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Local Texas Roadhouse hosts Tip a Cop Fundraiser

Have you ever had a police officer serve your table? Today at Texas Roadhouse, local law enforcement officers along with Special Olympics athletes waited tables during a four-hour shift in the annual Tip a Cop Fundraiser.

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Equipment fire off of 98th

Fire crews battled an intense equipment fire on 98th between University and Indiana. A lift ignited, forcing fire fighters to keep it contained from the rest of the area.

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TTUHSC partners with Austin College

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is expanding and growing outside of Lubbock. "It allows the faculty and administration here to say, 'look if you come to A.C. not only will you receive a stellar edu...

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Premier High School addresses the needs of students

Premier High School is reaching out to the Lubbock community through a luncheon to showcase what this charter school has to offer. The school offers free tuition, and is also encouraging conversation about the educational need local students have and the opportunities they could take from this high school if they chose to attend it.

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One injured in central Lubbock shooting

One person has moderate injuries following a shooting in central Lubbock. 

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Man drowns in Wolfforth playa lake Wednesday

Lubbock Fire Rescue recovered a man's body in a playa lake in Wolfforth Wednesday night. 

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One dead, another injured in Shallowater rollover crash

Two people were injured in a collision at Highway 179 and FM 2641. 

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Low chance for storms next few days, better chance next week Video included

The rain chance gets better next week. Get the latest forecast update here in the FOX34 Weather Blog.

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Suspect arrested following shootout in New Mexico

Yesterday evening around 6:33 p.m. the New Mexico State Police were advised of an officer involved shooting on US 380 near milepost 195, involving Chaves County Sheriff's Office deputies.  

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CASA advocates needed to meet volunteer recruitment challenge

Lubbock, Texas – The South Plains region has one of the highest per capita rates of child abuse and neglect in the state of Texas. 

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"Atomic Blonde," "Emoji Movie," "Ghost Story" open this weekend Video included

Three new movies arrive in Lubbock theaters this weekend. FOX34's James Eppler has the rundown

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Grieving mom seeks help after stone angel stolen from infant's grave Video included

The Shakespeare family was devastated to find a precious item stolen from their infant son's grave. As FOX34's Marcos Ortiz reports, they're asking for help.

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Look Around Lubbock: 4ORE! Golf Video included

4ORE! is an upscale golf entertainment facility with competitive golf-simulated games for all ages and skill levels. The facility also has an elite training academy with professional instruction, a full-service sports bar and grille, outdoor patios and a cocktail lounge..

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Study finds CTE in more than a hundred brains of former football players Video included

As anticipation increases for the 2017 season, so does the discussion over how to protect players from concussions.

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In-home daycare providers jailed after children left in hot car in Portales

PORTALES, N.M. (KFDA) - A Portales infant has died and a second child has been hospitalized after being left in a hot car Tuesday afternoon. 

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Man who admits to exposing himself to girls sentenced to probation

A man who admitted to exposing himself to his young neighbor and her cousin has been sentenced to 10 years TDCJ probated for 10 years community supervision.

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Commander's Palace murder suspect in custody

(LUBBOCK, TX) – Around 1:45 p.m., Saturday July 15, Lubbock police responded to reports of a dead body at Commander’s Palace Mobile Home Park, located at 6801 19th street.

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Hot rest of the week, better rain chance next week Video included

There are a few isolated storms west, near the state line this afternoon. We do see a better chance for rain across the area in the extended forecast. Get the latest update here in the FOX34 Weather Blog.

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Man accused of recording girlfriend, her sister undressing in bathroom

A Lubbock Grand Jury indicted a man accused of recording videos of his girlfriend and her sister in the nude. 

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LPD holding SWAT training in Wolfforth Wednesday

The Lubbock Police Department will be conducting their annual SWAT/Negotiator Call-out training exercise today, July 26th, 2017. 

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Eppler: "Dunkirk" visually stunning, emotionally stunted Video included

Christopher Nolan's war epic opened at the top of the box office with $50.5 million. FOX34's James Eppler has the review.

