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Cruz, O'Rourke trade attacks during testy 1st Texas debate

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Republican Ted Cruz and Democrat Beto O'Rourke are holding their first debate as a Texas Senate race that once looked like it would be a cakewalk for the conservative incumbent now appears to be anything but one. More>>

GOP, Kavanaugh accuser in standoff over her Senate testimony Video included

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A lawyer for Christine Blasey Ford says she'd testify next week to the Senate Judiciary Committee about Brett Kavanaugh if conditions can be agreed to. More>>

PREVIEW: Texas Tech at (15)Oklahoma St. Video included

Texas Tech will open Big 12 play on the road, against 15th-ranked Oklahoma State. Rob Verby has a preview from Stillwater.

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Cruz rally in Lubbock Saturday

The Lubbock County Republican Party, State Senator Perry and State Representatives Frullo and Burrows will host a campaign rally for Sen. Cruz Saturday on the Texas Tech campus.

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The Violence Against Women act to expire at the end of the month Video included

In 1994, President Clinton signed the Violence Against Women act to help protect victims of domestic violence. Since then, It has been reauthorized several times, most recently under the Obama Administration in 2013. 

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103-year-old World War II veteran reflects on changes she's seen throughout life Video included

Catherine Royalty, the longest living veteran in Lubbock, has lived to see more than a century go by at 103 years old.  Royalty joined the Navy, after graduating from Lubbock High in 1932,  as a member of WAVES, women accepted for volunteer emergency service. She decoded ship movements while stationed in San Francisco, adding she was one of the first women to serve in the Navy during World War II. "They used WAVES to replace men in all capacities. Nurses, stenog... More>>

Kindle Hope: Ignites hope through benefit concert Video included

The goal's $10,000 to help the Buckner's Family Hope Center. 

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Lubbock Police Department asks for public’s help in fatal crash

Crash Investigators with the Lubbock Police Department are searching for possible witnesses of a deadly crash earlier this month. Lubbock Police Officers were called to the 4700 block of 4th street, at 2:12 a.m., Thursday, September 6, following reports of a Chevrolet Impala that crashed into a utility pole. 

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City of Lubbock names Steven Greene Animal Services Director

The City of Lubbock is pleased to announce Steven Greene as the Animal Services Director. Steven, currently an Assistant Director, will begin in the Director position on September 20,2018. 

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Lubbock Economic Development Alliance announces 71 new jobs

The Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) announced the creation of 71 new jobs and $24 million in capital investment at a press conference Friday afternoon. 

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Texas Tech School of Theatre & Dance takes Season into the Community

When Mark Charney, director of the Texas Tech University School of Theatre & Dance in the J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts (TCVPA), began planning for the 2018-19 theater season, he had his work cut out for him. 

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Superior Pipe Products to open Lubbock facility, leading to 71 highly skilled jobs

The Lubbock Economic Development Alliance announced the creation of 71 new jobs and $24 million in capital investment. Superior Pipe Products, LLC, a manufacturer of pipe products used in agriculture, municipal, and other industries, will open a new facility in Lubbock.

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Jeff Banister Dismissed as Texas Rangers Manager

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Banister has a record of 325-313 since being appointed as the 18th full-time manager in club history

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Judge sets schedule, trial date in Vista Bank v FirstCapital Bank lawsuit

In Vista Bank's lawsuit against FirstCapital Bank and its CEO and its chairman, the judge has set a schedule for the case. Trial is scheduled for March 2020.

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Former Reagor-Dykes CFO denies late payments, says Vista Bank attacked him, his family

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Through his attorney, former Reagor-Dykes chief financial officer Shane Smith said Vista Bank has attacked him and his family through a lawsuit filed this week.

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Look Around Lubbock: Football Friday at Estacado High School Video included

The Estacado High School Matadors take on the Hereford Whitefaces at Lowery Field tonight at 7:30 p.m.

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Texas Tech Museum hosts Cool Salsa and Hot Music event Video included

It was a night full of salsa, salsa and more salsa. The Museum of Texas Tech hosted a Cool Salsa and Hot Music event. 

