San Antonio, Texas - Three federal judges in San Antonio will soon start resolving one of the great political mysteries of the year, when will Texas hold primary elections and what will the congressional and legislative districts look like?
Texas was supposed to take part in Super Tuesday on March 6, but federal judges have blocked maps drawn by the legislature.
Minority groups say they are discriminatory.
The court will hear arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday. If they produce maps by Feb. 20, there is a chance Texans will vote on April 17.
Schools in Hereford and the Pampa Junior High were both placed on lockdown as a precaution today while police investigated possible threats.
The Dimmit Police Department installed a temperature alarm system in it's K-9 Unit truck to make sure its dog is safe for the upcoming summer.
Northwest Texas Hospital has teamed up with a leading health care organization to continue to focus on quality of care for their patients.
In a two-day conference celebrating the culture and industries of the Southern High Plains, one man is embracing a creative approach to telling the story of the plains to the audience.
As a way of previewing next weeks meeting, the city's Planning Department is releasing a draft for the redevelopment of the Barrio Neighborhood.