Amarillo airman killed during WWII now accounted for

Army Air Forces 2nd Lieutenant Toney W. Gochnauer, of Amarillo, Texas, who was killed during World War II at the age of 24, was accounted for in May, according to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency.

Public invited to ribbon-cutting honoring nonprofit’s first Little Free Library

This Weekend in the Panhandle

‘You don’t often get to meet your real-life superhero’: Boys Ranch gives thanks to our first responders

  Good News with Doppler Dave: The treasure of advice and wisdom from the older generation

  Amarillo flag football rivalry games to bring awareness to the fight against Alzheimer’s

  Ronald McDonald House raising money to build new house in Amarillo

Continued Coverage

  Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation to honor those affected by cancer with race

  Deaf Smith County celebrating decades of agriculture at Tractors in the Park Jubilee

  Social, emotional development on agenda at Texas A&M AgriLife’s Child Care Conference

Haven House to celebrate new beginnings with Amarillo community

New renovations, restaurants in downtown Amarillo

  Boise City Park invites public to ribbon-cutting for new Thunder basketball court

  City to host mobile health clinic in SW Amarillo this Thursday

The City of Amarillo Public Health Department will be hosting a mobile health clinic this Thursday at the Toot’n Totum car wash between Coulter and Soncy.

  Downtown Women’s Center’s ‘Haven House’ hosting open house

The center will show the newly renovated Haven House shelter, which has been updated after being built over 100 years ago.

  His Church to host Robia Scott, star of pro-life film ‘Unplanned’

Scott plays a supporting role in the new film, which tells the story of former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson’s work at the women’s health organization and her subsequent conversion to anti-abortion advocate.

‘When did we become a city that looked to only achieve the minimum?’: Amarillo transit route changes cause concern

Amarillo City Transit is looking to save by discontinuing trips that begin, or end outside of the American Disabilities Act required service area.

  City council approves construction plans for Amarillo

  Veterans Memorial in Childress damaged after weekend storm

  Texas Tech vet school one step closer to becoming reality, awaiting approval from THEC Board

  P.E.T.S. Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic hosting volunteer orientation Tuesday

  TxDOT to hold Q&A, information session on proposed improvements to I-27

  Autoplex BMW donating to High Plains Food Bank for every test drive

  Mission Amarillo Shoe Closet celebrates giving away 10,000 pairs of shoes

The Mission Amarillo Shoe Closet is celebrating giving away 10,000 pairs of shoes.

  WWll Veteran John W. Hayes to be transported to final resting place on Monday

The veteran was killed on January 4, 1945 by a German tank in Belgium. He originally hailed from Estelline.

  Area students help make Borger beautiful

This week, nearly 100 Area 1 FFA students participated in an Xcel Energy community service project, in partnership with the City of Borger’s Make Borger Beautiful Committee, painting five waste bins to be placed along South Main Street.

  Pantex partners with college students to study birds in the area

Pantex biologist and bird enthusiast Jim Ray is teaming up with wildlife students from West Texas A&M University and Texas Tech University to capture a few Purple Martins for scientific study.

  Deadline approaching for Amarillo Elks Lodge Mud Volleyball tournament

The deadline to sign up and participate in the Amarillo Elks Lodge Mud Volleyball tournament is coming up quick.

  Xcel named top military veteran employer

Xcel Energy announced on Friday that the company has been named to the 2019 Military Times Best for Vets Employers ranking for the sixth year in a row.

  Amarillo VA to lay engraved bricks into patio in honor of fallen veterans

The ceremony allowed family and friends of fallen soldiers to have their loved ones names added to a patio at the center in their memory.

  Amarillo repair shop donates remote-control cars to hospital to make operations less scary for children

Chauncy’s Automotive donated three miniature remote-control cars to Northwest Texas Healthcare System in Amarillo for children to drive themselves to surgery, making their visit a little less scary.

View the top 20 pictures from the NewsChannel 10 Cattle Drive Photo Contest

A winner has been announced for NewsChannel 10′s Longhorn Cattle Drive Photo Contest.

