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Star Comics makes a superhero landing in a new location Video included

One of the oldest comic book stores in Texas got a new home.  Star Comics recently merged it's two previous store locations to an iconic location on 34th st in the building where Hester Books used to be.

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Abortion still debated amid Roe v Wade anniversary Video included

It was 45 years ago this month, the U.S. Supreme Court announced it's decision in Roe v. Wade, essentially declaring the laws prohibiting abortion were unconstitutional.  

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Police Report: Woman's boyfriend claims self-defense in shooting her ex

Lubbock Police Department detectives are currently investigating a fatal shooting that occurred early Saturday morning in the 2900 block of Vicksburg Avenue.

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NM State Police investigate fatal crash in Lovington

(Press Release) Lea County, NM - On January 21, 2018 at around 12:30 a.m. the New Mexico State Police investigated a fatal crash involving a 2009 Chevy Silverado on 17th Street and Avenue R in Lovington.

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Central Lubbock shooting kills 16-year-old, shooter on the run

Police are searching for the person who shot and killed a 16-year-old in central Lubbock.

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Iowa State upsets No. 8 Texas Tech 70-52

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Traveling entertainment company parting ways with Lubbock Video included

After two decades of providing the city with Broadway-quality shows, the company, Celebrity Attractions parted ways with Lubbock, for now.

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18-year-old arrested for armed robbery of KFC, smoke shop Friday night

An 18-year-old male has been arrested for two separate robberies that occurred Friday night.

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Shooting at nightclub leaves 1 dead, another injured

On Saturday, January 20th, just before 3 a.m., an off duty officer working security at Covenant Medical Center called to report two male gunshot victims came into the emergency room by private vehicles.

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Shutdown is first since 2013, but not exceptional

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Shutdown is first since 2013, but not exceptional. More>>

The Latest: Schumer says Trump 'backed off' deal

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President Donald Trump says Senate Democrats are focused on "illegal immigration and weak borders" as a government shutdown looms. More>>

Federal workers caught in the middle of partisan politics

Time is running out for members of Congress to keep the Government open. 

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Lubbock Democrats host statewide candidates

The Lubbock County Democrats introduced statewide candidates at the Overton Hotel Friday. 

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Local businessman announces run for LISD school board

Lubbock businessman Ryan Curry is running for Lubbock ISD school board. 

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Dem candidate calls state GOP property tax plans 'bogus'

The Democratic candidate for House District 83 said his Republican opponent and the governor's plan to reduce property taxes is bogus.

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Early Learning Centers receives $145,000 grant to assist with childcare fees

Early Learning Centers of Lubbock, Inc. has received a $145,000 grant from the CH Foundation to assist with childcare fees. 

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Mayor Pope files for reelection

Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope has filed for re-election. 

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Lubbock ISD board president won't seek reelection

Lubbock ISD Board President James Arnold will not seek reelection.  

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20 water wells contaminated at former Reese Air Force Base

A comprehensive Air Force site inspection at the former Reese Air Force Base, Texas, has identified 19 private drinking water wells and one public water well with levels of some perfluorinated compounds at or above an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) health advisory and/or Texas protective concentration levels.

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Judge orders sweeping changes to Texas foster care system

DALLAS (AP) - A judge has ordered Texas to make sweeping changes to its foster care system two years after she found it unconstitutionally broken.  

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Clues sought in copter crash that killed Zimbabwean leader

A 911 recording indicates Zimbabwe opposition leader Roy Bennett was injured but still alive as authorities tried to determine the location of a fiery New Mexico helicopter crash that ultimately killed him, his wife, Heather, and three others.

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Friday, Wine Day! Video included

Mary Wilmeth from The Triple D Winery and Restaurant brought a red Zinfandel this morning!

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Look Around Lubbock: 2018 Business Expo Video included

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is excited to kick off 2018 with the largest business to business tradeshow on the South Plains. The Business Expo, presented by American National Bank, is an annual event that will be held on Friday, January 19 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. With an overwhelming demand for a new...

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UPDATED: Names released in deadly motorcycle-pedestrian crash on 50th Street

Lubbock Police have identified a pedestrian killed near 50th Street and University Avenue Thursday evening.

