A major local employer is hurting because of a national political conflict.
Bell Helicopter reported a drop in revenue of $74 million, or ten percent, over last year's third quarter.
Bell's leaders credit the cut to a lack of demand in military aircraft.
But during the reporting period, Bell faced temporarily delays in orders when a senator from the north-east questioned the osprey's effectiveness in desert areas.
That claim was later refuted by the department of defense as playing politics and not accurate.
Oklahoma's ongoing budget crisis is taking a toll on Oklahoma Panhandle State University in Goodwell.
As a way of decreasing identity theft, all senior citizens on Medicare will soon be issued a new health insurance card.
Low income residents in Amarillo in need of home repairs can receive immediate assistance.
In response to the recent bombings in Austin, UPS is changing their procedures for shipping packages.
Residents of a normally quiet Amarillo neighborhood are rocked after gunfire rings out for the second time in just a few weeks.