Odessa man dead following 2-vehicle accident in Midland Co.

The man was driving westbound on SH 349 Saturday night but did not have his vehicle's headlights on.
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Odessa man dies after being struck in Lowe’s parking lot

Heritage Museum to host Coffee, Cake, Canvas event

Guests can enjoy a fun-filled afternoon making a whimsical snowman painting for a gift or decoration. The event will be from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 11 at the museum, 510 Scurry Street.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  Winter is Coming: Use these tips to stay safe, warm
Winter weather has arrived. It’s important to stay warm and safe during cold weather.
Permian puts tough rivalry loss behind them and are gearing up for bi-district playoff game
The Panthers will take on El Paso Coronado in the bi-district round this Friday at Ratliff at 7:30 P.M.
Bronchos finished the season leaving their mark on the program
The Odessa Broncho’s season came to an end earlier than they hoped for. OHS fell to Midland High 49-35 last week securing the Bulldogs into the final spot for the playoffs. For the Bronchos, through adversity and tough games, the theme throughout this whole season was their resilience every week.

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Veteran’s Day: Local veteran, entrepreneur succeeds in personal training

Petroleum Museum hosts lecture discussing Texans' impact in World War I

The Director of the Texas Military Forces Museum will be giving a lecture covering Texans' impact on the Great War.
Petroleum Museum hosting Midland County Library literacy advocate for lecture
Trial rescheduled again in Mark Garrett case
Midland Humane Coalition holding orientation for enhanced adoption center volunteers

NATIONAL HEADLINES

Ginsburg, 85, improving after fall but misses court session

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has missed a brief court session while recovering from a fall and three broken ribs

The Latest: NY El Chapo trial prompts intense security

The notorious Mexican drug lord known as "El Chapo" is being tried in New York City amid intense security measures

SPORTS

  MHS quarterback honors former teammates

Bronchos finished the season leaving their mark on the program

The Odessa Broncho’s season came to an end earlier than they hoped for. OHS fell to Midland High 49-35 last week securing the Bulldogs into the final spot for the playoffs. For the Bronchos, through adversity and tough games, the theme throughout this whole season was their resilience every week.