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Man seriously injured in NW Lubbock disturbance, police searching for suspects

A man has serious, possibly life-threatening injuries after being shot or stabbed in northwest Lubbock.

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9 suspects arrested in Lubbock, as part of nationwide sex trafficking sting Video included

LPD reports its special operations division played an enforcement role in a national sting operation targeting sex trafficking.  

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Hands-on safety training program aims to prevent natural gas incidents

Understanding the safety protocols to take before conducting any excavating practices is key. 

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Lubbock Peace Rally held at Mackenzie Park Video included

It's Lubbock's first-ever concert for peace held at Mackenzie park. 

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Caraway announces candidacy for Pct. 4 commissioner Video included

T.G. Caraway announces he is running for Lubbock County Commissioner Precinct 4. 

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Texas Tech Alumni Association unveils new logo, marketing campaign

Texas Tech Alumni Association is revealing a new look. 

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Texas man receives probation for sexual assault of kids' mother

A central Texas man accused of brutally raping and beating the mother of his children was sentenced to probation.  

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VERDICT: Post mom found guilty of murdering her 22-month-old Video included

A Post mother has been found guilty in the capital murder of her 22-month-old daughter.

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Warm and breezy Saturday, cooler Sunday Video included

The wind will kick up Saturday, ahead of the next cold front. It looks like late next week may turn quite a bit colder.

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Principal named at Lubbock-Cooper's new elementary school

LCISD board of trustees names Candice Cross the principal of Lubbock-Cooper East Elementary, set to open in August 2018.  

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FOX34 Football Friday: Monterey High School Video included

There's a crosstown showdown tonight in Lubbock. Monterey plays Coronado in a rivalry game at 7:30 p.m. at Plains Capital Park. 

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Tech production sets Shakespeare in Civil War era Video included

Texas Tech's production of Shakespeare's comedy, "Much Ado About Nothing," comes with a twist through its setting and interpretation. FOX34's James Eppler has the preview.

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WATCH: Interview with Congressman Arrington Video included

Congressman Jodey Arrington discussed the tax code, health care and medical subsidies in our studio. Click the video above to watch. 

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Texas Tech police answered gunfire call prior to shooting Video included

Authorities say a police report of a gun being fired in a dorm room and the sale of drugs brought Texas Tech officers to the room before they arrested a student accused of later killing one of the officers.    

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Parker takes oath of office for 7th Court of Appeals

Seventh Court of Appeals Justice Judy Parker takes the oath of office. 

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Democratic candidate announces end to District 19 campaign

Dan Epstein announces he is no longer running as a Democrat candidate for U.S. House District 19.  

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Few sprinkles tonight, warm next few days Video included

A few light showers are possible this evening through Friday morning, but it'll be light. Click for your updated forecast here in the FOX34 Weather Blog.

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Motorcyclist seriously injured in crash on Slaton Road

On Thursday, October 19th, at 9:54 a.m., Lubbock Police Officers responded to the 600 block of Slaton Road in the west bound access road following reports of a single motorcycle crash. 

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Farm worker receives life-saving amputation after legs crushed in grain auger Video included

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A farm accident between Plainview and Floydada led to life-saving measures by an emergency rescue and trauma team Tuesday (October 17th). 

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Brain may know when you're dead

Scientists say the mind still works after the body shows no signs of life. 

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Syphilis alert issued for Lubbock County

PUBLIC HEALTH ADVISORY: SYPHILIS The Texas Department of State Health Services has issued a Syphilis Alert for Lubbock County. 

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Mother upset at Roosevelt ISD after son is bruised from paddling Video included

Michelle Decker said her son came home from Roosevelt Middle School Monday with bruises on his rear-end after the principal swatted him for disrespecting and not obeying commands by a teacher.  

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Look Around Lubbock: 9th Annual Pumpkin Trail Video included

Parks and Recreation will host the 9th Annual Pumpkin Trail from October 19-22, 2017, in the Lubbock Memorial Arboretum in Clapp Park. In addition to the carved jack-o-lanterns along the trail, there will be over 35 displays hosted by local businesses and civic groups that will lead participants around the trail.

