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Tyson Isaac, 18, is charged with aggravated assault. Tyson Isaac, 18, is charged with aggravated assault.

UPDATED: Five arrested, charged in recent overnight shootings

Five people are now arrested for shootings earlier this week. Four are 18-year-olds. More>>

The Latest: Gulf incidents rattle shipping industry

(AP Photo/Richard Drew). Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif addresses the High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, at United Nations headquarters, Wednesday, July 17, 2019. (AP Photo/Richard Drew). Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif addresses the High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, at United Nations headquarters, Wednesday, July 17, 2019.
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Iran's Revolutionary Guard has released video images it claims proves that a U.S. warship did not destroy an Iranian drone near the Persian Gulf. More>>

Hot through the weekend, relief next week

It'll stay plenty hot through the weekend. But then more significant changes are in store for next week. More>>

Women's Protective Services, Habitat for Humanity to host 'Luggage and Tote Bag' drive

Women's Protective Services is in need of old luggage and tote bags. They will be used for carrying victims' and clients' belongings, when they are taken to or from WPS. More>>

How to avoid fines at city parks Video included

Breaking these rules can result in fines up to $500, an arrest, and even the impoundment of vehicles.  More>>

UPDATE: Man arrested in connection to domestic incident that left Lovington man dead

Ryan Madrid, 32, was found outside of a nearby residence with serious injuries. After LPD attempted life-saving measures, Madrid was pronounced dead at Nor-Lea Hospital District a short time later. More>>

Lubbock County Commissioner's Court agenda for July 22, 2019

On Monday, July 22, Lubbock County will hold Commissioner's Court at 10 a.m. on the fifth floor of the Lubbock County Courthouse. More>>

City of Lubbock public meetings weekly calendar July 22 - July 26

City of Lubbock public meetings weekly calendar July 22 - July 26 More>>

Big Sky Taekwondo builds champions and confidence

Big Sky Taekwondo sent six athletes to nationals. Four medaled and three are national champions. More>>

Texas Tech creates Spirit of Raiderland Committee

Texas Tech Athletics has formed the Spirit of Raiderland Committee with the charge of enhancing the gameday experience.  More>>

City of Lubbock zeroing in on its next police chief Video included

The City of Lubbock closed its application process for its chief of police position Thursday, which means prospective candidates will be narrowed down in the coming weeks.

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UPDATE: Man barricaded in apartment near 65th and Ave. P taken into custody

Near 65th & Ave. P July 19, 2019 Near 65th & Ave. P July 19, 2019

There is a heavy law enforcement presence around a home near 65th and Avenue P. You are asked to avoid the area. More>>

Salvation Army partners with Blue Sky for 'Back to School' drive

The Salvation Army is collaborating with Blue Sky Texas to help get clothes and school supplies for the kids staying in The Salvation Army Shelter. More>>

South Plains College Driving School approved as state testing site

South Plains College’s Driving School has been approved as a third party testing site by the Texas Department of Public Safety. More>>

American warship destroys Iranian drone in Strait of Hormuz

(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster). President Donald Trump speaks during a ceremony where Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte will present a 48-star flag flown on a U.S. Naval vessel during the D-Day invasion, in the East Room of the White House, Thursday, July 18,... (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster). President Donald Trump speaks during a ceremony where Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte will present a 48-star flag flown on a U.S. Naval vessel during the D-Day invasion, in the East Room of the White House, Thursday, July 18,...
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President Donald Trump says a U.S. warship destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz amid heightened tensions between the two countries. More>>

Myths and risks in app that gives you peek into older self

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A popular app that uses artificial intelligence to transform your current face into your younger and older selves is under fire for privacy concerns. More>>

House OKs $15 minimum wage, setting marker for 2020 campaign

(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik). House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Md., left, arrives for a House Democratic caucus meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, July 10, 2019. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik). House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Md., left, arrives for a House Democratic caucus meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, July 10, 2019.
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For the first time in a decade, the House is set to approve an increase in the federal minimum wage _ to $15 an hour, including for tipped workers. More>>

Photo app 'FaceApp' raises privacy concerns Video included

The photo app FaceApp has gained popularity with its aging filter, among other things. Some may think they are only uploading photos, but cybersecurity experts are sounding the alarm on the app. More>>

City representatives attend summit with the hopes of tackling chronic homelessness Video included

"We are going to have to change some of our perspectives," said Wheeler. "We are going to have to change some of our prejudices and our misconceptions about homelessness." More>>

Two New Mexico Corrections Officers hurt in inmate attack

Gabriel Sedillo, 47 Gabriel Sedillo, 47

New Mexico State Police were contacted to investigate an aggravated assault involving a corrections officer and a sergeant at the South New Mexico Correctional Facility Tuesday.  More>>

Aunt of child found dead in landfill charged

A child-endangerment charge has been filed against the aunt of an 18-month-old boy found dead in a Dallas-area landfill a day after she had reported him missing. More>>

Lubbock ISD: Funding for full-day pre-K is a game changer Video included

One of the biggest highlights of this year's Texas legislative session: School finance reform.