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No burn ban for Lubbock County

Lubbock Office of Emergency Management in coordination with the Lubbock County Volunteer Firefighter Association and Lubbock County Commissioners, have made the determination that at the present time No Burn Ban is needed for the unincorporated areas of Lubbock County. 

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Motorcycle crash at 66th and Milwaukee, driver hospitalized

A crash at 66th Street and Milwaukee Avenue Thursday night put a motorcyclist in the hospital. 

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What's happening this weekend, Jan. 18-21 Video included

Check out what's happening this weekend in the Lubbock Cultural District

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Catholic Diocese of Lubbock implements new safety guidelines for parishes Video included

Following the church massacre in Sutherland Springs there's a lot of concern about safety in houses of worship, that's shared by parishioners in Lubbock's Catholic Diocese. Preventing tragedy has prompted faith leaders to revamp their emergency plan. 

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LPD retires officer dedicated to public service Video included

After nearly three decades Lt. Mike Steen has hung up his badge.  Being a policeman is something he always wanted to do. "When I was younger I wasn't a good kid I had some problems," Lt. Steen said. "I wound up in juvenile hall a few times and so I had the opportunity to meet some officers. One of them actually in particular stuck out and he talked to me for quite a while and I think he was my turning point and I think he's what turned me around and so I alw...

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Probation for man who seriously injured 6 people in crash

A Lubbock man gets ten years probation after pleading guilty to two aggravated assault charges. 

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Still no verdict on future of Lubbock's electricity source Video included

The second and final day of deliberations for the Public Utility Commission comes to a close with still no verdict on the future of Lubbock's electricity source. 

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Texas Tech adds more security cameras to improve campus safety Video included

There are more security cameras on the Texas Tech campus. 

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Texas special education fix calls for more staff, training

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas has unveiled an initial draft of how it will overhaul special education after federal officials found that the state for years illegally denied services to students with disabilities.    

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Limited lighting along Ave. Q next week

LUBBOCK – Motorists traveling on Business US 84 (Avenue Q) in Lubbock next week will see limited lighting between 38th and 50th Streets as the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) continues work on a $1.2 million project to update the lighting along the roadway. 

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Some Texas districts cancel classes due to flu, illness

DALLAS (AP) - Some Texas school districts have canceled classes because of high numbers of students and staff experiencing illnesses including the flu.    

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Police looking for Nothin' Butt Smokes robbery suspect

On Dec. 24 a man covering his face and armed with a handgun robbed the Nothin' Butt Smokes at 3002 34th Street. 

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Fat-shrinking drug in research phase

The drug most of us have been waiting for may soon be here. 

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Eppler: "Shape of Water" is the deep end of monster movies Video included

"The Shape of Water" is a science fiction fairy tale that may be a heavy Oscar contender. FOX34's James Eppler has the review.

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Look Around Lubbock: 6th Annual Women's Health Seminar Video included

The Inside Out Foundation presents the 6th Annual Women's Health Seminar on January 20. The focus of this year's event is pelvic health and balance. There will be a Lite breakfast by Freshii, vendor booths, door prizes and three professionals speaking...

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Asian shares advance after Wall Street rally; eyes on China

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U.S. stocks are edging higher in early trading, recouping some of the market's losses from a day earlier. More>>

Destination Raiderland: A new agreement signed by TTU and SPC designated to assist transfer students Video included

Many high school graduates struggle with this decision of whether to pursue a four year degree from the get go or attend community college and see where it leads key to the consideration are finances and academics. A new strategic collaboration between South Plains College and Texas Tech will give students a smart option. 

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Big changes coming to your Facebook feed Video included

Facebook has launched a plan called "Closer Together" that will encourage meaningful interactions and less content from publishers and businesses. 

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City reps make the case for ERCOT move in Austin Video included

Members of Lubbock City Council, city staffers, representatives from the Southwest Power Pool and a slew of other Texas power companies met in Austin Wednesday to argue the case for and against Lubbock Power and Light integrating its power supply with the Electric Reliability Council of Texas. 

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No injuries reported after SUV plows into house

No one's hurt after a gray SUV plows through two fences and into a house near 82nd and Aberdeen. 

