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German Nuclear Plant Shutdown Sparks Debate
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Crime Of The Week Sees Power Knock Out For Amarillo Neighborhood

Amarillo Crime Stoppers need your help with the crime of the week.

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Florida Highway Patrol Releases Tiger Woods Car Accident Photographs
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Crime Stoppers Raises Reward For This Week’s Crime To $4000

Amarillo Crime Stoppers is asking for the public's help with a July 14th burglary and they've increased the reward for information.

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Amarillo Crime Stoppers Fugitive of the Week: Dorothy Jean Vaughn

Amarillo Crime Stoppers need your help in locating this week's fugitive of the week, Dorothy Jean Vaughn.

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JP Morgan Chase Quarterly Profits Falls 4 Percent
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Attempted ATM Robbery Reminds Us To Be Careful When Doing Business

Monday morning saw an attempted robbery at a local ATM.  Police are reminding residents to use caution when utilizing the convenient kiosks.

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Launch Of National Knife Amnesty
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Amarillo Police Looking For Sunday Morning Toot ‘N Totum Holdup Suspect

Amarillo Police are on the lookout for a suspect in another Toot 'N Totum holdup.

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20 Years Since The Rodney King Verdict Sparked Infamous L.A. Riots
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Dumas Check Forger On The Loose

Moore County Crime Stoppers is on the lookout for a check forger and is asking for your help in finding him.

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Gun Appreciation Day Draws Out Gun Enthusiasts
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Amarillo Crime Stoppers Seeking Help With Taylor’s Robbery

An early Sunday morning hold up has police looking for a suspect and soliciting your help.

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5 Million Dollars In Cash Displayed At Seminole Hard Rock Casino
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Reward Increased For Information On Toot ‘N Totum Robbery Suspects

On January 8th, two armed men robbed the Toot 'N Totum at 4200 SW 34th.  They are still at large and Crime Stoppers is turning up the heat.

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Holiday Shopping Season Gets Underway On "Black Friday"
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70 Year Old Man Robbed At Amarillo’s South Coulter Walmart

Monday morning at the Walmart on South Coulter a 70 year old man was robbed of cash as he loaded recently bought groceries into his car.

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Shooting Death Of Unarmed Teen Trayvon Martin Sparks National Outrage
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Amarillo Police Test DNA And Identify Home Invader And Rapist From February

The Amarillo Police have made an arrest in the heinous home invasion attack in February.  They have 83.22 million reasons telling them they have the right guy.

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