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Texas Tech launches new minor in Mexican-American and Latino studies

Texas Tech launches it's new minor in Mexican-American and Latino studies with a celebration. The Director of University Programs, Sarah Schintz, explained what this dynamic interdisciplinary course of study will bring to the university.  

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Ranching Heritage Center dedicates 50th historic ranch structure Video included

The National Ranching Heritage Center dedicates it's 50th historic ranch structure. This 112-year-old barn is from Snyder and was used to hold cattle back in it's prime. 

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Texas Tech creates new sports psychology position to address mental illness with student-athletes

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In an effort to address mental illness issues with student-athletes, Texas Tech has created a new sports psychologist position for the athletics department. 

An alarming 2016 study from Drexel University found 24 percent of collegiate athletes meet the criteria of having "clinically significant" depression.

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Patrick Mahomes attributes NFL success to Texas Tech Video included

Patrick Mahomes has started three road games under center for the Chiefs in his time so far at Kansas City.

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Comfort Keepers of Lubbock to host Annual Feed Seniors Now food drive

Comfort Keepers of Lubbock is hosting the 8th Annual Feed Seniors Now food drive, benefiting Lubbock Meals on Wheels.  Because of this successful project, Lubbock Meals on Wheels is now able to provide weekend assistance to 250 seniors each week.  

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Travel with the Chamber to Switzerland

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will be exploring Switzerland in 2019, and is inviting Chamber members and their family and friends to join this once in a lifetime experience. 

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Vista Bank sues former Reagor-Dykes CFO, claims loan default Video included

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Vista Bank is suing former Reagor-Dykes chief financial officer Shane Smith for an unpaid loan. According to Vista's filing, Smith signed for a $200,000 loan in January. The loan would mature in January 2019.

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Texas Ranger in Lubbock receives "First Responder of the Year" Award

A Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Texas Ranger was selected to receive the Melvin Martin First Responder of the Year award. 

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First Look: Eli Roth kids movie, Michael Moore doc Video included

A handful of new releases in Lubbock theaters this weekend includes an adaption of a popular novel, the latest from the creator of "This is Us," and Michael Moore's latest doc. 

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Look Around Lubbock: 23rd Annual Apple Butter Festival Video included

The 23rd Annual Apple Butter Festival is September 22 & 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Orchard. The event benefits the Texas Boys Ranch which helps abused and neglected children.

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INTERVIEW: Mayor Pope on police substations, libraries Video included

Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope says the city's new police substations could break ground by the spring, funded by an increase to the tax rate. 

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First Bank & Trust sues Reagor-Dykes, First Capital Bank, others Video included

First Bank & Trust has filed a lawsuit against Reagor Auto Mall d/b/a Reagor-Dykes of Levelland and d/b/a Reagor Dykes Imports, First Capital Bank, Bart Reagor, Rick Dykes, Shane Smith, Sheila Miller, Brad Burgess and Kenneth Burgess. 

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New poll: O'Rourke leads Cruz by 2 points

A day after a poll showed Senator Cruz with a nine-point lead over Rep. Beto O'Rourke, a new Reuters poll paints a different picture among likely Texas voters.

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Resthaven Funeral Home hosts 'Back the Blue' event Video included

For the third year Resthaven Funeral Home hosted a "Back the Blue" event in honor of those who serve and protect in Lubbock county. This includes Lubbock police officers, the Lubbock County Sheriff's Department, DPS,  Frenship and Lubbock ISD and Texas Tech and Lubbock Christian police. 

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Texas DMV: Reagor-Dykes should promptly resolve title issues

The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles has contacted the chief restructuring officer effectively running Reagor-Dykes Auto Group while in bankruptcy proceedings, informing his team of about 100 consumer complaints.

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Brad, Kenneth Burgess file motion to dismiss Vista Bank lawsuit

A day after the attorney for First Capital Bank filed a motion to dismiss Vista Bank's lawsuit, attorney for Brad and Kenneth Burgess filed a similar motion. Brad Burgess is First Capital CEO, Kenneth Burgess is First Capital Chairman. 

