FIRST ON CBS7: Beto absolutely wrong; There was no ambulance shortage after the mass shooting

Fri Sep 13 21:15:42 PDT 2019

FIRST ON CBS7: Beto absolutely wrong; There was no ambulance shortage after the mass shooting

FIRST ON CBS7: Beto absolutely wrong; There was no ambulance shortage after the mass shooting

Texas sports move forward with reopening

Texas sports move forward with reopening

Water parks allowed to re-open Friday

Per a proclamation from Governor Abbott, water parks can re-open to limited capacity on Friday.

Pops in the Park event Cancelled

Big Spring has cancelled its Pops in the Park this year.

Tensions flare at Midland townhall after arrest of young black man called police tactics into question

Midland hosted its first community conversation Thursday after video of the arrest of Tye Anders went viral.

Two healthcare workers at Veterans home in Big Spring test positive

The Big Spring mayor says the city is now working to test all veterans at the Veterans home.

Panel predicts recovery for Permian Basin

Panel predicts recovery for Permian Basin

 

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