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Trump: Transgender people can't serve in the military

President Trump announced a sweeping new military policy on Twitter regarding transgender Americans

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: marinated roasted garlic and tomatoes Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shared a roasted garlic tomato salad recipe and ways to use it. 

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Look Around Lubbock: South Plains Food Bank Video included

The South Plains Food Bank, Inc. is a humanitarian resource responsible for securing, growing, processing, and distributing food to charitable organizations and persons in need.  Food banks collect food donated by...

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5 things to watch for Wednesday

5 things to watch for Wednesday 

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Local law enforcement facing a new challenge with forensic testing Video included

The forensics are no longer free. The Texas Department of Public Safety will soon charge law enforcement agencies for lab services. This is forcing cities and counties to scramble and makeup for the unexpected costs to their budgets.

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Money Matters: Cardinal rules of buying on credit Video included

Borrowing money for something that depreciates in value is definitely not the way to build your wealth.

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Slaton driver collides with concrete barrier

At 10:15 p.m. Monday Texas Department of Public Safety was called to a single car crash on US 84 just east of Slaton. A Chevy van was traveling east on US 84 when it collided into a concrete barrier in a construction zone.

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Lubbock residents contribute to the plan for expansion

With Lubbock's growth, the city needs a plan on how to expand. That plan, Lubbock 2040, addresses nine major areas city planners say need the most attention.

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South Plains Food Bank and Dream Center provide summer meals

If you're in need of a free hot meal, the South Plains Food Bank and the Dream Center have you covered. The Dream Center is hosting its celebration event, encouraging anyone to come out including parent's who's kids are in need of lunch during the summer.

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LPD search for man in connection with NWS break-in

Lubbock PD need your help to find a man who broke into the National Weather Service building. Video surveillance from the National Weather Service showed a man using bolt cutters to break the lock on a fence.

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Hot again tomorrow, better rain chance next week Video included

There may be a few storms in the area late this week, with the better rain chance next week. Get the latest update here in the FOX34 Weather Blog.

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LPD patrolman claims chief retaliated against him for reporting alleged misconduct

A patrolman with the Lubbock Police Department has filed a lawsuit against the chief of police, the department and the city.

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U.S. Marshals arrest man wanted for assaulting LPD officers

(LUBBOCK, TX) – Casey Canales Jr., 31, is now in custody after being arrested by U.S. Marshals in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  

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Look Around Lubbock: Yoga in the Plaza Video included

Lubbock Parks and Recreation hosts its 3rd annual Yoga in the Plaza during the summer on Saturdays at 9 a.m. in the Buddy and Maria Elena Holly Plaza at 1824 Crickets Ave...

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Pilot, passenger survive West Texas crash of vintage plane

BRECKENRIDGE, Texas (AP) - Authorities say a restored Korean War-era plane has crashed while attempting to land at a West Texas airport but both people on board survived.    

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5 things to watch for Tuesday

5 things to watch for Tuesday

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Ruby Tequila's employees not the only ones left unpaid Video included

After a popular restaurant chain unexpectedly closed its doors last week a number of employees claim they did not get their paychecks.

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TSA PreCheck makes travel less of a hassle

TSA PreCheck allows you to bypass long lines and keep your shoes on when going through security. You can register for that service in Lubbock between August 28 and September 8 through the TSA website. 

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Third annual Battle of the Badges Blood Drive donates to local shortage

United Blood Services and local first responders are hosting the third annual Battle of the the Badges Blood Drive encouraging everyone to help with the shortage. "Here in West Texas we use about 135 pints of blood every single day and that goes to all the hospitals for cancer patients, for trauma patients..for premature babies...for those who are having surge...

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Hobbs PD respond to shots fired in residential area

On July 22, 2017 at approximately 8:12 PM, Hobbs Police Officers responded to a shots fired call in the 600 block of East Sunset Circle. Officers located numerous shell casings scattered throughout the block.

