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DPS: Pickup runs into the back of 18-wheeler on 287

A car crash near the Harrold Truck Stop on U.S. 287 sent one person to the hospital Saturday. DPS Trooper Dan Buesing said around 7 p.m. the driver of a pickup truck ran into the back of an 18-wheeler. He said the pickup driver was airlifted to the hospital. His injuries are not known at this time.

NEWSCHANNEL6NOW.COM - 2018-03-18 04:35:38

Two car crash near Harrold truck stop

HARROLD - An investigation is now underway, following a two car crash near the Harrold truck stop. The crash happened around 7 p.m. Saturday. Sgt. Dan Buesing with DPS said officials were on scene, trying to determine the cause of the crash. The extent of any injuries are unknown right now. We will

TEXOMASHOMEPAGE.COM - 2018-03-18 02:32:42

Local Brewery Hosts Fundraiser to Help First Responders

AMARILLO - Long Wooden Spoon Brewing hosted its third annual St. Patrick's Day celebration and fundraiser in conjunction with the 100 Club of the Texas Panhandle Saturday. The 100 Club is a nationwide non-profit organization which helps families of law enforcement officers, first responders, and fir

MYHIGHPLAINS.COM - 2018-03-17 23:34:13

Expect more delays on I-27

Motorists driving on Interstate 27 will need to prepare for an even slower commute beginning this week. Beginning Monday, southbound traffic on I-27 will be detoured to the existing northbound bridge as the southbound bridge is removed and rebuilt, according to the Texas Department of Transportatio

AMARILLO GLOBE-TIMES - 2018-03-18 07:00:00

5 people arrested after Altus shooting

ALTUS, OK (KSWO) - Five people are behind bars in the Jackson County Jail after a shooting in Altus. Police say they arrested Reggie Copeland, Tomas Hunt and Derrick Williams for shooting into a vacant apartment. Officers say they found shell casings at the scene. According to police, they believe t


Rodriguez 4th at girls' state powerlifting meet

Jasmine Rodriguez finished fourth in the 165-pound weight class at the Texas High School Women's Powerlifting Association State Championships in Waco Friday. She was the highest finisher of the 12 Plainview girls who competed in the event. Rodriguez lifted a total of 900 pounds. She was in a four-wa

PLAINVIEW DAILY HERALD - 2018-03-17 18:00:13

Fuel to the fire: The surprising culprits behind grass fires

The tiniest of sparks can start a mighty wildfire. Get the latest Amarillo news straight to your phone! Apple | Android Here in the Panhandle, the current drought makes that even more possible, with a variety of things to act as a match. "There's just a lot of different things that causes fires," sa


Fundraiser set for injured EHS teacher Damon McKinney

A spaghetti/chicken dinner fundraiser is set for Enid High School teacher Damon McKinney from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, at Jumbo Foods, 2311 W Willow. EHS faculty and staff are raising money after McKinney was several injured in a March 14 grease fire. Tickets to the dine-out night fundraiser


Medical examiner testifies in Fairchild murder trial

HOBART, OK (KSWO) - Day three of testimony is now complete in Kelly Fairchild's murder trial. Fairchild is charged in the 2015 death of her 18-month-old son, Lane. Friday, only two witnesses took the stand as unforeseen circumstances threw a wrench in the proceedings shortly after noon. A family eme


Crews responding to multiple fires in Texas Panhandle

Crews are currently responding fires throughout the Texas Panhandle. Get the latest Amarillo news straight to your phone! Apple | Android Fire near Channing Crews are currently responding to a large grassfire near Channing. The fire is between Channing and Boys Ranch moving northeast. Officials say


Altus Spring Break events - KSWO 7News | Breaking News, Weather and Sports

ALTUS, OK (KSWO)- If you're looking for something fun to do for Spring Break, Altus will be holding three free events next week. Starting Wednesday, March 21 the 3rd annual Big Truck event in the Western Oklahoma State College parking lot will kick off the festivities. It will include big trucks, tr


Woman sentenced after allegedly stealing Xanax from special needs boy

BURKBURNETT - The former caregiver for a special needs boy is sentenced for stealing the boy's medications, as well as other property from the home. Tanya Casados, 42, pleaded guilty and was given a two year deferred suspended sentence. In Feb. 2017, a Burkburnett man called police after he noticed


Altus City Council approves new splash pad

ALTUS, OK (KSWO)- The City of Altus is getting its first splash pad! The 150-thousand-dollar project was approved by council members on Tuesday and should be open this year. "It's a fun opportunity to get out and just have a little fun and get wet in a hot Southwest Oklahoma summer," said Christophe


Trial nearing for Cordell physician

Pretrial proceedings for a physician charged with shooting his father-in-law to death, possibly in an argument about the 2016 presidential ... PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news from Clinton Daily News. Not yet a subscriber? Subscr


Sexual assault: Man accused of forcing himself on sleeping teen

A Burkburnett man is accused of trying to force himself on a teenage girl while she was trying to sleep at his residence. Monty Allen Brown, 50, is charged with sexual assault - a second-degree felony. He remained in the Wichita County Jail Thursday afternoon in lieu of $100,000 bail. According to t


Longtime Burkburnett family business is closing

Hayes General Store in Burkburnett is closing its doors after 27 years. Long-time customers are just finding out and they are sad to hear the news. According to the Burkburnett Historical Society the reason it is closing is due to financial reasons. An employee said that on Thursday, they received t


Testimony in Kelly Fairchild's murder trial begins in Hobart

Day one of testimony in the murder trial of Kelly Fairchild is now complete at the Kiowa County Courthouse. Fairchild is charged with first-degree murder for the 2015 death of her then 18-month-old son, Lane Fairchild. Investigators believe Fairchild and her boyfriend, Gregory Miller Jr., were respo


Officials say steer clear of bats migrating through the area

The Canyon Police Department asks residents to be on the look out for the upcoming Mexican free-tailed bat migration. Mexican free-tailed bats live in the Panhandle year around, but come spring time, the numbers swell as they migrate north into Oklahoma to roost and have their young. Professor Ray M


Teams look to carry positive momentum into 3-5A openers

While this might be the time to enjoy spring break for students around the Panhandle, many metro high school baseball players are getting down to the business of district play this week. Tascosa has already started District 2-6A play, and over the next two days, District 3-5A starts its schedule. Th


Teenager dies after crash near Panhandle

One teenager has died after a crash near Panhandle over the weekend. Get the latest Amarillo news straight to your phone! Apple | Android Around 6:50 p.m. on Saturday evening, DPS officials say a 16-year-old female was driving on the service road of U.S. 60 around 10 miles west of Panhandle. At the