDT2015-09-30 00:54:03 GMT
    Amarillo, TX -  Eastbound lanes on I-40 outside Bushland were temporarily shutdown because a semi-truck carrying a load of onions caught fire.
    Amarillo, TX -  Eastbound lanes on I-40 outside Bushland were temporarily shutdown because a semi-truck carrying a load of onions caught fire.
  • Airport finds way out post-Wright Amendment era

    Airport finds way out post-Wright Amendment era

    Tuesday, September 22 2015 12:32 PM EDT2015-09-22 16:32:19 GMT
    Tuesday, September 29 2015 6:35 PM EDT2015-09-29 22:35:17 GMT
    The Wright Amendment was allowed to expire in 2014, however, and the result of its expiration has had a tangible impact on smaller airports, such as Rick Husband Amarillo International.
    The Wright Amendment was allowed to expire in 2014, however, and the result of its expiration has had a tangible impact on smaller airports, such as Rick Husband Amarillo International.
  • Oklahoma panel orders removal of Ten Commandments monument

    Oklahoma panel orders removal of Ten Commandments monument

    Tuesday, September 29 2015 2:34 PM EDT2015-09-29 18:34:52 GMT
    Tuesday, September 29 2015 3:03 PM EDT2015-09-29 19:03:16 GMT
    OKLAHOMA CITY - A six-foot-tall granite monument of the Ten Commandments that has sat outside the Oklahoma State Capitol for several years is on its way out.
    OKLAHOMA CITY - A six-foot-tall granite monument of the Ten Commandments that has sat outside the Oklahoma State Capitol for several years is on its way out.
  • Congress: US fails to stop most people trying to join ISIS

    Congress: US fails to stop most people trying to join ISIS

    Tuesday, September 29 2015 1:32 PM EDT2015-09-29 17:32:20 GMT
    Tuesday, September 29 2015 2:03 PM EDT2015-09-29 18:03:27 GMT
    WASHINGTON  - The government has largely failed to stop more than 250 Americans who have traveled overseas to join or tried to join terrorist groups, including the Islamic State group, a new congressional study concluded on Tuesday.
    WASHINGTON  - The government has largely failed to stop more than 250 Americans who have traveled overseas to join or tried to join terrorist groups, including the Islamic State group, a new congressional study concluded on Tuesday.
  • Texas alcohol regulators do nearly 15K undercover operations

    Texas alcohol regulators do nearly 15K undercover operations

    Tuesday, September 29 2015 12:11 PM EDT2015-09-29 16:11:30 GMT
    Tuesday, September 29 2015 12:11 PM EDT2015-09-29 16:11:30 GMT
    AUSTIN, Texas - A push by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for more undercover operations has led to citations for nearly 1,600 violations.
    AUSTIN, Texas - A push by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for more undercover operations has led to citations for nearly 1,600 violations.
  • Area hunters needed to track deer disease

    Area hunters needed to track deer disease

    Monday, September 28 2015 6:41 PM EDT2015-09-28 22:41:09 GMT
    Monday, September 28 2015 11:39 PM EDT2015-09-29 03:39:09 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - A disease fatal to deer recently appeared in central Texas and state wildlife officials are now asking area hunters to help track it.
    Amarillo, TX - A disease fatal to deer recently appeared in central Texas and state wildlife officials are now asking area hunters to help track it.
  • Concealed carry permits do not appear to affect crime rates

    Concealed carry permits do not appear to affect crime rates

    Monday, September 28 2015 7:20 PM EDT2015-09-28 23:20:13 GMT
    Monday, September 28 2015 8:38 PM EDT2015-09-29 00:38:24 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - A new study shows concealed carry permits don't affect crimes.
    AMARILLO, TX - A new study shows concealed carry permits don't affect crimes.
  • City of Amarillo staying ahead of Mosquito population

    City of Amarillo staying ahead of Mosquito population

    Monday, September 28 2015 6:45 PM EDT2015-09-28 22:45:48 GMT
    Monday, September 28 2015 7:31 PM EDT2015-09-28 23:31:26 GMT
    Despite the abnormal amount of  rain in Amarillo, city officials say they are continuing to keep the mosquito population low. The city has been working hard to keep the mosquito population at bay, this means more man power and a longer spraying season.
    Despite the abnormal amount of  rain in Amarillo, city officials say they are continuing to keep the mosquito population low. The city has been working hard to keep the mosquito population at bay, this means more man power and a longer spraying season.
  • Motorist sets lighter to spider at gas station, burns pump

    Motorist sets lighter to spider at gas station, burns pump

    Monday, September 28 2015 6:05 PM EDT2015-09-28 22:05:03 GMT
    Monday, September 28 2015 6:36 PM EDT2015-09-28 22:36:43 GMT
    CENTER LINE, Mich. - A man with an apparent case of arachnophobia caused a fire at a suburban Detroit gas pump by putting a lighter to what he says was a spider near his fuel door.
    CENTER LINE, Mich. - A man with an apparent case of arachnophobia caused a fire at a suburban Detroit gas pump by putting a lighter to what he says was a spider near his fuel door.
  • EPA rules will strengthen pesticide safety on farms

