New policy threatens job of Walmart greeter with cerebral palsy; parents and community fight to save it

Sunray turning over a new leaf with new city leaders

Police investigating crash involving motorcycle

R. Kelly surrenders to police after being indicted on sex crime charges

Video: Alleged drunken driver speeds down sidewalk, narrowly misses man and knocks down light pole

Trump sets up abortion obstacles, barring clinic referrals

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Trump picks ambassador to Canada for UN post

Code Blue Warming Station activated for Friday

Trump vows veto as Democrats try to block emergency order

Congressman Mac Thornberry discusses issues that could impact our area

2 dogs looking for new home after animal cruelty incident

Pampa business takes a loss after grass fire

Author connects with students at Lamar Elementary

Author Nancy Churnin shared her book ‘The William Hoy Story’ with students at Lamar Elementary on Friday, having a significant impact on students in Lamar’s Deaf Education program.

Brother of victim arrested for Howardwick double homicide

The brother of the man who was killed in a double homicide in Howardwick this week has been arrested in connection to the crime.

  Area game wardens to increase patrol for Sand Drags event

Amarillo area Game Wardens are planning on increasing patrol for the annual Sand Drags event happening this weekend on the Canadian River.

95-year-old WWII tank ace takes nostalgic ride through Boston

A World War II veteran took a ride through the streets of Boston in the kind of Sherman tank he used in Europe during the war.

  Texas couple calls for unity, prayer after they say Virgin Mary appeared on house wall

1 arrested after drug bust in Carson County

Friends hosting benefit for children of Howardwick couple killed in double homicide

Armstrong County Sheriff’s Office terminates 1 employee, disciplines other employee for enabling inmate escape

Police: Patriots owner Robert Kraft facing charges of soliciting prostitution in Florida

Mueller report looming, new attorney general in hot seat

  Vandals damage statue of Gen. Lee, except this one fought in WWII

Gen. William C. Lee was the commanding officer of the 101st Airborne Division during World War II, and his statue stands in front of his namesake museum, the William C. Lee Airborne Museum.

1 man arrested for animal cruelty after deputies find 2 abandoned dogs, 1 dead dog

One man has been arrested for animal cruelty charges after deputies found two abandoned dogs and a dead dog in Randall County.

Man convicted of bringing firearms onto St. Mary’s campus sentenced to prison, probation

Kevin Thomas Winkle was convicted of possession of a firearm in a school zone after the incident last year led to his arrest by federal authorities.

Jussie Smollett to be removed from ‘Empire’ season’s final episodes

Smollett reported being beaten up by two men who shouted racist and anti-gay slurs and threw bleach on him. But his story fell apart when actors Smollett knew from the "Empire" set and the gym told police that Smollett paid them $3,500 to stage the attack.

Woman claims Tinder banned her over hunting photos

One Tinder user suddenly found she couldn’t swipe any direction while on vacation in San Francisco.

WalletHub ranks Texas 4th ‘Most Sinful State in the U.S.’

The survey ranked all 50 states according to popular interpretations of the seven deadly sins - wrath, envy, gluttony, greed, lust, pride and sloth.

This Weekend in the Panhandle

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, we’ve got you covered.

Computer issues temporarily ground Southwest Airlines flights Friday

Southwest Airlines responded to reports of a computer outage Friday.

Lubbock woman fighting to recover after losing hands, legs to pneumonia

In the medical world, every disease has its worst case scenario. The worst happened to Lacrisha McCutcheon when she was hospitalized in Lubbock with pneumonia.

Shares in Kraft Heinz to plunge on news of US probe

The food company said it received a subpoena in October from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. They are cooperating with authorities.

Teen says school banned her ‘MAGA’ hat; dress code actually restricts all hats

The district’s dress code is available online. It states that no hats or caps may be worn inside classrooms and offices.

‘Thundersnow,’ floods and mudslides: Rare storms paralyze communities across US

For the first time in more than a decade, measurable snow fell in Las Vegas. Torrential rains, up to 6 inches in some places, triggered floods and mudslides in the South.

