OPD Looking to Purchase Body Cameras

Odessa Police Officers may soon be required to wear body cameras.

Greenwood residents are getting more and more frustrated as traffic increases and accidents become a common occurrence at one busy intersection. The lack of lights at the intersection is what many are blaming for a deadly car accident that happened there just last week.

CRANE – The Crane Independent School District is having to shell out some serious cash after a hail storm a few months back.

Governor Greg Abbott is calling for all law enforcement officials around the state to band together and turn on their flashing red and blue lights simultaneously for one minute on Friday.

Suspected Bank Robber Assaulted After Crime

United Way of Midland and Odessa Receive Checks

Watch: Woman captures video of bear nipping her leg

Most Wanted Sex Offender Arrested in San Antonio

Midland North Side Walmart Starts Hiring Process

First Annual Citywide Wellness Tour

Shooting at Andrews County Golf Course Parking Lot

New Laws Take Effect September 1st

Watch: Man uses drone to catch fish

City of Midland Cancels November General Elections

Children's Department at Ector County Library Back Open

Congressman Will Hurd Traveling to Several Counties

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