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DEVELOPING: LPD responds to disturbance near Clapp Park

Lubbock Police is currently on scene of a disturbance near Clapp Park at 40th and Avenue W.

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UPDATE: Driver dies after running into fire truck

LPD reports a driver has died after running into the side of a fire truck.

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Dogs get their "PhDog" and graduate from TTU class Video included

The Class of 2017: Norman, Eliott, Comet, Maggie, Ryan, Seth, Zeus, Sam The Class of 2017: Norman, Eliott, Comet, Maggie, Ryan, Seth, Zeus, Sam

Texas Tech students are not the only ones that graduated this weekend. Eight dogs completed TTU's "PhD program," an obedience school type class.

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One person dead after vehicle rollover in Hockley County

A man died after being ejected from his vehicle in Hockley County early this morning.

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Job market promising for December grads Video included

Nearly 3,000 Texas Tech undergraduates and graduate students walked the stage at the United Supermarkets Arena this weekend. One thing all these graduates have in common, a diploma. But for some, they are also walking away from college with the comfort of a job.  

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LPD investigating Friday night hit and run

(Press Release) Lubbock Police officers were called to East 3rd Street and Zenith Avenue, around 9:30 p.m., Friday December 15th, for reports of a body lying beside the roadway.

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Motorcycle passenger dead after Wednesday night crash

LPD reports the motorcycle passenger, Tracie Scofield, has died from her injuries.

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Republicans potentially face stiff challenge in 2018

Roy Moore has yet to concede the Alabama Senate race to Democrat Doug Jones despite losing by more than a 1.5 percent, well past the threshold of a state mandated recount. 

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The Latest: GOP tax bill guts health insurance mandate

The tax bill barreling toward a final vote in Congress guts the most unpopular "Obamacare" provision, its requirement that virtually all Americans carry health insurance or face fines.   

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VIDEO: Woman outlives terminal prognosis spreading Christmas cheer

After Vicki Laxson was told she had 18 months to live, she wanted to spend her last days giving back. 

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Frenship students rewarded for surpassing reading challenge goal

Westwind Elementary students received the gift of warmth... brand new Frenship sweatpants. 

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NICU patients get a visit from St. Nick Video included

Covenant Children's tiniest patients get a special surprise from Santa Claus. 

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District judge to weigh in on Villa Town sale

A district judge will have to weigh in on selling the Villa Town Motel near 54th and Avenue Q. 

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Board of Regents approve tuition increase for all Texas Tech institutions

Texas Tech students will soon pay more for tuition and fees. 

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Chain sued for selling gun to Texas church shooter

SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The family of three people killed in a Texas church shooting has filed a lawsuit seeking $25 million in damages against a sporting goods chain that sold two firearms to the shooter.   

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Texas officials cut toll projects from transportation plan

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas transportation officials are removing all new tollway projects from a significant 10-year construction plan, including what would have been additional toll lanes on Interstate 35 through Central Texas.

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: Christmas cookbook raises money for RMHC Video included

Dillard’s is partnering with Southern Living to again offer their Holiday Cookbook with all net proceeds to be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Southwest. 

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Cotton farmers could see help as soon as Christmas

Lubbock Rep. Jodey Arrington says producers here on the South Plains could see action on the next farm bill as early as Christmas. 

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TTU researchers study eye-tracking and effectiveness of robotic intervention Video included

A cutting edge study at Texas Tech uses eye-tracking technology and robots to help determine effective intervention for children with autism or at risk of autism.

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Sorghum crop insurance policies receive positive feedback Video included

Harvesting season for the diverse crops in our region is in the final stages amidst many ongoing changes to farm policy. Crop insurance is a hot topic especially for cotton producers, but there are also changes to sorghum policies.

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Lubbock ISD trustees approve Christmas bonuses, District of Innovation plan

Lubbock ISD employees will get a Christmas bonus. 

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TTU Board of Regents approve feasibility studies for vet, dentistry schools

Texas Tech's Board of Regents meet for the final time in 2017 this week.  

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Pedestrian killed in southwest Lubbock Co

A 22-year-old man walking in the middle of FM 179 was hit by a truck and killed Thursday morning.

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Food bank needs 28,000 more pounds to reach goal

The South Plains Food Bank needs your help stocking their shelves for the holidays. 

