New Mexico man holds a child, three adults hostage in stand off

  Officials: Voting system secure despite viruses infecting Potter County computers

Teen girl dies, 2 people injured in Sunday wreck in Amarillo

  Amarillo police: Missing 12-year-old found safe

WTAMU student wins Texas Broadcast Education Foundation scholarship

AMBER Alert issued for 6-year-old New Mexico boy

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  Trump, business organization sue Democratic House chairman to block subpoena of financial records

Kohl’s starts ‘Military Monday’ discount

  Amarillo area lane closures

  One vehicle accident sends woman to hospital with life threatening injuries, driver under arrest

  Parts of Gidding Street to close for construction work in Clovis

Water boil notice lifted for Canadian

  Weather Outlook: Thunderstorms return Monday, some strong to severe

Monday is looking much cooler with highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

Easter weekend events happening around the Panhandle

If you’re working on planning your family’s Easter weekend, we have a round up of Easter events happening around the Panhandle.

  Northern Kentucky BBQ business getting heat for ‘LGBTQ’ shirts

The owner says he has already sold out all of his shirts and has a back order for more.

  APD recruiting women for employment

The Amarillo Police Department is inviting women who interested in a career in law enforcement to come to an upcoming recruiting event designed just for them.

Armstrong County escaped inmate found, taken into custody

  City of Amarillo seeking property and business owners for Mural Grant Program

SNAP recipients could order groceries online from Walmart, Amazon

  Panhandle PBS to screen urban violence documentary, discussion to follow

  Texas Education Agency adds new cursive writing standards for the 2019 to 2020 school year

  SC 5th grader died of natural causes, no criminal charges to be filed, investigators say

United Family to celebrate Earth Day with free reusable bags

The United Family will celebrate Earth Day by offering free reusable bags for all online grocery orders scheduled for delivery or pickup on Monday, April 22.

This Weekend in the Panhandle

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

  1 dead, 1 injured after pickup truck hit cow in road near Claude

One person has died and another person was injured in a crash near Claude on Thursday, April 18.

Biden expected to launch presidential campaign next week

The announcement is expected as early as Wednesday and would cap months of deliberation over his political future.

UNC’s Hatchell resigns after findings from program review

Sylvia Hatchell coached the Tar Heels for more than 30 years. The school won a national championship in 1994 under her tenure. Hatchell is the ACC’s all-time winningest coach.

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Boys Ranch 2nd grader recognized for his passion of art and weather

Career choices for many adults can often be traced back to strong interests that person may have had at an early age. With that in mind, we should expect to welcome an upcoming talented artist as we see in this week’s edition of “Good News With Doppler Dave".

  Amarillo family preparing for ‘legendary’ welcome home

The first baby born at BSA Hospital in 2019, has spent over 100 days at the hospital and is almost ready to go home.

  AMBUCS helping to bring all accessible playground to Canyon

Conner Park in Canyon is getting an all-inclusive playground that will be dedicated to create mobility and independence for people with disabilities.

  WTAMU instructor teaches personal finance to Canyon High School students

Students at Canyon High School completed a personal finance course taught by West Texas A&M Accounting Instructor Lisa Lightfoot, through the Junior Achievement Program.

  New radar speed signs up on Highway 287 in Claude

The City of Claude put up two new radar speed signs on the east and west sides of Highway 287 going through Claude this week.

  Rescue dog becomes rescuer for cancer survivors

A new therapy dog at the 24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center is helping those going through treatment.

  EXCLUSIVE: Watch NewsChannel 10′s full interview with Greta Van Susteren on Mueller report

We talked with Greta Van Susteren today while Congress and the public waited for the Justice Department to release the Mueller investigation report.

  1 dead after Wednesday afternoon crash near Vega

One person has died after a two-vehicle crash near Vega on Wednesday, April 17.

Although the Mueller report is out, ‘it isn’t over’ Van Susteren says

Gray Television's Greta Van Susteren says that Congress could call for their own investigations, but hopes that it's not for political gain.

  Local Amarillo education program places in finals during national competition

No Limits, No Excuses, a local Amarillo education program, was a finalist in a national Education Innovation Prize competition in San Francisco.

  Registration open to become addiction recovery family support coach

Registration is open to those interested in becoming a coach to provide support services to families that have been affected by addiction.

  Two months after the funeral, family still waiting for mother to be buried

Dorthy Johnson couldn't be interred on the day of her funeral because of bad weather.

  Trump tried to choke Russia probe, oust Mueller, report says; president claims it shows no collusion or obstruction

Those efforts "were mostly unsuccessful, but that is largely because the persons who surrounded the President declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests," Mueller wrote.

  Amarillo police investigating morning convenience store robbery near 34th and Western

The suspect in the robberies of a convenience store near 34th and Western is now in custody.

Carl’s Jr. testing CBD burger in Colorado - at one store, for one day

The 'Rocky Mountain High: Cheeseburger Delight' will only be sold in Denver on April 20.

  Amarillo police searching for man wanted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle

The Amarillo Police Department is searching for a man who is wanted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

  Amarillo community helping keep businesses local

Locally owned businesses in Amarillo are expanding with the help of the community keeping it local.

  Happy State Bank turning Civic Center Inn into parking lot

As downtown continues to grow, Happy State Bank is expanding its footprint.

  Holocaust survivor shares his message with the Panhandle community

At 89 years old, Holocaust survivor Irving Roth travels across the United States to share his experiences to spread his message.

  WWII veteran celebrates 93rd birthday after getting more than 130,000 cards

A World War II veteran from Marlow has around 130,000 birthday cards to help him celebrate his birthday.

