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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12499/7131948?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 13 Oct 2017 03:01:07 +0000 Newscast 2 10 pm news October 12 http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12499/7131948?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KMID horace good evening. i'm horace brown. katie and i'm katie orth. it's great to have you with us for local 2 news at 10. horace our top story tonight... the midland police department still looking for for their next leader... --after longtime chief price robinson announced his retirement earlier this year... the department now narrowing down the list ..to three. horace city council members held a ..meet and greet this afternoon with those candidates. local two's clarke finney was at that meeting.. and spoke to all three of them.. she leads us off tonight with more. clarke? clarke thats right... two of the candidates are former police chiefs from pennsylvania and missourri.. while the third...is already with midland police. midland city council had the chance to meet with each finalist individually thursday afternoon. one candidate already on the force in midland and two others from out of state are in the running to become the next chief of police. midland deputy chief jeff darr is a thirty year veteran of m-p-d... and he's looking to continue his service in the tall arounduh kind of with the idea that some day i michael brown in ferguson... now...he wants back in. sam dotson: "st. loui was near ferguson and so a lot of the things that happened in ferguson were felt in ripples in st. louis." he says transparency is the most important trait a candidate should have. sam dotson: "it has t be a part of every policing agency and if it's not the agency is not doing as well of a job as they could." and finally...bill heim, former police chief of reading pennsylvania. bill heim: "i'm hoping to bring my experience from the east coast to west texas and kind of meld with everbody else and help move this fine department forward." clarke no word yet on when the final decision will be made but we'll keep you updated as that information is made available. reporting live in the studio...clarke finney local two news. horace turning to some developing news tonight... big spring police have arrested a suspect they say shot and killed ld srling ce oicer and resiting arrest after he tried to keep firefighters from putting the fire out. no injuries or property damage were reported after the incident. katie big bend national park officials confirm a flordia man died wednesday while hiking in the park. we're told 64- year-old kent green collapsed here in the lost mine trail.. c-p-r was performed on him...but efforts were unsuccessful... horace moving down to alpine... today marking one year since sul ross student zuzu verk was last seen... katie local two's kaile hunt talked toul kaile hunt, twitter @kailehunt i went to sul ross university where earlier this year they dedicated an amphitheater for zu verk. and staff members tell me spreading awareness is what they are doing to honor her memory october 12th 20- 16... the last time sul ross student zuzu verk was seen. and now one year later... faculty and staff still recall the moment they realized verk went missing. leo dominguez, associate v.p. for student affairs "first and for most tryin to find he bert fabian was arrested in the investigation. he has since been charged with murder and tampering with physical evidence by concealing a human corpse kathy stien, director for academic center for excellence "we tend to think we ar safe from the evils of things like domestic violence and our police human corpse kathy stien, director for academic center for excellence "we tend to think we ar safe from the evils of things like domestic violence and our police department family cris center can assure us that's not the case. that is one evil that tends to follow us everywhere where ever we are at." the university holding a candle lit vigil tuesday night... for those affected directly with domestic violence. kathy stien, director for academic center for excellence "and that is what we tr to convey with the candle light vigilism. a moment of honoring those who have gone in some of the worst possible ways often times by a loved one." but, professor dominguez tells me a year has passed but the wound is still open for the university and verk's family. leo dominguez, associate v.p. for student affairs "it's a very sad situatio for them as it is for us but of course we will never be able to feel what parents feel. but, i think that they have appreciated the unity that we have shown towards her and her family." kaile hunt, twitter @kailehunt staff members tell me the next ceemony in honor of zuzu verk will be this coming up earth day because.. that just so happens to be verk's birthday reporting live in the studio i am kaile hunt local two news katie moving to midland...where m-p-d is searching for a missing person.. whereabouts..you are urged to call the midland police department... horace an update out of lubbock tonight... authorities say the suspect charged in monday's deadly texas tech shooting had contact with police ..a day a day earlier -- officers stopped daniels' vehicle to search for a possible stolen gun. however, according to the chief, officers didn't get consent to search the vehicle, and daniels was let go. chief greg stevens / lubbock police: "they asked for consent and that was refused. they entertained whether or not they had enough to to search it without that consent and they did not. there was not enough probable cause to search it on its own - nor to get a warrant for the