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Wind farm agreement highlights New Mexico businesses, labor

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The state attorney general's office and advocacy groups have brokered an agreement with a utility that's planning to build a massive wind farm near the Texas-New Mexico border to ensure New Mexico businesses and vendors will have a shot at being hired once construction begins.   

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4 suspects steal food from Sonic, flee with employee on the hood

Police are looking for four suspects accused of robbing a Sonic Drive-in then driving off with an employee on the hood, who attempted to stop them. 

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Lea County reports 14 cases of whooping cough

SANTA FE, NM -  The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) reports today 14 whooping cough cases at several Lea County schools, since November 2017, with most of the infections occurring among elementary school students. 

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Minor injuries reported in 3-vehicle crash involving school bus

A child and an adult were taken to the hospital after a three vehicle crash involving a school bus. 

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FCC votes to undo Obama-era 'net neutrality' rules

NEW YORK (AP) - The FCC votes on party lines to undo sweeping Obama-era 'net neutrality' rules that guaranteed equal access to internet.

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One person dies in SW Lubbock County crash Video included

DPS and emergency crews are working a fatal crash at 1585 and 62/82. 

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Call to return Angel Tree gifts

The Salvation Army in Lubbock needs your help! We are asking the public to please return the gifts for are Angel Tree program. 

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First Look: "Last Jedi," "Ferdinand," "Wonder Wheel" Video included

Although "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" is the most highly anticipated movie of the year, there are a couple other releases in Lubbock theaters this weekend. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Ballet Lubbock's The Nutcracker Video included

Ballet Lubbock will perform The Nutcracker presented by Market Street at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center December 14-17. This is Ballet Lubbock's 39th Nutcracker. The show runs approximately two hours including intermission. This year’s performances will feature...

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From badges to books Video included

After fighting crime for 49 years including a stint as Lubbock's police chief, Tom Nichols is following another dream of his which is to be an author. He is now finishing his sixth novel and said his law enforcement experience has helped him find success. 

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Search on for north Lubbock shooting suspect Video included

Lubbock Police detectives are looking for the gunman who shot a man near Colgate Street and North University Avenue.

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West Garza's killer sentenced to 35 years Video included

A Lubbock jury has convicted a man for killing a popular Lubbock musician.  

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'Bunderful' surprise: Covenant Children's patients get a Weinermobile visit Video included

Patients at Covenant Children's got a special thrill Wednesday seeing the Oscar Mayer Weinermobile on its Coast to Coast Weiner Roast.

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UMC providing meals for students who might go without over the break Video included

UMC is fighting food insecurity among students at Lubbock ISD.

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Memorial created for victims of Clovis library shooting

A group of non-profits in Clovis plan to create a memorial for the victims of the deadly spree shooting at the Carver Public Library in August. 

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'Tweeter Laureate' Texas judge confirmed for federal court

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A judge recognized as Texas' first "Tweeter Laureate" has been confirmed to the federal bench.   

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Missing West Texas woman found slain in dumpster, 1 arrested

ODESSA, Texas (AP) - Police say a West Texas woman reported missing has been found slain in an Odessa trash bin and her boyfriend's roommate is charged with her death.    

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Lubbock VA clinic to hold town hall

The Amarillo VA Health Care System will host a Town Hall for Veterans Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017, at the Lubbock VA Clinic, 6104 Avenue Q South Drive, at 5:30 pm. 

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Overnight shooting injures Lubbock man

Lubbock Police officers responded to a home on Bates street just after midnight, after a man called 9-1-1 stating he had been shot.

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: shrimp scampi with zucchini noodles Video included

Registered Dietitian Breanda Duby shares a low calorie shrimp scampi recipe using zucchini noodles.

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In-depth: Mayor Pope discusses public safety plans, electricity service Video included

Lubbock city council will meet Monday to discuss public safety recommendations. Click to watch our in-depth interview with Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope on several top issues.

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Look Around Lubbock: Habitat for Humanity ReStore Video included

Lubbock's Habitat for Humanity ReStore features new and gently used home furnishings and decor for sale. All profits are filtered back into their programs to help low to moderate income individuals and families in...

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Democrat Jones wins stunning red-state Alabama Senate upset Video included

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Texas Tech engineering students use final class projects to change the lives of two elementary students Video included

There's a lot that goes into our abilities like standing, walking, and writing until you can't do them anymore. Those with disabilities do their best to compensate especially when this happens at a young age.

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Money Matters: Obamacare open enrollment period ends Friday Video included

President Trump came into office looking to dismantle Obamacare, but so far it's survived. However, the Trump administration cut the sign-up season in half from 90 to 45 days. The deadline this year is Friday, Dec. 15.

