Amarillo teen dead after pickup crashes into barn at Tri-State Fairgrounds

  The Search for Kamille McKinney: Here’s what we know

3 men unknowingly rob two FBI special agents in Downtown Memphis

  Borger ISD creates BoomTown scholarship for high school students attending FPC

  Glimpse into early stages of ‘The Barfield’ transformation

  New programs focused on lowering homelessness in Amarillo

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  Amarillo ISD implementing improvement plans for failing schools

  Curry County Detention Center adds millions of dollars worth of upgrades

$1.5 million gift to fund BoomTown Scholarship for Borger students heading to Frank Phillips College

The City of Amarillo to receive $147,000 counter terrorism grant

Amarillo police alerting residents to scam targeting Amarillo National Bank customers

  WTAMU to present research on Hispanic serving institutions and their students

  Cerulean Gallery hosting Postcards from the High Plains Art Exhibition

The Cerulean Gallery presents In Tune, featuring the High Plains Public Radio’s Postcards from the High Plains among other artwork.

Empower Texans CEO releases audio recording of secret meeting with Bonnen, Burrows

Michael Q. Sullivan has released audio of a secret three-way meeting in June between him, Speaker of the Texas House Dennis Bonnen and District 83 Representative Dustin Burrows.

Family, authorities searches for oil worker who went missing in Monahans

Monahans authorities are investigating after an oilfield worker went missing.

  Fatal DWI crash inspires powerful change in Amarillo through Andrea’s Project

After a fatal DWI accident took the life of an Amarillo teenager this year, her family and the community have come together to put an end to DWI’s and underage drinking.

  First freeze did little to stop ragweed and the allergies it causes

  Former active duty pilot from Borger to participate in 2019 Warrior 100K bike ride

  Amarillo man sentenced to 5 years in prison for killing his father

  Potter County Fire Department approved for new equipment to protect firefighters from cancer

  The flu season is among us, new tests are available to help patients receive the right medication

Cimarron County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Zara awarded ‘Healthcare for K9 Heroes’ grant

Amarillo College to host free screening of anxiety documentary this week

Amarillo College will be hosting a free screening of a national documentary “Angst: Raising Awareness around Anxiety” this week.

  ASARCO employees striking against unfair labor practices in Amarillo

According to the United Steel Workers, about 2,000 hourly workers at five ASARCO, LLC locations in Arizona and Texas voted to strike instead of accepting the Grupo México’s “last, best and final” offer.

  Officials: Escaped prisoners left stolen dog in Amarillo

Wyoming authorities are asking for your help finding a dog that may have been left in Amarillo by escaped prisoners.

Deadline for Habitat for Humanity’s homeowner program is Wednesday

According to the organization, applications are due Oct. 16 at 4:00 p.m. during office hours and those interested can pick up an application at the organization’s office, located at 2700 S. Wilson St.

  Search for Kamille McKinney expanded to surrounding states

Birmingham Police Chief Patrick Smith says two persons of interest remain in custody and are being questioned extensively.

  Fake Filters? Made-up addresses, strange receipts and copycat websites reveal knock-offs on the market

After several strange clues, a Michigan father questions whether his water filters are authentic. Experts say counterfeit filters are a growing problem in the United States.

  1 person hospitalized after Monday morning crash involving semi and pickup

One person has been hospitalized after a crash involving a semi-truck and pickup Monday morning.

Pope tweets at saints, but not those Saints - social media goes wild

Who dat thought the Pope was a Saints fan?

  Frames of Love moves into a new place and it’s more than just office space

Frames of Love is now headquartered at the First Baptist Church International Ministry Building at 1422 S. Tyler St.

Amarillo area lane closures

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

  One man dead in 2 vehicle accident on Loop 335

Both drivers were wearing seat belts. Texas Highway Patrol is investigating the accident.