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Lubbock man in custody after evading troopers from Tahoka to Plainview

A Lubbock man who evaded state troopers from Tahoka to Plainview is now in custody. 

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LPD offering reward for tips leading to homicide suspect Video included

Lubbock police identify the man found dead inside a vehicle Saturday morning as Kmydron Jordan, 25.

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Seagraves under boil water notice

The emergency management dept. in Seagraves issues a boil water notice until Friday at 4 p.m.

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Texas Tech formalizes agreement with South Plains College

Texas Tech University and South Plains College signed an institution-to-institution memorandum of understanding (MOU) today (Jan. 17) to enable the success of community college transfer students.

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Look Around Lubbock: renovations at Covenant Medical Center Video included

Covenant Medical Center has completed numerous renovations.  The new areas include the new cafeteria named “Our Daily Bread,” the new endoscopy unit, physician dining room, and...

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: healthier mashed potatoes Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby gives us a healthy take on a comfort food favorite from the FOX34 Corner Kitchen.

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City Bank donates $25,000 to offset Texas Tech's fine Video included

LUBBOCK, Texas — Coming on the heels of one of the most significant victories in Texas Tech men’s basketball history, City Bank is making a $25,000 donation to the Red Raiders Athletics Department to help offset any expenses the nationally ranked team encounters during its quest for the Big 12 championship. 

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Diet deficient in iodine may lead to infertility

Nearly half of women in the U.S. have at least a mild deficiency in the nutrient iodine. 

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President Trump seeks faster internet for rural parts of country Video included

Within Lubbock City Limits most have robust internet service allowing you to stream all your shows and complete whatever business you may need to.  

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Mayor Dan Pope: Lubbock is the shining light of west Texas Video included

Mayor Dan Pope said the American dream is alive and well. He attributed it to the people, the economy, the quality of life and opportunities created through hard work in our community. 

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Frenship ISD teacher honored with appreciation award

It takes a special person to have a career in education and teachers are usually one of the most influential figures in our lives.  

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DPS reminding drivers of 'Move Over Law'

The 2003 Texas "Move Over Law" requires drivers to either slow down or change lanes when near stopped emergency vehicles. 

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Randy Christian announces candidacy for City Council Video included

Randy Christian declares his candidacy for City Council District 5. 

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Indicted Texas attorney general has war chest worth $5.7M

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Indicted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has a campaign war chest of $5.7-plus million as he seeks re-election.  

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Suspect accused of shooting man in ex-girlfriend's house indicted on murder charge

The suspect accused of killing a man in his ex-girlfriend's home last month has been indicted on a murder charge.

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High court rejects Texas Democrats' gerrymandering complaint

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal from the Texas Democratic Party charging that the Republican-controlled Legislature illegally gerrymandered the state's electoral maps.   

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Look Around Lubbock: F45 Training Video included

F45 Training is a new training technique with the most innovative, challenging and systemised team training workout. F45 offers cardio and weight-training....

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Man runs across U.S. for multiple causes Video included

For Darin Dorsett, running a marathon is a part of his daily routine as he makes his way across the U.S

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One arrested after pursuit in stolen vehicle

LSO deputies pursued a reported stolen vehicle near 48th and the Interstate.

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Heart of Lubbock garden volunteers prep for spring on day of service Video included

In honor of MLK day several organizations nationwide are using the federal holiday to volunteer in their communities.  

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Dry, windy conditions fuel more cotton fires Video included

Firefighters are having a busy day with the wind and the dry, windy conditions.

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Man dies in Monday morning crash

A man died after crashing his SUV into a tree in south Lubbock early Monday morning. 

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Big 12 reprimands WVU player, fines Texas Tech after court storming incident Video included

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia's athletic department said Sunday it is reviewing an incident in which a player is seen striking a Texas Tech fan who had joined thousands of others in a postgame celebration.

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Texas Tech holds at 8th in AP Poll

After splitting two top-10 matchups, Texas Tech remains ranked 8th in the AP Poll. 

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Eppler: Catching up on movie reviews Video included

With the holidays and Golden Globes, we've gotten a little behind on movie reviews. FOX34's James Eppler gets caught up.