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Murder suspect indicted in separate robbery case

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The Lubbock Grand Jury true-bills the prime suspect in a murder investigation for aggravated robbery.

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FirstBank & Trust announces merger with Midwestern holding company

FirstBank & Trust announced Tuesday it will merge with a Midwestern holding company to expand its services. 

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Convicted murderer Pete Garcia takes stand during sentencing Video included

Convicted killer Pete Garcia took the stand in his own defense Tuesday.  

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Texas Tech professor appointed to EPA Board of Scientific Counselors

David Klein, an associate professor of environmental, clinical and analytical chemistry in the Department of Environmental Toxicology at Texas Tech University, has been appointed to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Board of Scientific Counselors. 

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Anderson Cleaners collecting winter clothes for H.O.T. Team donations

Keeping warm during the winter is a challenge for those less fortunate...especially for those who are homeless.  

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Police nab suspect accused of stealing packages and mail

Lubbock police have arrested a suspect accused of stealing packages from more than a dozen homes. 

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UPDATE: Identity of man released killed by SUV Video included

A man has life-threatening injuries after he was hit by a vehicle near 52nd and Avenue Q. 

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Treating impotence is now cheaper

Pfizer announces they are launching an impotence pill. The company is going head-to-head with Viagra with their own generic version of the pill. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Santa Land 2017 Video included

Lubbock Parks and Recreation hosts Santa Land for the 61st year and it's a free even. Santa Land is open every evening from December 10-23, 2017, from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. 

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Commissioners consider low-interest loan plan

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Lubbock county commissioners heard a plan to provide low-interest loans to commercial property owners.

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Ballots set for March party primaries Video included

The ballots are set for the party primaries in March. 

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Bayer Museum hosts 'Farm Charm Kids Christmas' Video included

The Bayer Museum of Agriculture hosted the third annual "Farm Charm Kids Christmas." 

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Eppler: "Disaster Artist" plays like an inside joke Video included

"The Disaster Artist" tells the story of making one of the biggest cult movies of the 2000s. FOX34's James Eppler has the review.

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Caroling in the Courtyard

The Buddy Holly Center is excited to announce Caroling in the Courtyard from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017, in the Meadows Courtyard. The event is free to the public.

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Shoes4Kids kicks off

Lubbock, Texas: Cardinals Sports Center 2nd Annual Shoes4Kids Program 

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Look Around Lubbock: Christmas light air tours Video included

Frontier Helicopters is a full service helicopter company, located in Lubbock with over 30 years in the industry and more than 10,000 hours of flight time. Frontier Helicopters is offering Christmas light air tours around Lubbock and the surrounding areas...

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Tomorrow's Leaders inspiring fifth graders Video included

Tomorrow's Leaders is a non-profit ministry that mentors young boys and girls coming from troubled homes or other environments that put them at risk. 

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DPS identifies driver from Sunday's fatal crash in Dickens County

One person is dead after a single vehicle crash in Dickens County.

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Taking the plunge for Special Olympics Texas Video included

One of the biggest fundraisers of the year for Special Olympics Texas: The Polar Plunge.

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High schooler creates fundraiser for soldiers overseas Video included

Coronado Freshmen Ryan Smith had already made an impact in the Texas Tech community by creating "Texas Tech Fanatics" Facebook page which now has nearly 8,000 members.

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Atkins Middle School students treat law officers Video included

Special needs students at Atkins Middle School braved the cold Friday to treat law officers to cookies and cocoa.

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Restoring Hope of Lubbock hosts "I Am Not Lost" project Video included

Restoring Hope of Lubbock is gearing up for its third annual "I Am Not Lost" project. The group will cover the city in scarves and other winter items in order to warm the community.

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School administrators discuss school safety amid threats of violence Video included

Lubbock ISD, Lubbock Cooper, Frenship ISD, Wolfforth Police and Lubbock Police all represented to discuss the structures in place to discuss the recent threats made against schools. 

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Christmas comes early for Lubbock State Supported Living Center residents Video included

Santa joined DPS in delivering gifts to residents at the Lubbock State Supported Living Center. 

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Local youth hold US flag retirement ceremony Video included

Boys and Girls Club and Boy Scouts properly retiring United States flags.  

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Police looking for suspects who vandalized 10 LPD vehicles

Lubbock police are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating four suspects who vandalized LPD-owned vehicles.  