    EPA rules will strengthen pesticide safety on farms

    Monday, September 28 2015 3:21 PM EDT2015-09-28 19:21:00 GMT
    Monday, September 28 2015 4:42 PM EDT2015-09-28 20:42:15 GMT
    WASHINGTON - The Environmental Protection Agency is strengthening 20-year-old rules designed to protect farmworkers from toxic pesticides.
    WASHINGTON - The Environmental Protection Agency is strengthening 20-year-old rules designed to protect farmworkers from toxic pesticides.
  • Sentencing for NY prison worker who helped 2 killers escape

    Sentencing for NY prison worker who helped 2 killers escape

    Monday, September 28 2015 1:02 PM EDT2015-09-28 17:02:04 GMT
    Monday, September 28 2015 1:02 PM EDT2015-09-28 17:02:04 GMT
    PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. - A former New York prison worker who claims she was in "way over my head" when she helped two murderers escape faces a sentence of up to seven years for her role in the audacious breakout.
    PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. - A former New York prison worker who claims she was in "way over my head" when she helped two murderers escape faces a sentence of up to seven years for her role in the audacious breakout.
  • Carson County reports abundance of rattlesnakes

    Carson County reports abundance of rattlesnakes

    Friday, September 25 2015 4:45 PM EDT2015-09-25 20:45:39 GMT
    Friday, September 25 2015 11:59 PM EDT2015-09-26 03:59:46 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - Officials in Carson County are warning the public of the abundance of rattlesnakes this season.
    Amarillo, TX - Officials in Carson County are warning the public of the abundance of rattlesnakes this season.
  • Double Mastectomy Doesn't Always Prevent Cancer from Coming Back

    Double Mastectomy Doesn't Always Prevent Cancer from Coming Back

    Friday, September 25 2015 8:00 PM EDT2015-09-26 00:00:37 GMT
    Friday, September 25 2015 10:39 PM EDT2015-09-26 02:39:18 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - As a preventative measure, both women and men who are diagnosed with breast cancer in one breast often get both removed.
    AMARILLO, TX - As a preventative measure, both women and men who are diagnosed with breast cancer in one breast often get both removed.
  • Clovis man arrested for attempted human trafficking

    Clovis man arrested for attempted human trafficking

    Friday, September 25 2015 6:59 PM EDT2015-09-25 22:59:44 GMT
    Friday, September 25 2015 7:22 PM EDT2015-09-25 23:22:37 GMT
    Clovis, NM - A Clovis man has been arrested by federal agents on a charge of attempted human trafficking and authorities need your help to find potential victims.
    Clovis, NM - A Clovis man has been arrested by federal agents on a charge of attempted human trafficking and authorities need your help to find potential victims.
  • Suspect in weekend murder in police custody

    Suspect in weekend murder in police custody

    Friday, September 25 2015 6:55 PM EDT2015-09-25 22:55:32 GMT
    Friday, September 25 2015 7:08 PM EDT2015-09-25 23:08:09 GMT
    AMARILLO - The lead suspect in a weekend murder near Follett is now in police custody.
    AMARILLO - The lead suspect in a weekend murder near Follett is now in police custody.
  • Amarillo resident dead after major accident outside of Dumas

    Amarillo resident dead after major accident outside of Dumas

    Friday, September 25 2015 10:04 AM EDT2015-09-25 14:04:39 GMT
    Friday, September 25 2015 5:39 PM EDT2015-09-25 21:39:46 GMT
    An Amarillo resident is dead after a major accident outside of Dumas Friday morning.
    An Amarillo resident is dead after a major accident outside of Dumas Friday morning.
  • Service returned after west Amarillo water main break

    Service returned after west Amarillo water main break

    Friday, September 25 2015 5:20 PM EDT2015-09-25 21:20:01 GMT
    Friday, September 25 2015 5:27 PM EDT2015-09-25 21:27:27 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX-- Residents in west Amarillo have water once more after a water main break shut down service this morning.
    AMARILLO, TX-- Residents in west Amarillo have water once more after a water main break shut down service this morning.
  • Ready Roast Nut announces plans for Portales reopened plant

    Ready Roast Nut announces plans for Portales reopened plant

    Friday, September 25 2015 4:38 PM EDT2015-09-25 20:38:24 GMT
    Friday, September 25 2015 4:38 PM EDT2015-09-25 20:38:24 GMT
    PORTALES, N.M. - Ready Roast Nut Company officials have announced plans to create jobs at the site of an eastern New Mexico peanut butter plant involved in a 2012 salmonella outbreak.
    PORTALES, N.M. - Ready Roast Nut Company officials have announced plans to create jobs at the site of an eastern New Mexico peanut butter plant involved in a 2012 salmonella outbreak.
  • Charges dropped against 2 in Southwest flight disturbance

