Friday Jul 25
Museum gets deactivated nuclear bomb
A military museum in the Texas Panhandle has acquired part of an inactive nuclear bomb on hand during the Cold War.
Atomic relic moves to Pampa
Workers push an inert B53 nuclear bomb casing to its new home at Pampa's Freedom Museum on Wednesday.
Judge: DNA doesn't help Skinner case
Convicted capital murder defendant Henry Watkins Skinner likely would have been convicted in a 1993 Pampa triple slaying even if his original defense attorney introduced DNA testing results from evidence recovered at the crime scene, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Hartley County man leads deputies on chase
A man eluded authorities after a Friday vehicle chase involving gunshots in Hartley County, but Sheriff Franky Scott said he was confident the man who fled from officers would be brought to justice.
Specialty Breast Care Coming To Pampa
Patients will be able to speak with experts about breast cancer, breast health and other topics.
Beilue: Good will helps Campseys recover from Fritch wildfire
Jim Campsey, 81, and son Clayton show off a repainted fountain, one of the few things that survived the Double Diamond Fire near Fritch that destroyed virtually all their possessions.
Pampa Gray County Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week: Three vehicles stolen
Crime Prevention Officer Brian Massey said sometime overnight on June 24, several people entered the service lot at Fenton Motors, 123 North Hobart Street, and stole three vehicles.