City Approves Another Grant for Insurance Giant
AIG Getting $1 million for Expansion
Dealing with Car Storm Damage
AMARILLO -- The storm may have been almost a month ago, but many people in our area are still feeling the effects in their wallets.
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Amarillo's Top Stories
WT Names New Vice President for Student Affairs
Eddleman comes to WTAMU from Southern Utah University, where she has served as vice president for student services since 2007. She was one of three...
Babcock and Wilcox File Protesting the New Management Contract
B & W says they want the Government Accountability Office to look at the "fairness" of all of the proposals.
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Romney Losing Ground?
Latest polls show erosion of support in New Hampshire.
Update: One Killed in Motor Home Fire
Officials say a man and his dog died in a motor home fire in Randall County on Saturday afternoon.
Lack of security on mobile devices worries many tech experts.
- GOP Presidential Candidates Prep For New Hampshire
Website Picks Presidential Winners
Site collects and analyzes political opinion from Facebook.
- Romney Leads, Santorum Surges In National Poll
- Supreme Court to Hear Texas Redistricting Case
- Texas Museums Hit as Schools Take Fewer Field Trips
- State Fire Marshal Resigns as Arson Inquiry Begins
- Novartis Recalling Over-The-Counter Medicines
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State and National
Teens' Phone Charger Sparks Interest
Texas trio swamped with orders for rapid cell phone charges crafted from Altoid tins.
Some Tennessee judges crackdown on attorney dress, implementing a dress code.
Slammed by Storms
Wide swath of the East Coast recovers after damaging storms.
The 'Red Line'
There are reports that the Obama Administration has decided to send more firepower to Syria following new evidence proving that Syrian government used chemical weapons...
Lack of Revenue Limits Experimental Health Projects
Texas received federal approval in May to begin more than 1,100 experimental projects that could transform the way health care is delivered to the state's...
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Paintings With a Purpose
Artists use color and concrete canvas to bring beauty to downtown Phoenix.
Caught on Cam: Brutal Beating at Michigan Gas Station
Surveillance cameras capture attack at Michigan gas station.
Racy website "KU Boobs," told to stop selling merchandise with university logo.
Dementia Eyed in Tragic Death
Elderly woman run over by mower after falling in tall grass.
"Mommy, Mommy...He Shot the Kitty
Outrage after officer shoots sack of feral kittens as children look on.
When the Lights Go Out
Small Louisiana town implements community wide curfew for all its residents.
Horse Murder Mystery
South Florida horse owners on high alert after slaughtered horse is discovered in canal.
Lifetime of Love
At 99-years-old, Iowa couple celebrates nearly eight decades of marriage.
Good Samaritan Paralyzed
Man breaks neck diving into creek, but still manages to save young girl.
Dad "Scalps" Baby
Man accused of ripping off portion of infant's scalp during argument with wife.
Turkey Baster Saves Baby
Good Samaritan uses kitchen utensil to clear choking baby's airways.
Half-Million Dollar Heist
Security cameras show couple steal hundreds of thousands of dollars in merchandise from Kay Jewelry store.
Lighthouse Goes Dark
Iconic Maine lighthouse is without power...for now.
Soldier returning from Afghanistan meets newborn twin daughters for the first time.
No Laughing Matter
Extremely large clown-masked home invaders rob Tennessee drug dealer.
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