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INTERVIEW: Lubbock mayor on ERCOT, community policing, Coliseum Video included

Lubbock mayor Dan Pope, a guest on the News@Nine Wednesday night, said the city is still a few years away from seeing returns on its work to partner with the Electric Reliability Council of Texas. 

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3,000 area high school students attend South Plains Career Expo

More than 3,000 area high school students experienced hands on interactive booths at the 2017 South Plains Career Expo presented by Workforce Solutions. 

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Chamber hosts annual Harvest Lunch

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce gave ag producers a break from the fields with its annual Harvest Lunch. 

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Spirit of Children program brings Halloween to kids at Covenant

Children and their families at Covenant Children's are celebrating Halloween early this year with costumes games and crafts. 

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Slaton ISD teacher receives $25,000 Milken Educator Award

The audience jumped for joy at Slaton Junior High School, where master teacher Katie Negen became the first educator in the district to receive the Milken Educator Award. The honor comes with an unrestricted $25,000 cash prize. 

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INTERVIEW: Lt. Governor Candidate Mike Collier Video included

Lt. Governor candidate Mike Collier says he's Dan Patrick's "worst nightmare." More>>

Texas Tech Vietnam Archive renamed to honor war veteran

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The Texas Tech University Vietnam Archive was renamed the Sam Johnson Vietnam Archive today (Oct. 18) in honor of the U.S. Congressman who has worked tirelessly to benefit troops and veterans since his own 29-year career in the U.S. Air Force. 

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Texas cities woo Amazon with diversity, arts, sunshine

Economic incentives are expected to be major selling points for a number of Texas cities making pitches to Amazon for the Seattle-based company's second headquarters and the estimated 50,000 jobs that would come with it.   

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Risk of cancer can be reduced by weight loss surgery

Weight-loss surgery could help some severely obese people reduce their risk for cancer by at least 33 percent, a new study suggests. 

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: baked eggs with mushrooms and parmesan Video included

Dietitian Brenda Duby shares an immune boosting recipe using eggs and mushrooms. 

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Look Around Lubbock: 15th Annual Antique Tractor & Engine Show Video included

South Plains Antique Tractor Association is hosting the 15th Annual Antique Tractor and Engine Show at the Bayer Museum of Agriculture on October 21 & 22. Admission is free...

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West Virginia man fired for racist message to Texas Tech football player Video included

This is either a case of mistaken identity or instant karma.   

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Fundraising effort underway for Lubbock Purple Heart memorial Video included

Lubbock's Military Order of the Purple Heart is fundraising for a new memorial that will honor area Purple Heart recipients and Gold Star families.

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Rep. Jodey Arrington addresses timely issues during town hall Video included

Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington hosted a "Dialogue with the District" forum which provided an opportunity for anyone to ask questions. He faced constituent's issues, ranging from health care and tax form to Second Amendment protections.  

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Money Matters: Financial smartphone apps are great tools for money management Video included

Your smartphone is a great tool with apps that can help your with everything from budgeting to bill paying.

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LSO: Suspect arrested after evading deputies in stolen vehicle

Deputies arrested a man Tuesday morning after receiving a call about a stolen vehicle.  

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Even warmer tomorrow, fairly quiet pattern into next week Video included

There are a few chances for storms in the 7-day, but it's not a good chance any time next 10 days. Get the complete forecast here in the FOX34 Weather Blog.

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Texas Tech Alumni Association partners with local business for Officer East Memorial Fund

Red Raider-owned Diablo Paddlesports has donated one of their kayaks to be raffled by the Texas Tech Alumni Association. 

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WATCH: Public memorial service for Texas Tech Officer Floyd East, Jr.

WATCH: A public memorial in El Paso for fallen Texas Tech officer, Floyd East, Jr. 

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Church arson suspect burned American flag in the sanctuary

Fingerprints found at St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church where an American flag was set on fire inside the sanctuary led investigators to a homeless suspect, who is now charged with arson of a place of worship. 

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Solid waste rates in City of Lubbock increased Oct. 1

As of October 1, 2017 the City of Lubbock has adjusted its solid waste rate structure. 

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Free vaccine clinic

You can get a free flu shot tomorrow, and several other days throughout the season. The free clinic is partnering with the Lubbock Health Department to offer free vaccines to prevent several other conditions too. 