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Lubbock man sustains life-threatening injuries in motorcycle crash

On Sunday, at approximately 9:40 p.m., Lubbock police officers responded to the 6300 block of 35th Street in reference to a motorcycle crashing into a home.

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CPAC invites residents to voice their ideas

Lubbock's Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee, also known as CPAC, is opening the floor to residents. CPAC is giving community members an opportunity to share their ideas on how they would like Lubbock to look in the future.

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Storms this evening, drier days ahead Video included

There will be some storms in our area this evening, before warmer and drier days return. Click for updated FOX34 VIPIR and a look ahead to the next chance for rain.

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The Latest: Trump calls Obamacare "death," urges overhaul

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on the ongoing effort by congressional Republicans to pass a health care bill (all times local): 

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Texas Tech Football single-game tickets now on sale

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LUBBOCK, Texas – Single-game tickets to catch all six games inside Jones AT&T Stadium this season are now on sale to the general public through the Texas Tech Ticket Office. 

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Texas Senate approves more time for maternal mortality study

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas Senate has given preliminary approval to a bill that gives more time to a state task force studying why Texas has some of the highest pregnancy-related death rates in the developed world.   

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Suspect at large after early morning stabbing

On Monday, just before 6 a.m., the Lubbock Police Department received a call that a stabbing just occurred in the parking lot of the Park Tower Apartments located at 1617 27th Street. 

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Look Around Lubbock: TTU Athletics Fueling Stations Video included

Texas Tech Athletics has three fueling stations for student athletes to access any time they need fueling or recovery. The fueling stations are fully stocked, 24 hours a day with...

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9 die in immigrant-smuggling attempt in sweltering truck

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Eight people have been found dead in a tractor-trailer outside a Walmart in Texas in what police are calling a tragic human trafficking case. More>>

Lubbock Trans Community bracing for Texas "bathroom bill" Video included

"The Texas Privacy Act" was one of the most hotly contested proposals during the regular session. 

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Rural schools to potentially close if funding is cut Video included

Texas legislators are expected to take up key legislation affecting how schools balance their books, leaving some educators scrambling to figure out how to plan accordingly. 

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Closing of Ruby Tequila's leaves employees without paychecks

Many local restaurant employees now left without a paycheck as the management company for Ruby Tequila's suddenly decides to close its doors for good. Former employees picketed both locations to express their dissatisfaction as well as their need for income.

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Petition against LP&L generates thousands of signatures Video included

The petitioners exact words: 'Remove the monopoly that is LP&L. The corrupt company that has all the customers potentially living in poverty."  Joseph Lee's late night-decision to post has generated angry rants and signatures online demanding change. 

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Olton City Council selects new city administrator

With Marvin Tillman out as Olton city manager, the council has voted to make Public Works Department Director Keeley Adams its new city administrator.

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Oakwood United Methodist Church vandalized

Twice this week vandals have trashed the Oakwood United Methodist Church. The church staff has asked LPD to up its patrols around the church along with asking neighbors to keep an eye on the building. "We've got a lot of work to do to repair the damages," said Charlie Brown with the Oakwood United Methodist Church. "We've got to call i...

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Seminole man leads police on high speed chase

On Friday, July 21, a Seminole officer attempted to stop a white 2003, Mitsubishi Montero for a traffic violation in the 100 blk. of SW D Street.

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Lubbock County mobile home park goes up in flames

Crews from Slaton, Buffalo Springs and Woodrow battled a mobile home fire early this morning. After the fire was extinguished, a man was placed in the back of a Lubbock Sheriff's patrol unit. There's been no report yet from the sheriff's office.

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Legacy Play Village closed for repairs until Aug. 6

Please note - the Legacy Play Village Lubbock, located on Marsha Sharp Freeway, will be closed for repairs from July 22 and will reopen August 6. 

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The Latest: Sarah Sanders replaces Spicer as press secretary

WASHINGTON (AP) - White House press secretary Sean Spicer is resigning his position, according to two people with knowledge of the decision.    

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A game changer for LISD high school students Video included

Estacado High school is offering the early college program open to students district-wide.

