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Texas House Votes in Favor of Reducing Penalties For Marijuana Possession
Getting penalties reduced for small amounts of marijuana is one step closer to being passed.
Former Odessa High Student at the Center of the ‘Kiss and Kill Murder’ Dies at Age 75
The man at the center of the infamous "Kiss and Kill Murder" back in 1961, has passed away at age 75.
UPDATE: Odessa Waiter Makes Up Story of Racist Note on Receipt
The sheer ignorance and racist acts of some people can cross the line, even in Odessa.
Sign Up Now for the MHC’s 4th Annual Hot Dog Run 5K and 1 Mile!
Everyone here at the station loves dogs and that's why we want to make sure to let you know about the Midland Humane Coalition's 4th Annual Hot Dog Run 5K and 1 Mile!
Hurricane Harvey Could Surpass Katrina in Damage Costs
With Hurricane Harvey heading back out to the Gulf of Mexico, rain totals and damage from floods could surpass Hurricane Katrina.
The History of the Name Harvey on Past Storms
Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast on Friday evening and caused damage in Corpus Christi, Port Aransas, and Rockport and is still dumping rain around Houston. But this is not the only tropical storm or hurricane that has been named Harvey.
New Midland Restaurant Does Not Allow Neck Tattoos in Their Restaurant
A new Midland restaurant is getting some back lash on social media for turning away a couple of customers for having neck and face tattoos.
Polling Locations in Midland and Ector Counties For Election Day
Tomorrow is Election Day and your vote IS important so make sure you go out and vote.
Help Find Those The Armed Guys Breaking into Midland Homes (VIDEO)
I was chatting with one of our Midland CrimeStoppers officers today and this video is shocking!
Permian Basin Area Earthquakes Could be Caused By Fracking
Recent earthquakes in the Permian Basin in the past several years could be because of the oil industry according to a study conducted by University of Texas researchers.