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"The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is providing an extensive farm bill educational effort in upcoming months," said agency experts in Amarillo.
Four churches are coming together for those in need in Downtown Amarillo. The First Baptist, Polk Street Methodist, First Presbyterian, and Central Church of Christ have been working several projects all week long, but they say they have much more to do.
Amarillo Police Department officers arrested a man Wednesday morning on a criminal trespass charge and recovered items stolen in auto burglaries, Cpl.
Two male suspects were apprehended after being seen prowling an Amarillo neighborhood in the early morning hours of July 9. At 2:18 a.m. on July 9, Amarillo police officers were dispatched to the 2100 block of SE 38th on someone prowling in the area.
At 4:20 a.m. on June 9, just west of Umbarger on Highway 60 a semi-truck rolled over, killing the driver.
With the commissioning of the 38th wind turbine at the South Kent wind farm in Ontario, Siemens has surpassed 10 GW of installed wind capacity in the Americas.
The Amarillo Fire Department and the Fire Marshal's office have released new information in teh Town Square Village fire.
Wing Wars is Saturday, October 18 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event benefits the Amarillo Montessori Academy and proceeds from Wing Wars will go towards building a gymnasium.
Amarillo City Council members heard reports at their Tuesday meeting on how the city is changing its approach to overseeing development and the impact of recent rains on water usage.
Two international powerhouses announced Tuesday they are teaming to build a wind farm in Carson County that could cost up to $422 million.
Turn that trash into something beautiful and useful! This fun activity boosts creativity for children.
Xcel Energy committed to supporting single parent families served by Buckner Family Place Amarillo with a gift totaling $8,000.
A fire at the Town Square Village Apartments construction site Monday evening devastated one nearly completed building of the planned complex.
The lawsuit named Beavers Gentlemen's Club, cheetahs and Babes Gentlemen's Club, and Amarillo businessman Behrooz Sadigh-Pour as defendants.
Reports show that 30% of veterans are diagnosed with PTSD. The psychiatric condition, also known as post-traumatic stress disorder, causes people to relive nightmares, have flashbacks, have difficulty sleeping, and feel detached or estranged from people after experiencing or witnessing a life threatening event.
We have reports that Town Square Village is burning in SW Amarillo. Fire crews are at the scene.
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Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 03:49 am
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