Event to honor last Texas survivor of USS Indianapolis sinking

A man who survived one of the most influential moments in American history is being honored by an Amarillo organization.

Amarillo family shares daughter’s journey with ADD

John and Sharon Pace of Amarillo said they are like most parents who want the best for their daughter, Jasmine.

‘Sordid & Sacred’ etchings by Rembrandt displayed at Canadian art museum

A collection of etchings by the artist Rembrandt are now on display at the Citadelle Art Museum in Canadian.

Amarillo area lane closures

Amarillo area lane closures

Child on scooter hit by vehicle, sent to hospital with non-life threatening injuries

Child on scooter hit by vehicle, sent to hospital with non-life threatening injuries

‘The Sale’ pays it forward for local businesses and families

When Amarillo shoppers pay to take part in The Sale, they're paying it forward for struggling Amarillo families.

Guymon police alerting community about phone scam

Guymon police alerting community about phone scam.

Area runners and volunteers support Race for a Cure

Area runners and volunteers supported Race for a Cure.

Train and tractor-trailer collide in Pampa

Train and tractor-trailer collide in Pampa

6 men arrested for online solicitation of a minor

6 men arrested for online solicitation of a minor.

FiberLight Expansion aims to benefit Amarillo ISD, local economy

A 70-mile network expansion of fiber transport services aims to better support the needs of the Amarillo Independent School District.

  A Hero’s Welcome: Texas Panhandle Honor Flight

This year’s Texas Panhandle Honor Flight brought six World War II veterans, 26 Korean veterans and 61 Vietnam veterans to Washington D.C.

One Clovis man hospitalized after being shot

One man has been hospitalized after being shot in Clovis on Friday morning.

Sgt. Squelch finds home among Borger 911 dispatchers

A team of 911 dispatchers in Borger has a new four-legged friend that’s making their jobs a little easier--- Sergeant Squelch.

Kids learn ‘hard work ethic’ from Tri-State Fair projects

While the Tri-State Fair is nine days of rides and fun, some kids begin preparing for the livestock shows months prior.

Trial for suspects in Portales hot car death delayed

The trial for the two daycare owners charged for the death of an infant in Portales has been delayed.

Clovis Rotary Club to host miniature golf tournament to benefit food bank

The Clovis Rotary Club will host a miniature golf tournament on September 22 to benefit the Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico.

AC says it is not too late for students to register for fall classes

Although classes have already started at Amarillo College, it is not too late for students to sign up for classes.

Mosquito tests positive for West Nile virus in Potter County

Mosquito caught in trap tests positive for West Nile virus in Potter County

OPSU sees “historic” enrollment increase despite budget cuts

OPSU sees “historic” enrollment increase despite budget cuts

A new view: City council approves body cams for the APD

The Amarillo Police Department will be receiving upgrades it hopes will benefit both officers and the community.

  Make-A-Wish fires up the grill to grant wishes

Make-A-Wish North Texas invites you to the 3rd Annual Delicious Wishes Burger Bash as the non-profit works to meet the growing demand for wishes in the Texas Panhandle.

Man who runs Amarillo accounting firm accused of investment fraud

A federal grand jury in Maryland has indicted a man who runs an Amarillo accounting firm, accusing him and two other men of cheating people out of more than $364 million.

Pullman Road in Amarillo closing for construction

Beginning September 21, construction crews will close Pullman Road at the Interstate 40 overpass to demolish the westbound lanes.

City of Amarillo taking applications for Homeowner Emergency Repair program

The City of Amarillo’s Community Development department is now taking applications for the Homeowner Emergency Repair program.

AutoInc donates $75,000 to Amarillo College

Amarillo AutoInc donated $75,000 to Amarillo College for their Advocacy and Research Center on September 20.

Northwest Texas Hospital and affiliates to host lecture series

The Northwest Texas Healthcare System, Texas Panhandle Centers , and Department of Psychiatry at Texas Tech will be hosting professional athlete and photographer Suzanne Stroeer for the Doctor Hugh Pennal Lecture Series on September 21.

Rare work by Rembrandt to be displayed in Canadian

A world famous Old Master’s work is going on display in Canadian.

Man sentenced to 15 years for 2016 Eastridge Park homicide

One man will spend 15 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for the homicide of a man at Eastridge Park in 2016.

Moore County officials searching for wanted woman

Moore County officials are asking for the public’s help locating a woman who is wanted for having a prohibited substance in a correctional facility.

Amarillo police find man accused of burglary, violent crime

The suspect is wanted for injury to a child/elderly/disabled person and burglary of a home.

  Hereford student ‘detained’ after suspected terroristic threat

A Hereford ISD student has been taken into custody by police after authorities said they made a threat against against the school.

Shamrock City Council votes to close police department, dispatch system

After debating it for nearly four months, the Shamrock City Council has voted to do away with the Shamrock Police Department and dispatch system.

Panhandle helps with Hurricane Florence response

As residents in the Carolinas continue to face the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, organizations are doing their part to lend a helping hand.

Blazing a trail from the Panhandle: NASA’s first female chief flight director grew up in Amarillo

Growing up in the Panhandle, Holly Ridings graduated from Tascosa High School in 1992 and still has family in the area. Now, she is the first female chief flight director in NASA’s history.

Amarillo groups to launch new social media campaign to promote city

Amarillo groups to launch new social media campaign to promote city

TxDMV: Reagor-Dykes Auto Group and 10 finance companies to blame for 100 title complaints

The letters to Reagor-Dykes Auto Group and 10 finance companies say there are approximately 100 complaints that the Texas DMV is currently fielding against the dealerships, mostly in regards to titling issues.

Jury selection to begin for suspects in Portales hot car death

Jury selection will begin tomorrow for the women accused of killing one child and injuring another after leaving them in a hot car in Portales.

FirstBank & Trust sues Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, claiming it’s owed more than $3 million

According to the lawsuit, in August 2018, FirstBank, began investigating the status of RAM’s inventory at its Levelland and Imports (the “Dealerships”) locations in an effort to monitor vehicle sales information and to identify whether RAM was falsely reporting sales data and inventory status. Throu

Building of former Amarillo restaurant ‘complete loss’ after fire

The building of a former Amarillo restaurant is considered a total loss after a fire this afternoon.

Crouch Foundation and Amarillo National Bank hosting Jazz and Champagne Brunch

The Crouch Foundation and Amarillo National Bank are partnering to bring the first ever Jazz and Champagne Brunch.