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  Amarillo shooting range negotiating safety features amid public concern

AN AMARILLO SHOOTING RANGE ON THE NORTH SIDE OF TOWN HAS IMPLEMENTED SOME NEW SAFETY STANDARDS AFTER HEARING COMPLAINTS FROM NEIGHBORS.

  Amarillo pest experts see spike in bed bug cases

  Amarillo police arrest 2nd person in robbery of Chase Bank

Daredevil who planned 2016 Palo Duro Canyon jump in homemade rocket dies in rocket crash

Nominate a veteran for the Annual Panhandle Veterans Hall of Honor Banquet

Man asks woman for help, steals vehicle

  Amber Alert canceled after New Mexico toddler found safe

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  Fort Carson soldier arrested in Borger after Sunday night shooting in Colorado

  Amarillo area lane closures

1 man dead after single vehicle rollover in Carson County

  Police seek suspect after 1 man injured in Saturday evening shooting

  Security adviser: I’ve seen no intel of Moscow helping Trump

Self-styled daredevil who believed Earth is flat dies after Calif. rocket crash

  Weather Outlook: Monday looks like our last nice day before arctic cold front

Highs in the 30s to 40s Tuesday through Wednesday.

  Coronavirus may cause wedding dress shortage

The American Bridal and Prom Industry Association said 80 percent of the world’s western-style gowns are produced in China, and many factories there had to temporarily shut down because of the virus.

  Amarillo police investigating after 3 injured in shooting Friday

Three people were injured after a shooting at the 1500 block of I-40 West.

  Texas Panhandle students to travel to Vietnam studying effects of agent orange

PANHANDLE STUDENTS ARE TRAVELING ALL THE WAY TO VIETNAM TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF AGENT ORANGE.

  Furry friend frenzy: new options for dog daycares, training facilities, pet supply stores

  1 dead, 2 injured after crash on I-40 near Groom

  Canadian River Sand Drags event becoming much safer for attendees

  Area high school students traveling abroad without leaving Panhandle region

  Attempted Chase Bank robbery today ends in arrest of Amarillo man

  Randall and Potter counties hoping for high turnout at weekend early voting

  2 men arrested after SWAT standoff in Wheeler County

Two men from Oklahoma City have been arrested following the SWAT standoff that happened on I-40 in Wheeler County Thursday.

  Suspect in Roosevelt County shooting incident that left 1 dead, 2 wounded won’t face charges

The suspect in a shooting that left one man dead and two people wounded in Roosevelt County will not face any charges.

Texas couple sentenced to a combined 140 years for sex crimes against children

A husband and wife from Big Spring, Texas, were sentenced Thursday to a combined 140 years in prison for crimes against multiple children, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

  City of Stratford facing lawsuit along with 2 officers after man was shot, killed 2 years ago

Stratford was notified of the civil suit Thursday in a summon.

  2 dead after crash near Canyon on Highway 60 and FM 2590

Two people have died after a crash near Canyon on Highway 60 and FM 2590.

This Weekend in the Panhandle

From learning new painting techniques and the AMoA Open Exhibition to getting to know police officers in Amarillo, here’s what’s going on in the area!

  Good News with Dave: Texhoma students organize drive your tractor to school day

Good News with Dave: At Texhoma High School, today was drive your farm equipment to school day.

  Born to Read 806 program gifting newborns at Northwest Texas Hospital with books

BORN TO READ 806 HOPES TO CONTINUE THE TREND OF GIVING CHILDREN BOOKS, AND IN THE FUTURE PROVIDE NEW BOOKS FOR EVERY MEDICAL CHECK UP CHILDREN GO TO AS THEY GROW.

AISD employee on administrative leave after complaints of inappropriate behavior

Amarillo ISD has placed one of their employees on an administrative leave after receiving complaints of inappropriate behavior involving the employee.

  Panhandle cities enter HGTV contest in hope of winning entire town makeover

Cities throughout the Panhandle have created submission videos for a chance to be featured on a HGTV series where they give not one home, but the town a makeover.

