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Man seriously injured, 20-year-old charged with intoxication assault

A man is in the hospital with serious injuries after a crash early Sunday morning. Another driver is in custody, facing multiple charges.

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Baylor beats No. 7 Texas Tech, which loses top scorer Evans

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Terry Maston scored 24 points and Baylor beat No. 7 Texas Tech 59-57, ending the Red Raiders' seven-game winning streak. More>>

ESPN's College GameDay Heads to Lubbock

ESPN’s College GameDay will return to Lubbock for the first time since the Texas Tech-Texas football game in 2008.

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66th Annual Pancake Festival: more than just breakfast

It started as a small fundraiser in the Lubbock High cafeteria and now it's one of the largest pancake festivals in the world.  

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SNAP program could encounter drastic changes Video included

The trump administration is proposing drastic changes to the food stamp program. 

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More work to be done in fight against sexual violence Video included

One in five Americans and about half of all women have been sexually assaulted in the workplace.

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LPD academy graduates 22 new officers

You're going to see more police officers on the streets.

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Drilling to begin on new water supply well in Wolfforth

LUBBOCK TX (February 16, 2018) – Drilling will soon begin on a new municipal water supply well in Wolfforth, which will also be used to investigate the Edwards-Trinity (High Plains) and Dockum Aquifers in western Lubbock County. 

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Red Cross installing free fire alarms for Lubbock residents

The Red Cross is installing free alarms for Lubbock residents and asking for your help with donations to fund the cause.

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Trump signs bill providing more access to 911 calls

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President Donald Trump has signed a bill into law that will provide more direct access to the 911 system for callers using a multi-line telephone in an emergency. More>>

'Drag for DACA' show raises money for Dreamers Video included

To help the so-called "Dreamers" keep protections and get all the paperwork filed to do so, an organization is brought some counter-culture to the Hub City through drag.

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Lubbock Christian School senior named a National Merit Finalist

Lubbock Christian School named student, Marika Pearlmutter, as a National Merit Finalist. 

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What's happening in Lubbock this weekend, Feb. 15-18 Video included

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

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Look Around Lubbock: Sports Performance Center Video included

The Sports Performance Center is a new $48 million multi-purpose facility that will impact all 17 intercollegiate sports at Texas Tech University. Texas Tech Matador Qualifier is Friday, Feb. 16 starting at 3 p.m. For tickets and...

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5 things to know: Friday

5 things to know: Friday; Timeline released for Florida school shooting, after shootings, plenty of talk, little action, districts; "See something, say something" policies keep students safe, 'Dreamers' left in limbo as Senate rejects immigration bills, 'Drag for DACA' show raises money for Dreamers

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Districts; "See something, say something" policies keep students safe Video included

The high school shooting in Florida has schools across the country confronted with the reality of threats against their students. 

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INTERVIEW: Gary Boren for Lubbock County Judge Video included

Click to watch our interview with Lubbock County Judge candidate Gary Boren.

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LPD trains to help defuse veterans in crisis Video included

Only a select few decide to serve in the military. Those who fight, do not always come back the same. Many come back with severe trauma and anxiety that they do not know how to cope with.

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Lubbock insurance agent sentenced to life for scamming elderly clients

A Swisher County judge sentenced a former Lubbock insurance agent for scamming elderly clients.  

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Epilepsy Foundation Texas provides care to local uninsured Video included

Epilepsy Foundation Texas is providing free epileptic care to patients without insurance. 

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All Saints hosts annual President's Day assembly Video included

All Saints Episcopal second graders are showing off their presidential knowledge.

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Fantastic Teeth program provides dental kits for Lubbock ISD students

Lubbock ISD is teaching kids about dental hygiene at a young age. 

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2 Texas teenagers arrested for bringing guns to high schools

PLANO, Texas (AP) - Authorities say two Texas high school students face charges after bringing guns to campus a day after a deadly mass shooting at a school in Florida.    

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Sweetwater campuses placed on lockdown after social media threats

The middle school and high school in Sweetwater were placed on lockdown Thursday after police notified the district of a threat on social media. 

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Lawsuits challenge US cuts to anti-teen pregnancy grants

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Nine organizations covering several states have filed lawsuits seeking to reverse a decision by President Donald Trump's administration to cut short funding for teen pregnancy prevention programs.   

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Jeep hits utility pole at 50th and Quaker

Traffic is being diverted and electric crews are working to restore power at 50th and Quaker after a Jeep hit a power pole.

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Lubbock one more step closer to 2021 ERCOT transition

The commissioners of the PUCT gave instruction to PUCT staff to return at the March 8th open meeting to present a final order for their approval. 

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LPD detectives searching for suspect

(LUBBOCK, TX) – Investigators with the Lubbock Police Department Person Crimes Unit are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating a suspect who is wanted on charges of assaulting an officer.

