Kevin Welch, KFDA NewsChannel10

Kevin Welch

KFDA NewsChannel10

Contact Kevin

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • KFDA NewsChannel10
Past:
  • KCBD NewsChannel11
  • newswest9

Recent articles by Kevin:

Update: DPS identifies bodies of 2 found dead near Friona

The Texas Department of Public Safety said the bodies of 27-year-old Adilene Adame, of Friona, and 37-year-old Osiel Rodriguez, of Dimmit, were found off of Farm-to-Market Road 1057, about 13 miles east of Friona. → Read More

2 Borger women accept plea deals for January 6 U.S. Capitol charges

Federal prosecutors filed papers today that contain guilty pleas from two Borger women who entered the U.S. Capitol building during the January 6 confrontation between protestors and police. → Read More

Kids Inc. receives $6 million donation for outdoor venue

Kids Inc made two announcements today involving a planned sports complex in South Amarillo including $6 million in donations and a name for the outdoor venue. → Read More

Amarillo City Council passes incentive to bring Buc-ee’s to Amarillo

The almost legendary Buc-ee’s will bring a large entry into I-40 choices for travelers. → Read More

4 dead after crash near New Mexico border

DPS officials are investigating a crash the resulted four people dead near the New Mexico border this afternoon. → Read More

River Road High School closing until Monday due to COVID cases

Officials said today River Road High School will be closed Friday due to COVID-19 quarantines of staff and students. → Read More

Court documents: Man arrested for explosion in Amarillo had suicide vest, explosive devices covered in shrapnel

A man police arrested after an explosion in the Paramount Terrace neighborhood in late July will find out soon if he’ll remain in jail until his trial for possessing explosives. → Read More

Ribbon cutting for new Thompson Park swimming pool delayed while construction continues

At today’s Amarillo City Council meeting, the parks department leader declined to pin down a day for a ribbon cutting at the new Thompson Park swimming pool. → Read More

Opening day for Thompson Park Pool pushed back again

The opening day for the Thompson Park Pool is now scheduled for July 23. → Read More

State wins appeal after Jeremy Spielbauer murder conviction reversed

An Amarillo man’s murder case remains in limbo after the state won an appeal yesterday. → Read More

Candidate Claudette Smith files petition for recount of mayoral election results

The City of Amarillo announced today it has received one petition to recount some of Saturday’s ballots. → Read More

Amarillo City Council talks proposed tax rate increase to fund emergency responders, street repairs

The Amarillo City Council talked today about adding $8.30 to a city tax bill on $100,000 of taxable property value. → Read More

Lawsuit claims Amarillo Tyson worker died from COVID-19 due to company’s negligence

A lawsuit claims an Amarillo Tyson Foods worker died from COVID-19 due to the company’s negligence. → Read More

AISD Superintendent responds to complaint in regards to AISD trustee

Amarillo Independent School District Superintendent Doug Loomis has issued a response to the complaint filed by Dr. Marc Henson regarding the resignation of Coach Kori Clements. → Read More

Former Sunray police chief and wife arrested for injury to a child

A former Sunray police chief and his wife are in jail charged with injury to a child. → Read More

Fighting fire like devils: Los Diablos leave Mexico to fight Ame

You could smell smoke in the darkness before dawn last week on the edge of the canyon where a wildfire had been burning for days near Goodnight. → Read More

Amarillo doctor facing sex charges

Amarillo police arrested Jeffrey Cone Sr. on Dec. 21 on charges he committed sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child by touching. The charges are second-degree felonies The arrest fol... → Read More

Ruby Tequila's workers ready to continue case

A federal judge gave approval Wednesday to carry on with the case that says the owners and managers of the former Ruby Tequila restaurants in Amarillo and Lubbock didn't pay employees fairly and fa... → Read More

Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. indicted on murder for hire charges

A Potter County grand jury indicted Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. on Thursday on two counts of paying and promising to pay men to kill two others. → Read More

Burgess case awaiting appeal court ruling

The case of Herring bank board member Campbell Burgess in which the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation imposed a civil fee and said he must leave banking is pending in the Fifth Circuit Cour... → Read More