  Pampa Regional Medical Center now serving adolescent therapy patients

The Behavioral Health Clinic at Pampa Regional Medical Center will now have services for teenagers from age 13 to 17 who suffer from various mental health issues.

  Deadline approaching to volunteer for City of Amarillo advisory boards

The application deadline is approaching for those looking to volunteer for the City of Amarillo advisory boards.

Flights canceled in East Texas, Dallas ahead of severe weather

The possibility for severe weather throughout North Texas has is cancellations at Dallas airports.

  7 Dumas students place in nationwide welding competition

Seven students from Dumas High School placed in the top 20 of a nationwide welding competition this weekend.

  Texas House passes Representative Four Price’s mental health bills

The Texas House of Representatives passed Representative Four Price’s mental health bill on Tuesday and is now headed to the Senate for further consideration.

  Drivers can expect new traffic pattern on I-27 near Hollywood Road

Drivers who take I-27 near Hollywood Road can expect a new traffic pattern.

  Channing Volunteer Fire Department hosting community appreciation hamburger meal

Volunteer firefighters in Channing are fundraising for the department.

APD commends bravery of citizens who detained auto burglary suspect

The Amarillo Police Department is commending the bravery of some citizens who detained a man who attempted to burglarize their neighbor’s car early this morning.

Fake-smiling at work makes you drink more at home, study reveals

Is the sauce becoming your boss? This study may tell you why.

  Dumas Chief of Police retires, new chief sworn in

The Dumas Police Department celebrated the retirement of the Chief of Police Jim Nelson and welcomed their new chief, Captain Marvin Trejo.

  Amarillo exploring options for Martin Road Lake

Amarillo's City Council awarded almost half a million dollars in funding to an engineering company to develop a design for the Martin Road Lake project.

  United Way of Amarillo and Canyon announces 2018-19 funding allocations

On Tuesday, over 30 local non-profits found out how much funding its programs will receive from United Way of Amarillo and Canyon.

  Amarillo community offers support through prayer after Notre Dame Cathedral fire

While some are sending their thoughts and prayers, others are reminiscing on memories at the Notre Dame Cathedral and all its history, reaffirming the fact that the loss is one for the entire world.

Police release identity of 2 women found in notorious Texas ‘killing fields’

Police have finally been able to identify two unknown women whose remains were found years ago in the Calder Road area of League City, off of I-45 in Galveston County.

  4 face charges in connection to Portales homicide case

Four people face charges in connection to a homicide in Portales on April 7.

Bart Reagor, wife deny $2.4 million breach of contract complaint

Bart and Annette Reagor are demanding a trial by jury on all matters that may be tried. They’re also asking the judge to dismiss Universal’s complaint. Bart and Annette are also asking for the recovery of their costs and attorneys’ fees and for “further relief to which they may be justly entitled.”

  P.E.T.S. of Amarillo: Non-profit wellness clinic opens this summer

P.E.T.S. of Amarillo will soon provide low cost treatments for pet owners who can't afford them elsewhere.

  24 Hours in the Canyon welcomes therapy dog for cancer survivors

The 24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center in Amarillo announced the addition of a new therapy dog to help local cancer survivors.

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition to host meeting on foster system

The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition will be hosting a meeting tomorrow to expand on the foster system.

  Bell V-280 Valor new camera technology tested successfully

A new 360-degree camera system was tested successfully during its first flight on the Bell V-280 Valor, a military aircraft built in Amarillo.

  Dead skunk found in Gray County tests positive for rabies

A dead skunk that was found in Gray County just south of Pampa has tested positive for rabies.

  Sunray woman pleads guilty to charges in Sodus double homicide

Jury selection for Dean’s trial is scheduled for May 15, and Childers is set to be sentenced in June.

Xcel Energy paying $50 for old refrigerators, freezers

Xcel Energy will pay customers $50 for old refrigerators and freezers as part of a recycling program that encourages users to switch to newer, energy-saving units.

Mondelēz Global LLC announces limited voluntary recall on Chewy Chips Ahoy

Consumers who have these products should not eat them.

  Oklahoma couple visiting Paris saw the Notre Dame fire in person

Medicinebird's were less than half a mile away from the cathedral fire, after visiting it just a few days ago.

  Storms leave deaths, damage and injuries in their wake

Storms that hit Ohio on Sunday and moved into New Jersey overnight into Monday brought heavy rains, lightning, strong winds and, in Ohio, at least one tornado.

Catholic worship center invites Amarillo community to pray for Paris

A local Catholic worship center is inviting the community to pray for Paris with them in the wake of the Notre Dame Cathedral fire.

  Via Airlines temporarily suspending flights to and from Amarillo

Via Airlines is temporarily suspending operations at Rick Husband until May 23.

  Amarillo College hosts 200 Palo Duro High School students for a health and science showcase

Over 200 Palo Duro High School students attended the Health Science Showcase at Amarillo College where students explored the different career options in the health and science field.

  Registration open for Workforce Solutions Job Fair

The Workforce Solutions Job Fair is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30, and the deadline to register to have a booth at the job fair is coming up.

  Holocaust survivor to speak at WTAMU about Auschwitz experience

Irving Roth, a Holocaust survivor, will speak at West Texas A&M University on Wednesday, April 17 about his experience at Auschwitz.

  Man wanted in connection to Portales homicide arrested after high speed chase in Clovis

A man who is wanted in connection to a homicide in Portales has been arrested after leading police on a high speed chase in Clovis.

Amarillo man serving in U.S. Navy receives Warrior of the Week award

Brendan Merritt, an Amarillo man serving in the United States Navy, has received an award for outstanding performance.