Author Archives: Carlos Morales
Between 2019 and 2021, Texas higher ed lost 75,000 students. What are administrators and lawmakers doing to get these students back in the classroom? Find out at The Texas Tribune’s free, public event on June 30.
The water is back on in most of Odessa – but still not drinkable – following a water line break Monday that affected nearly 165,000 residents in the city and surrounding area during a stretch of triple-digit heat.
The Republican primary contest between incumbent Wayne Christian and challenger Sarah Stogner has been characterized by twists and turns, and accusations of corruption.
Whoever gets the most votes will move forward to the general election in November. They’ll face off against one of two Republicans also in a May 24 runoff.
Kite Symphony, an art exhibition two years in the making, is now open in Far West Texas. The multimedia project is part outdoor installation, part video documentary and musical work from artists Roberto Carlos Lange, who performs music as Helado … Continue reading
Este Dia de los Muertos, Marfa Public Radio pide a nuestros oyentes que compartan recuerdos de sus seres amados que han fallecido. La estación transmitirá sus dedicaciones y recuerdos el primero de noviembre. | Read this story in English
For día de los muertos, Marfa Public Radio is asking listeners to share their memories of loved ones. The station will air your dedications and remembrances on Nov. 1.| Lea esta nota en español
Healthcare officials in the Permian Basin are continuing to treat a high number of patients for COVID-19. Throughout August, hospitalizations for the disease at the major hospitals in Midland and Odessa reached record levels, and deaths related to the disease … Continue reading
The Texas Department of State Health Services will hold a one-day vaccine clinic in Alpine for residents throughout the Big Bend region, offering first and second doses of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, as well booster shots for those who … Continue reading
After vaccinating nearly 50 residents in June, the Texas National Guard returns to Big Bend National Park and Terlingua this weekend to hold a second vaccination event. Big Bend officials say this is likely the last time the state will … Continue reading