a meeting for m-i- s-d has just ended....... tonightwe'reaski ng what's next......after a failed tax ratification election. we have alive interview with one of theschoolboard members. new details aboutangel nabarette sr...the man accusedin an ongoing investigation....ove r illegal land sales. and after a firey debate.. both presidential candidates are hitting battleground states.. we'll tell you what the r n c is saying about donald trump... continuing coverage tonight on a story that couldimpact every student in midland i-s-d. after voters said "no" to atax increase to cover a 25-million dollar budget deficit......leaders must figure out how to move forward. the first step.....aschool boardmeeting...th at just wrapped up a few minutsago. cbs 7's amanda deberry has been at the meeting since it started... she had the chance to talkwith one of the board members tonight. amanda, what did he have to say? jay and tatum... board member tommy bishop says he's upset that the tax ratification election didn't pass but he saysthe district is alreadyprepared to move forward... take cg: lower third packed into a nearly completely-filled room, bothmisd board members along withcommunity members came together tonight to discussthe next stepfor the district. this coming after63 percent of voters decided against a property tax increase on saturday. so for midland isd board member tommy bishopand his peers, it's back to drawing board.
"the voters spoke on their behalf yet decided on what to do so we as a board get together with our superintendent as a team of 8 and make the decision on what we feel is the best for our students here at misd." the school district is now faced with the difficult task of cutting even more from the already thinly-stretched budget... and although no plan is set in stone yet, bishop believes eliminating teachers is just not an option. bite:"students have to have our teachers to learn so my focal point is to do all we can as board to keep our teachers first and foremost in front of us because they're the ones in the classroom working with our students." track 3: then came even tougher questions... nat** bite: on monday the board is holding a meeting to make the numbers from the tre official. in midland.... amanda deberry... cbs 7 news. we also spoke to midland isd board president rick davis.. he says he's disappointed by the turnout forthe election.. and he acknowledges...thi sdecision will require them tomakemajorbud get cuts.. although nothing is set in stone.....there are a few options on the chopping block..
"30 secondary teaching positions, 6 elementary teaching positions and even asking employees to pay $100 month towards the cost of their monthly health insurance premiums." its important to note........no current positions will be cut.....only jobs that have yet to be filled.. vo meanwhile..anothe r hot topic tonight was"class size" waivers.. the board approved 72 waiver requests.. to help with the large class sizes.....m-i-s-d has hired new teachers and they'rewaiting fornewportable buildings to arrive... once the new teachers and portables are in place.......the number of waivers is expected to go down to 52. these waivers allow a student teacher ratio above what the state mandates....which is 22-to-1 forkindergarten through 4th grade. m-i-s-d is averaging about 25 students in their larger schools. hurricane matthew continues to cause devastation. in haiti power is still out, water and food is scare. many roads are still impassable and the task of counting the dead has just only begun. the us military is trying to get much needed relief to the hardest hit areas. in north carolina matthew dumped fifteen inches of rain over the weekend...causing rivers to swell.....and flood thousands of homes. in many cities...there is now power...no water and nosewer. update - cg/vo all new tonigth at ten...we'relearnin g more about60- year-old angel nabarrette senior's arrest.....involving illegal land sales. according to his arrest affidavit ... nabarrette-senior allowed a broker by the name of sam powell to collect money from buyers.....knowing he didn't have a proper contract for the sale. in the affidavit...an investigator says nabarrette told the buyers they would have to sign new contracts withhim.....regardl ess of how much they already paid powell.....if they wanted to remain on the property. the investigation also found that powell and nabarrette were intentionally selling the same plots of lands to multiple buyers. nabarrette facesfive countsof theft. heposted his 50- thousand dollar bond saturday. powellremains behind bars. - cg since our last report,sam powell's charges have increased to 20 counts, and his bond has reached $240,000. powell has been at midland county jail since september 15th. presentation - vo also new at ten.... odessa