Amarillo area lane closures

All projects are subject to change due to weather, emergency work and other unexpected events.

  Amarillo Crime Stoppers celebrates 40 years

Monday is looking warmer with highs in the lower to mid 80s

  Pollinators in decline: Here’s how you can help in our region

Amarillo task force arrests 4 suspected cocaine dealers

Remains found along with car of missing elderly man in Okla.

  Area students help make Borger beautiful

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  Pantex partners with college students to study birds in the area

  Deadline approaching for Amarillo Elks Lodge Mud Volleyball tournament

  Xcel named top military veteran employer

Whataburger sells majority interest to Chicago-based investment bank

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

Hollywood Road to close at Bell Street for pavement repairs

Flour sold at Target, Walmart nationwide being recalled due to E. coli

E. coli can cause diarrhea, often with bloody stools.

This Weekend in the Panhandle

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, we’ve got you covered.

  Amarillo College offering free safety classes

Amarillo College is offering local residents free safety classes this summer and into the fall.

  Amarillo sees 10% increase in sales tax revenue

New data shows Amarillo’s sale tax revenue increased more than 10 percent or about $600,000 in April.

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

  Amarillo citizens weigh in on APD’s quality of service in annual survey

Boil water notice lifted for Lake Meredith Harbor Addition residents

  Investigate a career at Randall County Sheriff’s Office

  Bron Bohlar sentenced for role in murder of Sodus, N.Y. couple

An East Texas town passed an ordinance banning abortion. What happens next?

The Waskom City Council voted Tuesday to pass an ordinance attempting to ban abortions in the city. It will likely face legal challenges.

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.

  TxDOT: Railroad work could delay traffic in Armstrong County

TxDOT asks that all drivers obey traffic controls and laws and that they watch for workers and equipment.

  Police double reward for arrest of man suspected in Kenee Allynn Griffing murder

Police say all tips are anonymous.

Arch Madness: Blues win 1st Stanley Cup, beating Bruins 4-1

The St. Louis Blues have won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.

  More than a title: Why classification of 911 dispatchers as first responders in Texas is important

Those who you speak to on the other line when you dial 911 will soon have a new title, first responder.

  High Plains Food Bank distributes record number grocery boxes to seniors

The High Plains Food Bank distributed a record number of senior food boxes in May and they still have room for hundreds of seniors to be part of the Commodity Supplemental Food Program.

  Local farmers: Cotton crop devastated by rainfall

The condition of the cotton crop here in the Panhandle is devastating according to farmers across the region.

  Officials release new details on Tuesday’s deadly Loop 335 crash

The Texas Department of Public Safety has released new information on the crash on Loop 335 that killed one person on Tuesday.

Security camera captures mysterious creature: ‘What the heck?’

The internet is trying to figure out what was captured on a woman’s security camera, because no one seems to know “what the heck” was wandering around her neighborhood.

  Randall County officials searching for man wanted for assault charges

Randall County officials are searching for a man who is wanted for assault charges.

  Facebook debuts new tool to help you donate blood

The Red Cross says only 3 percent of people in this country who can give blood do so, and tens of thousands of donors are needed every day.

  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.

  Fritch officials: Lake Meredith Harbor Addition residents should boil water

Officials advised residents in the Lake Meredith Harbor Addition to boil their water for at least two minutes before drinking or cooking.

Missing Okla. boy found safely, father arrested

The Boise City Police Department and Cimarron County Sheriff’s Office issued an Amber Alert for four-year-old Douglas Cordova Guerra who was believed to have been abducted by his father.

“Here’s why we gotta keep on living”: Facebook page aims to prevent more suicides in the Texas Panhandle

Suicide Prevention Coalition Facebook page aims to prevent more suicides in the Texas Panhandle

Water utility repairs could impact traffic in Portales

Drivers may need to take caution when driving through portions of Portales this week.

East Texas city declares itself as a sanctuary for the unborn

Council members also have banned abortions

UPDATE: 9 children, driver hospitalized after school bus and semi-truck crash in West Texas

Nine children were taken to the hospital after the school bus they were in was involved in a crash with a semi-truck. The crash happened at 2:20 p.m. at an intersection three miles north of Muleshoe.

  City of Amarillo to keep red light cameras through end of contract

While the majority of Texas cities have ended red light cameras, the City of Amarillo plans to keep them running for the time being.

