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The 34 degree temperature and brumous Saturday morning was the perfect backdrop for the annual Tri-State Open Chili Championship Cook-off at the Rex Baxter building... [Read More]
Since 2013, No Boundaries International has had a foothold in Amarillo. The organization partners with many local agencies to work against human sex trafficking, but... [Read More]
Despite the drizzly weather, a medium-sized fireworks storage warehouse ignited Monday afternoon in Potter County. Units from the Potter County Fire Department and the Amarillo... [Read More]
A contract employee at SSC Service Solutions on the campus of West Texas A&M University has been fired after what has been called a racially... [Read More]
USS Indianapolis Survivor, US Navy Veteran Cleatus Lebow will be honored Monday at the Embassy Suites Downtown in Amarillo. Sponsored by America – Celebrate, Honor... [Read More]
Four parts of a documentary, "Hidden Colors," will be screened for free over the next six weeks beginning Tuesday, September 25 at the Historical Black... [Read More]
Head to the Amarillo Civic Center for lunch this afternoon and support the Amarillo Police Department's Employee Benefit Fund."This is a great time for us... [Read More]
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Throngs of people take advantage of the scenery and the variety of food, and the lack of an admission charge at the Amarillo Tri-State Fair... [Read More]
Survey says the Hutchersons of Memphis, Texas, played the feud, the Family Feud game show in Hollywood, Calif.It was an arduous process for Dick Hutcherson,... [Read More]
Behind the rides, games and surplus of food at the 95th annual Tri-State Fair in Amarillo, youth from throughout the state are working hard to... [Read More]
At least 100 volunteers met at the Charles E. Warford Activity Center to take part in Amarillo's efforts on National Clean Up Day Saturday morning.It's... [Read More]
A gas leak Saturday morning caused a neighborhood in the 3800 block of Van Buren St. to be evacuated."A private contractor was digging while installing... [Read More]
Built as "Amarillo's number one family event since 1923," the Tri-State Fair is back in town.It's more than just games, rides and fair food. The... [Read More]
Randall County District Attorney James Farren surprised Canyon Police Department Officer Daniel Roach with the Above and Beyond award Friday afternoon in the Randall County... [Read More]
The death penalty: when it's applicable, when it's not and if the practice of state-sanctioned executions is just was up for debate Wednesday evening at... [Read More]
The Amarillo Independent School District school board voted unanimously and without debate to appoint Robin Malone to the Board of Trustees during a special meeting... [Read More]
Amarillo's ceremony marking the 17th anniversary of the East Coast terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 was solemn and celebratory of the lives lost.The Amarillo... [Read More]
Valero's Day of Giving brought together about 75 volunteers from Valero, Toot n' Totem and Heal the City to work on building HTC's Hope Garden... [Read More]
With sprawling acreage, rolling hills, fish stocked lakes, and many more amenities, the Trails at Tascosa Golf Club housing development are set to be a... [Read More]
Technically, there are still 18 days left of summer as fall begins Saturday, Sept. 22. However, Labor Day has come to be known as the... [Read More]
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