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West Texas Walk of Fame ceremony set for Thursday

Civic Lubbock, Inc. will induct three into the West Texas Walk of Fame in a ceremony at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center at 7 p.m. Thursday. 

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Look Around Lubbock: TTU Spirit Program Video included

The Texas Tech Spirit Squads lead the fans during football, basketball and volleyball games. They are ambassadors of athletic events and...

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Lubbock in bidding for 2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games Video included

Lubbock is in the bidding for the 2022 Can-Am Police Fire Games. It brings together first responders from the United States and Canada. 

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Harvey Weinstein scandal prompts narrative for assault victims Video included

The list continues to grow. More than 30 women now claim Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted to harassed them over his career. There is a nationwide movement starting on social media against the film producer and former studio executive.  

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Texas Tech Homecoming 2017 events

Texas Tech Prepares for Homecoming Week Before Game Against Iowa State 

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Arrington hosting forum in Lubbock Tuesday

Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington wants to hear from you in a "Dialogue with the District" meeting Tuesday. 

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School of Theatre and Dance choreographs performance honoring Tech officer Video included

Paying tribute to Officer East, Texas Tech's School of Theatre and Dance with a performance also honoring his colleagues at Tech PD. 

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Man's body discovered in Hockley County

Hockley County deputies are investigating what they call an unattended death near Tiger and Quail roads in Ropesville 

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Trial begins for Post woman accused of killing her 22-month-old Video included

The capital murder trial for a mother accused of killing her 22-month-old daughter is underway in Post. 

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Traffic at MLK and 4th detoured due to water line rupture

City of Lubbock Pipeline Maintenance Crews are working to repair a ruptured water line at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and 4th Street, just south of Parkway Drive. 

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Quiet, sunny weather all week Video included

It'll be cool tonight, with warmer afternoons to follow. Rain is possible this weekend. Get the updated forecast here in the FOX34 Weather Blog.

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DPS to conduct administrative review following Texas Tech shooting

Texas Tech will review policies and procedures of the police department following the shooting death of Officer Floyd East, Jr.

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Family of accused Texas Tech shooter releases statement Video included

This is first public statement from the family since the shooting death of Texas Tech police officer Floyd East Jr. last week.

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UPDATE: Suspect, victim identified from La Quinta stabbing Video included

A knife attack Sunday evening leaves a victim with multiple stabbings.

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Eppler: 'Marston' is the real 'Wonder Woman' origin story Video included

You may not look at Wonder Woman the same way again after seeing "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women." FOX34's James Eppler has the review

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Obesity among U.S. adults now at 40%

Four out of ten adults in the U.S. are now obese. New numbers from the CDC are taking a closer look at the obesity epidemic, finding nearly 40% of adults and nearly 20% of kids 2-19 meet the clinical definition of obesity. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Goin' Band from Raiderland Video included

The Goin' Band from Raiderland is preparing for it's 2017 homecoming show which will be at halftime at the Texas Tech vs. Iowa State on Saturday, October 21. 

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Amidst nation-wide criticism, local Boy Scouts branch sees support Video included

It is a decision not everyone is happy about. The Boy Scouts of America announced girls will be allowed in the century-old organization. While co-ed scouts is common world-wide, the inclusion faces criticism.

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No. 24 Texas Tech falls on the road to West Virginia 46-35

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Nic Shimonek threw four first-half TD passes for Texas Tech

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Funeral procession draws support for fallen TTPD officer Video included

Citizens paid their respects for the Texas Tech officer who was killed this week. Lubbock Police Department, Lubbock Sheriff's Office, Department of Public Safety and surrounding agencies took part in the procession. 

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Funeral plans announced for slain Texas Tech officer Video included

The funeral procession for Officer Floyd East Jr. will be held on Saturday (Oct. 14).

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Diocese of Lubbock Bishop reflects on year since appointment Video included

It has been a year of service for Bishop Robert Coerver on the South Plains. In November, he was ordained and became the third Bishop of the Diocese of Lubbock.

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Red Raiders to honor Officer Floyd East Jr. at upcoming games Video included

Texas Tech Athletics announced plans Friday to honor the memory of Officer Floyd East Jr., whose life was taken suddenly Monday night while serving as a member of the campus police department. 