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The FCC's net neutrality rollback could affect your internet access Video included

Imagine watching your Netflix shows, but having to pay extra to your internet service provider (ISP) depending on the speeds you want, based on how much you're willing to pay. That's what net neutrality supporters fear will happen without the Obama-era regulation in place.

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Party chairs grade President Trump's first six months in office Video included

Time does fly. Thursday marks six months since President Trump has been in the White House. The president said he has kept his promises and is putting 'America First'. Mr. Trump said he is working everyday for the citizens, and is bringing jobs back.

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Ready Set Teach prepares aspiring educators for the future

Ready Set Teach prepares juniors and seniors to become future educators by giving them the chance to explore the realities of teaching in a primary school while attending high school. 

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Vacant house fire suspected to be arson

An early morning fire at a vacant house on the 26 hundred block of Avenue U has the Fire Marshall looking into arson. According to Lubbock Fire Rescue's Facebook page, the fire started in the back bedroom with an extension into the attic.

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The Latest: OJ Simpson granted parole in Nevada robbery

LOVELOCK, Nev. (AP) - The Latest on O.J. Simpson's parole hearing (all times local):  

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"Dunkirk," "Valerian" battle on the big screen this weekend Video included

Two movies designed to be seen on the big screen open in theaters this weekend. FOX34's James Eppler has the rundown.

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West Texas cities stand together Video included

When you're vastly outnumbered in population and representation it just makes sense for west Texas to stand together that's what  Mayor Dan Pope and other mayors from across the region echoed today. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Hemphill-Wells Building Video included

There are old neon signs that play a big part in Lubbock history that now light up the windows of the old Hemphill-Wells building. The neons are from old businesses in Lubbock, that for the most part, have been...

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911 Dispatcher: Spent her life helping others, now needs help

A 911 dispatcher who has spent her life helping others during their most vulnerable time of need, needs help, now.  Dispatchers spend their days answering calls, helping citizens and assisting first responders when they need it most. 

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INTERVIEW: Governor Abbott talks special session Video included

Governor Greg Abbott talked to FOX34 about the implications of the Bathroom Bill, school vouchers, school finance research, the Texas Tech veterinary school project, House Speaker Joe Straus, "The real issue is there haven't been any problems with regard to bathrooms in Texas since 1836," Abbott said. "What changed is the fact that in 2016, Barack Obama took executive action that changed the United States Title 9 education code and added transgender or sexual iden...

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Senator McCain diagnosed with brain tumor

Doctors say Arizona Senator John McCain has a brain tumor associated with a blood clot that was removed last week. McCain has been diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive cancer. 

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Regional mayors gather for first West Texas Mayors Meeting

Mayors in West Texas are joining together to advocate for the region. Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope and Amarillo Mayor Ginger Nelson co-hosted the first West Texas Mayors Meeting on Wednesday, July 19. 

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Man accused of having sexual contact with young family member

A Lubbock Grand Jury indicted a suspect accused of having sexual contact with a young family member. 

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Mother, adopted son indicted on prohibited sexual conduct charges

A grand jury has indicted a mother and her adopted son accused of having a prohibited relationship.  

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Cyclospora on the rise in Texas

A spike in illnesses caused by the parasite Cyclospora in June and July is prompting the Texas Department of State Health Services to ask health care providers to be on guard for the illness, pursue testing, and report cases to their local health department. 

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Lane closures scheduled in east Lubbock

Starting Friday, July 21st, Barricades Unlimited will be closing all lanes on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard near East 58th Street to allow Plainsman Switching to perform work on the railroad crossing. 

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Pedestrian dead, hit near 40th & Quaker Video included

A pedestrian is dead after an SUV hit him late Tuesday night near 40th Street and Quaker Avenue.

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: fruit salad with lemon-poppy seed dressing Video included

United Family Registered Dietitian makes a fresh fruit salad with a twist.

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Look Around Lubbock: Summer Health Festival Video included

The City of Lubbock Health Department hosts Summer Health Festival. There will be indoor and outdoor activities, games and crafts provided by the city departments and local agencies. The festival is July 22 from 10 .m. to 2 p.m. Kids Fishing 101 will be held at the same time. Both events are...

