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Sheriff Rowe: 'Lubbock's crime problem starts at the border'

After meeting with law enforcement leaders in our region, Arrington said the real and rampant crisis has hit West Texas.  

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Muslim millennials share experiences and misconceptions of religion

I understand two different cultures, I've been exposed to two different cultures, on top of being an American.  

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Why veterinarians need to be concerned about the opioid epidemic

The opioid epidemic has plagued the human medical industry and is now spilling over into another form of medicine. Users are finding more angles to get their fix, according to the FDA.  

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Windy and colder tomorrow, cool week ahead Video included

A cold front will move across the area Tuesday morning, bringing wind and a drop in the temperature. Get your updated forecast here in the FOX34 Weather Blog. 

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Hobbs Police Chief Chris McCall retires After 20 years of service

After 20 years of police work with the Hobbs Police Department, Chief Chris McCall is retiring in February of 2019. 

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Communities in Schools receives Mayor's Fitness Council Grant

Communities In Schools of the South Plains (CIS) is pleased to announce that it has received a $2,000 grant from the Mayor’s Fitness Council. 

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Texas Tech Men's Basketball is ranked 14th in this week's AP Poll

After losses to Iowa State and Baylor, Texas Tech has dropped six spots in this week's AP Poll, falling to #14 in the nation. 

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Muleshoe resident publishes book, Lubbock Barnes & Noble to host book signing

Alice Liles has turned selected stories from her blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe into a book. Begun in 2009, the blog celebrates the history and citizens that make Muleshoe special. 

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DNA evidence leads to break in 2007 murder

DNA evidence has led investigators to name a suspect in the 2007 murder of Selena Kuykendall.

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Eppler: Shyamalan his own worst enemy in "Glass" Video included

M. Night Shyamalan's long-awaited trilogy capper is a big let-down. FOX34's James Eppler has the review

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Look Around Lubbock: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service Video included

The Volunteer Center of Lubbock has many opportunities to serve the community today for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.

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Texas Tech scientist: Solution to climate change can be found in backyard

She believes the biggest concern for West Texas is water.

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#8 Texas Tech falls to Baylor in Waco, 73-62

The Red Raiders had an early twelve point lead over the Baylor Bears, but were playing catch up for most of the second half. Brandone Francis' lay up made it a two point game with 5:49 to go, but Baylor pulled away and won 73-62.  

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AirBnB's on the rise in Lubbock Video included

Millennials are often dubbed the generation that is killing off certain things.

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Future uncertain for Reagor-Dykes Auto Group after recent ruling Video included

Any day now, vehicles could start disappearing from Reagor-Dykes lots. A ruling by Judge Robert Jones allowed Ford Credit to recoup its collateral. 

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President Trump to make announcement on shutdown, border Saturday

 President Trump says he will make a major announcement on the government shutdown and the southern border on Saturday afternoon from the White House.

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UPDATE: Carlos Rodriquez pleads not guilty for murder of Zoe Campos

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Carlos Rodriquez, 25, plead not guilty for the murder of Zoe Campos Friday in a Lubbock County District Court. 

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Texas Tech-led program presents teacher innovations to Secretary of Education DeVos

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos invited University-School Partnerships for the Renewal of Educator Preparation (US PREP) National Center to Washington, D.C., Thursday for a roundtable discussion about preparing classroom teachers.

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Federal employees turn to South Plains Food Bank for help during shutdown Video included

The South Plains Food Bank (SPFB), along with a large network of food banks, is preparing to assist those individuals who have been negatively impacted by the Government Shutdown, which has been going on now for 28 days. 

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