Michigan Ave. in Midland Closed For Construction
Watch out on your morning commute this week as Michigan Ave. will be closed for a while for construction.
Midland Habitat for Humanity Opens 150th House
Tuesday was a milestone day for Midland Habitat for humanity as they dedicated their 150th house built by local volunteers.
Midland Memorial Hospital To Become Breast Milk Depot
MMH has partnered with Mothers' Milk Bank of North Texas to become the place where mothers can donate breast milk.
Building of the Southwest in Midland Could Now Be Demolished
Asbestos removal is currently being done to the 50 year old building when it was discovered that replacement of the roof could be costly.
Four School Zones in Midland Are Scheduled To Be Removed
Four school zones that have been found to have no pedestrian activity during school hours are scheduled to be removed.
Midland Police Will Not Give Up on 40 Year Old Cold Case
MPD has many cases that are still unsolved and one of them is the almost 40 year old case of Kristy Lynne Booth.
EZ Rider Suggests You Take the Bus During National ‘Dump the Pump Day’
Dump the Pump Day is June 21, 2018 and EZ Rider in Midland and Odessa are telling you to take the bus that day for all your regular errands or to go to work.
Grub Burger Bar in Midland Giving Back to Children’s Grief Centre
Grub Burger bar in Midland is hosting an event to give back to the Rays of Hope Children's Grief Centre on Thursday, June 21, 2018.
Summer Solstice Celebration to Be Held at UTPB Stonehenge
The beginning of summer will be celebrated in Odessa at the replica of Stonehenge on the UTPB Campus.
Lee High School Graduation Video Goes Viral and Gets National Attention
The video of Carlos Neira's celebration of getting his high school diploma has gone nationwide as publications like People Magazine are also running the story.
The Future of the Ector Theater is Once Again Uncertain
The plans for the updating and renovation of the historic Ector Theater is back to being in the uncertain column.
In-N-Out Burger Temporarily Closes All Texas Restaurants Earlier This Week
The company says the restaurants were closed earlier this week because of the lack of quality in their buns.
Texas Dept. of State Health Warns About Pool Illnesses
School is out so that means pool time is the favorite recreational activity of kids, but the Texas Dept. of Health warns about pool-borne illnesses.
Fireworks Restrictions Placed on Both Midland and Ector Counties
Midland and Ector County Commissioners Court both voted in meetings held separately to ban two types of aerial fireworks for the upcoming 4th of July holiday.
West Texas Native Brings One-Armed Golf Championship to Odessa
Clay Kemper is the treasurer for the North American One-Armed Golfer Association and is bringing the 18th Annual National Championship to the Odessa Country Club.
Texas State Fair Announces 2018 Entertainment Lineup
The Texas State Fair is of course the most visited annual event in the state, and they have just announced the 2018 lineup of performers.
Fan Drive in Midland/Odessa Helps Salvation Army Beat the Heat
With temps already in the triple digit range for the past couple of weeks, that means it is time for fan donations to the Salvation Army.
Midland’s Beal Dog Park Closed Temporarily Because of Flooding
If you usually walk your dog around Beal Park in Midland, you may have to wait several days before you can again.
Water Systems in Midland and Odessa to Go Through Annual Chlorine Flush
The annual chlorine flush of Midland and Odessa water systems will begin this Friday, June 1, 2018 and run for the next 30 days.
Midland’s Summer Mummers Kicks Off 70th Season Beginning Friday
One Midland tradition that never goes out of style is Summer Mummers, which returns for its 70th summer season beginning Friday, June 1, 2018.