    Charges dropped against 2 in Southwest flight disturbance

    Friday, September 25 2015 4:01 PM EDT2015-09-25 20:01:04 GMT
    Friday, September 25 2015 4:08 PM EDT2015-09-25 20:08:50 GMT
    AMARILLO, Texas - Charges have been dropped against two of six people arrested after a disturbance aboard a Southwest Airlines flight that led to an unscheduled landing in Amarillo, Texas.
    AMARILLO, Texas - Charges have been dropped against two of six people arrested after a disturbance aboard a Southwest Airlines flight that led to an unscheduled landing in Amarillo, Texas.
  • Navy SEALs ready to open doors to women

    Navy SEALs ready to open doors to women

    Friday, September 25 2015 3:15 PM EDT2015-09-25 19:15:16 GMT
    Friday, September 25 2015 3:15 PM EDT2015-09-25 19:15:16 GMT
    WASHINGTON - The commander of the Navy's special warfare units is recommending that the SEALs and combat crew jobs be opened to women.
    WASHINGTON - The commander of the Navy's special warfare units is recommending that the SEALs and combat crew jobs be opened to women.
  • Speaker Boehner stuns Congress, announces resignation

    Speaker Boehner stuns Congress, announces resignation

    Friday, September 25 2015 10:14 AM EDT2015-09-25 14:14:57 GMT
    WASHINGTON - With Congress in turmoil, House Speaker John Boehner suddenly informed fellow Republicans on Friday that he would resign at the end of October, stepping aside in the face of hardline conservative opposition that threatens an institutional crisis.
    WASHINGTON - With Congress in turmoil, House Speaker John Boehner suddenly informed fellow Republicans on Friday that he would resign at the end of October, stepping aside in the face of hardline conservative opposition that threatens an institutional crisis.
  • UPDATE: Amarillo dog abuse suspect booked and released from jail

    UPDATE: Amarillo dog abuse suspect booked and released from jail

    Wednesday, September 23 2015 10:55 PM EDT2015-09-24 02:55:03 GMT
    Thursday, September 24 2015 5:57 PM EDT2015-09-24 21:57:40 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - For weeks, Amarillo Police and Animal Management and Welfare have been investigating the case of a Siberian husky, named Piper, who was shot three times.
    Amarillo, TX - For weeks, Amarillo Police and Animal Management and Welfare have been investigating the case of a Siberian husky, named Piper, who was shot three times.
  • Bus, amphibious vehicle crash in Seattle; 4 dead, 12 critical

    Bus, amphibious vehicle crash in Seattle; 4 dead, 12 critical

    Thursday, September 24 2015 4:31 PM EDT2015-09-24 20:31:40 GMT
    Thursday, September 24 2015 4:53 PM EDT2015-09-24 20:53:07 GMT
    SEATTLE - A charter bus and amphibious tour vehicle collided on a busy Seattle bridge Thursday, killing four people and sending 44 to hospitals in a wreck that scattered crumpled metal and broken glass on the road.
    SEATTLE - A charter bus and amphibious tour vehicle collided on a busy Seattle bridge Thursday, killing four people and sending 44 to hospitals in a wreck that scattered crumpled metal and broken glass on the road.
  • Head coach may be disciplined for referee hit

    Head coach may be disciplined for referee hit

    Thursday, September 24 2015 3:16 PM EDT2015-09-24 19:16:46 GMT
    Thursday, September 24 2015 3:16 PM EDT2015-09-24 19:16:46 GMT
    AUSTIN, Texas  - The latest developments on two Texas high school football players who deliberately hit a referee during a game.
    AUSTIN, Texas  - The latest developments on two Texas high school football players who deliberately hit a referee during a game.
  • Suspect sentenced to prison for 2012 home invasion

    Suspect sentenced to prison for 2012 home invasion

    Thursday, September 24 2015 2:40 PM EDT2015-09-24 18:40:53 GMT
    Thursday, September 24 2015 2:46 PM EDT2015-09-24 18:46:34 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - A suspect in a 2012 home invasion robbery is found guilty.
    AMARILLO, TX - A suspect in a 2012 home invasion robbery is found guilty.
  • Local veteran raising depression & suicide prevention awareness

    Local veteran raising depression & suicide prevention awareness

    Wednesday, September 23 2015 7:12 PM EDT2015-09-23 23:12:18 GMT
    Wednesday, September 23 2015 10:16 PM EDT2015-09-24 02:16:58 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - Veteran suicide is a continuing problem across the panhandle and one local veteran is working to raise awareness and save lives.
    Amarillo, TX - Veteran suicide is a continuing problem across the panhandle and one local veteran is working to raise awareness and save lives.
  • Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon released from jail on bond

    Wednesday, September 23 2015 3:29 PM EDT2015-09-23 19:29:23 GMT
    Wednesday, September 23 2015 8:29 PM EDT2015-09-24 00:29:49 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - Local doctor, Thomas Michael Dixon, accused of hiring a hitman to kill a Lubbock pathologist, is released from jail.
    Amarillo, TX - Local doctor, Thomas Michael Dixon, accused of hiring a hitman to kill a Lubbock pathologist, is released from jail.
  • Cops: Chocolate factory worker makes bomb threat to be fired

