AMARILLO -- The moratorium on digital billboards in Amarillo is apparently over. The first off-site digital billboard went up last week in east Amarillo with more expected in the near future. This comes following years of legal wrangling and efforts from outdoor companies to get the permits necessary to convert. The city had an outright ban
The Randall Lady Raiders sweep the Caprock Lady Longhorns 3-0 in district volleyball action.
AMARILLO -- If you're a Suddenlink customer some channels on your TV may no longer be available. Officials with Suddenlink say they can't reach a pricing agreement with Viacom corporation. Some channels that may be affected include Comedy Central, MTv, Vh1, and Nickelodeon. Those cuts will happen as of midnight Tuesday. They say instead they're adding
CLOVIS -- Some road construction in Clovis could affect your commute this week. Officials say ash street between 7th and 9th, 8th street between Walnut and Ash street, and 9th street between Walnut and Hickory will all be affected. They say expect construction for the rest of the week.
CANYON -- The West Texas A&M Police Department are investigation claims of a sexual assault. According to campus police, they were notified of the alleged assault early Monday morning. The victim says the assault happened in Guenther Hall late Sunday night. The case will be turned over to the Randall County DA's office once the investigation is complete.
BUSHLAND -- Bushland Schools were placed on a lock-out today. School officials say it was caused by a domestic dispute involving parents of a student with the school district. The school says none of the campuses or students were ever threatened. It was just a precaution. Students were not allowed outside the buildings and no one was allowed in the
AMARILLO -- The cost of repairs to the Civic Center following multiple floodings back in June continues to climb. Today the city council approved another $50,000 in repairs for flooring. The areas to be repaired with this are the auditorium, locker rooms, and dressing rooms. The money to pay for it will be coming from the cities insurance settlement.
AMARILLO -- Every dog that leaves the Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare Office will soon be micro chipped. The final reading of the ordinance approving that passed by a 3-0 vote today. That means once in effect all dogs adopted out or impounded must have the chip before going home.
AMARILLO -- A person steps on the gas instead of the brake and that lands them in a bank in Southwest Amarillo. Amarillo Police were called out to the Wells Fargo on South Washington. They say a woman was parking at the bank, she hit the gas instead of the brake and crashed into the bank. No one was seriously
AMARILLO -- Students from Rogers Elementary school and their parents toured a new part of the school tonight. As part of the school bond passed in 2013, they've got a new wing that includes eight new classrooms. That wing will be named in honor of Clive Cline. He served AISD for many years including a lot of that time at
DALLAS -- A Texas hospital patient has tested positive for Ebola, making the patient the first case diagnosed in the United States. The test was conducted at the state public health laboratory in Austin. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the positive result. The patient is an adult with a recent history of travel to West Africa. The
BORGER -- Long time Borger High School Coach E.J. Jeep Webb is presending a donation to the Borger High School cross country team. The donation comes from the proceeds of the Jeep Webb 5K and Fun Run hosted by the BHS Class of 94 in honor of Coach Webb. As a part of their 20th reunion in June, the Class
UPDATE 3:33 P.M. -- The pedestrian involved in this accident has been identified. He remains hospitalized with serious but not life-threatening injuries. Alcohol and the pedestrian violation are the contributing factors in this accident, and no charges will be filed against the driver. AMARILLO -- Amarillo Police drove upon a wreck Monday night. Police report that the pedestrian walked out
Good Tuesday afternoon. With an upper level low slowly lumbering out over the Great Plains, instability will be in place to cause another day of thunderstorms. Some of the storms will be strong to occasionally severe with hail, high winds, and heavy downpours. The best odds for rain will be east of a dryline extending from north to south across
PAMPA -- Pampa Police and CVS are teaming up to offer a prescription drug take back program through a secure drop box inside the Police Department lobby at 201 W. Kingsmill in Pampa. The collection unit allows anyone with unwanted or expired medication to dispose of it, 24 hours a day, simply by placing the medication inside the collection unit.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich announced that 11 community colleges in New Mexico will receive $14,999,863 in federal funding to provide innovative training programs, in partnership with local businesses, to help New Mexican adults advance into high-wage careers. The funding, provided under Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) competitive grant program, will
AMARILLO -- Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help with this week’s “Crime of the week”. On September 27th after 3 a.m., a convenience store at 5409 Amarillo Blvd East was robbed by knife-point. If you have any information about this or any other crime, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at (806) 374-4400 or submit a tip online at amapolice.org . If your
PAMPA -- Pampa Police responded to a motorcycle wreck at 8:30 p.m. Monday night at the 1100 block of W. 19th Ave. The driver was not wearing a helmet and was taken by Lifestar to Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo. The driver is listed in stable condition at this time. 19th between Faulkner and Sumner will be closed between 1
Voters will return to the polls in a little over a month, and one race on the ballot is for 13th District Congressman. Mac Thornberry has held that position since 1995. This time around he's facing small business owner Mike Minter. But many voters may know little or nothing about Thornberry's democratic opponent because he is doing little or no advertising.
AMARILLO -- Amarillo's Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) is celebrating a major milestone. You may have seen the billboards and commercials touting the success of the AEDC. But, who's paying for it? And, does it benefit the city as a whole? The AEDC is spending $125,000 on the promotional campaign to let the people of