NASA - Largest Ever Group Of Female Astronauts
According to NASA, it is the highest percentage of female astronaut candidates ever selected for a class.
Turn Center Hosting Camp Summer Fun
Over the next three weeks, the Turn Center will hold different camps for children.
Amarillo ISD Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees 6/17/13
AISD will host a regular meeting of the board of trustees at 6 p.m., today at the Board Room, Amarillo ISD Education Support Center, 7200...
Amarillo ISD Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees 6/17/13
AISD will host a special meeting of the board of trustees at 5:30 p.m., today at the Board Room, Amarillo ISD Education Support Center, 7200...
AgriLife Research: Wheat Producers Have Another Aphid Control Tool
Dr. Jerry Michels, AgriLife Research entomologist in Amarillo, and Johnny Bible, research assistant, are conducting a study on control of small grain aphids with seed-applied...
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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
- BNSF Engineers Find More Damage to SH 70 Overpass
Pampa Bridge Damage Update
TxDOT says the part of SH 70 under the overpass damaged earlier this week is now closed.
Homework Lab Opens Monday
If you or your kids need a little extra help on homework this week, the Amarillo library's got you covered.
Potter-Randall Democratic Club Banquet
Local Democrats converged on one Amarillo restaurant Saturday night.
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State and National
South Texas Irrigation District Almost Tapped Dry
Under the terms of the Treaty of Feb. 3, 1944 -- also called the "Treaty of the Utilization of Waters of the Colorado and Tijuana Rivers and...
Boston: Intelligence Failures?
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill want to know what the FBI knew about the Tamerlan Tsarnaev, and when they knew it.
Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, Lawmaker
You don't have to be rich to be a state legislator in Texas, but it doesn't hurt.
Agenda Texas: The Legacy of George W. Bush
The George W. Bush Presidential Center will be officially dedicated Thursday on the Southern Methodist University campus in Dallas. Dignitaries from across the political world will be on hand...
Digging for Hoffa
Cleveland tavern owner thinks remains of Jimmy Hoffa could be inside his walls.
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King of the Jungle...On Your Plate?
exotic taco restaurant faces criticism for adding lion meat to the menu.
Trapped For Days
Man spends two days in twisted wreckage after truck crash.
One Tough Puppy
Tiny pup survives weeks locked in abandoned car.
Man goes for drunken ride on Zamboni inside Oklahoma City arena.
"Pencil Gun" Suspension
Second grader suspended from school after pointing pencil at another student and making gun noises.
Caught on Cam: Daycare Beatings
Daycare workers facing charges after posting videos showing child-on-child violence.
Teen Survives Shark Attack
Surfer says he's mad about missing waves.
Hundreds of pounds of explosives stolen from Montana National Forest Service facility.
Soaring Toward History
California pilot hopes to become youngest to circumnavigate the globe alone.
Dog Finds Dog Tags
Dog tags unearthed by inquisitive dog returned to Korean War veteran.
Snake crashes Florida couple's wedding ceremony.
Back From the Dead
Woman declared dead after disappearing in 2002 found alive and well.
Mailbox Acid Bomb
Chemical bomb explodes in couple's mailbox; police call it a "prank".
Mom Accused of Cancer Hoax
Alabama woman accused of faking son's illness to solicit donations.
Creepy Homework Questions
A substitute teacher in Oklahoma has been let go for questionable geometry questions involving Ted Bundy and "Creepy John".
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