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Gunfire erupts at New Jersey arts festival; 22 wounded

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Police say at least one person has been killed and several others injured when shooting broke out at an all-night cultural event in Trenton, New Jersey. More>>

Self proclaimed 'Chinese Cowboy' embraces southern culture

At just 20-years-old Shibo 'Bruce' Wang packed up his bags and moved nearly 7,000 miles away from China to Texas Tech.  Naturally there have been road blocks including learning a whole new language and culture. 

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Slightly cooler and slightly wetter Video included

This evening, a stray shower is possible. Any of the heavy storms that we did see have already moved off the caprock. A stray shower possible overnight, but unlikely for most. 

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APS provides assistance to protect elders Video included

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says criminal defraud senior citizens for about three billion dollars each year. He calls it a national and international problem.  

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UPDATE: Guard arrested, charged with aiding 3 at-large Clovis inmates' escape

A woman on-duty at the Curry County jail is charged with helping the three inmates escape the facility. They're still at-large.

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Texas Tech to start Dusek vs. defending champs Sunday Video included

 Rob Verby reports on why Tim Tadlock is going with Dylan Dusek to start Sunday against the defending champs, the Florida Gators. 

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Mike G y Los Realez gear up for Father's Day Street Fest Video included

The event will be on Saturday June 16th at 19th street and Buddy Holly Ave. gates open at 2 pm. for tickets visit the following link. http://www.magic1065.com/

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Governor Abbott's message on Putin and Texas economy

Governor Abbott said Texas is bigger and better than ever, making him more powerful than some world leaders. 

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Pre-trial hearings begin for Jeffcoat murder

Pre-trial hearings are underway for James Holland accused of capital murder for the death of his pregnant step daughter in 2016. Holli Jeffcoat, 18, was a special needs teenager whose body was found mutilated. 

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Chamber provides active shooter training Video included

There's one way to accurately describe how many mass shootings there have been in the United States this year: too many. The Chamber of Commerce offers guidance for citizens, providing policies and procedures in case of a killer inside a business.

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China hits US agriculture with retaliation

China placed a 25 percent retaliatory tariff on multiple U.S. goods, including sorghum. The retaliatory tariff also applies to U.S. soybeans, cotton, wheat, vegetables, beef, pork and others and will go into effect on July 6. 

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Tech volunteer assistant women's golf coach promoted to full-time

Texas Tech women’s golf coach JoJo Robertson announced Friday afternoon that volunteer assistant coach Laurie Brower has been promoted to a full-time role for the 2018-19 season. This will be the first collegiate position for Brower, who has served two stints as a volunteer assistant under Robertson. 

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Littlefield Police arrest man for sexual assault of a child

The Littlefield Police Department has re-opened a cold case regarding sexual assault of a child.  Jeremy Todd Miller was arrested and charged with one count of sexual assault of a child. 

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Texas Tech to host EDGE summer session

The Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education program supports women entering doctoral programs in mathematical sciences WHAT: Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education Reunion Symposium.

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Mom allegedly left son in hot car, shoplifted at Texas store

Authorities have arrested a woman accused of leaving her 7-year-old son in a hot car while she allegedly shoplifted some makeup from a Houston-area Walmart.  Records show Dimitric Knight remained jailed Friday on a charge of endangering a child, with bond at $15,000.  

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Juvenile arrested, charged with murder of 55-year-old man

Lubbock police arrested and charged a juvenile with murder after finding a man dead Friday morning

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The Buddy Holly Center presents The Local Nobodys in concert

The Local Nobodys will be live in concert during the Buddy Holly Center's Summer Showcase Concert Series. This is a free event held in the Meadows Courtyard June 21 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The attached press release gives more details on the upcoming event.  

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"Incredibles," "Tag" open in Lubbock theaters Video included

"The Incredibles 2," "Tag" and "SuperFly" open in theaters this weekend. FOX34's James Eppler has the rundown

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Lubbock to host 28th annual 4th on Broadway

For 28 years, 4th on Broadway at Mackenzie Park has been an event that Lubbock and the entire region look forward to year after year. This year will be nothing short of the family fun Lubbockites have come to know.

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Look Around Lubbock: Moonlight Musical presents The Music Man Video included

The Moonlight Musicals Amphitheatre presents the family hit-musical, Meredith Willson’s “The Music Man”, sponsored by Lubbock National Bank...

