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Monday, December 24, 2012


This just in North American Defense Command (NORAD) has begun tracking Santa Clause as he zooms around the world bringing Christmas Gifts to good little boys and girls. Here's a photo of Santa's reindeer taking on some extra magic flying fuel from a KC-135 tanker over Australia.

 You can track Santa's flight HERE!

Merry Christmas to all from of us at Best Publications!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Duster forecast for tomorrow ...

Widespread blowing dust is forecast for tomorrow mainly after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 57. Wind chill values between 29 and 36 early. 

It will be very windy, with a south southwest wind 15 to 25 mph becoming west southwest 30 to 40 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 55 mph.

On Wednesday Night areas of blowing dust should whip up before midnight. Lows will be around 17. Wind chill values between 7 and 12 are very likely so bundle up. 

It will  be very windy Thursday morning with a northwest wind 30 to 40 mph decreasing to 10 to 20 mph. Winds could gust as high as 60 mph.

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Traffic Alert: Icy conditions make for hazardous driving

Amarillo Police, Fire and Texas DPS are working multiple wrecks on I-40, Hwy 287 and I-27.No injuries have been reported with most incident appearing to be vehicles that have slid off the highway.

Ambulances have transported three people to the hospital - all with non-life threatening injuries to area hospitals as of 10:30 PM Sunday night.

Since there are (and will be) too many wrecks to list here - as we go into the morning rush hour, drive carefully and listen to the Pro-News Live Scanner Feed for the latest driving and emergency information.

Amarillo Police: SCAM alert!

CONNECT AMARILLO: AMARILLO, TEXAS -- Amarillo Police have issued a warning about a nationally reported suspicious letter being mailed to residents.
The letter, according to police, is postmarked from Phoenix, Ariz., and appears to be from "US Airlines."
Police said the letter starts by saying it must be replied to by a certain date and that the recipient won two round trip airline tickets.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) said the letter appears to be similar to a letter reported to it in July. The letter asks the recipient to call a 1-866 number.
In the Texas Panhandle, the BBB said it has received multiple phone calls about the letter and at least one person responded and was given a second number to call.
Police said if anyone receives this letter to simply trash it. Anyone who may have lost money because of the letter is asked to contact police at (806) 378-3038.

Live: Amarillo Area Air Traffic Radio

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