police officers delivered a check today to help dallas police officers...killed and injured in the line of duty. the professional police officers association of odessahosted the?back the blue block party.? the event raised 20-thousand dollars for the families of the dallas and dart officers who were injured in the deadly shooting back in july. odessa policedelivered the check in person...along with acheck for 25-hundred dollars from thefort stocktonpolice guardian angel foundation and their community. new details tonight on a study...that says....hundreds of police departments in texas and california failed to report officer-involved shooting deaths in the past decade. a study by texas state university found reports did not list about 220 "use-of-force" fatalities in texas and 440 in california from 2005-2015. the attorney general's offices in texas and californiaalong with police officials in both states.....have confirmed many cases were missing. professor howard williams says his research is not about "blaming anyone".....but he says a lack of data on such shootings makes it difficult to improve training and change policy. some good news this monday...injured odessa police detective whitney branch continues to improve. detectivebranchi s nowlisten in fair condition... that's according to medical center hospital. you may remember, two saturdays agobranchfell off the side of a patrol unit.....while chasing a suspect who was believed to be involved in a "shots fired" call. she suffered a severe head injury. thefamily asks forcontinued prayer as shecontinues her road to recovery. bump vo/wipe continuing coverage tonight on the presidential election. an average of "major national polls"..... shows donald trump is trailing hillary clinton by more than five points, just four weeks to election day. today...the candidates returned to battle ground states ......following sunday night's fiery debate hillary clinton criticized donald trump's debate performance at a rally in ohio trump downplayed his crude words about womenduring a campaign stop in pennsylvania. more than 70 republicans have denounced trump since friday. at least 27 rescinded their endorsements. sot.vo the rnc is in full coordination with the trump campaign and we have a great relationship with them. clinton and trump go face to face for their final debate next wednesday. a federal judge has issued a one- day extension to florida's voter registration deadline because of hurricane matthew. we are roughly over 30 days away from election day... and if you want a say you have to be registered ...the last day to register to vote is tomorrow. it's an easy process that can be done online by going to rock the vote dot come. a drivers license, a passport or a license to carry a hand gun issued by d-p-s is needed when registering. if it is two months prior to your 18th birthday... you can still pre-register to vote. a reminder..election day is november 8th. early voting starts the 28th. gfx/vo we're tracking crime tonight.... grace mcdonald is set to make her *first appearance in front of an ector county judge. shewas arrested last month on capital murder charges in the fatal shooting of her parents.. tomorrow she will beformallyarrai gned...and cbs 7 has learned thatshe'sseeking a bond reduction. grace mcdonald she was extraditedfrom arizona last week. her brother....gabe.... ischarged with thesame crime. their parents jana and greg were shotwhile they weresleeping back in may.. we will continue to track this case as more information becomes available. also on friday...reeves county deputies arrested an alleged child predator working in pecos. jose de jesus morales-ochoa is accused of sexually assaulting a four year old in giddings, texas nearly 13 years ago. he was found friday working in the oilfield. morales-ochoa has since been extradited to lee county in giddings, texas. gfx/wipe it wasa busy weekend forlaw enforcement inreeves county. deputies and border patrol agents captured five undocumented immigrants...and a load of methamphetamine. it happened during a traffic stop on interstate 20. the driver of the car...24-year-old david diosdado was arrested. investigators found liquid meth...and a baggie of cocaine hidden in his shoes. the five undocumented immigrants are in the reeves county jail. sheriff art granado says this is the second seizure of liquid meth in reeves county within a year. vo/wipe all new tonight at six.... ector county commissioners haveapproved several plans.....to remedy a nasty "odor " issueat thecounty clerk's office. independent contractors will come in.... to determine the cause of the problem and look for solutions. ever since the offices were first cleaned in august......maintena nce crews have come every other weekend to remove pigeon droppings and sanitize the area.
