Good News With Doppler Dave

  Good News: Author uses wooden crafts to help inspire others in tough times

Mark Phillips enjoys making wooden crafts. It’s a past time that developed during a tough stage of his life when he was nearly killed in an accident.

  GOOD NEWS: Teen farmer harvests first wheat crop

Good News: Couple overcomes medical diagnosis despite odds

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

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

  Good News with Doppler Dave: WWII vet’s 1955 Ford restored for his 99th birthday

  Good News with Doppler Dave: St. Andrews educational project leads to unexpected blessing

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  Good News with Doppler Dave: Amarillo teacher shows no sign of slowing down after 42 years

  Firefighter adopts dog named ‘Lucky’ saved from sinkhole

  Amarillo firefighter wants to adopt dog he helped rescue from sinkhole

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Encouraging future generations to steward our environment

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Boys Ranch 2nd grader recognized for his passion of art and weather

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Tracking tornadoes in the 21st Century

  Good News with Doppler Dave: First graders know a thing or two about good news

Anytime you want to brighten your day just spend time with some enthusiastic first graders as I did today to find out their take on good news.

  Good News with Dave: A Northwest Texas Hospital volunteer doing the most for over 30 years

Betty Beech has been an auxiliary volunteer at NW Texas Hospital for 32 years, and makes certain to brighten anyone's day when they step into the hospital's gift shop.

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Help from Amarillo Angels is a breath of fresh air for foster families

Although the thought of bringing a foster child into a family may seem daunting for some, there is a special support group in Amarillo with the mission to help the foster system succeed as we see in this week’s “Good News With Doppler Dave”.

Good News with Doppler Dave: When the weather works in our favor

In recent years, our wildfire seasons have been very active and, at times, very devastating. This year there is hope that recent weather conditions may be working in our favor to reduce some of the threat as we see in this edition of "Good News With Doppler Dave'.

Good News with Doppler Dave: Finding friendship in unlikely places

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Hope is alive and well in Claude

  Good news with Doppler Dave: When blessings come to those who struggle

Teacher cuts waist-length hair to support 5-year-old girl bullied for short haircut

  Good News with Doppler Dave: The future of farming is in good hands

  Good News with Dave: Meals on Wheels providing more than just food

  Good News with Doppler Dave: 30 minutes to make a difference

What if I told you that a very small gesture on your part could make a life-lasting impact on a life of a child?

Good News with Dave: Atmos Energy shares the warmth this winter

Here in the month of January, we have plenty of the winter season still ahead of us. In this week’s edition of Good News With Doppler Dave, a simple gesture from some of our area residents may have a huge winter impact on the lives of others.

For the first time in 35 years, no children were murdered in Sacramento, CA, last year

Officials have been working to curb juvenile crime by reaching out to those at risk, and police say no child homicides shows that outreach is having an impact.

  Good News with Dave: Enjoy some food and fun at Amarillo’s food trucks

As we see in this week’s edition of ‘Good News with Doppler Dave’, recent developments have spurred an increase in dining options for area customers as more and more trucks are entering the food scene.

Boy, 9, saves grandfather’s life during diabetic episode

The 9-year-old was in the backseat of the car, waiting for his grandfather to start it up and head out for some pizza, when something went wrong.

Santa honors boy’s Christmas wish by bringing $1,200 for cancer research

After an 8-year-old asked Santa to borrow money for kids with cancer, word spread quickly among family friends and colleagues, and the boy found $1,200 under the tree Christmas morning.

  Holly, jolly Christmas: Employees to receive $20,000 in bonuses from Michigan company

The bonuses will be based on longevity of service and shared through cash bonuses and special gifts to employees' retirement accounts.

Doctors baffled after 11-year-old girl’s brain tumor disappears

Even after double-checking the girl’s brain scans to confirm the results, doctors could find no trace of her tumor, which they say they can’t explain.

  Good News with Dave: A 67-year-old college grad proves new life can begin at any stage of life

College graduation is a time for celebration and is an important stepping stone as graduates begin a new phase in life. As we see in this week’s “Good News With Doppler Dave” that experience is even more special for someone about to walk the stage this weekend.

Combat veteran, wife donate all their belongings to firefighters affected by California wildfires

The home essentials, including furniture, electronics, tools and more, will help dozens of firefighters whose homes burned down in the Camp Fire.