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Pedestrian killed on US Highway 62/82 in Lea County

On September 15, at 11:05 PM, Lea County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an accident with injuries at US Highway 62/180 milepost 70 in Lea County. It was reported a pedestrian, later identified as Christopher Gomez, age 25 of Artesia, NM had wandered onto the roadway and was ran over by an unidentified crude oil truck hauler.

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Body found on I-27 north of Abernathy

Texas Rangers are responding to a body found on interstate I-27 north of Abernathy on Wednesday afternoon.  

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With teacher shortages in rural school districts across West Texas, virtual classrooms may be on the way Video included

West Texas is running out of educators, as teachers and administrators from rural school districts brainstormed at Texas Tech Wednesday morning to discuss potential solutions to fill this shortage.  Doug Hamman, the chair of Texas Tech's teacher preparation department, said new, innovative programs are necessary in turning the teacher deficit around.   "I believe traditional approaches to teacher preparation have largely failed in terms of providing needs for rur... More>>

High Point Village announces Anna Lewis as Development Coordinator

High Point Village is proud to announce the appointment of Anna Lewis to the position of Development Coordinator. Anna has served High Point Village since May of 2015, when she joined the organization as the Enrichment & Outreach Coordinator. 

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Texas Tech Named Diversity Champion, receives seventh consecutive HEED Award

Texas Tech University continues to be a leader in diversity and inclusivity, earning a seventh consecutive Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award and its third consecutive recognition as a Diversity Champion.

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United Way promotes reading through event with 5 School Districts

Lubbock Area United Way hosts it’s first United We Read event on September 20th. Volunteers from the City of Lubbock, Lubbock County, and local businesses will be in 190 Lubbock ISD, Frenship ISD, Lubbock-Cooper ISD, Shallowater ISD and New Deal ISD 2nd grade classrooms. More than 3,500 students will participate in the event. 

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Texas Tech School of Theatre & Dance presents ‘Of Beauty Queens and Childhood Dreams’

Texas Tech University’s School of Theatre & Dance, housed within the J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts, will present “Of Beauty Queens and Childhood Dreams” Sept. 24-30 at the Christine DeVitt Icehouse, located at 511 Ave. K. Curtain times for the production are 7:30 p.m. Monday – Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. 

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Flatland Film Festival plans screenings all weekend Video included

The Flatland Film Festival, a program of LHUCA, offers a wide variety of movies this weekend

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: Shepherd's Pie Baked Sweet Potatoes Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby has a recipe for some comfort food.

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Look Around Lubbock: Lubbock Animal Services Video included

Lubbock Animal Services is the largest animal shelter in the South Plains and cares for more than 15,000 animals annually rescued from Lubbock. Lubbock Animal Services is an open-door shelter that provides lost and found services, animal adoptions, humane education, cruelty investigations, and enforces the laws regarding animals for the City of Lubbock. They also host community events to bring the animals to the citizens to help make adoptions as easy as possible. Help is always ... More>>

5 things to know: Wednesday

5 things to know: Wednesday; Court approves bid process for Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, extends use of cash collateral, Texas schools remove female political figures from curriculum, TTU Sigma Delta Pi celebrates Lubbock Spanish day, Lubbock Chamber shows support in proposed Lubbock ISD bond election, Ford wants her Kavanaugh claim investigated before hearing

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TTU Sigma Delta Pi celebrates Lubbock Spanish day Video included

It's an open discussion focusing on the global importance of the Spanish language and the relevance it has today. 

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First Capital Bank files motion to dismiss lawsuit Video included

First Capital Bank filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit by Vista Bank, claiming both banks are victims of a check kiting scheme by Reagor-Dykes. 

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Lubbock grand jury indicts 2 on separate aggravated kidnapping charges

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The Lubbock grand jury indicts two defendants in separate aggravated kidnapping cases. 

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Lubbock Chamber shows support in proposed Lubbock ISD bond election Video included

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce throwing its support behind Lubbock ISD's proposed bond election. The $130 million proposal is the first since 2010 and will not affect the tax rate. 

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Lubbock Police Department hosts Explorer Post open house Video included

Lubbock police is hosting an open house for 15 to 20-year-olds who are interested in a career in law enforcement.

