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Nurse arrested in case of incapacitated woman who gave birth

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Phoenix police say a licensed practical nurse has been arrested on a charge of sexual assault in the impregnation of an incapacitated woman who gave birth last month at a long-term health care facility. More>>

FOX34 Corner Kitchen: Buffalo Kohlrabi Crumble Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby is continuing the 28 day challenge and making a dish that is almost like macaroni and cheese, but calls for kohlrabi instead of pasta. 

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Sunny and staying chilly rest of the week Video included

Light wind with more sunshine today, but temperatures will stay below average. Get the latest updated forecast in the FOX34 Weather Blog.

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Lubbock Council approves strategic water plan Video included

Lubbock City Council approved and adopted its strategic water plan. Open this story for other action from Tuesday's meeting.

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Texas legislators propose multi-billion dollar budget for public education, pay raises for teachers Video included

The Texas House is proposing a $9 billion budget for public education, while the Senate is proposing $3.7 billion for teacher pay raises, in an effort to prioritize funding for public schools across the state.  

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(14)Texas Tech drops third straight, falls at Kansas State 58-45

The Red Raiders dropped their third straight, to the red-hot Wildcats in Manhattan.

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UPDATED: LPD Chief announces victim's husband responsible for 2007 murder; suspect died year later Video included

Lubbock Police Chief Greg Stevens announced Tuesday DNA evidence has led investigators to name Selena Kuykendall's husband as the person responsible for her 2007 murder. Clarence Kuykendall died in 2008.

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Texas Tech Health Sciences Center unveils CPR kiosk

The Texas Tech Health Sciences Center unveiled a hands on CPR kiosk at the Lubbock International Airport in conjunction with the Heart Association. 

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Chancellor, President announce Distinguished Faculty Award winners

The Chancellor's Council Distinguished Teaching and Research Awards are the most prestigious honors for faculty members throughout the Texas Tech University System. 

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Lubbock Animal Shelter now known as Lubbock Animal Services

Lubbock Animal Shelter is now Lubbock Animal Services (LAS). In changing the name, it is a more educational based organization rather than an enforcement agency. 

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Lt. Gov. Patrick removes Seliger from Senate Ag Committee

Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick has removed State Senator Kel Seliger from the Senate Ag Committee, following comments Seliger made Monday on a radio program.

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Local graphic designers volunteer to help student businesses stand out

Local graphic designers lend a creative hand to students in the Lubbock Chamber Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) by developing logos and marketing materials for their new small business ventures. 

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Texas Water Development Board approves over $20 million to City of Lubbock for advanced metering project

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) today approved by resolution financial assistance in the amount of $20,635,000, consisting of a $19,635,000 loan and $1,000,000 in loan forgiveness, from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to the City of Lubbock (Lubbock County).

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The Latest: Cooper, Coogler among surprising Oscar nom snubs

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The Latest: Oscar nominations presentation by actors Kumail Nanjiani and Tracee Ellis Ross is about to begin. More>>

SUPREME COURT DECISION: Transgender military service to be limited

WASHINGTON (AP) - Supreme Court: Pentagon can move forward with plan to limit transgender military service while lawsuits continue. More>>

Look Around Lubbock: PBA Lubbock Sports Open

South Plains Lanes is hosting some of PBA’s best bowlers for the PBA Lubbock Sports Open.

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

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

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UPDATED: DNA evidence leads to break in 2007 murder Video included

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

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Muslim millennials share experiences and misconceptions of religion Video included

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 Video included

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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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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  • Royal mystery: Austrian feared kidnapped safe with family

    Royal mystery: Austrian feared kidnapped safe with family

    Wednesday, January 23 2019 10:23 AM EST2019-01-23 15:23:28 GMT
    Wednesday, January 23 2019 10:54 AM EST2019-01-23 15:54:42 GMT
    Austrian police say an 88-year-old woman with links to Austro-Hungarian nobility who was the feared victim of a brazen daytime kidnapping has surfaced unharmed at her daughter's house.
    Austrian police say an 88-year-old woman with links to Austro-Hungarian nobility who was the feared victim of a brazen daytime kidnapping has surfaced unharmed at her daughter's house.
  • The Latest: Pope announces visit to Japan in November

    The Latest: Pope announces visit to Japan in November

    Wednesday, January 23 2019 7:03 AM EST2019-01-23 12:03:06 GMT
    Wednesday, January 23 2019 10:54 AM EST2019-01-23 15:54:40 GMT
    Pope Francis says fear of migration is "making us crazy" as he begins a trip to central America amid a standoff over President Donald Trump's promised wall at the U.S.-Mexico border and a new caravan of migrants...
    Pope Francis says fear of migration is "making us crazy" as he begins a trip to central America amid a standoff over President Donald Trump's promised wall at the U.S.-Mexico border and a new caravan of migrants heading north.
  • Zimbabwe's civil servants to strike on Friday over salaries

    Zimbabwe's civil servants to strike on Friday over salaries

    Wednesday, January 23 2019 7:13 AM EST2019-01-23 12:13:09 GMT
    Wednesday, January 23 2019 10:54 AM EST2019-01-23 15:54:39 GMT
    Zimbabwe labor leader in court, charged with subversion, as lawyers allege a denial of justice.
    Zimbabwe labor leader in court, charged with subversion, as lawyers allege a denial of justice.
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