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.
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.
It’s Time To Address Amarillo’s Massive Animal Problem
Amarillo has an animal overpopulation problem.
Amarillo May Take Down A Few Red Light Cameras, Put Up A Few More
Amarillo may soon do away with three red light cameras.
Fuel Mix-Up At Arden Road Walmart
A fuel mix-up at an Amarillo Walmart has led to headaches for many drivers.
Discussions To Rename Amarillo’s Lee Elementary
The trend of reevaluating and in some cases removing or changing tributes to the Civil War is alive in Amarillo.
Get a Texas Tattoo and Benefit Houston
Need some new ink? Want to help the Houston area?
Amarillo Homes Assaulted Saturday Night
Don’t tell me Saturday night's alright for fighting, maybe get a little action in.
Amarillo Preparing For Hurricane Harvey
Hurricane Harvey is set to hit Texas. Amarillo is standing by, ready to help.
Hello Mosquito! Welcome To The Amarillo Jungle
Thanks to the much needed rain we’ve gotten over the last few weeks, we now have a mosquito problem in Amarillo.
Man Who Killed Dumas Coach Headed To Prison
The man who struck and killed Dumas High School Coach Ryne Erickson is headed to prison.