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Deadly September hit-and-run remains unsolved

Accident Investigators with the Lubbock Police Department continue their search for a dark colored passenger car that struck a pedestrian in the early morning hours of September 17th. 

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SERVPRO® hosting Fire Safety Extravaganza Saturday

SERVPRO will be hosting a Fire Safety Extravaganza Saturday to close out Fire Safety Week.  

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Lubbock man arrested near Dallas on murder, drug charges Video included

Lubbock Police Detectives have canceled the attempt to locate on 45-year-old Tracy Lynn Ware. Ware was wanted in connection with the murder of 49-year-old Anthony Domingo on September 2nd, 2017.

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Texas Tech students share their experience during the campus-wide lock down Video included

You can't be fully prepared for the unexpected, but having a plan in place can mitigate casualties and tragedies. 

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Littlefield man sentenced to more than 33 years in federal prison

Arnoldo Mendoza Lepez, 45, of Littlefield, Texas, was sentenced this morning before Senior U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 405 months in federal prison following his guilty plea to his role in a methamphetamine distribution conspiracy, announced U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas.  

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Public's help needed to find man possibly exposed to rabies

The City of Lubbock Health Department and City of Lubbock Animal Services are asking the public to help identify an adult male who may have been exposed to a rabid bat. 

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Dancing for your body and your brain

Dancing may be the secret to staying mentally young. Dance classes beat out traditional exercise when it comes to improving the balance of older adults, according to some research and it may also enhance brain areas related to memory and learning. 

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Six new movies open in Lubbock this weekend Video included

Several of the six new movies opening in Lubbock theaters this weekend are telling true stories. FOX34's James Eppler has the rundown

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FOX34 Football Friday: Slaton High School Video included

The Slaton varsity football team has a home conference game against Muleshoe on Friday, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m.

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Instacart launches same-day grocery delivery service in Lubbock Video included

Lubbock area residents can now order from their favorite retailers like Food King, Costco, CVS, Natural Grocers and United Supermarkets, and have their groceries and everyday essentials delivered straight to their doorsteps in as little as one hour. 

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IRS warns tax professionals and their clients of new scams

The Internal Revenue Service today alerted tax professionals and their clients to a fake insurance tax form scam that is being used to access annuity and life insurance accounts. 

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City Council mulls over new emergency notification system Video included

The City Council is considering an adoption of a new emergency management notification system called LBK Alert. 

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Citywide recycling in Lubbock? Not yet. Video included

Recycling in Lubbock is on the rise, but there is a long way to go. 

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Lyle Lovett makes visit to Texas Tech Video included

Iconic singer, songwriter, composer, and actor Lyle Lovett in town for the Presidential Lecture & Performance Series. 

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FBI seeks 'Country Boy Bandits' in Metroplex robberies

FBI Dallas continues to seek the public’s assistance in identifying unknown individuals dubbed the “Country Boy Bandits” and their getaway driver, who are believed to be responsible for bank and convenience store robberies in White Settlement, Grapevine, and Fort Worth, Texas between June and September 2017. 

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NEW: LPD Chief provides more details into murder of Texas Tech officer Video included

The Lubbock Police Department is leading the investigation into the murder of Texas Tech Police Officer Floyd East Jr., while the Tech PD is handling the investigation and review of its procedures.

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LGBTQIA members say Texas Tech a more inclusive campus Video included

LGBTQIA Office Adminstrator Jody Randall said in her short ten months here at Texas Tech, she's been focused on campus inclusivity.

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Breakthrough in potential birth control pill for men

Men may soon be the ones taking the pill. Scientists say they may have uncovered a key to developing such a drug. 

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Tech psychologist discusses importance of counseling after campus shooting Video included

When it comes to tragedies like the deadly shooting at Texas Tech, it can be hard to talk about the personal impact they can have on us.

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Producers expecting high yields despite Harvey cotton crop losses Video included

It looks like it's going to be a good cotton harvest this year. 

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Pothole problems in West Lubbock rattle residents Video included

With all the rain Lubbock has received this year, potholes are forming faster than crews can repair them. 

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Meals on Wheels in need of volunteers for Easy as Pie fundraiser

Lubbock Meals on Wheels is looking for Service Groups to volunteer in local United Supermarkets during Easy as Pie! 