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Rawlings Community Center to host Totally 80's Dance Party

Rawlings Community Center will be hosting its first Totally 80's Dance Party on Friday, July 19, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. More>>

Texas leaders urge prosecutors to keep enforcing marijuana possession cases

State leaders send letter to District and County Attorneys regarding hemp and marijuana possession cases. More>>

Look Around Lubbock: Food Truck Friday with Kurbside Sweets Video included

Kurbside Sweets is a food truck that specializes in custom made ice cream sandwiches.  More>>

Jeffrey Epstein denied bail in federal case

Financier Jeffrey Epstein has been denied bail in federal case alleging he sexually abused underage girls. More>>

Sharp Academy now enrolling students in Pre-K-12th Grade

The Sharp Academy is having an open house on August 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. More>>

Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency

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The World Health Organization says the deadly Ebola outbreak in Congo is now an international health emergency after the virus spread this week to a city of 2 million people. More>>

Summer Blues: Seasonal depression affects many in warmer months Video included

It can begin in late spring or early summer. Major depression with a seasonal pattern, known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), happens more in the winter, but it can also strike in the summertime. More>>

Churches provide no legal protection for undocumented immigrants Video included

Preventing any law enforcement officer from executing a court ordered warrant could be considered harboring a fugitive. More>>

United Family begins School Supply Drive supporting local students

Starting today, the United Family is partnering with Lubbock-area school districts to host a school supply drive.  More>>

Lubbock Police Department recognizes five in Quarterly Awards Ceremony

Wednesday afternoon Lubbock police recognized five of their peers for their service during its quarterly awards ceremony. More>>

LPD announces Justice as certified therapy dog

Justice is now a certified therapy dog teaming up with other agencies in the community to provide therapy services. More>>

Look Around Lubbock: Real Texans Wear Uniforms campaign Video included

More than half of the firefighters in Texas are volunteer. Right now there is a huge need for more. More>>

LSO investigators arrest man accused of trying to kidnap 9-year-old girl

John David Martinez, 32 John David Martinez, 32

Lubbock County Sheriff's Office investigators, SWAT and the U.S. Marshals arrested a man accused of trying to kidnap a 9-year-old from a home.  More>>

House derails move to impeach Trump for insults

The House has derailed an effort by a maverick Democrat to impeach President Donald Trump because of his racial insults against four of the party's congresswomen of color.
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Women's Protective Services to host 20th annual Planting the Seeds for Change

Tickets are on sale for the Women’s Protective Services 20th Annual Hurst Benefit Drawing “Planting the Seeds for Change” Event. More>>

South Plains College Levelland to host nurses pinning on Aug. 9

South Plains College will honor 15 graduates during a pinning ceremony set for 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 9 (Friday) in the Helen DeVitt Jones Theatre. More>>

SPC Law Enforcement Program to host Auto Etching on July 24

The South Plains Auto Theft Task Force will host a free Auto Etching from 3 to 8 p.m. on July 24 (Wednesday) at the Law Enforcement Technology Building. More>>

NEW INFO: Two overnight shootings under investigation

Multiple law enforcement agencies and units are currently investigating two overnight shootings that resulted in several injuries and one death. Police believe both shootings are connected. More>>

UPDATED: 1 dead, 3 injured in overnight shooting

Police say a suspect targeted a vehicle with five men inside and fired shots into it. An 18-year-old was killed. More>>

"El Chapo" sentenced to life in prison without parole

Guzman waved to his family and placed his hand over his heart after being sentenced to life in prison. More>>

Managed Care Center closes suddenly, other providers accommodate Video included

Managed Care Center provided drug abuse treatment services for adults in the South Plains. The center closed with apparently no announcement Monday. More>>

Look Around Lubbock: Dance Warehouse Studios Video included

New student enrollment for thee 2019-2020 season at Dance Warehouse Studios begins July 24. More>>

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies at 99

John Paul Stevens, who served on the Supreme Court for nearly 35 years and became its leading liberal, has died. He was 99.
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New York murder fugitive arrested in Lubbock

Rasheed Boland, 26 Rasheed Boland, 26

After a two-year manhunt stemming from a murder in New York, Rasheed Boland, 26, was taken into custody in Lubbock on Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Investigators seeking 20-year-old suspect in Saturday murder

Hassan Abdurahman, 20 Hassan Abdurahman, 20

The Metropolitan Special Crimes Unit is searching for 20-year-old Hassan N. Abdurahman in connection to the murder of 67-year-old, Larry Fawver on July 13. More>>

Academy honors fallen officers through Shop with a Cop shopping spree

Academy Sports + Outdoors donated $500 to a first responders support organizations and gave 10 kids from the Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock a chance to spend $2,000 in gift cards.  More>>

Whataburger donates $1K to the South Plains Food Bank's GRUB Program

Whataburger provided $1,000 to help rebuild the South Plains food Bank's GRUB Farm to help in its fight against food insecurity. More>>

Rep. Arrington appointed co-chair of Ways and Means Committee Rural Task Force

Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington was appointed co-chair of the House Ways and Means Committee Rural and Underserved Communities Health Task Force Tuesday. More>>

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