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5 things to know: Friday

5 things to know: Friday; FBI report says anti-Trump texts 'cast a cloud' over probe, Family separations cause a rift between GOP leaders, WH, Korean War veteran shares perspective on U.S.-North Korea summit, Boyfriend pleads guilty to beating girlfriend for downloading Snapchat, Quan Shorts arrested, kicked off Tech football team

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Watchdog: Comey 'insubordinate,' not biased in Clinton probe Video included

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Report on FBI actions in Hillary Clinton email case set for release, expected to harshly criticize law enforcement agency's handling of investigation. More>>

Korean War veteran shares perspective on U.S.-North Korea summit Video included

The Army drafted Lubbock native Jessie Hetchett to serve at the tail end of the Korean war.

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Lubbock council approves smart meters for LP&L customers

Lubbock city council members approved advance meters for LP&L customers Thursday. 

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Juvenile Justice raises awareness of drug trends among youth

Juvenile Justice hosted a symposium for community members and professionals to reflect on new drugs and issues young adults face.  Lubbock County magistrate, Melissa McNamara said it allows practitioners of juvenile and family law to discuss topics on youth including drug trends, alcohol abuse and addiction. 

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Former Texas Tech faculty member nominated for Secretary of State for African Affairs

A former member of the Texas Tech faculty testified in front of congress. Ambassador Tibor Nagy is the nominee for Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs.

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Quan Shorts arrested, kicked off Tech football team

Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury announced this evening that junior wide receiver, Quan Shorts, has been dismissed from the program. 

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City of Lubbock launches improved website

The City of Lubbock launches its updated and more user friendly website, mylubbock.us, Thursday, June 14. The new site makes it easier to find information and engage with local government online.

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Country star George Strait part of Harvey recovery campaign

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Country star George Strait leads a new tourism campaign for part of Hurricane Harvey-damaged South Texas months after the storm devastated the area he sometimes calls home.

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Active shooter training: survival tips & tactics

The Citizen's Response to an Active Shooter (CRAS) training program created by Corporal Chris Paine, has received national and international recognition. The program is designed to equip the unarmed citizen with a plan of immediate action when facing a mass shooting event to increase the odds of citizen safety. 

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Houston police officer replaces ill man's stolen groceries

An off-duty Houston police officer has paid to replace groceries stolen from an ill man after he collapsed in a parking lot just after buying the items. Officer Kirsten Koryciak, in a police Facebook posting, said Wednesday she has relatives with diabetes and she cares about the community. 

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Power restored downtown, Marmolejo hearing postponed

A piece of equipment faulted at Broadway and Ave. O causing a power outage affecting the central downtown area. Service went down at 10:30 a.m. and was fully restored 30 minutes later. 

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Spaces available for 2018-2019 SPC Basic Firefighter Academy

Approximately 10 spaces are available for students interested in the South Plains College Fire Academy for 2018-2019. The academy is schedule to run from Aug. 27 through May 7, 2019.

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Eppler: Ranking all the Pixar movies

"The Incredibles 2," which comes out this weekend, is the 20th Pixar movie. We're ranking the rest from the animation studio.

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Look Around Lubbock: Garden and Arts Center Video included

The Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center (GAC) and Lubbock Memorial Arboretum will host the 9th Annual Butterfly Release on Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m...

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5 things to know: Thursday

5 things to know: Thursday; Lawmakers discuss school safety at Senate committee hearing, Despite calls by the Governor, Lubbock ISD lacks funds to add more counselors, UPDATED: Fire forces evacuation of Ventura Place senior living center, Second man arrested for Depot District shooting, US seeks to assuage Asian allies after North Korea summit

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Federal grand jury indicts former Slaton coach

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Federal grand jurors have indicted a former Slaton ISD coach and teacher for enticement of a minor. 

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Second man arrested for Depot District shooting

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Lubbock Police have arrested a second suspect for being involved in a Depot District shooting in May that seriously wounded one person. 

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Victim beaten for downloading app testifies

A judge heard testimony Wednesday from the victim who was savagely beaten by her boyfriend for downloading and using SnapChat.

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UPDATED: Third person arrested in drive-by shooting, search on for fourth suspect

A third person has been arrested in the drive-by shooting of a 16-year-old. Now police are searching for a fourth suspect. 

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UPDATED: Fire forces evacuation of Ventura Place senior living center Video included

A fire has forced the evacuation of Ventura Place senior living center in central Lubbock. 