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Thousands of Lubbock families don't have access to quality child care Video included

Four-thousand low-income children with working parents in Lubbock County do not have access to a Texas Rising Star Certified child care center. 

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Levelland woman accused of embezzling HUD money

A federal grand jury indicts a Levelland woman accused of embezzling money from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

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Memorial fund established for family of slain Texas Tech officer

Texas Tech University has established a memorial fund to support the family of Officer Floyd East Jr., whose life was taken suddenly Monday, while serving the university as a member of the campus police department. 

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Chamber of Commerce hosts Hispanic Heritage Luncheon

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce continues a yearly tradition, honoring and celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month hosting the Hispanic Heritage Luncheon.   

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Student charged with officer's murder facing federal weapons charge Video included

The 19-year-old student accused of gunning down a Texas Tech police officer is facing federal weapons charges. 

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Plainview teen charged after social media threat

Plainview ISD reports a threat was made on social media against the Plainview High School. 

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Texas Tech alumni appointed to top federal government positions

Two Texas Tech University alumni have been named to high-ranking governmental positions. 

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Animal services seeking information on abandoned rabid bat

Lubbock Animal Services needs assistance locating the person who left a bat at the South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on Thursday, October 5. 

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: Italian rice skillet Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a one pan dish that is free of the most common allergens. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Fall Tour of Homes Video included

The West Texas Home Builders Association hosts the 2017 Fall Tour of Homes October 14-15. There will be 45 homes from Lubbock builders on display from 1 to 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday. 

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Thousands honor slain Texas Tech officer Video included

The dream was quickly taken away from Texas Tech Police Officer Floyd East Jr. He always felt compelled to protect and serve.  We learned more about who he was and why Red Raiders who didn't know him attended a vigil.

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Friend of Tech's suspected shooter speaks out Video included

A close friend of Hollis Daniels said he is shocked. He knows the accused as James, an easy-going 19-year-old.  

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Kingsbury praises Texas Tech Alert System during active shooter situation Video included

The Tech Alert System is the biggest part of the university's response.

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Money Matters: 4th Annual Financial Planning Day Video included

The Financial Planning Association of West Texas is hosting it's 4th Annual Financial Planning Day, Oct. 14 from 1-4:30pm.

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Democrat declares candidacy against incumbent for Pct. 2 commissioner

County Commissioner Mark Heinrich will face a Democratic opponent in the upcoming election.     

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Student charged with capital murder of Texas Tech police officer Video included

A Texas Tech police officer has been shot and killed on campus. 

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Lubbock man dies in collision with wrecker Monday night

A Lubbock man is dead a collision in north Lubbock Monday evening.  

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Saddle Tramps wrap Will Rogers statute in black to mourn Tech police officer Video included

With the entire Texas Tech community in mourning, the Saddle Tramps wrapped the iconic Will Rogers statue black as a tribute to the fallen officer. 

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Texas Tech shooting suspect jailed Video included

A 19-year-old student is in custody after a Texas Tech police officer was shot and killed on campus. Police say Hollis A. Daniels was arrested by Lubbock police near the Lubbock Municipal Coliseum. 

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Governor issues statement following deadly Texas Tech shooting

Governor Greg Abbott issued the following statement on the shooting that occurred at Texas Tech University this evening:      

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Schovanec lauds enrollment, graduation rates during State of the University address

Recognizing Texas Tech's current strategic plan and its top priorities and goals, President Schovanec gave his annual State of the University address highlighting the university's academic achievements within the past year. 

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District 88 rep announces re-election campaign

District 88 State Rep. Ken King announces he is running for re-election. 

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UPDATE: Police: Texas girl, 3, missing after late-night punishment

A 3-year-old Texas girl is missing after her father made her stand outside in the middle of night as punishment for not drinking her milk.   

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University of Texas explores bid to manage nuclear lab

The University of Texas is among the educational and business institutions considering bids to manage Los Alamos National Laboratory.   

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Sen. Perry proud of work on Privacy Act against 'transgender social re-engineering'

"The agenda today is a takeover," Perry said, "and that's what you have to guard against." Perry said Democrats are out of touch with Senate District 28, and his comments at a Texas Values faith and family event were in line with both his beliefs and those of his constituents.

