The Gray County Sheriff's Department is mourning the loss of one of it's own...
Deputy Sheriff Jimmy Joe McDonald passed away Thursday morning at Northwest Texas Hospital from injuries he sustained in a traffic collision in Mclean Wednesday afternoon.
Details surrounding the cause of the accident are still unclear at this point.
Gray County Sheriff Don Copeland released a statement that says, "We are saddened by the loss of Jim McDonald from our sheriff's office family. Jim was not only a trusted deputy sheriff, but also a long-time personal friend and co-worker."
The Clovis-Carver Public Library now has an exhibit that shows the history of Japanese American Internment camps in New Mexico during World War II (WWII).
Amarillo's former North Branch YMCA is closer to opening as the Charles E. Warford Activities Center. Now that the facility is free of asbestos, construction and renovations are set to begin soon. First up is the indoor swimming pool. Tuesday evening the Amarillo City Council approved a $488,031 contract to renovate the pool at the center. "The pool was built in the 1960s, so we're dealing with a pool that had cast iron drain lines...
United Way of Amarillo and Canyon announced the 26 programs that will benefit from the $1.6 million raised during the 2016 annual campaign.
As severe weather sweeps the Panhandle, organizations like Faith City Mission and the Salvation Army want you to know, their doors are always open.
West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) students looking to further their education in the music industry will soon be able to do so.