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Texas looking at cuts to social studies courses, removing political figures including Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller from curriculum Video included

The Texas State Board of Education is pursuing cuts to learning standards in history classes across the state, as a preliminary vote was approved to axe references and required teaching to political figures like Helen Keller, 1964 presidential candidate Barry Goldwater, and Hillary Clinton. 

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Air Force training aircraft crashes near San Antonio mall

An Air Force training aircraft has crashed into a vacant field near a San Antonio shopping mall. An Air Force spokeswoman said the crash happened just before 4 p.m. Tuesday at a vacant field near Rolling Oaks Mall in northeastern San Antonio, about 3½ miles northwest of Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph. 

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4th Street Texas Tech Parkway road closure

The Lubbock Police Department Traffic Unit will temporarily shut down the intersection of 4th Street and Texas Tech Parkway on Thursday, September 20th beginning at 9 a.m. 

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Certified child car seat technicians hosting Saturday checkup event in Lubbock

The Texas Department of Transportation, along with our safety partners, will host a car seat checkup event from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., on Saturday, Sept. 22, at Safety City in Lubbock, 4500 Avenue U. 

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Ana Navarro to speak at Texas Tech’s Celebrate Diversity Banquet

Each fall, Texas Tech University’s Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion recognizes those within the Texas Tech and Lubbock communities who exemplify inclusive excellence. This year, the division welcomes Republican strategist and political analyst Ana Navarro as the keynote speaker for its annual fundraising Celebrate Diversity Banquet. 

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Cruz holds nine-point lead in new poll of likely TX voters

Senator Cruz has a 54-45 percent lead among likely voters over Rep. Beto O'Rourke in the race for Cruz's Senate seat according to a new Quinnipiac University Poll. This is the first Quinnipiac Poll among likely voters in the race. 

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South Plains College announces Youth Live Ensemble

South Plains College’s Creative Arts Department seeks youths ages 10 to 16 to participate in the SPC Youth Live Ensemble course. The first class will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 2 (Tuesday) in Room 164 in the Creative Arts building.

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Court approves bid process for Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, extends use of cash collateral Video included

KamKad Automotive Group is expected to purchase the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group by late November, following the U.S. Bankruptcy Court's approval of the next steps in the bid process Tuesday.

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Texas Tech expert available to speak on teacher recruitment, retention

In a story today by the Texas Tribune, educators in the West Texas school district of Ector County said they are considering funding “virtual teachers” to fill 240 vacant teaching positions. Administrators said this may solve the problem of recruiting and retaining enough teachers in expensive or rural parts of the state. 

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American Diabetes Association to host 25th anniversary walk

More than 37,500 people have diabetes in Lubbock County and an additional 90,200 have pre-diabetes. That’s enough to fill Jones AT&T Stadium two times. Lubbock’s Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes is celebrating its 25th anniversary on Saturday, September 22, at Mackenzie Park. 

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Texas Tech Vice Provost for International Affairs named Assistant Secretary for Bureau of African Affairs

Ambassador Tibor P. Nagy, Jr., a retired career Foreign Service Officer, spent 32 years in government service, including over 20 years in assignments across Africa. 

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Texas Tech faculty member receives nearly $700,000 research grant

Texas Tech University professor of atmospheric science Chris Weiss has received a nearly $700,000 research grant from the National Science Foundation, which will fund “Targeted Observation by Radars and Unmanned Aircraft Systems of Supercells” (TORUS).

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Crash kills 3-month-old in Colfax County

On September 17, at around 10:00 a.m. the New Mexico State Police investigated a fatal crash on Interstate 25 at about mile post 419 near Springer.  Through the investigation it appears a 2014 Ford Fusion was traveling north on Interstate 25, for reasons that are still under investigation, the Ford lost control and rolled several times.

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Oral surgeon treats war heroes through Smiles for Soldiers program

Lubbock is home to over 15,000 veterans, and in fact, Texas is among one of the top three states in the country with the largest population of veterans with over one million men and women who risked their lives to fight for our country.

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Lubbock resident appointed to Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Megan Graham and Audrey Ramsbacher and reappointed Martha Mosier to the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners for terms set to expire on February 1, 2023.