  City of Amarillo looking to make downtown parking updates

The Downtown Amarillo parking garages are seeing major success this fiscal year.

  Amarillo’s Community Emergency Response Team prepares for potential disasters

From fires to tornadoes, the Amarillo Area Office of Emergency Management has a program that will prepare others for any emergency or natural disaster.

  Officials working SWAT situation on I-40 in Wheeler County

Officials are working a SWAT situation in Wheeler County.

Check Randall and Potter County early voting numbers here

Early voting is underway for the March 3 primary election.

  Save a life, help out area schools at Coffee Memorial Blood Center blood drive

Donors can give blood at the center, located at 7500 Wallace Blvd. and a receive a t-shirt, a coupon for one free shaved ice from Bahama Bucks and a coupon for a free game at Western Bowl.

  Amarillo Police Department arrested wanted man for aggravated assault warrant

Amarillo Crime Stoppers need your help finding a man wanted for aggravated assault charges.

School closings and delays for Thursday

The winter weather in the area has caused some school closings and delays.

1 hurt in one-vehicle crash on Amarillo Boulevard

APD said the crash was on Amarillo Boulevard West between Grace Lane and Plum Creek Drive.

  Above and Beyond: Pastor’s wife making an impact beyond the church doors

This week's Above and Beyond takes us to a church near downtown Amarillo, where the pastor's wife is nominated for her service to their church and the community.

FIRST ALERT: Snow potential late tonight and tomorrow morning

The First Alert Weather Team is tracking an upper level system that will meet up with colder air by tomorrow night.

  Amarillo airport accommodating international travelers with nation’s first translation devices

THE RICK HUSBAND AMARILLO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IS THE *FIRST* AIRPORT *NATIONWIDE* TO PURCHASE TRANSLATION DEVICES THEMSELVES. SOME LARGER AIRPORTS HAVE A HUMAN TRANSLATOR, OR SIMILAR DEVICES IN THEIR VIP LOUNGE AREAS. THESE DEVICES WERE SO NECESSARY THEY CAME OUT OF THE AIRPORT EXPENSES.

  Amarillo man wins prestigious award for works preserving Texas history

A man in Amarillo wins a prestigious award, honoring his work of preserving history in the area.

  Amarillo first responders train on active shooting protocol

Amarillo first responders are training this month how to respond if there is an active shooter.

River Road ISD celebrates offering Career Technology Education programs for high school students

River Road ISD celebrates CTE month

  Man arrested after leading APD officers on high speed chase Monday night

A man was arrested after he led Amarillo Police Department officers on a high speed chase through the West Hills and San Jacinto areas.

  Amarillo police arrest man for 2017 hit and run death

The Amarillo Police Department has arrested a man for a 2017 hit-and-run that left one man dead.

  P.E.T.S. Clinic sees heartbreaking amount of dogs with Parvo

Canine Parvovirus has remained one of the most costly in terms of treatment in Amarillo.

  Deadline to register for Firefighter Civil Service Entrance Exam coming up

The deadline to register for the Firefighter Civil Service Entrance Exam is coming up.

  Wanted man captured by APD while at Municipal Court

Randall County Sheriff’s Office said 22-year-old James Childs Jr. is facing the felony charge.

  7-year-old girl donates hard earned money to Shamrock Meals on Wheels

A little Samnorwood girl donates all of her money to Shamrock meals on wheels after they lost their building to a fire.

  City of Amarillo GPS tracking system sees success in cutting costs

City of Amarillo's GPS tracking system seeing success.

City of Canyon to update construction regulations as population grows

The city of Canyon is growing not only in housing development, but also in population.

  Amarillo Community Market taking vendor applications for 2020 season

The Amarillo Community Market is seeking food, produce, art and craft vendors for the fifth season of the Center City market.

  APD begins public safety campaign for traffic awareness, resolving citations

The Amarillo Police Department is beginning their 10-day Public Safety Campaign today focusing on traffic awareness and education, as well as court compliance to resolve citations and cases.

