Brandi D. Addison, A-J Media

Brandi D. Addison

A-J Media

Texas, United States

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Recent:
  • A-J Media
Past:
  • The Dallas Morning News
  • Reporter-Telegram

Recent articles by Brandi:

Extreme drought lessens quality and quantity of white-tailed deer population

Extreme drought may less the quality and quantity of this year's deer population. → Read More

Levelland flower farm brings color to the South Plains

Roughly halfway between downtown Levelland and the small town of Ropesville, SkyGardens sits off a narrow gravel road about a mile west of FM 1586 → Read More

Peter Frampton among legends who honored Buddy Holly at birthday bash. Here's what you missed

An hour-long interview portion launched the Buddy Holly celebration as the crowd heard personal stories from Peter Frampton and other artists → Read More

Buddies for Buddy: Frampton among legends who honored Buddy Holly at birthday bash. Here's what you missed

An hour-long interview portion launched the Buddy Holly celebration as the crowd heard personal stories from Peter Frampton and other artists → Read More

A lifetime of art: Charles Adams to retire from gallery, remain key player in CASP nonprofit

Local arts innovator Charles Adams is retiring from his gallery later this year, but remains a key player of the CASP nonprofit. → Read More

Lubbock recorded its hottest July on record last month

Lubbock recorded its hottest July on record last month, breaking several records along the way. → Read More

Cotton price tumbles, seeing one of its steepest drops in 40 years

While cotton reported its highest weekly price average for more than a decade in May, it's also recently seen one of its steepest drops in 40 years. → Read More

Texas drought reaches 10-year peak, no rain in sight for the South Plains

Texas drought conditions most widespread since January 2012, with no significant chance for rain in the forecast for South Plains → Read More

A little rain, cooler temperatures on horizon for Lubbock, South Plains

Expect a break from near-record temperatures in Lubbock through the weekend, with a slight chance of rain → Read More

High temperatures could bring more dust devils to the South Plains, Panhandle

As the region experiences warmer-than-normal temperatures this summer, we can expect to see more dust devils across the South Plains and Panhandle. → Read More

Extreme heat wave, drought persist across South Plains and Texas

National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning and elevated fire conditions in record-high temperatures this week. → Read More

Bear sightings in the Panhandle? Texas wildlife officials say it's possible in drought

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says there may be increased wildlife sightings, including bears, during drought conditions. → Read More

Addison: It's time to better appreciate Lubbock's arts and music community

After collaborating with an artist, journalist Brandi Addison exposes herself to the thankless works of artists. → Read More

Proposed cattle bill causes beef among Texas ranching community

Critics say the new Cattle Price Discovery and Transparency Act could stress South Plains & Panhandle producers. → Read More

Lubbock Power & Light remains confident after ERCOT conservation request

Lubbock utility spokesman says ERCOT conservation request comes out of abundance of caution. → Read More

NWS meteorologist recalls Lubbock weather highlights over 40-year career

Lubbock National Weather Service Meteorologist retires after 40 years of service, recalling weather memories from over the years. → Read More

"Mr. Cowboy Culture": Rodeo, ranching legend Alvin Davis praised for impact on West Texas

A tribute to the rodeo legend and West Texas native Alvin Davis, who recently died at 94 → Read More

Lubbock-based climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe disappointed in recent SCOTUS EPA ruling

Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe concerns over recent SCOTUS decision, which ruled that the EPA cannot regulate power plant emissions. → Read More

Lingering drought is stressing local crops, hitting hardest cotton, corn, wheat and oats

Most of the region is under moderate or worse drought conditions. The Texas crops have been most impacted are wheat, corn and oats. → Read More

Planting season is almost over for cotton farmers, and crop conditions aren’t great

Texas cotton farmers have planted about 96% of the state's crop. Only about 60% is in "fair" or better condition. → Read More