Posted: Dec 20, 2015
For a trip to the North Pole, there’s no finer way to travel than on board The Polar Express.
If you’ve seen news reports on suspicious state contracts or chemical waste pits or officials’ text messages in the Waco biker shootout, you may notice a recurring theme: Government records obtained through the Texas Public Information Act.
A 4-year-old Sheffield boy died in a one-vehicle accident in which troopers reported the vehicle crashed into a home.
Two DPS Texas Highway Patrol sergeants were shot Tuesday afternoon while assisting Texas Rangers in arresting a man with warrants out of Ward County.
Officials with the First Basin Credit Union Permian Basin Fair and Expo announced country music star Trace Adkins will headline the 40th annual event among other additions Thursday.
Posted: Aug 11, 2018
On Aug. 11, 1965, rioting and looting that claimed 34 lives broke out in the predominantly b…
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NEW YORK (AP) — The driver of a New York City bus that plunged off a bridge blamed the dramatic crash on mechanical failure, saying Saturday t…
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BATON ROUGE, La. — Louisiana has identified the state’s first case of a coronavirus variant believed to be more transmissible than the original.
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BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Lower-division Spanish sides took out three more top-flight teams from the Copa del Rey on Saturday, taking advantage …
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Butler coach LaVall Jordan challenged Aaron Thompson on Saturday. The senior guard responded just as Jordan envisioned.
The 39-year-old woman arrested after she was in a standoff with the Odessa Police Department near Odessa High School on Friday was also reportedly in possession of 52.5 grams of methamphetamine.
An Odessa Police Department affidavit detailed that a 37-year-old man reportedly assaulted his girlfriend two times in less than a month with the second assault happening after an argument over chopsticks.
A 24-year-old man was arrested after he reportedly choked his girlfriend and stabbed her while she was 8 months pregnant.
A series of Odessa Police Department probable cause affidavits detail that a 24-year-old man assaulted his ex-girlfriend with a dog collar, caused nearly $3,000 in damage to her car and assaulted his ex-girlfriend’s brother with a metal pipe.
Two Midlanders were charged Wednesday afternoon with two federal misdemeanors in connection to the Capitol riots a week ago.
Medical Center Hospital officials are encouraging the public to visit the hospital’s website beginning Friday to start pre-registering for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine which is expected to arrive on Monday.
A 42 million year old partial skull was identified and discovered by members of the Virginia Tech Department of Geosciences in the College of Science and the University of Texas at Austin at the Dalquest Desert Research Station near the Big Bend Ranch State Park.
Ector County will no longer share local COVID-19 data with the public because county officials claim they don’t have the resources to keep the public informed, County Health Authority Dr. Babatunde Jinadu said Tuesday.
Medical Center Hospital will receive its first weekly shipment of 3,900 doses of the Pfizer COVID19 vaccine on Monday and begin administering shots on the same day. An online registration link is coming soon to sign up for the vaccine. For more information, visit tinyurl.com/y3sxd3to.
The presence of the COVID-19 virus has dramatically altered the way we live our lives, and the way we operate our schools. For the first time ever, Ector County ISD is offering students the chance to come to school and learn in-person or stay home and learn online.
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Congressman Mike Conaway (TX-11) delivers his final remarks on the Floor of the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday evening, November 18th, 2020.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — True to form, Betty White has something impish to say about her birthday Sunday.
Photo Courtesy of Humane Society of Odessa Posted: 7 days ago
Zara, a 2-year-old female Great Dane mix, needs to be adopted into a good home. To adopt Zar…
Maggie, a 1-year-old female cat, needs to be adopted into a good home. To adopt Maggie or an…
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MIDLAND The Petroleum Hall of Fame is dedicated to those who cherished the freedom to dare, and whose work and service helped b…
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Logistics Specialist 3rd Class Zac Lovell, right, of Odessa, and Retail Services Specialist Seaman Jabdiel Padillaperez, of Bar…
Odessa Regional Medical Center will host 10 mobile COVID-19 testing events over the next six weeks. Testing is free of charge for Ector County residents and is provided by the City of Odessa. Limited free flu vaccinations will also be available at these events. Residents will be required to bring an ID or proof of residency to the events.
All drive-up testing will start at 10 a.m. Residents may arrive starting at 8:30 a.m. to get in line. ORMC will test until 1:30 p.m. or until the 200 testing kits are exhausted at each event. If every test is utilized at every event, we will test 1,800 people total including tests administered at the ORMC Community Health Center.
The mobile COVID-19 testing is as followed:
John's Corner in Odessa TX
John's Corner is a landscaping and nursery garden solutions company located in Odessa, TX. John's specializes in various gardening areas such as: organic solutions, flowers, house plants, beddings plants, trees, shrubs, ground cover, and much more. With the correct guidance and solutions, John's employees are equipped with the knowledge and experience to improve your gardening area. Our garden center is based in the vicinity of Ector & Midland Counties, so if your garden is undergoing rough times, we have the products to help. These products include; Ferti-lome, Soil Mender, Roundup, Turfmark, Scott’s Ortho, Green Light, and Hi-yield.Our reputation speaks for itself; John’s Corner has won Best Nursery in the Odessa American Reader’s Choice Poll for 10 years in a row. If you are located in Andrews, Odessa, Midland, Permian Basin, or Ector County, we are here to fulfill all of your gardening or landscaping needs.
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