Border Terror!

Appearances Can Be Deceiving

¡Viva Midland!

By Ana Radelat

By Elizabeth Reese

By Stephanie Sanyour

By Valerie Menard

There’s a true story about terrorism and the U.S.-Mexico border, but it’s more like a slapstick comedy than a thriller. In 2011, an Iranian-American used-car salesman named Mansour J. Arbabsiar, who lived in Texas, and his cousin believed they were...Read More

On February 5th, 2019, when the 116th Congress met for the State of the Union Address, the Democratic women in congress wore suffragette white. The employment of carefully curated art and fas...Read More

Midland is booming! Known as the Tall City because its buildings can be seen from a distance in the Texas plains, it is experiencing what many have called an Energy Renaissance.  Midland is in the heart of the Permian Basin, which produces an average ...Read More

Can you image living in a world that’s safer, smarter and more efficient? Where road accidents, heavy traffic and carbon emissions don’t take a toll on our daily lives? ..Read More


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