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City to host Christmas Polar Express Movie Night and Carnival

All aboard!  Mae Simmons Community Center will be hosting it’s first ever Christmas Polar Express Movie Night and Carnival on Saturday, December 16, 2017 from 6:30-9:00 p.m.  

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Reposting alarming social media threats adds 'fuel to the fire'

Reposting social media threats adds fuel to the fire, Lubbock ISD's police chief said in a joint press conference with area school districts addressing school safety Friday.

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Animal and Food Sciences hosting pet adoption event

The Texas Tech University Livestock Arena will be full of adoptable dogs on Saturday (Dec. 9) looking for a home for the holidays.    

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'Aggressive' dog shot and killed during warrant service Video included

A dog was shot and killed during the execution of a search warrant by DPS and the LPD SWAT team. 

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What's happening this weekend Dec. 8-10 Video included

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Look Around Lubbock: Lubbock ISD Theater Video included

Lubbock High Theater presents The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe in the LHS Auditorium & Coronado Theatre presents Les Miserables in the CH...

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Board suspends Lubbock doctor's license, citing 'threat to public welfare'

The Texas Medical Board has suspended a Lubbock family doctor's license to practice.

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Survive the Night program aims to assist those living on the streets

"Doing the Most Good." That's the Salvation Army's mission. During the winter, volunteers and the DART team stop waiting for clients to come to them.

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Deputies increasing patrols to curb rural property crimes this month

Lubbock County Sheriff's deputies are amping up holiday security with their annual Operation St. Nick. 

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House bill named in honor of Lubbock native killed by terrorists

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The House voted to pass a bill co-sponsored by Lubbock Rep. Jodey Arrington. 

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Arrington says Veterans Health Admin needs to 'get in gear'

Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington blasts the Veterans Health Administration leadership for declining to attend today's V.A. hearing. 

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Judge hears argument in lawsuit over city storm water fees

The City of Lubbock in court over its 2015 storm water rate structure. 

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Testimony continues in 'West' Garza murder trial

In the murder trial of Pete Garcia, Jr., jurors heard about violence months before the deadly shooting. 

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The Latest: House passes bill to avert government shutdown

The House has passed a bill to prevent a government shutdown this weekend.   

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"Home for the Holidays" pet adoption event this Saturday Video included

The true spirit of the holiday season is giving to others. You can give the best gift a homeless pet needs this holiday season. That's the gift of a home. 

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Stressed out: political climate worrying students Video included

Students nationwide are reporting that they are stressed and gripped by anxiety and it isn't because of academics. A recent study conducted by UCLA indicates more than three quarters of surveyed teachers report their students are worried about their families well being due to the political climate. 

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Franken announces resignation from Senate amid allegations

WASHINGTON (AP) — Minnesota Sen. Al Franken announced Thursday he will resign from Congress in the coming weeks following a wave of sexual misconduct allegations and the collapse of support from his Democratic colleagues, a swift political fall for a once-rising Democratic star. 

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Two injured in crash at 114th and Slide

Two people were seriously injured in a crash at 114th and Slide just after 11:30 a.m. 

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The Latest: Shooter among dead in New Mexico school shooting

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New Mexico State Police say the suspect in a high school shooting is among the three dead.    

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INTERVIEW: Sestero on "The Room" to "The Disaster Artist" Video included

He survived one of the worst movies ever made and lived to tell the tale. Now Greg Sestero's story has been made into a movie generating Oscar buzz. 

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A little cheese may be ok!

Cheese lovers rejoice! A new study reveals eating cheese every day may help improve heart health.

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Look Around Lubbock: 39th Annual Candlelight at the Ranch Video included

Visitors will experience a frontier Christmas from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Dec. 8–9 when the National Ranching Heritage Center (NRHC) celebrates its 39th Annual Candlelight at the Ranch....

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Frenship addresses new social media threats

Frenship ISD is aware of a rumor that has been circulating through social media this evening. 

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Icy road prevention work begins ahead of winter conditions Video included

Interstate travel is most common during the winter months due to the holiday season and with icy weather passing through the state safe roadways are a top priority for TxDOT. Keeping drivers safe and roads ice free takes more than just one day's work. TxDOT has already begun working on it's winter road preparation. 

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Meals on Wheels kicks off 12 Days of Christmas project Video included

Lubbock's elderly who don't get around so well along with those who are disabled are getting a little help to get in the Christmas spirit. 