    Cops: Chocolate factory worker makes bomb threat to be fired

    Wednesday, September 23 2015 3:05 PM EDT2015-09-23 19:05:24 GMT
    Wednesday, September 23 2015 3:05 PM EDT2015-09-23 19:05:24 GMT
    ST. ALBANS, Vt. - Police say a Vermont chocolate factory worker hated his job and wanted to get fired, so he did the first thing that came to mind: He called in a bomb threat.
    ST. ALBANS, Vt. - Police say a Vermont chocolate factory worker hated his job and wanted to get fired, so he did the first thing that came to mind: He called in a bomb threat.
  • Mystery solved regarding airport role in shuttle mission

    Mystery solved regarding airport role in shuttle mission

    Tuesday, September 22 2015 1:31 PM EDT2015-09-22 17:31:11 GMT
    Tuesday, September 22 2015 10:34 PM EDT2015-09-23 02:34:47 GMT
    Sara Freese took up her job as Amarillo aviation director 18 months ago and immediately on her arrival in the Texas Panhandle, she heard what many other residents had heard. It was that Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport served as an alternate landing site for the nation’s space shuttle missions
    Sara Freese took up her job as Amarillo aviation director 18 months ago and immediately on her arrival in the Texas Panhandle, she heard what many other residents had heard. It was that Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport served as an alternate landing site for the nation’s space shuttle missions
  • 2015 Amarillo resurfacing project scheduled to begin

    2015 Amarillo resurfacing project scheduled to begin

    Tuesday, September 22 2015 5:25 PM EDT2015-09-22 21:25:55 GMT
    Tuesday, September 22 2015 7:30 PM EDT2015-09-22 23:30:29 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - The 2015 Amarillo resurfacing project is scheduled to start on the 23rd of September.
    AMARILLO, TX - The 2015 Amarillo resurfacing project is scheduled to start on the 23rd of September.
  • UPDATE: Texas Rangers looking for homicide suspect

    UPDATE: Texas Rangers looking for homicide suspect

    Sunday, September 20 2015 6:07 PM EDT2015-09-20 22:07:42 GMT
    Tuesday, September 22 2015 7:00 PM EDT2015-09-22 23:00:45 GMT
    Lipscomb Co. - Texas Rangers are looking for Antonio Perez, 45, a suspect in a homicide that occurred Saturday.
    Lipscomb Co. - Texas Rangers are looking for Antonio Perez, 45, a suspect in a homicide that occurred Saturday.
  • Amarillo National Bank robber sentenced

    Amarillo National Bank robber sentenced

    Monday, September 21 2015 11:01 PM EDT2015-09-22 03:01:46 GMT
    Tuesday, September 22 2015 5:44 PM EDT2015-09-22 21:44:07 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - U.S. District Judge sentenced William Eugene Boyd to serve 212 months in federal prison for a March 2015 bank robbery.
    AMARILLO, TX - U.S. District Judge sentenced William Eugene Boyd to serve 212 months in federal prison for a March 2015 bank robbery.
  • DAI board member Paul Matney resigns

    DAI board member Paul Matney resigns

    Tuesday, September 22 2015 4:15 PM EDT2015-09-22 20:15:08 GMT
    Tuesday, September 22 2015 4:55 PM EDT2015-09-22 20:55:13 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - Downtown Amarillo Inc. board member Paul Matney resigned Tuesday following concerns about a conflict of interest with his involvement in the political campaign Vote for Amarillo.
    Amarillo, TX - Downtown Amarillo Inc. board member Paul Matney resigned Tuesday following concerns about a conflict of interest with his involvement in the political campaign Vote for Amarillo.
  • Recent editorials from Texas newspapers

    Recent editorials from Texas newspapers

    Tuesday, September 22 2015 4:05 PM EDT2015-09-22 20:05:20 GMT
    Tuesday, September 22 2015 4:05 PM EDT2015-09-22 20:05:19 GMT
    Editorials from across the state including the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Houston Chronicle, San Antonio Express-News and El Paso Times.
    Editorials from across the state including the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Houston Chronicle, San Antonio Express-News and El Paso Times.
  • Demerson tours San Jacinto area

    Demerson tours San Jacinto area

    Monday, September 21 2015 10:29 PM EDT2015-09-22 02:29:34 GMT
    Tuesday, September 22 2015 11:38 AM EDT2015-09-22 15:38:32 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - While the Downtown development debate heats up, one Amarillo City Council Member wants other areas in the city to receive attention. 
    Amarillo, TX - While the Downtown development debate heats up, one Amarillo City Council Member wants other areas in the city to receive attention. 
  • Wisconsin's Walker exits '16 race with harsh words for Trump

    Wisconsin's Walker exits '16 race with harsh words for Trump

    Monday, September 21 2015 6:34 PM EDT2015-09-21 22:34:41 GMT
    Monday, September 21 2015 6:34 PM EDT2015-09-21 22:34:42 GMT
    MADISON, Wis. - Warning the GOP's presidential race has become too nasty, Scott Walker suspended his 2016 campaign on Monday and called on some of his Republican rivals to do the same.
    MADISON, Wis. - Warning the GOP's presidential race has become too nasty, Scott Walker suspended his 2016 campaign on Monday and called on some of his Republican rivals to do the same.
  • Detours expected as pipeline installation from 24th to Osage continues