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Texas Tech veterinary school in the planning phase Video included

During the regular session, the state legislature approved funding to establish a Texas Tech School of Veterinary Medicine, 4.2 million dollars were set aside. 

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School funding set to be expire if no action taken in special session Video included

One of the key items being discussed this special session is school finance.  

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Money Matters: The top 5 financial mistakes we make Video included

We all make mistakes. Some little ones we can brush off. However, some mistakes are going to cost you.

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Congressman Arrington hopes House budget will balance govt. debt

The House Budget Committee along with Congressman Arrington announced the FY2018 budget. Arrington said as the only Republican from Texas in the House Budget Committee, he hopes this will finally get the fiscal House in order. 

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Mistrial declared for defendant arrested during prostitution sting

A mistrial was declared for a defendant arrested during a prostitution sting. 

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‘Let Obamacare fail,’ Trump says after GOP plan collapses

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump declared Tuesday he’s going to “let Obamacare fail” after the Republicans’ effort to rewrite the 2010 health care overhaul imploded in Congress. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell proposed a vote on a backup plan simply repealing the statute, but desertions by his own party seemed to ensure that would fail, too.

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Poll: Trump approval rating lowest of any president in 70 years

The president's poll numbers continue to plummet.

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Look Around Lubbock: The Texas Tech Club Video included

The Texas Tech Club was founded in 2010 as part of the east side expansion of Jones AT&T Stadium. Members and their guests enjoy panoramic views of Jones AT&T Stadium to the west and downtown Lubbock to the east. It is one of the few private clubs in the nation that...

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Tech political scientist says latest Russian-Trump revelations are troubling

The Russian-Trump saga continues as concerns grow over contact Donald Trump Jr. made with a Russian lawyer and lobbyist. 

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Asthma camp gives kids tools to help with condition

The Zone is a day camp for kids, ages 7-11, to learn how to manage their asthma. It's put on by the Allergy & Asthma Clinic of West Texas on July 27 from 8am to 5pm. 

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Pay increases for teachers considered in special session Video included

On the eve of the special session, education is a top priority, along with school finance and school vouchers. Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick proposed a flat across the board pay raise for educators.

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A&E's "Live PD" features Lubbock fugitive on the run Video included

A new A&E network show "Live PD" featured the LPD. The show provides unfiltered live access to footage from urban and rural police departments across the country.

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Ethiopian scholars explore West Texas agriculture industry

Ethiopian agriculture deans visited a local dairy farm today as part of the International Visitor Leadership Program. During their visit, the scholars explored how Texas Tech develops strategic plans for international collaborations of agriculture and food.

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Transgender Texan posts photo with Abbott to decry bill

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A transgender Texan has posted an all-smiles photo with Gov. Greg Abbott to protest a "bathroom bill" that state lawmakers will again consider during a special legislative session beginning Tuesday.   

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Some counties help bag immigrants for profit

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A handful of Texas counties have found a way to profit from working with federal immigration officials in tracking and detaining immigrants in the country illegally.    

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Federal government to fund Texas border security operation

AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today announced that Texas will receive funding from the federal government in support of Operation Secure Texas. With today’s announcement, 

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Eppler: New "Apes" movies may be among the strongest trilogies ever Video included

"War" rounds out the new "Planet of the Apes" trilogy in epic fashion. FOX34's James Eppler has the review

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DPS offers increased reward, seeks leads in 2002 Cherokee County murder

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AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is asking for the public’s help in solving the 2002 murder of Dennis Matlock and an increased reward of up to $6,000 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of those responsible, if the tip is received before next month’s featured case is announced. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Kelle B Jammin' Video included

Kelle B Jammin' products include local jams, butters, BBQ sauces, salts and rubs. Kelle Barnard started jamming seven years ago. She started off my making classic jams, but now prides her flavors on creativity. Kelle B Jammin' products are...

