O’Donnell ISD teacher Nicholas Bueno sent his female victim obscene messages that authorities say were “controlling, grooming, sexual and enticing in nature.”
In a unanimous vote, the Amarillo City Council voted to cut ties with the city manager.
Justice Larry Doss found that the City of Amarillo broke state law in trying to push a taxpayer debt-funded rebuild of the Amarillo Civic Center Complex.
Two Amarillo attorneys are making preparations to challenge an incumbent judge in next year’s Republican primary.
Austin Community College has named him the sole finalist to become chancellor of the school.
True Texas Project said the left’s harassment boosted attendance at their event teaching parents how to get dirty books out of kids’ libraries.
The West Texas university has a higher rating than the University of California, Berkeley.
For some Texans, these ordinances stand as a warning to the rest of the state to protect their children.
After getting caught with more than $5,000 in fuel spending, former City Rep. Claudia Rodriguez says the city must prove she did something wrong.
Despite a last-minute push to derail Cole Stanley’s candidacy by outgoing Mayor Ginger Nelson, Stanley has won the election to be Amarillo’s next leader.
Voters elected a brand new city council and ousted school board trustees in an interesting election night in the Panhandle.
El Paso’s mayor said the city is preparing for the expiration of Title 42.
President Walter Wendler said drag shows “discriminate against womanhood.”
The National Sunrise Movement wants to “force the government to end the reign of fossil fuel elites.”
Radical climate activists are pushing a ballot initiative to enforce “climate justice.”
A West Texas school district is asking for $123 million in various school bonds.
Amarillo district court rules debt issuance for new Amarillo Civic Center invalid.
Potter County Republicans are hoping to upset Democrats in one of their stronghold precincts this November.
A lawsuit brought forward by Amarillo businessman Alex Fairly against the City of Amarillo is challenging the way the city council used anticipation notes to finance a proposed rebuild of the Amarillo Civic Center.
The city’s busing plan is similar to the plan initiated by Gov. Greg Abbott earlier this year.
City Manager Jarrett Atkinson says the no-new-revenue property tax rate will not work.
Voters in Potter and Randall counties selected their nominees for November on Tuesday night.
David Glasheen and Carl Tepper compete to represent West Texas in the state House.
Businessman Paul Blake wins special election to serve on the Canyon ISD school board.
Amarillo ISD voters reject $286 million in proposed bonds, marking the first time Amarillo voters have defeated a school bond item.