    Detours expected as pipeline installation from 24th to Osage continues

    Monday, September 21 2015 12:44 PM EDT2015-09-21 16:44:27 GMT
    Monday, September 21 2015 6:31 PM EDT2015-09-21 22:31:12 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - The newest installation of the 24th Avenue to Osage pipeline continues, and motorists can expect detours.
    AMARILLO, TX - The newest installation of the 24th Avenue to Osage pipeline continues, and motorists can expect detours.
  • PDC in $25,000 grant contest

    PDC in $25,000 grant contest

    Monday, September 21 2015 4:30 PM EDT2015-09-21 20:30:14 GMT
    Monday, September 21 2015 4:34 PM EDT2015-09-21 20:34:14 GMT
    AMARILLO - Palo Duro Canyon could receive a $25,000 grant with your support.
    AMARILLO - Palo Duro Canyon could receive a $25,000 grant with your support.
  • Troopers reveal $155k in traffic bust

    Troopers reveal $155k in traffic bust

    Monday, September 21 2015 11:55 AM EDT2015-09-21 15:55:22 GMT
    Monday, September 21 2015 4:32 PM EDT2015-09-21 20:32:38 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX. - Troopers with the Department of Public Safety have busted a man passing through near Vega, with 25 pounds of marijuana.
    AMARILLO, TX. - Troopers with the Department of Public Safety have busted a man passing through near Vega, with 25 pounds of marijuana.
  • Attorneys working on 2 fronts to spare death row inmate

    Attorneys working on 2 fronts to spare death row inmate

    Monday, September 21 2015 1:47 PM EDT2015-09-21 17:47:50 GMT
    Monday, September 21 2015 1:47 PM EDT2015-09-21 17:47:50 GMT
    OKLAHOMA CITY - Attorneys for an Oklahoma death row inmate who won a two-week reprieve from his scheduled execution are working on two legal fronts in an effort to save their client's life. 
    OKLAHOMA CITY - Attorneys for an Oklahoma death row inmate who won a two-week reprieve from his scheduled execution are working on two legal fronts in an effort to save their client's life. 
  • Corrosion causes almost half a million recalls for Toyota

    Corrosion causes almost half a million recalls for Toyota

    Friday, September 18 2015 10:07 AM EDT2015-09-18 14:07:52 GMT
    Friday, September 18 2015 2:32 PM EDT2015-09-18 18:32:50 GMT
     NATIONWIDE - Toyota is one of two automakers issuing recalls today, after 421,000 Rav 4's were pegged with faulty windshield wipers.
     NATIONWIDE - Toyota is one of two automakers issuing recalls today, after 421,000 Rav 4's were pegged with faulty windshield wipers.
  • DPS troopers seize methamphetamine and marijuana during traffic stop

    DPS troopers seize methamphetamine and marijuana during traffic stop

    Friday, September 18 2015 12:23 PM EDT2015-09-18 16:23:07 GMT
    Friday, September 18 2015 2:28 PM EDT2015-09-18 18:28:49 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - Texas Department of Public Safety conducted a traffic stop yielding almost one pound of methamphetamine valuing over $72,000. 
    AMARILLO, TX - Texas Department of Public Safety conducted a traffic stop yielding almost one pound of methamphetamine valuing over $72,000. 
  • TxDOT Prepares for Winter Weather

    TxDOT Prepares for Winter Weather

    Thursday, September 17 2015 8:01 PM EDT2015-09-18 00:01:56 GMT
    Thursday, September 17 2015 8:14 PM EDT2015-09-18 00:14:35 GMT
    This winter is expected to bring more snow than in years passed and TxDOT says it's ready for whatever may happen. 
    This winter is expected to bring more snow than in years passed and TxDOT says it's ready for whatever may happen. 
  • Teenage girl accused of racing, causing wreck with injuries

    Teenage girl accused of racing, causing wreck with injuries

    Wednesday, September 16 2015 4:20 PM EDT2015-09-16 20:20:22 GMT
    Three people are hospitalized and another faces felony charges after police say a street race caused a crash.
    Three people are hospitalized and another faces felony charges after police say a street race caused a crash.
  • Ports to Plains highway project is coming

    Ports to Plains highway project is coming

    Tuesday, September 15 2015 2:35 PM EDT2015-09-15 18:35:45 GMT
    Tuesday, September 15 2015 7:17 PM EDT2015-09-15 23:17:18 GMT
    It’s known as Ports-to-Plains and it will provide a modern highway network that stretches from Texas’s border with Mexico all the way into the Canadian plains.
    It’s known as Ports-to-Plains and it will provide a modern highway network that stretches from Texas’s border with Mexico all the way into the Canadian plains.
  • Young girl hit by car in Dumas

    Young girl hit by car in Dumas

    Tuesday, September 15 2015 4:59 PM EDT2015-09-15 20:59:41 GMT
    Tuesday, September 15 2015 7:06 PM EDT2015-09-15 23:06:27 GMT
    Dumas, TX - A young girl is still in the hospital after being hit by a car Monday night in Dumas ISD. 
    Dumas, TX - A young girl is still in the hospital after being hit by a car Monday night in Dumas ISD. 
  • Apodaca faces multiple charges

