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Officials: Water to be shut off at Lake Meredith Harbor Wednesday

City of Fritch officials say that water will be shut off at Lake Meredith Harbor completely on Wednesday. This is a continuation of the block grant that is bringing new water lines to the area. The water will be shut off so that the construction crew can finalize tying the new lines in with the old.

KFDA - 2017-11-14 17:36:19

Multiple Crews Responding to Grass Fire in Armstrong County

ARMSTONG COUNTY - Multiple agencies are responding to a grass fire caused by a vehicle fire in Armstong County. According to the Armstong County Sheriff's Office, around 3:15 p.m. Thursday, crews received a call of a vehicle fire at CR Nine and Papa Road. Officials said crews have contained a small

MYHIGHPLAINS.COM - 2017-11-16 22:53:17

Several agencies battling grass fires in Armstrong County

Crews are working to contain two grass fires in Armstrong County. Officials say there were two fires that originally started from a vehicle fire where County Road 9 meets Papa Road. The smaller fire is mostly contained with some hot spots, but several agencies continue battling the larger fire. Fir

KFDA - 2017-11-16 22:29:01

Catholic Charities Hunger Project Accepting Turkey and Ham Donations

AMARILLO - Thanksgiving is the beginning of the giving season. There are some families in the area that would be thankful for your donation. The Catholic Charities Hunger Project is accepting donations of frozen turkeys and hams for Thanksgiving and Christmas, according to Nancy Turner of Catholic

MYHIGHPLAINS.COM - 2017-11-17 03:16:02

38th Annual Original Toy Run

Panhandle motorcyclists will hit the road for children for the the 37th annual original toy run benefiting the Salvation Army parade on Sunday, November 19, 2017. This annual toy run historically brings hundreds of toys and monetary contributions together to provide a merrier Christmas to hundreds o

MYHIGHPLAINS.COM - 2017-11-17 14:03:50

Happening on the High Plains 11/17/17

It's a chance for you to help hundreds of children across the high plains have a merrier Christmas this year. Panhandle motorists will hit the road for the 37th annual original toy run this Sunday. The event starts with a $5 pancake breakfast provided by the Pancake Station from nine to 11 in the mo

MYHIGHPLAINS.COM - 2017-11-17 12:12:06

Heal the City getting closer to expansion fundraising goal

As the Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation continues help Heal the City free health clinic move toward their expansion goals, they hope other organizations will follow in their footsteps. The Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation offered a matching challenge grant of $200,000 today to Heal the

KFDA - 2017-11-17 04:34:03

Heal the City Names Building for Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation

AMARILLO - Heal the City is on the right track to open a bigger & better facility. They will be able to do that thanks to generous donations made by Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation. That's why they are naming the new building after their biggest supporter. It is going to cost $5.4 million t

MYHIGHPLAINS.COM - 2017-11-17 00:23:37

Arrest made in Decatur convenience store shooting

Decatur police have arrested a man in connection to a weekend shooting at the Busy Bee convenience store at 1019 19th Ave. SE. The shooting call came in shortly before noon Saturday. Officers say a male was shot once in the chest. He was transported to Huntsville Hospital and is expected to make a c

WAFF - 2017-11-16 22:14:54

Gemstone Foods is moving into vacant plant

FLORENCE - For the first time in nearly three years, there's activity at the old Hillshire Farms processing plant located on South Seminary Street. The facility has been purchased by Gemstone Foods LLC, which has an operation and headquarters in Decatur, and is owned by an equity company in Jackson,

TIMES DAILY - 2017-11-17 06:15:00

Police: Man who fled scene of Beltline pileup jailed on bond revocations

A Decatur man police say caused a pileup involving 10 cars on Beltline Road near Old Moulton Road Southwest last week was jailed on two bond revocations Wednesday, jail records show. Steve Shackelford, 29, of 709 Vine St. N.W., was arrested on four charges, including felony leaving the scene of an

DECATUR DAILY - 2017-11-16 14:32:00

Decatur police searching for missing 72-year-old woman

Decatur police are searching for a woman who went missing after she left church Wednesday night. Charlotte Russell, 72, was last seen around 5:50 p.m. as she was leaving First Baptist Church in Decatur, police said. She was driving a white 2013 Honda CRV with tag number 52CY486, police said. There i

DECATUR DAILY - 2017-11-16 17:11:00

72-year-old reported missing in Decatur, last seen leaving church

A 72-year-old woman went missing after leaving church Wednesday night in Decatur. Charlotte Russell last was seen leaving First Baptist Church around 5:50 p.m., a Decatur police spokeswoman said in a news release. The church is at 123 Church St. N.E. Russell is described as 5 feet 6 inches and about

AL.COM - 2017-11-16 17:09:54

Decatur woman charged with stabbing at gas station

Decatur police charged a woman Thursday with a fight at a gas station that led to multiple woman being stabbed. Promise Genevea Sykes, 21, is charged with second-degree assault for the stabbing that happened Nov. 9 at Victory Fuels on west Moulton Street. Police said they responded to the stati

WAAY-TV - 2017-11-17 17:49:00

Man assaulted in fight dies in Decatur

A Decatur man has died following an assault earlier this month. The Decatur Police Department received a call of a disturbance Nov. 3 about 6 p.m. When they arrived they found a man injured and unconscious. The assault took place at the intersection of Olive and 16th Ave SE in Decatur, according t

HARTSELLE ENQUIRER - 2017-11-14 23:32:00

Two views of cleaning up Decatur

An area of Dry Creek cleaned up last week already had become trashy again Tuesday with water-borne debris, showing a potential need for a litter trap. [COURTESY PHOTO] A campaign organized by The Decatur Daily to make the city more attractive continued Tuesday with cleanup along the east banks of Dr

DECATUR DAILY - 2017-11-15 06:00:00

Alpharetta council OKs downtown hotel project

ALPHARETTA, Ga. - Downtown Alpharetta will add another bright fixture to its growing list of stately buildings. The Alpharetta City Council approved a plan by Mayfair Street Partners to build a 119-room boutique hotel on just under one acre at 21 Milton Ave. The 6-1 vote came after nearly two hours

NORTHFULTON.COM - 2017-11-15 08:00:00

Police offer reward to find person who shot and killed dog during burglary

ATLANTA - Atlanta Police are offering up a reward for the person who broke into a man's home and shot and killed his dog. We first told you about this story back in August. The owner told us he had left home to run a quick work-related errand about five minutes away from his Southwest Atlanta home.

WSB-TV ATLANTA - 2017-11-17 03:01:23

Police make arrest in Masquerade concert murders

Atlanta police have made an arrest in the shooting deaths of two men at the Masquerade club in Underground Atlanta. Jonathan Bautista, 25, is charged with two counts of murder in the shooting deaths of 21-year-old Ewell Ynoa and 22-year-old Giovan Diaz. The two friends were killed on Sunday night ju

WXIA 11 ALIVE - 2017-11-16 01:37:00

Police get help solving copper theft case - from suspect

Police in Alpharetta had some unintended help in making an arrest in a burglary case - from the man they eventually arrested, Channel 2 Action News reported. The chain of events began when security at Avalon, the prominent mixed-use complex, called 911 to report an abandoned crashed vehicle. Moments