Hello and good Monday morning folks. After the frigid weekend, the weather stays cold today but not quite as bad. We have some freezing fog to start the day, with occasional freezing drizzle as well. Most of the roads will be dry but a few slick spots could remain so keep that in mind when you head out. Today, breezy
AMARILLO -- The city of Amarillo will conduct a grant application workshop for agencies, community organizations and any other interested party considering applying for grant funding. They're talking about funding that comes from The Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership Programs. That workshop is March 2nd at 2 pm at City Hall in room 306. The deadline for
AMARILLO -- Jersey Mike's Subs is teaming up with Children's Miracle Network of Amarillo for their Month of Giving fundraising campaign. Throughout the month of March, you can make a donation to the Children's Miracle Network at Jersey Mike's, which is located on Georgia. On March 25th, the restaurant will donate 100% of the day's sales to CMN. The money
AMARILLO -- A head-on collision leaves two Amarillo men with life-threatening injuries. It happened February 28th just after 2 am on the 3300 block of East Amarillo Boulevard. Police say Manuel Irlas, 49, crossed the center lane, driving into on-coming traffic and hit Marcos Saenz, 43. Both drivers were taken to a local hospital in serious conditions. Police say speed
AMARILLO -- It was day of good food.. for a good cause. Many headed to St. Ann's Catholic Church to feast on the 24th annual dinner. We're told the event was all about bringing the community together, and also raising money for St. Ann's Catholic Church's groundskeeping and maintenance, as well as upkeep of the building, including future expansion projects.
Big Second Half Propels No. 4 Lady Buffs to 99-67 Victory on Senior Day CANYON, Texas – A total of 58 points in the second half by the No. 4/5 West Texas A&M women’s basketball team sparked it to a 99-67 victory over visiting Eastern New Mexico Saturday afternoon. With the win, WT won its 15 th -straight game
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AMARILLO -- The Civic Center has been taken over, by cars. The Panhandle Council of Car Club's is hosting the 31st Annual Make-A-Wish Car Show. The event features more than 300 cars of all different shapes, sizes and colors. Organizers say this event kicks off car season, which begins in March. In the past, the show has raised more than
AMARILLO -- If you were out on Soncy, you may have seen something you don't see everyday. Open Carry Texas had it's first open carry walk in Amarillo. Open Carry Texas President and CEO CJ Grisham tells us the open carry rally was to raise awareness of their rights here in the Lone Star State. He tells us it's a
AMARILLO -- Some people had a different kind of workout this weekend, and let's just say, it involved a lot of stairs. It's called the Chase Tower Run. It benefits the Brandy Lee Leard Memorial Scholarship. Starting from the bottom of Amarillo's tallest building, runners made their way to the top, where they were treated to a post-race brunch.
AMARILLO -- Some people are getting quality exercise while helping out a good cause. An all-star group of fitness instructors hosted a 10 hour indoor cycling event. It 's called Survival Fest, and it helps raise money for cancer research here on the high plains. 24 Hours in the Canyon Event Direct Ryan Parnell says, "we have 24 Hours in
AMARILLO -- The Salvation Army already houses so many people when the area has cold and snowy weather. But today, they were making room for more. Around lunchtime, the Greyhound bus station called and asked if they could house an additional 50 people. This is an addition to 238 people they housed last night. Some of the accommodations they made
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AMARILLO -- Expect to see some people packing heat tomorrow in Amarillo. The group "Open Carry Texas" is planning a demonstration on the corner of Soncy and Westgate Parkway. Armed members will be walking along the street trying to bring attention to their efforts to legalize the open possession of handguns. Their walk begins at three in the afternoon. At
AMARILLO -- Amarillo Police received more than 70 accident calls since 6:00 this morning. They believe a lot of them have something in common, the weather. As of around 4:00, the department responded to 72 accident calls, most of which were minor. Cpl. Jerry Neufeld with the Amarillo Police Department says ,"probably because of road conditions a little bit, speed
AMARILLO -- Just because it's cold outside doesn't mean you have to skip a workout. There's a way you can get in some exercise and help out a good cause at the same time. An all-star group of fitness instructors are hosting a 10 hour indoor cycling event to benefit the Harrington Cancer tomorrow at the Amarillo Town Club from
AMARILLO -- One person is dead after a house fire in clovis. Clovis Police say it happened on Saturday morning. Construction was being done on the home. Fire officials don't know the cause yet, but have ruled it accidental. An autopsy shows the person died of smoke inhalation. Because there was no electricity in the house at the time. The
AMARILLO -- As you get your tax return, many plan to make some sort of big purchase soon. But there are steps you need to take before you commit. Janna Kiehl with the Better Business Bureau says you need to start by doing some research. Kiehl says you can call the BBB and make sure you are dealing with an
AMARILLO -- Human trafficking is an everyday year problem throughout the U.S., including right here in Amarillo. Local law enforcement officers and members of human trafficking prevention programs held a training seminar Friday afternoon. Officials discussed key issues on how to help victims of human trafficking. Members say their goal is to educate the community on the issue. Director of
AMARILLO -- A man is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after a crash crash early Friday morning. It happened just before 2 a.m. on the Canyon E-Way near Georgia. Officials say the driver was intoxicated and speeding. He lost control, skidded off the highway and crashed into a median.