The City of Andrews is growing so city officials are looking at plans to expand and they want residents to hear about it. A town hall meeting will be held on Monday to discuss their plans.
Some residents are fighting to get Wal-Mart to come to town. But others think the retail giant will eat the small town and destroy their local mom-and-pop shops.
First, a petition to bring alcohol sales to Andrews, and now, a petition to bring Wal-Mart to the city showed up on Facebook on Friday.
A shed fire sparked up in Andrews on Saturday afternoon creating heavy black smoke in the area. The flames from the fire shot out from a shed near the 200 block of Broadway.
Alcohol sales in Andrews could make a comeback and a petition is trying to make that happen. The petition wants the decision of selling alcohol in the city limits to be up to the people by putting it on the November ballot.
Alcohol sales could be making a comeback on the November ballot in Andrews. The cases at gas stations are stocked full of cold drinks but come November, stores might have to make more room.
A Carlsbad, New Mexico, man is dead after an accident in Andrews County on Tuesday. DPS Officials tell NewsWest 9, 30-year-old Dustin Sultemeier was heading northwest on State Highway 128 when he failed to negotiate a curve in the roadway.
The Odessa Police Bomb Unit has cleared the area after a search warrant led to the discovery of a make shift bomb. It all started when officers with the Narcotic/Vice Unit executed a search warrant at the CubeSmart Self Storage Unit located at 5306 North Grandview.
An Andrews High School teacher was arrested over the weekend after police said she made alcohol available to minors. The alleged incident happened at the teacher's home.
Drivers in Andrews can expect to see some delays for the next for months while TXDOT crews work on two big road projects. One project is one mile of Highway 176 which is being expanded from two lanes to four lanes with a center turning lane.
The City of Andrews continues to grow with the success of the oil boom. City Council members recently gave the green light for construction of a Loves Truck Stop.
Higher levels of radioactive waste could be coming to Andrews County if one State Senator has his way. Kel Seliger has introduced a bill to store higher levels of radioactive waste.
An Andrews woman is accused of murdering the toddler she was babysitting. Mandi Joy McDaniel is facing capital and felony murder charges for allegedly killing 15 month-old Zula Grey Johnson. On Wednesday, she was indicted by an Andrews grand jury.
An Andrews County grand jury has indicted a woman for the death of a 15 month old toddler. Mandy Joy McDaniel has been formally charged with capital murder.
An Andrews man was killed in a motorcycle accident near Andrews. The accident happened on Highway 115, two miles east of Andrews on Sunday.
Two copper thieves caught on camera in Andrews County. Now, authorities want to know if you recognize the men in the surveillance video. They broke into an oilfield yard just inside the Andrews County line.
DPS Criminal Investigations Agents were conducting a narcotics investigation involving a male and female suspect. According to the preliminary investigation, as DPS officers identified themselves and attempted to arrest the individuals, the female suspect fled the scene. When she allegedly attempted to hit officers with her vehicle, arresting officers fired.
The recent West Nile Virus outbreak is the largest ever seen in the United States and it's showing no signs of slowing down. Now the mosquito-born West Nile Virus has taken its first victim in the Permian Basin.
Recent rainfall has prompted a long-awaited change in Andrews County. Earlier this week, Andrews County Commissioners decided to rescind one of the longest continuous burn bans in years.
Property owners in Andrews have until the end of next month to clear out mesquite or they're facing a big bill. It's an ordinance that has been in place but never officially enforced.
The truck reliever route in Andrews is one step closer to becoming a reality. The city awarded the bid to Dell Hur Industries, a construction company out of Washington State.
West Texas towns are doing everything they can to survive this drought. Cities are desperate to conserve water and others are looking for new sources. But believe it or not, the City of Andrews not only has enough water to last them years but they've also stumbled upon a new resource.
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