vehicle." horace the chief didn't say if the stolen gun was the same one used to kill officer east. it's also unclear exactly how or when daniels got a gun before the shooting. east's family releasing a statement tonight.. horace saying in part... "we would particularly like to thank the texas tech faculty, students, staff and community. we are also appreciative of the law enforcement personnel and organizations that have reached out and provided support." katie new at 10 tonight... public backlash from a cancelled odessa cit manager... --as well as suspicious circumstances on tuesday's meeting is forcing them to ask for change. chris wray, concerned community member 9:05-9:19 "the cdc director was dismissed, nothing said. the city manager was dismissed and that wasnt on the agenda so it shouldnt have happened at that meeting.:" bill kappauf, odessa resident 11:17-11:28 "so thats m understanding of it. thats my biggest concern. if folks are meteing outside of city council to predetermine whats going to happen from a vote standpoint thats not looking out for whats best for our citizens." katie the group is working to get three councilmembers removed from the board... --including barbar ruling in favor of the n-f-l against ezekiel elliott... katie ?could he be sidelined for the next 6 weeks? we'll have the latest on the case... ((john)) if you're feeling bold, you have to try the new chorizo burger. woman: chorizo burger. yeah. oh yeah. (laughs) woman 2: it's perfectly seasoned chorizo. woman: you can taste the chorizo in every bite. man: grilled onions, peppers, that monterey jack cheese melted in between. our creamy chili sauce is made with five different kinds of chili peppers. it's just enough to give you that bit of kick. chorizo. (laughs) it feels like something my grandmother would have made. if you like chorizo, you're going to like this burger. (laughs) woman 2: the chorizo burger is here for a limited time. only at whataburger. there are a few easy things you can do to keep you and your home safe during a wildfire -- in light of the deadly flames in california this week. keep flammable material at least 5 feet away from your house. katie the forest service also says healthy plants don't catch fire as easily-so take good care of plants on your property. and remove leaves and needles that gather on your roof or patio. kari hines/wildland urban interface specialist, texas a&m forest service just because you've gone through a wildfire once doesn't mean that it's not going to happen again. so being vigilant, being ever ready, being prepared for your house, and being prepared to evacuate no matter what type of emergency, is a year-round responsibility. katie the forest service says the best way to get up to date information during emergency is by signing up for local reverse-911 programs if they're available ((john)) a bit more heat in the forecast out there today with highs returning to the 80s and even lower 90s across west texas. this is far from the end of that summer- like heat as we'll see more rising temperatures tomorrow and saturday with just swinging throu and bringing another blast of cold and even storm chances into the forecast. best chance for rainfall will come early sunday morning as highs drop back into the early sunday and monday morning. a bit more heat in the forecast out there today with highreturning to the 80s d even lower 90s across west texas. th is far from the end of that summer- like heat as we'll see more rising temperatures tomorrow and saturday with just a few clouds to go around. saturday night/sunday morning marks the next big change with a cold front swinging through and bringing another blt of cold and even storm chances into the forecast. best chance for rainfall will come early sunday morning as highs drop back into the 60s through monday. loil take able as well with temperatures wndo in the 40s early sunday and monday morning. a bit more heat in the forecast out there today with highs returning to e th80s and even lower 90s across west texasisth is far from t end of that summer- like heat as we'll see more rising temperatures tomorrow and saturdayith just a few clouds to go around. saturday night/sunday morning marks the next big chae with a cold fron swinging through d anbringing another blt of cold and even storm chances h monday. lows will take a tumble as well with temperatures down in the 40s early sunday and monday morning. a bit more heat in the forecast out there today with highs returning to the 80s and even lower 90s across west texas. this is far from the end of that summer- like heat as we'll see more rising temperatures tomorrow and saturday with just a few clouds to go around. saturday night/sunday morning marks the next big change with a cold front swinging through and bringing another blast of ld and even katie the hous representatives approving a 36- point-5 billion dollar aid package to help hurricane and wildfire victims... horace the package provides hurricane relief to places including puerto rico and texas. the bill erases 16 billion dollars of debt, owed by the national flood insurance program, which has run into financial difficulties. horace still to come tonight... 50 years of mojo! katie the permian panthers celebrating 50 years since the first mojo yell. ?but do you know how it started? katie good news for citizens of marfa... the water is officially back on. according to a facebook post made by mayor ann marie nafziger... --full water pressure was restored around 3-30 today... --after emegency water valve students as part of the hispanic heritage of odessa's 20th annual reading progra.. young children about cultural diversity and fire prevention... carol uranga, exec. director for hispanic heritage of odessa... 