  Students, parents invited to San Jacinto Area Cleanup Day

The San Jacinto Community is invited on June 15 to cleans blocks and lots around the neighborhood.

Kwahadi Dancers to celebrate 75th anniversary

The dancers will hold a special performance on July 5 and 6 celebrating their official 75th anniversary.

  Big Brothers Big Sisters looking for mentorship volunteers

Participants are required to be at least 18 years old and to spend six to eight hours with their “little” per month.

  Amarillo Juneteenth celebrations to feature parade, jazz

Basketball, jazz and family activities will mark the 2019 Amarillo Juneteenth Celebration on June 1 and June 13 through June 16.

Portales celebrating ‘pioneering spirit’ with ‘Heritage Days’ celebration this month

June 14 and 15 mark the kickoff of the Randall County Chamber’s “Heritage Days” celebration.

  TxDOT bringing interactive drunk driving exhibit to Hodgetown

The game quizzes and educates players on the dangers of drinking and driving and encourages them to plan a ride ahead of time if they plan to drink alcohol.

  Susan G. Komen North Texas merges with West Texas branch

In addition to the original 75 counties served by the two branches, the new entity will add 16 new counties to their service area.

High Plains Food Bank distributes record amount of senior food boxes in May

The High Plains Food Bank distributed a record amount of senior food boxes in May.

Pantex biologist, partners receive national recognition for bird conservation

Pantex Biologist Jim Ray and his partners were announced today as the winners of the 2019 Presidential Migratory Bird Federal Stewardship Award.

Dumas Dogie Days events kick off tomorrow

The Dumas Noon Lions Club is kicking off the 73rd Annual Dogie Days 4-day event tomorrow evening.

Insurance company holding Amarillo seminar to help business owners to create harassment-free workplaces

NCW Insurance is hosting a free workshop with the stated goal of promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace while discouraging harassment.

Georgia St. Walmart brings “retail-tainment” to customers

The Georgia Street Walmart is connecting its customers to area organizations to promote safety.

  Sod Poodles selling tickets for game benefiting Center City

The Amarillo Sod Poodles and Center City of Amarillo are teaming up for this Thursday’s game to benefit Center City.

  Amarillo Walmart, Sam’s Club stores join forces to benefit Children’s Miracle Network

Local Walmart and Sam’s Club stores are teaming up to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network of Amarillo for the annual CMN Hospitals campaign.

Center City and NewsChannel10 partner for 25th High Noon on the Square season

Ed Montana will help kick off the season on Wednesday, June 5 with hamburgers by the Coors Cowboy Club for $8 at the Potter County Courthouse.

Dates and details for High Noon on the Square

NewsChannel 10 and Center City of Amarillo are partnering for the 15th season of High Noon on the Square.

  Fare, route changes on table for Amarillo City Transit public meetings

The city will hold six public meetings throughout the summer to give presentations on the possible changes.

Xcel Energy continues to prepare for high-demand summer days

Xcel Energy is upgrading a key electrical substation ahead of high-demand summer days.

  Amarillo City Transit looking to cut some services

Amarillo City Transit is looking to save by discontinuing trips that begin, or end outside of the American Disabilities Act required service area.

  Amarillo SPCA teams up with 2 local restaurants for dog adoption events

Amarillo SPCA is teaming up with Raising Cane’s and Taco Villa this weekend for dog adoption events.

Hall County K-9 dies from allergic reaction

A Hall County Sheriff’s Office K-9 passed away yesterday after an apparent allergic reaction.

Texas Parks and Wildlife partners with Texas Archaeological Society to study, teach at Palo Duro Canyon

Members will be able to participate in excavation and lab work and receive lectures from experts in the field.

  Animal advocates invited to AAYC’s Amarillo Animal Coalition meeting

According to the Facebook event, the meeting is geared toward finding solutions to problems facing the Amarillo animal population.

  Free health, legal help available at North Heights fair

On June 8, the organizations are hosting a health and legal fair, providing legal clinics and education.

