AAA estimates that 1 in 3 Americans will be traveling during the holidays. If you are one of those who is traveling, we hope you look over these few tips provided to us through the Midland Police Department.
The Midland Festival Ballet will be preforming their 25th anniversary production of “The Nutcracker.”The cast will include over 100 local performers, MFB Alumna Lindsey Croop, Anthony Spaulding of the Dance Theatre of Harlem and others from Ballet San Antonio, Boulder Ballet, etc.
Midland Beer Garden is hosting an interactive piano show called “The Eighty Eights Show.”The show includes a live duo performance with dueling pianos and becomes an engaging, unscripted excursion that leaves the crowd anticipating what will happen next.
Crossroads in Odessa offers a Christmas party for the community. Guests can expect to hear lots of Christmas music, with special effects and lighting, as well as an interactive show for all ages. There will also be coffee, hot chocolate and baked goods.
Midland Police responded to a crash that occurred on the eastbound lanes of Hwy 191 near FM 1788. Police say they suspect a car malfunction caused the driver to lose control of the vehicle and roll over.
The Texas of Department of Public Safety is investigating a two-vehicle fatality crash in Winkler County. The crash is located approximately eight miles east of Kermit on Hwy 302. Troopers responded to this reported crash at 2:51 a.m. on Dec. 15.
Odessa Police SWAT Team and OPD Narcotics Unit aided in executing several high-risk warrants in Andrews city and county. These warrants were part of a greater operation called Silent Night, a drug warrant round-up that occurred on Wednesday.