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TTU Museum opens "The Red That Colored the World" exhibition

Red is the color of power and passion. It is a color that says “look at me.” Red, with its brilliant hue, has inspired artists’ imaginations and seduced viewers for millennia. And we have a small bug to thank for the bright color.

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Local students learn how to promote original music

Five local students, ages 15-17, have been working diligently to reach a goal of releasing their first original EP, and will celebrate that goal achievement this Sunday, September 23rd from 5-7 p.m. at 7607 Quincy Ave. 

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Texas Tech University School of Music to host concert series

Members of Texas Tech University’s School of Music faculty from the J. T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts will perform a recital of chamber works as part of the Collaborations Faculty Chamber Music Series.

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Look Around Lubbock: Kelle B Jammin' Video included

Kelle Barnard, owner of Kelle B Jammin', makes sweet jams, spicy jams, bbq sauces, salts, bbq rubs, pickling kits and gift sets for the Chicago Station Market that is happening September 22...

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5 things to know: Tuesday

5 things to know: Tuesday; Lubbock County Commissioners Court approves software provider switch; O'Rourke sign victims feel confident after theft; Lubbock Police welcomes 2 new K9's to its unit; Wilmington Isle: Food, water handouts set in isolated city; Showdown between Kavanaugh, accuser scheduled for next week

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Truck fire blocks 62/82 Monday evening Video included

A semi truck fire on U.S. 62/82 near the Hockley-Lubbock County line blocked part of the highway for nearly an hour Monday evening.

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Lubbock County Commissioners Court approves software provider switch Video included

It'll go into effect once the current contract expires next year. 

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O'Rourke sign victims feel confident after theft Video included

Lubbock police reported more than a dozen calls in one day relating to stolen political signs. Vandals either destroyed or stole Beto O'Rourke signs in Tech Terrace.

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Lubbock Police welcomes 2 new K9's to its unit Video included

Lubbock Police welcome two new K9's to it's team. Tex and Kimbo expand LPD's K9 unit to eight dogs. Kimbo will be trained to detect narcotics and patrol methods. 

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Texas Tech School of Music hosts symphonic band and concert band performance

Texas Tech University School of Music will host a performance of the Symphonic Band and Concert Band. 

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Ford Credit, GM object to certain aspects of proposed Reagor-Dykes sale

Ford Motor Credit and General Motors have joined Gulf States Toyota in filing objections to at least some parts of a proposed sale of the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group. 

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Cruz says Dems quick to blame police after Dallas shooting

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas says he wishes Democrats weren't "so quick to always blame the police officer" after challenger Beto O'Rourke suggested that a white officer who shot and killed a black neighbor should be fired.

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Crash survivor fatally struck by passing car in Otero County

On September 16, at about 5:30 a.m. the New Mexico State Police investigated a fatal crash on US Highway 82 around mile post 11 between Alamogordo and Cloudcroft.

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New Mexico State Police investigate fatal crash on US Highway 70

On September 15, at about 8:30 p.m. the New Mexico State Police investigated a fatal crash on US Highway 70 around mile post 185 between Alamogordo and Las Cruces. Through the investigation it appears a 2014 Chevrolet Sonic was traveling east on US 70 at a high rate of speed veered off the roadway and rolled.

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Keep Lubbock Beautiful and the City of Lubbock Water Department to present Landscape Recognition Award

On Wednesday, September 19, Keep Lubbock Beautiful and the City of Lubbock Water Department will present their first Landscape Recognition Award to McPherson Cellars. The ceremony will take place at 3 p.m. in McPherson Cellars, located at 1615 Texas Avenue. Every month, the Keep Lubbock Beautiful Advisory Committee will select a new winner for recognition. 

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UPDATED: Missing 82-year-old Jerry Noble found

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The Wolfforth Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for Jerry Noble, 82. He was last seen Sunday.

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Man charged with intoxication assault following crash at Fourth & Tech Parkway

A man is jailed for a charge of intoxication assault after a crash in northwest Lubbock Sunday evening. 