  Amarillo Fire Department launches 1st paramedic engine

The Amarillo Fire Department officially launched its first paramedic engine today.

  1 dead after ‘major accident’ at Loop 335 and Osage

One person is confirmed dead after a crash involving a semi truck at South Loop 335 between Osage and Grant.

  Freedom in the 806 Anti-Trafficking Coalition takes on new initiative

The Freedom in the 806 Anti-Trafficking Coalition is taking on a new initiative to combat a specific type of trafficking in the region.

  1 dead after car crashes into tree in Hemphill County

One person was pronounced dead after crashing head-on into a tree in Hemphill County on Monday afternoon, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.

5th arrest made in murder of Tyshaun Bates

James Edward Dora, 26, is now in custody and charged with aggravated robbery in connection to the murder of 20-year-old Tyshaun Bates on April 10th.

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.

  I-27 extension moves forward as Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill for TxDOT to conduct study

Governor Greg Abbott signed Texas House Bill 1079 yesterday that will direct the Texas Department of Transportation to conduct a comprehensive study of the Ports-to-Plains Corridor, a project that would improve and extend Interstate 27.

Borger police: Situation involving ‘barricaded subject’ resolved

According to a BPD Facebook post, the incident is unfolding near the intersection of W 9th Street and Coble Street.

  Woodstock 50 in doubt: Organizers in talks with another venue

The festival has faced a series of setbacks, and the latest came Monday afternoon, when Watkins Glen International announced it's not hosting the anniversary event in August.

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.

  APD: Robbers hold clerks at gunpoint in ‘Crime of the Week’

According to an Amarillo Police Department news release, two suspects entered the store and pointed guns at employees, demanding money.

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

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

  Silver Alert cancelled, Clovis man found safe

A Silver Alert for a missing New Mexico man has been cancelled.

Gov. Greg Abbott signs ‘lemonade stand law’ so kids’ drink stands can’t be shut down

Abbott called it a “common sense law” that had to be passed so that police would not shut down children’s lemonade stands.

  Amarillo City Transit proposing fare changes, route modifications

Amarillo City Transit wants to hear from residents before proposed fare changes and route modifications could go into effect.

Amber Alert canceled for 2-year-old missing in Texas

Authorities suspect he's been abducted

Texas raises tobacco buying age to 21; military members exempt

The new law goes into effect on Sept. 1.

  Changes to jury selection system in Potter County

The Potter County District Clerk's Office is updating the jury selection process with a two-step system.

  NewsChannel 10 to end each broadcast day with national anthem

NewsChannel 10 is joining Gray Television stations across the country to once again play “The Star Spangled Banner” each day.

Justin Bieber challenges Tom Cruise to a fight on Twitter

The 25-year-old singer tweeted the challenge to the 56-year-old actor on Sunday evening.

Ala. governor signs chemical castration bill into law

The legislation requires anyone convicted of a sex crime with a child younger than 13 to undergo chemical castration as a condition of their parole.

  AEDC votes to spend $3.5 million on land in Randall County for possible business park

The Amarillo Economic Development Corporation may be starting its second business park, this time in Randall County.

  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.

Rapper Bushwick Bill of the Geto Boys dies at 52

The rapper whose legal name is Richard Shaw died Sunday at a Colorado hospital.

  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.

  Texas woman looks forward after losing husband, stepchildren to drunk driver

“It’s not worth going out and killing someone else’s family.”

  Xcel Energy reducing customer bills by 5% this summer

Xcel Energy is reducing residential customer bills by five percent this summer.

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.

  ‘That’s what we’re here for’: Silverton firefighter raises funds, awareness for fire safety

The fire department gave the detectors away at an open house event on Saturday, giving hot dogs and hamburgers away to the community and teaching them about firefighting and fire safety.

'Zoodles’ officially on the Olive Garden menu

Olive Garden is adding a healthier, and greener option for those who want to enjoy the pasta experience, but not the carbs.

  U.S. Senator Heinrich holding mobile office hours in eastern N.M.

His staff will be available to answer questions on Social Security, Medicare and other federal programs.

Calhoun County remembers victims in deadly crash

“We were really close to all three of them. They were like more than just classmates, cousins, they were like brothers to us,” says Akia Harris