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The Latest: GOP-led House passes NRA-backed gun bill

The House has approved a Republican bill making it easier for gun owners to legally carry concealed weapons across state lines. 

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Medical examiner takes the stand in 'West' Garza murder trial Video included

Lubbock County Medical Examiner Sridhar Natarajan took the stand in the case against the Levelland man accused of killing Orestes "West" Garza. Dr. Natarajan says the gunman hit the victim four times and described the wounds in detail to the jury. 

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Texas' first Hispanic female sheriff enters governor's race

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas' first Hispanic female sheriff says she will run against Republican Gov. Greg Abbott in 2018.    

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Former Marine pleads no contest in Clovis fraud case

A former Marine has been sentenced to probation after pleading no contest to fraud and property damage charges. 

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Look Around Lubbock: gingerbread display at The Overton Video included

The Overton Hotel & Conference Center has its annual Gingerbread Display for the 6th consecutive year. The Culinary Team worked to complete this  masterpiece in the Overton Hotel Lobby. The public can see the display  between December 5th and...

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Denver City ISD employee placed on leave after misconduct allegations

Denver City ISD Superintendent Gary Davis has issued a statement regarding an employee accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student.  

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: eggnog oatmeal Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a quick holiday breakfast recipe from the FOX34 Corner Kitchen.

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Gas explosion in NM prompts overnight evacuations

A gas line explosion prompted evacuations in Loving, NM.

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Early baldness and heart problems possibly connected

Men who lose their hair relatively early in life may be at an increased risk for heart problems. 

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Money Matters: TTFCU expands into mobile video chat banking Video included

Texas Tech Federal Credit Union is expanding into your homes and beyond by adopting a "mobile video chat banking" platform through a partnership with the "POPin" video banking smartphone app. 

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FCC to vote on net neutrality next week Video included

Celebrities, politicians, and probably even your neighbors likely have an opinion over net neutrality. 

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SUV crashes into George's Restaurant, injuring 3

A SUV crashed into George's Restaurant, sending three people to the hospital with moderate to minor injuries.  

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Arrington announces 2018 bid for re-election

Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington will run for re-election. 

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Floydada police searching for 'armed and dangerous' suspect

Floydada police are hunting for a man they say held up the Allsups there. 

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Child sex abuse lawsuit filed against Amarillo neurosurgeon

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An Amarillo-based neurosurgeon is being accused of sexually abusing a minor. 

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Ex-wife of musician's accused killer witnessed killing outside Lubbock church Video included

The trial for a man accused of killing a popular Lubbock musician began Tuesday.  

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Couple charged in girl's death denied access to living child

DALLAS (AP) - A judge has ruled that a suburban Dallas couple facing charges after the death of their adopted 3-year-old daughter may not have any contact with their 3-year-old biological daughter.    

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Truck drivers protest ELD mandate Video included

Truck drivers across the nation are protesting a law which drivers say puts an unreasonable financial burden on small trucking companies. 

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Ancestry companies come under scrutiny after producing vastly differing results

Those DNA kits that are now more popular than ever - are being called into question. 

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Look Around Lubbock: 12 Days of Christmas Downtown Plainview Video included

Downtown Plainview hosts 12 Days of Christmas Celebration. The Celebration will consist of 12 days of events happening downtown – while not consecutive, it will allow for a celebration throughout the month of December...

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Homeless outreach begins for the winter season Video included

Finding shelter, food, and clothes is a daily struggle during the winter months for those who live in tents or on the street. Fortunately there are several initiatives in place to help with these necessities.

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Cornyn: 'No way' Senate passes DACA fix this week

The number three Republican in the Senate says there's no way a solution for DACA immigrants will be included in a "must pass" spending bill to avoid a government shut-down. 

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Red Raiders remember Texas Tech legend, Coach 'Corky' Oglesby Video included

Red Raiders commemorated the life and career of a Texas Tech legend Monday. 

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Boots and Badges raises money for families of fallen officers Video included

In honor of Sheriff Deputy Jason Fann and Officer Floyd East Jr, Boots and Badges and Double B Party Barns hosted "Holidays for Heroes" gift card drive. Fann and East were both killed in the line of duty. 

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Santa Land opens Dec. 10

Lubbock and surrounding communities are invited to Santa Land’s Opening Ceremony on Sunday, December 10, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. 