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Community Foundation of West Texas announces 2018 Board of Directors

The Community Foundation of West Texas announced its 2018 Board of Directors. “We’d like to welcome our 2018 board members and executive officers, all of whom are leaders within our community, said Stephen P. Warren, Foundation President.  We are proud they have joined our group and feel confident in the oversight these gracious leaders will provide.”

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What it takes to run as an Independent candidate in West Texas Video included

The ballot is set for primaries in March and you will not see any Independent candidates.

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Keith Jackson, 89, announcer with 'Whoa, Nelly!' call, dies

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Keith Jackson, the down-home voice of college football for more than 5 decades, dies at 89. More>>

No. 8 Texas Tech tops 2nd-ranked West Virginia 72-71

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Keenan Evans scored 20 points and Brandone Francis had a career-high of 17 in the victory.

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'We made a mistake' Hawaii sends false missile alert

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Hawaii emergency management officials said a push alert that warned of an incoming ballistic missile to Hawaii on Saturday was mistake. More>>

How to prevent adolescent suicide Video included

Suicide is the second leading cause of death for ages 5 to 24 and it has parents especially concerned.

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Arrington presents flag to 4-year veteran at TTU game

Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington at the game, but not just as a fan. He presented a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol to Adam Disque, a veteran from Dyess AFB.

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Three hurt in crash on 98th Street near U.S. 87

At least three people are in the hospital after a rollover on 98th Street near U.S. 87 Friday evening.

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New federal pot policy has advocates on edge

Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo rescinding an Obama-era Policy dealing with marijuana. The Cole-Memo was a more hands off approach on pot possession and distribution where it's legal.

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Boy's Ranch receives food voucher from Farm to Fork Gastro Kitchen Video included

Farm to Fork's Gastro Kitchen issues a food voucher donation to the Texas Boys Ranch. 

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State launches commission as jails remain primary provider of mental health care

The state launches its Judicial Commission on Mental Health with a joint session of its two highest courts.

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Lubbock ISD special education program increases amid calls for reform

The U.S. Department of Education reports Texas educators are breaking federal law in the way they teach students with disabilities. 

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Tips to help avoid the flu this winter Video included

It is a pretty nasty flu season, emergency rooms are filled to the brim with sick patients and according to the CDC's latest report, the United States is in the midst of a flu epidemic. 

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Arlington MLK parade canceled after protest threat hurts funding

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - A Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in North Texas has been canceled just days after groups threatened to boycott the event because Gov. Greg Abbott was chosen as honorary grand marshal.    

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Texas father charged with murder in death of Indian orphan

DALLAS (AP) - The father of a 3-year-old girl whose body was found near their suburban Dallas home less than a year after she was adopted from an Indian orphanage has been indicted on a capital murder charge. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Disney Live Video included

DISNEY LIVE! MICKEY AND MINNIE’S DOORWAY TO MAGIC WEAVES A SPELLBINDING CELEBRATION OF MAGNIFICENT PROPORTIONS

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MLK Commemorative Council celebrates Dr. King

The Martin Luther King Commemorative Council invites the public to help celebrate the legacy of Dr. King starting on January 12-15, 2018.  

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Events planned for Winter Raider Welcome at Tech

Texas Tech is hosting dozens of events to welcome students back

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Friday, Wine Day! Video included

It's a Friday wine day and today Mary Wilmeth, owner of The Triple D Winery and Restaurant, discusses her Merlot and what to pair with it.

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Christ in the Arts, MLK celebrations this weekend Video included

Check out what's happening in the Lubbock Cultural District this weekend

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Trump denies he used vulgarity about Africa

President Trump says "this was not the language used" after reports that he referred to "s--thole" African nations in a meeting.    

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Musicians unite, play originals at singer-songwriter night Video included

Talented musicians braved the stage in Lubbock's Depot District, playing originals. This is a look at singer-songwriter night.

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Lubbock one step further in joining competitive electric retail marketplace Video included

The possibility of joining the Electric Reliability Council of Texas is becoming more of a possibility, with Lubbock City Council taking the next step.

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Texas rural healthcare receives low scores on report card Video included

Brownfield Regional Medical Center is one of many rural hospitals in Texas that has felt the effects for the Affordable Care Act. Brownfield Regional Medical Center is one of many rural hospitals in Texas that has felt the effects for the Affordable Care Act.

