It was a colorful start to the Easter weekend with the “Run or Dye” 5K on Saturday morning in Midland. About 1,000 people showed up to the Scharbauer Sports Complex to run and get splashed with color along the way.
30-year-old Aaron Hughes is a driver and paramedic with the Midland Fire Department. He was recently diagnosed with cancer. Aaron tells NewsWest 9 that he had an ulcer on his tongue that wouldn't go away. The doctor performed a biopsy on it and a few days later Aaron found out he had carcinoma.
State agents have seized a polygamous group's Texas ranch where hundreds of children were removed during a 2008 FBI raid prompted by child sex abuse allegations.
A child was hit by a vehicle in Big Spring on Thursday night. We’re told the accident happened in the 1200 block of Gregg Street, just before 8:45 p.m.
A Carlsbad home that caught fire last week appears to be arson. That's according to the Carlsbad Current-Argus. The fire erupted at a home in the 1000 block of Mermod Street on April seventh.
A Crosbyton, Texas, man is dead after an accident in Midland County on Wednesday afternoon. The accident happened in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 20, near the Cotton Flat exit, just before 4:30 p.m.
More than two months after radiation leaked from the federal government's half-mile deep nuclear waste dump in southeastern New Mexico, crews think they have identified the area where the release occurred.
If you're driving through Big Spring next week, we want to give you a heads up on a traffic alert. Work on the FM 2599 overpass will close some of the Interstate 20 lanes.
Hunger is on the rise in West Texas, most often in children. Hundreds gathered at a special event on Friday with aims to put a stop to summer hunger.
There's a shortage of tutu's in McCamey right now. That's because they're getting ready for their first ever Tutu Fun Run 5K.
Lea County employees could be seeing a price hike in their checks. According to the Hobbs News-Sun, County Commissioners discussed the county's budget for next year on Thursday.
No cattle, means no money, for the West Texas town of Presidio. The U.S. Department of Agriculture pulled its inspectors from Ojinaga, Mexico because they say the town isn't safe for them to be there.
Teacher housing is the way for the Crane School District. School board members voted to buy land for the housing. It would be located on about three acres.
There's a deadly virus in bats that Carlsbad Caverns officials wants to warn people about. According to the park, there's a disease called "White-Nose Syndrome" that has killed more than five million bats in the country since 2006.
If you're looking for something fun and cheap to do with the family this weekend, you may want to head to a National Park. Saturday marks the start of National Park Week.
The world's highest mountain has seen its deadliest-ever disaster. As Nepalese Sherpa guides worked to set up ropes for other climbers on Mount Everest, an avalanche swept down the climbing route.
A fresh load of supplies is finally on its way to the International Space Station. A SpaceX rocket blasted off Friday with two and a half tons of cargo, more than a month late.
Searchers have now put markers on the surface of the water where the South Korean ferry went down. Part of the ship had remained above the surface until today, but now the entire vessel is submerged.
A powerful, magnitude-7.2 earthquake has shaken central and southern Mexico. The U.S. Geological Survey initially calculated the quake's magnitude at 7.5, but later downgraded it to 7.2.