58:59-59:13 (14 secs) "so they learn little bit about fire safety and then at the end the high schoolers peform a skit about a hamburger and a taco. and the whole things is that we're all different on the outside, but we're the same thing inside." horace after visiting the elementary classes.. the students met at odessa college for the hispanic mentor's lunch and skit competition ..before returning to their campuses. horace falcons up!.. ut-pb reporting fall enrollment at a corerd high of 7-thousand students thisum nber represents a more than 7-percent increase in head count and a nearly 5-percent increase in student credit hours compared to fall of 20-16. engineering.. nursing.. and dual credit enrollment are among e th programs with a significant increase in enrollment. ka tie ainst abilene cooper... he says it took about a year for it to catch on... --but quickly became a staple of the school's history... he says it all started from a popular mo bandy and joe diffie song. allen jones, student senate advisor, permian high school 1:22-1:36 "we lost that game to cooper in 1967 and just because nothing was going on some alumni who attended school in abilene started yelling mojo just because they liked the song. thats the one that i think actually works." katie since they are away tomorrow... --the school won't be celebrating tomorrow.. they're waiting until next week for homecoming... the class of 19-67 will also be on- site to celebrate. peter terpstra joing us tonight... ---to ta slkports. peter coming up next on your local 2 sports... 6-a llba gets started early... that keeps on taking away. it is decision day... and probably not the last one either. the fifth circuit court of appeals made a ruling today. and it is not a good thing for elliott. the court ruled in favor of the n-f-l here's what happened. the n-f-l handed elliott a six-game suspension. elliott took it to court. the court granted a temporary injuction against the suspension.. which has allowed zeke to play so far this season. the n-f-l appealed.. and won. so today... that suspension is back! and could start next game. but.. elliott and the n-f-l players association are expected to appeal in the state of new york... and we start this entire process over again. this all stems from a domestic violence accusation with a former girlfriend.. from more than a year ago. peter the log jam needs a lumberjack. three undefeated teams sit on top of district-2 6-a you had four until lee went all rambo with the rushing game against tascosa last week.. here's a little preview for your friday night.. amarillo tascosa hosting wolfforth frenship. tascosa coming off its first loss... frenship has not won a game. == tascosa up 2-0 in the first quarter... frenship's mason weathers under pressure... and makes something big out of nothing... scrambles for a first down.. === later in the drive... more from weathers and again using his legs... brings it inside the rebel 5... === a few plays later... weathers throws it towards the endzone... and it's going to be picked off by adam mendoza... and mendoza... ... takes it 100 plus yards back the other way for the pick- 6... two point conversion good... 10-0 tascosa... get that kid some air.. === and it was downhill from there for the tigers... they try a little trickery... and the rebels read it like a book... randall campbell bats the lateral out of the air... rebel takeover.. === off it... mar mar smith thumps in for the touchdown... two pointer good again... 18-0 tascosa... rebels led 32-0 at the half... they score catch the final score tomorrow night at 10:30 p.m. e big 12 gauntlet is here for texas tech. texas tech will play west virginia on saturday at 11 a.m. on e-s-p-n u quarterback nic shimonek hopes to keep doing what he is doing. the manning award added shimonek to its watch list today.. which goes toward the country's top quarterback. west virginia has its own quarterback to worry about too.. florida transfer will grier. kliff kingsbury jah'shn texas tech hoops will start the season on november 10th against south alabama in lubbock. today the big 12 picked two red raiders as for preseason all- conference awards. keenan evans and zach smith earned preseason all big 12 awards. it is the first time two red raiders earned that since the 2010-11 season. shoutout to the permian boys cross country te for winning the district championship today ((peter)) horace kati katie coming up... police involved in a car chase ..t unusual... horace -- but the excuse the man gave for leading them on a short car chase.. woman: come on in for a chorizo taquito with cheese. it's only here for a limited time. man: chorizo goes perfect with anything. oh yeah. it's bold. it's just the right amount of spice. you've got to go bold for breakfast. the chorizo, the egg, the cheese, everything about those ingredients are special. tastes just like what mom used to make actually. if someone is cooking chorizo for you, they love you a lot. this feeling is great. i feel like a kid again. if you've never had chorizo, you've got to try it. (laughing) woman: kickstart your day with the chorizo taquito from whataburger. hope to see you soon! d pull a 46- year dldriver over for a simple traffic violation. he refused to stop and more officers joined the chase. they used a pit maneuver to stop him near an elementary school in. rahoce when troopers asked the driver why he didn't stop -- -- he said leading police on a chase was on his "bucke list." state police say that's the first ti thehave heard that excuse. horace thats all the time we have for news at 10... jimmy kimmel live is up next. tie --join good morning basin arting at 5am....goodnig




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