Residents living in the view-caps area, near Dyess have been working with city officials to make changes to an existing airport ordinance that affects what homeowners can or cannot do to their property. Residents have asked the city to temporarily suspend for a one-hundred-and-twenty-day period to work together to make adjustments to the current restrictions. The final reading of the ordinance will take place on Thursday at the city council meeting.
State Releases Letter that Closes Dyess Plane Crash Investigation
The site of the plane crash that left radioactive chemicals has been cleaned and approved.
Emergency Responders Take Rescue To New Heights
Emergencies like this one have only happened twice during the past seven years in Sweetwater, but that hasn't undermined the yearly training offered to students...
Smart Woman: Healing Music
Music is a great escape for many. So imagine how it can help a child battling cancer. It's one reason why Fort Worth's Cook Children's...
Anson Man Sentenced For Assault On Elderly Woman
An Anson Man Sentenced To Prison for Assaulting an 87 Year Old Woman...
Abilene Family Says Virginia Service Dog Company Is A Scam
An Abilene family is speaking out, after they say they were scammed into buying a diabetic alert dog that they would later find out had...
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