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Matt Rist CBS 7 News email@example.com March 11, 2014 PERMIAN BASIN-Just under 500 customers are without power in the Loop 338 / Eastridge area.
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10 hrs ago | Amarillo.com
Amarillo City Council members gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a rate settlement with Atmos Energy that will result in an annual $2.85 million increase in payments from in-city customers in the Amarillo rate area, or an average of $2.68 a month for residential customers.
14 hrs ago | KOSA
Nicolaas Koppert 03/11/14 It may be no surprise but a report released by TXDOT shows crashes are on the rise in West Texas.
15 hrs ago | Guns Magazine
One great thing about guns is they don't wear out nearly as quickly as pickup trucks.
15 hrs ago | Austin American-Statesman
The Austin Fire Department announced today that two members of the department have been chosen to share the 100 Club of Central Texas' "Outstanding Firefighter of the Year" award, which will be formally presented at a ceremony on April 4. Fire Specialist Reggie Tait and Firefighter Coitt Kessler are being lauded for their work on the West, Texas ... (more)
19 hrs ago | KOSA
A sunny and warm day is expected. Highs will be in the 80's and even a few 90's.
CBS7 News 03/10/14 Law enforcement from all over West Texas are taking advantage of spring break by using empty classrooms to train.
UTSA College of Sciences faculty members Andrew Tsin, Garry Cole and Donald Kurtz were honored recently at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Chicago.
CBS 7 News March 9, 2014 The roads out here in West Texas can be treacherous with the increased traffic.
I recently saw a movie, "The American Mustang", documenting the sickening cruelty of the Bureau of Land Management in rounding up the wild horses of the Western plains.
Macey Meriggi CBS 7 News Mmeriggi@cbs7.com March 8, 2014 It's a historic sporting event here in the basin: the West Texas Relays but even after 70 years, this year marked another first.
If I can be forgiven a little piece of hometown news the halls of power in Lubbock, Texas, are abuzz with the notion that the city has a fair shot at landing Tesla's new $5 billion "Gigafactory" building the lithium-ion batteries that power its cars and those of some other automakers as well.
Conley and Geneva Esmond of Lamesa, who were brought to West Texas as children, remember how the driver of a horse-pulled wagon sometimes had to stop to open a gate before moving across ranchland where there were no roads.
Spring fever stopped by my house this week, but it is not based on the traditional arrival of hayfever, thunderstorms or balmy weather, at least not of this writing.