Rural health care in Texas received a D- in a "2017 Rural Health Report Card" by "Rural Health Quarterly." 

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The Latest: NAACP, ACLU protest Trump remark about Africa

President Donald Trump used profane language to disparage African nations in a meeting with lawmakers about a proposed bipartisan deal on immigration.   

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Lubbock ISD finalizes superintendent selection, consider 2018-19 calendar

Lubbock ISD is beginning the new year with significant changes, trying to stay ahead of the game and the calendar year. 

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Presidents of Texas Tech University, South Plains College to tour local high schools

Texas Tech University President Lawrence Schovanec and South Plains College President Robin Satterwhite are teaming up on a tour of West Texas to bring awareness and opportunity to local high school students. 

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Xcel Energy assisting Puerto Rico with ongoing power outages after Maria

A request was sent out to the Xcel Energy to assist ongoing power outages in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria made landfall.  

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Victim stabbed 23 times feet away from her young child Video included

Twenty three times. Texas Rangers report a capital murder suspect stabbed his victim 23 times feet away from her three year old son.

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City Council approves resolution supporting competitive electric market

On Thursday, January 11, the Lubbock City Council approved Resolution 2018-R0001 that supports the City’s effort to join the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT). 

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Suspect surrenders peacefully after disturbance call

Police have arrested a man in response to a disturbance call at the Saddlewood Apartments near 71st and Utica.  

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Feds say Texas failed to properly educate disabled students

The U.S. Department of Education says Texas for years violated federal law by denying students with disabilities access to proper public education.    

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First Look: Five movies open in Lubbock this weekend Video included

A handful of new movies open in Lubbock theaters this weekend including two on the Oscars radar. FOX34's James Eppler has the rundown

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Look Around Lubbock: Local Girl Scouts open cookie sales this weekend Video included

World’s Largest Girl-Led Business Kicks Off at Cookies NOW! Lubbock ...

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Which diets are the best?

If dieting is one of your new year resolutions, how do you know which one to choose? It seems like there's always a new diet trend popping up and to help narrow down some of the choices.

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UPDATED: Man's body found in trailer, police investigating Video included

Investigators found a man's body in a camper trailer in north Lubbock, near Dartmouth and North Elgin, around 6 p.m. Wednesday.

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Fighting fires, saving lives Video included

Lubbock Fire Rescue staffs 19 stations across town. You see crews around town, at scheduled trainings and meetings, or blasting past you with lights and sirens, en route to what could be a life or death situation.

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Lubbock law enforcement receives grant for new body armor Video included

On National Law Enforcement Day Gov. Greg Abbott announced state grants to help protect officers. 

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Boren launches campaign for Lubbock County judge Video included

Former Lubbock city councilman Gary Boren is running to replace Tom Head as Lubbock County judge.

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Man gets 12 years for robbing woman at gunpoint Video included

Ramiro Sistos, Jr., 37, confronted Kathie Orser outside her home in October 2016.

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More details released in NW Lubbock SWAT standoff

The man arrested in Monday night's SWAT confrontation threatened at least two people with a gun after firing shots into the air, according to Lubbock Police.

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Junked vehicles continue to be a problem in Lubbock Video included

Dealing with junked and abandoned vehicles within city limits is a constant for code enforcers. Any vehicle on private property that may be inoperable with an expired registration, wrecked, dismantled or discarded and has not been moved for more than thirty days is considered a junk vehicle. 

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Two charged in restaurant robbery

Lubbock Police have arrested two men for robbing Logan's Roadhouse in November.

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Man jailed, accused of pointing gun at Plainview detective

A man is jailed facing multiple charges after police say he pointed a gun at a detective in Plainview. 

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Volunteers to be honored at United Way Annual Meeting

Douglas and Kay Sanford will be presented with the Rita Harmon Volunteer Service Award.

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Serrano pleads to 2014 murder, gets 25 years Video included

A man has pleaded guilty to a murder in south Lubbock in July 2014.

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Lubbock High football coach, athletic coordinator resigns

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Lubbock High football coach and athletic coordinator Jason Strunk has resigned. 

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Zoning board approves senior living center in Guadalupe neighborhood Video included

There's a lot of contention over proposed developments in the Guadalupe neighborhood in northeast Lubbock.

