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Construction To Begin Soon On I-44 Near State Line

Construction To Begin Soon On I-44 Near State Line

Construction is set to begin on I-44 near the Oklahoma/Texas border by the end of the month. Oklahoma Department of Transportation says crews will be resurfacing the road. Weekdays, only one lane will be open in each direction so drivers should be prepared for possible delays. ODOT officials said all lanes will be open weekends…More

SAFB Gets New Commander For 82nd Training Wing

SAFB Gets New Commander For 82nd Training Wing

On Monday morning, Sheppard Air Force Base welcomed the new face that will be leading the 82nd Training Wing, Brig. Gen.l Lyle K. Drew. General Drew said the change of command from Brig. Gen.l Kenyon Bell to him isn’t a form of replacement, it’s a form of transition with the same goal in mind: combat…More

Woman Finds $21K At Local Subway Restaurant, Contacts Police

Woman Finds $21K At Local Subway Restaurant, Contacts Police

An Iowa Park woman found over $21,000 in a Subway bathroom. For Teresa Acosta, it was just another visit to the restaurant to see her daughter at work. She said she found that wad of money tucked inside the railing by the toilet. Read the complete story here.More

Governor Abbott Roasted As Dog Hater For Vetoing Animal Cruelty Bill

Governor Abbott Roasted As Dog Hater For Vetoing Animal Cruelty Bill

Texoma animal experts and caretakers are speaking out about a bill Texas Governor Abbott vetoed this week. The bill would have made it illegal for dog owners to leave a dog alone outside while restrained unless the owner could provide proper shelter, water and shade. It also used language to specify exactly how tight collars…More

Texoma Firefighters Preparing For Potential West Coast Deployment

Texoma Firefighters Preparing For Potential West Coast Deployment

Dry and drought conditions are causing Texoma firefighters to get ready to possibly be deployed to the west coast. Very dry conditions in other parts of the US could be risky. “We got several crews out west right now. We actually have our engine out of this office with three people and several other people…More

Beginning September 1, Texans Can Carry Handguns Without License Or Training

Beginning September 1, Texans Can Carry Handguns Without License Or Training

Texans can carry handguns without a license or training starting Sept. 1, after Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday signed the permitless carry bill into law. House Bill 1927 eliminates the requirement for Texas residents to obtain a license to carry handguns if they’re not prohibited by state or federal law from possessing a gun. The signing of the…More

Music News

Drive-In Concerts Successful In Europe

Drive-in movies have long been a thing, but drive-in concerts? That’s what some cities in Europe are doing to allow for social distancing. Concert-goers drive to the venue and stay in their vehicles while the band plays. The music is heard on a dedicated FM frequency on their car stereo. Get more details here.More

What The World Needs Now.. Is An Update On Willie!

Willie Nelson will be helping his son Lukas revamp his “Good News Garden Project” to assist with the new album, ‘Turn Off The News (Build A Garden)’. The Nelsons hope this will encourage their fans to share good news, local stories and pics of their garden. They will be choosing their favorites to read in video updates…More

Live Nation, AEG Halting All Large-Scale Tours In US, Abroad

Live Nation and AEG are suspending all large-scales tours across the US and abroad until April due to coronavirus concerns. The news came in the form of a joint statement from Live Nation, AEG, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), William Morris Endeavor (WME), Paradigm, and United Talent Agency (UTA). They said the cancellations are for the…More

South By Southwest Music Festival 2020 Canceled Amid Coronavirus Fears

The Austin mayor is so terrified of Coronavirus he has canceled SXSW. The decision comes on the heels of sponsors backing out of the festival, several music festivals in other countries being canceled and major artists canceling tours and appearances. The annual music festival is in it’s 34th year and was scheduled for March 13-22.…More

Willie Nelson To Release 70th Studio Album, ‘First Rose Of Spring’

Country music legend Willie Nelson is set to release his 70th studio album in late April. On this album, Nelson left the songwriting to others including Randy Houser, Billy Joe Shaver, Toby Keith and Chris Stapleton, just to name a few. Read more about the album and pre-order your copy here.More

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Dylan Scott’s New Song “New Truck” Might Be An Explosive Hit

Dylan Scott’s New Song “New Truck” Might Be An Explosive Hit

Dylan Scott‘s follow-up to his hit song “Nobody” is here… Talking about his new track, “New Truck,” Dylan says, “The first time I heard ‘New Truck,’ it sounded different than anything else I was listening to.” He adds, “We’ve all been in a situation where you and your significant other have broken up, and it’s tough.…More

Brett Young Went Acoustic With “Not Yet”

Brett Young Went Acoustic With “Not Yet”

Brett Young followed up his number-one hit “Lady” with the latest track off of his album, Weekend Look A Little Different These Days. Brett thinks “Not Yet” is the perfect song for fans to hear after his number-1 hit, “I think after ‘Lady’ it was time to switch it up, and going into summer have…More

Raleigh Keegan Is “Jealous Of The Sun” This Summer

Raleigh Keegan Is “Jealous Of The Sun” This Summer

This weekend might have made the Summer of 2021 the best Summer of Raleigh Keegan‘s life. On Friday his new song “Jealous Of The Sun” drop for fans to check out, and then Saturday included a big surprise while Raleigh was playing a hometown show in Ohio. Raleigh shared, “Guess what y’all? I’m so happy…More

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