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LPD receives over a dozen reports of stolen campaign signs

The Lubbock Police Department says its received over a dozen calls related to political signs being stolen between September 13th and 14th. Many of the reports were called out near Tech Terrace. 

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Man who survived Florida mass shooting dies in car wreck

Authorities say a Texas man who survived a mass shooting during a video game tournament last month in Florida has died in a car crash. The Texas Department of Public Safety says 25-year-old Ryen Aleman of Robstown was killed Sunday in a single-vehicle wreck near Corpus Christi.    

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Museum of Texas Tech University celebrates salsa in all its forms

The Museum of Texas Tech University, with assistance from the Helen Jones Foundation, Inc., will host the next event in the “Museum by Night: Illuminating Ideas” series. “Cool Salsa and Hot Music” will feature salsa making, salsa tasting and salsa music. 

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Eppler: "Predator" is a goofy mess Video included

The "Predator" series has had several attempts at a continuation over the years, and this looks like another a false start. FOX34's James Eppler has the review

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United Way celebrates 50th year of Loaned Executive Program

Lubbock Area United Way is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Loaned Executive Program. Since 1968, generous local businesses have been "loaning" their most talented and emerging leaders to help run the Annual Campaign. 

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South Plains College releases fall 2018 enrollment figures

South Plains College officials recently announced the fall 2018 enrollment numbers. As of the official 12th day of classes, enrollment across all SPC campuses is 9,300 for fall 2018 – down 0.3 percent.

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Prescott, Dallas D lead Cowboys to 20-13 win over Giants

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Prescott throws 64-yard TD early, Cowboys sack Eli Manning six times in 20-13 win over Giants. More>>

US marks 9/11 with somber tributes; Trump speaks at PA site Video included

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Americans are commemorating the Sept. 11 terror attacks with somber tributes, volunteer projects and a new monument to victims. More>>

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  • Cruz rally in Lubbock Saturday

    Cruz rally in Lubbock Saturday

    The Lubbock County Republican Party, State Senator Perry and State Representatives Frullo and Burrows will host a campaign rally for Sen. Cruz Saturday on the Texas Tech campus.

    The Lubbock County Republican Party, State Senator Perry and State Representatives Frullo and Burrows will host a campaign rally for Sen. Cruz Saturday on the Texas Tech campus.

  • The Violence Against Women act to expire at the end of the month

    The Violence Against Women act to expire at the end of the month

    In 1994, President Clinton signed the Violence Against Women act to help protect victims of domestic violence. Since then, It has been reauthorized several times, most recently under the Obama Administration in 2013. 

    In 1994, President Clinton signed the Violence Against Women act to help protect victims of domestic violence. Since then, It has been reauthorized several times, most recently under the Obama Administration in 2013. 

  • 103-year-old World War II veteran reflects on changes she's seen throughout life

    103-year-old World War II veteran reflects on changes she's seen throughout life

    Catherine Royalty, the longest living veteran in Lubbock, has lived to see more than a century go by at 103 years old.  Royalty joined the Navy, after graduating from Lubbock High in 1932,  as a member of WAVES, women accepted for volunteer emergency service. She decoded ship movements while stationed in San Francisco, adding she was one of the first women to serve in the Navy during World War II. "They used WAVES to replace men in all capacities. Nurses, stenog...
    Catherine Royalty, the longest living veteran in Lubbock, has lived to see more than a century go by at 103 years old.  Royalty joined the Navy, after graduating from Lubbock High in 1932,  as a member of WAVES, women accepted for volunteer emergency service. She decoded ship movements while stationed in San Francisco, adding she was one of the first women to serve in the Navy during World War II. "They used WAVES to replace men in all capacities. Nurses, stenog...
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  • APNewsBreak: Army misses 2018 recruiting goal

    APNewsBreak: Army misses 2018 recruiting goal

    Friday, September 21 2018 10:30 AM EDT2018-09-21 14:30:10 GMT
    Saturday, September 22 2018 7:21 AM EDT2018-09-22 11:21:10 GMT
    The Army has missed its recruiting goal for the first time in more than a decade.
    The Army has missed its recruiting goal for the first time in more than a decade.
  • NC river swirls with gray muck near flooded coal ash dump

