Good Saturday morning everyone. Today will see a few more peeks from the sun, allowing for a mix of upper 40s and low 50s, while Sunday (the first day of winter), will top out in the 50s. Now onto Christmas Week. Monday through Wednesday (Christmas Eve), looks to be pleasant with a blend of 50s and 60s. Christmas Day,
AMARILLO -- The amount of drug trafficking has increased after Colorado began selling legalized marijuana this year. DPS Senior Trooper Chris Ray says this is something they're seeing, not on major highways, but smaller ones like Highway 287. He says officials in the Dumas, Dalhart and Stratford area's misdemeanor arrests have dramatically increased. But when they find the drug, it's
The Canyon Lady Eagles edge out Amarillo High 27-21 in a defensive battle.
AMARILLO -- More than 100 Pantex volunteers celebrated Christmas while helping local families. The annual Pantex Christmas party was tonight. Volunteers hosted 58-families tonight with games, food, dancing, and a visit from Santa. It's all part of the Pantex Christmas Project. Pantex employees
AMARILLO -- Online solicitation involving children on social media happens more than people may think. There may not be ways to completely end it, but there are things you can do to prevent it. Whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Snap Chat or any other social media sites, with kids having such easy access to the web, Sergeant Brent Barbee tells
AMARILLO -- 30 kids were surprised with new bikes this morning. Academy Sports and Outdoors gives those bikes away, every year. The kids had to earn them. They had to have perfect attendance, good grades, and be a good citizen. The 15 girls and 15 boys were from Hillside Elementary. They also got helmets. Through this program, Academy will donate
VEGA -- Deaf Smith County Sheriffs Office and DPS arrested suspects today after a chase. The suspects drove off without paying for gas. The chase ended on FM 214 South of Co. Rd. 4 by Bootleg. The suspects were taken into custody without incident and booked into the Deaf Smith County Jail.
AMARILLO -- Every week we like to honor a hometown hero and today is no different. Tonight we're saluting Corporal J.J. Dewald of Amarillo. He served in the Marines. He's shown here with his daughter and wife. His familys says they are very proud of their hero and want to give him the recognition he deserves. From all of us
BORGER -- Borger Fire Officials have ruled the cause of an explosion that happened in October undetermined. You'll remember, the explosion happened at an apartment complex. Officials say 65-year-old Michael Parker died from injuries he got during that explosion. Officials say autopsy results were consistent with Parker's death.
SANTA FE -- New Mexico unemployment rate is down. Statewide, the unemployment rate is 6.4-percent. Curry County is down at 4.8-percent. Roosevelt County is down 4.5-percent. Overall, more than 14,000 jobs were added in New Mexico.
AMARILLO -- Our construction is finally complete, and you can see the complete changes this Sunday. Our new HD news will launch right here after the NFL game between the Seahawks and Cardinals on KAMR NBC 4. It'll launch and at 9 p.m. on KCIT Fox 14. We have new everything from cameras, to sets, to new production equipment, and
AMARILLO -- On Thursday, Potter County Sheriffs Deputies serving a felony arrest warrant at an apartment in the 1900 block of Gregory Dr. received information of drugs being sold from the same apartment. A search warrant was obtained by a narcotics division deputy for the apartment and about 72 grams of meth, valued at $7,200. No names will be
AMARILLO -- An early December investigation leads to the arrest of Terry Michael Burger for sexual assault of a child and online solicitation. Officials say an adult reported discovering text messages on the juvenile victim’s cell phone. The messages disclosed sexual contact involving an adult male. Detectives were also, by this time, conducting a second investigation into the suspect’s activities.
SPEARMAN -- An 18-wheeler, towing another semi-trailer, was traveling south on CR 3 when a SUV traveling West on CR R failed to yield to the 18-wheeler. The 18-wheeler hit the SUV on CR 3. The SUV then traveled onto private property located on the east side of CR 3 and came to final rest, facing southwest. The 18-wheeler then
AMARILLO -- Thursday evening, Amarillo Police responded to a possible burglary in progress by a couple in the 3300 block of SW 10th. The caller told police that two individuals were inside the residence and that he did not know who they were or why they were there. Officers asked the couple to come outside and talk to officers and
Don’t say this too loudly: The goods you buy online and through mail-order catalogs from out of state are not tax free. It’s just that the state has a hard time collecting the taxes that are due. Retailers do not pay sales taxes. Consumers do. Retailers just collect them and remit them to the state. And not all retailers are
A decision by the Paris City Council in March to ban smoking in public places, including restaurants, angered Brent McKee. A restaurant owner, McKee was thinking about the customers who enjoyed a cigarette or two while nursing their morning coffee. “I built this with my blood and sweat, and then they come in and they tell me what I can
AMARILLO -- The Salvation Army has been setting up all week to make this holiday season complete for some. Salvation Army Officer Major Harvey Johnson says, "We are assisting just under 16 hundred children as of today and that converts over to about 530 families. So, it's a pretty good size operation for us." The good news is that there
AMARILLO -- No failing school cafeteria scores are in this report. These schools got perfect scores at their recent health inspections: Bonham Middle School 12-2-14 City View Elementary 12-3-14 Eastridge Elementary 12-2-14 Lorenzo de Zavala Middle School 12-2-14 Pleasant Valley Elementary 12-1-14 San Jacinto Christian Academy 12-3-14 Western Plateau Elementary 12-2-14