"xxxxx" "xxxxx" during the first cleanup crews reportedly removed four tons of bird feces. haney saysthe office is still experiencing strong odors, andlast thursday workers had to leave the building before 5 p.m. ahead on cbs 7 news at 10 we'll tell you what samsung is doing after reports of more overheated note 7 phones and we'll also tell you how one west texas city is being affected by a faith gathering that brought in a multitude of visitors... cam but first... we're making our way to the weather center .. it was a hot monday...very out of season conditions.. right craig? that's coming up... this is cbs 7 news .. at ten tonight...clear. low: 59 south winds around 10 mph.tuesday...sunny. high: 89south winds around 10 mph.tuesday night...clear. low: 63 south winds 10 to 15 mph.wednesday...sun ny. high: 91 southwest winds around 10 mph.wednesday night...partly cloudy. low: 59 east winds 10 to 15 mph.thursday...partl y cloudy. high: 83thursday night...partly cloudy. low: 62friday...sunny. high: 86friday night...mostly clear. low: 63saturday...sunny. high: 92saturday night...mostly clear. low: 63sunday...sunny. high: 91sunday night...mostly clear. low: 64monday...sunny. high: 89 breaking news out of midland one man is dead after an officer involved shooting it all happened in the 500 block of east industrial according to spokeswoman sarah bustilloz at around 7:30 this ecvening responded to a suspicious person call - vo/wipe about a thousand people havefiled into big spring for a church conference... at hotel settles... family faith center is hosting "release"... around 800 people from all over are attending... it started yesterday and goes to thursday. mayor larry mclellansays visitors are bringing in tens of thousands of dollars... which contributes to the hotel motel tax. *that tax*funds things like funtastic fourth and the rodeo. you may rememberthe hotel settles re- opened its doors nearly four years ago after several years of renovations there's much more after the break this is cbs 7 news... at ten breaking news out of midland one man is dead after an officer involved shooting it all happened in the 500 block of east industrial according to spokeswoman sarah bustilloz at around 7:30 this ecvening responded to a suspicious person call call the new galaxy note 7 replacement phones continue to overheat the same problem impacting the original one that prompted samsung to recall 2.5 million phones last month and replace the lithium batteries. the latest incidents have now forced new action by samsung in a statement today, the company said "samsung will ask all carrier and retail partners globally to stop sales and exchanges of the galaxy note7 while the investigation is taking place." ) initially we thought that it was simply a battery from a specific battery supplier but these replacement phones have batteries from a different supplier. then obviously the issue is somewhere else. it may be the design of battery itself. it may be another component. it may be a combination of issues jake gadonjoins us next wiht all your sports highlights.. hes telling us whats in store for the odessa high broncho's as they head into week 8 of friday night footballs.. that's next on cbs 7 news at 10 welcome back im jake gadon and here is a look at local sports... the odessa high bronchos are head into week 8 of friday night footballs.. that's next on cbs 7 news at 10 footballs.. that's next on cbs 7 news at 10 footballs.. that's next on cbs 7 news at 10 welcome back im jake gadon and here is a look at local sports... the odessa high bronchos are still winless on the year... searching for any sort of rythem to get them going... with off the this week they feel they have found it... the bronchos face the rebels of midland lee on friday at ratliff.. the biggest problems facing o h s is how to stop smeaja davis... and if majority of their starter can play due to injury this week... head coach danny servance says having his younger guys play some varsity level football isnt a bad thing though... and finally to baseball... some former rockhounds getting honors from the a's organization... ryon healy and daniel gossettt were named hittingand pitching prospects of the year.. respectively... healy was promoted all the way to the big leagues this seasonas gossett made it as far as triple nashville after their stints in midland.... some mlb play off scores tonight... the nationals take a 2-1 series lead over the dodgers winning 8 to 3 today in la... game 4 tomorrow at 4 pm... if the national win they head to the nlcs... if la wins.. the series shifts back to washington dc... in the a-l... the indians sweeping the red sox... 4-3 tonight... big papi's career is over... the indians will face the toronto blue jays on friday in game 1 of the alcs... score we'll be right back. adlib we'll be right back. adlib head to cbs 7 dot com for the latest detailson the breaking news from tonight stephen colbert is coming up next.we'll see you tomorrow