Amarillo Chamber announces summer fireworks event

The Amarillo Chamber of Commerce announced their Summer Fireworks Extravaganza is set to take place downtown on June 29.

Region 16 announces Tanya Larkin as Superintendent of the Year

Region 16 announced on Tuesday that Pampa ISD Superintendent Tanya Larkin was named the 2019 Region 16 Superintendent of the Year.

Amarillo VA to host job fair

The Amarillo VA Health Care System will be hosting a job fair for multiple positions this Thursday.

  Registration opens for AC’s ‘Chalk It Up’ art competition

This summer event is a partnership between Amarillo College and Panhandle PBS, and pits artists from around the area head-to-head to create the top chalk art masterpiece.

  Explore the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum at night this weekend

You can tour the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum at night this weekend.

  Amarillo Museum of Art hosting art AFTER dark

The Amarillo Museum of Art will host art AFTER dark on Friday, June 7.

  United Way to give $5,000 to Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance

United Way is preparing to give $5,000 to Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance tomorrow to assist mental health first-aid classes.

Wonderland’s ‘First Responders Night’ offering free passes to emergency workers

In addition, their families can receive discounted $14 WOW Passes at the gate.

Authorities begin enforcing paid parking in downtown Amarillo

The three month grace period for paid downtown parking in Amarillo has ended.

Event cancelled at Discovery Center after pipe bursts, rains flood basement

The Don Harrington Discovery Center is cancelling Camp Iwanna this Friday after a pipe busted in the East Wing, mixed with heavy rains causing the center’s basement to flood.

  TxDOT breaks ground on project to relocate Loop 335

Crews will break ground on the project, which is designed to reduce traffic congestion along Soncy Road in Amarillo.

City of Amarillo taking public comments on zoning revisions

City of Amarillo officials will meet Wednesday to make revisions to of its zoning code.

  Grace period for paid downtown parking in Amarillo ends Monday

The grace period for paid downtown parking in Amarillo is set to end on Monday, June 3.

  Buckner hosts resource fair for kids aging out of foster care

On Friday, dozens of children aging out or adults who aged out of the foster care system attended Buckner Amarillo’s resource fair at Paramount Baptist Church.

  Business owners from Shamrock, Amarillo take home U.S. Small Business Administration awards

The winners will also receive recognition from government officials, including the governor, Rep. Mac Thornberry and the cities of Amarillo and Shamrock.

  June Jazz swinging onto AC campus for next month

The college is inviting those attending to bring blankets and chairs to sit and enjoy the music at the pedestrian mall.

  From laundry to lashes: Another round of businesses open their doors in Amarillo

Another round of businesses is opening their doors to people in Amarillo.

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Area cafe keeping spirit of Route 66 alive

Attracting visitors from all over the nation and all over the world, MidPoint Cafe seems to keep the spirit of Route 66 alive with their atmosphere and pies.

  June Jams kicks off in Neblett Park in Canyon

Those eager to get their summer started can kick things off tonight at June Jams in Neblett Park.

  Happy State Bank announces 2019 Lemonade Day Amarillo winners

Happy State Bank announced the winning entrepreneurs for Lemonade Day Amarillo.

Santa Fe Trail Fishing Derby coincides with Kansas Free Fishing Day

The Kansas Department of Wildlife’s event accept anglers of all ages and skill levels to catch the largest fish they can in various age categories.

  Interfaith Campaign distributes $300k to assist Amarillo homeless

The funds were distributed to 14 Amarillo nonprofit organizations during an event Thursday morning at the Amarillo Area Foundation.

2 Amarillo students advance to final round of Scripps National Spelling Bee

Two eighth grade students from Amarillo got through round three of the Scripps National Spelling Bee today and will be advancing to the final round tomorrow.

  Companies team up to provide free camp for grieving children in Amarillo

Applications for campers are due by May 31.

Amarillo students advance in Scripps National Spelling Bee

An eighth grade student from Amarillo is advancing to the next round of the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington D.C. this week.