James G. left a promising career in the medical field as well as opportunities in the food service industry to find glamor and prestige in radio over 20 years ago. While still searching for both and when not on the radio you can find G. playing his drums or reading discount Kindle books from Amazon. He believes in God, Country, and the Dallas Cowboys, in that order.
Wildfire Evacuation Preparedness A Necessity On The High Plains
It’s time to prepare to evacuate.
Canyon Residents Warned Of The Canyon Bat Challenge, Latest Internet Craze
Officials are trying to stop the Canyon Bat Challenge before it gets out of hand.
Drunk Drivers In Amarillo Facing Public Humiliation
If you get caught driving drunk in Amarillo, you will need very deep pockets and a friend at Facebook to keep it under wraps.
Amarillo Is Getting A New Lift Station! What’s A Lift Station?
The City of Amarillo will be the proud recipient of a $12.5 million grant from the Texas Water Development Board.
Odd Stabbing On The Blvd Has More Questions Than Answers
On Amarillo Boulevard, a stabbing possibly but at the very least a laceration was suffered by a female on Tuesday.
Amarillo Horse Rescue Takes In 20 Horses And Needs Your Help
An Amarillo horse rescue has recently taken in 20 horses and needs your help.
Select Group Of Amarillo Police Officers Getting Body Cameras
Police body cameras have been a hot issue over the last 12 months.
Amarillo Red Kettle Campaign Falls Short Of Goal
The Red Kettle campaign in Amarillo fell short of its goal for 2017.
Amarillo ISD Bus In Wreck On Bell
This morning around 7:30am an Amarillo ISD bus was involved in a traffic accident.
5G Service Coming To Amarillo But Will Cost You
Better cell phone service is coming soon to Amarillo but it won’t be free.
Amarillo City Council Released Guidelines For Renaming Streets And Parks
Realizing your dream of having an Amarillo street named after you has gotten a little more complicated.
Lawsuit Against Three Amarillo Police Officers Cleared To Move Foward
The civil rights lawsuit related to the death of a young girl found in T-Achor lake is moving forward.