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Look Around Lubbock: "ice skating" at The Garden Video included

The Garden in Lubbock's Depot District now has an "ice skating" rink. The rink is actually made out of high-quality synthetic plastic, so it doesn't melt. Normal ice skating shoes with blades are still used on the rink. General admission is...

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Pets and owners celebrate Christmas at "Santa Paws" Video included

A variety of K-9's were able to snap a photo with Santa Claus this weekend. Lubbock Park and Recreation hosted Santa Paws, a fundraiser for Hodges Community Center.  

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Kingsgate Center collects coats for drive

Kingsgate Center is currently collecting coats for their annual holiday coat drive from now until Sunday, December 24th. 

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Eppler: "Three Billboards" one of the year's most enjoyable movies Video included

"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" features fantastic characters and performances in a surprising story. FOX34's James Eppler has the review.

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Upland Ave. closure to continue

UPLAND AVENUE CLOSURE TO CONTINUE THROUGH MID-DECEMBER Railroad crossing work continues December 3, 2017 LUBBOCK – Work by Lubbock & Western Railroad to widen the railroad crossing along the west... More>>

Flynn to plead guilty to lying to FBI

Former Trump National Security Adviser to plead guilty to charge of lying to the FBI.

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Look Around Lubbock: Holiday Craft Fair Video included

Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center (GAC) hosts the Holiday Craft Fair on Friday, December 1, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and December 2, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. inside the GAC. It's free event featuring artists, craftspeople and...

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Randy Travis loses legal bid to keep DUI footage private

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A federal judge has denied a request by country singer Randy Travis to stop the state of Texas from releasing footage of him naked and ranting during a 2012 DUI arrest.  

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Texas Rep. Barton, embarrassed by sex scandal, to retire

WASHINGTON (AP) - Texas Rep. Joe Barton has announced he will retire, after a nude photo of him circulated online and it was revealed he had exchanged sexually charged messages with a supporter.  

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Free children's flu shot clinic in Clovis

The New Mexico Department of Health’s Clovis Public Health Office, located at 1216 Cameo St in Clovis will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

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Look Around Lubbock: South Plains Nativity Video included

The South Plains Nativity will be November 30 to December 3, a non-commercial Christmas celebration featuring music, original art, and hundreds of Nativity scenes. The Nativity is free and open to...

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A Blue Christmas for some, Hospice of Lubbock helps make it brighter Video included

Hospice of Lubbock Hosts Annual Light Up A Life Fundraiser Hospice of Lubbock kicks off its annual fundraising holiday tradition. 

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Study: White men in economic distress find comfort in guns

A new study out of Baylor University indicates white male gun owners facing economic instability tend to feel both morally and emotionally attached to their guns. 

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Missing Texas teen could be with man she met online

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children along with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in Texas are searching for a critically missing 15-year-old child. 

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Texas asks for $90M to delay CHIP end

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's administration is asking for $90 million more in federal funding in hopes of delaying sending health insurance cancellation notices to nearly half a million children.          

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Light Up a Life Kicks off Tonight Video included

The public lighting ceremony of the “Hospice Blue” tree is at 6 p.m. Wednesday (Nov. 29) at Lakeridge Chapel and Memorial Designers, 6025 82nd St. There will be music, lighting of the tree, a proclamation from the city, and a reception.

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Carol of Lights happens Friday

Texas Tech and Residence Hall Association Host 59th Annual Carol of Lights® Friday

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: butternut squash taco salad Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a taco salad recipe that takes less than twenty minutes to make.

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Look Around Lubbock: Holiday at Museum of TTU Video included

The Museum of Texas Tech University Holiday at the Museum is December 2 from 1 to 4 p.m. The event is free and for all ages. People can participate in decorating gingerbread cookies and make holiday craft decorations to take home. Santa will be there. There also will be...

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Look Around Lubbock: Otto's Granary Video included

From coffee, tea & candy to holiday decor, Otto's Granary can be your one stop shop for holiday gifts. 

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Housework is healthy

A little housework may be good for older women.  

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Arson suspect taken in for questioning

UPDATE (11.28 9am) 23-year-old Michael Thompson was apprehended last night by the fire marshal's office.  

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Occupational therapy gives new hope to local boy Video included

Occupational therapy turned life around for a local boy and everyone around him. It's a Covenant Children's Story of Strength. 

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Changes for Navy recruits

Some new changes are in effect when it comes to U.S. Navy recruits. They will need some speed in order to get to boot camp. 

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