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Airsho pilot encourages girls to keep their eyes on the sky and jump in the cockpit
Even after great American woman aviation pioneers like Amelia Earhart, Captain Julia Roberts is a part of a small, modern-day statistic.[read more]

The 23rd Annual Trio of Gardens features local landscapes
Keep Midland Beautiful along with many other sponsors showed off some of Midlands best gardens. They taught people how to care for their landscape even with the dry weather in West Texas.[read more]

Community members put together a car show for mass shooting victims
Two weeks since the mass shooting in Odessa and the Permian Basin community is still standing strong and offering support to those in need.[read more]

President Trump makes plan if oil prices increase after Saudi Arabia refinery attack
"I have authorized the release of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, if needed, in a to-be-determined amount... sufficient to keep the markets well-supplied."[read more]

MC announces fall 2019 College Classics programming
Seniors in the Permian Basin are getting a chance to go back to school and expand their learning thanks to Midland College. For the past 30 years, MC has offered courses for people 50 and over in West Texas.[read more]

Two Midland veteran groups come together to support victims of mass shooting
It's been exactly 2 weeks since the Odessa mass shooting and community members are still coming together to support the victims from that day.[read more]

Midland community fights back against human trafficking
“Look around and be aware. It is important to know what is going on in your own backyard because it is here. Just because you do not think that it happens and just because you do not recognize it, does not mean that it doesn’t exists. Step up to the plate," said Bownds.[read more]

First Responder Appreciation Cookout
The location where the youngest victims was shot and killed helped the Odessa community remember those who first responded during that day.[read more]

MISD's Dropout Recovery Walk
According to Midland ISD their high school graduation rates are on the rise and the district is looking to keep those numbers going up. As a way to keep students in school and help them achieve graduation, MISD had their 12th annual Dropout Recovery Walk.[read more]

Pecos Police Department phone lines are down after fire
The department posted on their Facebook page that there were no injuries and the fire was put out, but they did lose the use of their phone lines.[read more]