Odessa city councilman and banker Dewey Bryant is named in a civil lawsuit alleging a “Ponzi-style fraud scheme” that totaled over $13 million.
Recount Filed in Close Texas GOP Congressional Race
A closely divided electorate left a difference of only 45 votes in the recent bid for the Republican nomination, sparking one of the candidates to ask for a recount.
President Trump Signals Support for Oil Industry in West Texas Visit
The historic presidential visit included a campaign fundraiser in Odessa and a tour of an oil rig.
Doctors With Coronavirus Treatment Face Orwellian Suppression
Several doctors across the country—who are apparently successfully treating the Chinese coronavirus—are experiencing an Orwellian-like oppression by the media and government regulators.
Candidates Seek Abbott’s Appointment to Vacant Midland Court Seat
Six candidates have begun the two-step process of vying for Gov. Greg Abbott’s appointment to the 385th District Court in Midland.
Second Texas County GOP Votes to Censure Abbott
Harrison County Republicans joined Ector County in passing a censure resolution against Gov. Abbott, and more counties reportedly have resolutions in the works.
Ector County GOP Votes to Censure Abbott on Independence Day
The Ector County GOP in Odessa has censured Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, citing constitutional overreach in his executive orders, sparking other counties to consider following suit.
Odessa City Council Votes Down Mask Mandate Opposed by Residents
Odessa residents and city council members expressed opposition to a mask mandate proposal that was ultimately voted down at a hearing held on Monday.
Runoff Election Profile: Midland Judicial Candidate David Rogers
Texas Scorecard profiles the two candidates facing off in the Republican primary runoff to be the next judge of the 142nd State District Court in Midland County.
Midland County Official Arrested for Drunk Driving
Midland County’s district clerk was jailed for driving while intoxicated.