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Texas special session begins Tuesday Video included

The Legislature is back to business Tuesday as legislators head back to Austin to finish what they could not get done during the regular session.  

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UPDATE: Suspect in Hwy. 84 standoff arrested safely

Sheriff's deputies and DPS troopers shut down a stretch of Highway 84 near Slaton Saturday night, after troopers chased a suspect from the Abilene area. Deputies report the troopers called in the county SWAT team for support.

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Family, friends of electrocuted teen hold memorial

Madison Coe's friends and family held a vigil Saturday evening to commemorate her life. The 14-year-old died last week in Lovington after New Mexico police say a frayed extension cord electrocuted her while she was in the bathtub. 

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Anton storm clean up underway

More than 150 volunteers from across the South Plains were in Anton, Texas evaluating the damage and the needs of residents in the wake of the storms at the beginning of the month.

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Frayed extension cord determined to be the cause of Lubbock teen's electrocution

A Lubbock teen was killed in New Mexico after a fatal electrocution while bathing. Lovington Police have concluded 14-year-old Madison Coe's Samsung S6 Edge cell phone was never actually immersed in water.

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Family grateful for community support after fire Video included

Thank you is the main message from the Johnson family to the people of Lubbock. The family of seven escaped the Hunter's Way Apartment fire Tuesday with only the clothes they were wearing.

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Local events raise money for the fight against diabetes

The Range Lubbock is hosting a washer tournament sponsored by First Bank and Trust. The games will help raise money for the American Diabetes Association and the fight against diabetes. 

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USDA announce enrollment deadline for Agriculture Risk Coverage

COLLEGE STATION, Texas, July 13, 2017 - U.S. Department of Agriculture, Texas Farm Service Agency, and the Acting State Executive Director Erasmo Trevino, reminds farmers and ranchers that they have until Aug. 1 to enroll in Agriculture Risk Coverage and/or Price Loss Coverage programs for the 2017 crop year. These programs trigger financial protections for participating agricultural producers when market forces cause substantial drops in crop prices or revenues. "Producers... More>>

Texas Gov. Abbott begins re-election bid with no rivals yet

SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has launched his re-election campaign with no challengers yet in sight and a new immigration crackdown that could test Hispanic voters in 2018.    

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'Pimp' involved in child sex trafficking sentenced to more than 24 years in federal prison

LUBBOCK — Dimitrise Lyghts, 23, of Lubbock, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 293 months in federal prison, following his guilty plea in March 2017 to one count of sex trafficking of a child related to his pimping a 15-year-old girl in Lubbock, Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas. 

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Eligible South Plains residents could get safe room grant

The South Plains Association of Governments (SPAG) will be administering The Safe Room Rebate Program. 

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Father of teen murder suspect charged with hindering apprehension of a felon

Police say the father of a teenage murder suspect was dishonest and uncooperative in the days following the shooting death of another Lubbock teen at a July 4th party.  

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Moonlight Musicals performs "Sister Act," "Shrek, Jr." Video included

Lubbock Moonlight Musicals has a couple productions in the amphitheater in Mackenzie Park. FOX34's James Eppler has the preview

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What's happening in Lubbock July 13-16

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

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Look Around Lubbock: Archaeology in Action Video included

Lubbock Lake Landmark hosts Archaeology in Action on Saturday, July 22. It's your chance to see "archaeology in action" as you interact with the excavators and the lab crew. You can visit all of the places not usually open to...

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Kardashian scandal sparks revenge porn conversation nationwide Video included

Revenge porn can affect anyone, no matter celebrity status. Victims of this form of sexual abuse are emotionally harmed and shamed through this cyber-bullying.

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'What-a-legacy': Whataburger founder's family continues serving up dad's dream Video included

He was man with a dream to serve a bigger, better, burger. One of the restaurant's mottos today: "We've stuck to what got us here." However, many of us don't know the story of Harmon Dobson the visionary behind Whataburger.

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Citizens Tower ready for construction

After a delay and many details to finalize, Citizens Tower is finally ready for construction. City Council is working to set the tower's guaranteed maximum price at $42 million and some change, coming in under the predicted budget.

