An El Nino weather pattern expected to form later this year may bring drought relief to West Texas.
"Raise hell in Odessa, raise a family in Midland," is a saying many have heard over the years. Local Big 2 News investigates if it still holds true today?
High Sky Children's Ranch in Midland pursues a new way to treat kids who have been through traumatic experiences.
Odessa Police say two people were struck outside Graham's Central Station nightclub early Saturday morning.
A Midland man says scammers who called him threatened to "blow the United States up in 20 days."
High temperatures on Monday approach 100, then a cold front slowly tracks into Texas mid-week bringing some much needed rainfall.
Upgrades will include new hydrants and water lines throughout the city, but the improvements will come with a proposal to increase tax rates.
Odessa City Councilors update their contract with Summit Energy, bringing it one step closer to completion.
A new report shows more teens than ever before smoke Hookah because they think it's safe, but local doctors say that's not true.
Crossfit Tall City owner Tye Orr is a Crossfit Level 1 Trainer who believes for true fitness, routine is the enemy.
Lucio remembers his first wheelchair at four years old and ever since, he’s been playing sports.
A man is dead after officials say he ran a red light at the intersection of Maple Ave. and Tanglewood Lane early Saturday morning.
Officials say a pick-up truck fails to stop, causing a semi-truck to crash into a Kent Kwik Texaco Station Saturday morning.
The first human West Nile case of the season in Texas was discovered this week, and new mosquito-borne diseases may threaten the state.
Big Spring's Pops in the Park celebrates the Fourth of July a day early.
COM Aquatics Swimnastics Director Emily Sanchez says she teaches students the correct diving technique by using gymnastics.
Midland Mad Dog Rugby is in it's 15th season in the Tall City.
H-E-B recalls of several beef market items.
A 3 in 10 chance for showers and thunderstorms Tuesday night into Wednesday.
A 3 in 10 chance for showers and thunderstorms starting late Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday night for the Permian Basin.
A new report shows Odessa's water quality better than required by law, but residents remain upset about the taste.
A mobile home park closing in Greenwood may be purchased by Greenwood ISD.
What began as a kidnapping investigation is now a homicide investigation.
Program Director, Cindy Lee believes martial arts improves an individuals mind and gives them peace of mind.
Police believe four African American men robbed a man in Odessa at the Southgate Apartment Complex Thursday night.
After suffering many seizures, Midland swimmer Michael Repman was diagnosed with epilepsy.
A woman's house is struck by lightning in Odessa, leaving a hole in her roof and chimney.
An oil company is set to partner with the city of Midland to upgrade the waste water treatment plant.
Greenwood First Baseman Austin Ulcak, has played baseball since 3rd grade and hopes to bring home a district championship his Senior year.
A shortfall of donations could lead to fewer festivities at Big Spring's independence day celebration.
Strong to Severe Thunderstorms will pop up across the Permian Basin this afternoon, mostly after 3pm.
Tall City Christian Track Club Captain, Miah Nelson, hopes to bring home the gold medal to the Basin.
Midland firefighters train for response to a near drowning.
Students who fail the STAAR exams in 5th and 8th grade must attend summer school until late June.
A new type of pavement is being used for the first time in Midland on Lamesa Road.
A temporary ban on new students at three MISD elementary schools is lifted.
Student leaders choose to go ahead with a prayer in the opening and closing statements of Permian and Odessa High's graduations.
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.