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The Texas Department of State Health Services has confirmed 30 new COVID-19 recoveries in the Texas panhandle today. [Read More]
Amarillo Police asks anyone with evidence of this assault to call 378-4258 or 378-9468 or Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400. [Read More]
This is a recording of the Saturday 10:00 p.m. show. [Read More]
Summer Storms Continue... [Read More]
Highlights from the Fourth of July game at Hodgetown. The Amarillo Sod Dogs faced the Round Rock Hairy Men in game two of the three-game... [Read More]
Remdesiver is shown to reduce average COVID-19 recovery time from 15 to 11 days. [Read More]
This is a recording of Saturday's weekend edition. [Read More]
One man is dead after a motorcycle crash in south Amarillo Friday night. [Read More]
Veterans celebrated through car parade this July 4th. [Read More]
The Texas Department of State Health Services has confirmed 22 new COVID-19 recoveries and 35 new cases across the Texas panhandle today. [Read More]
After losing last night's home debut at Hodgetown the Amarillo Sod Dogs look for their first home win tonight. [Read More]
It has been quite warm out there with temperatures in the 80s & 90s. We have already seen some thunderstorms across the area. Hit or... [Read More]
NewsChannel 10 Sports Evan Abramson brings the latest sports news from around the Panhandle, including an interview with Tascosa Basketball star Jada Miller... [Read More]
The Amarillo Sod Dogs make their season debut at HODGETOWN against the Round Rock Hairy Men. [Read More]
This afternoon, at 12:01 p.m., the Governor's face covering mandate went into effect. [Read More]
The Amarillo Police Department is asking for help locating a missing person. [Read More]
The Amarillo Police Department needs help locating a missing 12-year-old girl. [Read More]
Firework sales have broken records across the country and Amarillo is not falling behind. [Read More]
There are six new positive COVID-19 cases confirmed in two Texas Panhandle counties this evening. [Read More]
The Texas Department of State Health Services has confirmed 39 new COVID-19 recoveries and 34 new cases across the Panhandle today. [Read More]
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