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Past articles by Mike:

Beating the heat: How crews working outdoors stay safe during ex

Excessive heat doesn't mean the work day comes grinding to a halt. → Read More

Lake Meredith: One year after water levels miraculously bounce b

Business owners and residents alike have been in a state of happiness for the past year, following the revival of Lake Meredith. → Read More

A history of Fritch, Texas

The city of Fritch is a pleasant town that first received it's start when big business came to town. → Read More

Drought conditions causing ranchers to sell excess cattle

The cattle market is being flooded as ranchers continue to push large parts of their herds to market in order to conserve resources due to the drought. → Read More

Weather delays a part of safety procedure for firework shows

Planning a fireworks show in the Texas Panhandle can be a bit tricky due to the dry conditions that we have, but the Canyon Chamber of Commerce is working to make sure the Fourth of July can be fun... → Read More

English citizen hoping to break record at 12th Annual 24 Hours i

Chris Hopkinson is just one of the hundreds of athletes taking part in the "24 Hours in the Canyon" bicycling event, which benefits cancer research in our area. → Read More

Reality remodel: community effort and donations help rebuild mil

A military veteran whose home was completely destroyed in a fire received an outpouring of generosity and kindness from his neighbors in the effort to rebuild his home. → Read More

World War II veteran receives remodeled home as birthday surpris

After his home had been destroyed in a fire, the community came together to help 83-year-old World War II veteran Ray Murphy - just in time for his birthday. → Read More

No more toothache: 'Smile Again' 2018 recipient receives $50,000

One local group of oral surgeons is helping combat the negative influence bad teeth can have on a person through the 'Smile Again' program. → Read More

Grandma of toddler shot in head pleads 'If you own a gun, put a

An Amarillo toddler continues to fight to recover after he shot himself in the head in March. → Read More

UPS changing shipping procedures in wake of bombings

In response to the recent bombings in Austin, UPS is changing their procedures for shipping packages. → Read More

Cloned polo horses start out in Texas Panhandle

At the Mendota Ranch, Jason Abraham and Dr. Gregg Veneklassen have been helping out the Panhandle with their cloned animals for more than a decade. → Read More

How the wind farms coming to the area affect your bills

Xcel Energy has received approval from key customer groups in the effort to build two new wind farms in the area. → Read More

Charity runner passes through the Panhandle during Forrest Gump

A man named Rob Pope, a citizen from across the pond, stopping only to sleep and eat, has been running across America for charity. → Read More

Local parents react to sending students to school with bulletpro

Local parents are weighing in on how to keep children safe, saying providing their child with a bulletproof backpack would be a great start. → Read More

Massive mineral oil spill impacts downtown Portales

An advisory for residents and anyone else traveling through Portales after a massive oil spill in Downtown. → Read More

1 dead, 1 hospitalized after early morning wreck

One person is dead and another is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries following an early morning wreck. → Read More

SAFETY ALERT: Laptop batteries may overheat, melting or charring

Major electronics company HP is recalling thousands of laptop batteries due to a major hazard. → Read More

1 man dead after assault in Amarillo alley

One man has died after police say he was assaulted in an alley. → Read More

Amarillo Housing First looking for trucks

Amarillo Housing First is in desperate need of some major assistance follow a recent break down of their equipment. → Read More