Upper 80's for high temperatures on Monday, as a cold front moves through West Texas.
City pools and aquatic centers officially open for the season on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
A bit cooler this weekend in the 90's for high temperatures, along with a risk for thunderstorms, especially on Sunday.
Your Local Big 2 Sports caught up with Jercy Barrato to get a behind scenes look at the Lady Drillers.
Authorities break up an alleged meth ring selling the drug in Odessa.
Out of hundreds of bands, Lee High School's Mighty Rebel Band was one of 20 chosen to march in the Pasadena Rose Parade.
Midland's firefighter wives came together on Saturday to organize an event raising money for Trey Rodriguez's Kids.
High temperatures will approach 100 again on Monday.
19 year old Haley Kemp was found dead near the intersection of CR 135 and CR 1205 late Saturday morning.
A 38 year old man and 14 year old boy are under arrest in connection with a murder two weeks ago.
A deadly dog disease outbreak in Odessa has some people concerned about the city having to euthanize some dogs.
Shout Cheerleading by Welton gives youth a place to learn gymnastics and hip hop dancing.
The severe weather threat is over, and sun returns for the rest of the work week.
A few severe thunderstorms are possible once again on Memorial Day.
Dr. Nate Hearne spoke about his new book and the challenges he faced as the first African American hired on the coaching staff at Permian High School.
Severe thunderstorms will threaten Friday night through Sunday.
Gilbert Sanchez and the Bulldogs are very confident going into the regional semifinals facing Flower Mound Marcus.
One local business owner speaks out when a proposed payday loan ordinance moves closer to law in Midland.
A man is allegedly run over and killed by two people in a hit and run in the city of Andrews.
Temperatures will be hot on Monday and Tuesday before rain chances return late week.
An audit is sent to the Martin County Sheriff's Office to determine if a criminal investigation will be launched.
A former assistant softball coach is under arrest tonight and facing felony charges of an Improper Relationship between Educator and Student.
The City of Odessa is working to rehabilitate water mains throughout the city.
An Odessa man is awoken by his dog in the middle of the night, and then rescued by Odessa Police.
One more day of high temperatures in the 80's on Monday before a cool down into the low 60's for high on Tuesday.
Natural gas is a huge part of the energy business in the Permian Basin.
Former Permian High teacher Mark Lampman was found dead in a field following his resignation from the school.
An Odessa woman battling cancer has her house cleaned by Merry Maids.
Midland Independent School District is announcing plans to offer bonuses to new and returning teachers.
Temperatures approach 100 for Monday with a sunny sky persisting most of the week.
Judge Susan Redford breaks a 2-2 tie vote on Thursday to keep the Ector County Medical Examiner's Office.
The Permian Basin Regional Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse has teamed with Odessa Police Department and will be placing a Permanent Medication Box at the Odessa Police Department in the entry way.
The Commemorative Air Force is moving their headquarters from Midland to Dallas.
Ector County Court Commissioners voted to not pay any more money to a consulting firm after they see the results of a study.
It will remain windy on Monday, but not as strong as Sunday.
A woman faces serious charges in connection with a corn dog order she found unsatisfactory.
City Councilors consider placing restrictions on payday loan agencies.
A challenge to photograph all 50 states turns into success for one man.
A man fleeing the state of Texas is found in Alabama.
Ector County Sheriff's Department is now reporting that gunshot victim has passed away from his injuries.
The City of Big Spring has experienced a large main break located at 10th & Nolan which will affect many citizens within the City.
The Midland Humane Coalition is trying to find CASEY a Forever Home!
The future of the city of Midland might include rerouting the railroad, a new loop and a freeway downtown.
The memory of a Midland oil man is being honored after he lost his battle to cancer. This week his former company is helping build three new homes as part of Midland Habitat for Humanity.
The almost half a billion dollar tower, expected to define Midland's skyline is now looking to be two towers.
In honor of Diabetes Alert Day, Medical Center Health System is offering various services for free this week.
The Odessa College Fire Academy conducted its first approved live fire training this weekend.
Hood Junior High will remain closed Thursday and Friday for a haz mat clean up after a mercury scare.
A bomb squad was called out to Odessa after a suspicious package was reported Tuesday.
The dust hit the northern High Plains mid afternoon Tuesday.