Serial killer admits to slaying Odessa woman in cold case

A man connected to several cold cases across the country has confessed to killing an Odessa woman in 1994.


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Jeremy Joel Ray McPeake has been charged with the murder of Latosha McPeake.


National Guard member charged with sexual assault in Alpine


Bill filing for 2019 session begins with legislation on marijuana, taxes and daylight saving time


Odessa man identified as victim of Midland County crash


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Details released on crash at Ector County Coliseum


Texas deputy shot in leg while checking illegal deer blind


Texas mom, 3 children burned using gasoline to start fire


Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl serves BBQ to wildfire firefighters


Man dies days after being hit by truck in Odessa



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Odessa police investigating rash of BB gun vandalism


Iowa woman accused of debarking dogs


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FBI report shows 17 percent spike in hate crimes in 2017


Pres. Trump picks replacement for Kavanaugh's appeals court seat


US trial to tell epic tale of Mexican drug lord "El Chapo"


Amazon chooses two locations for HQ2


US October budget deficit jumps to $100.5 billion


Public invited to free concert honoring veterans


Winter storm dumps snow in Texas, western Oklahoma


Texas firefighters heading to California to help battle deadly wildfires


Federal jury convicts Montreal man in US airport stabbing


Odessa City Council considering Torchy’s Tacos deal


CIA considered potential truth serum for terror suspects


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