Hunter Biden to step down from Chinese board

Hunter Biden, the 49-year-old son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, revealed his plan in an internet post written by his attorney who outlined a defense of the younger Biden's work in Ukraine and China.

  Officer kills woman inside her Texas home after welfare call; family seeks answers

The officer was placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation.

Heads up! You can see the full Hunter’s Moon starting this Sunday

If you love astronomy, you’ll want to make sure to enjoy this weekend’s full Hunter’s Moon, which will be visible starting on Sunday.

  Trump backs Giuliani, but some aides wish he would cut ties

Behind the scenes, many of Trump's closest aides and advisers quietly wish the president would cut ties with Giuliani.

  Texas woman beaten, robbed after coughing near couple at gas station

Surveillance video shows a female suspect grab the 24-year-old victim's purse, cash and cell phone.

  Local businesses, restaurants featured at Amarillo Craft Beer and Bacon Fest

United Supermarkets, Market Street United and Townsquare Media hosted the Amarillo Craft Beer and Bacon Fest.

  Code Blue Warming Station needs help finding new home

Amarillo’s Code Blue Warming Station at Guyon Resource Center is permanently closed.

  Man admits to selling AR-15s illegally, but feds drop charges

Felons could build their own untraceable weapons and parts without undergoing any background check.

Turkish forces say they’ve captured key Syrian border town

Turkey's military said it captured a key Syrian border town under heavy bombardment Saturday in its most significant gain since an offensive against Kurdish fighters began.

  Man sentenced to 50 years in prison for sexual assault of a disabled person

A man will spend 50 years in prison after a Randall County jury convicted him of sexually assaulting a disabled person.

Wrap Up Scores Week 7

The Wrap Up continues this week with the latest scores and highlights from this week’s games.

Amarillo Museum of Art launches Biennial 600 Exhibition

AMOA officially opens Biennial 600 Exhibiton

  Man sentenced to death for Texas attack that killed 6

A man who prosecutors say was driven by vengeance when he fatally shot six members of his ex-wife's family in Texas, including four children, was sentenced Friday to death.

Northbound I-27 was closed due a to traffic accident Thursday afternoon

The Amarillo Police Department is responding to a traffic accident on Northbound I-27.

Hutchinson County Sheriff’s Office has a new deputy in town

The Hutchinson County Sheriff’s Office has a new addition to their patrol division, meet Rokii(rocky).

  Community remembers historic building in downtown Amarillo before demolition

A downtown building where decade of local employees use to work is being demolished and many are feeling emotional about it.

  ART is a new method to treat PTSD and individuals with trauma

ART helping those with PTSD faster here in Amarillo.

  Amarillo police find candy shaped meth in apartment

An Amarillo man was arrested Thursday after police found candy shaped meth during the search of an apartment.

  Emergency responders rescue Guymon woman from house fire

A woman is in critical condition after she was saved from a house fire by the quick actions of emergency responders Thursday evening.

  Traffic stop in N.M. leads to arrest of suspected drug dealers in Amarillo

Three people have been arrested after a traffic stop in New Mexico led agents to a drug bust in Amarillo.

  U.S. Senator Heinrich’s staff to hold mobile office hours in Portales

Portales residents can speak to U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich’s staff at the Mobile Office Hours on Monday, October 14.

  Registration open next week for The Salvation Army Angel Tree program

The program allows donors to buy gifts for children or senior citizens to help them celebrate a Merry Christmas.

  Demolition of historic building in downtown Amarillo could affect weekend commute

An influential building on the downtown Amarillo landscape will be demolished beginning this morning.

Happy State Bank begins construction on familiar location

The corner of Teckla Boulevard and SW 45th Avenue will soon be an active construction zone with a new Happy State Bank branch being built over the coming months.

  Pampa High School student leads kindness campaign

Pampa kindness campaign.

  Good News with Dave: Bushland Difference Makers

A group of high school students from Bushland is working on a community service project.

