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Trump threatens to move RNC without assurances from N.C. governor
Trump's tweets about the RNC, planned for Charlotte, come just two days after North Carolina recorded its largest daily increase in positive cases yet.[read more]

High prices at grocery stores and supply chain disruptions expected to persist
Americans looking to get outside this holiday weekend, maybe fire up the grill, should be prepared to see high prices at grocery stores, especially cookout staples like ground beef and chicken.[read more]

COVID-19 BY THE NUMBERS: Midland Co. - 124 (12 died), Ector Co. - 136 (4 died), Andrews Co. - 27
Here are the numbers of confirmed coronavirus cases in our local counties.[read more]

Trump honors fallen soldiers on Memorial Day in twin events
President Donald Trump honored America’s fallen service members on Monday as he commemorated Memorial Day in back-to-back appearances in the midst of the pandemic.[read more]

Memorial Day weekend draws crowds -- and triggers warnings
The U.S. is continuing a cautious state-by-state reopening, even as the president urged states to relax their lockdowns during the Memorial Day weekend.[read more]

US faces Memorial Day like no other under virus restrictions
U.S. authorities warned beach-goers to heed social-distancing rules to avoid a resurgence of the virus that has infected 5.4 million people worldwide and killed over 345,000, including nearly 100,000 Americans, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.[read more]

UPDATED: COVID-19 recoveries up to 163 across West Texas
CBS7 continues to track the number of COVID-19 recoveries across West Texas.[read more]

Police arrest Utah man suspected of killing his Tinder date
A Utah man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of murder after police say he told authorities he killed a 25-year-old woman he had met on the popular dating app Tinder.[read more]

VFW remembers fallen heroes
Local veterans remind us of the true meaning of Memorial Day[read more]

Crowds pack pool bar at Lake of the Ozarks amid pandemic
It's business per usual at the Lake of the Ozarks. Businesses stay busy with out-of-towners vacationing over Memorial Day Weekend.[read more]