North Texas Ranchers Sending Badly-Needed Hay To PanhandleThe grass to feed cattle is gone after the wildfires.
Oklahoma Governor Gives Green Light To Panhandle CasinoGov. Mary Fallin is giving her approval to a federal agency's decision that paves the way for the Shawnee Tribe to build a $25 million casino near Guymon in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
Wildfires In Texas Panhandle Prompt Some EvacuationsWildfires in the Texas Panhandle have prompted evacuations of some residents as at least 350 homes are being threatened.
Panhandle Cattle Ranchers Dealing With Depressed Beef PricesRanchers in the Texas Panhandle cattle country say they're dealing with depressed beef prices caused by the end of a prolonged drought.
Report: Train Didn't Heed Stop Signal In Deadly Texas WreckA train failed to heed a stop signal before it barreled head-on into another freight train last month in the Texas Panhandle, killing three people.
Remains Of Two Train Workers Found; One Still MissingThe bodies were found in the wreckage of the two trains near the town of Panhandle.
Crews Continue Fighting Fire At Texas Train Crash, 3 Still MissingCrews continued to work trying to smolder a fire at the scene of a train crash that happened Tuesday morning in the Texas panhandle.
Guard Shortage Means Moving Some Texas InmatesState prison officials have begun transferring some inmates from two Texas Panhandle units to other penitentiaries due to a lack of corrections officers.
Freezing Weather Reaches Texas, Some Power OutagesFreezing weather has reached parts of Texas as windy conditions cut electricity to central parts of the state.
On The Road: Caprock Canyons State ParkCBS 11 News and Texas Country Reporter recently explored the trails in and around Caprock Canyons State Park, where some old railroad routes now make the best biking trails.
'Ring Of Fire' Eclipse To Be Visible In TexasSunrises and sunsets often dazzle, but they'll have a special ring to them in a few days for people in the western United States and eastern Asia, as the moon will slide across the sun.
Bush Hosts Bike Ride For Wounded Military MembersFormer President George W. Bush is hosting a mountain bike ride in the Panhandle for military members wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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