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Abbott-Davis debate is on

Abbott-Davis debate is on

The debate that almost didn't happen is about to occur Tuesday night.

The Loves of Zeus

The Loves of Zeus

We talked to Amarillo artist Stephanie Jung about her exhibit "The Loves of Zeus"

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"Sweeney Todd"

"Sweeney Todd"

Join Bryn Terfel and Emma Thompson for an evening of inspired musical mayhem.

Koch

Koch

Few have matched the bravado, combativeness and egocentricity of Mayor Ed Koch.

The Boomer List

The Boomer List

Meet 19 iconic baby boomers from this influential generation born between 1946 and 1964.

Arts

Accessory Art

Accessory Art

Ten-year-old Kayia talks about creating cell phone cases, bows and other accessory art.

Interactive Art

Interactive Art

Can interactive art attract a new generation of art lovers?

Music is Instrumental

Music is Instrumental

This series of short videos from Panhandle PBS will introduce students young and old to the instruments of the symphony orchestra.

Community

American Graduate

American Graduate

What are community organizations doing to help students graduate from high school?

Panhandle Stories

Panhandle Stories

Panhandle PBS is seeking Panhandle stories throughout the 2013 – 2014 year as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations.

Season of Mystery

Season of Mystery

Join Panhandle PBS this fall for events around the theme "Season of Mystery."

News

Final Gubernatorial Debate Looms in Dallas

Final Gubernatorial Debate Looms in Dallas

f the recent past is any guide, state Sen. Wendy Davis will go on the attack in her final debate with Attorney General Greg Abbott in the race for Texas governor.

Rising Graduation Rates Spark Renewed Doubts

Rising Graduation Rates Spark Renewed Doubts

The percentage of Texas students earning their high school diplomas on time exceeds that of nearly every other state. But the state’s headway with graduation rates hasn't been matched by similar success in measures that track students’ college and career readiness.

Perry Critics See a Double Standard

Perry Critics See a Double Standard

The DWI case of Republican Jack Stick, the top lawyer for the state’s sprawling health care agency, is scheduled for a pretrial hearing next week after two years of delay.

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