A JetBlue Airways pilot who scared passengers by yelling about Jesus and al-Qaida in 2012 has sued the airline for $16 million.
The United States’ pre-eminent quarter horse organization may refuse to register cloned animals, an appeals court ruled Wednesday in a case brought by two Texas ranchers.
Amarillo police believe a van found in a parking lot was used by an armored car driver accused of stealing his cargo of more than $200,000.
The so-called ‘affluenza’ teen, Ethan Couch, is being released from a Texas State Hospital in Vernon today. But CBS 11’s I-Team has learned that he will not be going home.
Amarillo police have charged a wounded man with assault after he allegedly used a baseball bat to try to attack a homeowner who fought back with a sword.
He already oversees the country’s largest state fair, now “Big Tex” is topping a national top ten list as the country’s “quirkiest” landmark.
An Amarillo steakhouse, known by competitive eaters and storm chasers, settles a Labor Department dispute.
Eccentric Texas artist and businessman Stanley Marsh 3, whose partially buried row of Cadillacs became a road-side tourist attraction in the 1970s, has died He was 76.
A federal appeals court said that it will not re-hear the appeal of a former Texas Tech college student who was convicted of trying to make a bomb in a religious attack.
While rain continues to hamper much of North Texas on Tuesday morning, residents in the Panhandle are dealing with snowfall and ice.
A federal judge in Amarillo could order the nation’s pre-eminent quarter horse group to begin registering clones. The case is being watch closely by horse-breeder groups.
A federal jury in the Texas Panhandle is to continue deliberations for a third day in the court challenge to the American Quarter Horse Association’s ban on cloned animals.