HOLLYWOOD -- Ryan Gosling is giving us another reason to swoon and all he had to do is eat cereal. Need another reason to love him? Listen up and grab tissues. Filmmaker Ryan McHenry made a viral video called *Ryan Gosling won't eat his cereal. He spliced together Gosling's movies with a spoonful of cereal. Two years ago -- doctors
AMARILLO -- May is Building Safety Month. This is a public safety awareness campaign to help idividuals, families and businesses what it takes to create safe, affordable and energ-efficient homes and buildings. Each week, the city will spotlight a specific area of building safety. This week's theme is don't get burned. Other themes throughout the month include bounce back faster
CNN -- An Oklahoma man and Vietnam veteran got the surprise of his life. He thought he was attending a work meeting. Instead, the gathering was to honor his military service. On a typical day, you'll find Fred Shultz out mowing for the city of Guthrie. The 72 year old has worked for the city parks department for three years.
Good Wednesday afternoon everyone. Another round of strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible later today across the Eastern Panhandles and Western Oklahoma. Large hail, damaging downburst winds, and heavy rain will be the main hazards. A tornado threat will also exist along the Stateline and points east. Don't let your guard down; if a thunderstorm is close to you,
HEATLH -- Nearly everyone has those "down days," but there are ways to naturally boost your mood. Most of us have those days when nothing seems to go right. But it is possible to turn your mood around when you are feeling out of sorts without food drink or drugs. You exercise regularly get enough zzzz's and follow a healthy
AMARILLO -- National Teacher of the Year Shanna Peeples will be fatured on a popular television show May 7th. She will be featured on Rachael Ray with 2nd Lady Dr. Jill Biden as a taste tester. Peeples is spending the next year traveling the country to encourage and advocate for other teachers. She is the first teacher from Texas to
AMARILLO -- Early voting totals are in for the 2015 general elections. Potter County had 2,590 early voters. Randall County had 5,402 early voters. Officials tell us Tuesday was the busiest day for early voting in both counties. The city is on pace to top 16,000 votes, including early voting and election day, which is about the same as 2011 when
FRITCH -- Amy Klause is recognized as Mrs. Baird's Teacher on the Rise. Every month Mrs. Baird recognizes a teacher in the Panhandle. Amy was chosen this month for her great work for the students of Sanford Fritch Elementary. She was surprised this morning during Teacher Appreciation Week.
HEMPHILL COUNTY -- Juan Luis Valenzuela is booked into Hemphill County for his alleged involvement in a hit and run late last year. The Hemphill County Sheriff's Office says Valenzuela supposedly ran from the scene of an accident that he allegedly caused in November of 2014.
GARLAND -- New information emerges about the Sunday night shooting in Garland, and the two men who tried to carry out the attack. Law enforcement officials are turning up chilling details. The two long guns, and four handguns, Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofie carried far outgunned the security guard at the entrance of the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland. The
AMARILLO -- Sales tax revenue is up about $400,000 for the month compared to last year, and more than $1,000,000 for the year versus last year. For the City Sales and Use Tax Comparison Summary from the Texas Comptroller, click here .
AMARILLO -- Amarillo ISD names their Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year. James Russell from Wills Elementary School and Tim Bryant from Crockett Middle School are the 2015 winners. The search began in January when 54 campus teachers of the year were selected. In March, AISD named six finalists. Not including the winners, finalists for the Elementary Teacher of
6A El Paso Coronado vs Amarillo High (Friday 5 PM, New Mexico Junior College) 5A Dumas vs Lubbock Cooper (Friday 7 PM, Lubbock Cooper) Randall vs Abilene Cooper (Friday 7 PM, Lubbock Christian) Canyon vs Lubbock High (Friday 7:00 PM, Lubbock High) Plainview vs Hereford (Thursday 7 PM, Littlefield) 4A Perryton vs. Snyder (Friday 5 PM, Wayland Baptist University) Sweetwater
AMARILLO-- Texas property owners may be losing some protections when it comes to filing an insurance claim. A watchdog group has concerns about a bill making its way through the Texas legislature. Senate bill 1628 already passed the state senate. The house version will soon be debated. According to the group "Texas Watch", if signed into law, it would make
AMARILLO -- Corporal punishment is widely used in school districts in Texas. Some districts use it more liberally than others. In Amarillo ISD, corporal punishment is still used, but it's rare. Stan Chatman, District Discipline Coordinator says, "It's not the punishment of choice. Very few schools in AISD use it but we still have corporal punishment as a policy so
CANYON -- West Texas A&M was recently designated as a Purple Heart University, being recognized for all their work with veterans and active duty military. Today, U.S. Representative Mac Thornberry, R-Clarendon, wants honored WT for their work with veterans. Representatives from Thornberry's office presented a letter of congratulations to WT President J. Patrick O'Brien. "I think it's important for the
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma joins 44 other states in making texting while driving illegal. Governor Mary Fallin signed the bill 1965 today. The law will go into effect November 1. A violator could face a fine of up to $100. The bill was inspired after two troopers were struck by a vehicle back in January. The driver allegedly was updating
LUBBOCK -- Heavy rain led to flooding Monday night. There were still many flooded areas Tuesday. Some drivers were stranded. There were high-water rescues around the South Plains. Some areas got 5 inches of rain in just a few hours. Lightning hit some houses and businesses, leading to fires. Some roads remained closed Tuesday. Some schools and businesses delayed opening
COLLINGSWORTH COUNTY -- One man is dead after running off the road and hitting a tree. It happened early Monday morning in Collingsworth County west of Wellington. Troopers say 52-year-old Robert Campsey was driving westbound on FM 1056. Officials say he ran through a T-shaped intersection, hit a tree, and died at the scene. Campsey was not wearing his seat
CANYON-- A growing number of students and some updates are what have several area school districts looking to pass million dollar school bonds on Saturday. Canyon ISD has plans if their 34.8 million dollar bond passes. "A new intermediate school on the East side of I-27 and additional classrooms at City View Elementary and then some roof replacements," said April