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First Look: Black Panther, Samson Video included

Two movies about men with super powers arrive in theaters this weekend - one based on a comic book, and the other based on the Good Book. FOX34's James Eppler has the rundown

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Mugshot released of suspected Florida school gunman

Mug shot of suspected Florida school gunman released.

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Look Around Lubbock: 66th Annual Pancake Festival Video included

Lubbock, TX - Get on the Route to the 66th Annual Pancake Festival Presented by the Lubbock Lions Club WHO: The Lubbock Lions Club, founded in 1929, is the largest Lions Club in North America WHAT: 66th Annual Pancake Festival, a festive atmosphere with fabulous entertainment, melt in your mouth pancakes and activities for the entire family. Plenty of product has been ordered to fulfill the Club’s promise of “All You Can Eat.” Just imagine the size of the followin... More>>

5 things to know: Thursday

5 things to know: Thursday; Former student opens fire at Florida high school, killing 17, Lubbock police investigate child death, hit by vehicle, American hero and Medal of Honor recipient speaks in Lubbock, stolen rides are on the rise in Lubbock, President Trump speaks out on domestic violence

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INTERVIEW: Curtis Parrish for Lubbock County Judge Video included

Watch our interview with county judge candidate Curtis Parrish.

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Stolen rides are on the rise in Lubbock Video included

There was a steady rise in the number of auto thefts in the city and in Lubbock county during 2017. It's become one of the most common crimes now, the targeted vehicles are of all makes and models.

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American hero and Medal of Honor recipient speaks in Lubbock Video included

An American hero and Marine awarded the nation's highest honor who now advocates for families of service members killed in the line of duty speaks in Lubbock Wednesday. 

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H-E-B names Frenship principal as Excellence in Education award finalist

H-E-B names the principal at Frenship Middle School a finalist for its 2018 Excellence in Education award. 

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Dillard's donates $10,000 to Ronald McDonald House Charities

Dillard's donated nearly $10,000 to the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

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Trial date set for 16-year-old Clovis library shooting suspect

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The teenager accused of shooting and killing two librarians in Clovis will stand trial next year. 

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Cotton warehouse in east Lubbock catches fire again

A cotton warehouse near East 42nd Street and Locust catches fire again.

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Clovis driver killed in collision with semi

A crash on U.S. 60 near Friona kills a driver. 

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Family of 9 displaced after Shallowater house fire

Shallowater fire crews responded to a house fire in the 700 block of 16th Street.  

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Lubbock police investigate child death, hit by vehicle Video included

Officers with the Accident Investigation Unit are investigating the death of Damion Mendoza who was struck by a pickup truck around 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

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Lubbock NAACP to host banquet

Lubbock NAACP is hosting a banquet on Saturday, February 24 to celebrate its commitment to a better and fairer society. 

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Road closure for fatal crash investigation

(LUBBOCK, TX) – Today, the Lubbock Police Department will temporarily shut down the 7000 block of 4th Street to continue the investigation of the February 1st fatal hit and run crash.

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5 things to know: Wednesday

5 things to know: Wednesday; Dyess AFB set to receive B-21 Raider; part of larger upgrades to nuclear arsenal, expert says social media scare takes away from human trafficking issue, school choice advocates: choice means new opportunities, Evans, No. 7 Texas Tech top 23rd-ranked OU, Young, 88-78, Moscow still interfering in U.S. elections, top intelligence chiefs investigate

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Evans, No. 7 Texas Tech top 23rd-ranked OU, Young, 88-78

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Keenan Evans scored 26 points and No. 7 Texas Tech beat 23rd-ranked Oklahoma 88-78 on Tuesday night in Division I scoring leader Trae Young's first college game in the city where he was born. More>>

INTERVIEW: Karen Gibson for Lubbock County Judge Video included

Watch our interview with county judge candidate Karen Gibson.

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Dyess AFB set to receive B-21 Raider; part of larger upgrades to nuclear arsenal Video included

West Texas is one step closer to securing the screams of bombers for years to come.  

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Expert says social media scare takes away from human trafficking issue Video included

It is a social media post that has caught on like wild fire. It claims a religious group that preaches "God the Mother" is involved with sex trafficking and uses a bible study to lure women.

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School choice advocates: choice means new opportunities Video included

Proposition 5 will ask whether parents should have the choice to decide how their tax dollars are spent when it comes to education, it specifically include the phrase without government constraints or intrusion. 

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State Dept. sends diplomat to recruit Texas Tech students

Texas Tech celebrated "Diplomacy Day" to provide students with the opportunity to join the State Department as Consular Fellows.

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March for Babies kicks off to provide care for mothers and premature infants

More than half a million babies are born prematurely each year across the country and doctors say West Texas is making a difference in slowing it. 

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