From homeless to a home: Vietnam veteran finds freedom

A Vietnam veteran who spent two decades living on the street has now found a place to call home in Amarillo.

Judge: US violated victims’ rights in Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse case

Federal prosecutors in Florida violated the rights of victims by secretly reaching a non-prosecution agreement with a wealthy financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

Man pleads guilty to beating woman to death with golf club, frying pan

The family agreed to a plea deal where the death penalty was taken off the table.

Good news with Doppler Dave: When blessings come to those who struggle

It can be disheartening to be aware of someone battling a serious obstacle in life, but it can be very uplifting when blessings come to those struggling--especially to humble individuals who would never ask for special treatment as we see in this week’s Good News With Doppler Dave.

Manafort faces March sentencing in Virginia tax, fraud case

A judge has set a March 8 sentencing date for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on his Virginia conviction for hiding millions of dollars from the IRS that he earned advising Ukrainian politicians.

Amarillo man to receive new kidney from surprise donor

The surprise of a lifetime for Amarillo native Jimmy Hoffman is coming in the form of a kidney from a donor who also happens to be an old friend.

2 women accuse R. Kelly of sexual misconduct in 1990s

Their accusations come six weeks after a Lifetime documentary series, "Surviving R. Kelly," took another look at old sexual misconduct allegations against the R&B star.

New documentary preserves history of racial discrimination in Amarillo

Black community leaders in Amarillo are telling stories of their experiences with racial discrimination in a new documentary called “Living History”.

Friends remember deceased Howardwick couple

Those who knew Candice Garrett and James Fierro remember them as good people who were Mixed Martial Arts fans and loved their six children more than anything.

El Chapo’s sons indicted on drug conspiracy charges, feds say

Two sons of notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman have been indicted on drug conspiracy charges, the Justice Department said Thursday.

FIRST ALERT: The next 36 hours will bring wind, thunderstorms and even snow chances

Moisture chances are returning to the forecast area, bringing a First Alert status to the Texas Panhandle.

Syracuse hoops coach Boeheim strikes, kills pedestrian on highway

"I am heartbroken that a member of our community died as the result of last night's accident," Boeheim said in a prepared statement.

Dermatologists raise concerns over movement to ban sunscreen for environmental reasons

Protecting the ocean and protecting our skin are two sides of a growing debate over sunscreen bans.

Man mows down family of 8 when dad asks him not to smoke near kids, police say

Police say the man ran over a family of eight after the father asked him not to smoke near his kids.

World Health Organization: Vaccine hesitancy is a top 10 global threat

WHO says the disease rose by 30 percent globally between 2016 and 2017.

WWII Vet asks for 100 birthday cards for 100th birthday

The Wichita Falls veteran wants just one thing for his 100th birthday. Well... 100 things to be exact.

Area fire departments to install free smoke alarms

Area fire departments have partnered with the American Red Cross to install smoke alarms into households for free.

TX Panhandle colleges and hospitals plan to combat shortage of rural nurses

Colleges and hospitals across the Texas Panhandle are starting a program to increase the quality and quantity of nursing in rural areas.

Grass fire near Pampa contained

The grass fire burning near Pampa on Thursday afternoon has been contained, according to the City of Pampa.

Tulia police officer arrested for Lubbock stalking charge

A Tulia police officer is behind bars for a Lubbock stalking charge.

Crime stoppers searching for suspect wanted for assaulting a public servant

Moore County Crime Stoppers are asking for the public’s help finding a suspect wanted for assaulting a public servant.

Jussie Smollett gave detailed instructions for fake attack, prosecutor says

“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett gave detailed instructions to two brothers who helped him stage a racist, anti-gay attack on himself, a prosecutor said Thursday.

Cannon airmen to participate in 800-mile march in memory of fallen airmen

A group of special tactics airmen from Cannon Air Force Base will be joining others in an 800-mile march in memory of fallen airmen.