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Man trapped in ATM slips notes to customers begging for help

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) - Police say a Texas man who became trapped inside an ATM slipped notes to customers via the receipt slot pleading for them to help him escape.  

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Look Around Lubbock: Best of Texas Food Fest Video included

Market Street is hosting it's Best of Texas Food Fest July 15 & 16 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Customers can experience the tastes of grown, seasoned, baked and marinated food from the Lone Star State. The foods that will be...

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Gov. Abbott expected to announce re-election campaign Friday

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Gov. Greg Abbott is expected to formally announce his campaign for re-election next year on Friday afternoon in San Antonio. 

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Apple to open China data center with government ties

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Apple will open a data center in mainland China with ties to the country's government, raising concerns about the security of iCloud accounts that store personal information transferred from iPhones, iPads and Mac computers there.   

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: black bean tacos with avocado cilantro lime sauce Video included

United Family Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a healthy taco recipe, with a quick avocado cilantro lime sauce.

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Look Around Lubbock: Salsa & Sangria Fest Video included

Llano Estacado Winery hosts Salsa & Sangria Fest 2017. The event is Saturday, July 15 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be a salsa competition, taco trucks, live music and sangria. Entry is...

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Look Around Lubbock: Lubbock Moonlight Musicals "Sister Act" Video included

Moonlight Musicals is in it's 12th summer season and it's current production is Sister Act. Performances are July 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 & 29 in the Moonlight Musicals Amphitheatre. Gates open at 7 p.m. and performances begin at 8. Tickets are available by...

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Abbott formally convenes special session for next week

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Gov. Greg Abbott has formally called state lawmakers into a special legislative session beginning next week - directing them to approve oversight rules allowing some state agencies to continue operating before tackling a host of other proposals he wants approved.    

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Look Around Lubbock: Market Monday - E3 Farms Video included

Look Around Lubbock Market Monday is back for this season's farmer's market. We'll introduce you to local vendors whose products you can find at the market. Our first feature of this season is E3 Farm. The small local farm is managed by...

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19-month-old with congenital defect has life-changing surgery Video included

One local boy was born with a congenital defect. After 19 months and numerous surgeries, his parents are hopeful their hospital stays are going to be less frequent. It's this editions Covenant Children's Stories of Strength.

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Man sentenced for interfering with commercial flight crew

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - A man who disrupted an American Airlines flight from the Los Angeles area, forcing it to make an unscheduled landing in Lubbock, Texas, has been sentenced to 36 months in federal custody.     

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Local boy with incurable disease is helping others Video included

Tra'shun Thomas was born with an incurable disease, and though he faces his own struggles... He's helping others in similar situations.

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  • Local Texas Roadhouse hosts Tip a Cop Fundraiser

    Local Texas Roadhouse hosts Tip a Cop Fundraiser

    Have you ever had a police officer serve your table? Today at Texas Roadhouse, local law enforcement officers along with Special Olympics athletes waited tables during a four-hour shift in the annual Tip a Cop Fundraiser.

    Have you ever had a police officer serve your table? Today at Texas Roadhouse, local law enforcement officers along with Special Olympics athletes waited tables during a four-hour shift in the annual Tip a Cop Fundraiser.

  • Equipment fire off of 98th

    Equipment fire off of 98th

    Fire crews battled an intense equipment fire on 98th between University and Indiana. A lift ignited, forcing fire fighters to keep it contained from the rest of the area.

    Fire crews battled an intense equipment fire on 98th between University and Indiana. A lift ignited, forcing fire fighters to keep it contained from the rest of the area.

  • TTUHSC partners with Austin College

    TTUHSC partners with Austin College

    Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is expanding and growing outside of Lubbock. "It allows the faculty and administration here to say, 'look if you come to A.C. not only will you receive a stellar edu...

    Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is expanding and growing outside of Lubbock. "It allows the faculty and administration here to say, 'look if you come to A.C. not only will you receive a stellar edu...

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