Big Spring Police and the Texas Rangers have released a sketch of the suspect they believe to be involved in a brutal attack on an elderly woman last month in Big Spring. The 84-year-old victim was able to describe the suspect to a forensic artist.
The accused gunman in the deadly Alpine shooting is still in jail. 28-year-old Alvino Gonzales asked to have his bond reduced.
Midland Police need your help locating a missing person. Police are looking for Kelly Brooks. Brooks was last seen on July 28 leaving her home to work where she never arrived.
A Midland man is locked up after throwing a beer bottle at another guy. According to the report, 23-year-old Carlos Artiaga and another man were drinking by a van.
Al's Complete Auto Repair off Second Street in Odessa has had their fair share of break-ins. This time thieves broke in and stole a truck by running it right through a fence.
One man in Andrews is working to combat the high rate of teen suicide and pregnancy in town. He is doing so through christian music.
Authorities still have not determined what started a huge fire at an apartment complex in Hobbs last week. The huge blaze destroyed five buildings that were under construction at the complex and nearly 36,000 square feet of land.
Albertsons and the Muscular Dystrophy Association “Aisles of Smiles” campaign kicked off on Friday. Guests at Midland and Odessa Albertsons locations can purchase products marked with the special “Aisles for Smiles” tags.
If you want to get rid of bulky items like furniture and appliance, you have a place to go this weekend. Citizens can dispose of those items this weekend at Purple Sage Park in Odessa on East 11th Street.
A food truck owner in Midland has an idea to revitalize downtown. Todd Brown is the owner of Brown's Barbecue.
If you're back-to-school shopping in New Mexico, Tax Free Weekend began on Friday. Shoppers will not have to pay tax on numerous items through August third.
The Lea County Fair and PRCA Rodeo kicked off on Friday. The fair and rodeo will run until August ninth.
Village Farms Greenhouse in Marfa has reopened after a major hailstorm two years ago. We're told 60 of the original 80 acres that were damaged have been re-built and that they do have plans to finish off the remaining 20 acres.