Magnitude 4.0 earthquake north of Amarillo shakes the Panhandle

Early morning tremors spread throughout the Texas Panhandle as a 4.0 magnitude earthquake struck just north of Amarillo, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

  Canadian Fall Foliage Festival attracts hundreds to see vibrant trees, enjoy fall activities

The first day of the festival welcomed hundreds to the town to ring in the new season with fall-themed activities and events.

USGS confirms 4.0 magnitude earthquake northeast of Amarillo

The sunrise wasn't all that greeted Amarillo residents on Saturday morning.

Mega Millions jackpot grows to $1.6 billion after nobody won Friday’s drawing

The Mega Millions jackpot has now swelled to $1.6 billion after nobody bought a winning ticket for the Friday night drawing.

New tech at animal shelter hopes to foster more forever homes

Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare will be the first shelter in the nation to beta test technology that hopes to increase adoptions.

The Wrap Up: Week 8 Scores

If you’re looking for the scores for this week’s games, we’ve got you covered.

Amarillo therapy dogs helping those working Hurricane Michael relief efforts

The American Medical Response Therapy Dog team here in Amarillo returned to Las Vegas this month.

Class 1 Dental gives gift to those affected by breast cancer

Class 1 Dental gives gift to those affected by breast cancer

Voters in Canadian to decide on $15 million bond for Canadian ISD

This election season, voters in Canadian will vote either for or against Proposition A which would issue a $15 million bond to the Canadian Independent School District.

I-40 bridge demolition at Ross Street, Arthur Street delayed

The bridge demolition at I-40 and Ross Street has been pushed back to Monday, Oct. 22.

Violent Dallas-area pimp sentenced to life in prison

A Dallas-area pimp who preyed on teenage girls was sentenced to life in prison today, according to the United States Department of Justice.

This Weekend in the Panhandle

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

TxDOT working accident on northbound Loop 335 at 24th

A two-semi wreck has caused portions of Loop 335 to be closed in Amarillo.

Amarillo fire crews battle early morning fire

A home in south Amarillo sustained heavy damage after an early morning garage fire on Friday.

St. Luke’s holding seminar on prominent women in the Bible

A church in Amarillo is shedding light on the role of women in the development of the Abrahamic faiths.

Keith Urban visits hospitalized fan after Mercy nurses start social media campaign

Marissa English is a huge fan of country star Keith Urban. Her nurses at Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center launched a social media campaign in hopes of the singer meeting with her before his appearance in Toledo on Thursday.

Good News with Dave: Rain is good for everybody

After going so many months straight without rainfall, lately we are hardly going a day without rainfall and this thirsty country is benefiting greatly.

Girl power: Young girls and moms team up, learning powerful lessons valuable for all ages

The Laura Bush Institute "Girl Power" event brings together pre-teen girls and their moms or other female role modesl together to open communication and learn about internet safety, bullying and more.

Woman heartbroken after Amarillo shelter accidentally euthanizes dog

One woman is heartbroken after she says Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare accidentally euthanized her dog.

Portales to host 45th Peanut Festival

The 45th annual Peanut Valley Craft & Music Festival will begin October 20 to the 21 at the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds in Portales.

Teen accused of Clovis library shooting pleads guilty, filing for case to be moved to juvenile court

Nathaniel Jouett, 17, accused of opening gunfire at the Clovis-Carver Public Library, killing two and wounding four others, has pleaded guilty to all 30 charges as an adult, including two first-degree murder charges.

FBI arrests Amarillo man for NM bank robbery

The FBI in Amarillo has arrested a man wanted for a bank robbery in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Amarillo police searching for suspect in Toot ‘N Totum armed robbery

Amarillo police are searching for a suspect in the armed robbery of a Toot 'N Totum on North Grand Street.

1 suspect arrested after leading police on chase from Moore County through Potter County

One person has been arrested after leading police on a chase from Moore County through Potter County.

Police: Missing NM teen has been found and is safe

The New Mexico missing teen who officials believed was heading to Oklahoma has been found.

Texas A&M AgriLife helping local and area businesses build a healthy workplace

Making lasting changes to behaviors can be challenging, but research shows workplace wellness programs can provide a much needed assist.

UNITED WAY WEDNESDAY: Shopping with dignity at the Hunger Project Grocery Store

UNITED WAY WEDNESDAY: Shopping with dignity at the Hunger Project Grocery Store

Turning a page for a good cause: Hutchinson Co. Library kicks off book sale to fund children’s reading programs

In two rooms of the Hutchinson County Library, the books lining the tables and shelves are all donated, either by the library’s three branches or community members, all with a purpose of selling the books and using the proceeds to fund reading programs for local children.

Family discovers ‘sinkhole’ in Bushland backyard

When a couple who lives in Bushland went outside after their backyard flooded, they were quite surprised when they saw what looks like a sinkhole, right next to their gate.

BSA Harrington Cancer Center participates in clinical trial focusing on breast cancer

BSA Harrington Cancer Center participates in clinical trial focusing on breast cancer

Heal the City founder Dr. Alan Keister receives highest community service award

Heal the City founder Dr. Alan Keister receives highest award

Shamrock boil water notice lifted

The boil water notice for Shamrock has been lifted.

Officials: ‘No threats found’ at Pampa Walmart

Officials in Pampa have cleared the local Walmart of any threats after evacuating the building.

Amarillo community continues fight against childhood obesity

With help from the community, local health care professionals are working to educate and inform families the dangers obesity can present.

Mexico Beach residents return home again _ some to no home

Residents of hurricane-ravaged Mexico Beach are returning home for the first time since Michael, but some are finding no home to return to

Five years later: Amarillo’s 2018 Community Health Assessment

Residents in both Potter and Randall counties could know more about their health after a recent assessment by the City of Amarillo.

Hartley VFD acquires new truck thanks to grant and community donations

In addition to a $200,000 grant from the Texas A&M Forest Service, local businesses and members of the community came together to raise more than $80,000 for the new truck.

Officials warn of water concerns for those using private well near Cannon Air Force Base

Easter New Mexico News reported that New Mexico’s Environment Department is recommending those who use a private well within a few miles southeast of Cannon Air Force Base to use bottled water until further notice.

Several Amarillo businesses are trying to meet the high demand for seasonal workers

Several Amarillo businesses are trying to meet the high demand for seasonal workers.

WATCH LIVE: Texas Senate candidates Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke debate

The second debate between the two candidates for U.S. Senator in Texas is this evening.

Clovis officer placed on administrative leave after officer-involved shooting

Clovis officer placed on administrative leave after suspect killed