Amarillo and Canyon High Schools Receive Donations from United Supermarkets' to Project Graduation
Project Graduation is a program coordinated and offered by many high schools and consists of adult-supervised, alcohol-free graduation parties. The program, originally piloted in 1980,...
Representative Thornberry on the G-8 Summit
House Intelligence Committee Member Mac Thornberry (R-TX) talked about the G-8 Summit in Northern Ireland, leaks from the National Security Agency surveillance program and a...
Netflix to Debut Original 'Shrek' Series as Part of DreamWorks Deal
Shrek is coming to the small screen, as part of a deal Netflix struck with DreamWorks Animation.
Home Building Rose 7% In May
The rise was almost all attributed to a jump in buildings with five or more housing units.
Farm Service Agency County Committee Nomination Period Open
Farmers, ranchers and landowners are encouraged to nominate candidates to serve on their local FSA county committee by the August 1 deadline.
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- Amarillo Library to Offer ESL Classes
Cocaine and Meth Seized on I-40
Nearly 2.4-Million dollars worth of meth and cocaine is seized in Carson County.
- Frontrunner Romney Continues To Come Under Fire In SC
- Gallup Gives Romney 23 Point GOP Lead Nationally
- Uncertainty Over Texas' Maps Dampens Fundraising
Addicted to the Internet
New research shows similar brain irregularities in heavy internet users and those addicted to drugs or alcohol.
Kid Has A Dream
6-year-old boy organizes MLK Day parade.
No More PJs?
Louisiana politician wants to ban the wearing of pajamas outside of the home.
- Huntsman Leaves GOP Presidential Race, Endorses Romney
- Study: Smaller Entrees Encourage Kids To Eat More Produce
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State and National
"Shameful Day for Washington"
Supporters of new gun safety measures vow to continue their campaign.
The Healing Begins
As the investigation of the Boston Marathon explosions continue, a city on edge starts to heal.
Campaign Accounts Help Texas Legislators Pay Staffers
Texas taxpayers pay the salaries of the legislative staffers who work for Sen. Kirk Watson, D-Austin. Since 2006, Watson has added to those salaries with some...
Zerwas Proposes Alternative to Medicaid Expansion
Amid hours of testimony from advocates in support of Medicaid expansion on Tuesday, state Rep. John Zerwas, R-Simonton, described his proposal to create an alternative program...
Details Released in Ricin Letters
Poisoned letters sent to President Obama and Senator Wicker appear to be from same source.
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Pets & Pot
The number of pets accidentally ingesting marijuana has spiked in Colorado.
Coolest Cat in School
High school adopts classroom kitty as unofficial mascot.
Police Chief Forced to Resign
Police chief resigns after woman accuses him of offering to let her go in exchange for naked pictures.
Caught on Cam: TSA Agent Attacked
Homeless woman accused of attacking a TSA agent.
Deputies in South Carolina are trying to find the parents of a toddler left in a stroller on a doorstep overnight.
Two teenagers have been charged with robbing a woman in a wheelchair.
Colorado is about to get its first two Marijuana tourism companies. Their mission is to lure out-of-state tourists in to town to take advantage of...
Hillsborough County officials ordered houses next to the deadly sinkhole site in Seffner condemned and unfit to live.
Crime Doesn't Pay
An armed robbery suspect in Arizona, had guns pulled on him, twice.
2-Cent Electric Bill
Louisiana woman thinks 2 cent electric bill is an April Fool's prank.
Following its Easter services, more than $40,000 stolen from a Michigan church.
Kentucky State Police announced arrests were made in connection to homes were burglarized while the homeowner was attneding the funeral of a loved one.
Oil Soaked Neighborhood
An estimated 2,000 barrels of crude oil rushed from a ruptured pipeline soaking a neighborhood.
Wild turkeys flock to woman's backyard.
35 Years on the Run
Fugitive rapist captured after more than three decades.
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