  New Mexico Human Services Department announces new mobile location in Clayton

The New Mexico Human Services Department has announced the addition of their new Income Support Division mobile location in Clayton, N.M. to assist Union County residents.

  'We’re looking for a culture change in Amarillo’: Andrea’s Project asks for help in combating underage drinking

'We’re looking for a culture change in Amarillo’: Andrea’s Project asks for your support today at City Hall

  Early voting for March primary elections begins today in Texas

There are many races on the ballot to determine who will advance to the November general election for local, state and federal levels.

  2 Pampa minors suffering burn injuries in possible gas explosion Sunday

Pampa Fire Department responded to a possible gas explosion injuring two minors Sunday afternoon.

Shamrock Meals on Wheels asking for monetary donations in hopes of getting new building

As the Shamrock community begins to rebuild after the fire that destroyed the community center, Meals on Wheels is asking for monetary donations in hopes of having their own building for the program.

Missing autistic 12-year-old boy found safely

The Amarillo Police Department has found a missing autistic child safe.

  Amarillo Meals on Wheels program sees client increase after relocation

With a recent relocation from downtown to the medical district, Meal on Wheels of Amarillo has seen a significant increase in its clients.

World-renowned horse veterinarian joins Texas Tech School of Veterinary Medicine as associate dean

Renowned horse expert and veterinarian Britt Conklin has been hired as the new Associate Dean for Clinical Programs.

  TxDOT hosting open house for proposed I-27 project between Amarillo, Canyon

A TxDOT press release said the project is planned from Western Street to the U.S. 60/U.S. 87 interchange.

  14-year-old killed in ATV crash over the weekend in Castro County

The Texas Department of Public Safety said Sunday about 5:15 p.m., the boy was driving north in a Polaris Ranger Pro Star ATV on Country Road 527 at an unsafe speed on rough dirt road conditions, just east of Nazareth.

  YouTube videos offer Amarillo patients a sigh of relief during ER discharge process

A Northwest Texas Healthcare System ER doctor believes he has created a solution to help make patient discharge easier.

  Americans who left cruise trade one quarantine for another

A group of Americans are cutting short a 14-day quarantine on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in the port of Yokohama, near Tokyo, to be whisked back to America.

  Amarillo area lane closures

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

  Motorcycle accident sends 1 man to hospital with life threatening injuries

An 18-year-old man was driving a Ducati motorcycle Northbound on Soncy when the Ducati struck a Toyota Sequoia.

  Weather Outlook: Monday is looking like the last warm day of the week

Monday highs will peak in the upper 50s to lower 60s. Expect sunny skies and light winds.

Rockets strike near US Embassy in Baghdad; no injuries

The attack was the latest in a recent series of rocket and mortar strikes on Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops.

  Amarillo businesses: opening new doors, moving locations, shutting down

A stretch of 34th Avenue in Amarillo is seeing a lot of action in the business world this month.

Third student-runner dies after struck by speeding truck in Okla.

Kolby Crum was among seven members of the Moore High School cross-country team who hit by the truck while they were running on a Moore sidewalk on Feb. 3.

Potter County and City of Amarillo backing St. Anthony’s Hospital Project

Potter County also backing St. Anthony's Hospital project along with the City of Amarillo.

Shamrock Meals on Wheels program seeking help after fire burned community center

The Shamrock Meals on Wheels program is asking for help from the community after the fire that burned down the Shamrock Community Center.

Hutchinson County man caught after evading arrest during traffic stop

A Hutchinson County man, with warrants for his arrest, was detained and arrested today after running from police.

  Community members of San Jacinto neighborhood uniting for change

AFTER DECADES OF A DECLINE.. MANY IN SAN JACINTO ARE COMING TOGETHER TO CLEAN UP THE COMMUNITY AND MAKE IT SAFER.

  Amarillo Community of Sisterhood spends Valentine’s Day with veterans

Many veterans were celebrated today thanks to a local community group.

  Amarillo League of Women Voters distributes 8,000 voter guides for public

Members of the League of Women Voters have been working on distributing 8,000 voter guides for the March 3 primary election to numerous locations in Amarillo and Canyon over the past few days.