    Apodaca faces multiple charges

    Tuesday, September 15 2015 2:37 PM EDT2015-09-15 18:37:19 GMT
    Tuesday, September 15 2015 6:47 PM EDT2015-09-15 22:47:00 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - Following the 5 hour stand off with police in Amarillo on Monday, 25-year-old Victor Apodaca was taken to Northwest Texas Hospital for minor injuries and then booked into the Potter County jail.
    Amarillo, TX - Following the 5 hour stand off with police in Amarillo on Monday, 25-year-old Victor Apodaca was taken to Northwest Texas Hospital for minor injuries and then booked into the Potter County jail.
  • Manhunt suspect, Victor Apodaca in custody

    Manhunt suspect, Victor Apodaca in custody

    Monday, September 14 2015 5:06 PM EDT2015-09-14 21:06:55 GMT
    Tuesday, September 15 2015 5:17 PM EDT2015-09-15 21:17:09 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - 25-year-old Victor Apodaca of Clovis, accused of injuring 3 DPS Troopers in Conway, is now in custody after 5 hour stand off in Amarillo. 
    Amarillo, TX - 25-year-old Victor Apodaca of Clovis, accused of injuring 3 DPS Troopers in Conway, is now in custody after 5 hour stand off in Amarillo. 
  • One person injured in wreck with dump truck

    One person injured in wreck with dump truck

    Tuesday, September 15 2015 4:50 PM EDT2015-09-15 20:50:11 GMT
    One driver is ticketed after police say he caused a wreck that sent another driver to the hospital.
    One driver is ticketed after police say he caused a wreck that sent another driver to the hospital.
  • School bus crash kills 2 students, seriously injures 3

    School bus crash kills 2 students, seriously injures 3

    Tuesday, September 15 2015 3:17 PM EDT2015-09-15 19:17:33 GMT
    Tuesday, September 15 2015 4:15 PM EDT2015-09-15 20:15:38 GMT
    Cody Duty - Houston Chronicle via APCody Duty - Houston Chronicle via AP
    HOUSTON - A school bus plunged off a highway overpass in Houston after being hit by a car on Tuesday, killing two students and seriously injuring three other people, police and school officials said.
    HOUSTON - A school bus plunged off a highway overpass in Houston after being hit by a car on Tuesday, killing two students and seriously injuring three other people, police and school officials said.
  • New cars could help teens drive safer

    New cars could help teens drive safer

    Monday, September 14 2015 7:34 PM EDT2015-09-14 23:34:51 GMT
    Monday, September 14 2015 7:43 PM EDT2015-09-14 23:43:30 GMT
    New features in the 2016 Chevy Malibu could be forcing teens to drive safer. But that's not the only way to monitor your teens. 
    New features in the 2016 Chevy Malibu could be forcing teens to drive safer. But that's not the only way to monitor your teens. 
  • Troopers seize over 100 pounds of marijuana on US 287

    Troopers seize over 100 pounds of marijuana on US 287

    Monday, September 14 2015 7:35 PM EDT2015-09-14 23:35:44 GMT
    Monday, September 14 2015 7:39 PM EDT2015-09-14 23:39:14 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - A Houston man is behind bars after troopers report finding more than 100 pounds of illegal drugs in his car.
    AMARILLO, TX - A Houston man is behind bars after troopers report finding more than 100 pounds of illegal drugs in his car.
  • Prayer rally across Texas

    Prayer rally across Texas

    Saturday, September 12 2015 9:59 PM EDT2015-09-13 01:59:12 GMT
    Sunday, September 13 2015 9:53 AM EDT2015-09-13 13:53:20 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - The steps of the Potter County Courthouse was the scene of a prayer rally Saturday morning.
    Amarillo, TX - The steps of the Potter County Courthouse was the scene of a prayer rally Saturday morning.
  • Driver leads police on a chase

    Driver leads police on a chase

    Saturday, September 12 2015 10:36 PM EDT2015-09-13 02:36:47 GMT
    Sunday, September 13 2015 9:51 AM EDT2015-09-13 13:51:05 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - A driver leads officers on a slow speed chase on I-40 in East Amarillo.
    Amarillo, TX - A driver leads officers on a slow speed chase on I-40 in East Amarillo.
  • Remembering 9/11

    Remembering 9/11

    Friday, September 11 2015 5:19 PM EDT2015-09-11 21:19:11 GMT
    Saturday, September 12 2015 1:24 AM EDT2015-09-12 05:24:14 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - Fourteen years ago our nation faced the worst attack in it's history.
    Amarillo, TX - Fourteen years ago our nation faced the worst attack in it's history.
  • ER Now aims to minimize wait times

    ER Now aims to minimize wait times

    Saturday, September 12 2015 12:11 AM EDT2015-09-12 04:11:38 GMT
    Saturday, September 12 2015 12:25 AM EDT2015-09-12 04:25:43 GMT
    Amarillo, TX -  Waiting less than 10 minutes in the ER to see a doctor may sound too good to be true, but that is what one new, local facility is promising patients.
    Amarillo, TX -  Waiting less than 10 minutes in the ER to see a doctor may sound too good to be true, but that is what one new, local facility is promising patients.
  • Rick Perry first to exit 2016 Republican presidential race