Coast Guard officer accused of terrorist plot against Democrats , CNN reporters

Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson, who worked at Coast Guard headquarters in Washington on a program to acquire advanced new cutters for the agency, faced a federal court hearing Thursday on gun and drug charges. But in court papers, prosecutors outlined far more serious allegations.

Mushrooms may have killed woman who ate at restaurant in Spain

María Jesús Fernández Calvo, 46, died the day after she ate a rice and morchella fungi dish at RiFF in Valencia, Spain, according to the Telegraph and El Pais.

Shocked by your 2019 tax return? Here’s why refunds are lower this year

Experts share why refunds are nearly 9 percent lower and what you should do now to get a bigger payout next year.

Iceberg twice as large as NYC to break off of Antarctica

Even though the crack has been there for about 35 years, it recently started growing in size northward at a rate of about two and a half miles per year.

APD: ‘Fugitive of the Week’ skipped bail on two injury to elderly or disabled charges

According to Amarillo Crime Stoppers, Swoy Lain skipped bail after being arrested on two charges of injury to an elderly or disabled person.

‘Extinct’ Galapagos tortoise re-emerges after 113 years

The Fernandina giant tortoise was last seen alive in 1906, and experts thought it was extinct.

Ingredients on moon could be used to make water, NASA says

The NASA simulation is part of ongoing efforts to send humans to the moon to establish a permanent home there

Doggonit Bam Bam: Dog gets head stuck in spare tire

No one knows how Bam Bam got trapped in the wheel.

College student allegedly created app to sell drugs

It all came crashing down after a sting operation ended with the student’s arrest Friday.

WA hospital mistakenly posted nearly 1 million patients’ personal info online

Officials said their data breach was first discovered when a patient Googled their name.

Park ranger furloughed during shutdown wins lottery

The NJ resident won a whopping $29.5 million jackpot.

Overnight fire burns house south of Amarillo

No information has been released on damage to the home or any injuries in the blaze.

Advocates say US still separates migrant families needlessly

The Texas Civil Rights Project released a report Thursday that counts 272 separations at a single Texas courthouse since June, when President Donald Trump issued an executive order ending widespread separations amid public outrage.

Democrats prepare resolution against Trump’s declaration

Democrats and some Republicans say there is no emergency at the border. They say Trump is improperly declaring one to work around Congress' rejection of the higher funds for the wall.

Family video shows 12-year-old girl in final moments before fatal 2018 home explosion

The girl's family wants a Dallas-based natural gas company to improve safety after it was confirmed that a cracked gas pipe behind their home caused the deadly explosion.

School bus driver crashed into tree while under influence of drugs, NJ police say

First responders found the bus driver unconscious at the crash site and used Narcan to revive her.

East Texas couple loses baby in tragic wreck on the way to give birth

A young East Texas couple was seriously injured and lost their baby, who died after a tragic car wreck on the way to the hospital.

‘It was just beautiful’: Divers encounter great white shark off Florida coast

A group of divers recorded their encounter with a great white shark off the coast of Jupiter, Florida.

Kids donate their dollars to non-profit coffee shop that was burglarized

Burglars made off with $1,400 intended to be donated to the less fortunate from The Tova Coffeehouse last Sunday night.

Suspected gun store burglar rams accomplice with truck during break-in

A surveillance video from last Wednesday morning shows the truck coming into the store, and then hitting one of the accomplices.

Authorities announce officer case review, FBI civil rights investigation in fatal Houston raid

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said at a news conference that he welcomed the FBI investigation "in the spirit of transparency."

FBI impersonators caught on camera invading FL home

The homeowners weren’t around, but a contractor and a housekeeper were. Thinking the impostors were actually police, they opened the door.

House Democrats’ measure blocking Trump emergency declaration coming Friday

House Democrats will file a resolution Friday aimed at blocking the national emergency declaration that President Donald Trump has issued to help finance his wall along the Southwest border.