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Making end-of-life plans easier Video included

Many families wait until its too late to have what's probably the most difficult conversation of a lifetime: end-of-life care and planning.

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City of Lubbock offices close for MLK

City of Lubbock offices will be closed Monday, January 15 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Regular business hours will resume on Tuesday, January 16.

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Little damage as mag 7.6 quake hits in sea north of Honduras

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Judge blocks President Trump's decision on DACA

Late last night, a judge temporarily blocked President Trump's decision to end the DACA program. The "deferred action for childhood arrivals" program  protects immigrants who arrived to the US as children from deportation. The move means the program will stay in effect for the time being.    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is suggesting that an immigration deal could be tackled in two phases - first by taking care of the so-called Dreamers ...

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: zesty noodle soup Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a healthy zesty noodle or zoodle (zucchini noodle) soup from the FOX34 Corner Kitchen. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Lubbock Panic Room Video included

Lubbock Panic Room is a puzzle experience for all ages. It's not scary, it's puzzles, problem-solving and using...

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Red Raiders fall to Oklahoma 75-65

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NORMAN, Okla. --  Trae Young scored 22 of his 27 points in the second half to help No. 9 Oklahoma beat No. 8 Texas Tech 75-65 on Tuesday night. Young, a freshman point guard who leads the nation in scoring and assists, made just 1 of 12 shots in the first half. He drained 6 of 11 in the second to help the Sooners bounce back from a loss to No. 2 West Virginia on Saturday. Young also had nine assists and four steals for Oklahoma (13-2, 3-1 Big 12), which won its 11th s...

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Lubbock DACA recipient likely to be deported if no compromise in D.C. Video included

Lawmakers are in negotiations on Capitol Hill trying to find a compromise on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program. 

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Fire crews extinguish blaze near Mackenzie Park Video included

With all the wind we're expecting Wednesday, Lubbock Fire rescue urges you to please not burn anything outside.

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20-year-old indicted for aggravated robbery

The grand jury indicted 20-year-old Jose Villegas on a charge of aggravated robbery.

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Man indicted after Sonic Drive-In robbery

Grand jurors true bill 26-year-old Joe Garcia for aggravated robbery. Investigators say he was involved in robbing the Sonic Drive-In at 72nd and Quaker. 

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Grand Jury indicts man in connection to bicyclist's death

The Lubbock Grand Jury indicts a man on two counts related to the death of a bicyclist on the South Loop near University.

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StarCare treats local officers for Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

StarCare Specialty Health System staff served donuts to more than 460 law enforcement officers at the Lubbock Sheriff’s Office, Lubbock Police Department and Texas Tech University Police Department for Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. 

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County raises readiness level ahead of critical fire weather conditions

Due to the Critical fire weather conditions being forecast over the South Plains and Lubbock County for January 10, 2018. 

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UPDATE: Four teens injured in crash on 114th Street

Four teenagers were hurt in a crash on 114th Street east of Indiana Monday evening.

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UPDATE: Standoff in NW Lubbock ends

Lubbock police are involved in a standoff situation with a man who's barricaded himself inside a northwest Lubbock home. 

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Look Around Lubbock: tone up Tuesday at Bodyworks Video included

The experts at Bodyworks can help find ways to get a quick but effective workout in, even when you're on the go. Bodyworks also offers a variety of classes, personal training and equipment for people to reach their fitness needs...

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Rep. Arrington: 'Cotton fix is one step from becoming reality' Video included

Growing conditions are not always favorable. And currently, producers are experiencing the steepest decline in cotton prices since the Great Depression.

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Flu season leaves hospitals full Video included

With flu season in full bloom, hospitals in our area are filling up. Doctor Michael Chamales said he started seeing an increase in patients right before Christmas, but does not expect that number to go down anytime soon. 

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Leach suit accuses Texas Tech of withholding public records Video included

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The lawsuit accuses the University of withholding public records regarding the controversial firing of Mike Leach, which includes communications of the Board of Regents and former Chancellor Kent Hance.

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LPD looking for suspect who robbed bank inside Wal-Mart

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Investigators say a shots fired call at the Civic Center preceded a bank robbery. 

