AMARILLO -- Amarillo gas prices fell 6.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.53/g. The national average also continued to fall to $2.82/g after a 4.9 cents drop in the last week. “As we begin Thanksgiving week, Americans are gearing up to hit the road, and when they do, they'll be spending far less on their fuel bill
AMARILLO -- On Sunday evening, Amarillo Police responded to a stabbing in the 1600 block of N. Garfield. When police arrived, they found the victim with a stab wound to the head. Several witnesses told police that the suspect allegedly stabbed the victim and fled the scene on foot. The victim, 23-year-old Sal Ramirez, was taken to the
Hello and good Monday morning folks. This short work week will bring about a brief cool down before some unseasonably warm weather for the Thanksgiving holiday. As you're heading out this morning, be wary of slick spots on the highways, thanks to the rain and melting snow from Sunday afternoon. With below freezing temperatures through at least 9am, the bridges
AMARILLO-- Apps like Whisper, ask fm, and YikYak allow users to send pictures and talk to others, all while remaining anonymous. The majority of users are teens and counselor Kaye Renshaw says she is seeing the affects. "We see fear, we see trauma, we see depression, we see suicidal kids," said Renshaw. For the victims, being mentioned on these apps
AMARILLO -- The sacrifices the men and women who serve our country make are far from over for some when they return home. We introduced you to Mark Patterson a couple of weeks ago and shared his battle with PTSD. Gabby is a Black Russian Terrier who came a long way to stand by veteran Mark Patterson's side. Mark says,
AMARILLO -- Right now churches, businesses, warehouses and homes across the city are being transformed into collection spots for Operation Christmas Child. These collection sites are hoping to get 18,000 gift-filled shoe boxes for needy kids in the area. It's all part of Operation Christmas Child's National Collection Week, and time is running out. The deadline to donate is November
AMARILLO -- One man is dead is after a shooting at a local club. Police were sent out to the Paradise Club after getting a call about shots being fired and a possible victim down in the parking lot. Witnesses told police that a suspect approached 19-year-old Eric Smith and shot him in the head. Smith was taken to the
Area Playoff Round Scores: 6A Tascosa-28 Odessa Permian-49 5A Palo Duro-17 El Paso Del Valle-39 Randall-49 El Paso Andress-33 2A Gruver-13 Seagraves-47
PORTALES -- The Director of Student Life at Eastern New Mexico University, Draco Miller, has been named "National Advisor of the Year" by campus activities magazine. He released a statement about the award saying: "I am humbled and grateful for the honor of being named National Advisor of the Year. This honor was a shock."
AMARILLO -- A local university is placed among the top 25 online colleges in the state. The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is the 24th ranked online college in Texas. The evaluations are based upon the cost of tuition, academic support, retention and graduation rates and the diversity of course and program offerings. They are the only health sciences
CIMARRON COUNTY -- Cimarron County Oklahoma law enforcement agencies are asking for your help to identify a suspect in multiple recent business burglaries. Anyone that may recognize the individual in the photos shown are asked to contact the Cimarron County Sheriffs Department.
A new transmission line is in the works for Gray and Donley Counties. Cross Texas Transmission plans to build the new line to integrate additional wind energy resources from the Salt Fork Wind company. The proposed transmission line will connect the Gray SubStation, just southwest of Lefors, and Salt Fork Winds proposed substation in Donley County. It will be close
AMARILLO -- An Amarillo man is dead after a traffic accident November 21st, a little more than five miles west of the city. According to officials, Alexey Tevkun, 30, was heading west at an unsafe speed. They say he lost control and drove into a ditch. The car went broadside and hit a culvert causing it to roll over on
AMARILLO -- We may be a month or so away from Christmas, but one area boy had his holiday wish granted. Ol' Saint Nick made his way to Westgate Mall, and he wasn't alone. Make-A-Wish teams up with the mall each year to have a a kid come out and bring Santa. Wish manager Lilly Walker tells us, "his name
AMARILLO -- "You can come out of the shadows and get right with the law," President Obama said last night while addressing a new immigration plan. It provides deportation relief for more than four million undocumented immigrants. "That means that the government, or U.S. Department of Homeland Security will not be able to pick you up and deport you from
New research reveals exercise programs don't benefit all people with type-2 diabetes. Doctors often recommend more physical activity, and other lifestyle changes, for diabetics. But the study showed 15 to 20 percent of patients who exercised had no improvements in blood sugar, insulin sensitivity or fat-burning abilities. Experts say this resistance may be genetic and could be handed down for
Hall County -– A DPS Criminal Intelligence investigation with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office leads to the seizure of Meth, Cocaine, and Marijuana. On November 19, DPS Troopers pulled over 41-year-old Martin Torres in a 2012 GMC pickup on US 287 south of Memphis based on information of criminal activity. During the stop an investigation of the driver led
CLOVIS -- A tip leads to Clovis people finding persons of interest 22 year-old Lloyd Bagwell and 20 year-old Shannon Buckmaster in connection with the homicide case of Ariel Ulibarri. The duo were located in the 900 block of Mitchell Street. These two people are not suspects in the murder of Ariel Ulibarri at this point in the investigation, but
AMARILLO -- Great news for the lone star state unemployment is down. Last month the unemployment rate was at a little more than five-percent. That's down from September. In Amarillo, our rate is at 3.5-percent. Also slightly lower. That amounts to about 35,000 jobs added throughout the state. New Mexico is also reporting lower unemployment rates. Statewide, the rate is
GUYMON -- Two people are injured and a school evacuated after an explosion in Guymon. The explosion happened yesterday at the "DCP Gas Plant at Straight", 13-miles north of Guymon. Two workers are in critical condition at the burn unit in Lubbock. The cause of the explosion is unknown. Officials evacuated the Straight Elementary School, no one there was injured.