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Past articles by Robert:

Pampa ISD takes ‘corrective action’ after learning junior high teacher recorded students

Pampa Independent School District said it has taken “immediate corrective action” after learning that a junior high school teacher was using a video recorder to monitor students. → Read More

DPS seizes more than $7M in drugs during 7 stops along I-40

AMARILLO - The Texas Department of Public Safety has reported seizing more than $7 million in drugs during seven traffic stops along Interstate 40 in Texas since Jan. 14. → Read More

Jury convicts Spielbauer in death of ex-wife

CANYON — An Amarillo man has been convicted of murder in in the 2014 beating and shooting death of one of his ex-wives. → Read More

White-tailed Deer Tests Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease between Dalhart, Hartley

AMARILLO - A roadkill white-tailed deer collected by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department personnel on U.S. Highway 87 between Dalhart and Hartley has tested positive for chronic wasting disease, according to a TPWD news release. → Read More

Troopers seize 115 pounds of pot in I-40 bust

Authorities seized 115 pounds of marijuana Saturday during a traffic stop on Interstate 40 in Carson County, a news release said. → Read More

Former Congressman Bill Sarpalius details suffering abuse at Boys Ranch

When Bill Sarpalius was a teen, he lived at Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch with 35 others in a dormitory overseen by two house parents. → Read More

Police: 2 suspicious deaths in Canyon home may have been overdoses; no foul play suspected

CANYON - Two suspicious deaths at a Canyon home may have been drug overdoses, police said Tuesday. → Read More

Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch acknowledges, apologizes for decades of physical, sexual abuse

AMARILLO - Officials at Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch acknowledged and apologized Wednesday for decades of alleged abuse at the facility northwest of Amarillo. → Read More

Amarillo ISD announces 5 employees return to work, investigation over after Facebook post

AMARILLO - Amarillo Independent School District issued a statement Thursday morning, announcing five employees placed on leave had returned to work after the district finished investigating a controversial Facebook post. → Read More

Ute Lake overflow will help fill Lake Meredith

Getting deeper and deeper in recent rainy months, Lake Meredith could soon receive an injection of even more water from New Mexico. → Read More

West Texas A&M police investigate attempted sexual assault at residence hall

The West Texas A&M University Police Department is investigating an alleged sexual assault attempt that was reported late Tuesday at a university residence hall. → Read More

WT police investigate attempted sexual assault at residence hall

The West Texas A&M University Police Department is investigating an alleged sexual assault attempt that was reported late Tuesday at a university residence hall. → Read More

Canyon ISD agrees to purchase of stadium from West Texas A&M for $500K

The Canyon Independent School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday to finalize an agreement to buy Kimbrough Memorial Stadium from West Texas A&M University for $500,000. → Read More

Trump picks judge for North Texas U.S. District Court

President Donald Trump appointed a Dallas-area attorney to fill the federal judge vacancy in North Texas. → Read More

Restaurant owner Victor Leal to challenge state Sen. Kel Seliger

Amarillo restaurateur Victor Leal announced a campaign for Texas Senate in 2018, setting up a challenge against incumbent Sen. Kel Seliger in a three-way primary race. → Read More

Amarillo vet school: Tech may need to amend deal with AEDC

Texas Tech University System Chancellor Robert Duncan on Monday said the system will have to ask the City of Amarillo to amend a deal to subsidize the school with $15 million in sales-tax collections. → Read More

Texas Tech vet school in Amarillo will be a product of political wrangling, 45-year journey

Lubbock and Amarillo lawmakers say the state’s $4.2 million appropriation for a Texas Tech veterinary school in Amarillo was the best they could do in a year when sluggish economic forecasts have left state agencies facing cuts. → Read More

WT eyes education degree as part of push to increase doctoral grads

CANYON — West Texas A&M University’s new president is plotting a path to dramatically increase doctoral programs and boost research, with a goal of being recognized as a national university. → Read More

‘Hands’ listed as weapon in Amarillo baby’s death, ruled homicide

AMARILLO - Police are investigating the death of an 8-month-old baby after finding evidence the infant had been injured, Amarillo Police Department said. → Read More

Amarillo police release name of man killed in officer-involved shooting

An Amarillo police officer shot and killed a 35-year-old man Tuesday evening at the Nelson Street Apartments just west of the Tri-State Fairgrounds, according to the Amarillo Police Department. → Read More