    Rick Perry first to exit 2016 Republican presidential race

    Friday, September 11 2015 5:39 PM EDT2015-09-11 21:39:03 GMT
    Friday, September 11 2015 7:12 PM EDT2015-09-11 23:12:12 GMT
    ST. LOUIS - Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is dropping out of the race for president, ending his second bid for the Republican nomination and becoming the first major candidate of the 2016 campaign to give up on the White House.
    ST. LOUIS - Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is dropping out of the race for president, ending his second bid for the Republican nomination and becoming the first major candidate of the 2016 campaign to give up on the White House.
  • Local Groups Come Together to Prevent Teen Suicide

    Local Groups Come Together to Prevent Teen Suicide

    Thursday, September 10 2015 7:09 PM EDT2015-09-10 23:09:15 GMT
    Friday, September 11 2015 6:17 PM EDT2015-09-11 22:17:03 GMT
    Suicide is the second leading cause of death among teens and multiple groups came together today to help save lives.
    Suicide is the second leading cause of death among teens and multiple groups came together today to help save lives.
  • Dad, teenage daughter face bank robbery charge in Texas

    Dad, teenage daughter face bank robbery charge in Texas

    Friday, September 11 2015 4:59 PM EDT2015-09-11 20:59:55 GMT
    Friday, September 11 2015 5:20 PM EDT2015-09-11 21:20:21 GMT
    GRANDVIEW, Texas - A North Texas father and daughter have been accused of bank robbery and leading police on a chase with speeds reaching 150 mph.
    GRANDVIEW, Texas - A North Texas father and daughter have been accused of bank robbery and leading police on a chase with speeds reaching 150 mph.
  • Recalls this week: Toy fishing games, crib mattresses

    Recalls this week: Toy fishing games, crib mattresses

    Friday, September 11 2015 3:01 PM EDT2015-09-11 19:01:24 GMT
    Friday, September 11 2015 3:01 PM EDT2015-09-11 19:01:24 GMT
    More than 14,000 toy fishing games that pose a choking hazard to children are among this week's recalled consumer products. 
    More than 14,000 toy fishing games that pose a choking hazard to children are among this week's recalled consumer products. 
  • Police: Man stabs woman, is shot by guard at DC station

    Police: Man stabs woman, is shot by guard at DC station

    Friday, September 11 2015 2:52 PM EDT2015-09-11 18:52:05 GMT
    Friday, September 11 2015 2:52 PM EDT2015-09-11 18:52:04 GMT
    WASHINGTON - A man stabbed a woman and then was shot by a security guard at Washington's massive Union Station on the 14th anniversary of 9/11, officials said, but they suspect no connection to the terrorist attacks.
    WASHINGTON - A man stabbed a woman and then was shot by a security guard at Washington's massive Union Station on the 14th anniversary of 9/11, officials said, but they suspect no connection to the terrorist attacks.
  • House fire at North Apache

    House fire at North Apache

    Thursday, September 10 2015 2:52 PM EDT2015-09-10 18:52:57 GMT
    Thursday, September 10 2015 3:39 PM EDT2015-09-10 19:39:31 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - Amarillo fire crews responded to a fire at 827 North Apache.
    AMARILLO, TX - Amarillo fire crews responded to a fire at 827 North Apache.
  • Nearly 500 pounds of marijuana seized at Amarillo motel

    Nearly 500 pounds of marijuana seized at Amarillo motel

    Thursday, September 10 2015 2:46 PM EDT2015-09-10 18:46:25 GMT
    Thursday, September 10 2015 3:37 PM EDT2015-09-10 19:37:02 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - Amarillo police say a drug sniffing dog found nearly 500 pounds of marijuana hidden in a vehicle Wednesday morning. 
    AMARILLO, TX - Amarillo police say a drug sniffing dog found nearly 500 pounds of marijuana hidden in a vehicle Wednesday morning. 
  • Xcel Energy customer refunds

    Xcel Energy customer refunds

    Thursday, September 10 2015 2:30 PM EDT2015-09-10 18:30:04 GMT
    Thursday, September 10 2015 3:14 PM EDT2015-09-10 19:14:02 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX - Xcel Energy says lower fuel costs is saving the company money and will impact Texas Customers.
    AMARILLO, TX - Xcel Energy says lower fuel costs is saving the company money and will impact Texas Customers.
  • Clovis residents fed up with Curry County Commissioners

    Wednesday, September 9 2015 5:34 PM EDT2015-09-09 21:34:25 GMT
    Wednesday, September 9 2015 8:29 PM EDT2015-09-10 00:29:49 GMT
    Amarillo, TX - Some Curry County Commissioners are under fire as residents accuse them of handling business behind closed doors without the public's best interest.
    Amarillo, TX - Some Curry County Commissioners are under fire as residents accuse them of handling business behind closed doors without the public's best interest.
  • Three truck drivers are dead after major collision

