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NewsTalk 710 KGNC gets you started right every weekday morning from 6am-8am with NewsDay Amarillo. Along with your host Tim Butler, NewsDay Amarillo has local news coverage with Mike Hill, sports headlines with Mike Roden and complete weather coverage with "Doppler" Dave Oliver from the NewsChannel 10 Stormtrack weather team. James Hunt has an Agri-Business update at 6:30am & 7:30am. NewsDay Amarillo is now on Saturday mornings from 6-7am.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers is asking for help finding their fugitive of the week.
Quentin Adam Sanders is wanted by pardon and parole for dangerous drugs. Anyone with information on Sanders is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 374-4400 or submit a tip online at amapolice.org.
You could get a reward of up to $300 if your anonymous tip leads to his arrest.
A man and a woman were arrested after selling meth to an undercover cop.
Around 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, Billie Jeanne Ramirez, 28, and Dewey Bob Meyers, 56, pulled into the Hobby Lobby parking lot on Bell, where Ramirez sold the meth to the undercover officer. They were both booked into Randall county for manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.
Meyers also had 3 outstanding municipal warrants.
Kids in the Eastridge area have a new place to cool off.
A new splash pad was unveiled Wednesday morning in Eastridge school park. In addition to the splash pad, there is now shaded seating and improvements to the restrooms, walkways, and lighting.
The splash pad is open for public use from 11-8, seven days a week.