Human remains confirmed to be TX teen missing since 2016

Human remains have been found in Hemphill County, and investigators say it has been confirmed the remains were of Thomas Brown.

  ‘To Catch a Predator’ host Chris Hansen arrested, charged with bouncing checks

Hansen was charged this week with issuing a bad check. He was released after signing a promise to appear in court.
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  'I am going to run’: Kirsten Gillibrand latest Democrat in 2020 field

Kirsten Gillibrand has already made plans to campaign in Iowa over the weekend, more than a year before the leadoff caucus state votes.

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Silver Alert: Paducah woman last seen on January 15

I-27 southbound closed at Bell Street due to overturned truck

Suspect sought out of Randall County for felony probation violation

APD: Video shows suspect stealing security cameras from Amarillo business

APD: Video shows suspect stealing security cameras from Amarillo business

Police say the theft happened at a business on the 3200 block of Hobbs in Amarillo on Dec. 28.
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  Trump feels shutdown pressure from economists, Nancy Pelosi

In a call with reporters, White House Council of Economic Advisers chairman Kevin Hassett said Tuesday the shutdown is reducing economic growth more than predicted.

  Amarillo Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition to host first meeting of 2019

WTAMU’s online bachelor’s program ranked #1 in state

Amarillo to apply for $29.5 million loan from the Texas Water Development Board

Local impact of career, vocational programs in high school

  Bushland Education Foundation to grant $5,000 to 6 teachers

Crime Stoppers searching for suspect in auto burglary at AHS basketball game

2 arrested after traffic stop leads to drug bust worth $130,000 in Carson County

Our Perspective on red light approvals in Amarillo

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Moon river: Giant ice disk spins in Maine

The ice disk is about 100 yards across and looks a bit like a full moon.

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  Randall Lady Raiders getting better day by day

  Amarillo Sod Poodles announce manager, coaching staff for inaugural season

The Amarillo Sod Poodles have announced the team field manager and coaching staff for the 2019 inaugural season.

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  New Mexico State Parks offering free day use for furloughed federal workers

Forest service offers grants for land owners with vegetative fuel breaks

APD looking for burglary suspect in ‘Crime of the Week’

AISD involving parents, community in conversation about career training school

  WTAMU’s ‘Seek Then Speak’ program provides resources for sexual assault victims

The university’s new “Seek Then Speak” program provides alternatives to the traditional method of requiring a police officer to be present during a report of a sexual assault incident.
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  Because of government shutdown, man who wants to start new job is stuck in IRS limbo

The truck driver said he’s found a job that’ll give him the opportunity to spend more time with his family, but there’s a snag because of the partial federal government shutdown, now in its 26th day.

  Amarillo to vote on a study to assess needs of Civic Center

Human trafficking survivor speaks to area girls at Childress Jr. High

Amber Alert discontinued, 12 year old located

Gala event aims to help Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum budget