Homeless man turns in $17,000 he found outside food bank

The money was turned over to police, but since no one claimed it, the food bank will be able to use it to expand their building.

Boy, 9, gets Colorado town to legalize snowball fights

Despite the law banning snowball fights, the town's mayor said no one had ever been cited for throwing snowballs.

  Good News with Dave: Some people have all the luck

In this week’s “Good News With Doppler Dave” we hear the story of one lucky person who decided to use her good fortune to honor someone else.

Pregnant woman battling cancer finds perfect bone marrow match

Almost 40,000 people registered to help the soon-to-be mother of five find her 100 percent bone marrow donor match.

Teacher donates kidney to stranger after seeing social media photo

Since their surgeries, the two former strangers have become very close and talk every day, checking in on each other’s recovery.

Good Samaritan saves choking baby during Thanksgiving meal at Golden Corral

The baby's family panicked when the 7-month-old started choking on mashed potatoes, but a fellow restaurant customer managed to save the little girl.

Man finds human ashes on ground at MI car wash, returns them to family

The family says they’re very grateful the good Samaritan returned the urn and bags of cremated remains.

  Good News with Dave: Some of Amarillo’s road construction ends just in time for the holidays

I came up on I-40 and Soncy, and I am here to announce that...it’s over!

A Vietnam veteran died with no family, so other vets stepped up to remember him

The community also provided the funeral home with the proper paperwork to ensure the Marine veteran got military honors at the service.

  Good News with Dave: First generation students blaze a new trail

The first steps on a career path and the beginning of realization of dreams for first generation college students, and it’s starting here at places like WTAMU and AC.

  Good News with Dave: The Panhandle receives a one-of-a-kind Autumn

In this week’s Good News with Doppler Dave we learn why this autumn is turning out to be extra special.

  Good News with Dave: Thankful for the NewsChannel10 weather team

Good News with Dave: the Panhandle is a weather dream come true for NewsChannel10′s weather team

  Good News with Dave: Rain is good for everybody

After going so many months straight without rainfall, lately we are hardly going a day without rainfall and this thirsty country is benefiting greatly.

AL girl gives up birthday party to feed the homeless

At first glance, Kayla Glover is your ordinary 8-year-old. However, once you spend some time with Kayla, you realize she’s far from ordinary.

Good News: ‘Sunshine Cottages’ provide hope and opportunity with nearly 100 percent success rate

Jessica Welch is a successful registered nurse and being recognized as one of the top 25 nurses by the Panhandle Nurses Association. She loves her job, her kids are doing well, but while the story is currently bright it actually begins at a time when her outlook was rather dim.

Positively WAVE: Man mowing lawns across America cuts grass for Louisville family

Rodney Smith Jr. says this started small, lending a helping hand to someone who couldn’t finish mowing the lawn, but has since transformed in a way to help people around the country doing the same.

Girl Scouts’ Camp Kiwanis celebrates 90 years

Scout leaders and scouts arScout leaders and scouts are celebrating almost 100 years of a historic campground in the Panhandle.e celebrating almost 100 years of a historic campground in the Panhandle.

Good News: How the Lions Club uses the proceeds from the pancake breakfast to benefit the community

It's time for pancakes from the Lions Club. They have been helping the community for a long time.

Area runners and volunteers support Race for a Cure

Area runners and volunteers supported Race for a Cure.

Shelter puppy becomes member of Borger emergency response team

The City of Borger has added a furry new member to its dispatch team.

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Friends of Fogelberg helps keep area healthy

It has been more than 10 years now since we lost musician Dan Fogelberg to prostate cancer.

  Good News with Doppler Dave: Smiling faces and singing hearts

If there's anything I know about a Monday evening at the Harrington Assisted Living Center, it's this: the notes will be flying off the piano, and the house will be full of smiling faces.

Good News with Doppler Dave: Memories in the wind

We live in one of the windiest locations in the entire country. While the wind here is often relentless and impacts life in various ways, it can also be the source of unexpected blessings as we find in this installment of Good News With Doppler Dave.

  Good News with Doppler Dave: The many missions of Mission Amarillo

When you think about going on a mission you might be thinking  thinking about being sent to far reaching points on the earth, well there is a pretty good mission taking place right here and it's called Mission Amarillo.

Good News with Doppler Dave: Spending a night in a shack

You know, there's a lot of thought about college kids today. You hear things like, "Well they're just interested in themselves; they just want to party."  I met some college kids who are doing things a little differently.