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Photo: Pickup truck hits a pedestrian along West Texas and 5th Streets in Fairfield
Fairfield Police officers investigate the scene where a pickup truck hit a pedestrian along West Texas and 5th Streets in Fairfield, Sunday.
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Texas producers to plant more cotton than in 2013
Texas agriculture officials estimate that cotton producers will plant more acres of the fluffy fiber this year as prices are increasing.
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Here is the latest Texas news from The Associated Press
The graduation ceremony for seniors at a North Texas high school where structural flaws closed a $60 million stadium has been moved to downtown Dallas.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
Kerns: 1939 gave movie fans much more than the classic film 'Wizard of Oz'
A bit of this and a bit of that, with a reminder that St. Patrick's Day arrives Monday, March 17. Those seeking an Irish evening might want to plan a late dinner at the Triple J Chophouse, 1807 Buddy Holly Ave., and enjoy unique, free entertainment.
West Texas Outlaws push back on bullying
Lubbock's semi-pro football team strapped on their pads to battle for more than just a win on Saturday.
Our View: Paying Leach his bonus money would be classy gesture for Tech
That's been the legal decision as the battle between Tech and its former football coach played out in the courts since Leach was fired in late 2009.
165-Year-Old Map Of Texas Auctioned Off In Dallas
A 165-year-old map of Texas was auctioned off for a whopping $149,000 Saturday at a Dallas auction.
Loving County wants to store spent nuclear fuel
Officials in one West Texas county want to store used nuclear fuel from the state's four reactors and possibly from other states in a business venture they believe could bring jobs and billions of dollars to the region.
With environmental and safety fears rising, energy firms will invest billions of dollars in equipment and new methods to pump more oil and natural gas from the ground through a process known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
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Front Brings 1,000-Foot Wall of Dust to West Texas
A wall of dust as tall as 1,000 feet and 200 miles wide that roared across parts of West Texas and New Mexico is yet another sign of how rain-starved the region is.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
More than two-thirds of the Hispanic population in Texas lacks health insurance, but another group in the state with a high percentage of uninsured is often overlooked: rural Texans.
Grey Forest building a Retreat for area residents
An oil company hailing from West Texas is celebrating the debut of its latest project, an apartment complex in Northwest San Antonio.
Apply Now To West Texas Talent Search 03/14/14
Talented West Texans will have the chance to show off and maybe win a big prize.
Meth Use by Oilfield Workers is on the Rise 4/14/14
DeAnn Lopez CBS 7 News firstname.lastname@example.org March 14, 2014 West Texas-It's a deadly and very addictive drug that's being used by oilfield workers both out on the field and behind the wheel.
Attorney: West Texas Guar owes $4 million to farmers
West Texas Guar, Inc. of Brownfield, TX is said to owe nearly $4 million to 20 farmers, many of them located in the South Plains region.
Frenship High senior Mire competes as Dallas Opera Guild semifinalist 'for the love of singing'
Sarah Clementine Mire, an 18-year-old called "Clemmie" by those close to her, has devoted more than a decade to dancing, acting and, especially, singing.
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ASU Softball Grabs 9th in a Row; Big Series for ASU baseball
ASU softball hit three home runs including Darian Dunn's 12th homer of the year.
MD Anderson Honors Two Champions for Women in Medicine and Research
Two champions of gender equality in medicine and research will be honored by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center at 4 p.m., today in MD Anderson's Onstead Auditorium.
Midland: Top Median Home Price In Texas 03/13/14
Another indicator of the thriving West Texas economy, Midland takes the top spot for the highest median home price in Texas.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Closer Look Wrap Up: 3/13/14
It is a problem that's plagued the West Texas landscape for years, and while various local communities have gone to great lengths to clean it up litter remains an issue that's impossible to avoid.