Another cold day is on tap for those of us in west central Texas. Wind chills are in the teens west of Dallas this morning under mostly cloudy skies. Not much sunshine is expected today with highs struggling to reach the mid 40's. Come Thursday our winds will shift from out of the north to out of the south, drawing in much warmer conditions to the Big Country. Highs will be closer to average by the later half of the week, and much more comfortable. In the meantime bundle up.
Family of Jarrett Mantanona Host Fundraiser Saturday
The family of Jarrett Mantanona will host a fundraiser Saturday for families needing car seats for their children.
New App Aims to Lower Spread of STDs
Sexually transmitted diseases are a serious problem nationwide, and local doctors tell us that here in the Big Country is no exception. But discussing that...
Reminder: Friends, Family of Dyess Pilot Fighting Oral Cancer Host Walk / Run Saturday
Family and friends of a Dyess Air Force pilot will be hosting a walk / run May 18 to help his family as he undergoes medical...
Infrastructure Constraints Loom as Texas Grows
Texas' drought and water-supply problems have captured headlines. But with the state's rapid population growth projected to continue, other infrastructure problems also loom, including clogged...
Webcast: Students Taught Bike Safety on Ride Your Bike to School / Work Day
It is Ride Your Bike to School and Work Day, and a lot of the students at Dyess rode their bikes to school, but the...
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