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How could the Saudi Arabia refinery attack affect the Permian Basin?
Karl Rundgren said, while the attack on the Saudi Arabia refinery is not good, we could see some overall positive things happen for our region.[read more]

State Rep. Brooks Landgraf hopeful new committee can prevent more Texas mass shootings
Landgraf talked to CBS7 about how politicians on both sides of the isle need to have a conversation and consider all options.[read more]

Veterinarians committing suicide is becoming a growing problem
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention veterinarians are taking their own lives at alarming numbers. Veterinarian Technician, Kendra Short has been in the field for the past 15 years. She said a veterinarian’s job is more difficult than people think.[read more]

ICA Radio makes donation to help with hurricane relief efforts
Donations will be used to help both relief efforts on the ground in the tropics and the Bahamians that have evacuated to the states.[read more]

Odessa woman dies in South Odessa house fire
An Odessa woman is dead following a fire in a South Odessa home Monday afternoon.[read more]

FIRST ON CBS7: Midland man wanted in El Paso for swindling banks
El Paso Police are looking for a Midland man whom they say defrauded banks and credit unions out of thousands of dollars.[read more]

FIRST ON CBS7: Cinergy will donate 50% of food & beverage sales from all five locations to Odessa shooting victims Wednesday
Cinergy Entertainment Group, announced Friday its Cinergy Unites for West Texas benefit day in support of the Odessa Community Foundation Inc.[read more]

Odessa doctor running for Conaway's congressional seat
Dr. Richard Bartlett will announce Tuesday that he will run for Congressman Mike Conaway's seat. Conaway is retiring when his term ends in January, 2021.[read more]

Ector County deputies chase driver of stolen car into Midland
An Ector County Sheriff's deputy tried to pull over the driver of a reported stolen Monday morning, but the driver had other ideas.[read more]

Dow falls as oil prices jump after Saudi oil attack, raising specter of higher gas prices
The Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 100 points in late morning trading on Monday after an attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities disrupted more than 5% of the world’s daily crude supplies and raised the prospect of higher gasoline prices that could add a speed bump to an already vulne...[read more]