It was just last week when the Jal, New Mexico, interim city manager, Bob Gallagher, got some information that raised concern over the police Chief Larry Burns.
We have an update on the Odessa teen who was shot earlier this week. 18-year-old Alex Reyna is listed in serious condition at Medical Center Hospital.
One man is behind bars after a shooting in Gaines County. The shooting happened on County Road 2201 on Sunday night. When officials arrived on the scene, they found two men with gunshot wounds.
Authorities are continuing to search for a man who allegedly kidnapped his girlfriend earlier this week. Officials are looking for Delton Jones.
Anticipation filled McCamey's City Hall Wednesday morning. After months of waiting, families filed inside to sign off on their new government assisted homes.
One woman is in fair condition after a pedestrian accident in Alpine on Tuesday. According to the Brewster County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, 80-year-old Margarita Espionsa was crossing the street at 5th and Holland Avenue when she was struck by a Dodge truck being driven by an elderly male.
If you live in Big Spring, there's a scam going around that we want to let you know about. There are organizations contacting local businesses to solicit advertisements on Big Spring Steer themed T-shirts, posters, plastic footballs and other items.
A Carrollton, Texas, woman is behind bars on charges after an argument over a corn dog. Midland Police were called out to business in the 1200 block of Lamesa Road after getting a call about a disturbance with weapons.
Two men are behind bars after getting busted with drugs. Midland Police pulled over 38-year-old Jaime Galan and 22-year-old Tyler McKinney for a traffic violation.
Hundreds of thousands of residents take the test every year in hopes of becoming a U.S. citizen. In part one of our special report, NewsWest 9 followed an applicant through her journey from beginning to end, as she prepares to take the U.S. citizenship test.
The City of Marfa has water right now but not for long. The city started a new water line project earlier this week and had to shut off water to the entire city.
The Gulf Coast Waste Disposal is wanting to conduct a water study in Odessa. At Tuesday night's meeting, council members approved to let the waste site apply for a grant.