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Despite calls by the Governor, Lubbock ISD lacks funds to add more counselors Video included

After the Santa Fe school shooting, Governor Abbott wants to add more counselors on campuses. Texas is one of 20 states that does not require them. Regardless, the governor wants districts to focus on student mental health.  

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Federal indictment for Mexican national arrested in Floyd County

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A federal grand jury has indicted a Mexican national on three counts of smuggling people into the United States. 

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Clovis man sentenced in child abuse case

Ninth Judicial District Attorney, Andrea Reeb, announced that on June 12, 2018, Bruce Bender, age 64, of Clovis, was sentenced to one year in jail for child abuse. 

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Stuffed Jalapeno Dip Video included

Brenda Duby breaks down the recipe and instructions on this dish, perfect for Fathers Day.

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5 things to know: Wednesday

5 things to know: Wednesday; Family of Tech student found dead at Raider Park increases reward, Suicide rates rising, support and family can help, Texas Tech Baseball gears up for College World Series, McCabe suing Department of Justice, Success of Singapore Summit met with skepticism

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Suicide rates rising, support and family can help Video included

Suicide rates are on the rise across the nation. 

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Trump and Kim shake hands in scene complex as their rivalry Video included

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The first handshake between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un lasted 13 seconds, a moment that took place in front of a stunning display of interlocked North Korean and American flags and was being dissected around the world. More>>

'I'm so happy': Dennis Rodman weeps as Trump and Kim meet

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Former NBA star Dennis Rodman openly wept on television in a live interview from Singapore, as President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met for the first time. More>>

Florida, Texas, Red Raiders, Hogs make College World Series

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Longhorns, Red Raiders win super regionals to advance to College World Series. More>>

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  • Strong earthquake near Osaka, Japan, causes scattered damage

    Strong earthquake near Osaka, Japan, causes scattered damage

    Sunday, June 17 2018 9:41 PM EDT2018-06-18 01:41:11 GMT
    (Takaki Yajima/Kyodo News via AP). School children take shelter at schoolyard in Ikeda, Osaka, following an earthquake Monday, June 18, 2018.  A strong earthquake has shaken the city of Osaka in western Japan. There are reports of scattered damage incl...(Takaki Yajima/Kyodo News via AP). School children take shelter at schoolyard in Ikeda, Osaka, following an earthquake Monday, June 18, 2018. A strong earthquake has shaken the city of Osaka in western Japan. There are reports of scattered damage incl...
    A strong earthquake shook the city of Osaka in western Japan, causing scattered damage including broken glass and partial building collapses.
    A strong earthquake shook the city of Osaka in western Japan, causing scattered damage including broken glass and partial building collapses.
  • Conservative wins Colombia's presidency in divisive election

    Conservative wins Colombia's presidency in divisive election

    Sunday, June 17 2018 9:41 PM EDT2018-06-18 01:41:03 GMT
    (AP Photos/Ricardo Mazalan, Fernando Vergara, Files). FILES - This combination of two May 27, 2018 file photos shows Colombian presidential candidates Gustavo Petro, left, and Ivan Duque, in Bogota, Colombia. Voters will choose between Petro, a leftist...(AP Photos/Ricardo Mazalan, Fernando Vergara, Files). FILES - This combination of two May 27, 2018 file photos shows Colombian presidential candidates Gustavo Petro, left, and Ivan Duque, in Bogota, Colombia. Voters will choose between Petro, a leftist...
    Voters in Colombia head to the polls Sunday to choose a leftist former guerrilla or a young conservative lawmaker to lead the nation as it implements a still fragile peace accord.
    Voters in Colombia head to the polls Sunday to choose a leftist former guerrilla or a young conservative lawmaker to lead the nation as it implements a still fragile peace accord.
  • Migration fight shakes German govt as Merkel, ally face off

    Migration fight shakes German govt as Merkel, ally face off

    Sunday, June 17 2018 9:31 PM EDT2018-06-18 01:31:25 GMT
    (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber). German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg after a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Friday, June 15, 2018.(AP Photo/Markus Schreiber). German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg after a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Friday, June 15, 2018.
    Germany's interior minister is insisting his party has no intention of bringing down Chancellor Angela Merkel and her government, but there's no sign yet of a compromise in a bitter standoff over migration.
    Germany's interior minister is insisting his party has no intention of bringing down Chancellor Angela Merkel and her government, but there's no sign yet of a compromise in a bitter standoff over migration.
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