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USGS confirms 4.0 magnitude earthquake northeast of Amarillo
AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - The sunrise wasn’t all that greeted Amarillo residents on Saturday morning.The area experienced a rare event - an earthquake.According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a 4.0 magnitude quake was picked up near Amarillo around 8:00 a.m.The quake was detected around nine miles north
Hereford's Seth Dixon presented with Built Ford Tough Player of the Week trophy
Pictured in the photo from left to right are: Seth Woolsey, Whiteface Ford; Seth Dixon, Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player Of The Week for the 4A Class for Week 2 (Photo courtesy of Seth Woolsey)
Amarillo fire crews battle early morning fire
AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - A home in south Amarillo sustained heavy damage after an early morning garage fire on Friday.Sometime before 5:00 a.m., Amarillo fire crews were dispatched to the 3400 block of South Austin on a report of a garage fire at a home.When they arrived, the fire had caused a partial
Magnitude 4.0 earthquake shakes Texas panhandle
Thousands of earthquakes have been recorded in Oklahoma in recent years, with many linked to the underground injection of wastewater from oil and natural gas production. Scientists have also linked earthquakes in Kansas, Texas and other states to wastewater injection.
Woman heartbroken after Amarillo shelter accidentally euthanizes dog
AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - One woman is heartbroken after she says Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare accidentally euthanized her dog.On Wednesday, Miranda Harper posted on Facebook, saying she is devastated after her dog was euthanized at the shelter. The posted said her dog, named Gordy, was picked
Amarillo police searching for suspect in Toot ‘N Totum armed robbery
AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - Amarillo police are searching for a suspect in the armed robbery of a Toot 'N Totum on North Grand Street.On Wednesday, Oct. 17, officers were called to the Toot 'N Totum at the 1600 block of North Grand Street.Police say the suspect showed the clerk a handgun and demanded mone
Hereford ISD's construction and renovation plan pending bond election
“I’ve been asked numerous times will this take care of our needs?” said Sheri Blankenship, Hereford ISD Superintendent. “This is a beginning to take care of some of our needs for Hereford ISD.”
TxDOT closes Loop 335 at northbound 24th due to semi accident
Traffic currently being divertedAMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - A two-semi wreck has caused portions of Loop 335 to be closed in Amarillo.The loop is closed at 24th Street northbound due to the wreck.
Moore County Chase Tuesday Near Dumas Ends in Potter County
DUMAS, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) - On October 16th, a DPS Trooper pulled over a vehicle on U.S. 87, west of Dumas. As the trooper was conducting his investigation, the male subject got back into his vehicle and drove off.
1 suspect arrested after leading police on chase from Moore County through Potter County
On Tuesday, Oct. 16, A Texas DPS trooper stopped a car on U.S. Highway 87 west of Dumas for a traffic violation. During the traffic stop, officials say the man re-entered his car and drove away.
These Cops Got Less Time For Racist Arrests Than Jailed Black People Held For Less
The three officers —Guillermo Ravelo, 37,Charlie Dayoub, 38, andRaul Fernandez, 62 — were given less than three years in jail each. On Thursday (Oct. 18), Ravelo received 27 months behind bars as part of the Biscayne Park Police Department’s conspiracy to blame Black people for crimes they didn’t co
FBI arrest Amarillo man in N.M. bank robbery
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) —The FBI says a man wanted for a bank robbery in New Mexico last month has been arrested in Texas.They say 36-year-old Matthew Vincent Blackstock of Amarillo is suspected of robbing a Wells Fargo branch in Albuquerque on Sept. 17.The FBI in Amarillo took Blackstock into custod
Amarillo residents respond to city's new curbside pickup carts
Toni Emmons, who lives just a few blocks away, said she has a few concerns about the new carts and how residents like her will maneuver them.
No Threat Found After Walmart Bomb Threat Investigation, Pampa Officials say
Contaminated groundwater found at Cannon Air Force Base1 hour agoThey told people the water was safe to drink. Now, Cannon Air Force Base admits numerous wells on and off base are not safe to drink.Read More »
Man arrested after leading police on high-speed chase across two counties
According to the Moore County Sheriff's Office, a Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper stopped a vehicle on U.S. Highway 87, west of Dumas. While the trooper conducted his investigation, the man re-entered his vehicle, leading the trooper on a pursuit.
Sen. Ted Cruz, other Texas leaders to speak at washed away 2900 bridge in Kingsland
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, Texas Senator Dawn Buckingham, Texas Representative Terry Wilson, Congressman Roger Williams, Judge James Oakley, and Sheriff Calvin Boyd will hold a Press Conference at the 2900 Bridge at Kingsland (Photo: CBS Austin)
Hereford and Canyon ISD Proposes Bonds
Canyon ISD is focused on growth as they have seen district enrollment grow by 2.5% annually. During the next seven years, CISD expects to add another 2,000 students.The money will help build two elementary schools and one new high school. It will also be used to expand and renovate Randall West and
Amarillo man spreads awareness about rare Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM) disease
"Woke up one morning and had double vision and my feet were numb. I went to the emergency room and got sent home saying it was flu like symptoms, and the 3rd trip to the ER that day I was basically paralyzed from the chest down by that evening,"
Several homeless people worried with Guyon Resource Center closing on weekends
This is the first time the center won't be open on weekends, since it opened 25 years ago, according to its board.
Cinergy Amarillo to offer sensory-friendly movies; donating adaptive bike to Canyon ISD
“At Cinergy we want everyone that comes to any of our entertainments centers to be able to enjoy the movie watching experience. We are excited to bring our sensory-friendly screening program to the Amarillo market,” said Jeff Benson, co-founder and CEO. “It’s important for us to offer individuals wi