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One person dead after crash in Lynn County

One person dead after a two vehicle crash off U.S. 380 east of Tahoka Saturday night.

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Los Angeles-based technology firm to open Lubbock location

The Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) announced Hoverstate, a digital design, development and marketing agency, is expanding its operations by adding a location in downtown Lubbock. 

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Eppler: "Blade Runner 2049" a worthy sequel to an acquired taste Video included

"Blade Runner 2049" did not open strongly at the box office ($31.5 million), but FOX34's James Eppler thinks you should see it anyway.

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Look Around Lubbock: Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market Video included

The 2017 Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market is every Saturday through October 28 from 9 a.m. until vendors sell out. At the market you can find local produce, cheese, meat, dairy, baked goods and...

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Levelland man's family desperate for answers after he goes missing Video included

Levelland Police need help looking for a man who is missing. Jacob Wayne Duffee, 30, has not been seen or heard from since September 29. 

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Texas Tech's Office of LGBTQIA hosts 3rd Annual Pride Week

Hosted through the Office of LGBTQIA, Pride Week is an event dedicated to celebrating and understanding the inclusion of the LGBTQIA community.

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In Vegas, Pence praises US resolve to find hope after horror

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Billboards seeking the public's help in the investigation into the Las Vegas concert shooting will serve as a stark reminder that investigators remain stumped about the gunman's motives. More>>

Defense leads Texas Tech past Kansas, 65-19

The Texas Tech (4-1, 1-1) defense forced four turnovers as they rolled past Kansas (1-4, 0-2), 65-19. 

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"Race for the Cure" gives residents a reason to run Video included

There are more than 3.1 million women with a history of breast cancer in the U.S. The race for the cure provides a way for Lubbock residents to join cause to raise money. 

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Man cleared of killing daughter, 2, after son, 7, confesses

A capital murder charge has been dismissed against a North Texas man in the death of his 2-year-old daughter, after prosecutors learned her then-5-year-old brother said he caused her death.  

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Bergdahl expected to plead guilty, avoid trial

Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl (boh BURG'-dahl) is expected to plead guilty soon to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy rather than face trial for leaving his Afghanistan post.    

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FOX34 Football Friday: Frenship High School Video included

It's homecoming at Frenship. The Tigers play Midland on Friday, October 6 at 7:30 p.m. at Peoples Bank Stadium..

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Ryan: GOP Rep. Murphy resigning after reports of affair

GOP Rep. Tim Murphy of Pennsylvania, caught up in tawdry revelations of an extramarital affair, is resigning from Congress.    

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The Latest: NRA open to regulation of bump stocks

The National Rifle Association says the "bump stocks" device that the Las Vegas shooter used to turn semi-automatic rifles into fully automated weapons should be "subject to additional regulations." 

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University: Suspended frat made new members eat until sick

Southern Methodist University has suspended a fraternity accused of forcing new members to eat hot peppers and red onions and drink milk until they threw up.    

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Look Around Lubbock: new United Supermarkets in Northwest Lubbock Video included

The United Family is hosting a city-wide celebration with the opening of a new United Supermarkets in Northwest Lubbock tomorrow, October 6, near Shallowater at the corner of Fourth Street and Milwaukee Avenue...

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A peaceful journey with breast cancer Video included

"I found out I had breast cancer when I was sitting at a sonic," said breast cancer survivor, Patti Douglass.   That's where she got a call from her doctor.   "Oh I know what you're thinking...

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: potato sausage soup Video included

United Family Registered Dietitian, Brenda Duby, shares an easy and healthy potato soup recipe in the FOX34 Corner Kitchen.

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Look Around Lubbock: upcoming events at Science Spectrum Video included

The Science Spectrum is hosting the Creative Learners Reading Fair on Saturday, October 7 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The museum will show the film Mysteries of China in the OMNI Theater starting October 6. 

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Josh Abbott Band safe after Las Vegas shooting

Josh Abbott Band had just performed at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas hours before the mass shooting that killed at least 50 and injured more than 200. 

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Look Around Lubbock: upcoming events at Dillard's

Dillard's has two upcoming events. Wacoal Fit for the Cure on Friday, October 6 and the Luggage Trade-in event from October 5 to October 9. 

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