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The City of Amarillo can expect nearly 500 more refugees in 2014, and as of right now that number doesn't include any unaccompanied minors from the border.
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Traffic congestion in west Amarillo will soon get some relief. The Texas Department of Transportation plans to make some major changes to on and off ramps on I-40.
Harpole tells us a lot of these refugees are coming to bigger Texas cities, and then ending up in our area because of opportunity like jobs at meat packing plants.
Amarillo police are searching for man who threatened Walmart employees with a gun after being confronted by loss prevention personnel.
The thieves took a 5-foot tall safe from the home, cash from a vehicle parked in the garage, electronics, and other personal belongings.
The City of Refuge Outreach Ministry, a ministry of CORD, Inc., will be soliciting funds to help the homeless and impoverished in Amarillo.
The Amarillo Fire Department responded to a fire at the Amarillo Urology Building near 1901 Medi Park Dr. at 1:32 A.M. A total of six fire trucks arrived and twenty-six personnel were on scene.
A nearly $2.5 million budget is what the City of Amarillo is working with when it comes to the city's aging underground water system.
AMARILLO At the end of this month Jackie Kingston be going Over the Edge for Coffee Memorial Blood Center.
About 12:53 p.m., officers responded to a collision involving a motorcycle in the 6330 block of South Bell Street, Sgt.
Senator Kel Seliger, R-Amarillo, has been appointed co-chair of the Joint Interim Committee to Study Education for a Skilled Workforce.
At nearly 1 p.m. this afternoon, Amarillo police officers were dispatched to the 6330 block of S. Bell on a motorcycle versus motor vehicle collision.
Amarillo police arrested a man Sunday night on several charges and warrants after he allegedly attempted to run from police and tried to wrestle an officer's gun away during the arrest, police said.
There were no injuries reported in a Monday morning downtown traffic accident that ended with one vehicle off the road and another against a tree.
Estelline police confiscated $29,600 from Laura Dutton during a traffic stop and have since returned the money to her.
On July 20, at approximately 7:30 p.m., Amarillo police officers stopped a vehicle for traffic violations in the 4600 block of S. Crockett.
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 07:01 am
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