RDAG burglar leaves tools, cash, bag of marijuana at scene

A burglar apparently left behind more than he stole after a recent break-in at Reagor Dykes at 1211 19th Street.

  Business momentum continues for three local businesses

Business momentum is still going strong for three local restaurants as they expand their companies.

  2 Hereford residents dead in crash near Hereford Wednesday night

Two women are dead after a two-vehicle crash in Deaf Smith County Wednesday night.

  Commissioner George P. Bush teaches fourth grade history lesson with Texas maps

Fourth-grade students at Sanborn elementary learned of the history of the state of Texas from no other than Texas Land Commissioner, George P. Bush.

Ohio teen in wheelchair scores touchdown with help from his teammates

A teen with Spina Bifida got to score a touchdown Wednesday night with Miamisburg’s eighth-grade football team.

Buddy the Dinosaur stomps into Amarillo and Canyon this October

You are invited to join Westgate Mall for a free story time with Buddy the Dinosaur Monday, Oct. 14.

  Last chance to reserve a seat at Bright Lights of Bra-Way this Saturday

This Saturday, Oct. 12, is the ticket cutoff for a Broadway-themed event to benefit Panhandle Breast Health.

  4th Annual Panhandle Great 25 Nurses ceremony set for today

The ceremony is today, Oct. 10, at the Polk Street United Methodist Church at 6:00 p.m.

  Amarillo Senior Citizens Association to move off Amarillo College campus in 1 year

Amarillo College and the Amarillo Senior Citizens Association (ASCA) have come to an agreement on an off-site relocation plan.

  Fire crews to offer safety tips at Lowe’s this weekend

The state-wide events, coinciding with Fire Prevention Month in October, is part of a joint effort to spread awareness about fire safety and fire preparation.

Mark your calendars for October FeSSt with Family Support Services

Join Family Support Services for a family friendly event at October FeSSt this weekend.

The Witches’ Ball 2019 to benefit Polaris Project

The Witches’ Ball 2019 will take you to a night of spellbinding entertainment at the Khiva Shrine Ballroom.

Region 16 Head Start brings Raising Bright Stars Family Fair to the community

The Region 16 Head Start program will bring families an opportunity to have the knowledge and ability to access the many health, education and social services available in the Amarillo community.

Blue Bell recalling some Butter Crunch half gallons due to broken tool pieces

Blue Bell Ice Cream is recalling select lots of it’s Butter Crunch Ice Cream made at its Sylacauga plant because they contain pieces of a broken plastic tool according to the FDA.

  Childress ISD implementing suicide prevention programs

It has been a little over a week since the death of a Childress ISD student.

  Pantex wind farm successful as DOE’s pilot renewable energy program

Energy from the Panhandle wind has been a part of the West Texas landscape since settlers first arrived and erected windmills.

Weather whiplash, time to bring your plants in

Our Chief Meteorologist Doppler Dave Oliver is calling it the "weather whiplash," and if you’re wondering if it’s time to cover your plants or bring them inside, it probably is.

  Experts: Cursive writing helps students with learning disabilities

Cursive has always been a part of the school curriculum, but after technology became more prevalent, the amount that cursive was taught drastically decreased.

First Bank & Trust urges court to move forward with liquidation of Reagor-Dykes

First Bank & Trust has filed a motion asking the court to move the Reagor-Dykes companies from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, aimed at restructuring and preserving the dealerships, to Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which would liquidate all the assets and end Reagor-Dykes as a going concern.

Tascosa High School graduate credits success in the Navy to lessons learned in Amarillo

Chase Stephens, who graduated high school in 2018, spends his days providing maintenance work to the Navy’s submarine force in the Pacific.

Flag run benefiting wounded warriors set for this weekend

The Iwo Jima Flag Run starts at 9:00 a.m. and the one mile trail run/walk begins at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12 in the parking lot of the Texas Amphitheater, located directly across from the Mack Dick Pavilion.