We also have a breakdown of how representatives in our viewing area voted on the bailout bill.
Amarillo Republican Mac Thornberry says he reluctantly voted for the bill. He says he is uncomfortable with how much power it gives the federal government but says it is best for the nation that it did.
New Mexico Democrat Tom Udall voted against the bill, saying it does too little for homeowners and too much for Wall Street executives.
And Oklahoma Republican Frank Lucas also voted against the bill. He says his decisions was one of the hardest he has made as a congressman, but says he is more concerned about how quickly the bill was crafted. He says too many taxpayer dollars are at stake to take the bill lightly.
Voters in Randall County will now have one more item on the ballot this November with the Canyon Independent School District Board of Trustees approving a bond proposal for nearly $200 million to serve the school district over the next 10 years.
Amarillo Mayor Ginger Nelson issued a statement on Monday night regarding the retirement announcement of Texas Tech Chancellor Robert Duncan.
When someone calls dispatch, how quickly a police officer can respond can be the difference between life and death.
The father of missing Canadian teenager, Thomas Brown is sharing his experience with groups across the Panhandle. "I have faith that Tom's coming home," said Kelly Brown. "I don't know where he is, I don't know when, but I have faith that that's going to happen." It's this firm belief that has kept Brown going for the past two years. Jon Mark Beilue is a writer for the Amarillo Globe News and a member of the Amarillo Kiwanis Club. While...
Kaitlyn De Leon, a 10-year-old who was named an honorary Cactus Police Department Officer, has passed away after a two-year battle with cancer.