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    Hidden Halloween Dangers

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    Just about every Halloween we hear about candy that's been tampered with. But, there's another growing concern that parents should take note of before their kids go trick or treating.

    The FTC sues AT&T for throttling unlimited data customers Video included

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    Amarillo, TX - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is fighting a lawsuit for millions of AT&T customers, claiming they did not receive the unlimited data they were promised.

    Free Tech class educates parents on current apps Video included

    Amarillo, TX - With the digital world rapidly changing, some parents may not be aware of all the apps their students may use.

    Day Three: Thomas Dixon Murder Trial Video included

    Lubbock, TX - The defense opened Wednesday morning by introducing a new key player involved in the murder of Dr. Sonnier. 

    Crime of the Week: Heavy equipment stolen and destroyed

    Amarillo, TX - Police need your help to track down thieves who stole and destroyed a piece of heavy equipment from a construction site near the Canadian River.

    Falling prices at the gas pump Video included

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    Amarillo, TX - Prices at the pump have dropped to their lowest in five years and if they continue to drop, it could be bad for the oil and gas business.While this is good news for consumers, it could mean trouble for the oil business.

    Local financial institutions say no masks allowed in the branch on Halloween Video included

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    Amarillo, Tx - There have been at least five reported robberies in the last month where the suspect has been wearing a hockey mask. 

    Health overhaul's subsidies at Supreme Court

    Supreme Court justices have their first chance this week to decide whether they have the appetite for another major fight over President Barack Obama's health care law.

    Records: Deputy told officers, 'I shot the guy'

    A New Mexico sheriff's deputy was talking to his girlfriend on the phone when the woman heard someone's pleas and then gunfire ring out. Soon after, Tai Chan, who's accused of killing a fellow deputy, told...

    Community makes girl's wish a reality

    Community makes girl's wish a reality Video included

    Amarillo, TX - The outcome of Monday night's game was not what most Cowboys fans were hoping for, but for one local girl it was much more than just a game.

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    • Day Three: Thomas Dixon Murder Trial

      Day Three: Thomas Dixon Murder Trial

      Lubbock, TX - The defense opened Wednesday morning by introducing a new key player involved in the murder of Dr. Sonnier. 
      Lubbock, TX - The defense opened Wednesday morning by introducing a new key player involved in the murder of Dr. Sonnier. 
    • Day Two: Thomas Dixon Murder Trial

      Day Two: Thomas Dixon Murder Trial

      Lubbock, TX - The Dixon murder trial has finished up its second day in court. The defense presented Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon of Amarillo as not guilty of intentionally causing the death of Dr. Joseph Sonnier of Lubbock.
      Lubbock, TX - The Dixon murder trial has finished up its second day in court. The defense presented Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon of Amarillo as not guilty of intentionally causing the death of Dr. Joseph Sonnier of Lubbock.
    • Day One: Thomas Dixon Murder Trial

      Day One: Thomas Dixon Murder Trial

      Lubbock, TX - Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon of Amarillo pleaded not guilty Monday morning for the charge of intentionally causing the death of Dr. Joseph Sonnier.
      Lubbock, TX - Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon of Amarillo pleaded not guilty Monday morning for the charge of intentionally causing the death of Dr. Joseph Sonnier.
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    • Day Three: Thomas Dixon Murder Trial

      Day Three: Thomas Dixon Murder Trial

      Lubbock, TX - The defense opened Wednesday morning by introducing a new key player involved in the murder of Dr. Sonnier. 
      Lubbock, TX - The defense opened Wednesday morning by introducing a new key player involved in the murder of Dr. Sonnier. 
    • Community makes girl's wish a reality

      Community makes girl's wish a reality

      Community makes girl's wish a reality

      Amarillo, TX - The outcome of Monday night's game was not what most Cowboys fans were hoping for, but for one local girl it was much more than just a game.
      Amarillo, TX - The outcome of Monday night's game was not what most Cowboys fans were hoping for, but for one local girl it was much more than just a game.
    • Hidden Halloween Dangers

      Hidden Halloween Dangers

      Wednesday, October 29 2014 11:47 PM EDT2014-10-30 03:47:25 GMT
      Just about every Halloween we hear about candy that's been tampered with. But, there's another growing concern that parents should take note of before their kids go trick or treating.
      Just about every Halloween we hear about candy that's been tampered with. But, there's another growing concern that parents should take note of before their kids go trick or treating.
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    • EPA awards Navajo $785 for storage tank work

      EPA awards Navajo $785 for storage tank work

      The Navajo Nation has been awarded $465,000 to oversee the cleanup of nearly 60 underground storage tanks that have been leaking petroleum or other hazardous substances.
      The Navajo Nation has been awarded $465,000 to oversee the cleanup of nearly 60 underground storage tanks that have been leaking petroleum or other hazardous substances.
    • NM Supreme Court denies request in water fight

      NM Supreme Court denies request in water fight

      The New Mexico Supreme Court has cleared the way for the state's top water manager to continue considering an application by a commercial venture that calls for piping drinking water from western New Mexico to...
      The New Mexico Supreme Court has cleared the way for the state's top water manager to continue considering an application by a commercial venture that calls for piping drinking water from western New Mexico to more...
    • Governor orders flags at half-staff for NM officer

      Governor orders flags at half-staff for NM officer

      Gov. Susana Martinez has ordered flags around the state to fly at half-staff in honor of a Rio Rancho police officer who was killed last weekend in a single-vehicle crash.
      Gov. Susana Martinez has ordered flags around the state to fly at half-staff in honor of a Rio Rancho police officer who was killed last weekend in a single-vehicle crash.
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