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Two Texas Panhandle high school baseball players will have one last chance to shine today on a big stage before moving on to the next stage of their diamond careers. Comment?
Amarillo native Ryan Palmer was 10-over par through 11 holes as play was suspended Friday when it got too dark at the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. Comment?
Gov. Rick Perry vetoed 24 bills Friday. Among them were two that were near and dear to Sen. Kel Seliger, R-Amarillo, who expressed disapproval for the actions taken against Senate Bill 15 and House Bill 3509. Comment?
Rain may return to the Texas Panhandle this weekend, with a 20 percent chance for scattered thunderstorms Friday evening in Amarillo after 5 p.m., meteorologist said Justin Jackson, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service. Comment?
In your weekend TV Picks, fangbangers rejoice for the return of "True Blood," Fritch native Ron White proves unprofessional and an Amarillo native tries not to get "Chopped." Comment?
Less than 500 slots remain for Saturday's inaugural The Color Run Amarillo, and officials today discussed where the 12,000-plus participants and onlookers are asked to park. Comment?
"It's a huge accomplishment," said Gary Morganflash, AutoNation Chevrolet Cadillac general manager. Comment?
Welcome to The Color Run, the newest fad in running events that's coming to Amarillo on Saturday in a benefit for the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health. Comment?
Have you noticed that, for the most part, every time a rain cloud moves in close to Amarillo it parts and goes around us? I can remember back in the 1960s, we voted Republican for the first time and the Democrats closed our air base, supposedly in retaliation. Comment?
No big surprise here - yet another committee has registered with the city of Amarillo with the goal of putting the ban on using handheld cellphones while driving to a public vote. Comment?
A 4-10 start gave the impression the Amarillo Sox were in for a dismal season, but after going 9-2 in their last 11 games - including a 5-1 road stretch - the Sox are above .500 and threatening first place in the American Association South Division. Comment?
The Breast Center for Excellence at the Amarillo Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center will conduct breast cancer education and outreach events at several locations this month. Comment?
Sarah Velez said the house she and her husband, David, rent does not have a shelter. Comment?
It's not a real surprise that Amarillo High graduate Josh Woods will be suiting up for the West squad at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Oil Bowl at Memorial Stadium in Wichita Falls. Comment?
A woman was hospitalized Thursday evening after the SUV she was driving ended up on its top following a collision in west Amarillo, police said. Comment?
A federal judge sentenced an Amarillo man to a 35-year prison term Thursday in a November armed robbery at FirstBank Southwest. Comment?
Ryan Palmer reacts Thursday after putting on the seventh hole during the first round of the U.S. Open golf tournament at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. Comment?
Firefighters from Potter County Fire and Rescue and Washburn Volunteer Fire Department helped snuff a blaze that started in the median of US Highway 287 southeast of Amarillo Thursday afternoon. Comment?
A federal grand jury has indicted two men, including a suspect arrested recently in Lubbock on charges of robbing an Amarillo bank last month, with holding up two Hub City banks in May. A six-count indictment handed down Wednesday, June 12, accuses Gabriel Tenorio and Russell Eugene Heath of robbing the Lubbock National Bank branch at 4420 19th St. Comment?
Authorities in Potter and Burnet counties are searching for this week's featured Amarillo Crime Stoppers fugitive, Antonio "Rocky" Bustos, 34. A warrant for Bustos' arrest was issued for a parole violation Nov. 26 in Burnet County, Amarillo police Cpl. Comment?