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Police: Journalist's medication caused confusion

Police in Houston say a passer-by contacted authorities after spotting a missing sports journalist underneath a highway overpass.
 

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Sheriff looking for courthouse vandal

The Lubbock Sheriff’s Office is reaching out to the public for any information as to the identity of this individual as he has become a person of interest in the overnight vandalism of the Lubbock County Courthouse on or about December 17, 2017. 

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Texas Tech Basketball ranked 8th; 2 top-10 matchups this week

This is the highest ranking for the Red Raiders since 1996. But it's still early in conference play, with two top-10 matchups this week. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Archery Shack Video included

Archery Shack is the only full service pro shop in Lubbock, Texas. It opened in April of 2016. Customers can receive minor tune-ups, adjustments, major repairs, as well as custom built arrows and strings. There is a 30 yard indoor range, and private lessons are available to accommodate archers from beginner to...

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Trump seeks $18 billion to extend border wall over 10 years

The Trump administration has proposed spending $18 billion over 10 years to significantly extend the border wall with Mexico.    

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Police: Pledges burned, hazed at since-closed fraternity

A police report shows pledges at a Texas Christian University fraternity underwent hazing that included being burnt with lighters, blindfolded and locked in closets.   

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Local teen finds strength through music during cancer

A local teen finds strength through music during cancer. It's this edition of Covenant Children's Stories of Strength.

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Free workshop to prevent suicide

FREE TO THE PUBLIC Preventing Adolescent Suicide Workshop Saturday, January 13, 9:30 a.m. to Noon 

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Friday Wine Day kicks off on GDL Video included

It's not just a beverage. It's an experience. This is the first installment of a brand new series for Good Day Lubbock, Friday Wine Day, every Friday at 8:15 am. 

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Look Around Lubbock: eating healthier in the new year

Market Street is hosting a 28-day challenge with swaps and solutions for you to eat healthier in the new year. 

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Texas man who took girls says he found mom dead

An affidavit in the kidnapping charge against a Texas man wanted for questioning in the death of a woman and the abduction of her two daughters says he texted his mother to say he found the woman dead.    

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UPDATED: Pedestrian killed trying to cross U.S. 87

A pedestrian is dead after a crash on US 87 south of 98th street. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Consider it Done Video included

For more information or referrals, contact Lori Martinez. 806.759.7689 lori@consideritdonetexas.com Organizing your home or office can seem like a daunting task. Whether you've just...

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Trump signs order disbanding voter fraud commission

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order disbanding his voter fraud commission.  

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Manafort sues Mueller, Justice Department over Russia probe

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Red Raider Recap: No. 18 Tech 85, No. 10 Kansas 73

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Texas prison officials monitoring inmate hunger strike

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  • Jordan urges Pence to 'rebuild trust' after Jerusalem pivot

    Jordan urges Pence to 'rebuild trust' after Jerusalem pivot

    Monday, January 22 2018 1:20 AM EST2018-01-22 06:20:26 GMT
    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is defending President Donald Trump's move to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel, a decision that has touched off uneasiness among Arab nations on his first tour of the region.
    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is defending President Donald Trump's move to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel, a decision that has touched off uneasiness among Arab nations on his first tour of the region.
  • S. Koreans burn Kim's photo as N. Korean band leader passes

    S. Koreans burn Kim's photo as N. Korean band leader passes

    Monday, January 22 2018 1:20 AM EST2018-01-22 06:20:24 GMT
    Dozens of conservative activists have attempted to burn a large photo of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a high-profile North Korean delegation passed by them at a Seoul railway station.
    Dozens of conservative activists have attempted to burn a large photo of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a high-profile North Korean delegation passed by them at a Seoul railway station.
  • Women's marches organizers hope to keep building momentum

    Women's marches organizers hope to keep building momentum

    Monday, January 22 2018 1:20 AM EST2018-01-22 06:20:02 GMT
    Thousands of people poured into a football stadium in Las Vegas on the anniversary of women's marches around the world, capping off a weekend of global demonstrations for equality, justice and an end to sexual...
    Thousands of people poured into a football stadium in Las Vegas on the anniversary of women's marches around the world, capping off a weekend of global demonstrations for equality, justice and an end to sexual harassment.
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