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Friday Night Blitz Scores
Check out all of the scores from Friday Night Football here![read more]

Mexican president defends releasing son of "El Chapo" in face of cartel violence: "We do not want war"
Mexican authorities said they backed off an attempt to capture a son of drug trafficker Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán after cartel gunmen shooting heavy weapons paralyzed the capital of Mexico's Sinaloa state and outgunned lawmen.[read more]

Hit-and-run suspect arrested following chase in North Odessa
The Ector County Sheriff's Office and Odessa Police Department were involved in a chase in North Odessa on Friday afternoon.[read more]

Help keep West Texas kids warm this winter with the Coats for Kids campaign
CBS7 is teaming up with All American Chevrolet of Odessa, Frost Bank, The Salvation Army and United Way to keep kids warm this winter.[read more]

FIRST ON CBS7: Ward County Sheriff tells James Moore's family human remains have been found; No confirmation it's Moore
The stepfather of James Moore, who went missing in Monahans two weeks ago tomorrow, tells CBS7 exclusively that the Ward County Sheriff told him human remains have been found.[read more]

Lee Rebel cheerleaders donate free year of gasoline to custodial staff
The Lee Rebel Cheerleaders decided to give back to members of their school staff after winning the Kent Kwik Mascot Challenge.[read more]

Video shows day care worker hit child in the face
The child's mother says he was scared to tell her what happened at first.[read more]

Woman killed in crash on Loop 338 identified
One person is dead following a crash on Southeast Loop 338 Wednesday night.[read more]

GRAPHIC: Video shows man throw woman's body in dumpster; police searching for suspect
Police released surveillance video they say shows the man toss a suitcase containing a body into the dumpster.[read more]

Police: Man hides in Ga. Costco overnight, steals nearly $14K in jewelry
Deputies said the man hid behind a large display sign inside the store for nearly five hours, then waited for the store to clear out and close.[read more]