    Three truck drivers are dead after major collision

    Wednesday, September 9 2015 7:15 AM EDT2015-09-09 11:15:24 GMT
    Wednesday, September 9 2015 8:24 PM EDT2015-09-10 00:24:02 GMT
    Channing, TX -  Three truck drivers are dead and the investigation continues into a major collision.
    Channing, TX -  Three truck drivers are dead and the investigation continues into a major collision.
  • Potter County Grand Jury indicts murder suspect

    Potter County Grand Jury indicts murder suspect

    Wednesday, September 9 2015 12:06 PM EDT2015-09-09 16:06:04 GMT
    A Potter County Grand Jury has chosen to indict Tyrone Black on a first-degree murder charge.
    A Potter County Grand Jury has chosen to indict Tyrone Black on a first-degree murder charge.
  • Rollover causes intersection of Loop 335 to close for more than an hour

    Rollover causes intersection of Loop 335 to close for more than an hour

    Wednesday, September 9 2015 8:24 AM EDT2015-09-09 12:24:14 GMT
    Wednesday, September 9 2015 10:24 AM EDT2015-09-09 14:24:14 GMT
    AMARILLO, TX. - A rollover accident at Loop 335 and Glenn Road shut down traffic for more than an hour Wednesday morning.
    AMARILLO, TX. - A rollover accident at Loop 335 and Glenn Road shut down traffic for more than an hour Wednesday morning.
  • Prostate Cancer Screening Could Save Your Life

    Prostate Cancer Screening Could Save Your Life

    Tuesday, September 8 2015 8:04 PM EDT2015-09-09 00:04:50 GMT
    Tuesday, September 8 2015 10:49 PM EDT2015-09-09 02:49:58 GMT
    Prostate Cancer is the second largest cancer related death in the United Stated behind lung cancer. Prostate Cancer is a silent killer among middle aged men and a simple blood test could help save your life. 
    Prostate Cancer is the second largest cancer related death in the United Stated behind lung cancer. Prostate Cancer is a silent killer among middle aged men and a simple blood test could help save your life. 
  • Keep Amarillo Beautiful? It's done

    Keep Amarillo Beautiful? It's done

    Tuesday, September 8 2015 4:35 PM EDT2015-09-08 20:35:31 GMT
    Tuesday, September 8 2015 6:23 PM EDT2015-09-08 22:23:50 GMT
    Dusty McGuire founded an organization, Keep Amarillo Beautiful, after seeing how other cities through Texas had sought to improve their physical appearance. Now, though, she laments what she believes is the city’s lack of commitment to what she and other concerned residents created more than a quarter-century ago.
    Dusty McGuire founded an organization, Keep Amarillo Beautiful, after seeing how other cities through Texas had sought to improve their physical appearance. Now, though, she laments what she believes is the city’s lack of commitment to what she and other concerned residents created more than a quarter-century ago.
  • Crime Stoppers: Reward offered for stolen trophies

    Crime Stoppers: Reward offered for stolen trophies

    Tuesday, September 8 2015 5:56 PM EDT2015-09-08 21:56:25 GMT
    Amarillo Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of suspects who they say stole dozens of valuable trophies.
    Amarillo Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of suspects who they say stole dozens of valuable trophies.
  • Kentucky Clerk released from jail

    Kentucky Clerk released from jail

    Tuesday, September 8 2015 1:34 PM EDT2015-09-08 17:34:28 GMT
    Tuesday, September 8 2015 4:28 PM EDT2015-09-08 20:28:40 GMT
    GRAYSON, Ky. - The Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses because of her religious beliefs has been released from jail, where she's was held since Thursday on a contempt of court charge.
    GRAYSON, Ky. - The Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses because of her religious beliefs has been released from jail, where she's was held since Thursday on a contempt of court charge.
  • Crash kills four people onboard plane possibly bound for Amarillo

    Crash kills four people onboard plane possibly bound for Amarillo

    Monday, September 7 2015 3:47 PM EDT2015-09-07 19:47:31 GMT
    Monday, September 7 2015 8:59 PM EDT2015-09-08 00:59:15 GMT
    Telluride, CO - A small plane possibly bound for Amarillo crashed in the San Juan Mountains near Telluride, killing four people on board.
    Telluride, CO - A small plane possibly bound for Amarillo crashed in the San Juan Mountains near Telluride, killing four people on board.
  • Border apprehensions increase in NM, portions of West Texas

    Border apprehensions increase in NM, portions of West Texas

    Monday, September 7 2015 4:19 PM EDT2015-09-07 20:19:01 GMT
    Monday, September 7 2015 4:19 PM EDT2015-09-07 20:19:01 GMT
    EL PASO, Texas - The U.S. Border Patrol says the apprehension of immigrants crossing into the U.S. illegally along New Mexico and portions of West Texas has increased by more than 8 percent over the last fiscal year.
    EL PASO, Texas - The U.S. Border Patrol says the apprehension of immigrants crossing into the U.S. illegally along New Mexico and portions of West Texas has increased by more than 8 percent over the last fiscal year.
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