    NC river swirls with gray muck near flooded coal ash dump

    Saturday, September 22 2018 12:12 AM EDT2018-09-22 04:12:03 GMT
    Saturday, September 22 2018 7:12 AM EDT2018-09-22 11:12:30 GMT
    (Peter Harrison/Earthjustice via AP). In this screen grab from a Sept. 21, 2018, video provided to The Associated Press by Earthjustice, an environmental advocacy group, a turtle is plucked from gray muck along the Cape Fear River near the L.V. Sutton ...(Peter Harrison/Earthjustice via AP). In this screen grab from a Sept. 21, 2018, video provided to The Associated Press by Earthjustice, an environmental advocacy group, a turtle is plucked from gray muck along the Cape Fear River near the L.V. Sutton ...
    Duke Energy says dam breached at plant in North Carolina; coal ash may be flowing into Cape Fear River.
    Duke Energy says dam breached at plant in North Carolina; coal ash may be flowing into Cape Fear River.
  • Small North Carolina town latest to feel Florence's fury

    Small North Carolina town latest to feel Florence's fury

    Saturday, September 22 2018 12:11 AM EDT2018-09-22 04:11:35 GMT
    Saturday, September 22 2018 7:12 AM EDT2018-09-22 11:12:05 GMT
    (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert). A sign commemorating the rebuilding of the town of Nichols, which was flooded two years earlier from Hurricane Matthew, stands in floodwaters in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in Nichols, S.C., Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. Vi...(AP Photo/Gerald Herbert). A sign commemorating the rebuilding of the town of Nichols, which was flooded two years earlier from Hurricane Matthew, stands in floodwaters in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in Nichols, S.C., Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. Vi...
    A North Carolina town where a levee breached is among the latest to feel the punch of Hurricane Florence.
    A North Carolina town where a levee breached is among the latest to feel the punch of Hurricane Florence.
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  • Vatican announces deal with China on bishop appointments

    Vatican announces deal with China on bishop appointments

    Saturday, September 22 2018 6:40 AM EDT2018-09-22 10:40:38 GMT
    Saturday, September 22 2018 7:22 AM EDT2018-09-22 11:22:07 GMT
    The Vatican has announced a breakthrough "provisional agreement" with China on the appointment of bishops, an issue that for decades has caused tensions between the Holy See and Beijing.
    The Vatican has announced a breakthrough "provisional agreement" with China on the appointment of bishops, an issue that for decades has caused tensions between the Holy See and Beijing.
  • Death toll rises to 167 in Tanzania ferry disaster

    Death toll rises to 167 in Tanzania ferry disaster

    Saturday, September 22 2018 7:00 AM EDT2018-09-22 11:00:37 GMT
    Saturday, September 22 2018 7:22 AM EDT2018-09-22 11:22:05 GMT
    (AP Photo). EDS NOTE: RETRANSMISSION NAI111 OF FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 2018, FOR IMPROVED QUALITY.  Rescuers retrieve a dead body from the water near Ukara Island in Lake Victoria, Tanzania, Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. The death toll rose above 100 after the pas...(AP Photo). EDS NOTE: RETRANSMISSION NAI111 OF FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 2018, FOR IMPROVED QUALITY. Rescuers retrieve a dead body from the water near Ukara Island in Lake Victoria, Tanzania, Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. The death toll rose above 100 after the pas...
    Death toll in Tanzania ferry disaster rises to 167, official says, as coffins arrive at scene.
    Death toll in Tanzania ferry disaster rises to 167, official says, as coffins arrive at scene.
  • The Latest: Iran: 24 dead, 53 wounded in parade attack

    The Latest: Iran: 24 dead, 53 wounded in parade attack

    Saturday, September 22 2018 3:00 AM EDT2018-09-22 07:00:33 GMT
    Saturday, September 22 2018 7:22 AM EDT2018-09-22 11:22:04 GMT
    Iran's state-run IRNA news agency says 20 people have been wounded in an attack on military parade in Ahvaz.
    Iran's state-run IRNA news agency says 20 people have been wounded in an attack on military parade in Ahvaz.
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