The City of Odessa is warning residents about repair scammers after the recent storms.According to the city, if someone knocks on your door offering to make repairs, ask to see their Peddler’s Permit and identification from the city.The city says anyone who goes door-to-door must have them and they must be visible.According to the city, repair workers can only visit homes between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.If you are suspicious, call police.Never give anyone cash up front and check out the business first.We’re told anyone who doesn’t have the permit and ID faces a misdemeanor and fine up to $500.
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With every pancake flipped and plate served, the lions club is able to help out their local charities and programs.
The first Ted-X Talk in Odessa was Saturday, Feb. 24. The theme of the talks was Moonshot Madness.
You still have time to get your vote in early for the primary elections. Polls close at 7 p.m. this Saturday evening. But, they will be open Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
If you've driven down Highway 80, you may have noticed a lot of work and dust. Crews are out plowing up the ground in ditches along the highway.
The Midland Fire Department is responding to a grass fire in Martin County. We’re told that the fire is off the west bound lanes on Interstate 20 near mile marker 150.