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Former Texas Tech Coach Kliff Kingsbury Hired as Head Coach of the Arizona Cardinals
Just a little over a month ago Kliff Kingsbury was searching for a job and shortly after got hired as the offensive coordinator for USC but now has inked a deal with the Arizona Cardinals.
Texas Transportation Commission to Lower Speeds On Some Highways in West Texas
With the increase in traffic in the Basin, some roads in the area will have speed limits reduced due to the increase in accidents.
Why Texas Does Not Sell Alcohol on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and Sundays
If you have been wondering why you can't buy alcohol on Sundays, Christmas, and New Year's Day the answer goes back almost 100 years.
Bush Childhood Home in Midland to Become a National Landmark
The Childhood home of former President George W. Bush is soon to be a national landmark.
Odessa High School Female Kicker is Proving Football is Not Just For Guys
The Odessa Bronchos have something no other high school team in the area has, a female kicker.
Hurricane Harvey Could Surpass Katrina in Damage Costs
With Hurricane Harvey heading back out to the Gulf of Mexico, rain totals and damage from floods could surpass Hurricane Katrina.
The History of the Name Harvey on Past Storms
Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast on Friday evening and caused damage in Corpus Christi, Port Aransas, and Rockport and is still dumping rain around Houston. But this is not the only tropical storm or hurricane that has been named Harvey.
Local Congressman Mike Conaway Present During Shooting at Congress Baseball Practice
Local Congressman Mike Conaway was present during the baseball practice where a gunman opened fire on members of Congress this morning in Alexandria, Virginia.
Texas Texting and Driving Ban Signed Into Law by Governor Greg Abbott
Texting and driving has been banned in many counties and cities in Texas but yesterday it finally became a law statewide.